A bad refugee kid gone wrong has reappeared, after pleading guilty as a 17-year-old to the murder of Mary Bethell (pictured), 47, a substance-abuse counselor in Aurora, Illinois, three years earlier. Now Garang Deng, formerly of Sudan, regrets confessing to the murder and wants a new trial. It was a long strange trip getting to [...]
On Tuesday, I blogged about the explosive numbers of Syrian refugees — now two million — after several years of war but before General Obama’s military strikes. Surely more chaos in the region will cause even more people to flee the danger, and become refugees. One might reasonably fear an Obama decision to admit kazillions [...]
Does anyone think Obama’s meddling in Syria won’t end up with his admitting many thousands of suffering victims of the cruel dictator Assad? After all, the mission is a humanitarian one, we little citizens are told. No attentive adult believes this President would go to war to defend American security interests, so the do-gooder explanation [...]
Our northern neighbor shows that do-gooder aspects of immigration needn’t be masochistic self-flagellation for the receiving country. By contrast, the United States of Obama is currently doing a doormat imitation by its reaction to a new invasion gimmick of demanding asylum using just the right complaint phrase, namely that the pesticans have a “fear of [...]
It’s not enough for Obama & Co. that they may be on the brink of importing a mass population of future Democrats (i.e. 46 million in 20 years according to the CBO), but a recent project is to welcome thousands of Syrians as refugees. What could possibly go wrong?
The refugee system has been a handy [...]
In its haste to welcome the victims of the world, Washington’s rubber-stamp refugee policy has taken in a rogue’s gallery of despicable war criminals. The latest, Beatrice Munyenyezi (pictured), a commander in Rwanda’s systematic mass murder of Tutsi tribal members, is quite a piece of work, but is by no means unique in depravity.
Some of [...]
It isn’t enough for Obama and his amnesty cronies in the Gang of Eight to endanger public safety and flood the jobs market with millions of excess workers, the President has also decided to admit thousands of Syrian refugees, potentially putting national security at risk.
The decision is not a complete surprise. A big hint was [...]
I’ve been critical of Senator Paul, in particular regarding his idiotic advocacy for a bilingual America, where Spanish would be equal to English.
However, his Friday opinion piece usefully examined the problems with refugees and asylum seekers, a topic far too PC for most politicians to confront. Those groups are uber-victims, which makes them highly favored [...]
Refugees are a part of the immigration “reform” Gold Rush currently being rubber-stamped through the Senate Judiciary Committee. Well paid refugee resettlers constitute a group that wants the big flow to continue and guarantee their cushy jobs. As I noted in a recent VDARE.com article (Refugee Racketeers Writing Themselves Into Amnesty/ Immigration Surge Bill), highly [...]
Meatpacking used to be a middle-class job for Americans, illustrated in the 1990 Academy-Award-winning documentary American Dream, which showed Minnesotans fighting to maintain their wages and benefits at Hormel which had cut them despite healthy profits. Companies later discovered that illegal alien foreigners were happy to work for peanuts, and wages were lowered accordingly. However, [...]
Today CBS reporter Mark Knoller noted: “Pres Obama authorizes admission of 70,000 refugees to the U.S. in fiscal year that begins Oct 1. Down from 76K last year and 80K in 2011.” (@MarkKnoller)
He then updated with more details about the allocation of how many from what region:
Africa . . . . . . . . [...]
I heard on the radio this morning that Burmese refugee children residing in Oakland have elevated levels of lead in their blood. That would be extra-bad news, because “Just 10 micrograms of lead per deciliter of blood can permanently lower a child’s IQ by four to five points,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle, Jan [...]