We get another warning!

This is the third time in a week we (at RRW) are being warned that Islamic supremacists are taking over.  This e-mail was sent to many others in the US willing to stand up against Jihadists and we are honored to be in such distinguished company:

i know you dislike that sharia is talking [he! he! he! guess he means taking!-ed] over the world, but that is a fact, so get used to it!

first great britain, now belgium, then the netherlands, and we will continue inshaallah until the rule of Allah swt is applied on the whole world!

Not America buddy!

A little later:  This just confirms again that Baron Bodissey at Gates of Vienna is correct—let’s deal with this in this generation when we still have many with the guts to stand up to the bullies.

Where to find information: the law governing refugee resettlement

The Refugee Act of 1980, spearheaded by none other than Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden (and others), is 30 years old on April Fool’s Day!   You can find the regulations governing this law at Justia, here.   All of us, myself included, need to be spending more time reviewing those regulations because it appears they are being skirted every day by some participants (federal and state governments and volags) and we need to start reminding them to follow the law!

One final thought!  The Obama White House is gleefully grabbing more and more executive power as the legislative branch’s power is weakening.  The National Security Council does not have the authority to reform the refugee program, here.

Where to find information: we have a new fact sheet

Check out our fact sheet page above (on the header).  We have a new one.  Our original fact sheet was getting way out of date (I wrote it in 2007).  This one has been written in collaboration with others and we encourage any of you who wish to add something to let us know, with one caveat!  Don’t send us information that is readily available to the mainstream media and prepaired by those in the refugee industry.

Also, note that we are still working on the contact information for government employees, so any help you can give there is greatly appreciated.

For new readers:  This is also filed in our ‘where to find information’ category here.

Furor over Fox! Are we seeing the Saudi influence at Fox News

Update:  One of many good commentaries on how Beck screwed up big time, here.  And, here is Mark Steyn on Krauthammer.

I had a slew of e-mails this morning on what Fox News did last night on Geert Wilders.  I saw some of it myself and was disgusted by what appeared a joint plan between Glenn Beck and Fox’s Special Report to trash Wilders.  Unfortunately my time is limited this morning so I urge you to read Jerry Gordon’s post at New English Review to find out what all the anger is about.   We at RRW admire Wilders very much and predict Krauthammer (who I usually count on to know the facts) and company will come to eat their words!

Immigration reform (aka Amnesty) bill on the horizon

I mentioned this the other day when I told you about the upcoming demonstration for open borders scheduled for March 21st in Washington, DC (that’s the one where the refugee resettlement agencies plan to demonstrate when they should be busying themselves taking care of the tens of thousands of refugees they are bringing into the country.)

Now that the Obama Administration has the country thoroughly angry he is signalling that the Administration is willing to make people even angrier by promoting amnesty.

See the Wall Street Journal this morning on the latest gambit—a National identification card for us all.  Where in the Constitution does it say that the federal government can track ordinary law-abiding citizens?

Lawmakers working to craft a new comprehensive immigration bill have settled on a way to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants: a national biometric identification card all American workers would eventually be required to obtain.

Under the potentially controversial plan still taking shape in the Senate, all legal U.S. workers, including citizens and immigrants, would be issued an ID card with embedded information, such as fingerprints, to tie the card to the worker.

The ID card plan is one of several steps advocates of an immigration overhaul are taking to address concerns that have defeated similar bills in the past.

The uphill effort to pass a bill is being led by Sens. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), who plan to meet with President Barack Obama as soon as this week to update him on their work. An administration official said the White House had no position on the biometric card.

“It’s the nub of solving the immigration dilemma politically speaking,” Mr. Schumer said in an interview. The card, he said, would directly answer concerns that after legislation is signed, another wave of illegal immigrants would arrive. “If you say they can’t get a job when they come here, you’ll stop it.”

The biggest objections to the biometric cards may come from privacy advocates, who fear they would become de facto national ID cards that enable the government to track citizens.

“It is fundamentally a massive invasion of people’s privacy,” said Chris Calabrese, legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union. “We’re not only talking about fingerprinting every American, treating ordinary Americans like criminals in order to work. We’re also talking about a card that would quickly spread from work to voting to travel to pretty much every aspect of American life that requires identification.”

Yikes! I’m on the same side as the ACLU!

Hey, Senator Graham, what’s wrong with sealing the borders so potential terrorists like the Somalis that came across the Mexican border in recent months (here and here) can no longer get in?  Deport criminals.  And, then make sure E-verify works.  Seems to me that that is all that is needed to “reform” immigration.