New York Times uses the B-word (boycott) when writing about Chobani Yogurt

They raised the issue, not me! I’m not complaining about the New York Times, this is what they do, but I thought you should see this article (just in case you didn’t know you were a xenophobic hater for questioning what¬†Hamdi Ulukaya is doing to Twin Falls, Idaho). They must be really fearing another B-word … Continue reading New York Times uses the B-word (boycott) when writing about Chobani Yogurt

Heads up Poughkeepsie, New York: 'Christian' charity to bring you Syrian Muslims likely before January 2017

Update November 12th: Church World Service counts on fact that local communities don’t know much about refugee program/history of terrorism, here. Update November 8th: Information meeting (Nov. 10th) moved to larger venue as criticism mounts. Federal contractor admits little information given to local elected body, here. Update November 5th: Sitting Democrat Congressman should have known … Continue reading Heads up Poughkeepsie, New York: 'Christian' charity to bring you Syrian Muslims likely before January 2017

Rutland, VT mayor takes his refugee promotion show on the road to rural upstate New York

If you live in New York’s North Country, beware, because the great minds at the Adirondack North Country Association have invited Mayor Christopher Louras down from Rutland to tell them all about how to best get some refugees for themselves (for your towns!). I’m sure the folks in Rutland will be tickled to see what … Continue reading Rutland, VT mayor takes his refugee promotion show on the road to rural upstate New York

New York is consistently one of the top 5 states in the nation to 'welcome' refugees

But, contrary to what you might think, it isn’t New York City they are going to. ¬†Resettlement contractors operating in the state are placing them in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Utica along with a whole host of smaller cities throughout the state.     On these pages over the years we’ve told you about … Continue reading New York is consistently one of the top 5 states in the nation to 'welcome' refugees