United States Adds New Migrant Every 29 Seconds

Thursday, December 22, 2016
Immigration Impact

The Census Bureau this week unveiled a newly designed population clock, which measures population growth in the United States in real time.

Colorado in the top 10 for population growth

Distressing news, indeed
Denver Business Journal
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Colorado News

Colorado isn’t one of the biggest states in the nation yet population-wise, but it’s growing faster than most bigger states are.

"Not Sending Their Best": World Map of IQ Drop Due to Immigration

How the taboo subject of IQ relates to mass immigration
Unz Review
Monday, December 19, 2016
Immigration Impact

... 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.

Front Range law enforcement agencies trying to keep up with Colorado’s population boom

Denver Post
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Colorado News

... 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...

Growth of Foreign-Born Population Surges as U.S. Economy Recovers

Negative Population Growth
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Immigration Impact

Summary and Introduction

Census projections proclaim that, with Americans’ fertility falling and deaths soon to begin rising, immigration – not natural increase – will become the principal driver of U.S. population growth as early as 2023 (Rubenstein, 2016).

One new Immigrant for Every two U.S. Births in 2015

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Immigration Impact

New government data shows 1.6 million legal and illegal immigrants settled in the United States during 2014, up 40 percent since President Barack Obama was inaugurated in 2009.

Lawsuit Charges Environmental Impacts of High Legal, Illegal Immigration Ignored

Immigration Reform Law Institute
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Immigration Impact

Whitewater Draw Natural Resource Conservation District
U.S. Department of Homeland Security


The singular century of abundant energy

We're in a pickle. We're importing more and more people from low-consuming countries into America, where they will live at higher consumption levels. Higher consumption necessitates the use of more environmental resources and of course, more energy.

Mexico hit by surge of 5K Haitian, African and Asian migrants on their way to the U.S.

Homeland Security officials say about 5,000 Haitians have been stopped at San Diego/Mexico border since October, compared to only 339 people in 2015.
Fox News Latino
Sunday, September 25, 2016
National News

Mexican immigration authorities said Saturday they have been hit by a surge of almost 5,000 Haitian, African and Asian migrants entering by the southern border in just a few days. 

Africa's birthrate is affecting all of humanity

All Western countries stabilized their populations by about 1970 by averaging 2.0 children or less per female. Yet immigration, both legal and illegal, continues flooding into the United States of America—it also pours into Canada, Australia and Europe.


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