If you have missed news about refugees, I’m still writing about them at Frauds and Crooks and as of last night I am back up and running at Refugee Resettlement Watch’s Facebook page. You can find the page here (48,000 likes!). I’ll post refugee news there that I might not use at Frauds and Crooks. See Frauds … Continue reading Find me on Facebook and at my other blog, Frauds, Crooks and Criminals
Yesterday I posted this story at Frauds and Crooks: Writer: Solve Border Crisis by Turning Asylum Seekers Over to Refugee Resettlement Agencies for Care (ahhhhh!) After following the activities of the US Refugee Resettlement Agencies—the nine federal contractors largely funded by you and me (the taxpayers)—I can say with absolute certainty that this is a … Continue reading You can still get refugee news like this at my new blog—Frauds, Crooks and Criminals!
If you haven’t made the move from RRW to my new blog Frauds, Crooks and Criminals, come on over! LOL! About 5,000 of you have never joined me there! Yesterday I told readers how things are going at the three-month mark! If it’s refugee news you are looking for, I still write about that at … Continue reading Come on over to Frauds and Crooks!
Just in case you didn’t know that RRW is no longer an active site (although you can still access thousands of posts here!), I want to be sure you see how things are going at my new blog:Â Frauds, Crooks and Criminals!
If you didn’t know I started a new website called Frauds, Crooks and CriminalsÂ three weeks ago and have posted about 40 times there already. Here are two posts from yesterday that might interest you (click on the headline): Worcester â€œManâ€� Admits Guilt in Identity Theft Scheme at Crooked ConvenienceÂ Store And, here: Cleveland: Suit against Catholic … Continue reading Have you missed Refugee Resettlement Watch?
A few of you asked yesterday if my subscribers would automatically switch over to Frauds, Crooks and Criminals and the answer is—I doubt it! So if you want to be sure to get news as I write, best to go to ‘Frauds and Crooks’ and subscribe. Here is my newest post just now: Virginia: Alexandria … Continue reading Reminder! Subscribe to my new site!
Happy New Year everybody! I am happy to announce that I have started a new website and I call it Frauds, Crooks and Criminals. Click here to read all about it! When I began writing Refugee Resettlement Watch in 2007, I believed it was my job to balance the news on an issue where the … Continue reading See my new website!
Update: Yikes it is way different! When I get some time I will try to switch the site to something more readable! For all of you still using RRW as a research tool, note the look of the site has changed. I was messing around with the templates and switched to another of the wordpress … Continue reading Housekeeping note from Ann
And, thanks for understanding that after 11 years of almost daily researching and writing stories on the refugee program and related issues, I need a break. Thank you for all of your notes of thanks and encouragement. I haven’t disappeared to a sunny beach somewhere and am having fun tweeting on an expanded list […]
Did the Open Borders Republicans looking for cheap labor finally persuade the President to unceremoniously dump the only man (probably in all of America!) who knew the nuts of bolts of immigration law and who had fought for decades to put America first when it came to the demographic makeup of the country? As long […]
I woke up this morning with my head spinning about the results nationwide, and couldn’t at first figure out where to dive in to tell you what I think about the midterm election results. Over time, I’ll have more to say about what it all means, but I do know this—there will be no legislative […]
From NPR: Muslims Hope To ‘Wake Up’ At The Ballot Box This Year On a recent Saturday afternoon in an office in St. Paul, Minn., a flurry of calls went out to Native American and Latinos voters reminding them to vote Nov. 6. And there was a new group added to the list: Muslims. Until […]
This is a little housekeeping post for new readers, and maybe some longtime readers too! First, if you subscribe to RRW and read my posts on your computer or phone and never visit RRW, you are missing a lot. What prompted me to write this post is a comment from a new reader telling me […]
If you’ve forgotten all about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s now infamous 2017 tweet inviting refugees to Canada to stick it to President Trump, I’m here to remind you! Canada’s 2019 election is expected to be contentious, to say the least, with immigration at the forefront. Soooo… Trudeau now wants to speed up […]
Three Republicans have said they will work to stop or at least curtail further resettlement to the state if elected. From Twin Cities Pioneer Press: Some Republican candidates want to suspend refugee resettlement in Minnesota. Can they do that? Minnesota has welcomed thousands of refugees since the federal resettlement process was set in 1980. […]
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette‘s headline is this: Pittsburgh’s Jewish refugee resettlement agency, HIAS vow to continue work after threats, Squirrel Hill shooting The story paints a picture of a ‘non-profit‘ group that is all about welcoming the poor and downtrodden to America, but never mentions the fact that it is more than 50% funded by […]
That UN Global Compact for Migration could crumble as more countries signal they won’t sign the document in Morocco in December. We told you about it here recently. President Trump took us out at the very beginning and then Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban also said no way. Sounds warm and fuzzy, so what is […]
Just now I was looking at stats for the month of October and realized I hadn’t reported in a very long time about where readers come from to get their refugee news. Although only tiny numbers arrive here from more than a hundred countries and territories, here is a screenshot of the first part of […]
They heard they would have to work in America! This is another in my ever-expanding archive about that Obama “dumb deal” (honored by President Trump) to take 1,250 of Australia’s detained illegal aliens to the US as refugees. Readers need to know that this whole scheme is outside the normal internationally understood process for dealing […]
Editors note: The other day when I reminded readers about my rules on comments, I invited those of you who had more than a few words to say to send me a guest post for my consideration. I have an entire category that has gone unused lately entitled ‘Comments worth noting/guest posts’ here. As things […]