Monday, June 24, 2019


"When we hear stories about the homelessness in California and elsewhere, why don't we hear how illegal aliens contribute to the problem?  They take jobs and affordable housing, yet instead of discouraging illegal aliens from breaking the law, politicians encourage them to come by lavishing free stuff on them with confiscated dollars from this and future generations."  JACK HELLNER

Census: Texas Adding 9 Hispanics to Population for Every White Resident

Day Without Immigrants Texas A group marches through downtown heading to the Texas Capitol during an immigration protest, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, in Austin, Texas. Immigrants around the U.S. stayed home from work and school Thursday to demonstrate how important they are to America’s economy and its way of life, …
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AP Photo/Eric Gay


The state of Texas is adding about nine Hispanic residents to its population for every one white resident, the United States Census Bureau states.

The Texas Tribune published the latest Census Bureau data and projections which indicate that between 2010 and 2018 the Hispanic population in Texas has grown at nearly four times the rate of the white resident population and more than three times the rate of the black resident population.
Today, the Texas Hispanic population stands at almost 11.4 million. This indicates that Texas adds nearly 215,000 Hispanic residents every year, while the black resident population grows by only 60,000 a year and the white resident population grows by about 54,000, on average, a year.
Last year, alone, the white resident population of Texas grew by only about 24,000.
(Screenshot via Texas Tribune)
Hispanics, the Census data indicates, could become the largest population group in the state by as early as 2022, outpacing the 11.9 million white residents who currently live in Texas.
This year, the Census Bureau revealed that legal immigration — where the U.S. admits about 1.2 million legal immigrants a year, mostly from Central and Latin America — is driving nearly half of all population growth in the country.
Since 2011, the level to which immigration has accounted for overall population growth has increased more than 13 percent. At the current rate of legal immigration, about 1-in-6 U.S. residents will be foreign-born by 2060 and about 1-in-10 U.S. voters in the upcoming 2020 election will have been born outside of the country.
In the next two decades, should the country’s legal immigration policy go unchanged, the U.S. is set to import about 15 million new foreign-born voters. About eight million of these new foreign-born voters will have arrived through the process known as “chain migration,” where newly naturalized citizens are allowed to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the country.
Foreign-born voters, as research by Axios, the New York Times, University of Maryland, College Park researcher James Gimpel, and Ronald Brownstein has confirmed, are more likely than native-born Americans to vote for Democrats.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder


Boston Globe: Mass Immigration Spurs ‘Seismic Demographic Shift’ in Boston

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Mass immigration to the Greater Boston area has spurred a “seismic demographic shift” over the last three decades, the Boston Globe writes.

A report by the Boston Globe titled, “Immigration has transformed Greater Boston over the last three decades,” details a new study by researchers from Boston Indicators, the Boston Foundation, the University of Massachusetts Boston, and the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute that reveals how the country’s legal immigration levels — as more than 1.2 million nationals are brought to the U.S. every year — are leading to significant changes in the region.
Foreign-born workers, for example, have made up nearly 80 percent of the increase in the Massachusetts labor force, underscoring big business’s desire to increase legal immigration levels to import more workers, more consumers, and keep U.S. wages low.
Likewise, the study finds that immigration from around the world is driving more than 90 percent of the new population growth in the Greater Boston area. Today, nearly three-in-ten, or almost 30 percent, of Boston’s residents are foreign-born. Throughout the city of Boston and its surrounding neighborhoods, nearly two-in-ten residents are foreign-born.
Boston, the Globe reports, is forever transforming almost totally due to immigration:
Meanwhile, the city’s suburbs and outlying enclaves have become even more diverse, with the nonwhite population outside Boston having increased more than 250 percent over three decades. [Emphasis added]
While foreign-born residents and their families are experiencing a population boom, the number of whites has sharply declined by nearly 350,000 in Greater Boston since 1990, the researchers said. The researchers define “Greater Boston” as the five Boston-area counties: Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, and Plymouth. [Emphasis added]
Researchers reported that more white people are moving away from the region than coming in, and that white deaths now outnumber white births. This is part of a national trend, the report noted. [Emphasis added]
Boston’s rapidly changing demography from immigration matches national trends that the Census Bureau most recently revealed. For instance, by 2060, about one-in-six U.S. residents will be foreign-born, the Census Bureau predicts if current legal immigration levels remain the same.
The federal agency also admits that immigration is responsible for at least half of all U.S. population growth, though some experts say immigration has become the sole driver of population growth.
Demographic data from Pew Research Center recently revealed that Hispanic Americans are set to replace black Americans as the largest minority voting bloc in the country for the 2020 election, Breitbart News noted. Similarly, Pew Research now estimates that about one-in-ten U.S. voters will have been foreign-born in the 2020 election — a trend that bodes well for Democrat politicians.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder



How Many Would Really Come if the Borders Were Open?

Analysis of a recent Gallup poll

By Matthew Sussis on May 8, 2019
A recent global Gallup poll found that 158 million adults around the world said they would migrate to the United States if they could. However, Gallup only polled adults, meaning the actual total number of people who would come to the United States is much larger because it would likely include children. Curiously, nowhere in the Gallup report are child family members mentioned. When one factors in a chain-migration multiplier, the number of potential migrants is much larger.
There are obviously a range of variables when it comes to guessing the full impact of the hypothetical migration of 158 million adults to the United States. Nonetheless, under different scenarios modeled below, we estimate that anywhere from 386 to 703 million people around the globe (adults plus children) would migrate to the United States if they could.
Of course, as Gallup notes, the number of actual migrants tends to be much smaller than the number of potential migrants. Still, these eye-opening numbers highlight the risks of an open-borders scenario, where anyone who'd like to come to the United States with their family has that option.

Scenario 1: Regional Fertility Rates

In our first scenario, we consider the fact that Gallup does not clarify which countries these 158 million adults come from, but it does tell us the total proportion of adults seeking to move to anywhere — not the United States specifically — by region. For example, 33 percent of Sub-Saharan African adults say they would leave Sub-Saharan Africa if they could; 27 percent of Latin American and Caribbean adults feel the same way.
As such, certain regions — Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East — are heavily overrepresented among potential migrants. Currently, most migrants to the United States come from Latin America and Asia, meaning in a true "open borders" scenario the migrant flow would shift more toward Africa and the Middle East where a higher proportion of people want to leave. Sub-Saharan Africans account for 14 percent of the global population, but 29 percent of total potential migrants.

Table 1. Potential Migration to the United States
Given Regional Fertility Trends and Open Borders

Pct. of Adults Seeking to Move
Total Population (millions)
Pct. of Global Population
Number of Potential Migrants (millions)
Pct. of Total Potential Migrants
No. of Potential Adult Migrants to U.S. (millions)
Fertility (children per woman)
Total Potential Immigration Including Children (millions)*
Sub-Saharan Africa
Latin America and Caribbean
Europe (non-European Union)
Middle East & North Africa
European Union
Ex-Soviet Commonwealth
Northern America
Wider Oceania
East Asia
South Asia
Southeast Asia


By applying those proportions to the 158 million adults who want to move to the United States, we can estimate the total number of potential migrants by region. For example, in this scenario we estimate that 23 million of those 158 million people would come from Latin America.
However, with regard to children, different parts of the world have different family sizes and different total fertility rates (i.e., the number of children likely to be born to a woman from that country over the course of her child-bearing years at current birth rates). Women in Sub-Saharan Africa have an average fertility rate of 4.7, whereas in East Asia that figure is just 1.6. Scenario 1 uses regional fertility rates to estimate the ratio of children to adults for each adult migrant coming to the United States.
This is an imperfect measure because it is likely that fertility rates will decline once a migrant moves to the United States. Nonetheless, our analysis includes a mix of potential future parents as well as current parents and the fertility rate remains a more precise variable than family size, which in many regions does not easily account for the proportion of dual vs. single parent homes.
Under this scenario, we estimate that 158 million adults moving to the United States would bring 227.6 million children with them, for a total migration wave of 385.6 million people.

Scenario 2: Chain Migration Multiplier

Rather than attempt to guess what the regional flows of these 158 million adults could look like, we can also consult existing academic studies for the family behavior of migrants already in the United States.
According to the most complete recent studies on chain migration, in recent years each new immigrant sponsored an average of 3.45 additional immigrants. In the 1980s, that multiplier was 2.59, or more than 30 percent lower.
In a hypothetical scenario where 158 million adults move to the United States in a short period of time, it's quite likely that the multiplier would rise even more, given that people are more likely to immigrate if they know someone else who has immigrated, and given that the multiplier has risen over time.
On the other hand, there is obviously some degree of family overlap among the 158 million adults — such as two brothers who would both come to the United States, or a husband and a wife.
Given these confounding variables in both directions, it seems most fair to simply apply the existing 3.45 multiplier to the 158 million people. Doing so would lead to an additional 545.1 million migrants, for a total migration of 703.1 million people.

DOUBLING AMERICA’S POPULATION: A tragedy in the making!
Do you want your children to face the ominous ecological, sociological and cultural clashes they will encounter with an added 50 million legal immigrants? Do you want your kids to face 100 different languages in your schools?  In Denver, my city, we must contend with 173 different languages in our classrooms.  Do you want to pay ever-increasing amounts of your taxes toward housing, feeding, medicating, educating and caring for 50 million foreign-born immigrants who lack any qualifications, any cultural affinity, and/or any educational abilities to contribute to our first world economy and society?
If you think the future will be pretty for your kids, just look at what’s happening in Detroit-istan, Minneapolis-istan, Miami-istan, Los Angeles-Mexico or the murder capital of America—Chicago.  If you think the 60,000 plus homeless living in tent cities in Los Angeles and 11,000 homeless in San Francisco can’t be solved, how do you think we will solve millions of immigrants from Africa, Indochina, India, Mexico and heaven knows where else in the world?

DYING AMERICA: Poverty, Open Borders, Widespread Homelessness, Housing Crisis, Opioids, Corrupt Politicians and Then Suicide!

"In a state like Florida, where immigrants make up about 25.4 percent of the labor force, American workers have their weekly wages reduced by perhaps more than 12.5 percent. In California, where immigrants make up 34 percent of the labor force, American workers’ weekly wages are reduced by potentially 17 percent." JOHN BINDER
"In the last decade alone, the U.S. admitted ten million legal immigrants, forcing American workers to compete against a growing population of low-wage foreign workers. Meanwhile, if legal immigration continues, there will be 69 million foreign-born residents living in the U.S. by 2060. This would represent an unprecedented electoral gain for the Left, as Democrats win about 90 percent of congressional districts where the foreign-born population exceeds the national average."
MEXIFORNIA: The Globalist Democrat Party’s Vision of America
Migrant enclaves already are at the top of the U.S. lists for bad places to live - 10 of the 50 worst places in America to live according to this list are in California, and all of them are famous for their illegal populations. MONICA SHOWALTER


California—not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia—has the highest poverty rate in the United States. According to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure—which accounts for the cost of housing, food, utilities, and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance as a form of income—nearly one out of four Californians is poor. Kerry Jackson
California’s de facto status as a one-party state lies at the heart of its poverty problem. With a permanent majority in the state senate and the assembly, a prolonged dominance in the executive branch, and a weak opposition, California Democrats have long been free to indulge blue-state ideology while paying little or no political price. The state’s poverty problem is unlikely to improve while policymakers remain unwilling to unleash the engines of economic prosperity that drove California to its golden years. Kerry Jackson
As Breitbart News reported, if chain migration is not ended — as President Donald Trump has demanded — the U.S. electorate will forever be changed, with between seven to eight million new foreign-born individuals being eligible to vote because of chain migration, and overall, an additional 15 million new foreign-born voters.
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskillhas identified California Senator Kamala Harris as the party leader on issues of immigration and race. Harris wants a moratorium on construction of new immigration-detention facilities in favor of the old “catch and release” policy for illegal aliens, and has urged a shutdown of the government rather than compromise on mass amnesty.
No Justice for Taxpaying Americans 
By Howie Carr 
But the real double standard kicks in when the undocumented Democrat gets to the courtroom. A taxpaying American can only dream of the kid-gloves treatment these Third World fiends get. 

Illegal aliens continue overwhelming the state, draining California’s already depleted public services while endangering our lives, the rule of law, and public safety for all citizens. Arthur Schaper

The costs of illegal immigration are being carefully hidden by Democrats. MONICA SHOWALTER

The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that California spends $22 billion on government services for illegal aliens, including welfare, education, Medicaid, and criminal justice system costs.  STEVEN BALDWIN
Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute has testified before a Congressional committee that in 2004, 95% of all outstanding warrants for murder in Los Angeles were for illegal aliens; in 2000, 23% of all Los Angeles County jail inmates were illegal aliens and that in 1995, 60% of Los Angeles’s largest street gang, the 18th Street gang, were illegal aliens. 

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