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If Demography Is Destiny, Good News for Texas, D.C.

Surtr Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:43 PM
Were the Irish, four generations in a disaster by every metric: criminal, academic, welfare, income, and political. It's laughable for immigration enthusiasts to point to the Irish as reason to import millions of sub-85 IQ mestizos. Not that it was easy to assimilate the Irish. Their poor educations, alcohol consumption, and culture of fisticuffs made them undesirable. You dear Michael ought to just say that you 'know nothing'.
Demographics buffs get a special Christmas present every year courtesy of the Census Bureau: its annual estimates of the populations of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

This gives demographers a chance to see where the nation is growing and where it is not, and to get an idea of the destination of immigrants and of the flow of people into one set of states and out of another.

Nationally, the Census Bureau estimates that the United States has grown from 308 million people when the Census was conducted in April 2010 to almost 313 million in July 2012,...