And, local citizens like Laura Mae ask important questions, like this one: “We already have homeless vets and homeless people here as it is. Why do we have to help others before our people here?” Yesterday I told you about how 350 illegal aliens from the DR Congo were being sent first to San Antonio, … Continue reading Lewiston, ME Officials Cautiously Watch the Congolese Shipments Arriving in Portland
This post isn’t going to be one of those juicy crime stories I enjoy writing (and you enjoy reading!), but this news is worth your time and consideration. It is a story about the Left eating its own…. Perhaps one of the most important and consistent themes in my writing since I first became … Continue reading Portland Refugee Agency Accused by AFSCME of Opposing Unionization
Yesterday I saw that Daniel Horowitz had voiced his support for the proposal I mentioned here the other day. I think its a good proposal if the goal is to bring attention to the issue and to twist the tails of Progressives, however it has no practical purpose in my opinion, and, here is why: … Continue reading Why the Trump Proposal to Allow Local Governments to Veto Refugee Resettlement is Flawed
This news from earlier this month has been languishing in my posting queue and today I thought it was time for a little laugh. I’ve been telling you about the African asylum seekers migrating to Maine where the welfare is excellent. So many have arrived in Portland that new ‘welcoming’ communities needed to be found … Continue reading Africans in Maine: We don’t want to live in the forest! We hate snakes!
“How do they have a place for them but not for us?” (A homeless woman in Maine) I can’t believe my eyes. A local media outlet has dared to publish this news and it comes at a time when the national media is dumping on the President who says Americans should come first when it … Continue reading Maine Homeless Question Why Asylum Seekers Will Get Housing Before They do!
First, you might want to revisit my post of August 1st, here, where I reported about the ‘welcome’ the African migrants, the asylum seekers who came across the US southern border, are getting in Portland, Maine. The city raised over $850,000 from charitable donations for the African migrants mostly from the DR Congo*** living in … Continue reading Maine: Prince Pombo Says Twitter Account in His Name is Fake
Update August 5th: Be sure to see my post yesterday on Prince Pombo’s assertion that the Twitter account in that name is a fake account. We learn he has a different last name. Update/Correction (maybe): I haven’t had a chance to look into this story but it appears that Prince Pombo says that someone made … Continue reading An ‘Asylum Seeker’ in Maine Says the Congolese Want Houses; Question Where is our Money?
Editor: I’m back and overwhelmed by the number of stories I need to post in the coming days. I’m starting with this one for a couple of reasons. First, since RRW is not available at the moment, this is the sort of alert I might have placed there, and secondly it is in some ways … Continue reading Alert! Massachusetts Activist Pushes for Towns to Take-in Border Jumpers
“Along the way, word passed from mouth to mouth about a far-off place that would welcome them: Portland, Maine.” I hope you all had a great Independence Day yesterday! This story from the Portland Press Herald is one of many stories I have in a queue on the migration to Portland, Maine by Africans … Continue reading How the Congo is Moving to Welcoming Maine
Those entering the U.S. through this route did so because they “were scared the [refugee] process was not gonna work, or that it’s last (sic) a standstill.” (Christina Higgs, Catholic Charities San Antonio) I am furious to see that the border jumpers claim (or at least their Catholic handlers claim) that the refugee process … Continue reading Catholic Charities Helping to Relocate Congolese Illegal Aliens