Highest percentage of foreign-born since 1910 Sept 29, 2019 Confirming the largest ethnic shift in more than a century, the U.S. Census Bureau released a survey finding a record 13.7% of the U.S. population, about 44.7 million people, were born in another country. The annual American Community Survey comes amid a contentious debate about … More Census: Shocking number of non-citizens live in U.S.
July 7, 2019 by Jim Hoft On June 27th the United States Supreme Court ruled on the census citizenship question. SCOTUS sent it back to a lower court. The decision essentially blocked the citizen question from the 2020 census. Back in April the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on whether the Trump administration can include a … More 2000 US Census Asked Citizenship Question, Obama Deleted it in 2010, Trump wants it back
July 7, 2019 By Clarice Feldman When Obama didn’t like a court order, he ignored it. In fact , he exceeded the constitutional bounds of his office at least 10 times,notes Ilya Shapiro. He did it in intervening in Libya without even notifying Congress; in subverting creditors’ rights in the Chrysler bailout; in his administration’s implementation of … More How Many Divisions Does Chief Justice Roberts Have?
July 3, 2019 by sundance Last night President Trump sent a series of tweets that seems to be disconnected from most reporting on the 2020 Census. Originally, after the DOJ lawyers informed litigantsin the case about the census going to print, everyone believed the 2020 census questionnaire would not include the citizenship question. Then last night this: …And then this morning, THIS: … More 2020 Census Questionnaire – Citizenship Question – Not Surrendered
Lower court had removed item from 2020 questions Feb 15, 2019 The decision by a federal district judge to eliminate a citizenship question from the 2020 Census will be reviewed by the Supreme Court. The Census questionnaire is scheduled for printing this summer. USA Today reported Judge Jesse Furman said that, based on the presumption illegal aliens would be … More Supremes to decide on Census asking about citizenship