Austria has promised cash payments to migrants and immigrants if they return home. Austria is far less welcoming to refugees and other immigrants than some other European nations. According to Hot Air.com, Austria has refused to provide camps with food and declined to participate in a recent EU mandate concerning immigrant assimilation. Despite these crack downs, migrant camps still remain in the country. In an effort to push them out, Austrian authorities are offering 1 thousand euros to immigrants if they return home. The program started earlier this year, and the government has seen over eighteen hundred people leave as a result. Authorities are now considering doubling the amount for those prepared to go home.
Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are encouraged to see President Trump taking steps to make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire bad employees. They’re also furious, but not surprised, to learn that President Obama actually did release prisoners connected to terrorism against U.S. forces despite insisting he hadn’t done so. And they react to the breaking news that former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn accepted money from Russia in 2015 but allegedly failed to report it.