Big surprise, Not! How many times over the years have I posted on violence against refugees who were placed in bad neighborhoods and substandard housing by the ‘religious charities’ that the US State Department hired to take care of them. The ‘charities’ will claim in their defense that they don’t have the money to place … Continue reading Columbus, Ohio: Refugee Gang-Raped in Low-Income Neighborhood
“Advocates for immigrants and refugees say about 200 languages are spoken in the state.” Some refugees are in America for years and never learn to speak English, and indeed many arrive in America unable to read in their own language, so now refugee resettlement agencies are scrambling to get out instructions to immigrant communities … Continue reading Ohio: Refugee Agencies Scramble to Get COVID-19 Warnings to Those Who Don’t Speak English
John Binder does excellent work on the immigration/refugee beat for Breitbart and this is one post I missed (lost in my overflowing e-mail inbox). Thanks to reader Robert for bringing it to my attention. More confirmation that we aren’t only dealing with liberal Open Borders types on immigration, but must battle Chamber of Commerce Republicans … Continue reading Ohio GOP Chair: We Want Refugee Workers in Ohio
Ohio is developing in to one of the most migrant ‘welcoming’ states in the nation thanks to its present governor and former candidate for President, John Kasich. But, this is a bit much even for him! For all of you who are sick of the ‘welcome the stranger’ club many leaders of the Religious Left … Continue reading Ohio Gov Kasich: The Lord wants us to accept the migrant caravan; Biblical expert: not so fast!
As you know we track the monthly refugee admissions numbers at the US State Department affiliate we call simply Wrapsnet. In a few days we will also check the list for incoming Iraq and Afghanistan so-called special immigrant visa holders. Their numbers have been helping keep paying client numbers up for the federal contractors, the … Continue reading Refugee admission numbers tick slightly upward for May; Texas and Ohio top the list