Woodrow Wilson Center Mexico Institute, May 31, 2016
in just three years, mostly as a result of illegal immigration. Mexicans
encouraged to breed at all costs. "A baby a year" Mexican pride slogan
emerges …EVERY ANCHOR BABY GETS MORE WELFARE FOR
18 YEARS. THAT CHILD IS ALSO STILL A CITIZEN OF
The birthrate among illegals is more than double that of legal US residents. The Pew Hispanic Center calculates that within seven years, the children of immigrants, legal and illegal, will account for one in nine school-age children in the US.
The Center for Immigration Studies’ Director of Research and the lead author of the report, Dr. Steven Camarota, observes, “The numbers show that Mexican immigration has rebounded somewhat and there has been a dramatic rise in immigration from Asia and the rest of Latin America.” Camarota also points out that, “Given the enormous number of immigrants settling in the country, it is certainly understandable that immigration levels are a central issue in the presidential election.”
View the entire report at: http://cis.org/New-Data-Immigration-Surged-in-2014-and-2015.
Among the findings in the new study:
- New data collected by the Census Bureau shows that 3.1 million new immigrants (legal and illegal) entered the country in 2014 and 2015, an average of more than 1.5 million annually.
- In 2012 and 2013, 2.3 million immigrants arrived, or about 1.1 million annually. In 2010-2011, 2.1 new immigrants arrived, or about 1 million annually.
- All of these numbers are based on publically available information in Census Bureau data; no adjustments have been made for those missed by the bureau. But even without adjusting for undercount, the scale of new immigration is enormous.
- The big increase in new arrivals in the last two years was driven by a rise in immigration from Latin America (particularly countries other than Mexico), South Asia (e.g. Pakistan and India) and East Asia (e.g. China and Vietnam).
- Of the 3.1 million immigrants who arrived in the last two years, we estimate about one-third – 1.1 million, or 550,000 annually – were new illegal immigrants, a 57 percent increase from the 700,000 (350,000 annually) who entered in 2012-2013.
- The above estimate of illegal immigration represents the flow of new illegal aliens surreptitiously crossing the border or overstaying a temporary visa or released into the country after a short detention, such as families from Central America. The numbers do not represent the net increase in the total illegal immigrant population.
The available evidence also indicates that the number of new legal immigrants arriving from abroad has increased, both temporary and permanent. Our best estimate is that the arrival of legal immigrants increased about 30 percent, from 1.6 million in 2012-2013 to 2 million in 2014-2015.
our borders that promotes “Reconquista of Aztlan”
or the reconquest of California, Arizona, New
Mexico and Texas into the country of Mexico.
Districts on Mexican Border
Center, testified that in the year following the official end of the recession (June 2009), foreign-born workers gained 656,000 jobs while native-born workers lost an additional 1.2 million jobs.”
$10M of cocaine found in tour bus driven from Mexico
Three suspects were arrested when authorities served a search warrant at the shop later in the morning.
The contraband was hidden in a compartment fashioned over the left rear wheel well , said El Segundo police Lt. Carlos Mendoza, a member of LA IMPACT — the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force.
The task force is compromised of investigators from a multitude of local, state and federal agencies.
Mendoza said the bus had been observed crossing the U.S.-Mexico border numerous times in the past. The vehicle aroused suspicion because it was not seen carrying passengers.
When the bus crossed the border at San Ysidro at 4 a.m. Tuesday, investigators followed it to the Wilmington auto shop in the 500 block of North Avalon Boulevard, said Mendoza.
After the bus arrived at the shop, two people were seen offloading cargo taken from the left rear wheel well of the bus, according to Mendoza. The hidden compartment had not been detected during a search of the bus at the border, he said.
Investigators served a search warrant at the business at 9 a.m.
Three people — identified as Victor Fainz Miranda, Jaime Jimenez, and Humberto Vazquez — were taken into custody, according to Rachele Huennenkens, press secretary for Attorney General Kamala Harris.
Inaugurated in July 1991, LA IMPACT is tasked with investigating major crimes in Los Angeles County, with an emphasis on dismantling mid- to major- level drug trafficking organizations.
VIVA LA RAZA SUPREMACY and the MEX WELFARE STATE IN AMERICA'S OPEN BORDERS?
California Governor Jerry Brown backs $2 billion plan to deal with the state’s homeless
AS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY EXPANDS MEXICO'S LOOTING AND WELFARE STATE TO ALL STATES, POVERTY AND JOBLESSNESS IS HANDED LEGALS.
"That, combined with massive unemployment and poverty-wage jobs, as well as the evisceration of any social safety net, has ensured a human catastrophe unequaled since the Great Depression."
California Governor Jerry Brown backs $2 billion plan to deal with the state’s homeless
By Kevin Martinez and Adam Mclean
26 May 2016
BLOG: NEARLY HALF OF THE STATE'S 35 MILLION ARE MEXICAN ILLEGALS OR THE ANCHOR CHILDREN OF ILLEGALS.
The so-called “millionaires’ tax” was originally meant to fund mental health services. It will now be used to fund 10,000 to 14,000 new housing units, even though the total homeless population in the state is 116,000. Even if the proposal is enacted and the homes are built, less than a tenth of the state’s homeless would find shelter under this plan.
The Prop 63 tax does not even make a dent in the fortunes of the rich. Only the wealthiest 0.1 percent of California’s taxpayers, about 30,000 people who earn more than $1 million a year, will have to pay a tax rate of 10.3 percent on every dollar they make over $1 million, instead of the usual 9.3 percent.
The high cost of living in the state combined with high rents and unaffordable housing has condemned tens of thousands to a life on the streets. That, combined with massive unemployment and poverty-wage jobs, as well as the evisceration of any social safety net, has ensured a human catastrophe unequaled since the Great Depression.
California accounts for 20 percent of the nation’s homeless, and, given the cost of living in the state, it is not hard to determine why. Since the start of this year, rent has increased 6.7 percent in Los Angeles alone, with the average two-bedroom apartment costing $2,650 a month, according to Apartment List. This is not even the most expensive city in California. In San Francisco, rent for a two-bedroom apartment averages $4,760.
BLOG: THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES HAS A ONE BILLION DOLLAR YEARLY MEXICAN ANCHOR BABY WELFARE COST
Los Angeles County has the largest homeless population in the state, but the bond money from this plan would not solve the problem. Officials have set aside $150 million for homeless services, but estimate that it would take 15,341 more permanent housing units to seriously address the homeless population’s needs, or more than double what is currently allocated.
The city of Los Angeles has already approved an oft-touted $1.87 billion plan to address homelessness by Democratic Mayor Eric Garcetti, though this plan has yet to be implemented and officials are still unclear on how they plan to fund it.
Meanwhile, in San Diego, affectionately called “America’s Finest City,” authorities have begun a crackdown on boats and RVs parked on the streets containing homeless people. A two-year old law which prevents large campers from being stationary in parking spots near the beach became permanent law last week.
The law essentially criminalizes the homeless and pushes some onto the street when they would rather be living in their cars. While other coastal cities applied similar bans, San Diego had to wait until a law was crafted to cover the entire county.
The fact that the money for the current plan is not coming from any new source is also telling. Money that was originally allocated for the mentally ill is now to be spent on a different, but completely connected social problem. An estimated 30 percent of homeless people have some form of mental illness.
Nonetheless, this has not stopped Brown and state Democrats from utilizing their “solution” to the homeless crisis for the most cynical of reasons, improving the “progressive” image of the party before the November elections. This has prompted former Senate President pro-tem Darrell Steinberg to declare, “Homelessness knows no partisan lines” and to advocate working with the Republicans to pass the deal.
Brown has a long record of working with development and housing companies to secure higher profits and smoother business at the expense of the working class, going all the way back to his time as mayor of Oakland.
In vetoing AB1229, a proposed 2013 bill that would have mandated developers to invest a minimum in low-income housing projects, Brown offered the market-oriented explanation: “As mayor of Oakland, I saw how difficult it can be to attract development to low and middle income communities. Requiring developers to include below-market units in their projects can exacerbate these challenges…”
He continues this today. The current proposal he is backing may come bundled with additional “reforms” that would launch deeper attacks against the working class. In his administration’s most recent May budget revision, Brown contemplates adding to the proposal:
“…additional legislation requiring ministerial ‘by right’ land use entitlements for multifamily infill housing developments that include affordable housing. This would help constrain development costs, improve the pace of housing production, and encourage an increase in housing supply.”
In this context, “by right” refers to the freedom of developers to take certain actions without a normally required permit, typically issued after a municipal review process. This is tantamount to eliminating what rules exist to ensure basic living standards for low income tenants, which could include everything from utilities to the stability of the buildings themselves.
This section of the May revision finishes, somewhat ominously, with, “It is counterproductive to continue providing funding for affordable housing under a system that slows down approvals in areas already vetted and zoned for housing.” This is a thinly veiled assertion that current funding for low income housing–certainly not limited to this proposal–will be put on the chopping block if such deregulation is not enacted.
The money would be awarded on a competitive grant basis, meaning counties would have to fight one another to receive the largest share. This is not unlike President Obama’s education “reforms,” which force schools to compete for federal funds.
Not only does this proposal do nothing to address the roots causes of homelessness, namely capitalism, but it is tied to reforms that will ultimately result in even greater attacks on the working class. It provides further proof that the Democratic Party, no less than the Republican, is an instrument of Wall Street through and through.
Would Obama Trump The Donald by pardoning illegals?
Hillary Clinton's campaign is floundering. She has no message aside from "Elect me; I'm a woman." She is hated by 30 to 40% of Democratic voters who prefer Bernie Sanders – or, for that matter, anybody but her. Her e-mail problems are growing worse – from the inspector general's recent report to the ongoing FBI investigation. And Trump has indicated that he is willing to use every single bit of dirt from her 30-year-long trail of sleaze against her in the general campaign.
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APRIL 18, 2016
Otherwise a Democrat commander-in-chief and his open-borders Domestic Policy Director wouldn’t be operating such a costly project. Judicial Watch wrote about the new