Austin-Based Company Received $120 Million So Far This Year to Shelter Illegal Children


Southwest Key Programs is the largest provider of services to unaccompanied children in the United States.
The group has illegal child units in seven states.

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An Austin-based company has received over $120 million so far this year to shelter illegal immigrant children.

Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, July 21, 2014, 3:04 PM

Southwest Key Programs is the largest provider of services to unaccompanied children in the United States.
The group has illegal child units in seven states.
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An Austin-based company has received over $120 million so far this year to shelter illegal immigrant children.

KEYE TV reported:

More than $100 million of federal grant money this year has gone to an Austin based company that runs unaccompanied minor shelters across the country.

Its website says Southwest Key Programs is the largest provider of services to unaccompanied children in the United States. Their headquarters is in Austin, Texas.

A brief online description details the children they help, how they’re accepted and a short write up of the types of services provided.

A map provided by Southwest Key officials outlines their different locations and programs across the county. But if you have questions about the money it receives from the federal government for unaccompanied children officials with the non-profit aren’t talking.

While their corporate address is listed as right here in Austin when you try to ask about their child immigrant shelters you get directed to a federal agency — the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

But they’re not talking either.

In an email back to KEYE TV, government officials say they do not identify regular/permanent unaccompanied alien children program shelters for the safety and security of minors and staff at the facilities.

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Hamas Hiding In Ambulances


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Israel’s decision to launch a ground offensive provides it with an important advantage in the war against Hamas.

A ground maneuver gives the IDF the ability to move in enemy territory, destroying targets from up close, while still deploying firepower from the air throughout.

It is a concept as old as Israeli military history. Today, however, Hamas represents the asymmetrical enemy that defines combat in our times.

Hamas is an expert at embedding itself in the midst of the Palestinian civilian population and using it as human shields, to seek immunity from the army.

In recent days, IDF sources reported spotting Hamas gunmen boarding ambulances in Gaza filled with children.

Hamas urged residents of northern Gaza to remain in their homes, and provide cover for its concentration of rocket launch squads in that area.

These tactics are designed to provide the terrorist organization with protection from the IDF.

They are the same tactics that have prevented the air force from destroying all of Hamas’s rocket infrastructure, hidden deep under residential buildings, or targeting its leadership, which is hiding under the Shifa hospital in Gaza City.

Hamas spread out its assets across Gaza, and there is no one center of gravity for the IDF to target.

The military operation is complex and long, and the IDF’s focus on destroying tunnels is only the first stage of the ground maneuver.

Despite their tactics, Hamas and Islamic Jihad are in trouble. They have lost more than half of their rockets supply – some 40 percent have been destroyed in air force attacks and another 1,700 rockets have been fired at Israel. Many rockets remain, but the supply is beginning to dwindle.

Military sources said significant gains have already been made on the ground. Rockets continue to be destroyed from the air, as are enemy command and control centers.

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