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RRW Monthly round-up for November 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 1, 2016

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For those of you who love facebook. We do have a facebook page where I post maybe once or twice a day and a colleague occasionally posts some related news. It has over 35,000 likes and you can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/RefugeeInfoResource

What a month! We have much to be thankful for!

As regular readers know, I try to report weekly and sometimes monthly about what posts readers found most interesting (interesting enough to spread far and wide), what countries our readers are coming from, and give new readers tips on finding stuff here at RRW which in 2017 will be TEN years old.

I’m going to give you first the Top Three Most Read Posts of the Month, then the countries as I usually do, then I want to talk about a few things regarding subscriptions and comments which you can read or not read! (Top daily posts are in the right hand side bar)

By the way, when there is a terrorist attack by a Muslim migrant our numbers boom, but since the Ohio Somali Slasher attack happened so late in the month it won’t show up in the top three this month.

This is the only post I plan to write today, unless some news earthquake happens regarding the Refugee Program later in the day.

Top Three Posts for the month of November 2016:

Heads up Poughkeepsie, New York: ‘Christian’ charity to bring you Syrian Muslims likely before January 2017

Donald Trump, please try to stop this now! We are about to take 1,800 failed asylum seekers that Australia has rejected

SC Governor Nikki Haley should not be Secretary of State

On the third top post, you know by now that Haley will be UN Ambassador which I don’t think bodes well for severing any ties with the UN or reducing the refugee flow. We will see!

Here, in descending order, are the Top Ten Countries (excluding the US) from which readers arrived at RRW:

Canada

UK

Australia

Germany

Norway

South Africa

India

France

Netherlands

Malaysia

I think this is the first time Malaysia is in the Top Ten. You should know we are processing large numbers of refugees destined for your towns through Malaysia (a Muslim country).

About comments, subscriptions and keeping up with the news on refugees:

On comments, as mentioned previously, because I screen all comments and I’m not always at the computer, sometimes your comments don’t get posted promptly. Additionally my rule has always been: no talk of violence, no foul language and no personal ad hominem attacks on other commenters.  But, I want to talk about something else, please don’t write a book with loads and loads of links because I can’t always check all of  your links. Frankly I would rather be researching and writing more news with my limited time.

And, let me be clear, I am a supporter of the nation of Israel and since I don’t have to be fair and balanced (heck, a blog like this is by definition, a representation of my views), I am not posting harangues against Israel or Jews in general. The Refugee Program is not a Jewish conspiracy on America, but increasingly I am getting comments along those lines which I have no intention of posting.

On subscriptions, I’m increasingly hearing that some of you have trouble subscribing, or that you do subscribe and eventually don’t get the e-mail notifications.  There is nothing I can do about this because this is something WordPress does automatically. I contacted them and was told it might have to do with your settings and your spam settings, but frankly it is gobbledygook to me.  I recommend you simply visit RRW directly every day or so and see what is new by scrolling back through the previous days.  While you are here, use some of the other features on this page (like the twitter feed in the right hand side bar)!

On keeping up with the news on this issue, honestly there is way too much happening and it is hard for me to keep up too! When I can’t write about everything breaking every day, I rely on twitter to get it out to you (I am lousy at facebook).  So, I highly recommend twitter as a way to keep up with all breaking news. Assuming you are a news junkie, if you follow certain key people when you get up in the morning or during the day, you will have news faster than even Drudge provides, or certainly faster than Fox News or other cable news. I am @refugeewatcher with over 5,600 followers at the moment.

Apologies to all for not being able to see and respond to all of your e-mails (I’m working on that today).  And, I do appreciate your donations and I need to get to work on more thank you notes too!

For new readers who want to know how to use RRW, and so as not to make this post any longer, I’m directing you to the new readers section of my October round-up, here.

Thank you for continuing to read RRW and for your work to educate your communities on the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program.

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News roundup: what you might have missed over the holiday weekend

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 28, 2016

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving 2016 with family and friends and are now rested and ready to continue the revolution to make America great again!

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While you were away, I posted what I think are very important stories, and because I want to be sure you got them all (some of you reported that you didn’t get my post on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (9/11 mastermind) telling interrogators that the Islamists plan to take over America by immigration and out-breeding us), I’m listing here a series of posts I wrote since the day you got in the car (or on a plane) to head to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving!

Grassley and Goodlatte blast Obama Admin on secret Australian ‘refugee’ deal

Not good: Nikki Haley to be Trump Ambassador to United Nations

Australian press thinks its unlikely US will take rejected ‘refugees’ off their hands

9/11 Mastermind says the goal of Al-Qaeda is to takeover America through immigration

Trump has power to stop refugee flow, will he also slow flow of our $$$ to UN?

Maine immigration lawyer: we are too old and too white!

Migrants looking for economic opportunity and running from gangs/violence are NOT refugees

We should all be Geert Wilders, use your free speech while you have it!

German court: Syrian ‘refugees’ may not be refugees by definition

Lancaster County, PA refugee economic study is misleading

Students at William and Mary pushing for refugee resettlement for Williamsburg, VA

Turkey threatens to unleash millions of Syrian Muslims on Europe (again)

Cut the crap! Australia ‘refugee’ deal is about the Australian public not wanting any more Muslim migrants

Sorry (to those of you who look for it), I didn’t get around to a weekly round-up of top posts again this past week, but will do a round-up for the month of November later this week. By the way, if you haven’t noticed there is a right hand sidebar here at RRW entitled Top Posts where the posts being most read over the last day or so are listed. There is a really old post about the Clintons and Podesta trending for some reason.

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RRW weekly round-up for week ending November 11, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 12, 2016

I don’t need to summarize this momentous week, needless to say, it was a great week for RRW and an even greater week for America as Donald J. Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States.

 

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Welcome to our new first family!

 

Thanks to all who sent exuberant messages of thanks, but I’m embarrassed because I’m not sure I had much to do with Trump’s victory.

Media is on the ropes! You too can be an investigative journalist!

Before I get to the usual round-up news about the top posts of the week, I want to renew a pitch that I’ve made on and off for years and that is that you too can be a reporter.  Of course I’m not talking about reporters like those at the New York Times or Washington Post, or even like the reporters at your surely left-leaning local newspaper. Since they are all too busy being pitchmen and women for their favorite political party, not much real investigative reporting is being done, and that is where you come in!

Over the past few days I read several great reports on how the alternative media is really where the action is (I wish I had saved the links) and that some of the new-media outlets are really what helped push Trump over the edge.

Just like I have focused on one narrow issue—-the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program—you too can become a reporter on one of the myriad programs (of your choosing) at the state and federal level that need to be investigated and reformed.

Please pick a topic and get to work. No matter your age or your profession, you can squeeze out a little time to research and post on some problem that you see.  Right off the top of my head, I’m thinking that Food Stamp Fraud is a really hot subject as is Medicare/Medicaid fraud.  Or, how about writing on the Diversity Visa Lottery or the insane Temporary Protected Status program where no one ever goes home.

You might have something in your state that really appeals to you.

Or, you can help get more out on the Refugee Program, goodness knows I can’t keep up with it all.  Consider writing on Asylum, a subset of the refugee program, that is growing by leaps and bounds. Or how about that mess surrounding the Unaccompanied Alien Children Obama has been distributing to hundreds of US cities.

I do recommend blogs rather than facebook pages for your new investigative journalism career!

Enough of my nagging, you get the idea…….

Here are the Top Three Posts of  this week (top daily posts are in the right hand sidebar):

Refugee resettlement industry panicked; fears funds will be slashed

Trump improves immigration score at NumbersUSA, but Diversity Visa Lottery opposition should be no-brainer for all Republicans (old post)

Heads up Poughkeepsie, New York: ‘Christian’ charity to bring you Syrian Muslims likely before January 2017

For new readers, visit our October round-up and scroll down to the section for new readers.

And one final thing:  Thanks to all who have sent donations for my work here.  Your thanks and recognition are greatly appreciated.

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RRW Monthly round-up for October 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 2, 2016

Didn’t get around to my sporadic weekly roundup on Saturday, so since it was so close to the end of the month, I’m posting a round-up for the month of October. A big month here—readership in a week is more than my first half year in 2007!  And, as I mentioned in a post this morning about Denmark, we have readers from all over the world—from 182 countries and territories just in October!

You should know that there is way too much to cover on the topic of refugees that I can’t possibly keep up by myself and luckily lots of media outlets are picking up refugee news (LOL!) other than fluffy puffy news about refugees seeing their first snow. Breitbart and World Net Daily are two online publications with regular refugee news.***

Although now that November is here, be ready for lots of warm and fuzzy news about refugees and Thanksgiving.  The resettlement contractors make it a point each year to hold Thanksgiving dinners for newly arrived refugees and invite in the local press (Propaganda 101!).

Without further ado, here are the Top Three Most Visited Posts of the last month.

This is insane! Taxpayers pay rent for Somalis who feel the need to visit Somalia (for months!)

Obama State Department bringing refugees in at the astronomical rate of over 400 a day!

One town in Michigan is fighting for its survival as county targeted for even more Middle Eastern refugees

By the way, this number 3 top post was only published on the 27th of October so it did get a huge number of hits ( in only a few days) to be in the top 3.

Top ten countries excluding the US from which readers arrived at RRW in the month of October:

Canada

UK (will be watching the UK numbers more closely as a report yesterday from a reader suggested RRW might be being blocked there)

Australia

Germany

South Africa

Norway

India

France

Netherlands

Sweden

For new readers:

This (below) is my usual information to new readers so you can catch up with the last nine years of RRW.

RRW is a blog, a news outlet, not an organization with an office and staff.

I want you to be able to find information here where nearly 8,000 posts are archived!

Are you having problems with your subscription?  I’ve heard from several of you lately that you are not receiving your usual e-mail notices.  I have no control over that.  Those e-mails are managed directly by wordpress. I recommend that if you are having trouble (or you are getting too many every day), then simply visit here from time to time and just scroll back through recent posts.

Also, if you visit regularly you can use the search window using a few key words and find some important information among almost 8,000 posts going back to 2007!  If you are seriously interested in this issue, you won’t be getting the most out of RRW by simply reading posts in e-mail notices.

Also, see our newly updated Frequently Asked Questions and our fact sheet (out of date but still useful) in the header. In the FAQ you will see a link for ‘Ten things your town needs to know.’

I’ve been tweeting a lot and sometimes if I can’t write about a story you send, I tweet it.  See my twitter feed (over 5,000 followers at this moment) in the right-hand side bar. Even if you aren’t on twitter, you should be able to open the links to the news embedded in the tweet.  I am@RefugeeWatcher.

Likewise you might want to ‘like’ and follow RRW’s facebook page, here.  See it also in the left-hand side bar. It has over 33,000 likes now.  A friend helps me there (because I stink at facebook) so you will see other related news there that is not on RRW.

If you are looking for fellow grassroots activists in ‘pockets of resistance’ see the Refugee Resisters facebook page here (Jim Simpson).

All previous round-ups and this one are archived in a category simply called ‘blogging.’

My FIRST video about how the refugee program works is here (over 2.5 million views as of this writing).

All comments you submit are screened and we don’t post threats of violence, most foul language, or ad hominem attacks on other commenters.  Sometimes I am away from the computer for many hours, so you may not see your comment posted quickly.

As much as I would love to see you all in your hometowns, I hate speaking. I think I am more useful right here researching and writing.

In one week from today we will know if there is any hope of reforming this out-of-control refugee program or not! Go Trump!

***Best little blogroll on the net!

Want to keep up with all the news from your favorite writers on this issue? Visit Richard Falknor’s Blue Ridge Forum for his excellent blogroll! It’s one-stop shopping! Click here where Richard has hot links to so many great websites and writers.  You won’t have to search all over the web every day for all of the important news on this issue and others, your sources are right there in the right hand column blogroll.

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Weekly roundup for week ending October 21, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 23, 2016

Sorry, for the last couple of weeks, I have not been very good about keeping up with the weekly roundups of the top stories of the week. And, this is going to be a quickie.

The Top Three Posts of the last week that readers were most interested in are as follows (top daily posts are in the right hand sidebar):

60 Minutes spewing B.S. on refugee screening/travel costs

New refugee seeding site: Youngstown, Ohio

Obama State Department bringing refugees in at the astronomical rate of over 400 a day!

For new readers:

This (below) is my usual information to new readers so you can catch up with the last nine years of RRW.

RRW is a blog, a news outlet, not an organization with an office and staff.

I want you to be able to find information here where nearly 8,000 posts are archived!

Are you having problems with your subscription?  I’ve heard from several of you lately that you are not receiving your usual e-mail notices.  I have no control over that.  Those e-mails are managed directly by wordpress. I recommend that if you are having trouble (or you are getting too many every day), then simply visit here from time to time and just scroll back through recent posts.

Also, if you visit regularly you can use the search window using a few key words and find some important information among almost 8,000 posts going back to 2007!  If you are seriously interested in this issue, you won’t be getting the most out of RRW by simply reading posts in e-mail notices.

Also, see our newly updated Frequently Asked Questions and our fact sheet (out of date but still useful) in the header. In the FAQ you will see a link for ‘Ten things your town needs to know.’

I’ve been tweeting a lot and sometimes if I can’t write about a story you send, I tweet it.  See my twitter feed (over 5,000 followers at this moment) in the right-hand side bar. Even if you aren’t on twitter, you should be able to open the links to the news embedded in the tweet.  I am@RefugeeWatcher.

Likewise you might want to ‘like’ and follow RRW’s facebook page, here.  See it also in the left-hand side bar. It has over 32,000 likes now.  A friend helps me there (because I stink at facebook) so you will see other related news there that is not on RRW.

If you are looking for fellow grassroots activists in ‘pockets of resistance’ see the Refugee Resisters facebook page here (Jim Simpson).

All previous round-ups and this one are archived in a category simply called ‘blogging.’

My FIRST video about how the refugee program works is here (over 2.5 million views as of this writing).

All comments you submit are screened and we don’t post threats of violence, most foul language, or ad hominem attacks on other commenters.  Sometimes I am away from the computer for many hours, so you may not see your comment posted quickly.

As much as I would love to see you all in your hometowns, I hate speaking. I think I am more useful right here researching and writing.

In two weeks and two days we will know if there is any hope of reforming this out-of-control refugee program or not! Go Trump!

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News round-up for Friday, October 14, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 14, 2016

 

shutterstock_136997168I’m going to be away. I hope I will have time to write, but if not here are some recent news items for your weekend reading:

 

296 Somalis in Minnesota diagnosed with ACTIVE TB, top refugee TB state in nation

Scary: Global identity system for a world with shifting borders

Hillary’s public vs. private positions (including on Syrian refugees)

Robert Spencer: massive flood of new immigrants from Muslim nations

Overburdened German cities tell refugees to get out

More…..

See my new ‘News Round-up’ category for some other useful stories during the last week.

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News Round-up for Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 12, 2016

See my post yesterday, as I continue to work to clear off my desk….

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Here are some news stories I’m seeing this morning (click on headline to open story):

Trump campaign CEO wanted to destroy Speaker Ryan (why? Ryan is open-borders etc)

Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton, Jordan can’t vet refugees from Syria, Jihadists coming in

ND gubernatorial candidate, possible lawsuit over refugees not his top priority

Political outreach to minorities (read Somalis) intensifies in rural Minnesota as demography changes

Fargo, ND: refugee resettlement addressed again at city commission meeting this past Monday

US State Department ‘answers’ questions about refugee plan for Bloomington, IN

Wikileaks: List of reporters taking orders from Hillary campaign

(new) Germany to tighten rules that now allow failed asylum seekers to stay (too little, too late?)

(new) Watch out Watertown, NY, they are going to try to put refugees there! Not being truthful about Utica.

More later…..

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Tuesday catchall: hot news, reading your mail, answering your questions and thanking you

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 11, 2016

I’m just going to have to take a breather (from posting) today and maybe even tomorrow.

There is so much hot news on refugees, as well as the election news that will have an impact on whether we continue to fling open America’s gates to the third world that I have been trying to keep up with that I am woefully behind in answering your mail (both here and mail sent to my post office box).  I’ll be working on that today.

But, to lighten my load going forward, here are some things you can do on your own to learn more about the US Refugee Admissions Program and what it means for your town and for our country.

For new readers who need to know and longtime readers who once knew (but maybe have forgotten)!

(Tip for new readers, if you come back here everyday, have patience, you will eventually catch up because I try really hard to link back to previous material.)

~Check our Frequently asked Questions under our banner above. You will find links there for doing research on your own.

~Use our search window by using a few key words (this wordpress search function is really very good).  We have almost 8,000 posts archived there so surely you will find some things you need.

~Serious students of the US Refugee Admissions Program should learn how to use the US State Department data base located at the Refugee Processing Center to see who (and how many) have been placed in your city/state. Click here. It takes a little practice, but you can do it.

~I have a facebook page with over 31,000 likes, click here, you might want to follow news there because a friend posts things other than my posts. I post a few of what I think are my best posts.

~A commenter liked my list of Republican traitors to Trump and asked how to further check out one’s own representatives.  I recommend checking scores at NumbersUSA and at Conservative Review’s Liberty Scorecard.

~Get a twitter account (even if you only go there to read news). The hottest news anywhere is at twitter if you pick the right people to follow. I tweet news throughout the day on immigration, refugees and the election.  Facebook might be equally good, but I have never been much of a facebooker (in case you wonder why I rarely respond there). On twitter, I am @refugeewatcher.

~I follow the Drudge Report on and off all day and you should too.  He has been covering a lot of refugee related news. (So thanks for sending me news, but if it is on Drudge, I’ve likely seen it).

~You should regularly follow: Leo Hohmann at World Net Daily, Michael Patrick Leahy at Breitbart, Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review and Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage Magazine who all write regularly on the refugee issue. Go to Blue Ridge Forum where my friend Richard has the best blogroll (for issues that concern us directly here at RRW). It is one-stop shopping for links to all of these writers and more.  (My blogroll is out of date).

~Set google alerts for topics of interest. You might, for example, set one for your state and the word refugees and everyday news (story links) on that topic shows up in your inbox.

~And, one last thing. I am going to post a select few testimonies some of you sent to Senator Sessions last week. The first one is here.  Write to me today at refugeewatcher@gmail.com and send me yours’ to review. I will be spending time today at that e-mail account trying to get caught up.

Enough of that…..

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Here is some hot refugee-related news….

Tip of the iceberg this morning! These are some of the important stories that I want you to see, but have no time to post (I’m going to add to the list during the day, so please come back later):

The Syrian Refugee Resettlement Is Being Done in Secret

New U.N. chief abandoned Mideast Christians to ISIS

Refugee Resettlement Program Scam the Public

Trump takes swing at debate question over Islamists’ strategy

Refugee Resettlement: City of Fargo trying to find out the costs

US preparing to emulate Canada’s private refugee-sponsor system

More coming…..

(new) Charleston, West Virginia the latest small city secretly targeted to receive refugees

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Roundup for the week ending September 30, 2016 and for the month of September

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 2, 2016

In a little over 5 weeks everything with the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program will change.

Either Donald Trump is elected and hopefully reform of the program will be launched and Congress will be more agreeable to rein-in funding, or Hillary Clinton wins the White House (further neuters Congress) and follows the lead of her role model, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, opening the floodgates with a flow of migrants and refugees into the country like we have never seen.

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But, rather than sit around wondering, those of you concerned about the secretive and out-of-control refugee program, this 5 week window is the best opportunity you will have (maybe ever) to organize and put pressure on the group of people who are really in charge of the program—-your Member of Congress and your US Senators who hold the cards because they control the money!

Those elected officials might be attempting to throw the blame off on Obama when you contact them about how disruptive the program has been for you and your community, but they are to blame for what is happening to you, to us. 

They can cut the funding for it when the budget is revisited in November; and in the new year they can begin to rewrite refugee law for America.  So, I’m going to be a broken record on this subject.

(Everything I’ve written in recent weeks on the budget issue and Congress may be found filed under the tag ‘Where is Congress.’)

The first thing you need to do is send testimony to the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, go here for instructions.  I’ll have a separate post on that again shortly and will have much more on what you should do to make the most of the weeks up until Congress returns after the election.

Back to the roundup!

Here are the Top Three Posts of the week (daily top posts are in the right hand side bar):

Senators Cruz and Sessions let loose in yesterday’s Senate hearing on FY17 refugee plan

Comment worth noting: NY state reader is one heckuva brave guy!

Maine has a sexual assault problem in its Somali community

The Top Three Posts for the whole month of September are these:

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is responsible for the Somali chaos in St. Cloud

HUGE! Food stamp fraud bust in Baltimore, check out the names, see a pattern?

Heads-up Aberdeen, South Dakota! New resettlement site being proposed

We also have thousands of readers arriving monthly from around the world.   Here (below) are the top ten countries for the month of September from which visitors arrived here.  BTW, September was our second highest month for readers in nine years as about a quarter of a million of you visited. (That is small by big blog standards, but I am thrilled since this is a narrowly focused single topic blog site).

Top Ten Countries:

Canada

UK

Australia

Germany

South Africa

Norway

India

Netherlands

Malaysia

France

For new readers!

I know there are a lot of you, so rather than simply repost information for new readers, please visit the August roundup and scroll to the new reader section to find out how best to use the information archived here.  There is one change and that is that we have now posted 7,913 posts since 2007.

See my newest video, It is about the issue of Congress and the budget.

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Weekly round-up for the week ending September 24, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 24, 2016

One week ago today we had two Islamic terror attacks perpetrated by a refugee and another by a man whose family we gave political asylum to…

And, one week from today, October 1, 2016 expect the flood gates to open as the Obama Administration’s 110,000 refugees begin to flow into your towns. The word coming from the over-joyed refugee industry itself is that 20,000-30,000 will be Syrian (mostly Sunni) Muslim refugees.

Frankly, I expect Obama’s open-borders-pushers throughout the government will see these last nearly 4 months of Obama’s presidency as their opportunity to go on an orgy—admitting refugees with complete abandon—especially as they know there seems to be no will in Congress to stop him!

 

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Forget Obama! These two men, Senator Mitch McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan, are DIRECTLY responsible for the refugee flow to your towns and cities. I wonder does McConnell have a wall around his home like Ryan does?

 

For right now, forget your mayors, your city councils, your state legislators and your governors with their lawsuits, there are eight key people (all REPUBLICANS) who could stop the invasion if they wanted to join forces: In the Senate it is Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, Subcommittee Chairman Jeff Sessions and Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran.

In the House it is Speaker Paul Ryan, Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, Subcommittee Chairman Trey Gowdy, and Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers.

Only one so far, and that is Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, has the guts to stand up for sanity as Obama brings in thousands upon thousands of refugees.  Forget security for a minute and consider how unsustainable Obama’s plan is on a fiscal level.

Thanks for listening to my tirade!  Here are the Top Three Posts of the week. No surprise, they all relate to the St. Cloud Somali terror attack of last Saturday night.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is responsible for the Somali chaos in St. Cloud

Knife-wielding attacker (who injured 9) in St. Cloud mall was a Somali

MN Governor Dayton: Don’t like immigrants, get out of Minnesota!

For new readers, click here for all of my usual information about RRW.

Visit Blue Ridge Forum!

Want to keep up with all the news from your favorite writers on this issue? Visit Richard Falknor’s Blue Ridge Forum for his excellent blogroll! It’s one-stop shopping! Click here where Richard has hot links to so many great websites and writers.  You won’t have to search all over the web every day for all of the important news on this issue and others, your sources are right there in the right hand column blogroll.

I’m headed over there now to see what is new!

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