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CAPS Immigration Ad Asks If Senators Will Stand For American Workers, Since President Obama Won't

Despite Continued High Unemployment, President and Wall Street Billionaires Push to Double Immigration, Double Immigrant Workers

SANTA BARBARA, CA. (October 6, 2014) - Today Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads on national cable TV networks asking America’s senators if they will stand up for working people, since President Obama and billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg want to bring in more immigrant workers to take jobs.   The ads are scheduled to run across the country for several weeks.

Gov. Brown to poor Californians: Let’s spend tax dollars on Central Americans instead

SANTA BARBARA (August 22, 2014) — In spite of the dire needs of the state of California, Governor Brown has announced legislation to spend millions of dollars providing legal services to minors arriving in California from Central America.  Brown, Attorney General Kamala Harris, and state legislative leaders support giving three million dollars of state funds to outside groups to prevent the deportation of those who have arrived illegally from Central America.

CAPS Ad asks Politicians and Media: Don't poor American kids deserve attention too?

As News Coverage Of Central American Kids Crossing Our Borders Proliferates, Little Attention Is Given To The Millions Of American Kids Who Need Help

LOS ANGELES (July 25, 2014) Californians for Population Stabilization has launched radio commercials in Los Angeles asking why there’s so little coverage of the plight of poor American kids in cities like Los Angeles and so much coverage of kids from Central America crossing our borders.  The ad goes on to draw similarities between news coverage of  illegal aliens and their dreams, but lack of media coverage of the Americans whose jobs and dreams illegal aliens and legal immigrants take.  The ads will run in key drive times on Los Angeles radio for several weeks.

Earth Day 2014 – Population growth drives California’s environmental woes

SANTA BARBARA (April 21, 2014) - A devastating oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara inspired Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to create the first Earth Day in 1970. Twenty million Americans participated as Nelson and conservationists across the country noted that “every environmental problem is a population problem.”

Earth Day TV Ad Links California's Declining Environment to Immigration-Driven Population Growth

Nearly 100% Of California’s Population Growth Due To Mass Immigration And Births To Immigrants

LOS ANGELES (April 16, 2014) Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV ads today across California leading up to Tuesday’s Earth Day celebration.  The ads are running in Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco on multiple TV networks in each market and will continue through April 22, Earth Day.

All of California’s population growth results from immigration

SANTA BARBARA (March 18, 2014) - An analysis of Census Bureau and California statistics reveals that all of California’s population growth results from foreign immigration. The demographic data—births, deaths, immigration, and interstate migration—reveals that foreign immigration, immigrants and their offspring, accounted for all of the state’s growth from 2000 to 2010.

Current Immigration Level Swamps “Great Wave” of Last Century

“Comprehensive” immigration bills would send total even higher

SANTA BARBARA (March 5, 2014) - Historians refer to the Great Wave of immigration from 1880 to 1924, but current numbers dwarf that era and will go higher still if Congress passes a “comprehensive” immigration bill such as the one approved by the Senate.

CAPS TV Ad Asks if High American Unemployment and Wage Depression Were Martin Luther King's Dream

Many Congressional Leaders Want to Admit 33 Million More Immigrant Workers
to Take Jobs, Despite Record Minority Unemployment

LOS ANGELES (January 14, 2014) – Californians for Population Stabilization launched TV ads today across America leading up to Monday’s birthday celebration of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The TV ads are running on several national cable networks, with much of the media buy focused on daytime programming that skews heavily toward unemployed minority audiences.

CAPS Ad asks why Congressman Denham is putting illegal aliens ahead of jobless Modesto workers and veterans

Denham Advocating Amnesty And More Foreign Workers Despite 12% Unemployment In Modesto

MODESTO, CA – November 18, 2013 – Californians for Population Stabilization launched radio ads today in Modesto, California asking why Congressman Jeff Denham is pushing for amnesty and millions more immigrant workers when unemployment in his own district is at nearly 12% and California’s returning veterans have one of the highest unemployment rates of any state in the country. The ads will run for several weeks.

CAPS AD SAYS AMERICAN WORKERS DESERVE DAY OF RESPECT NOT ILLEGAL ALIENS

Ad Calls For Respect For Hispanic Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, All American Workers

LOS ANGELES, CA – October 1, 2013 –
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched ads in Los Angeles, Bakersfield and Modesto California today calling for respect for all American workers. The ads are launching as special interest groups prepare to stage rallies throughout California this Saturday demanding American workers show illegal aliens respect by supporting amnesty for millions who came here illegally.

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