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Tomorrow I’ll have been on the road for two weeks and I’ve made stops in 7 states and put 2,000 miles on my car. There is a very clear pattern developing and I’m going to take each piece one at a time. 548 more words
With mayors like these who needs enemies!
Update: Refugees now a hot topic in gubernatorial race, see here.
As I travel around the US meeting with citizens concerned about the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program, patterns are developing and one of those is that there is no doubt that when your town is targeted for a new resettlement site (or expansion of an old one) it is done with the utmost secrecy and very often involves an over-zealous elected official (a mayor or city council member). 271 more words
Oh gosh, where do I begin to tell you about Refugee Resettlement Watch‘s road trip. My head is spinning with all I’ve heard and seen and it would take me hours to tell you. 1,103 more words
As regular readers know by now, I am driving through the heartland to learn more about how towns and cities, seeded through the UN/US State Department with growing enclaves of ethnic diversity and where in most cases no effort to assimilate by the newcomers, is creating politically and socially tense communities. 789 more words
First, I’ve been seeing a whole lot of America since I left Maryland a week ago today. Thanks so much to all of you who have met me along the way to tell me about what is happening to your towns and cities as a result of the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program. 427 more words