Recently a BBC Panorama program called "Student Visa Scandal", which exposed cheating in the UK's foreign student system, was called to my attention. It has two strong messages for this side of the water:
- U.S. broadcasters: Do some investigative reporting on immigration cheating; and
He had a gruff truck driver's voice, with the hint of Scandinavia you sometimes hear in the Upper Midwest, and he had several thoroughly justifiable grievances about how some temporary foreign workers (H-2Bs) were adversely affecting his life.
He also painted a highly nuanced picture of how
The Public Religion Research Institute ought to be more careful with both its polling and its commentary on it. It has already put into the public domain a thoroughly misleading poll on the public's preferred choices on immigration reform. That poll gave respondents two options, only one
A few tips for Windows Live and Hotmail email users to stop spam, scams and hacking
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft claims that it stops 10 million scam, spam and phishing emails a minute.
It’s not enough. I get up to 10 emails a day from people who