Journalist and teacher, Frosty Wooldridge discussed his work campaigning against illegal immigration and the ramifications of adding 100 million people to the U.S. population by 2035. This pending overpopulation in America stems from both legal and illegal immigration, he declared, noting that 100,000 illegals enter the country every month. Overpopulation will become an irreversible crisis in the next decades," with diminished resources of water and energy, he stated. Such problems as overcrowding, traffic gridlock, and pollution will lead to a decreased quality of life, he added.
Wooldridge also noted that countries such as France, England and Holland currently have massive immigration problems. Many of these immigrants, both in Europe and the U.S., make no attempt to assimilate into their new country.
With more and more people pouring into the U.S., we're seeing a diminished middle class, with fewer opportunities for individual advancement, and a loss of personal freedom, said Wooldridge. For taking action on these issues, he offers this list.
First hour guest, columnist John M. Curtis offered analysis of the current conflict between Russia and Georgia. Russia is showing a disproportionate response to the situation and flexing its muscle as a super-power, he commented. More here.