Says a Strong Border Must Be Coupled with a Commitment for More Interior Enforcement. Citing the fact that both legal and illegal immigration will soon be the driving force behind our nation’s population growth, NPG President Donald Mann called on the nation’s leaders to use the current stalemate over border wall funding to launch a major national drive for a full-scale overhaul of America’s immigration policies.
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Click here to download a PDF of this release. NPG FORUM PAPER HIGHLIGHTS SUB-SAHARAN IMMIGRATION INTO THE UNITED STATES Large Number of Arrivals Skew NPG’s Goal for Sustainable U.S. Population Alexandria, VA – Negative Population Growth has released a new Forum Paper related to the influx of immigrants from Sub-Saharan Africa and their impact on U.S. […]
As 2018 rushes to a close, Donald Mann, the president of Negative Population Growth, a national grassroots organization fighting for responsible immigration policies, has openly denounced the Congressional leaders of the 115th Congress.[…]
Negative Population Growth (NPG) is pleased to issue its seventh Forum Paper for 2018, with the publication and distribution of Feminism, Migration, And Population Policy: A Letter To My Friends, authored by Lindsey Grant.
NPG President Mann applauded the publication of this important paper by Grant by stating: “For many years Lindsey[…]
Click here to download a PDF of this release. New NPG Forum Paper Exposes Many Flaws in Refugee and Asylee System Calls for Massive Overhaul to Prevent Fraud and Corruption Alexandria, VA – NPG President Donald Mann is pleased to release a new NPG Forum paper titled America’s Insane Asylum Policy Threatens National Security by […]
Population Growth Continues to Threaten Fragile Waterways Across the Country. Americans have a deep and historic love for their rivers, estuaries, and lakes says NPG President Don Mann. But are they loving them to death? They place enormous and at times conflicting demands on the nation’s tens of thousands of waterways: pure water for drinking and industrial use, plant and home sites[…]