Easily the first question anyone asks who is hearing for the first time that we have admitted to the US, at great taxpayer expense, hundreds of thousands of refugees over the last four decades is this: Why aren’t we taking care of our own vulnerable people first? The other day when I said that we … Continue reading Syracuse Letter Writer: Take Care of Americans First!
I’m happy to report on a letter-to-the-editor at Syracuse.com because I had meant to post on the original article that generated this reader’s letter and never got around to it. Letter-writer George Checksfield is referring to an article, here, in which we learn that the State of New York is plugging the “hole” created by … Continue reading Syracuse, NY letter to editor: help me with Catholic Charities fuzzy math
….where Catholic Charities is seeding the city with Somalis! Let me repeat! Catholic Charities is responsible in this story about Somalis living in slums in Syracuse. Watch! Instead of recognizing that we are resettling more impoverished people (with no chance at upward mobility) to American slums in the name of ‘Christian charity’ than we can … Continue reading Another story about refugees living in slums, Syracuse this time….
Did you ever hear of the ‘big lie theory?’ Basically it says that the lie is so colossal no one would believe you made it up. But, one of many big lies perpetrated by the refugee resettlement industry is the one which says pouring thousands of impoverished immigrants into a dying city will revive it—-a … Continue reading Syracuse, NY refugee story confirms imported immigrant poverty does not revitalize cities
We told you, here, the other day about Syracuse mayor Stephanie Miner inviting more*** Syrian ‘refugees’ to Syracuse, but it appears her constituents are not thrilled. Here is a portion of a letter to the editor (Mayor, how will we fund refugee resettlement?) that appeared at Syracuse.com in response to their earlier article. I suspect … Continue reading Syracuse citizens not happy with Mayor's invite to Syrians