refugees

Joe Biden’s Delaware to Finally Get Refugees; Biden Cosponsored 1980 Refugee Act

In September, The Washington Times published my Op-Ed that noted an amazing coincidence. Despite the D.C. elite’s refugee resettlement enthusiasm, only a tiny handful of refugees – nine at last count – had been placed in upscale Northern Virginia.

Struggling Youngstown Targeted as Refugee Resettlement Center

During my recent week-long trip to Canada, one of my biggest takeaways was local citizens’ resistance to the Trudeau government’s commitment to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees. Although the press has published stories that are mostly supportive of Trudeau and his mission, many Canadians are skeptical.

Under Pressure, State Dept. Makes Chilling Admissions about Refugee Admissions

Even President Obama’s State Department admits that ISIS terrorists are infiltrating refugee camps in Turkey and Jordan.

Norway Builds Fence to Stem Refugee Tide; U.S. Enters Second Decade of Ignoring Legislation that Mandates Fence

Protecting the border and defending national sovereignty is a concept that has increasing global appeal. As the worldwide refugee crisis accelerates, more nations – including some that pride themselves on their willingness to accept migrants – have announced plans to secure their borders.

TPS Rears its Ugly Head Again: More Syrians Protected, Work Authorized

Temporary Protected Status (TPS), the federal government’s long-standing scheme to give illegal aliens de facto amnesty, has just been taken to a new, scandalous and, considering heightened terrorism concerns, frightening level.
 

Explaining to the White House Who Americans Really Are

As the old saying goes, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Like many often repeated aphorisms, the phrase may be trite, but it’s true.

Good for the Brits! Brexit Brings Renewal of Democracy

Tremendous Immigrant Flows into the UK Were a Factor in Vote
 

The Week in (Bad) Immigration News

While immigration enforcement advocates are familiar with bad news, this week was particularly tough.

First, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s latest report showed that agents apprehended more than 38,000 illegal aliens at the U.S.-Mexico border in April, the highest number caught since the June 2014 border surge of 27,000 aliens. The April total included 5,129 unaccompanied alien children and 5,516 family units.

Latest Refugee News from Sweden, Denmark: Conditions Deteriorating Rapidly

Now that the Obama administration has decided to reduce refugee vetting to a mere three months, an alarming report from Sweden shows that slowing migrant resettlement would be a better idea.

CAPS Encourages Resettling Refugees Close to Their Home Countries

The presidential primaries have distracted Americans from the ongoing threat to public safety that the Obama administration’s refugee resettlement program represents. The administration has committed, despite public opposition, to accepting 10,000 Syrian and Iraqi refugees in 2016 which will bring the annual worldwide refugee total coming to the United States this year to 85,000.

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