December 8, 2021

Trump Administration Will Reportedly Cut Refugee Admittance By 3,000 For FY 2021, Bringing Yearly Total To New Historic Low

October 01, 2020 8:41 AM ET The Trump administration reportedly informed Congress it plans to cut total refugee admittance by 3,000 for fiscal year 2021. The Wednesday night move, first reported by the Associated Press, would reduce the total number of refugees allowed to enter the country to 15,000 next year, the lowest cap ever…

Refugee Admissions Fall 79 Percent in First Quarter of FY 2018.

Refugee admissions to the United States in the first quarter of FY 2018 under the Trump administration fell 79 percent to 5,323, compared to 25,671 in the first quarter of FY 2017 during the last three full months of the Obama administration. The faith background of refugees admitted to the United States during the first […]

BREAKING: Somali Refugees Arriving in U.S. at Highest Rate Ever in First Two Months of FY 2017

Somali refugees are arriving in the United States at the highest rate ever in the first two months of Fiscal Year 2017, according to the State Department’s interactive website. Between October 1, 2016, the beginning of the fiscal year, and December 7, 2016, a total of 2,775 Somali refugees have arrived in the United States. […]

$1.48 Trillion: Government Collects Record-High Taxes in First Half of FY 2016, Still Runs $461 Billion Deficit

Inflation-adjusted federal tax revenues hit a record $1.48 trillion for the first half of fiscal year 2016, but the federal government still ran a $461 billion deficit during that time, according to the latest monthly Treasury Department statement. Treasury receipts include tax revenue from individual income taxes, corporate income taxes, social insurance and retirement taxes, unemployment […]

$3,248,723,000,000: Federal Taxes Set Record in FY 2015; $21,833 Per Worker; Feds Still Run $438.9B Deficit

  (CNSNews.com) – The federal government took in a record of approximately $3,248,723,000,000 in taxes in fiscal 2015 (which ended on Sept. 30), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today. That equaled approximately $21,833 for every person in the country who had either a full-time or part-time job in September. It is also up about […]

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