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Biodiversity. Family planning. What’s the link?

More than 26,000 of the world’s species are now threatened, according to the latest...

Ric Oberlink

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words… and Millions of Dollars to Immigration Lawyers

“Follow the money.”                  ...

Ric Oberlink

We Need To Be Having This Sobering Conversation About California's Wildfire Epidemic

Californians have always had to deal with seasonal wildfires, now it seems the "season...

Helping NPR with Basic Journalism on Immigration Issues

I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and...

Ric Oberlink

Giants in the Face of Drought

As millions of California’s trees die, what will become of the largest tree there is, the giant sequoia?

Giants in the Face of Drought

Thayer Walker
November 27, 2016
The Atlantic

Texas governor plans to end sanctuary cities in state

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, is pledging to ban sanctuary cities in his state. File photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI 

World’s worst traffic jam? Cars stuck in Thanksgiving getaway 'gridlock'

By Mark Molloy 
November 23, 2016
The Telegraph (UK)
 
If these motorists thought setting off early would help them beat the Thanksgiving getaway rush, it appears a few others had the same idea.
 

Voters Show Stronger Support for ‘Kate’s Law’ Sentencing For Illegal Immigrant Felons

By Staff Reporter
November 21, 2016
Rasmussen Reports
 
Voters appear to be strongly on board with two policies president-elect Donald Trump is calling for when he enters the White House: deporting illegal immigrants convicted of major felonies and mandatory prison sentences for those who try to return.
 

US RELEASES HAITIANS COMING FROM MEXICO

In this Nov. 14, 2016 file photo, Guatamalan Elvin Vazquez, center, holds a Haitian girl migrating with her family, at a migrant shelter in Tijuana, Mexico.
AP Phots/Gregory Bull

A giant reservoir that supplies a California county’s drinking water is nearly empty

Nick Giese heads out to fish on Southern California’s Lake Cachuma. With the reservoir more than 90 percent below capacity, the surrounding region soon will face a water crisis. (Darryl Fears/The Washington Post)

Poll: 54 Percent Want Immigration Halved — or Reduced to Zero

AFP/Getty
 
By Katie McHugh
November 8, 2016
Breitbart
 
A poll released Tuesday finds 22 percent of likely voters want immigration reduced to zero, while 32 percent want to see it halved to 500,000 per year. Only 11 percent want to see one million or more foreigners arrive in the U.S. every year.
 

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