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An Open Letter to Henrietta Fore, USAID Administrator



07 April 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 14 Dear Colleague, The days of the Bush administration are coming to an end. What remaining good can those who are well-disposed towards life and family do before they turn in their keys? Steven W. Mosher An Open Letter to Henrietta Fore, USAID Administrator Dear Ms. Fore, Last November, you were confirmed to head our multi-billion dollar foreign aid agency. You are committed, you tell us, to “serv[ing] …

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US Bishops Issue a New CALL to Latinos



PRI Weekly Briefing, September 24, 2007 Vol. 9 / No. 35 2 October 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 36 U.S. Bishops issue a new CALL to Latinos More than 30 Catholic Latino businessmen and professionals from around the country gathered on 7 to 9 September in the Archdiocese of Denver for the third Catholic Latino Leadership Conference. The creation of the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) was announced at the meeting, in response to …

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President’s Page: Count America’s Blessings and Welcome Baby 300 Million



The U.S. Census Bureau announced in October that the U.S. population has passed the 300 million threshold, an increase that bodes well for all Americans and their continued prosperity. During a time when the populations of other industrialized countries were stagnant or falling, U.S. numbers continue to rise. The birth of Baby 300 Million betokens better quality of life for all Americans. The Fear-Mongers at Work Of course, many disagree. Chief among the fear-mongers is …

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Population Group Says 300 Million Americans Is Not Enough



Population Research Institute For Immediate Release Contact: Joseph D’Agostino October 16, 2006 540-622-5240 x 204 Population Group Says 300 Million Americans Is Not Enough FRONT ROYAL, Va. – Contradicting what many experts have been saying, the Population Research Institute (PRI) believes that the United States is suffering from insufficient population growth even though the U.S. Census Bureau says the American population will reach 300 million tomorrow. “When you look at the projections that show our …

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Three Hundred Million and Counting



September 8, 2006 Volume 8, Number 35  Dear Colleague: Americans should celebrate their coming 300 millionth fellow resident. But many wrong-headed commentators will be complaining. Steven W. Mosher President Three Hundred Million and Counting Sometime next month, the U.S. Census Bureau will announce that the population of the United States has reached 300 million. The USA has the world’s third-largest population, trailing far behind China (1.3 billion) and India (1.1 billion). Accompanying the 300 million milestone …

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From the Countries



Expecting U.S. Person 300 Million It is believed that the U.S. population will increase to 300 million this fall; immigrants and Hispanic newborns will largely account for the increase. Almost one-half of last year’s population increase was due to the Hispanic sector of our society; white non-Hispanics, who now make up about two-thirds of the population, accounted for less than one-fifth of the increase. It is difficult to estimate how Hispanics affected the U.S. population …

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6.5 Billion and Rising — For a Time



The experts do not agree when the Earth’s population reached 6.5 billion, but they generally agree that it has. The U.S. Census Bureau chose Feb. 25, 2006, but the United Nations Population Division (UNDP) had picked July 2005. The People’s Daily of China’s Communist Party, intent on reducing the population of the world’s largest nation by any means necessary, went with Dec. 19, 2005. Both the UN and Census Bureau believe world population will continue …

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6.5 Billion and Rising – For a Time



March 24, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 12 6.5 Billion and Rising-For a Time Dear Colleague: As the world welcomes its 6.5 billionth inhabitant, most experts and the media continue to ignore the birth dearth in favor of the overpopulation myth. Steven W. Mosher President The experts do not agree when the Earth’s population reached 6.5 billion, but they generally agree that it has. The U.S. Census Bureau chose February 25, 2006, but the United …

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