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Sanctuary Neighborhood Prepares to Repel Invaders

Arlandria is a sanctuary neighborhood in a sanctuary city next to a sanctuary county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Residents there are worried about a caravan of Prius–driving invaders that threaten to change the culture of the neighborhood. This concern requires some clarification. Arlandrians aren’t opposed to semi–literate identity thieves sneaking across the border to depress US wages, burden the ...

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Democrat’s Latest: Jim Crow Meet Juan Canto

It’s been a decade since I agreed with the Democrat platform, but I must give the party a great deal of credit for its consistency. There is a direct correlation between Democrats in 2018 fighting to increase their political power by demanding vote–less illegal aliens be counted in the census; and Democrats in 1818 demanding equally vote–less slaves continue to ...

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Five Myths About the Citizenship Question

The citizenship question is “new” and “controversial.” There is nothing new in asking about citizenship on the census, and it’s only controversial to CNN. With a handful of exceptions, a question about citizenship (or naturalization) has appeared on every census since its inception in 1790. For the first few decades of our new country, when American citizenship was in flux, ...

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California Sues Trump Administration For Census Citizenship Question

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  by Ryan Pickrell The state of California is suing the Trump administration for allegedly violating the Constitution by adding a question inquiring about citizenship to the 2020 census questionnaire, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. The Department of Commerce, carrying out a request from the Department of Justice, announced Monday that a citizenship question will be included in the census to better ...

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Fewer Immigrants and Newborns, More Elderly Slow U.S. Population Growth

WASHINGTON, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Lower immigration levels, population aging, and declining fertility rates are driving a decline in U.S. population growth, according to a new Population Reference Bureau (PRB) analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. Between 2010 and 2011, the U.S. population increased by 0.7 percent, after averaging 0.9 percent growth each year from 2000 through 2010, reported Mark Mather, PRB associate vice president ...

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White: The New Minority

According to a new census bureau report, whites of European ancestry account for less than half of newborn children in the united states. For the first time in America’s history, Caucasians are no longer the largest newborn generation. Demographics have been changing in the United States for decades. Anyone over the age of fifty would have grown up in a country ...

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Census Workers Point Out Deficiencies in Current Operation

The Census director, Dr. Robert Groves, posted a kickoff letter for the Census workers as they head out to count those that did not return their census forms.  The letter is the stuff a cheer leading boss of 50,000+ new hires might give and didn’t immediately strike me as newsworthy, then I started reading the comments from the census workers ...

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