CAPS UPDATE 12-18-13
The Chronicle of Philanthropy is the top publication for 110,000 nonprofit leaders, fundraisers, grantmakers and others involved in philanthropic efforts. With the goal of educating these decision-makers and influencers about the negative impact on American workers of overpopulation driven by unchecked immigration, CAPS placed this ad in the current issue of the Chronicle:
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Environmentalist, political activist and CAPS Advisory Board Member Paul L. Scott also is a key team member of the Nissan of Downtown L.A. dealership.
The Santa Monica, Calif., resident recently accepted an award on behalf of the Nissan dealer for work promoting the sale and adoption of zero-emission vehicles in California. The Nissan dealer is one of only 13 recipients of the 2013 Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Awards. The awards are given to California organizations that exemplify exceptional leadership for protecting and enhancing the environment, while also promoting economic growth, according to Governor Jerry Brown.
A founding member of Plug In America and an early advocate for the 100 percent electric Nissan LEAF, Scott is a top salesman nationally for the vehicle and trains staff about the technology behind LEAF and other zero emission vehicles.
Congratulations, Paul and Nissan!
As Governor of Arizona, Janet Napolitano pushed open border policies, consistently putting the interests of illegal aliens before the interests of Americans. As head of Homeland Security for President Obama, Napolitano did the same.
So it should come as no surprise that now, as the new leader of the University of California school system, Napolitano is again putting illegal aliens ahead of Americans.
Napolitano has set aside $5 million of tax dollars to pay in-state college tuition for illegal aliens. In a system with limits, this means illegal aliens will take spots that would otherwise have gone to California kids and American kids from out of state who can’t get the U.C. in-state tuition.
It begs the question why U.S. tax dollars are paying tuition for people not even here legally instead of an American student in need of tuition assistance.
If you think this is a bad idea, please tell Napolitano!
CAPS Senior Writing Fellow and former INS agent Michael Cutler continues to be one of the toughest advocates for an immigration system with integrity. He recently traveled to Minnesota and spoke to audiences about the issues with comprehensive immigration reform as it’s being promoted in various forms.
While in Minnesota, he also met with key staffers for two members of Congress, advising them that “under no way, shape or form should millions of illegal aliens be granted lawful status and identity documents, especially considering that there would be no resources to conduct field investigations and in-person interviews.”
Cutler also recently participated in the 2013 Immigration Law Forum hosted by Briarcliffe College and the Long Island Hispanic Bar Association in New York. He was one of five influential experts on the panel.
Senior Writing Fellow Leon Kolankiewicz has written about “making babies,” exoplanets, fracking, superbugs and typhoons. No matter the topic, he consistently offers thoughtful and insightful views and analysis evaluated from the population-environment angle.
Follow his regular blog posts at the CAPS blog here.
We’re using Facebook to talk about the destructive results of rampant population growth driven by massive legal and unchecked illegal immigration. This includes economic and job-related issues, compromised environment, loss of biodiversity, weakened infrastructure, stressed educational and medical systems and overall diminished quality of life.
If you’re a FB user, please like our page, follow our posts and share any that resonate with your FB friends. Help us spread the messages that a decrease in all legal immigration is needed, illegal immigration must come to an end, and birthrates must be reduced by voluntary means!
CAPSFACT: California's population grew by 332,000 between July 2012 and July 2013 — the largest yearly increase in nearly a decade, driven primarily by immigration. San Diego Union Tribune