• Lower emissions by lowering immigration-driven growth

    To achieve a long-term reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, America must work toward population stabilization. This is a daunting goal because, as of today, the U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2060 America will grow by 79 million people, with roughly 90% due to immigration.

  • Keep your cotton-pickin’ hands off!

    Let’s just forget this “build back better” nonsense. How about we try “put it back the way you found it and leave me the hell alone”?

  • Keep amnesty out of budget reconciliation

    I am dismayed that some anti-American worker and anti-legal immigrant worker Democrats are calling on Sen. Schumer and Vice Resident Harris to ignore the Senate parliamentarian and include an illegal alien amnesty in the budget reconciliation bill. In case you forgot, the parliamentarian did not mince her words; she was unequivocal that passing an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens goes far beyond its simple budgetary impact and needs to be carefully considered by Congress in standalone legislation.

  • Federal policy is exacerbating Southwest water shortages.

    In August, federal officials announced first-time cuts in water deliveries from the Colorado River to Arizona and Nevada. All while the population drawing upon the River is booming, as reported by The Salt Lake Tribune (10/7/21). Arizona, Colorado, and California gained 3.8 million people between 2010 and 2020. Nevada and Utah grew by almost a million. Yet the Census Bureau predicts America’s population will grow by another 75 million in the next 40 years, with roughly 90% of that attributable to unchecked immigration.

  • Amnesty will sink us: Oppose radical amnesty

    Please read “Bill Clinton Saved His Presidency. Here’s How Biden Can, Too.” (The New York Times, November 8). Democrats Mark Penn (adviser to the Clintons) and Andrew Stein (former president of the New York City Council) have important advice for Democrats:

  • Amend unpopular immigration policies

    New analysis from Democratic political consultant David Shor indicates that Democrats do worse when they talk about their preferred immigration policies.

  • Support S. 1522

    Constitutional rights do not end at a state border, and states are required to give full faith and credit to legal permits from other states.

  • Support H.R. 38

    Constitutional rights do not end at a state border, and states are required to give full faith and credit to legal permits from other states.

  • Dueling headlines: Remain in Mexico edition

    Then:

  • Dueling headlines: California drought edition

    Then:

  • Why does the budget reconciliation bill provide waivers for human smugglers?

    I cannot understand why Democrats are adding immigration provisions that reward human smugglers to the budget reconciliation process during a border crisis! Not only do the provisions to issue work permits to 8 million people who crossed the border illegally or overstayed a visa provide human smugglers with a great sales pitch — the provisions also include waivers to allow the human smugglers themselves to apply for green cards!

  • Requesting appointment of a special counsel

    RE: In Support of Investigations and Lawsuits Aiming to Unearth the Truth About the Real Biden Corruption Scandals

  • Oppose the immigration enforcement freeze

    In addition to amnestying millions of illegal aliens and drastically increasing legal immigration levels, the Democrats’ budget reconciliation amnesty will halt virtually all ICE interior enforcement for at least one year. Any alien in removal proceedings or subject to removal or voluntary departure orders will be allowed to apply for amnesty or will be assumed to qualify for an amnesty. This means that ICE must assume that nearly every illegal alien qualifies for the amnesty and the agency will be unable to apprehend illegal aliens and keep our nation safe.

  • Oppose Democrats’ budget reconciliation amnesty

    The Democrats’ budget reconciliation amnesty shows an abject disregard for the plight of American workers and the safety and security of our nation. Border Patrol and CPB agents need additional resources to deal with the influx of illegal economic migrants. Instead, the Democrats have chosen to use the budget reconciliation process to amnesty millions of illegal aliens, thereby exacerbating the border crisis and making it even more difficult to secure the border.

  • A devastating blow to our solvency

    Details about the huge amnesty to be included in the budget reconciliation bill are out, after being passed by the House Judiciary Committee. It’s every bit as bad as I feared, including amnesty for most of the illegal aliens in the U.S.

  • Stop the Democrats’ heinous amnesty bill

    Why are Democrats trying to force a massive amnesty on the American people when there is a crisis at the border and Americans are still out of work and suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic? The Democrats’ plans include: the DACA and DREAM amnesties, the “essential worker amnesty,” the TPS amnesty, and the DED amnesty. Millions of Americans are out of work and amnestying more than 8 million illegal aliens will only make it more difficult for them to find work.

  • Oppose any budget reconciliation bill that grants amnesty

    Democrats are making a terrible error by trying to use the budget reconciliation process to issue permanent work permits to 8 million illegal border crossers and visa overstayers. This is especially true while human smugglers and cartels make billions of dollars promising impoverished Central Americans that illegal immigration pays off.

  • Population growth and drought don’t mix

    Immigration policies exacerbate unsustainable growth of the Southwest.

  • Colorado River water shortage cannot be addressed without reducing population growth

    Water is dwindling, but the population is growing.

  • Oppose amnesty in the budget framework

    I vehemently oppose adding an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in budget reconciliation.