Trump was right: Only 23 per cent of Flemish feel safe in Brussels

Migrant riots, street fights and terror attacks: Brussels surely isn’t the place to be in Belgium and is starting to look like Trump’s “hellhole”. Now even the Belgians agree with that, because most of them don’t feel safe anymore in their capital. Migrant riots in Brussels – YouTube screenshot According to an “IPSOS” poll with […]
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Tanzania: UN and US open new processing center to move Congolese refugees to the US more expeditiously

And, yippee it is ahead of schedule as we once again lead the world in helping the United Nations clean out camps around the globe! Coming to America thanks to the UN! I think what is happening here is that since the Obama Administration promised a few years ago to admit 50,000 from the DR […]
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NY Times: In FY 2017, record number of Somalis were deported from US to Somalia

Adding more information to the strange story we reported yesterday about an ICE flight to Africa carrying 92 Somalis destined to go home to Somalia but instead did a U-turn and returned to the US after landing in Senegal. Minnesota immigration lawyer Kim Hunter talked to the NY Times about her Somali clients.  http://www.kimhunterlaw.com/staff/ The NY […]
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Plane with deportees lands in Africa and then returns to US without dropping off Somalis

This is a very strange story this morning at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Thanks to reader Margaret for sending. When the ICE plane touched down in Dakar, seems there was a problem getting a crew that had enough rest in order for the nearly 6,000 mile upcoming leg of the trip to continue from Dakar […]
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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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Politifact: There is no way to get at the true cost of resettling refugees in the US

This is a story I missed in September right after the President spoke at the UN General Assembly.  Thanks to reader Brenda for sending it our way. We know this is true and it has been frustrating over the years when I’ve been unable to tell readers exactly what it does cost the US and […]
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US Conference of Catholic Bishops not happy with the President

So what else is new.  The USCCB, as readers know, is one of the nine major federal resettlement contractors*** that is being financially hurt by the slowdown in the refugee flow to Your Town, USA. But, they never tell the public that piece of important information when they wail about federal refugee policy changes. I […]
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Every 2 US migrants bring 7 relatives study shows

Previously unreleased data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) show that the number of foreign relatives who enter the US thanks to a family member, has resulted in what is known as “chain migration”. Breitbart quoted data showing that chain migration is the largest driver of legal immigration, with every two new immigrants bringing […]
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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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Supreme Court says Trump travel ban can be enforced for now

Truth be told, I never fully immersed myself in the travel ban issue as I saw it as separate from what I’ve been concentrating on. I’ve thought from the beginning that the President should never have mixed the two issues (US Refugee program and a travel restriction) in that first Executive Order and thus thoroughly […]
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