(Update January 2017: Approximate U.S. population numbers are now 325 Million people. Guesstimate figures are NON-whites 125 Million vs 200 million Whites.)
By Edwin Rubenstein
It estimated that on July 1, 2006, minorities accounted for about one-third (33.6 percent) of the U.S. population, while non-Hispanic White people made up the remaining 66.4 percent (beginning 2012 figures suggest under 63%, and still dropping)
In 1965, nine-tenths (88 percent) of the American population was WHITE.
When I reported the 100 million milestone in May, I estimated that 2038 would be the first year in which present-day “minorities” would be in the majority. As early as 2011…
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