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Quality of life is challenging to maintain when our population is on the rise

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  by  Amy Boylan

The town of Buckeye, Arizona is experiencing rapid population growth, some of which is due to its high quality of life. However, the projected growth of this small town will bring its population to levels that rival nearby Phoenix. Once this occurs, the quality of life will decline as issues including traffic congestion, noise pollution, and loss of open space become the norm in Buckeye. Many small towns across the country are on the same trajectory.

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CBO: 'Build Back Better' Parole Amnesty Could Reward up to 6.5 Million Illegal Aliens

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According to the Congressional Budget Office’s score of Democrats’ Build Back Better bill, the plan would grant amnesty, in the form of lawful residence, to more than six million illegal aliens in the United States, allowing the amnestied aliens access to billions in taxpayer-funded benefits and programs.

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The President's Michael Scott Philosophy of Immigration Enforcement

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  by  Jared Culver

The ongoing border crisis, which President Biden declared as merely seasonal last spring, has persisted longer and been far worse than we have seen in decades. Given that it has lasted longer and seen far larger numbers than any of his predecessors, it cannot be fairly described as the latest iteration of a long-term problem.

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Hundreds of Illegal Aliens Surge into Texas, Beginning to Refill Camp Under Del Rio Bridge

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Earlier this week, Border Patrol officers in the Del Rio Sector of the border apprehended more than 250 aliens crossing the Rio Grande in a single group. According to Customs and Border Protection sources, the group was made up predominantly of Venezuelans and Cubans.

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Immigration is sinking expansionist Democrats, but what will surface?

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  by  Jeremy Beck
With most Americans saying the Biden administration is "creating an open border," the conventional wisdom is that immigration overreach will help pave the way for Republican victories in 2022, and possibly 2024, but will one form of expansionism simply replace another?

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Feds. Offer More Wrist-Slaps to Unscrupulous Employers who Hire Illegal Aliens

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A Maryland seafood company has settled with the Federal Government after news came out that the company hired 89 illegal aliens. As part of the settlement, the company owner, Jamie Harrington III, was sentenced to a single year of probation, given a $15,000 fine, and made to promise to use E-Verify on new hires.

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Deportation Orders Drop Drastically Under Biden Admin.'s New Direction

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According to reporting by The Washington Times, over the last three months of Fiscal Year 2021, immigration judges issued deportation directives in less than a third of cases they reviewed - a shocking demonstration of President Biden’s lax approach to dealing with aliens released after illegally crossing the southern border.

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