Roy Beck


He is an American journalist and author best known for his work on immigration reform. He is the founder and president of NumbersUSA, a non-profit organization seeking to reduce legal and illegal immigration to the United States. Beck has been a leading voice in the movement to restrict immigration and has helped shape the debate on this issue for over two decades. In addition to his work with NumbersUSA, he has also written several books on immigration, including The Case Against Immigration and Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them. Beck is a controversial figure, but there is no doubt that he has significantly impacted the debate over immigration in the United States.

Roy Beck was born in North Carolina in 1962. Beck began his career as a newspaper reporter, working for The Asheville Citizen-Times and The Charlotte Observer. He later became a freelance writer, and his work has appeared in several publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and National Review. In 1994, he founded NumbersUSA, which quickly became one of the most influential anti-immigration organizations in the country.

The group has been credited with helping to kill several pieces of pro-immigration legislation, including the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007. In addition to his work with NumbersUSA, Beck is a regular commentator on Fox News and has appeared on numerous other television and radio programs. He currently resides in Virginia with his wife and two children.

Roy Beck is a highly polarizing figure, and his views on immigration have made him a lightning rod for criticism. His opponents accuse him of being anti-immigrant and xenophobic. At the same time, his supporters praise him for his courage in speaking out against what they see as an uncontrolled influx of immigrants into the United States.

Roy is also a philanthropist, donating his time and money to various causes. One of his most recent philanthropic ventures is Roy’s Rainforest, a project that aims to protect and preserve rainforests worldwide.

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