I’m sorry, I shouldn’t be so cynical, but honestly why are foreign-born poor people needier and more deserving than America born disabled, impoverished and struggling in the eyes of these ‘good Christians’? Is it somehow more charitable to care for immigrants than their own neighbors? Are ‘refugees’ somehow cooler than our own poor people (of … Continue reading Breaking news! Spartanburg, SC Christians have run out of "vulnerable" Americans in need of help!
What else can you expect from the New York Times? Just one more reminder of how the Left dominates the big papers in America. But, it is o.k. even biased reports like this one help to get the words ‘refugee resettlement’ out to a public that did not know that this has been going on … Continue reading NY Times goes to Spartanburg, spin in first paragraph shows reporter's bias
This is Part II of my earlier post about South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley caving in to the federal government and signaling her willingness to ‘welcome’ refugees to South Carolina, a state which has heretofore not been a big target for resettlement (as have Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia). That all changed earlier in the … Continue reading Spartanburg residents not happy with "pontificating" from Asst. Sec. of State
….but, only to small selected groups! And, she will meet separately with each one according to the latest from Go Upstate. Update August 24th: For more information on what is happening, contact Dr. Christina Jeffrey. firstname.lastname@example.org A trip by the Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration frankly signals that the State Department is … Continue reading Asst. Secretary of State Anne Richard will answer questions about refugees in Spartanburg, SC this coming week….
This is one more in our new series of posts on what concerned citizens are doing to resist the colonization of their towns and cities by the UN/US State Department using impoverished third worlders (all part of the Obama Administration plan to “seed” your community with ethnic and economic diversity). We will be bringing to … Continue reading News from Spartanburg, SC, a "Pocket of Resistance"