Quickly now, here is an article from The Kansan arguing that diaspora people actually create jobs and boost local economies. Fascinating stuff.
Onions: Immigrants should be valued as job makers | Kansan.com: "When 64% of Indian students and 68% of Chinese students educated in the U.S. hope to start a business within the next decade, we should be capitalizing on the chance to jumpstart the economy and put Americans to work. We should be finding ways to increase visas for entrepreneurs and innovators, removing barriers to access, and creating environments that welcome the best talent in the world, regardless of origin."
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