Sold Out (2015) written by Michelle Malkin and John Miano

Sold Out. The #1 New York Times bestselling author and firebrand syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin sets her sights on the corrupt businessmen, politicians, and lobbyists flooding our borders and selling out America’s best and brightest workers.

In this book, Malkin and Programmers Guild founder John Miano name names and expose the lies of those who pretend to champion the middle class, while aiding and abetting massive layoffs of highly skilled American workers in favor of cheap foreign labor.

1st Edition, November 10, 2015
ISBN: 978-1501115943
Available in Ebook, Paperback, Hardcover

Our Mission

The Programmers Guild advances the interests of technical and professional workers in information technology (IT) fields. The Programmers’ Guild provides a forum where tech workers can speak as a group and be heard; where we can act as a group to advocate our interests; and where we can present our concerns as a group to those whose decisions affect our lives. Our goal is to improve the work and the workplaces of technical professionals across the spectrum of IT fields and disciplines. Technology workers across the board must stand together against the forces that put our careers at risk, such as:

  • Replacement by H-1B and L-1 visa workers
  • Outsourcing jobs to offshore contractors
  • Shifting jobs to overseas facilities
  • False claims of a labor shortage in our profession
  • Conversion of pensions to cash balance plans
  • Age discrimination
  • Job ads drafted with intent to exclude U.S. applicants
  • Lack of respect for our training, experience, knowledge, and past achievements

Finally, the Programmers Guild assists the growing numbers in our profession who are unemployed.

The right to practice in one’s chosen profession is a Constitutional liberty [Gibson v. Berryhill, 411 U.S. 564, 571 (1973)] that is violated by visas that force Americans to train their foreign replacements or otherwise result in displacement by foreign workers.

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