Immigrant Populations

Despite Inaccurate Data, Dan Stein Continues to Appeal to Population Alarmists

We’re talking about a population increase under the senate bill of over 70 million people in 20 years. -Dan Stein, July 7, 2013 Thursday was the  25th anniversary of World Population Day. Nationally and internationally, population policy has long been a … Continued

CIS: No Water in the Desert? Blame Immigrants.

by Nicole Loeffler-G​ladstone Kathleene Parker’s article, “Population, Immigration, and the Drying of the American Southwest,” which was published by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), is at first glance an article that might interest most progressive environmentalists. As a student … Continued


Anti-Immigrant Groups Blame Immigrants for BP Oil Spill

Amidst an environmental crisis in the Gulf of Mexico, anti-immigrant groups in the John Tanton Network see the BP oil spill as an opportunity to - wait for it - blame immigrants. BP can’t contain the oil spill and the … Continued


American Bigfoot: Immigration, Population Growth, and Racism

A California group persistently propagates the myth that immigrants are to blame for environmental problems. Leon Kolankiewicz, senior writing fellow with Californians for Population Stabilization, (CAPS) was featured in the CAPS spring newsletter with an article titled, American Bigfoot: Immigration, Population … Continued


What’s the Biggest Threat to Small Town America? The Government

When the Postville, Iowa meatpacking plant, AgriProcessors, was raided last Spring by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), the effects were devastating to the small town community. Like many small towns across America’s heartland, Postville had struggled for years to maintain … Continued