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Date April 17, 2024

“Protections from racism, like all civil rights, depend on a national border.”

The collapsed Francis Scott Key bridge had barely touched the water before the cheap labor lobbyists started talking to the Biden administration about giving reconstruction companies millions of reasons not to hire Black Americans for the rebuild.

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Date April 17, 2024

Job Displacement

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Date April 11, 2024

Other nations are addressing unsustainable immigration

April, 2024 New Zealand and Australia are cutting unsustainable immigration to deal with soaring housing prices and overwhelmed infrastructure; and to prioritize the domestic workforce.  Switzerland is holding a referendum to reduce immigration to address “housing shortages and rising rents, traffic jams on the roads, crowded trains and buses, falling standards of schools, increasing violence … Continued

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Date April 3, 2024

America’s night skies are being washed out by population growth.

Some scientists believe that natural nighttime darkness may already be extinct in much of the eastern U.S. We are witnessing this as America’s population continues to soar to unprecedented levels, with no end in sight.  The Census Bureau predicts that America’s population will grow by another 70 million in the next 35 years, with roughly 90% caused by immigration.  It’s significant that this projection was made before the recent and disturbing immigration surge at the southern border, which has brought illegal immigration to rates surpassing those of legal immigration.

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Date April 3, 2024

Will Biden use bridge tragedy to pass an amnesty?

Advocates of cheap, illegal labor are using the Baltimore bridge tragedy to urge President Biden to bypass Congress - and American workers - to help businesses hire people who are in the country illegally. According to multiple reports, the Biden administration is warming to the idea.

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Date March 27, 2024

The Rockefeller Report (1972) – a lost opportunity to reform immigration

Back in 1972, the rate of legal immigration into the U.S. was around 400,000, as was illegal immigration.  Legal immigration now amounts to 1.2 million, which pales next to the rate of illegal immigration at 2.5 – 3.0 million per year. 

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Date March 22, 2024

Tyson Foods Both Closing Plants AND Seeking More Migrant Labor

This week has seen reports that Tyson Foods is anxious to hire recent asylum seekers.

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Date March 22, 2024

Immigration-driven population growth is impacting America’s waters.

Despite the Clean Water Act, many of America’s rivers are suffering, with no relief in sight, as our population continues to soar to unprecedented levels.  The Census Bureau projects America’s population will grow by another 75 million in the next 40 years, with roughly 90% of that caused by immigration.  It’s significant that this projection was made before the immigration surge at the southern border, where illegal immigration has become more than twice as high as legal.

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Date March 20, 2024

Al Bartlett’s prescience on how immigration makes America less sustainable.

Bartlett points out that immigration, both legal and illegal, is the largest component of population growth in the U.S., and that continued immigration is the largest threat to sustainability of the United States. “Indeed, members of the two political parties vie with each other to see which party can produce legislation that will let in the largest annual flow of legal immigrants,” he writes.

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