Archive for the 'Population Growth' Category

Alien Birthright Citizenship: A Fable That Lives Through Ignorance

Tuesday, December 27th, 2005

The Federalist Blog
During the reconstruction period following the civil war the view on citizenship was that only children born to American parents owing allegiance to no other foreign power could be declared an American Citizen upon birth on U.S. soil. This is exactly the language of the civil rights bill of 1866: “All persons born […]

Heaven’s Door

Monday, December 26th, 2005

According to Professor George Borjas, our nation’s foremost economic expert, in his book, Heaven’s Door:
The average Canadian legal immigrant has 13.8 years of schooling, and the average Mexican legal immigrant 7.6 years. The average Canadian legal immigrant earns 24 percent more than the average American, while the average Mexican legal immigrant earns 39 percent less. […]

How Far Down The Rabbit Hole

Monday, December 26th, 2005

News With Views - Frosty Woolridge
What I ask is, do we as a nation, want millions upon millions of added people from countries already exceeding their вЂ?carrying capacity’? Legal immigration is just as dangerous as illegal. To think otherwise will allow that вЂ?silent-assertion’ to create another China or India in America. Just imagine Ohio with […]

Birthright Citizenship

Friday, November 18th, 2005

Washington Times
Some Republican lawmakers are considering ending birthright citizenship as we know it. The intriguing legal argument they tout is that the United States has been misinterpreting the Fourteenth Amendment for over 100 years. As a consequence, they argue, the United States awards citizenship to those whom the amendment’s framers never intended — and indeed, […]

How To Destroy America In 8 Steps

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Link to source.
Former Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm, gave a speech on �How to Destroy America’ at a recent immigration-overpopulation conference in Washington, DC
Lamm said, “If you believe that America is too smug, to self-satisfied, too rich, then let’s destroy America. It is not that hard to do. No nation in history has survived the […]

Defining The 14th Amendment

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

Link to source.
Drafters of constitutional texts, be they members of the constitutional convention in 1787 or members of Congress who craft a constitutional amendment, cannot always foresee all of the nuances of governmental mismanagement and malfeasance that may follow their creations. Examples abound, especially with the 14th Amendment. It was ratified in 1868 as a […]

Hispanic Teen Mothers In Santa Ana: Twice National Average

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

Link to story.
Citing Santa Ana’s high teenage pregnancy rate, some parents and others in Orange County’s largest school district are questioning a proposed health curriculum that pushes abstinence and barely mentions birth control.
The Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Trustees will meet tonight to consider adopting a health textbook that doesn’t include information on […]

4,390,000 Illegals Entered The US Last Year

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005

Today the Border Partol announced this year they caught nearly 439,000 illegal aliens trying to enter the U.S. which really means 4,390,000 illegal aliens made it safely into America this year alone. That’s nearly the population of Arizona being absorbed onto our healthcare, education and welfare systems this year alone.
No wonder American children are poorly […]

Way North Of The Border

Sunday, October 2nd, 2005

St. Paul — At first blush, Mexico’s newest American consulate might appear out of place. Far from the Mexican border, this prosperous state capital, along with Minneapolis and the surrounding suburbs, form a sprawling metropolis with Scandinavian overtones.
Yet by the time the Mexican government opened its 46th consulate in the United States here in June, […]

Birthright Citizenship Under Attack

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

As President Bush opens the debate on a temporary worker program that could allow immigrant laborers to come into the United States, the issue of what happens to their children has come to the forefront.
Although revoking the birthright guarantee is not likely to be part of Congress’ immigration reform agenda this fall, there are […]

Sierra Club Under Fire In Immigration Debate

Wednesday, September 21st, 2005

Link to story.
A Sierra Club member staged a small protest Monday calling for the resignation of the environmental group’s executive director, accusing him of accepting money from a donor in exchange for halting the group’s discussion of immigration policy.
James McDonald, a 60-year-old Springfield attorney, said Carl Pope accepted more than $100 million from California donor […]


Saturday, September 17th, 2005

U.S. POPClock Projection
According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the resident population of the United States, projected to 09/18/05 at 02:44 GMT (EST+5) is 297,193,661 people.
One birth every……………………………. 7 seconds
One death every……………………………. 13 seconds
One international migrant (net) every………… 26 seconds
Net gain of one person every………………… 10 seconds
Fifty years ago […]

California Growing By Leaps And Bounds.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

I just discovered the Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) website. Lots of Ph. d’s on their board of directors. I’m going to have to check them out more thoroughly when I have time. Here’s something to get you started.
Since 1960, California’s population has more than doubled.
Year Population
1960 15,863,000
1965 […]

The People Problem: There’s too many.

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

I pulled this stuff from a long article on overpopulation but you should probably read the whole article. It’s a big reason why I’m so against illegal immigration and why I feel legal immigration should be brought down to around 200,000.
“I don’t think most people understand where we’re headed.” - Gaylord Nelson […]

40 percent of Mexicans want to live in the US

Tuesday, August 16th, 2005

Read the story.
There’s a new survey out by the Pew Hispanic Center that concludes that 4 out of 10 Mexicans would migrate to the US if they could. Not just the poor and uneducated either. One-third of college-educated Mexicans and half of those with a high school education also want to come here. […]