If current trends continue and immigration remains such a driving force in America’s population growth, our country may be forced to accommodate as many as 417 million people by 2060. That means that our nation’s present failing and fragile infrastructure – including highways, bridges, dams, water systems, electric grids, etc. – […]
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Analysis finds that current interpretation of 14th Amendment leads to massive chain migration, causing dangerous increases to U.S. population growth.
As the Trump Administration and 115th Congress continue to debate massive reforms to U.S. immigration policies, Negative Population Growth (NPG) has released a new Position paper today on the issue of birthright citizenship. NPG President Donald Mann notes: “Current application of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution grants automatic U.S. citizenship for every baby[…]
Proposal grants substantial compensation for qualifying immigrants who voluntarily depart the U.S., offers compromise between hard right and left proposals.
Observing that mass immigration has by default become the nation’s de facto population policy – and that elected officials are struggling to effectively address the estimated population of 11 million illegal aliens currently living in the U.S., Negative Population Growth (NPG) has released a new Forum paper today[…]
Your gift helps publish and distribute materials like this. Download a PDF of this release here. New NPG Forum Paper Maps the Removal of Population Issue from Environmental Movement Report follows the Earth Day and U.S. conservation movement’s abandonment of overpopulation and immigration as major environmental threats. Alexandria, VA – In commemoration of Earth Day 2017 […]
Expert analysis finds each immigrant sponsors an average of 3.45 more immigrants, contributing to population growth.
On February 7th, Senators Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA) introduced the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act. This bill would dramatically reduce annual legal immigration rates, specifically cutting back family preference categories – a practice known as “chain migration.” In response to this bill[…]
Your gift helps publish and distribute materials like this. Download a PDF of this release here. New NPG Paper Shows Serious Impact of U.S. Population Growth on Climate Change Expert analysis reveals that U.S. population growth is “the most important factor in CO2 emissions emanating from this country.” On January 20th, Donald Trump will be […]