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Date May 1, 2024

Getting Into the Weeds

According to an April 1-22 Gallup survey, immigration was named the top problem in the U.S. for the third straight month. But why? It has been my pleasure to speak with Americans around the country to find out. I have also been to the border where I wandered into some tall weeds. There our guide … Continued

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Date May 1, 2024

EarthX 2024: Conservation efforts overwhelmed by immigration and sprawl

Immigration-driven population growth is constraining the movements of wildlife, especially for large mammals like wolves which require room to roam. Projected future growth under current federal immigration policy is likely to cause more human-wildlife conflicts.

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Date April 30, 2024

NPPs (Non-Political People) are “spilling the tea” about immigration

Frequently, Non-Political People (rappers, actors, professors, etc.) will often be asked to share their opinions about a political issue or use their popularity to get people out to the polls. However, occasionally issues are so dire that NPPs are uncharacteristically volunteering their views, questioning the status quo, and demanding change.

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Date April 24, 2024

The Department of Labor and the ‘Child Labor Tax’

A working theory of government is that they can reduce undesirable behavior by taxing it. When the government wanted to reform the health insurance industry, they imposed a tax penalty for citizens who refused to buy health insurance. The government taxes early distributions of retirement savings accounts because it wants to discourage early withdrawals. This … Continued

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Date April 24, 2024

Mass immigration makes a mockery out of Earth Day.

David Brower, the first executive director of the Sierra Club, knew that reducing immigration levels was a necessary part of population stabilization and achieving authentic sustainability.  He said: “Overpopulation is perhaps the biggest problem facing us, and immigration is part of that problem. It has to be addressed.”

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Date April 19, 2024

You Should Be Worried More About Criminals Than Crime Rates

The current cause celebre of the open borders crowd is the oft-repeated canard that illegal aliens are less likely statistically to commit a crime than American citizens. The veracity of that statement is very much in doubt for all sorts of reasons, including the pesky fact that many law enforcement encounters do not inquire or … Continued

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Date April 18, 2024

New Regulations Demonstrate H2 Visas Need Real Reform

Both the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) have noticed new regulations designed to protect foreign workers from the explosion of exploitation within the labor market. While the attempts to stop the exploitation should be applauded, the new regulations are correctly understood as mere Band-Aids on deep … Continued

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Date April 18, 2024

“So they were forced, essentially, to hire African Americans.”

100 years ago: Bipartisan support for transformative immigration reform. Doesn't that sound nice? It was the Immigration Act of 1924 that "really changed the world," by essentially forcing employers to hire Black Americans.

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