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We The People Radio US

KCNR 1460 AM - SUNDAYS  8 - 10 AM PST


APRIL 30, 2017



CA Immigration Update

Our guest: Joe Guzzardi   

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APPEARANCES   APR 17, 2016  APR 30, 2017


About Joe

Joe Guzzardi is the National Media Director for Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), speaking out on the importance of limiting U. S. immigration through sensible federal policies. As an immigration expert with 28 years of experience, Guzzardi has been interviewed on national TV and radio programs in major California markets including NBC/CBS/FOX affiliates.

His syndicated columns on immigration have appeared in hundreds of daily newspapers as well the Huffington Post and others.

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The e-verify system information can be found here:
California Gas Tax Increase and How it "Benefits You": 
California Gas taxes:

Existing: The base excise tax is 18 cents a gallon. A price-based excise tax is currently set at 9.8 cents a gallon, for a total rate of 27.8 cents a gallon.

Nov. 1, 2017: The base excise tax will increase to 30 cents a gallon.

July 1, 2019: The price-based excise tax will reset to 17.3 cents a gallon, about half-a-cent more than the rate the Brown administration projects will be in effect by then anyway.

The 47.3-cent combined excise tax in effect July 1, 2019 will be adjusted for inflation beginning July 1, 2020.

Average annual revenue: $2.4 billion
Joe Guzzardi: Trumpís immigration grade ó A and F
Posted: 04/12/17, 7:32 AM PDT | Updated: 2 weeks, 3 days ago

President Donald Trumpís campaign promises to re-create immigration into a vehicle that helps, rather than hurts Americans, catapulted him into the White House. More than repealing and replacing Obamacare, more than withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and more than draining the swamp, enforcing immigration laws and securing the Southwest border put President Trump in the White House.,

No surprise then that President Trumpís base watches his every immigration-related move. But almost three months into his administration, even some of President Trumpís most ardent supporters shake their heads. To be sure, President Trump has earned outstanding grades on converting some of his campaign pledges into reality. But the president has totally failed on his other key campaign pledges.,

President Trump has been fulfilling his promise to rid the nation of criminal aliens. During the last two weeks, Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 84 aliens during a three-day Pacific Northwest sweep; 82 aliens in a five-day action in the greater Washington, D.C. area, and during Aprilís first week ICE apprehended 368 criminals in seven states and the District of Columbia, a 250 percent increase over the previous week. The targets included aliens that had outstanding final deportation orders and MS-13 transnational gangsters charged with sex crimes against minors. Because of vigorous enforcement, illegal border crossings are, according to the Justice Department, down 60 percent.,

On enforcement, then, President Trump earns a solid A grade. But, on the low-hanging fruit ó ending deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) and mandating E-Verify, the free, online program which ensures that employees are legally authorized to work in the United States ó President Trump has been curiously and infuriatingly silent.

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Limiting Population Growth Key to a Healthy Future
By Joe Guzzardi Apr 20, 2017

As a Californians for Population Stabilization Senior Writing Fellow, each Earth Day and on many other days during the year I address the key words that my organization strives for ó population stabilization.

Environmentalists have written volumes about the importance of achieving sustainable population. On Earth Day, politicians pay token attention to how overpopulation contributes to the environmentís fragile condition. Yet the only change since the first 1970 Earth Day is that more people have been added. Today, global population is 7.5 billion, more than three times what many consider a sustainable total, and U.S. population is 325 million, more than twice what some scientists agree is the optimum number of humans.

In the U.S., population growth is less an individual family choice than the direct result of conscious congressional decisions to expand immigration that date back to 1965. During the Senate hearing about the effect the 1965 Immigration Act might have on population, New York Senator Robert Kennedy, responding to North Carolina Senator Sam Ervinís questions, acknowledged that the legislation would eventually double U.S. population, and that mass immigration to America couldnít and wouldnít solve global overpopulation. Senators Ervin and Kennedy were right in their analysis, but wrong in their votes to pass the legislation. Both sides of the aisle overwhelmingly voted for the 1965 Immigration Act.

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