Entries by Ann Corcoran

VIDEO: U.S. immigration lawyers: Go North! Canada: NON! [English, NO!]

Sticking it to President Trump in January 2017, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, welcomed one and all to Canada… Justin Trudeau’s view on Diversity in 2016. ….now two years later it is oopsy! Never mind! Here are the opening paragraphs in the New York Times on January 28, 2017: OTTAWA — As President Trump’s executive order on immigration […]

Somali who stabbed two in Mall of America says it was an ‘act of Jihad’

Americans will not be safe as long as “your country is at war with Islam.” — Mahad Abdiaziz Adbiraham But, surprise! Authorities have not yet decided to bring terrorism charges against him. For background on Adbiraham, go here. Adbiraham is most likely a refugee, or the child of a refugee, because almost all Somalis in the U.S. […]

Trump is right! Don’t bring Africa to America

This is an incredible report from Karin McQuillan at American Thinker thanks to reader George for sharing it. Entitled: What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right It is one woman’s account of a year in Africa in which she describes the huge cultural chasm between African countries and America and she begins with […]

Top refugee official leaving — more evidence migrant slowdown continues

We reported here on January 1 that the Trump refugee numbers, at the present rate of arrival, would come in at half of the CEILING of 45,000 set for FY18. By the way, George Bush had two years that saw refugee admissions in the 20,000 range. Trump will set a record if he comes in below George W. […]

Refugee Numbers are Low for First 3 Months of Fiscal Year

As promised, below are the stats for the first three months of fiscal year 2018 (it began on October 1, 2017). President Trump set the CEILING for the year at 45,000 refugees. That is the lowest CEILING since the Refugee Act of 1980(Kennedy/Biden) was signed in to law by Jimmy Carter. Columbus, Ohio second only to […]

Jewish resettlement contractor in court to try to stop Trump’s latest refugee restrictions

That would be the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society one of the nine federal contractors*** that monopolize all refugee resettlement in America. They have been the most litigious of the nine while they receive more than $20 million a year directly from the US Treasury to place refugees in US cities. HIAS has also been the leader of […]

Jewish Agency to Begin Closing Refugee Resettlement Sites

As I mentioned yesterday, when I reported that true-believer, Lawrence Bartlett, Director of Refugee Admissions at the U.S. State Department, had been reassigned to Puerto Rico (voluntarily we assume), resettlement contractors are in a panic. At Jewish Telegraphic Agency (hat tip: ‘badboylookout’) we learn that the State Department is in talks with its contractors about which sites to […]

Wow! Trump withdraws U.S. from UN Compact on migration/refugees

“We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country.” – U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley The Human Rights Industrial Complex (HRIC) must be going nuts! Thanks for the tip from reader ‘heymister24’ who sent this overnight. Here is Deutsch Welle‘s version of the news (reported in […]

Dramatic drop in number of refugees entering the U.S. in first 2 months of fiscal year

The President now has completed the first two months of what will be his first full year in admitting refugees to the US and we see numbers are dramatically lower.  In fact they are so low that if the present pace continues until the end of the fiscal year, September 30th, less than 20,000 could […]

UN 2030 Agenda driving international labor migration

Thanks to reader Ron for sending this recent (September 2017) Briefing paper for the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The focus of the report is to promote the idea that moving migrant labor freely around the world and encouraging remittances to be sent back to the home country will alleviate world poverty.  Basically it […]

No U.S. data on financial/social impact of refugee resettlement on communities

And, I think the refugee industry wants to keep it that way! (Think about the enormous stonewalling going on in St. Cloud for instance!). How many times over the years have I struggled to try to answer your questions about how much all of this is costing state and federal taxpayers? Now, I have a better understanding […]