Krieble Foundation In the News

  • "Cornerstone of Community"

    Photo by Courtney Kuhlen From the Parker Chronicle: Helen Krieble accepts the 15th annual Cornerstone Award on March 21 at the PACE Center in Parker. Krieble is the founder and president of The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation and is influential in political debate around the country.

  • First step

    From the Pueblo Chieftain... Add Scott Tipton to those who favor an immigration reform based on the proposed “Red Card” solution. The proposal, pushed by Newt Gingrich during the Republican presidential primaries, has also been championed by northern Colorado businesswoman Helen Krieble.

  • A Tepid Step

    From the Pueblo Chieftain... Meanwhile, we still look favorably at the "Red Card" option being promoted by Helen Krieble, a Northern Colorado businesswoman. It is a logical and reasonable idea -- a guest worker program to match foreign workers with domestic jobs.

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Krieble Foundation News Releases

  • National Poll Shows Guest Workers Should Be Determined By Employer Demand, Not Government

    Red Card Guest Worker Permit proposal supported across partisan and demographic lines in POS/Ciruli poll WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The number of guest workers allowed under any immigration reform bill should be determined by employer demand and not government quotas according to a new national poll released today.  The poll was conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Ciruli and Associates, and sponsored by the Vernon K.

  • Krieble Trumpets Outsourcing of Paperless Immigration Overhaul

    DENVER, Colo. -- The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation today praised an Administration plan to overhaul the nation 's immigration services agency, using a consortium of private-sector contractors to alter the way the government handles millions of visa applications, the citizenship process and work permits.  The five-year plan to convert U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services case-management system from paper to electronic systems –and outsourcing the implementation to private companies that can easily handle the workload – is part of a new plan the Foundation has been pushing for years.
  • Secure, Free-Market, Conservative Immigration Bill

    DENVER, Colo. -- Rep. Mike Pence yesterday announced plans to introduce a bill in the House of Representatives that would simultaneously secure America’s borders and establish a temporary worker program to help fill jobs in America.
  • Immigration Solution:Overwhelming Majority Supports Linking Border Security to Guest Worker Solution

    DENVER, Colo. -- A new national poll released today by the Vernon K. Krieble Foundation shows an overwhelming majority of Americans believe controlling U.S. borders requires a better system for handling foreign guest workers
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