New York dealing with deluge of migrants, media admits it is crisis

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  1. Zorro

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    DeSantis gets the job done.

    LIFE IN THE BLUE ZONES: “Most New Yorkers are fed up with the inescapable stench of lawlessness… but refrain from saying so for fear of being shouted at by progressive friends.”

    'Maybe you need friends who aren’t insane bullies. Or maybe you need to shout back, and make them feel bad. They all have some variant of impostor syndrome, because deep down they know they’re awful people.'

    Find some friends in a Small Town, they know how to respect and value each other.
     
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    Its all part of bidens plan.
    Open borders
    A wrecked economy
    A population dependent on a huge, inefficient expensive government.
     
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    New Yorkers moving out and illegals moving in. Why can't the NY leaders see where this is going?
     
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    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    More and more men are dropping out of work force - Biden's open borders will only make it worse

    New York politicians are clamoring for Washington to give the hundreds of thousands of migrants living in the city work permits, arguing that, as Rep. Dan Goldman (D-NY) puts it, "many businesses suffer from labor shortages."​

    But this argument ignores the massive decline in labor force participation among the less-educated in New York - the share of working-age people working or at least looking for work.​

    New York does not have a shortage or workers.​

    It has a shortage of people willing to work - and depressing wages by flooding the job market with migrants isn't going to help.​

    Nationally, 44 million US-born working-age (16 to 64) men and women are not in the labor force - almost 10 million more than in 2000.
    In New York, the number is 2.5 million. Labor force participation rate for US-born men (16 to 64) without a bachelor’s in New York has declined dramatically from 88% in 1960 to 74% in 2000, and to just 66% in April of 2023.​

    More and more men are dropping out of work force - Biden’s open borders will only make it worse, New York Post, Opinion by Steven Camarota, September 2023
     
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