Who Has Been Thinking Long-Term About Demographics?

Saturday, December 12, 2015
Immigration Impact

Excerpt from podcast by John Derbyshire:

China's two-child policy fails demographic reality - population will continue to grow

Faced with unending and unsustainable population growth, China implemented its one-child policy in 1978. It successfully achieved one of the fastest fertility declines in history.1

Senate Immigration Subcommittee Releases Chart Proving Immigration Will Outpace American Population Growth 7 To 1 Through 2065

Mass immigration is driving U.S. population growth
Breitbart News
Monday, October 5, 2015
Immigration Impact

A Dismal Anniversary—50 Years Of The Immigration Act Of 1965

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Immigration Impact

On October 3rd, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Immigration Act.

The 1965 Act did two big things, and a multitude of small ones.

Japan Not Taking in Refugees; Says It Must Look After Its Citizens First

American Renaissance
Friday, October 2, 2015
National News

Japan’s prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.

Immigration Is Remaking America. Is That What We Want?

Americans have never been asked to vote on immigration driven population growth
Power Line
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Immigration Impact

U.S. Immigrant Population Hits Record High of 42.4 Million

National Review
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
National News

Water Shortage or Population Longage?

California hasn’t had a drought like the current drought since 1977 when California’s population was 22 million. Today, at nearly 40 million, 47 percent of California faces exceptional drought.

How A 1992 Moratorium Could Have Helped Preserve the Historic American Majority

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Immigration Impact
[Article originally published July 2, 2012]

Twenty years on, we can reconstruct two different scenarios for the period 1992 to 2012: the actual one, in which immigration rises throughout the period, and the... ideal, in which an immigration moratorium is imposed.

A new world of refugee ethics

Denver Post
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Immigration Impact
There is, in the Christian tradition, the 13th century story of Martin of Tours, who was riding outside the city gates on a cold and windy night when he came across a starving beggar. In a gesture that was to get him sainted 400 years later, Martin divided his cloak and his dinner in half and gave it to the desperate man.


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