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For best times of Black economic advancement, look for periods of tight labor markets & low immigration

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  by  Roy Beck

Few politicians seem to realize that U.S. history -- especially from the 1940s and 1950s -- provides exhilarating evidence of how reducing immigration may be one of the most effective tools for advancing racial equality.

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In the Western Wildfires Blame Game, Nobody Mentions Population: Well, Almost Nobody, Some Smart Scientists Do.

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  by  Leon Kolankiewicz
As fires raged out West this summer, there was plenty of finger-pointing about who or what was to blame. The public heard very little about one major factor: rapid population growth in wooded habitats of the American West subject to natural fire regime.

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More Listening, Less Labeling: The 'Hispanic' vote is AGAIN not about MORE Immigration...and BOTH parties still don't get it

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  by  Christy Shaw

Election 2020 is drawing near and once again the media, and a good many politicians, are claiming that Hispanic voters oppose tighter border controls and support increases in legal immigration. That isn't the case. Most voters who identify as Hispanic want a strong border and reductions in immigration. Let's listen to what they have to say.

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9 Rock Stars in Challenging the Immigration Status Quo & Protecting U.S. Workers

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  by  Roy Beck

Today, I want to introduce you to nine Members of this two-year Congress who have achieved the top distinction in battling immigration policies that drive down wages and increase the non-employment of American workers. There are dozens of others who have done a great job this year. But these nine are the Rock Starts who earned NumbersUSA's A+ "Challenge Status Quo" grade.

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