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How Millennials Are Slowing U.S. Population Growth and Enhancing Sustainability

They are stressed out. Afraid to take risks. The cheapest generation of Americans, say some, preferring to rent rather than buy, share rather than own, and yet complete spendthrifts when it comes to procuring the latest and greatest cell phones, i-pads, and other digital technologies. They marry later, have less income, and fewer children, than prior generations did at similar stages of life. And, in late 2015, millennials passed Baby-Boomers […]

Resurgent Pro-Natalism in the Trump Administration

Historically, the primary determinant of U.S. population size has been fertility – a topic associated with some of the most polarizing issues in American politics, now particularly health care policy. While net foreign immigration will soon replace fertility as the primary source of U. S. growth, shockingly high fertility rates in major sending regions (such as Africa, the Middle East, and Southern Asia) are significant drivers of immigration. Therefore, to[…]

AMERICA’S GROUNDWATER: ARE WE DOING ENOUGH TO SAVE IT?

Your gift helps publish and distribute materials like this. Click here for a downloadable, printable PDF version AMERICA’S GROUNDWATER: ARE WE DOING ENOUGH TO SAVE IT? An NPG Forum Paper by Christopher J. Daly SUMMARY “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”                       […]

Collision Course: Infrastructure and U.S. Population Growth

Your gift helps publish and distribute materials like this. Click here for a downloadable, printable PDF version COLLISION COURSE: INFRASTRUCTURE AND U.S. POPULATION GROWTH An NPG Forum Paper American infrastructure faces two enormous challenges. Much of it was built shortly after World War II, so it is outdated and has been allowed to deteriorate. Equally important: the […]

Reforming Birthright Citizenship: A Must For U.S. Population Policy

Section 1, Clause 1 of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution declares: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside.” Originally intended to protect the civil rights of freed slaves during the Reconstruction Era, the law has instead become a popular Constitutional loophole that is frequently exploited by the pro-amnesty and open-border immigration lobbies. In an effort to further their agenda of mass migration to and permanent legal settlement within the United States, these special interest groups are demanding that the U.S. adopt their interpretation of our nation’s 14th Amendment:[…]

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