Democratic Party Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2013 told the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago at their Vanguard Luncheon that Jordan, which was (and still is) in its crisis of handling refugees from the Syrian civil war, that had no hope of effectively understanding who those refugees were and which among them actually were jihadist terrorists.
[Jordan has] hundreds of thousands of refugees and they can’t possibly vet all those refugees so they don’t know if, you know, jihadists are coming in along with legitimate refugees.
President Barack Obama (D) intends to bring even more refugees into the nation, 30% more, to the tune of 110,000, of which 40,000 would be from the Middle and South Asia regions. He intends to start this in just a couple of weeks, 1 October, the start of the new fiscal year.
This time, in the Senate. The Senate tried to consider a bill that would have, among other things, denied Federal funds for sanctuary cities—cities that openly and blatantly not only accept illegal aliens but actively interfere with Federal actions taken to deal with them.
Sanctuary cities like San Francisco, where an illegal alien was protected from Federal action and who repaid the city’s forbearance by murdering a young woman. Sanctuary cities like Alexandria, VA, where illegal aliens connected to the M-13 drug cartel murdered two young men. Sanctuary cities like Los Angeles whose protected illegal alien murdered a high school boy in an LA suburb. The list goes on.
Or at least one nation of Europe….
Germany has preliminarily approved an immigrant assimilation law.
Under the draft integration law, which now goes to parliament for approval, migrants would have to fulfill certain requirements, such as taking special classes, and authorities would be entitled to decide where in the country they should live. Those who don’t comply could face sanctions.
At the same time, the integration law aims to facilitate access to the job market and to apprenticeship programs for refugees, allowing them to more quickly earn a living.
Among the requirements:
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It’s what Democrats do. Here’s another installment, this one by Democratic Party Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton:
I would create the first ever Office of Immigrant Affairs. [The office] would create a dedicated place in the White House to coordinate integration policies across the federal government and with state and local government as well.
Never mind that the private economy already is in that niche, groups like
CASA de Maryland, Refugee Council USA, the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, the US Catholic Conference of Bishops’ Migration and Refugee Services, and The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.
A couple of early warning signs for us. One I’ve written about before (here’s one such): the demographics of Social Security.
When Social Security was instituted…there were roughly 7 workers paying into the system for every retiree and a retiree lifespan in retirement was about 6 years.
Today…the number of workers paying into the system is around 3 for each retiree, and that number is falling. Then, each retiree is expected to live for 17+ years in retirement.
Now we’re seeing the beginnings of a regional realization of that demographic crisis. Although this example specifically concerns the legal industry in the Midwestern rust belt, I think it’s symptomatic of the larger problem.
That’s what the EU is trying to persuade Turkey to do according to a Wall Street Journal article.
Before I get into that, there are a couple of points of clarification that are necessary. First, there is confusion on the part of the WSJ and/or the European Union leadership regarding who it is that’s traveling. Most of the present flow consists of refugees, not migrants; although there are certainly migrants in the mix, along with terrorists.
The Schengen Agreement is a 1985 European Economic Community treaty, carried over into the European Union as the Schengen Convention, which essentially did away with border controls along the borders between participating nations. Today, those nations are the EU member nations. Schengen had, and continues to have, considerable economic benefits beginning with smoother, delay-free travel across borders for people, goods, and services; citizens of one nation being able to work in another nation; reduced costs of border policing; and on and on.
One by folks on the far right and one by The Wall Street Journal. South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (R) gave the Republicans’ response to President Barack Obama’s vaporous SOTU.
Her conservative critics unloaded. “Trump should deport Nikki Haley” went one tweet. The next morning on Fox & Friends, Donald Trump declared that Gov Haley is “very weak on immigration.”
Of course, these are slurs and comments utterly devoid of facts, as the WSJ noted.