Like other educational foundations, US makes videos of some of its program activities available on YouTube. These include videos of various speakers’ presentations at the annual Writers Workshop conference US sponsors in the Washington, D.C., area every fall, dating back to 2007. Of special interest to researchers and historians are longer video interviews with many of the leading authorities on both sides of the immigration debate. We also feature links to a number of short interviews on immigration and other topics with provocative thinker and famed bio-ethicist, the late Garrett Hardin, Ph.D.
John H. Tanton
Fifteen-minute video about John Tanton, M.D., founder and chairman of US Inc.
Dr. Steve Camarota, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, testifying at a Judiciary Subcommittee Meeting, March 16, 2016, on the impact of high levels of immigration on U.S. workers.
Dr. George J. Borjas, labor economist specializing in immigration issues at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, testifying at a Judiciary Subcommittee Meeting, March 16, 2016, on the impact of high levels of immigration on U.S. workers.
Dr. Hal Salzman, Professor at Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Senior Faculty Fellow at John J. Heldrich Center For Workforce Development, testifying at a Judiciary Subcommittee Meeting, February 26, 2016, on protecting high-skilled American Workers.
Former Florida Disney employee, Leo Perrero, testifying before the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and The National Interest Subcommittee detailing humiliation of training foreign replacements, February 26, 2016.
A collection of video interviews has been made available that presents Garrett’s views on a variety of subjects, from population to national sovereignty. Always the agent provocateur, his comments persuade one to think about difficult problems requiring difficult solutions.
“I have a sentimental interest in our children and our grandchildren; I would like them to live in a better world. That’s what I am trying to do: shake people up so that our grandchildren will live in a better world.” – Garrett Hardin