Have you ever noticed that a lot of newcomers to America are Muslims? Why are they coming to small towns instead of the big cities? Who is paying for them to be here? And most importantly, will they assimilate? We get into these questions.
On today’s episode of Home Front, we interview Ann Corcoran from Refugee Resettlement Watch. Ann Corcoran is the editor of the Refugee Resettlement Watch and author of a book called Refugee Resettlement and Hijra to America.
How would you like it if you were told your horses couldn’t drink water out of your own creek? Today we talk with someone who fought back and still has her farm, but what about those who choose not to fight? You’ll get some thoughts and new ideas on property rights. Listen to hear what you need to know in case this happens to you on Home Front.
Rene’ Holaday comes to us from Stevens County, Washington State. She is the author of The Perils of Sustainable Development. Rene’ Holaday is also a full time researcher for stopanimalid.org
United Nations document information is here: http://www.un.org/earthwatch/biodiversity/assessment.html
Property Rights information is here: http://www.capr.us/STEVENS/
Cynthia Davis speaks with Bill Federer about the origins of the United Nations, Agenda 21, freedom of speech, where we came from and where we are headed.