Tuesday, September 4, 2007


If its not Politicians or Corporations its Unions. The Homeland Security Safety recipe. For added extra flavor, just mix in a dash of ACLU and a cup of the Department of Labor with a sprinkle of Immigration Attorneys, baste Illegals and serve hot. Keep plenty of wipes on hand for this mess.

How Made In America Union Label has changed.
Unions and their profitable concubine membership with Illegal Aliens aided by the US Department of Labor mix.

Story Highlights

Government letters are to outline penalties for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants

Unions say letters violate workers' rights and unfairly burden employers

Judge will revisit case of the "no-match" letters October 1

U.S. District Judge Maxine Chesney granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting the so-called "no-match" letters from going out as planned starting Tuesday.

The AFL-CIO lawsuit, filed this week, claims that new Department of Homeland Security rules outlined in accompanying letters threaten to violate workers' rights and unfairly burden employers. Chesney said the court needs "breathing room" before making any decision on the legality of new penalties aimed at cracking down on the hiring of illegal immigrants.

The Social Security Administration has sent out "no-match" letters for more than two decades warning employers of discrepancies in the information the government has on their workers. Employers often brushed aside the letters, and the small fines that sometimes were incurred, as a cost of doing business.

But this year, those letters are to be accompanied by notices from the Department of Homeland Security outlining strict new requirements for employers to resolve those discrepancies within 90 days or face fines or criminal prosecution if they're deemed to have knowingly hired illegal immigrants.