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Housing the Record Border Surge

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  by  Lisa Irving

Up to now, there has been minimal if any media discussion on the impact the current, record border crisis is having on housing and shelter resources in the U.S. Recent media coverages, though, detail how the Biden administration is depending upon overburdened non profits and requesting unprecedented FEMA funding amidst the chaos.

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Court Filing: Biden Admin. Has Released Approx. 1.05M Illegal Aliens from Border into US

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According to the latest Biden Admin. legal disclosure, DHS released 95,318 illegal aliens encountered at the southern border in May. These new numbers bring the total illegal alien releases under the Biden Admin. to a staggering 1,049,532 (releasing approx. 2,115 illegal aliens per day) - a population larger than the state of Delaware.

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50 Suspected Terrorists Arrested after Illegally Crossing the Southern Border in FY22

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According to numbers recently released by Customs and Border Protection, migrants on the terror watch list arrested attempting to cross the southern border illegally in Fiscal Year 2022 have already passed the number caught in the past half-decade.

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Remembering immigrant opposition to emancipation on Juneteenth holiday

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  by  Roy Beck

For eight days in July 1834, immigrants' fear of the mere possibility of a future flood of newly freed slaves from the South competing with them for jobs in New York City boiled over into a full-scale riot involving thousands. This Juneteenth is a good time to think about the forces that had long opposed emancipation, perhaps none more vigorously in the North than new immigrants from Europe -- a product of thoughtless, uncontrolled mass immigration.

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Same Story, Different Countries: Immigration is Driving Population Growth

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  by  Amy Boylan

The issue of high levels of immigration is not unique to the United States. An op-ed from the United Kingdom's The Times explains how Britain has recently grappled with the same situation. The overarching point is applicable to the United States: resources and land are finite and housing shortages are already pervasive. This continued population growth, which is driven by immigration policies, is out of the control of the average person as each country's governments are at the helm.

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