There's No Crisis on America's Southern Border -- the Crisis Is at Home

Except for Hispanics and evangelical Protestants, America's fertility rate during the 2000s wasn't much different from Europe's 1.5 children per female. The Hispanic rate appears to be falling, so the Pew forecast might be exaggerated. The evangelicals, meanwhile, are retaining perhaps a third of their young people. The millennial generation in the U.S. marries later, if at all, and has fewer children.