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Somebody Buys the Environmentalist Case Against Immigration

Staff writer Joshua Keating of the liberal online magazine Slate recently blogged that: “Nobody Buys the Environmentalist Case Against Immigration.”

In one sense, Keating is onto something. The liberal politicians who supposedly care about the environment apparently don’t care enough to oppose the endless, mass-immigration-driven U.S. population growth that is trashing the American environment.

Immigration Increases Health Care Costs

The high cost of medical care is of great concern to most Americans. Insurance helps to ease health care expenses, but insurance also is expensive. Obamacare is supposed to improve matters, but the jury is still out on just how much so – if at all.
 

500,000 Jobs Needed Monthly to Match Population Growth, Prior Employment Levels

The San Francisco Chronicle is one of many newspapers that runs favorable stories about the state of the economy and a stronger jobs market.

Imported High-Tech ‘Talent’ U.S. Could Live Without

There’s been a lot of blah, blah, blah about what a shame it is that America is turning away so much foreign talent. This then is “backed up” with the idea that native-born Americans just don’t seem smart enough or “innovative” enough to lead the businesses of tomorrow. This meme is often repeated in reference to the high-tech world and Silicon Valley.

Americans of the ‘20s Chose Wisely . . . Can We?

In 1920, many Americans were convinced that the mass immigration of previous decades had to halt. That year, the foreign-born population reached 13.9 million, the highest numerical total ever. The percentage of the foreign-born, out of a total population of 106 million, was 13 percent – very near to the highest percentage ever.

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