Editor: If you missed it over the weekend, please go here and read all about the two events in St. Cloud, Minnesota on Saturday. One was a small gathering including union organizers and Somali refugees protesting—what were they protesting? They had planned to protest against a local VFW post for daring to allow a group … Continue reading Bob Enos of Willmar, MN speaks, won't be deterred!
When I saw this—one more story on Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ and the slowdown in refugee arrivals to America, it was just one more ‘ho-hum’—so what else is new. But, like most of the stories a little nugget pops out that gives me a better picture of how the UN and the US State Department are … Continue reading South African xenophobia is the reason some Somalis are in Mankato, MN
Editor: From time to time we post guest opinion pieces and comments worth noting. This is another from Bob Enos of Willmar, Minnesota (home of Jenny-O turkeys!). Here he is reacting to a pronouncement by the state legislature that it simply cannot calculate the cost of refugees to the taxpayer. Of course, since the state’s … Continue reading Guest column: There is no political will to tabulate true cost of refugees to taxpayers' wallets
Editor: From time to time I post guest columns from readers whose work adds significant new information to our discussion about how the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program is having an impact on your wallets and your quality of life. Here reader Bob Enos crunches numbers about Somali employment in Minnesota and finds some very interesting … Continue reading Minnesotan does some homework on refugee employment issue; comes to unexpected conclusion
Reader Bob Enos sent us his thoughts after reading Ms. Wolfe’s paean (in Foreign Policy) to grandpa (in which the author takes the opportunity to, like all good Leftists, use hot button words to describe RRW). See my post here with a link to “journalist” Lauren Wolfe’s opposition to the idea of “assimilation.” (You may … Continue reading Guest column: Unlikely that today’s refugees will be like yesterday’s self-reliant immigrants to America