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Quality of Life and Overpopulation

From my world bicycle travels, I witnessed “quality of life” in more than 100 countries on six continents – a total of 150,000 miles over 45 years. More than the luxury traveler, I experienced those countries at 12 miles per hour. At that pace, a person gains much more than the “high speed” hotel traveler visiting Machu Picchu, the Great Wall, the Vatican, the Outback, Calcutta, Morocco and dozens of iconic tourist spots around the planet.

Cassandra Syndrome Today

As a world bicycle traveler, you might refer to me as a Cassandra messenger. The Cassandra Syndrome derives from predictions of doom about a future few believe could occur, but upon later reflection turn out to be correct.

Can Blockbuster Filmmaking Raise Awareness of the Overpopulation Problem?

Harvard professor, code breaker and expert symbologist Robert Langdon returned in author Dan Brown’s 2013 bestseller,

Shocker! Overpopulation Gets Mention in French Presidential Election; Mum is the Word in U.S.

Despite all their stumping, interviewing and debating, neither presidential candidate Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has mentioned one of the most pressing challenges facing the United States: overpopulation. Come to think of it, congressional hopefuls have been largely quiet about population growth, save for a valiant few.

Recognizing Dr. John Tanton: A Lifetime of Conservation, Immigration Reform Work

A leading conservationist, Dr. John H. Tanton is considered the founder of the modern immigration reform movement. Dr. Tanton has been dedicated throughout his life to preserving our natural environment and to addressing unsustainable U.S. population growth, a root cause of environmental problems.

High Fertility in Terrorist-Sponsoring Nations Increases Risks in U.S.

Recently, Somali-born terrorist Dahir Adan stabbed and wounded nine in a St. Cloud, Minnesota, mall. At about the same time, Afghanistan-born Ahmad Khan Rahami was linked to bombings in New York and New Jersey.

Alabama Gets Immigration-Overpopulation Link; California (Willfully) Doesn’t

Tiny Alabama with its 4.9 million residents is lucky to have U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks raising awareness about immigration’s effect on rampant population growth.

Brooks, who represents Alabama’s 5th District and its 696,000 people, spoke on the House floor and underlined many of Californians for Population Stabilization’s key arguments for limiting immigration to sensible, sustainable levels. Said Brooks:

Israel Understands Border Security, Population Stabilization; U.S. Doesn’t

The United States government could learn a lot from Israel. Too bad President Barack Obama holds Israeli Prime Minister and valued U.S. ally Benjamin Netanyahu in such low regard.

World Population Growth Is Speeding Up, Not Slowing Down; No Peak in Sight and Consequences Will Be Catastrophic

The world’s population grew by 89 million in 2015, according to the demographers at the respected Population Reference Bureau (PRB) in Washington, D.C., who have been compiling and analyzing demographic data since 1929. In mid-2016, we stand at approximately 7.4 billion people, and counting. Counting very rapidly, in fact.

San Francisco: Overpopulated Mess

I’ve seen California’s future, and it’s overpopulated, over-crowded, traffic-paralyzed San Francisco. Even making allowances for the fact that my most recent visit occurred in July, a heavy tourist month, there’s no escaping that San Francisco is a mess, hardly the city whose “golden sun” shined so brightly for Tony Bennett.

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