Denmark’s minister of immigration and integration, Inger Stojberg, said that Denmark won’t allow any refugees into the country this year under a UN quota system.
More than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire in 2016 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, but more than 5,300 of them still have not received NH licenses, indicating likely vote fraud.
The attorneys general of 15 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on September 6 in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York to block the Trump administration from terminating the DACA program, which protects young people brought to this country by illegal alien parents from deportation.
President Trump announced that he had selected Representative Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), who is known for being a supporter of commercial space flight — and a climate realist — as his pick for NASA administrator.
Soon after North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb on September 3, President Trump’s response to a reporter who asked him about whether he planned to attack North Korea was short and somewhat vague. “We’ll see,” replied the president.
North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb on September 3 — a device it said was a hydrogen bomb — and world leaders expressed strong condemnation.
Statues of Christopher Columbus in Yonkers, New York, Astoria, Queens, and Baltimore have been vandalized by those with a revolutionary agenda.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 14-1 on August 30 to designate the second Monday in October as “Indigenous Peoples Day” — which will replace Columbus Day.
Following the collision of the USS John S. McCain with another ship, some cyber security experts suspect there was cyber interference with the ship’s navigation system.
North Korea’s official newspaper has attacked the U.S.-South Korean Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint military exercise with South Korea, calling it “reckless behavior.”