One of the most underreported aspects of our policy of mass immigration from the third world, especially predominately Muslim nations, is its impact upon national security. The fact that an Iraqi refugee attempted to detonate an improvised explosive device in the middle of Arizona seems to have escaped the notice of most major media outlets. Aside from a few intrepid writers and researchers, the extent to which our government’s policy of welcoming the world has placed Americans-and others– at risk is routinely overlooked by our ostensible gatekeepers.
Notorious Islamic terrorists have not only been educated in American colleges and universities, but have held prominent positions in academe, and been feted by incumbent presidents. That’s why we’re looking forward to attending a talk by Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, later this evening at the Women’s National Republican Club. He’ll be speaking to this issue, as well as the proliferation of sharia financing-and its troubling legal and ethical aspects. Although we won’t be live-tweeting the proceedings, you can expect an analysis of his speech in the coming days.