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California a Separate Nation, President Jerry Brown?

California activists submitted a proposed ballot initiative for the November 2018 election that would pave the way for the state to secede.

New Chapter in California’s Illegal Immigrants ‘Nothing is ever enough’ Saga: SB-10

For California’s illegal immigrants and the Sacramento legislators who cater to them, nothing is ever enough.

51 Percent of All Immigrant Households (Legal & Illegal) Use Public Assistance

Households headed by immigrants (legal and illegal) use welfare at a significantly higher rate than households headed by native-born Americans. This was the finding of a recent study by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) which analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Wyoming is Last Holdout on Refugee Resettlement

Wyoming is the last of the 50 U.S. states holding out on refugee resettlement. The federal refugee program has long been a thorn in the side of organizations that want to limit immigration to sensible levels and, at the same time, eliminate fraud from worthwhile existing immigration programs.

Brown Off to D.C. to Foolishly Lobby for an Alien "Path to Citizenship"

Here’s an update on the other side’s amnesty jargon. Outdated are comprehensive immigration reform and legalization. The latest trendy phrase is “path to citizenship,” no doubt the result of market research into what resonates best among those amnesty advocates need to convince.  “Amnesty,” suggestive of forgiving criminals, offends. The softer “path to citizenship” may resonate positively with the undecided.

California on the Brink: Too Many People, Too Little Money

The December 29 CAPS’ homepage story is an outstanding example of how overpopulation soon or later leads to societal breakdowns. California with nearly 39 million residents has one-eighth of the nation’s population but also one-third of its welfare recipients. More than 1.5 million Californians depend on monthly welfare grants.

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