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Former ICE Head: Throngs of Illegal Immigrants Allowed in US for Political Power

WEST HAMBURG, Pa.—Despite a historically high number of people coming across the United States border in 2021, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had a historically low number of arrests and removals. “That’s on purpose,” according to Thomas Homan, former acting director of ICE under President Donald Trump. Homan worked under six presidents but says this one is different. “President Biden is the first president in the history of this nation who came into office and intentionally unsecured the border,” he said during a conversation on Jan. 20 in Pennsylvania, about the local effects of unchecked immigration beyond border towns. The event, attended by about eight Pennsylvania county sheriffs and some state and local lawmakers, was hosted by Berks County Sheriff Eric Weaknecht, the Patriot Caucus, and Berks County Patriots, a well-established Republican club that typically draws several hundred people to its monthly meetings. Homan also spoke at a meeting of …

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The End Of Natural Population Growth?

The End Of Natural Population Growth? The number of countries experiencing more deaths than births in a given year is steadily increasing. As Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, an analysis of U.N. data by the Federal Institute for Population Research out of Germany shows that the “natural balance” of births and deaths is declining worldwide, causing aging and even decreasing populations. You will find more infographics at Statista Germany was the first country in the world to experience a surplus of deaths. Every year since 1972, fewer people were born there than died. Before 1990, this also started happening in Hungary (1982) and the Czech Republic (1986). By the middle of the current century, however, all countries in Europe, with the exception of Norway and Sweden, are expected to see natural natural population growth turn negative. Populous countries such as Brazil and China are also projected to experience this change before 2050. Past 2100, most naturally growing countries will be found in Africa, with some also persisting on the Arabian Peninsula, in Oceania and in Central Asia. Sweden is the only European country expected to keep up natural population growth past that date. But a surplus of deaths does not automatically mean that a population is shrinking. Migration also plays a major role in the equation and can prop up population growth if a country is able to attract (and willing to admit) enough migrants. Germany, despite its long history of net negative births, benefits from an immigration surplus, meaning that more people immigrate to the country than emigrate in most years, with the effect that its population continues to grow slightly. Other European countries – mainly in the Eastern part of the continent – have been less successful in fostering immigration, which caused their overall population growth to turn negative.

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By The Numbers, A Failing President

By The Numbers, A Failing President Authored by Pat Buchanan, If the left believed that draping the Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021, around the neck of former President Donald Trump and the party that refused to repudiate him would sink the GOP, it appears to have miscalculated. For, as the left painted the Capitol riot as an “armed insurrection,” “domestic terrorism,” “attempted coup,” and political atrocity that stands beside Pearl Harbor and 9/11 as “a day that will live in infamy,” Republicans were displacing the Democrats as America’s first party. Democrats began 2021 as the preferred party of 49% of the country. Only 40% identified as Republicans. When 2022 began, the standings had been reversed. Forty-two percent of Americans identified as Democrats, and 47% as Republicans, a turnaround of 14 points. While President Joe Biden began 2021 with an approval rating in the mid-50s, he ended the year with an approval rating in the low 40s. One national poll showed Biden’s approval rating sinking to 33%. On Wednesday, a Politico/Morning Consult survey came out that showed that 37% of Americans awarded Biden a grade of “F” for his first year, with another 12% giving him a “D.” School kids with grades like that risk being held back a year or expelled. On his handling of the issues of immigration and restoring national unity, 40% of Americans flunked Biden. On the economy, 38% gave him an “F.” Also, in that Politico survey, 68% of respondents said America is on the “wrong track,” more than twice the number who believe she is heading in the “right direction.” In this same survey, Biden’s overall approval stands at 40%. What is the message that the totality of these numbers conveys? Democrat and media obsession with Jan. 6, their vast exaggeration of what happened,

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