Hmmmm! This is from a short article at The Catholic Record in Kentucky. It’s about how difficult it was for a new employee with Migration and Refugee Services in Louisville to learn the ropes about the resettlement process. I can relate since I’m still learning the system after writing about it for nearly 11 years, … Continue reading Kentucky Somali says the UN picked Louisville as his resettlement destination
We know that, so why am I posting yet one more “plummet” story that the refugee industry has fed the media? Because in this story we see the beginning of the strategy for Fiscal Year ’19 which I mentioned here the other day. Right on cue they have begun the PR push for pre-Trump levels … Continue reading Kentucky refugee numbers dip, drop, dwindle
Faithful readers know that this is a long time in coming, but we now see movement with the legal challenge that has the best shot of success in pushing the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program toward reform. The case, to be litigated by the Thomas Moore Law Center after the Tennessee legislature voted to sue and … Continue reading Tennessee lawsuit challenging refugee program could be filed by end of January, Kentucky may join
We have so many new readers and I suspect many of you don’t even know that in 2011 two Iraqi refugees living in Bowling Green, KY (Rand Paul’s hometown) were arrested and ultimately convicted of working for al-Qaida in Iraq. I think you can find most of our coverage of the case by typing ‘Kentucky … Continue reading Kentucky: One of two convicted Iraqi refugee terrorists wants his sentence reduced
Update November 1: The UNHCR has picked nearly 20,000 Syrians for us, says our commitment is “open-ended” here. The Obama Administration says they will resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in the US in FY 2016 which began October 1. Here is a map showing where the first 187 Syrians have been placed (as of today). … Continue reading Did your state get Syrian Muslim refugees in October? Kentucky still number one!