... "including the conservativate American Enterprise Institute" say there's "no evidence of immigrants hurting American employment."
Oliver himself disproves the idea that foreign citizens take American jobs (assuming Oliver is still a citizen of England). His job could be easily done by hundreds of American comics (and probably better in most cases).
Ask yourself why the US Chamber of Commerce is...
* Mark Perry of the American Enterprise Institute - a college professor at University of Michigan - offers "Video: Get konnected with the kronies action figures" ( peekURL.com/z3JqjxW ). This and a link to the site is the entirety of the post:
The Kronies are in action…Mandating, Tarrify-ing, Inflating, and Boondoggling their way to profits powered by their special konnection to the G-...
James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute doesn't want you to see how he's wrong about immigration.
A few days ago, Pethokoukis offered "Is Rubio really about to ruin the Republican Party?" ( peekURL.com/zCrSvv4 ). A comment I left on that post pointing out he's wrong never appeared. Rather than keep you in suspense, here's what Pethokoukis doesn't want you to see :
* James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute:
AEI's James Pethokoukis: "But The Rubio Plan Is A Thoughtful, Solid Start, And I Look Forward To Hearing More Details, Including The Parts Concerning Legal Immigration, High-Skill And Otherwise." (James Pethokoukis, "Thoughtful Rubio plan leads the way forward on immigration," AEI's Ideas, 1/16/13) 
* Ralph Reed of the Faith...
Marc Thiessen of the American Enterprise Institute writes a column for the Washington Post and this week he offers "The Great Whisperer" (link) about a supposed whispering campaign against Marco Rubio.
In the column he says the following; questions based on this are below:
Rubio could help deliver the key swing state of Florida, and as the first Hispanic vice presidential nominee he would give...
... the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute. The horse race starts at 8pm Eastern.
Like the one just 10 days ago, tonight's debate will focus on national security and foreign policy. If CNN were actually interested in hashing out the best policies, they'd have people whose policies are opposite those on stage quiz them. Instead - aside from Ron Paul - those on stage will...
... working class.
Henry Olsen of the American Enterprise Institute says in part (link):
For whatever reason, the blue-collar independents and Democrats who voted Republican in droves last year did not vote GOP tonight. And many blue-collar Republicans voted for Davis rather than Corwin.
... Wallison and Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute, Russ Roberts and Veronique de Rugy of the Mercatus Center (associated with George Mason University; see the link); Gretchen Hamel; Charles Krauthammer; and Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner.
Those listed as attending past meetings include Haley Barbour (bad on immigration), John Stossel (ditto), Mike Pence (ditto), Bobby Jindal...
... Alex Nowrasteh, Tim Mak of the American Enterprise Institute, two or more associated with the Koch family's Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, several people who are current or former students or otherwise associated with George Mason University, a Libertarian Party worker, and so on. In otherwise, it's a low-level Kochtopus event.
For your amusement, here's the notice from their facebook....
Philip I. Levy, resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute (Philip Levy)
Kevin Hassett, director of economic policy studies, American Enterprise Institute
Jerry Bowyer, chairman, Bowyer Media
Clint Bolick, senior fellow, Goldwater Institute
Gary Rosen, managing editor, Commentary Magazine
Joseph Bottum, editor, First Things
John McWhorter, senior fellow, Manhattan Institute