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Population Density in Parts of L.A. County Exceeds Brooklyn and the Bronx

An eye-popping blog post from Dr. Housing Bubble reported that some Los Angeles neighborhoods have higher population densities than New York’s notoriously overcrowded boroughs of Brooklyn and the Bronx. Dr.

More People = More Traffic as Population Crisis Grows

A recent story in The Denver Post – “Think traffic is bad around the Denver area? Just wait a decade or two” – could just as easily apply to Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, along with 30 other overpopulated cities in America.

Fight the Myths in 2016

Malls and “destination” shopping are something I avoid, but I found myself in a retail center on January 2 to exchange a gift for another size. (My dislike for the mall world is such that if the transaction could have been handled online, I would have.) The relative tranquility in Los Angeles between the Christmas and New Year holiday due to significantly fewer people in town was gone by then, and the mall parking lot traffic lanes were filled by vehicles with nowhere to move – complete gridlock in a parking lot.

Aldous Huxley on Overpopulation

Brave New World author warned of threat in 1958

Address the Cause, Not the Symptoms

A book review of 
Move Upstream: A Call to Solve Overpopulation, by Karen I. Shragg

America Guaranteed to Surpass Population Capacity Sooner Rather than Later

My friend Dr. Jack Alpert, a Stanford University graduate and the director at www.Skil.org out of Shawnee, Kansas, projects specific societal breakdown for dozens of countries around the world.

Today is World Vasectomy Day!

Snip to Save the Earth

As a proud recipient of a vasectomy in 1997, a year after the birth of my second child, I am pleased to see that World Vasectomy Day (WVD) is now in its fourth year, scheduled for today, Friday, November 13.

Homeless in Hawaii

For those whose heads are still stuck in the sand about the dire consequences of overpopulation, consider Hawaii which has just declared a homeless emergency. Governor David Ige recently signed a proclamation to fight homelessness with the goal of helping young and old turn their lives around.

Morgan Stanley's Head of Emerging Markets Doesn’t Understand Numbers, Reality

The Wall Street Journal just can’t get enough of the ‘birth dearth’
…Or of immigrants…or of denouncing ‘anti-immigrant hysteria’

Confirmed! Immigration Accelerates Unsustainable U.S. Population Growth

Exactly as Californians for Population Stabilization has said for years, immigration and birth to immigrants account for and will continue to be the primary driver for an overwhelming majority of the nation’s population growth.