The replacement of traditional American people continues briskly, according to Census projections out to 2060. In the near term, the US population will reach a record high percentage of immigrants in 2023, just eight years from today.
The Center for Immigration Studies issued an analysis of the Census report which includes the chart below:
The 13-page Census […]
Congress is back in Washington today after a two-week recess, and Senator Sessions hasn’t wasted any time in getting back to work. His office posted an informational press release with an illustration showing the coming decade’s gross number of legal immigrants compared with the combined populations of seven American cities:
Does America need 10 million […]
Across the pond, UKIP leader Nigel Farage has been pounding British mainstream parties with their failure to stop the excessive immigration that has been plaguing the island with hostile Muslims and job-grabbing Eastern Europeans.
Farage has been refreshingly fearless in telling the unpleasant truths about immigration, particularly that multiculturalism has been a failure and a moratorium […]
Africa-born people are currently in the news, in a bad way, given the spread of ebola to America in recent days.
As it happens, this week the Census released a 10-page report about Africans in the US: The Foreign-Born Population From Africa: 2008-2012.
It has numerous charts and tables like the map below, showing the location of […]
The new Census release informs us that a record 41.3 million foreign-born persons reside in the United States as of 2013, comprising 13.1 percent of the population, the highest proportion in 93 years.
In another sign of growing diversity, the WSJ on Sept. 24 reported Limited English Limits Job Prospects: Study Finds 1 in 10 Working-Age […]
The leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, is a rare politician calling for a moratorium of immigration, because of the harm to society as he remarked: “Four million net migrants in the last 13 years to Britain represents an astonishing social change, and one that people simply don’t want.”
When the Swiss voted in […]
The newsprint title of Friday’s front-page Washington Times story is “Germans sell their own version of the American dream,” including a photo of the new diversity:
The narrative is a familiar one: many native Germans are retiring and business needs more worker bees to do the jobs. At least Germany is looking for skilled persons capable […]
The Washington Post has a curiously honest look at a school in Fairfax County, Virginia, where kindergartens are very diverse indeed. Immigration has imported poor, non-English-speaking children into a formerly white middle class area with predictable results. The foreign kids need the usual expensive special treatment, from ESL to remedial instruction and free food.
Below, extreme […]
Somehow the people of Singapore missed the message from elites that massive diverse immigration is the best idea ever. Average folks have showed up in the thousands to protest the importation of foreign workers, including a group on this year’s May Day, even though public demonstrations are rare events there.
Below, thousands of Singaporeans protested immigration […]
For years, Victor Davis Hanson has been reporting the demographic changes from Fresno County in central California. A favorite of mine is The Civic Education America Needs about the education experience he had in the early 1960s where his diverse school taught American values.
A recent spill from his bike put Hanson into the hospital, and […]
One hears a lot of crazy talk from Texans about how their rock-solid conservatism will withstand efforts of Democrats to turn the state blue. Oh, we’re not like nutty California, they sniff. But confidently conservative Texans are whistling past the demographic graveyard.
Below, amnesty supporters marched on May Day 2008 in Los Angeles.
Immigration turned California from […]
The Associated Press has plopped out an article that is rather curious. It worries over the idea that immigrants are increasingly living in communities of “racial isolation.” The scribbler visits California farm town Watsonville and frets that nearly everyone is Mexican and speaks Spanish. A hispanic who was the first mayor of his ethnicity observed, […]