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Migration Crisis

John Bolton on Europe’s Migrant Crisis: ‘Only a Matter of Time Before Some of Those Terrorists Get to the United States’

Former UN ambassador John Bolton believes the impact of Europe’s ongoing migrant crisis on America is “huge” and is one of the reasons why national security “has got to be at the center of the 2016 debate” because, as he pointed out, “It’s only a matter of time before some of those terrorists get to the United States.”

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China Accuses U.S. of Racism, Plutocracy, Promoting Terrorism

Last week, the United States and 11 other countries hammered China on its appalling human rights record at the United Nations, particularly the current crackdown on dissidents and human-rights activists. China struck back on Monday, accusing the U.S. of hypocrisy and lambasting American society for rape, murder, racism, and plunder.


NPR Kicks Off 2016 Pushing Muslim Immigration, Ignoring Terror Threat

National Public Radio (NPR) listeners got 2016 off to a start by hearing a message of solidarity for Muslim refugees and against “hate groups.” NPR’s Hourly News Summary began with a story about German Chancellor Angela Merkel urging Germans to show “solidarity” with the 1 million refugees —mostly from Syria — who have streamed into Germany in the last year alone.

Obama: Syrian Refugees Are Like Pilgrims on the Mayflower

On Thanksgiving, President Barack Obama used his weekly address to call on Americans to see the Syrian refugees like Pilgrims fleeing persecution saying, “Nearly four centuries after the Mayflower set sail, the world is still full of pilgrims — men

I’ve Found the Perfect Job for All These Poor Jihadist Refugees

Last week I unveiled my plan to settle radical Islamic jihadists — or “Syrian refugees,” as the mainstream media likes to call them — in special facilities located in the heart of upper-class liberal enclaves, such as Rachel Maddow’s back yard.

Breitbart News Daily: Pamela Geller on Terror Attacks in Paris and Garland

“We’ve lost our civilizational self-esteem,” warns Pamela Geller during a Tuesday appearance on Breitbart News Daily. Geller illustrated her point by discussing the Paris terror attack and comparing it to the aborted jihadi attempt to murder her, along with hundreds of other attendees, at her Mohammed Art Exhibit in Garland, Texas. She succinctly summed up the difference between Paris and Garland as: “We had guns.”

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Justin Trudeau Vows to Bring 25,000 Syrian Refugees to Canada

In addition to withdrawing Canadian warplanes from the U.S.-led bombing campaign against ISIS, Canada’s new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has vowed to reverse his predecessor Stephen Harper’s policy and accept 25,000 Syrian refugees in Canada by the end of the year.

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Vietnamese Americans Advocate for Syrian Refugees

An Emmy-winning Vietnamese-American documentary filmmaker from Fountain Valley, California, recently launched a social-media campaign called #ICareBecause, calling attention to the Syrian migrant crisis and urging support for their absorption into the U.S.

Selfish Genes, Altruistic Politics, and the European Migration Crisis

Immigration debates are heavily infused with this politicized notion of selfishness. It’s built into the common smear of “nativist” directed at anyone who wants border security and citizenship laws taken seriously. A “nativist” is a selfish person who wants to lock the deserving poor of other nations on the other side of a border fence, instead of “sharing the wealth” of his own prosperous society. “Compassion” demands open borders and mass migration from impoverished countries into rich ones.