• Illegal Migrant With Deportation Order Gets 32nd Criminal Conviction

    American Renaissance - Mar 16th 2023 7:08pm EDT

    A Turkish national with an existing order to leave France has been convicted of a crime for the 32nd time after stealing a chequebook and using it to obtain cash. The latest conviction for 51-year-old Sehin Cetinoglu related to crimes he committed in 2018 when, in financial difficulty, he stole a chequebook to obtain money […]

  • Stricter U.S. Migration Controls Keep Illegal Border Crossings at 2-Year Low — For Now

    American Renaissance - Mar 16th 2023 12:43pm EDT

    Unlawful crossings along the U.S. southern border in February remained at a two-year low for the second consecutive month, illustrating the dent that stricter policies enacted by President Biden this year have made on the unprecedented migration flows recorded since he took office. U.S. Border Patrol recorded roughly 130,000 apprehensions of migrants who crossed the southern border […]

  • Air Force Goes on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Hiring Spree

    American Renaissance - Mar 16th 2023 12:43pm EDT

    The U.S. Air Force this month launched an effort to hire a handful of senior-level diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) managers and is hoping to place these officials in posts across the country, from Washington, D.C., to Alaska. Each post pays at least $82,000 per year, and the top position at the Pentagon could pay more than […]

  • San Francisco Board Open to Reparations With $5M Payouts

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 6:34pm EDT

    Payments of $5 million to every eligible Black adult, the elimination of personal debt and tax burdens, guaranteed annual incomes of at least $97,000 for 250 years and homes in San Francisco for just $1 a family. These were some of the more than 100 recommendations made by a city-appointed reparations committee tasked with the […]

  • UPenn Accuses a Law Professor of Racist Statements. Should She Be Fired?

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 6:34pm EDT

    Amy Wax, a law professor, has said publicly that “on average, Blacks have lower cognitive ability than whites,” that the country is “better off with fewer Asians” as long as they tend to vote for Democrats, and that non-Western people feel a “tremendous amount of resentment and shame.” At the University of Pennsylvania, where she […]

  • Texas Republicans Propose State Immigration Police Force

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 6:34pm EDT

    Republican lawmakers in Texas are proposing legislation that would make it a state felony to cross the border from Mexico illegally and create a new border police force that could deputize private citizens, the latest in the state’s continued push to test the limits of the federal government’s authority over immigration. Civil rights organizations, immigration […]

  • ICE Deportations of Illegal Immigrant Criminals Dropping Sharply Under Biden

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 1:39pm EDT

    The number of convicted criminal illegal immigrants deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has dropped significantly during the Biden administration, according to data released by the administration, and officials are dramatically lowering targets for years to come. In its Congressional Budget Justification for fiscal 2024, DHS provided a budget overview for ICE and included information about the numbers […]

  • City of Newark Falls for Sister City Scam

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 1:39pm EDT

    The city of Newark is admitting it got scammed. It was about to become a Sister City with a Hindu nation, but there was one problem — the nation doesn’t exist. As CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports, the city only found out about the fraud after it held an official ceremony for it. City of Newark, […]

  • Royal Opera House Accused of ‘Whitewashing’ Despite Diverse Cast

    American Renaissance - Mar 15th 2023 1:39pm EDT

    For many opera goers, the Royal Opera House’s (ROH’s) latest production of Puccini’s Turandot will be considered an example of truly diverse casting, with performers coming from across the globe. The nine lead characters hail from six different countries, including singers from South Korea, South Africa and the Congo. But one group, which promotes Asian representation in the […]

  • In Florida, Far-Right Groups Look to Seize the Moment

    American Renaissance - Mar 14th 2023 7:28pm EDT

    It’s an unseasonably cool January evening. Helicopters buzz overhead as a NFL playoff game gets underway. In a downtown alley not far from the stadium, masked men have their sights on the 37-story Wells Fargo Center. Two of the men wear white gaiters with the acronym of their white nationalist group, National Socialist Florida, written […]