From Red Ice Radio
Ann Corcoran was educated at Rutgers and Yale Universities and is a conservative grassroots activist who blogs at Refugee Resettlement Watch, the go-to place on the Internet for anyone wishing to understand the governmental process of the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program.
In early 2015, the Center for Security Policy Press published her monograph in book form entitled: ‘Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to America.’
Ann joins us to discuss her important work at Refugee Resettlement Watch, where she reports on the mass immigration of refugees into America and the ongoing (foreign migrant) crisis in Europe.
She highlights her research into the Virginia Council of Churches, a program that is responsible for resettling hundreds of mainly Muslim refugees in rural western Maryland beginning in 2007.
We discuss the political ties of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) to the US Democratic Party, along with their underlying agenda. Ann explains the different meanings of ‘refugee’ and ‘asylum seeker,’ and she touches on the UN process for selecting refugees from different parts of the world for resettlement in the US. She talks about federal grants that are awarded to big corporations who seek to employ cheap immigrant factory laborers, as well as the taxpayer expense of importing impoverished families who are placed on the fast track to receiving welfare benefits. Then, we get into the federal government’s plans to ‘diversify’ certain zip codes across the US, and the HUD housing rewards that keep city officials and developers blinded from the long term consequences of accommodating completely incompatible cultures. >>>read more, and to listen to an hour-long dialogue HERE.