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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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Date March 18, 2024

Californication and Secondary Migration

Our North Carolina report continues the secondary-migration theme of our Idaho study. Americans are leaving states with high immigration-driven population growth.

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Date March 18, 2024

State of Illegal Immigration

Over seven million people entered the U.S. illegally between Jan. 2021 and March 2024; more than the population of 36 states.

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Date March 18, 2024

The New “State” Of Illegal Immigration

Imagine a policy proposal to add another state’s worth of people every three years without adding any additional resources to provide for all of the necessities of American life

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Date March 13, 2024

A talk about trade-offs in Texas

In a state where 95% of the land is privately owned, the trade-off between unchecked population growth and open space preservation in Texas is clear.

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Date March 12, 2024

Conservation Candidates Must Address Immigration

Colorado College’s 14th Annual “State of the Rockies” poll is out, and voters are especially concerned about the loss of natural habitats and wildlife within their borders

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Date March 12, 2024

An Economist Changes His Mind: Immigration Does Contribute to Inequality

Immigration contributes to inequality. America has a special obligation to our citizens. And America’s economy is not working for the majority of citizens today. Those are three of Sir Angus Deaton’s - recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics - boat-rocking conclusions in his recently published article, “Rethinking My Economics,” on the International Monetary Fund’s website.

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