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Professors Snubbing Taxpayers with Phone to Aid Illegal Immigration

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Professors at the University of California, San Diego are developing a cell phone with a GPS system that would help illegal aliens find water stations while crossing the desert along the Southwest border. Since the university is a public institution, the research and development is being funded by taxpayer dollars.

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POLL: Church MEMBERS Care About Low-Paid Workers & Jobless (but church LEADERS back businesses that seek cheap foreign labor)

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  by  Roy Beck

Perhaps the most striking results of a massive new Zogby poll show that while their religious leaders mouth the arguments of the Chamber of Commerce for more cheap foreign labor, the vast majority of church and synagogue members show a strong preference for low-wage and jobless Americans. . . .

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Zogby Poll Exposes Contrasting Immigration Views Between Church Leaders and their Followers

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A new Zogby poll shows vast differences on immigration issues between church leaders and the people sitting in their pews. Several months ago, leaders from the National Association of Evangelicals and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops supported a mass amnesty before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, but the majority of their followers prefer an approach of tougher enforcement instead.

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Zogby Poll Finds Few in Pew Agree With Their Pro-Amnesty Religious Leaders (almost nobody agrees immigration too low)

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  by  Roy Beck

One of the largest polls on immigration ever conducted has proven what we suspected all along: National religious leaders who are lobbying Congress for ever-more immigration simply don't represent much of anybody. A good way for a Member of Congress to lose considerable votes back home would be to do on immigration what they are asked by the leaders of most national religious agencies. Most Christians and Jews want LESS immigration, not more, Zogby found.

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Immigration is Forcing a Runaway Population Increase in the United States

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  by  Thomas Tharp

Under the current immigration law and enforcement regime, the United States is experiencing a higher rate of immigration, legal plus illegal, than ever before in our history, and it is driving a destructive population increase. At current levels, conservative estimates see our population reaching half a billion by mid-century and possibly 1 billion by 2100.

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The Holiday Gift of Community That Immigration-Reductionists Work For

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  by  Roy Beck

I'll be honoring my Missouri Ozarks roots tonight by accompanying Christmas caroling at my church on a banjo! For all of us who are attending religious services in our faith tradition during the holidays, we can expect to be reminded of bedrock values and soaring aspirations. But for a few of you, your clergy will exploit the season (as happens every year) to make the case against national communities and for virtually open immigration. They will try to make you feel selfish about supporting limits on immigration, limits that benefit your national and local communities. But is it really selfless and charitable to espouse amnesty for immigration lawbreakers and increased foreign labor competition for our jobless neighbors, as so do so many of our national religious elites? I prefer the selfless efforts that NumbersUSA members make throughout the year to assist especially the most vulnerable members of their national community; it is the GIFT OF COMMUNITY that is most appropriate with the themes of the season.

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