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Refugee Resettlement Round-Up For January 13, 2017: Ann On Facebook, Etc.
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January 17, 2017, 02:15 PM
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Ann Corcoran of Refugee Resettlement Watch published her latest roundup—go here to read the whole thing, or here for the main blog with many more such stories. Ann writes:
This is my logo at RRW’s facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RefugeeInfoResource/
I’m going to make this a quick post because I have too much other important news to write about.

Before I get to the three top posts of the week, I want to talk about facebook. Truthfully, I never really got into it and so I’m not very savvy about using it and I don’t have enough hours in the day to answer your many comments and inquiries at my Refugee Resettlement Watch facebook page here. (Remember it is just me here, this is not an organization and I have no staff).

I haven’t posted everything I write at that facebook page, but I think I will from now on. At this point in time, the page has 37,000 likes and a friend posts some additional news items on it.

I believe you can go there and follow me there.

As for my ‘friends,’ I get many requests every day and I will try harder to add you, but I don’t post much on my personal timeline anyway, I post at the page!

And, as I have said many times, I am on twitter (@refugeewatcher) and I tweet often (average around 8 tweets a day). I place every post I write on twitter plus many other related news items every day (some that you send me, but that I have no time to post on the blog itself).

You can see both my twitter feed in the right hand column here and my facebook page in the left hand column right here on RRW.

Enough of that!

Here are the Top Three Posts of the last week:

Aberdeen update: Efforts abound in South Dakota to keep citizens in the dark about refugees

Rochester, NY: Confirmation that the US State Department has packed the pipeline with refugees in advance of Trump

HUGE! Food stamp fraud bust in Baltimore, check out the names, see a pattern?

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Yippee! This time next week, we will have a new America!

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