After reading parts 1 and 2, you probably scratched your head with consternation. You might even shake your head with exasperation. Some readers feel that this series spells out the future in such dire terms that they cannot fathom a future with another 100,000,000 (million) immigrants invading our country.
Every day, you hear your local weather forecast. Meteorologists warn of approaching rain squalls, blizzards, and tornados. They warn you of breezes and high winds. Because of those forecasts, you make daily choices with knowledge and understanding. You protect yourself and your family.
During 2017, immigration will be the red-hot topic that President-elect Donald Trump and his administration will have to deal with. Congress is clearly divided between the immigration expansionists and the restrictionists, with a handful falling somewhere in between.
... the cognitive impact of immigration – at least as proxied by the differences in performance on the PISA tests between the national average, which includes immigrant children, versus only native children – is almost entirely negative for its supposed beneficiaries across the entire world.
... Denver’s population grew nearly 14 percent between 2010 and 2015 when 682,545 people were counted, and in 2015 Denver recorded the fastest-growing population among the nation’s largest cities, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And city planners don’t expect it to slow down in the next 25 years...
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