The migrant violence that is becoming a feature of daily life in Sweden, Germany, France and elsewhere in Europe is now coming to the United States. Did we think we would be immune?
Maine’s Sun Journal reported last week that a “melee” broke out near Kennedy Park in Lewiston, Maine, initiated by “at least two dozen teenagers, preteens and adults.” This mob was made up of Somali Muslim migrants: News Center Maine reports: “[A]ccording to family members, the fight was between white and Somali members of the Lewiston community.” Our immigration chickens are, as the Rev. Jeremiah Wright would say, home to roost.
A cheeky Texas billboard encouraging liberal motorists to keep driving until they’ve left the state will be taken down after photos of the roadside ‘advertisement’ sparked a social media uproar.
According to the Associated Press, the heads of Fort Drum accepted the second lieutenant’s resignation on Monday for “conduct unbecoming of an officer.”
Germany’s leading car manufacturers have called on the European Union (EU) to scrap its import tariffs on U.S. cars, which are far higher than those imposed on European cars entering America.
The firms called for all tariffs to end, on both the EU and U.S. side, to boost free but also fair trade across the Atlantic, passing the message to the U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell.
“The Canadian government has a moral duty and an international obligation to ensure that we provide a safe haven for all people fleeing imminent danger, disaster and war. The U.S. has failed the safety test for migrants and we cannot send displaced families who meet the refugee criteria back into another climate of fear and persecution,” said CLC President Hassan Yussuff.
Surprised? I didn’t think so. But still, fun to get some scientific confirmation.
On Monday, U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson announced his country will, in the future, vote against any resolution considered under Agenda Item 7, which was enacted in 2007 and makes Israel’s actions — particularly as it pertains to the Palestinian occupation — a permanent, recurring debate among HRC member states.
Global outrage is growing over Trump’s hardline approach to people crossing illegally into the U.S. from Mexico — a policy that puts adults through the criminal justice system while sending their children to detention camps. The Trump administration also has eliminated the option of citing a risk of domestic or gang violence as grounds to seek protection.
In the midst of a multimillion-dollar propaganda onslaught being waged against the Trump administration over the children of illegal immigrants, the news has just broken that the USA is exiting the United Nations Human Rights Council.
On July 1, Canada is set to impose retaliatory tariffs of $16.6 billion on U.S. products after President Donald Trump slapped tariffs on aluminum and steel, and has threatened more to come on automobiles.
“They are simply enforcing laws enacted by Congress,” Homan said. “I wish I heard this much outrage about separation of families — I wish we met with mothers and fathers whose children were killed by illegal immigrants. Jewish citizen children that were killed and separated from their family forever.”
She was a 15-year-old student at San Antonio’s Taft High School with a soft smile and dark eyes. Like most girls her age in Texas, she favored blue jeans. Unlike most girls her age in Texas, in 2017 she was promised in marriage to a man 10 years her senior, who would pay her parents $20,000 to take her as his wife.
But the Iraqi-born Maarib Al Hishmawi had no intention of marrying so young, least of all to a man so much older and whom she hardly even knew. She refused.
Speaking at a meeting of the National Space Council on Monday, President Donald Trump ordered the Pentagon to immediately establish a national “space force” as the sixth branch of the armed forces.
“When it comes to defending America, it is not enough to merely have an American presence in space. We must have American dominance in space,” the president said.
For Canada, it predicts the economy would shrink 1.8 per cent.
The former British car mechanic who once boasted of his bomb-making activities in Syria has been named as the reason the United States banned laptops on flights last year.
A former MI6 spy made the revelation in his autobiography explaining how Hamayun Tariq, from Dudley, had plans to smuggle bombs ‘disguised as laptop batteries’.