They cite their “collective scriptural mandate” as the reason for their demands that you, the American taxpayer, pay for their ‘religious’ charity. Honestly, this is probably one of the most maddening aspects of this subject—-why on earth do they think the Bible says that government must take care of the poor? Why can’t these “faith” … Continue reading 750 “faith” groups and “faith” leaders tell the President that they want 75,000 additional third worlders admitted to US beginning October first
This is the first in what will be many posts in my new category‘ Legal immigration and jobs.’ In fact, it’s this piece of information, now mysteriously missing from the US State Department’s website, that inspired this new category. Clinton brings cheap refugee labor to Iowa I’ve reported on this many many times on these … Continue reading Tyson Foods Shelbyville, TN: all sorts of goodies to get and keep immigrant labor
Here is an opinion piece from The Tennessean (published while I was away over the weekend) once again highlighting the problems encountered in many states regarding the supposed speedy self-sufficiency refugees are said to attain upon resettlement. Even if we didn’t have the facts and figures, it defies logic that tens of thousands of third-worlders, … Continue reading Catholic Charities Tennessee tries to pretend refugees don’t use welfare for the longterm
You bet they are! Why else send a high level delegation to the state last week to chat it up with those who drafted a bill that was ultimately signed into law that tells the feds they must do what federal law already says—coordinate with local officials before refugees are resettled into a particular state. … Continue reading Are they worrying over Tennessee at the US State Department?
Update: More accounts of the State Department’s trip to calm down the state of Tennessee over refugees, here and here. I expect this was a mission to calm things down in a state, the only state!, that has taken action to set up a process to put a moratorium in place if a local community … Continue reading State Department refugee officials in Tennessee this week