• Secure the border and Black worker gains

    Please work to protect Black worker gains by including by H.R. 2 in any funding bill.

  • Please save our wilderness

    • Reduce America’s high population growth.
  • Pass H.R. 2 to end the border crisis

    I cannot understand why Congress is considering a massive “border security” funding bill that does not include significant policy changes. Additional supplemental funding will not solve the border crisis, it will just make it easier for the Biden administration to manage the crisis its failed policies have created. This additional funding is intended to allow them to manage the situation better by processing illegal economic migrants more quickly so they can be released into the U.S. in higher numbers. Unfortunately, allowing illegal aliens to enter the U.S. more quickly will only exacerbate the problem by encouraging more illegal economic migrants to cross the border and make fraudulent asylum claims.

  • Migrant surges worsen our housing crisis

    • Include H.R. 2 in funding bill.
  • Housing supplies cannot keep up with immigration

    • We need H.R. 2.
  • Attach H.R. 2 to must-pass legislation to end the border crisis

    The ongoing crisis at the U.S. / Mexico border will not end unless Congress takes steps to change the government’s immigration and border policies. H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act, would end the crisis by:

  • America needs The Secure the Border Act

    Immigration-driven population growth like the migrant crisis can exacerbate the effects of extreme weather events, with the stakes (e.g., tax dollars, property, and lives) getting higher every year.

  • Use the must-pass Continuing Resolution to pass H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act

    The must-pass Continuing Resolution is a great opportunity to pass H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act. This legislation, if passed, would help to end the crisis at the U.S. / Mexico border. This legislation would:

  • Please cosponsor Sen. Cruz’s Secure the Border Act to end the border crisis!

    Sen. Ted Cruz has introduced the Senate version of the House-passed H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act. This legislation, if passed by the Senate, would help to end the crisis at the U.S. / Mexico border. This legislation would:

  • Border enforcement, not more grants, is the solution for overburdened cities

    It frustrates me that, instead of securing the border, the Administration is allocating large grants that do not even cover the costs of cities overburdened with the migrant crisis.

  • The burden of the border crisis should not fall on black communities

    It is high time that the needs of black Americans be reflected in the nation’s immigration policies. I look to support political candidates who will take immediate action to remedy immigration policies that are detrimental to black communities.

  • Stop the catch-and-release shell game — reestablish the Migration Protection Protocols!

    I hope you and your colleagues don’t buy the misleading border apprehension statistics the administration peddling. While the administration likes to tout statistics showing apprehensions are down, these do not tell the whole story: illegal aliens who turn themselves in and request asylum at ports of entry are not counted as “apprehensions.” To make matters worse, these illegal aliens are then given work permits and allowed to move throughout the United States until their hearing dates (which will be scheduled several years later).

  • Social cohesion is being lost in our expanding cities.

    Our beautiful nation has become stricken with immigration-driven population growth even though most Americans want slower population growth. Urban sprawl, and the subsequent loss of community cohesion, will only worsen as our population continues to soar by millions every year. The Census Bureau predicts that the U.S. population will soar to 404 million by the Year 2060, with more than 90% due to immigration.

  • No end to the border crisis. Include H.R. 2 in the Continuing Resolution.

    It infuriates me that border crossings rose in July, proving that the end of the border crisis is nowhere in sight. I hope that the Senate will use the fiscal year appropriations process to include provisions in the House-passed H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act, in the Continuing Resolution.

  • Immigration policies add further strain to groundwater supplies

    America’s underground water supplies are being severely depleted (The New York Times, 8/28/23). The “mining” of groundwater causes critical problems and is happening across America, especially in arid areas with runaway urban sprawl.

  • Help our overburdened communities by ending catch-and-release policies

    I urge you to work to end current catch-and-release policies.

  • Federal policy is exacerbating groundwater shortages

    The New York Times recently (8/28/23) reported that America’s underground water supplies are being severely depleted. The “mining” of groundwater causes critical problems and is happening across America, especially in arid areas with runaway urban sprawl.

  • Attach H.R. 2 to the Continuing Resolution

    The must-pass Continuing Resolution is a great opportunity to pass H.R. 2, the Secure the Border Act. This legislation, if passed, would help to end the crisis at the U.S. / Mexico border. This legislation would:

  • The environment suffers as population rises

    Business interests want perpetual growth, but Americans need to face the reality that our country’s biodiversity/wildlife habitat and quality-of-life are irreparably damaged as we add millions to our population every year. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, our population is projected to soar to 404 million by the year 2060, with more than 90% due to immigration.

  • Serenity is difficult to find

    America’s remaining open spaces, especially our majestic national parks, are being “used to death.” As our population grows, parks and beaches cannot keep up with the demand. Unless America can achieve a stable sustainable population, the trampling of our remaining open spaces will worsen. This is why Congress must revisit our immigration policies. The Census Bureau projects the U.S. that 75 million people will be added to America’s population by the Year 2060, with roughly 90 percent of that growth due to immigration.