A new wave of mass immigration is doubling the U.S. population within the lifetime of today's children. More than 80 million people have been added to the U.S. population since 1970, and most of this increase is due to immigration.

Many Americans are moving to Georgia every year from high-immigration states like California, New York and Florida to escape the high housing prices, high taxes, overcrowded schools and urban sprawl. Many immigrants are now bypassing these same overcrowded states and moving to states like Georgia as well. The result is longer commutes, higher housing prices, crowded classrooms, more pollution and depletion of natural resources, and the conversion of more and more open land to urban sprawl.

If you think that the U.S. should return to more traditional levels of immigration, there's good news: the majority of Americans agree with you. The bad news is that most of our elected representatives don't seem to care! Many of them have decided to sell us out to the cheap labor lobby or pander for the votes of people who don't even live here yet.

Are silence and apathy the legacy you want to leave your children and grandchildren? If not, please join us NOW—before the population doubles again.



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