November 2015 E-Newsletter

 

CAPS eNews and Action

CAPS' latest ads are shaking things up. Thanks to your support, CAPS was the first national organization to run an anchor baby TV ad during the first presidential debate on CNN. Accompanying radio ads in Los Angeles focused on birth tourism and educating Angelenos on the true effects of anchor babies.

All the ads directed viewers and listeners to USAnchorBabies.org to see where presidential candidates stand on granting citizenship to anyone that happens to be born on U.S. soil and to ask them to sign the petition to end this harmful practice. For more information on the constitutionality of this "accidental birthright," click here for analysis by CAPS Senior Writing Fellow Ric Oberlink.

CAPS' activists have been passionately calling for an end to sanctuary cities.  Over the past few months, fueled by the murders of Kate Steinle and Marilyn Pharis, CAPS' members have been calling, writing, protesting, attending local hearings, and visiting Capitol Hill to stop more preventable tragedies. 

From coast to coast, efforts are gaining footholds including North Carolina's Governor Pat McCrory signing a bill to ban sanctuary cities (click here to thank him) and pro-sanctuary city Sheriff Ross Mirakimi is losing his bid for re-election amid scrutiny of the city's sanctuary policies.

CAPS' Latest Newsletter

For more in-depth analysis and commentary, visit www.capsweb.org/fall-2015-newsletter for the full edition where you'll find these topics and more:

  • CAPS Board member Ben Zuckerman links environmental justice to overpopulation

  • A recent Pew Research Center report confirms that during the next five decades immigration will fuel 88 percent of our nation's population increase

  • Leon Kolankiewicz connects the dots between food security and overpopulation

  • For the full CAPS' newsletter, click here.

Thank you for standing strong with CAPS.

Sincerely,

Jo Wideman
CAPS Executive Director

 


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