In the month of September the President, by law, sends a ‘determination‘ to Congress about the size and scope of the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program for the upcoming fiscal year which begins October 1st.
This is the year he could really accomplish something if he suspends the program and forces Congress to review it.
(It won’t happen in 2018 because it’s an election year.)
But, those of you who follow RRW daily are probably sick of hearing about that.
I meant to write an August round-up (hope it was a good summer for you), but got lazy, so am taking a minute here to just thank you all for continuing to follow my work. And, to thank you (I don’t do that enough) for the donations you have sent my way which I take as validation that I’m providing some useful information.
(I took down my pay pal link when they began their purge of websites they are trying to kill—like my friends at VDARE!)
And, thanks too for the books, letters and notes sent to my snail mail address.
I encourage all of you to visit RRW, and not just rely on your e-mail subscription that I gather is increasingly unreliable (WordPress sends it out, not me).
(Over the years, I told people to simply “google” Refugee Resettlement Watch and my blog was at the top because it had been around for so long. Now, there isn’t a direct link to the blog, lots of other mentions, but not the front page of RRW as ‘google’ works against freedom of thought and expression.)
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EDITORS NOTE: The featured image is of a man protesting President Donald Trump’s immigration policies and supporting refugees stands in front of a Trump supporter February 17th in New York City. Photo by REUTERS/Stephanie Keith.