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Population Update: More Problems for Big Australia

“Big Australia” Still Spells Problems for the Land Down Under It wasn’t too long ago that NPG drew your attention to an op-ed piece in Australia’s largest-selling daily newspaper – Melbourne’s Herald Sun – titled “Politicians must play the numbers game on population growth.” Author Tom Elliott called attention to the growing problem in the Land […]

Deputy Director’s Corner

Recently, one of our most loyal NPG supporters sent me a link to this article, which appeared in the Star Tribune:  “Minnesota’s Threatened Rivers.”  The story, written by Josephine Marcotty, opens with the statement:  “The greatest river in North America begins in Minnesota.  But our pristine stretch of the Mississippi faces mounting environmental threats.”  In […]

Population Update: New Data Available!

Just released! New birth statistics and state population projections The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) has just released its latest findings on birth statistics for 2015.  (CLICK HERE to read the report.) Here are the highlights: There were 3,978,497 million births in the U.S. last year, or an average of roughly one birth every 8 seconds! […]

Deputy Director’s Corner

Recently, one of the key legislative staffers for Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL, 5th) sent me a YouTube link.  It was video of Congressman Brooks giving a speech on the U.S. House of Representatives floor – a speech titled “Brooks Urges Reevaluation of Mass Immigration Policies.”  In just 4 minutes 56 seconds, Brooks covers many of the […]

Deputy Director’s Corner

Deputy Director’s Corner NPG Deputy Director Tracy Henke can be reached by email at thenke@npg.org. Following last year’s tragic slaying of 32-year old Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco – and the terrible consequences of that city’s blatant refusal to enforce federal immigration laws, the issue of sanctuary legislation began receiving a new burst of national […]

Growth in the Chesapeake Bay

Recent articles in Politico and the Bay Journal have called attention to the significant environmental stress within the Chesapeake Bay area.  One article references “The war over Chesapeake Bay,” when discussing the controversial clean-up plan launched by the Obama administration several years ago.  In another, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Gina McCarthy highlights a […]

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