The Week in (Bad) Immigration News

While immigration enforcement advocates are familiar with bad news, this week was particularly...

Joe Guzzardi

Once-Wild West Disappearing Under Development

But Shhh! Mustn’t Mention that Rampant Population Growth is a Major Reason Why...

Leon Kolankiewicz

Report Cards for California Beaches Are In

While beach quality has improved, a day there still could make you sick   Tired of the...

Maria Fotopoulos

J-1 Visa Holder Remembers Her U.S. Summer: ‘Constant Parties’

New guidelines in the controversial J-1 visa, the summer work and travel scam that undermines...

Joe Guzzardi

CAPS Position on Health Care Coverage

CAPS firmly believes that working Americans are entitled to health insurance coverage for contraception.  A case now before the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether private corporations can obtain an exemption from the Contraceptive Mandate of the Affordable Care Act. While we support everyone's right to their own beliefs, we do not believe that employers should be able to deprive their employees of health care coverage for birth control.

Ryan Launches New Attack on Trump as He Clinches Nomination

By Julia Hahn
May 26, 2016
Breitbart
 
One day prior to Donald Trump formally clinching the GOP nomination, House Speaker Paul Ryan launched a new line of attack against the Party’s standard bearer selected by GOP voters.
 
During a Wednesday meeting with reporters on Capitol Hill, the House Speaker, once again, disavowed Trump’s campaign pledge to enforce U.S. immigration law.

New TV Ad Features Civil Rights Leader Frank Morris: Save The American Dream

Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads in Milwaukee asking Speaker Paul Ryan to stand up for working class Americans instead of continuing his push for more foreign workers, more immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens. The ad features civil rights leader and former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Executive Director Frank Morris who reminds Speaker Ryan that slowing mass immigration and the flow of foreign workers so working class Americans have a better chance at good paying jobs is simple common sense.

Confronting the Parasite Economy

By Nick Hanauer
May 16, 2016
The American Prospect

Why low-wage work is bad for business—and all of us.

 
There are two types of businesses in America today: those that pay their workers a living wage—the real economy—and those that don’t—the parasite economy. And all of us who live and work in the real economy should be royally pissed at the way the parasite economy is sucking us dry.
 

TV AD FEATURING CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER REMINDS PAUL RYAN, IT’S NOT RACIST TO PUT AMERICANS’ JOBS FIRST

Speaker Ryan Continues Push for More Immigration, More Foreign Workers Despite Millions of Americans Still Unemployed or Underemployed
                                                                       
MILWAUKEE (MAY 16, 2016) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads today in Milwaukee asking Speaker Paul Ryan to stand up for working class Americans instead of continuing his push for more foreign workers, more immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens. The ad features civil rights leader and former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Executive Director Frank Morris who reminds Speaker Ryan that slowing mass immigration and the flow of foreign workers so working class Americans have a better chance at good paying jobs is simple common sense. The ads are scheduled to run for weeks in the Milwaukee area.

US Released 20,000 Criminal Immigrants in 2015

By The Associated Press
May 11, 2016
The Oregonian
 
WASHINGTON — The U.S. tried repeatedly to deport Jean Jacques, an immigrant living in the U.S. illegally, but his native Haiti wouldn't take him back after he served more than a decade in a state prison for attempted murder and committed multiple parole violations.
 

California Braces for Unending Drought

Gov. Jerry Brown of California last month in New York. He signed an executive order on Monday making permanent the water conservation efforts put in place during the state’s five-year drought.CreditMary

By Ian Lovett
May 10, 2016

Labor Force Participation Rate Dropped to 62.8% In April: 94,044,000 Out!

By Susan Jones
May 6, 2016
CNSNews.com

 
The number of Americans not in the labor force last month totaled 94,044,000, 562,000 more than in March -- and the labor force participation rate dropped to 62.8 percent (near a 38-year low), following four straight months of slight improvement.
 

'Growing Pains' Video Contest Winners

 

In partnership with

the SoCal Student Film Festival,

CAPS is proud to announce the winners of the

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