Resettle Rohingya ‘refugees’ in Muslim countries where they can have a future

When I saw this opinion piece in The Hill my first thought was: oh no, not another politically correct B.S. whine-fest about the ‘plight’ of the Rohingya people of Bangladesh and Burma (aka Myanmar).   Buddhist monks protest against the so-called Rohingya.   I thought I knew what was coming—that the US and other Western […]
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EU suing countries that refuse migrants

Pressure from Brussels is being ratcheted up against the so called Visegrad three (there were four!) to take thousands of those illegal migrants that have ‘made their way’ across the Mediterranean or came in via Turkey to Greece and are now piled up in Italy or Greece. I’m calling them migrants because in most cases […]
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White House “New Senior Adviser for Refugees” still a mystery

Over a week ago, the Heritage Foundation tooted their horn in an e-mail that they had visited the White House with their “Roadmap for Reform” for the US Refugee  Admissions Program. You learned about that visit here. In their e-mail Heritage said this: Last Thursday, they briefed Admiral Hall on their report at the National […]
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Arrogant Church World Service closes doors in Poughkeepsie

“And when half the community didn’t agree with this program, they were called racists, bigots and so on.” (Poughkeepsie resident David Cole)   We reported about ten days ago that this was in the cards for Church World Service’s resettlement office where citizens complained “loudly” that they  opposed the opening in the first place, but […]
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Twin Falls, ID ‘Interfaith’ group to celebrate diversity today after “hate crime” in October

Get ready Humboldt, TN because in a few years your small city (that is now welcoming a labor-hungry meatpacking plant) will have the joys of diversity visited upon you too. For new readers Chobani Yogurt (BIG YOGURT) in Twin Falls is one of several food processing factories to enjoy the refugee labor being sent their […]
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