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Date March 12, 2024

America’s overshoot is magnified by mass immigration

Americans have grown increasingly efficient with our use of resources (i.e., our per capita ecological footprint). But we haven’t grown more sustainable  -- that is, the U.S. ecological deficit (gap between footprint and biocapacity) has increased -- because the amount of natural resources (i.e., our biocapacity) per person has also declined. Why? In part because we have converted them into urbanized areas to accommodate immigration-driven population growth.

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Date March 12, 2024

Conservation Candidates’ Immigration Challenge

Candidates who emphasize habitat and wildlife conservation have an edge in these Western states. But to fulfill campaign promises, conservation candidates will have to address immigration policy.

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Date March 7, 2024

Lines in time tend to rhyme: How John Waller Jr’s experiences with immigration is eerily similar to today in Sanctuary Cities.

John Waller Jr’s quote clearly illustrates what was happening with mass immigration during the 19th century.

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Date March 5, 2024

Laken Riley Act Empowers States to Stop Biden

The House of Representatives is considering H.R. 7511, the Laken Riley Act. The legislation empowers state governments to challenge the plainly illegal actions of presidents.

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Date March 5, 2024

Less immigration would save habitat; wildlife

The most direct and fundamental way to resolve America’s decline in biodiversity is to gradually bring down our high levels of immigration. Habitat loss cannot be stopped as long as immigration (legal and illegal) continues to add roughly three and a half million people every year.

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Date February 26, 2024

Prevent the Californication of Idaho: Reduce Immigration

Idaho is the fastest growing state by rate. Gem State residents don’t want more unchecked growth, according to new polling data.

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Date February 21, 2024

The Essential Barbara Jordan

Today is Barbara Jordan’s birthday. She would have been 88 years old. Tragically, she died in 1996, just before Congress voted on the immigration recommendations she developed over the last years of her life.

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