Press Releases

California Group Applauds Crackdown on Medicaid Fraud by Illegal Aliens

- Legislation requires aid recipients to prove citizenship -

Santa Barbara , CA — February 6, 2006 – Limited Medicaid funds will be spent on poor Americans instead of illegal aliens under a budget package approved by Congress. The final budget reconciliation bill includes a requirement that Medicaid recipients prove U.S. citizenship or legal presence in the country before receiving benefits.

Earth Day 2006—Population Growth is Most Important Issue!

SANTA BARBARA— In 1969 a devastating oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara inspired visiting Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to come up with the idea for Earth Day. Twenty million Americans celebrated at the event the following April while simultaneously developing plans to protect the environment.

Ads Warn of Immigration-Driven 500 Million US Population By 2050

-- CAPS Asks If California Is Prepared For Tens of Millions More Immigrants? --

SANTA BARBARA, Ca. — June 28, 2006— Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a TV campaign in California this week warning viewers that US population could reach 500 million by 2050.

Ads Chide Environmentalists For Denying Immigration Driven Overpopulation As Major Threat

Brower, Nelson and Muir Said Immigration Must be Addressed

Santa Barbara, CA—August 16, 2006—Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched an ad campaign in California this week targeted to “head in the sand” environmentalists. The ads invite environmentalists to engage in “an honest and logical discussion” regarding threats to the environment posed by immigration driven overpopulation in the U.S.

‘A Line in the Sand’ Outlines Huge Criminal Activity from Open Borders, Illegal Immigration

America’s broken southern border has helped spawn the growth of vast drug and human smuggling cartels.

Prepared by the House Committee on Homeland Security, “A Line in the Sand: Confronting the Threat at the Southwest Border” ferociously waves numerous blazing red flags. The report covers the growth of Mexican drug cartels armed to paramilitary levels, illegal alien sexual predators and human smuggling that involves death, rape and other violence.

California is the Dim Picture of America’s Future

The Golden State Today Bodes Ill for the U.S. of Tomorrow

SANTA BARBARA—October 5, 2006—As America prepares to surge past a population of 300 million people sometime around October 15, one need only to look at what has happened to California over the past two decades to see what is in store for the rest of the nation.

Ads Warn Californians That Speaker Pelosi Will Push For Mass Increases In Immigration

-- Bush and Pelosi See Immigration Increase As Way to Showcase Bi-Partisan Cooperation --

SANTA BARBARA, CA– December 12, 2006 – Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched a radio campaign last week warning Californians that their Representative, future Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will push for mass increases in immigration to the US. The radio campaign is running in Los Angeles and San Diego currently with plans to launch in other California markets in 2007.

State of the Union

Harbinger of the Future

Santa Barbara, CA—January 24, 2007—President George Bush delivered his annual State of the Union message to congress and the country Tuesday night. With rhetoric and lip service the President superficially addressed the immigration issue and drew a standing ovation when he called for a conclusive debate that would allow him to sign “comprehensive immigration reform into law.” The Democrat response didn’t mention immigration.


Civil Rights Leader Denounces Amnesty/Guestworker Plan

Calls Proposals A Slap In The Face For Black Americans

MIAMI, FL.-April 20, 2007 - T. Willard Fair, Founder and Chairman of Independent Voices for Change, President of the Urban League of Greater Miami Inc. and long-time civil rights leader, has joined with a national group, including Santa Barbara-based Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), in an advertising campaign to oppose proposals awarding amnesty to illegal foreign workers and importing hundreds of thousands more low skilled foreign workers.