Former President Bill Clinton said that 84 percent of the American people, after inflation, have not had a raise of one cent since the financial crash of 2007-2008, and that middle-class whites are now dying sooner.
The establishment has been celebrating that its Paris climate agreement has supposedly gone into effect on November 4. But the U.S. Senate was never given the opportunity to ratify the deal as required by the Constitution, meaning that, as far as the United States is concerned, Obama's UN agreement is legally meaningless.
A spokesman for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) — the Department of Commerce agency focused on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere — issued a statement on October 24 observing that a major hurricane has not struck the United States in 11 years.
The French government finally decided on October 24 to close the refugee camp near Calais, which had been nicknamed “the Jungle” because of the chaotic conditions that prevailed there.
An October report produced by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), an organization that advocates for reduced immigration quotas and greater border enforcement, noted that the number of illegal aliens seeking asylum in order to live in the United States legally has jumped 900 percent since 2009.
A report posted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on October 18 indicated that apprehensions of illegal aliens attempting to cross our Southwest border by the Border Patrol between ports of entry, numbered 408,870 for Fiscal Year 2016.
A large number of FBI agents and Department of Justice attorneys who worked on the investigation of Hillary Clinton for her handling of e-mails containing classified information were dismayed by FBI Director James Comey’s decision that the Bureau would not charge Clinton with a crime.
The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) and the National ICE Council — the two unions that represent Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, respectively, have shown no signs of changing their previously announced endorsements of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s response to a tweet from MSNBC's Christopher Hayes that Sayeed Farouk was believed to be one of the people involved in the San Bernardino shooting was: “Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter.”
A large number of immigrants who have recently become naturalized as U.S. citizens are registering to vote — and most of these, especially those classified as “Latinos,” intend to vote for Hillary Clinton.