Editorial

DHS and The State Department’s Facts On Vetting Don’t Add Up

If the military, at the behest of  Obama, could only find 54 “worthy” Syrians out of 7000 to be trained to fight for their own country, why should we believe the testimony of the experts during the Senate Hearing on Refugee Resettlement?

They virtually guaranteed  the American people of being able to vet 85,000-100,000 Syrian Refugees slated to live in our communities over the next year.

A few of the quotes from the esteemed panel were:

“We employ the highest security measures.”-Ms. Barbara Strack, Department of Homeland Security

“There are no shortcuts on security, medical screening, processing.”-Mr. Larry Bartlett, Department of State

” We will not cut corners with security.” Mr. Matthew Emrich, Department of Homeland Security

Listening to the panel repeatedly assure the questioning senators about the reliability of their vetting process was about as enjoyable as hearing someone run their fingernails down a chalkboard. Continue reading


Inhumanity, When the Night Does Fall

Buchenwald near Weimar April 24 1945

Buchenwald near Weimar April 24, 1945 Photo: Wikipedia

“Today it is the unborn child; tomorrow it is likely to be the elderly or those who are incurably ill. Who knows but that a little later it may be anyone who has political or moral views that do not fit into the distorted new order?” – Attributed to Dr. Mildred Jefferson

Ileana Johnson

People are desensitized to violence every day – there is so much of it in real life, in computer games, and on television. The plots of Hollywood enhance cruelty, senseless and twisted insanity, tribal violence, wars, gang violence, and drug violence. Jihadi violence is on display every day. The good guys are maligned and the bad guys are celebrated, rewarded, and protected in the halls of power.

Dehumanizing and debasing entire groups of people has led to the extermination of millions and millions under totalitarian regimes of fascism, communism, socialism, and Islamism. People have short memories and seem to forget or gloss over the loss of innocent lives based on religion, ethnicity, political views, and gender. If they don’t know them personally and the numbers are so great, the horror becomes incomprehensible as if it never happened. Continue reading


Are Cities and States Prepared to Host More Refugees?

Sophie Quinton | STATELINE

Stateline is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news service of the Pew Charitable Trusts that provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state policy.

This story has been updated to reflect Germany’s increase in the number of refugees it can handle, to 800,000 from 500,000.

The U.S. plans to increase the number of refugees it takes from 70,000 to 100,000 over the next two years. New York, Los Angeles and 16 other cities have urged President Barack Obama to accept even more refugees from Syria.

But is the country—along with the aid groups that help in resettlement and local communities that receive refugees—ready for an increase in arrivals? And where will the new arrivals go? Continue reading


Plan for Halting the Refugee Resettlement Program

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Syrian refugees wait at a UNHCR distribution centre in Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan. Photo: UNHCR/J. Tanner

Every once in a while pure common sense will rise to the top of absolute buffoonery that is on display in Washington. So it is not surprising that it comes by way of Texas.

Representative Brian Babin, R-Tx., introduced legislation to halt the United Nations/State Department Refugee Admissions Program back in July. Since the virtual flood of refugees pouring into Europe is on the world stage it is now gaining support in the House.

The bill has been referred to the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, of which Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) now sits. The following, have given their backing for  H.R. 3314, named the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act of 2015, and need to hear of your support. Continue reading


Was The Roanoke Killer A Racist? A Catholic View

Christopher Manion | Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation

— We now know who inspired Vester Flanagan, the Roanoke assassin.

According to his suicide manifesto, Flanagan ‘”closely identified” with the terrorists behind the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre and the Sept. 11 attacks at the World Trade Center and Pentagon.

Is that all?

Well, Flanagan flaunted an Obama campaign button while posing on-air as an unbiased journalist on Election Day 2012.

As a devoted Obama supporter, Flanagan’s hatred of whites was undoubtedly stoked by the lies of OprahStevie Wonder, Jimmy Carter, and Eric Holder — all of whom insist that Obama’s critics are racists. Continue reading


 
 

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