Refugee Resettlement Watch

Top posts of the last week

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 28, 2016

rrw-logo-1Hope you are all having a nice Memorial Day weekend with family and friends and take a few minutes to remember and honor those in the military who have kept you safe.

As I mentioned last week, several readers have asked that we let you know which posts garnered the most attention here at RRW over the preceding week.  Here they are:

Think about Utica, NY before you jump on the “welcoming refugees” bandwagon

Too funny! Mayor of Rutland, VT says we got our heroin epidemic under control, so now let’s take some Syrian refugees

Speaker Paul Ryan complicit in Syrian migrant surge to America

twitter logoWe reached a milestone this past week at twitter.

We passed the 3,000 followers mark!   That’s not much compared to some of you, but it was a milestone I was tickled to have reached!  (See my twitter feed in the right hand sidebar because even if you aren’t on twitter, you can still access the news stories I post there.) I am @RefugeeWatcher.

We have 20,000 likes at our facebook page, here.

 

2 Responses to “Top posts of the last week”

  1. Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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  2. I am concerned with the current situation in South Africa, where the government passed a law which will soon be enacted. A forcible sale of real property, belonging to Whites, who, are also Christian. The South African Whites will be, by law, losing their farms, and residences, to become homeless.

    How is it, that the South African Whites, are not given refugee status by the Government of the United States? Considering the vast quantities of federal lands going to waste, if land were allocated to the South African Whites, you know, and I know, and the whole world knows, That the South African Whites would farm the land, making it productive, agriculturally.

    Imagine, people wanting to come to America, to work the land, open small businesses, raise their family, and become, Americans.

    What on earth was I thinking??

    Hmmm…

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    Have a Happy Memorial Day, Ann, and your readers, too, Happy Memorial Day.
    Honor those we lost, for all gave some, but some, gave all.

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