Roy Beck

Roy Beck is the co-founder and President of NumbersUSA, which seeks to reduce legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Roy Beck is also the author of several books on immigration reform, including The Case Against Immigration: The Moral, Economic, Social, and Environmental Reasons for Reducing U.S. Immigration Back to Traditional Levels and Amnesty: How You Can Beat the New Immigration Law.

He has appeared in numerous media outlets nationally and internationally to discuss his views on immigration reform in America.

Roy Beck was born in 1957 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is an Eagle Scout, a graduate of the University of New Orleans, and a member of the board of trustees for Louisiana College.

His immigration-reduction views have been widely reported in the national media. He is a frequent guest on Fox News programs such as The O’Reilly Factor with Bill O’Reilly, Redeye with Greg Gutfeld, and The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly. He was also featured in the 2011 book The Great Surge, The Reconquista of the United States.

Beck is a graduate of the University of New Orleans. He is also a graduate of Louisiana College in Pineville, Louisiana, and lives in Naples, Florida, with his wife, Kristi. He has two children—Rianna and Nolan Beck—and five grandchildren: Logan, Jayden, Katelyn, Rianna, and Nolan Jr.

Beck’s father was a lawyer for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and the Sierra Club, had a passion for writing, and was the author of six books. Roy Beck was also an outspoken anti-immigration activist and ran for President on an immigration reduction platform in 1976.

Roy Beck has been labeled as a right-wing by the progressive media watchdog group Media Matters For America due to his immigration reform policies. He has also publicly debated immigration with notable liberals such as former Texas Democratic Representative Tom DeLay, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, United States Senator Chuck Schumer, and Professor Jared Diamond.

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