Negative Population Growth leaders have announced this year’s winners of the organization’s Annual Essay Scholarship Contest. Six students from across the U.S. will receive checks ranging from $2,000 to $750 to put toward their annual tuition[…]
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Increased fertility and continued population growth should be expected.
Don Mann, President of Negative Population Growth (NPG) hails the release of a new NPG Forum Paper by chief researcher Ed Rubenstein, 1965 and All That: Federal Laws that Increase Population and Illegal Immigration[…]
Calls for Shift in Immigration Policy to Restore Fairness to the Labor Market
Many observers have been voicing growing uneasiness about the degradation in the conditions facing America’s working and middle classes in the past few decades. To what degree are stagnating wages, decreasing prospects for mobility and the hollowing out of the middle class attributable to immigration? More importantly, what can we do to halt the worsening of the condition of the country’s workers?[…]
Says Accurate Count of People in U.S. Must Be a Top Priority. Negative Population Growth’s President Donald Mann has stepped forth to put the weight of his organization behind those who oppose including a citizenship question in the 2020 U.S. Census. In the wake of a growing national controversy, many people are charging that the recent decision to return to […]
“Bold Claims for Renewable Energy Simply Do Not Hold Up”
Does the answer to winning the battle against climate change lie in turning over great swaths of land and coastal waters to massive solar and wind farms? According to a newly released study by Negative Population Growth (NPG) the answer is a definite “NO!” […]
Introducing NPG’s new Forum paper on immigration’s effects on the crowding, spiraling costs, and underperformance of the nation’s K-12 public schools, NPG President Don Mann called the work another reminder that stagnating educational quality is one of America’s many social and demographic challenges that would be greatly eased by a smaller U. S. population.[…]