Refugee Resettlement Revisited And Set To Be Cut In 2018: The Facts, The Numbers

photo of Sahrawi refugee camp in Algerian desert

by Richard Cameron The number of refugees from nations plagued by civil and sectarian war, admitted to the US under the US Refugees Admissions Program  (USRAP) peaked during President Barack Obama’s final year in office (August and September 2016) and dropped considerably from October to January, continuing to drop in Donald Trump’s first year.  The below graph illustrates the numbers over the last 10 years of the program: Although refugees were brought to the US prior to USRAP – USRAP commenced formally during the Carter administration and was continued by Ronald Reagan. …

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Executive Orders vs. Signed Legislation – President Trump’s Accomplishments So Far

by Oletta Branstiter According to WhiteHouse.gov, President Trump has signed 35 executive orders, with the purpose of unraveling many of the Progressive actions by previous President Obama, but which can be undone by any future president. The most conservative of these may include: Executive Order: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements Presidential Executive Order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure Presidential Executive Order on Improving Accountability and Whistleblower Protection at the Department of Veterans Affairs Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing Statutory Prohibitions on Federal Control of…

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Will the West Fall to Islam? – America’s Complacency is Masking Sharia

by Oletta Branstiter After this weekend’s attack in London, “British authorities are investigating the third major terror attack in the UK in under three months.” This latest assault on Britain has been claimed by ISIS.  In September of 2016, Sadiq Khan, the Muslim Mayor of London, said that living with terror attacks is “part and parcel of living in a big city”. Is this the new “normal”? Have we invited the enemy into our midst? Are we reaping the harvest of our own folly? The slaughter of innocents in Nice,…

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