CAPS TV Ad Asks Us To Imagine California As A Sanctuary for Californians and Not Illegal Aliens

August 28, 2017 Today Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV commercials in the Sacramento area asking us all to imagine California as a sanctuary for Californians, and not illegal aliens.


CAPS Ad Asks President Trump To Withhold Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities

August 28, 2017 – Today Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV commercials in the Sacramento area asking President Trump to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities like San Francisco. The TV ads are scheduled to run for several weeks.


CAPS 2017 'Kid' Earth Day Ad

April 17, 2017 – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV and radio spots across Los Angeles suggesting California implement policies to slow mass immigration, slow population growth and save some California for future generations. The ads are scheduled to run through Earth Day.

CAPS TV Ad Asks Arizona if Senator Jeff Flake is Ready to Work with Trump on Immigration

A CAPS TV ad launched in prime time in Phoenix, Arizona, asks if Senator Jeff Flake is really ready to work with President Trump on immigration. While Sen. Flake claims to be ready to work with Trump on immigration, he has already sponsored an illegal alien amnesty bill and is one of Trump’s loudest immigration critics. Surely the people of Arizona do not really want Flake to sabotage Trump’s immigration agenda?

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

Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) has launched this TV ad on national cable TV networks and local TV stations around the country including in Milwaukee, WI and coverage of the Republican National Convention.  The ad features civil rights leader and former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Executive Director Frank Morris who reminds America’s leaders that slowing mass immigration and the flow of immigrant labor so Americans have a better chance at good paying jobs is not racist, it’s just common sense.

Anchor Babies TV Ad

More than 300,000 babies are born in the U.S. to illegal immigrants each year. Under current policy, when a citizen of another country gives birth to a child on U.S. soil, whether here as a tourist or illegally, the baby automatically gets U.S. citizenship along with taxpayer funded benefits.   And once the baby gets citizenship, the parents eventually become eligible for U.S. citizenship and benefits too.  Then the parents’ extended families can apply for citizenship.   The U.S.

Americans need to ask their candidates about Obama’s amnesty

Why aren’t presidential hopefuls talking about the tax implications of President Obama’s executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens? According to Congressional Budget Office projections, the Obama amnesty will allow illegal aliens to apply for about $1.7 billion in tax refunds, even if they never paid taxes or were using unverified Social Security numbers.

Was an Endless Flow of Immigrant Workers who Take Jobs and Suppress Wages Dr. King’s Dream?

As Dr. King's birthday comes to pass this year, President Obama’s recent executive action is rewarding four million illegal aliens with amnesty and work permits. The President’s action comes at a time when millions of African Americans and Hispanic Americans continue to struggle with high unemployment, underemployment and wage stagnation. So, why does our President today want to admit millions more immigrant workers to take jobs and depress wages when hardworking African-American and Hispanic American workers can’t find jobs?  Has President Obama lost sight of Dr. King’s dream?

CAPS SOS Ad 2014

In recent years, the White House, various Wall Street billionaires, countless lobbyists and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have worked to pass legislation that would double annual immigration, doubling the number of new people each year who need jobs. According to the Sunlight Foundation, the groups have spent 1.5 billion dollars to hire 3,136 lobbyists at a time when millions of Americans can’t find jobs, pay mortgages or put food on the table.

CAPS 'Children' Ad

California's population grew by 5 million people between 2000 and 2015 and the state is expected to add another 10 million people by 2050 based on current population projections from the California Department of Finance. However, native born Californians are having fewer children than in the past. Based on U.S. Census Bureau and California Department of Public Health data, the state's overall population growth is being driven by mass immigration and births to immigrants.