We cannot achieve a sustainable population with current immigration levels

It’s frustrating that America’s prominent economists can’t acknowledge that economic growth does not require a relentless increase in population. We can grow our economy by using education and technology to increase productivity. With slower population growth, we can make greater progress toward resolving economic and environmental issues while boosting our productivity, and quality of life, as a nation.

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Stop the Democrat’s lame duck amnesty plans

I am concerned that lame duck Democrats will try to force an illegal alien amnesty through Congress while they still control the House of Representatives. According to one pro-illegal alien activist, the lame duck session is a “golden opportunity” to pass an amnesty, while another activist said that “another chance [to amnesty illegal aliens] likely won’t come for years.”

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Wildlife cannot thrive while Congress promotes rapid population growth.

America is experiencing a “biodiversity crisis,” which has been confirmed by the U.S. EPA’s list of endangered and threatened wildlife, now exceeding a mind-boggling 1,300 species. Habitat loss, and the consequential habitat fragmentation, are the primary reasons for this crisis, and America’s high population growth is driving these conditions. All this will become much worse if America grows by another 75 million in 40 years, as predicted by the U.S. Census Bureau, with more than 90% of this increase coming from immigration.

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Immigration-driven growth is lowering our quality of life.

During the past 20 years, America has lost more than 11.5 million acres to development. A majority of the loss was a result of the U.S. population growing by nearly 40 million people. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, our country is poised to add another 75 million people by 2060 — with roughly 90% due to immigration.

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