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Thanks, Mr. Kirk.
Diana - Yeah, I'm definitely not absolving congress by pointing that out about the corporations. I just wanted to make the point that, contrary to how most everyone looks at political issues nowadays, things don't fit so neatly into black and white either / or categories. Everything is such a big fat mess, and as the conservatives are locked in this suicide spiral, the far right is going to have to clean up that mess. Which sucks, in an extremely ironic manner, as the alt lite won't have any trouble howling for our blood when the threats are removed.
JR - I'm sure the corporations don't mind saving money hiring low paid illegals, but the laws encourage the behavior. It's almost like Congress wants illegals hired. (sarcasm)
You have a very good point there James.
Diana, I'm sure that corporate CEOs and major stockholders just hate having to hire illegals that get paid less, and can't file complaints of any kind with govt agencies like OSHA.
Fast Food Nation excerpt
Big companies (such as Facebook does now) lobby for increased regulation, because that is very expensive, and it puts all their small competitors out of business. Upton Sinclair's campaign actually made it better for the big companies. The only ones that win are the 1%.
That is something they need to address better.
It wasn't those Koch Bro's food factory.... no relation to those dikhedz, Charles & David
Koch spokesman Jim Gilliland told The Post that Koch Foods risked violating federal law that bans discrimination on the basis of national origin for requesting documents beyond what an applicant provides, if those materials appear authentic.
I can tell you with 100% certainty that what Mr. Gilliland says there is absolutely accurate. There are two sets of laws in conflict with each-other; and you can be sued, and/or fined, by the United States Department of Labor and/or the U.S. DOJ Civil Rights Division for not hiring illegal aliens.
If you question the authenticity of any applicants identity; and that applicant is one of a legally protected category (think ethnicity or origin); and the employers authenticity challenge results in a disparate impact of non-eligibility for employment as determined by ethnicity (Latino); then you are in violation of U.S. labor laws. This happens regardless of it being unlawful to hire illegal aliens.
If you challenge the presented documents, and all the outcomes of those challenges result in non-eligibility of Hispanics as a greater percentage than non-Hispanics, you are violating employment law under the DOJ (Civil Rights Division) definition of disparate impact. In this example, and it is common (believe me), additional employment eligibility checks due to suspicions of false IDs, is unlawful and legally risky.
bummer 8( that is sad
Oops. Disregard all corruption mentioned. Back on the the Trump Train.
The raid was on Koch Foods Inc. which is owned by Chicago native Joe Grendys. The company was founded in 1973 by Fred Koch (no relation to the famous family) and later sold to Joseph Grendys.
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