He says he just wants a civil discussion to get the facts. Indeed that is all we have ever asked for over the last 8 years—the facts! All of the facts! All of the facts to be laid out in public—the good, the bad and the ugly. And, that is exactly what the UN/US State … Continue reading Wyoming Republican Governor Matt Mead still angling to bring in refugees! Why???
Update March 19: Wyoming had 5 refugees in FY2012, so someone is selling the Governor a bill of goods! Not exactly a flood moving to the state! He says they are already coming, so they need a plan or another government program. Mead: With or without a program, the issue is real -– this is … Continue reading Wyoming: Governor Mead wants a “plan” for refugees
Oh, they will say they are just promoting the discussion about opening Wyoming for the placement of third world refugees, but it is just this sort of thing that the Open Borders Left uses to keep the pressure on a recalcitrant population which has made it very clear over recent years that they do not … Continue reading Wyoming Public Radio pushing refugee resettlement for Wyoming
This is the latest news from one of only two states not getting third-worlders resettled within their borders (Montana is the other, so far!). Before you read this article from the Wyoming Tribune Eagle be sure to see our extensive archive on the battle for Wyoming’s sovereignty and freedom from UN/federal government dictatorial decisions on … Continue reading Wyoming legislature would have to approve refugee resettlement plan for the state
For new readers we have a very large archive of posts on how Wyoming Governor Matt Mead wants to open a refugee program in the only state in the nation with no formal resettlement program. We wondered where the state’s Republican Senators are on the issue of immigration and we get a hint for one … Continue reading Is Wyoming Republican Senator Barrasso willing to colonize Wyoming with migrant workers? Sure sounds like it
….or else he would let this idea go after the blowback he got last year! So, here we go again! Leftwing newspapers in places like Wyoming don’t know what the h*** they are talking about as they editorialize in favor of refugee resettlement by the UN/US State Department by saying they only want the facts … Continue reading Caspar Star Tribune: Republican Governor wants to bring Third World refugees to Wyoming!
I wonder what blogger and immigration lawyer Jason Dzubow thinks of the Somali scheme (surely encouraged by Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains who resettled thousands of Somalis to CO to work in meatpacking) for “refugees” to high-tail-it to Wyoming to pick up subsidized housing vouchers to take back to Colorado (our top post for two … Continue reading The Asylumist blog takes a whack at Wyomingites opposed to refugee program; perpetuates the big lie
….and really pulls a lot of threads together for a larger audience than we have! This is what Geller says at Atlas Shrugs about our post that was being so widely read over the last couple of weeks (hat tip: Richard at Blue Ridge Forum). Let’s hope the story makes it to Fox News! Tucker Carlson … Continue reading Pamela Geller does the Somalis go to Wyoming for housing vouchers story!
Since we are closely following the controversy in Wyoming (see our previous post), let’s have a look at who exactly has expressed an interest in being the federal government contractor wishing to do business and resettle clients in Wyoming—Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains (LFSRM) sometimes known as Lutheran Family Services Colorado. (Why they need to … Continue reading Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains largely funded by government contracts
As regular readers know, we have been writing on and off for months about the federal government and a Lutheran resettlement contractor with plans to resettle refugees in the last state in the nation without a formal resettlement program. Over a year ago, Republican Governor Matt Mead appeared very hot on the idea, here, when … Continue reading Cheyenne, WY: Citizens to rally for states rights and against federal government sending refugees to Wyoming, Saturday Nov. 1