I’ve been saying it for years—that we, taxpaying American citizens, are subjected to unnecessary expense, societal upheaval, and not to mention danger, when the US State Department uses the Refugee Admissions Program for leverage when it wants to pressure (or reward) some other country by ‘welcoming’ the unwanted. Earlier this month, I reported confirmation of … Continue reading Uzbek Refugees were Bargaining Chips, but for what?
The warden was supposed to die! (Kurbanov told the court) Fazliddin Kurbanov was already serving a sentence of 25 years on terrorism charges when he tried to kill the warden at California’s Victorville prison. The warden was seriously wounded and scarred for life from the improvised knife attack. Thanks to Richard for spotting the story … Continue reading Uzbek refugee sentenced to additional 20 years in prison for attempted murder
This is one of those stories I’m sick of writing about. I’ve followed Fazliddin Kurbanov’s ‘career’ since his arrest in Idaho in 2013. He is one of those Uzbeks that we have admitted to the US since the Bush Administration who were already radical Islamists back home, and why we took hundreds is still a mystery. … Continue reading Uzbek refugee admits he wanted to kill California prison warden by slitting his throat
You don’t need me to give you that news, but let’s first talk about the Diversity Visa Lottery (aka Green card lottery) which we have discussed often on these pages over the previous ten years. It is one more LEGAL immigration program that must go! (Here is my archive on the program. And, I’ll say it again. … Continue reading Jihadist Uzbek Diversity Visa Lottery winner kills eight near World Trade Center
The story at World Net Daily yesterday gave me an opportunity to vent about one of my major pet peeves. And, that is that economic studies being scattered like rabbit turds around the media landscape that conclude that refugees bring economic prosperity wherever they are dropped never include the true cost of medical care (like … Continue reading Minnesota needs more money to combat refugee communicable diseases