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Refugee Admissions Are Down: Trump the Executive in Action

Our reigning elite, including so-called feminists, have shouted down the concerns of Americans who dare to wonder out loud how to deal with incoming cultures that openly reject religious tolerance, profess an allegiance to Sharia law, practice polygamy and mutilate their daughters. These are not the loser racists who show up in ridiculous man-boy outfits to rant and rave at alt-right gatherings. These are good, decent Americans who wonder, “What about my culture? Does that get any respect?” ...

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President Trump Updates Executive Order on Refugees: Could Help MN Track Costs

The Center has been trying for several years to answer a simple question: how much does the refugee resettlement program costing taxpayers. Why? Minnesota is the number one destination for refugees in the United States on a per capita basis. We get a large number of refugees placed here by the federal government—and we get a big surge from what is called “secondary migration.” ...

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Off-Duty Cop Who Stopped St. Cloud Jihadist Named Officer of Year

Avon police officer Jason Falconer might have been off-duty last September 17 but he was in the right place at the right time.  When Dahir Adan, a Somali refugee and student, went on a stabbing rampage at Crossroads Center mall in St. Cloud, Falconer, a firearms training instructor and cop, knew what to do. This week Jason Falconer was recognized by the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association as the officer of the year for his bravery in ending a terrorist attack that received international attention. The highest honor bestowed by the association is given annually to an officer who has demonstrated “courage in...

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Refugee Resettlement: A Federal Policy Funded by Minnesotans

We welcome the fact that the Trump administration hit the “pause button.” Minnesota needs time to get a handle on this. When you invite people to your country, to your state, you have an obligation to help them get off to a good start so they can work and care for their families. Minnesota and other states also need to push back on the feds. It is unconstitutional for the feds to commandeer state resources in pursuit of federal policies. And this is exactly what the feds have been doing, for decades. ...

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Judge Davis Sentences Would-Be Terrorists

Over the last three days, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Davis has sentenced the nine young Somalis who pled guilty, or were tried and convicted, of trying to travel to Syria to fight with ISIS. Judge Davis started at the bottom and worked his way up. On Monday, he handed down the lightest sentences. One defendant, who pled guilty, cooperated with police and testified against other defendants, was sentenced to time already served. A second defendant who pled guilty and cooperated got 30 months, while a third who pled guilty but did not cooperate with police was sentenced to ten...

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