Posts Tagged ‘ UNHCR ’

Barring The Door (Anti-Christian Discrimination)

Barring The Door (Anti-Christian Discrimination)

This month saw the admission of a record number of Syrian refugees to the United States. Nearly 500, according to the State Department Refugee Processing Center. Perhaps unsurprisingly, every single one is a Muslim. 10 Christians, in toto, have been admitted to the U.S. for FY 2016, which saw the importation of over 2,200...
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Playing With Fire

Playing With Fire

The day before our nation commemorates the largest terrorist massacre upon American soil, perpetrated by foreigners who were able to skillfully exploit this country’s lax immigration controls, word comes that the Obama administration is prepared to import 10,000 Syrian refugees into this country. Keep in mind, this is above and beyond the tens of...
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Radio Derb: Ebola and Ezekiel

Radio Derb: Ebola and Ezekiel

The past few weeks have been filled with news of dramatic happenings throughout the globe, not the least of which is the rapidly metastasizing ebola epidemic. In order to put things into proper perspective, it’s always useful to have an intelligent, rational guide who’s not captive to multiculturalist dogma and elitist groupthink. Thankfully, the...
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Reach Out And Touch Someone (Directory of State Refugee Coordinators)

James Fulford has provided a service to those of us wondering just how many unaccompanied minors will be deposited into our state, and where they’ll be taking up residence once they’re trafficked out of Texas. These cases are already flooding the docket of New York City’s immigration court, as the New York Post explains....
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The Fugees

The Fugees

One of the most harmful aspects of our nation’s current immigration policy is its manifold refugee resettlement programs, the disastrous consequences of which have been amply documented on this website. That’s why the speech Don Barnett, currently a fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies and expert on refugee resettlement in the United States,...
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