Los Angeles County Population Reaches 10 Million Diverse Residents

A corner of southern Crowdifornia arrived at an undesirable milestone in 2013, when Los Angeles County became the most populous county in America with an even 10 million souls as of last July.

The LA Times tippy-toed around in its coverage, not being too boosterish though crowdiness is good for business. The paper probably didn’t want [...]

California in Severe Drought, but Senate Amnesty Would Admit Millions More Residents

At 38 million residents, California is overpopulated from a water supply standpoint. Any normal reduction of rainfall for several years is now a source of concern that rationing is likely to follow. The state has had two years of sub-normal rain which puts a strain on water supply for drinkers, farmers and fishermen. Plus, long [...]

California & USA: Immigrants Keep Coming

Growth enthusiasts are relieved! Even a depression-lite economy of years duration won’t keep immigrants out, according to recent Census numbers. (Maybe the foreigners heard about the current administration’s generosity with free stuff for everybody.)

Whatever the reason, immigrants continue to pile in, even while citizens lower their baby production on account of tight family finances. The [...]

England Is #6 in Population Density

William Blake referred to “England’s green and pleasant land” in his poetic work Jerusalem, but a couple decades of crazed immigration has transformed the country into a very crowded place, with more pavement grey and less green — to the point where England has become the sixth densest nation on earth.

Even worse, quite a number [...]

Census: Hispanic Population Growth Misunderestimated

What a surprise: the Census projected hispanic growth at less than it turned out, as has often been the case of the Census dealing with immigration effects in general.

When the 2000 Census was released, the actual population (281,421,906) was around six million more than the Bureau had guessed for its domestic counter. (Which today puts [...]