Friday, October 7, 2016

Did Jesus Christ Foretell Devastating Storms?

An interesting article from about prophetic hurricanes. This follows this post about the Day of Atonement. For a free magazine subscription or to get the books recommended for free click HERE! or call 1-888-886- 8632.

In Matthew 24:7-8, Jesus Christ foretold signs that would mark the time leading up to His return: “For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places …”
We have certainly seen devastating earthquakes in recent years. The December 2004 earthquake off Indonesia was the most powerful in decades, unleashing a massive tsunami that took some 300,000 lives. Less than a year later, an earthquake in southern Asia killed another 30,000.
In Matthew 24:7, the Greek word translated “earthquakes” is seismos, from which we derive such English words as “seismology,” referring to the study of earthquakes. Strong’s Lexicon defines it as “a commotion, i.e. (of the air) a gale, (of the ground) an earthquake—earthquake, tempest” (Strong’s No. 4578).
So seismos has a broader meaning than just the earth shaking. Matthew 8 records how a violent storm overtook Jesus and His disciples on the Sea of Galilee, threatening to capsize their boat and drown them—until Jesus miraculously calmed the winds and waves.
The word used in Matthew 8:24 for this powerful storm is seismos , here translated “tempest.” So we see that seismos can also refer to violent storms and isn’t limited strictly to earthquakes. When Jesus foretold “famines, pestilences and earthquakes in various places,” His words encompass natural disasters that include earthquakes, but can also apply to hurricanes, tornadoes and other such deadly storms.
As we saw with Hurricane Katrina, these storms can be enormously destructive. Katrina took more than 1,200 lives and caused an estimated $200 billion in damage, not counting the economic hit from losses to shipping, oil and gas production, fishing and agriculture. New Orleans, devastated by the storm, will not fully recover for decades— if ever.
A hurricane like Katrina, which reached category 5 strength before weakening, can produce winds greater than 155 miles an hour and push ahead of it a wall of water 18 feet or higher, doing major damage to virtually anything in its path.
Are such natural disasters increasing as Jesus foretold?
The Sept. 16, 2005, issue of Science magazine reports on research by scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the National Center for Atmospheric Research. They concluded that while the total number of hurricanes and cyclones had not increased, there has been “a sharp increase during the past 35 years in the number of category 4 and 5 tropical cyclones, the most intense storms that cause most of the damage on landfall” (Richard Kerr, “Is Katrina a Harbinger of Still More Powerful Hurricanes?,” p. 1807).
Specifically, the frequency of the most dangerous and damaging storms—those rated category 4 and 5— increased by 80 percent from the 1970s to the latest decade.
This should certainly make us sit up and take notice. Later in Jesus Christ’s same prophecy, as recorded in Luke 21:25-28, He says: “And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth …
“Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.”

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NEW YORK TIMES Subtly Warns Pro-Black Race War Film BIRTH OF A NATION Has Potential to Incite Violence Toward Whites

A timely post from about the movie "Birth of a Nation." This follows this post about the TV show "Designated Survivor." This follows this post about the "Mothers of the Movement." This follows this post about rap songs referencing Donald Trump.
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NEW YORK TIMES Subtly Warns Pro-Black Race War Film BIRTH OF A NATION Has Potential to Incite Violence Toward Whites

Back in 1988, a movie called Mississippi Burning was released.
Why? The goal was obviously to induce white guilt in those white people who saw it and black rage in those black people who viewed the film.
Both worked.
A New York Times review of Mississippi Burning—a movie that the screenwriters admitted was mostly the work of fiction— wrote it “literally crackles with racial hate.”
Why is this important to note? Because a number of black people who saw the film acted on that racial hate.
This group of black people, enraged from seeing Mississippi Burning – remember, a work of fiction—  said “Do you all feel hyped up to move on some white people?’ “`You all want to f*ck somebody up? There goes a white boy; go get him”, and   chased down 14-year-old Gregory Reddick (after counting to three, a macabre timer for racial revenge) and “beat him severely, and stole his tennis shoes. The boy was rendered unconscious and remained in a coma for four days.” [Wisconsin v. Mitchell (92-515), 508 U.S. 47 (1993).]
Why is this important to even bring up?
This is why.
Tricky Goal for ‘Birth of a Nation’: Inspire but Don’t Incite, by Brooks Barnes, New York Times, October 2, 2016. Emphases added.
turnerlivesThe coming film “The Birth of a Nation,” which recounts a violent 1831 slave rebellion and includes scenes that evoke present-day outrage over fatal police shootings of black men, has been marketed as an urgent call to action.
In publicity materials, Nate Parker, the film’s director, writer, producer and star, says audiences should leave theaters asking, “When injustice knocks at our own front door, are we going to counter it with everything we have?” The distributor of the historical drama, Fox Searchlight, has promoted it with provocative posters depicting Mr. Parker’s character with his head in a noose made from an American flag and with trailers that feature Andra Day’s stirring rhythm-and-blues song “Rise Up.”
But when “The Birth of a Nation” arrives in roughly 2,000 theaters on Friday, Fox Searchlight is hoping that a parallel and largely invisible marketing effort — one intended to contain and frame Mr. Parker’s message — will ease the film into communities already on edge. As the nation struggles to deal with the issue of race after a number of episodes in which unarmed black men have been killed by the police, prompting protests in cities across the country, the studio wants “The Birth of a Nation” to inspire but not incite.
Whether Fox Searchlight can have it both ways will depend on the effectiveness of a grass-roots campaign aimed at churches, schools and pockets of political influence.
As it has publicly dealt with new attention on a rape case from 1999 involving Mr. Parker, the studio has quietly hosted an unusually expansive series of private screenings of the film for groups like the Congressional Black Caucus and the Conference of National Black Churches. Aja Brown, the mayor of Compton, Calif., will be a co-host of an advance screening at a local theater on Monday. Studio operatives have also distributed guides to roughly 80,000 churches that contain suggestions for weaving the film and its themes into sermons. Classroom study materials were made available to more than 30,000 teachers.
“We can’t control how the film is ultimately read, what actions people may take, but one message has been that there are very viable and practical steps,” said the Rev. Marshall Mitchell, a pastor and movie consultant who since April has been among those working to build interest in Mr. Parker’s film while also reducing its volatility. “Rise up by voting. Rise up to build affordable housing. Rise up in a constructive way.”
In conjunction with the film, Fox Searchlight helped organize a voter enrollment effort in multiplex lobbies. Actors from “The Birth of a Nation” also recorded a video to raise voting awareness, which has run in participating theaters. “This fall, we will all have the opportunity to put our differences aside and celebrate the rights that unite us as Americans,” says Colman Domingo, who plays a slave named Hark in the movie.
“The Birth of a Nation” recounts the true story of Nat Turner, a slave who gained a following as a preacher. But repugnant events — atrocities by slave owners, the gang rape of his wife by white men — turn Turner into the leader of a murderous rebellion. He hopes the killings will be the first shots in a war for equality and justice, but whites slay him and his followers as retribution.
The film is direct in its effort to connect America’s racist past to the present. In one jarring scene that echoes contemporary accounts of police shootings, slave hunters stop Turner’s innocent father on a road and try to kill him. Mr. Parker declined an interview request, but studio publicity materials quote him as explaining, “If you look at history — if you look at the history, say, of how Southern police departments developed out of slave patrols — then you can better analyze where we are now.”
Fox Searchlight, which also declined to comment, paid a hefty $17.5 million in January to acquire distribution rights to “The Birth of a Nation,” which takes its title from the 1915 D. W. Griffith silent movie, which is considered a landmark for its innovative filmmaking technique but is derided as racist for its stereotypical depiction of blacks and its sympathetic portrayal of the Ku Klux Klan. At the time, the studio was confident it could turn the well-reviewed movie into a hit.
The subject matter of Mr. Parker’s film is timely and relevant, dovetailing with the Black Lives Matter movement. Mr. Parker, who spent seven years struggling to get “The Birth of a Nation” made, had a compelling story to tell. And there was a shortage of prestige-minded films with diverse casts. The shutout of black actors by Academy Awards voters (for a second year in a row) and subsequent #OscarsSoWhite outcry made that clear.
But the marketing plan grew complicated in a hurry.
Police shootings of black men — many of them captured on video — continued to set off protests around the country. Then, in July, a demonstration in Dallas turned violent when a gunman killed five police officers. He set out to kill as many white officers as possible, Texas officials said.
Fox Searchlight had conducted focus group research to see if “The Birth of a Nation” might be viewed as a call to aggression and concluded there was no risk. Even so, the studio leaned into its effort to position the film as a specific type of provocation — a peaceful one.
“Part of our work has been to distill that ‘rise up’ message down,” said Mr. Mitchell, who is the pastor of Salem Baptist Church in Jenkintown, Pa., and a founder of Wit PR, a firm that specializes in outreach to spiritually minded moviegoers.
Then, in late August, news reports brought renewed attention to a case in which Mr. Parker was accused and later acquitted of raping a fellow student while at Penn State. It was revealed that Mr. Parker’s accuser later committed suicide in 2012 at the age of 30.
That disclosure prompted a backlash against the filmmaker. Some called to boycott the film.
The movie’s awards prospects dimmed dramatically. On Sunday, “60 Minutes” dedicated part of a segment to the controversy, with an unapologetic Mr. Parker saying he was “falsely accused” and “vindicated.”
All of that means the financial prospects for “The Birth of a Nation” are now murky.
Some movie marketing experts say the question at this point, in fact, is not how the masses will receive the film but whether there will be any masses at all. Will women shun “The Birth of a Nation” because of the controversy about Mr. Parker’s past? Do black audiences want to see another movie with slavery at its center? Will the potential lack of awards season buzz depress ticket sales, particularly overseas?
So the New York Times has just published a story basically washing their hands of any racial hate the movie Birth of a Nation creates among blacks, and whatever racial violence the movie motivates against white people.
The United States of America is basically ceasing to exist as a nation before our eyes, and it would be foolish at this point for any white person to believe it can be salvaged.
In fact, it’s important to note our Federal Government, media, entertainment industry, academia, and private sector now view Nat Turner as the hero—and not the villain.
We’re all just potential Gregory Reddicks now.

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Why Should Christians Celebrate the Day of Atonement (Also Known as Yom Kippur)?

An interesting article from about the Day of Atonement. This follows this post about the fall of the U.S., the U.K, and Israel. For a free magazine subscription or to get the books recommended for free click HERE! or call 1-888-886- 8632.

The Day of Atonement is the fifth of God’s annual Holy Days (Leviticus 23:26-32), following shortly after the Feast of Trumpets. Observed by fasting (verse 27; compare Isaiah 58:3), which means not eating or drinking (Esther 4:16), this day portrays the human race finally becoming at one with God.
At the return of Jesus Christ, Satan the devil, who now leads all of mankind astray (Ephesians 2:2; Revelation 12:9), will be bound (Revelation 20:1-3) so all humans of all nations can be reconciled to God.
In the New Testament Luke referred to this Holy Day as “the fast” in Acts 27:9.
When the meaning of the Day of Atonement is fulfilled in the future, it will set the stage for the sixth festival of God, the Feast of Tabernacles.
For more information, please read our booklet God’s Holy Day Plan: The Promise of Hope For All Mankind.

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Senate Hearing Shows Security Holes in Screening Process for Refugees

An interesting article from about the Senate and refugees. This follows this post about internet control and Americanism. Remember, “Amnesty” means ANY non-enforcement of existing immigration laws! This follows this comment and this post about how to Report Illegal Immigrants! Also, you can read two very interesting books HERE.
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Senate Hearing Shows Security Holes in Screening Process for Refugees

The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest held a hearing yesterday to discuss Pres. Obama’s plan to increase the number of refugees to 110,000 next year, despite security risks that the vetting process presents. In the hearing Obama administration officials admitted that asylum seekers were granted refugee status in the U.S. solely on their own testimony and that refugees have been caught committing terrorism offenses in the U.S.
Pres. Obama reduced the refugee processing time from 18-24 months to just three months in order to reach his goal of bringing in 85,000 refugees in FY16 an increase from the annual admission of 70,000 refugees. Starting next month Pres. Obama said he would continue to increase the number of refugees admitted to 110,000 in FY17.
Last year FBI Director, James Comey, expressed concern that the U.S. does not have the ability to thoroughly screen the Syrian refugees for terrorist ties even through the lengthy 18-24-month process.
During the hearing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) asked DHS Director León Rodríguez, “Is it true or false that the testimony of the applicant alone can be sufficient for approval?” Rodríguez replied, “there are cases where the testimony is not necessarily corroborated by documents…I am acknowledging that, yes, testimony can be the basis for the grant of a refugee…”
In his opening statement Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and The National Interest, noted that there are over 10,000 open terror investigations with at least one investigation opened in every state and that according to FBI Director, James Comey, it takes about 30 agents a week to monitor one terrorism suspect.
Sen. Sessions warned that, “the Director of National Intelligence, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Secretary of Homeland Security have acknowledged that terrorists could infiltrate the refugee population. Their concerns are valid, as it is clear that terrorists have done so successfully in the past.”
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) cited that fact that 18% of ISIS prosecutions in the U.S. have been of refugees or asylum seekers. Director Rodríguez confirmed that refugees have been caught committing terrorist activity in the U.S.
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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The United States and Great Britain will Fall with the State of Israel

An interesting article from about the fall of the U.S., the U.K, and Israel. This follows this post about the Feast of Trumpets. For a free magazine subscription or to get the books recommended for free click HERE! or call 1-888-886- 8632.

The United States and Great Britain will Fall with the State of Israel

It’s been almost 3,000 years since the kingdom of Israel was split in two. Ten of the 12 tribes of Israel rebelled against King Rehoboam, the son of King Solomon and grandson of King David. The Bible continued to refer to these 10 tribes as Israel while the other two tribes (Judah and Benjamin) that remained loyal to David’s descendants were known as the kingdom of Judah or simply Judah.
Sometimes Israel is referred to as the northern kingdom and Judah as the southern kingdom. Dominant among the northern tribes were to be the descendants of Jacob’s son Joseph through his sons Ephraim and Manasseh—prophesied by Jacob to be the chief nations of the world in the last days (Genesis 49:1, Genesis 49:22-26; compare Deuteronomy 33:13-17).
About 200 years after the kingdom split, the northern tribes of Israel fell to Assyria and were deported by the Assyrians to the northern parts of their empire. Often referred to now as the lost tribes, they later migrated northwest across Europe, eventually settling in new homelands far from the Middle East.
The kingdom of Judah fell to Babylon more than a century after Israel’s deportation, but its people were not lost to history. We know them today as the Jews.
The name Ephraim is sometimes used representatively in Scripture for the entire northern kingdom, though it can also refer solely to the descendants of Joseph’s son of that name—prophesied to become a “multitude of nations” (Genesis 48:19). Remarkably, this promise to Ephraim was fulfilled in the British Empire and Commonwealth.
Ephraim’s older brother Manasseh was also prophesied to become a great nation (same verse), separating himself from the multitude of nations. This prophecy would be fulfilled in the formation, growth and dominance of the United States of America.
In a revealing prophecy regarding the United States and Britain, Jacob (Israel) said, “Let my name be named upon them” (Genesis 48:16). References to “Israel” in end-time prophecy often refer to the United States or the English-speaking countries of the British Empire or both. Sometimes “Israel” can mean all 12 tribes. We have to look at specific verses in their context to see which is meant. (To investigate the biblical evidence of this, please read our free study aid, The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy .)
“Judah,” however, always refers to the Jews, the descendants of the house or kingdom of Judah. We must also understand that the modern nation called Israel is really Judah, made up of Jews (see sidebar “ Are all Israelites Jews? “).
Understanding this critical part of biblical history will help us more fully comprehend a passage of Scripture in the book of Hosea, which is a prophecy about Ephraim (the multitude of nations—Great Britain and some of those nations that came out of her). It warns of destruction to follow the end-time ascendancy of the Israelite nations.
In Hosea 5 we read a prophecy that mentions Israel, Ephraim and Judah: “The pride of Israel testifies to his face; therefore Israel and Ephraim stumble in their iniquity; Judah also stumbles with them” (Hosea 5:5). The prophecy continues: “With their flocks and herds they shall go to seek the Lord, but they will not find Him; He has withdrawn Himself from them. They have dealt treacherously with the Lord, for they have begotten pagan children. Now a New Moon shall devour them and their heritage” (Hosea 5:6-7).
New moons occur a month apart. A new moon “devouring” them would seem to mean that Israel, Ephraim and Judah will all fall within one month.
This prophecy was not fulfilled in ancient times. As already mentioned, ancient Judah fell to Babylon more than a century after Israel fell to Assyria. Yet in the end it appears they will fall together—within one month of each other. This prophecy remains to be fulfilled.
Remember that Israel gave his name to Ephraim and Manasseh, the ancestors in turn of the British and American peoples. As Ephraim is mentioned separately in this prophecy, the reference to “Israel” must apply to the United States, which is now the more dominant of the two nations.
For two centuries prior to World War II, the roles were reversed with the multitude of nations—the British Empire—a greater power than the single nation, the United States. But today America is the greater.
“Judah” refers to the Jewish people, particularly those who now constitute the modern nation in the Middle East that calls itself Israel.
Here then is a prophecy regarding all three nations—the United States, Britain and Israel (Judah). According to this prophecy, it appears that all three will fall within the span of a month. Hosea 6:6 shows these nations turning back to God, but finding it’s too late. Because of their sins, He will let them suffer defeat and collapse.
This prophecy could not have been fulfilled until after the rise of Britain and the United States as world powers in the 19th century and the formation of the Jewish state of Israel in the 20th.
Consider that Israel and the United States are perhaps the most maligned and criticized nations on earth. Among Muslim hard-liners, America is commonly called “the great Satan” and Israel and Britain “the little Satans.”

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Obama admits 12,587 Syrian refugees: 12,486 Muslims, 68 Christians, 24 Yazidis

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Obama admits 12,587 Syrian refugees: 12,486 Muslims, 68 Christians, 24 Yazidis

This is social engineering, not a genuine response to a refugee crisis. Ten percent of Syria was Christian before the war, and the Christians have been particularly brutalized, often by Obama-backed jihad groups. The refugee population should thus be at least 10% Christian. Instead, Christians accounted for less than one percent of the refugees admitted into the U.S. Obama is clearly pursuing a strategy to increase the Muslim population of the U.S. He may be doing this out of the confidence that they will vote Democrat, or because he thinks an increased Muslim population in the U.S. will end “Islamophobia,” or for some other reason, even possibly including a generally positive view of Muslims and of the putative benefits of Islam for a society, coming from his upbringing.
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“12,587 Syrian Refugees Admitted in FY 2016: 12,486 Muslims, 68 Christians, 24 Yazidis,” by Patrick Goodenough, CNS News, October 3, 2016:
( – The administration admitted a total of 12,587 Syrian refugees during the just-ended fiscal year, exceeding the target President Obama declared last fall by 2,587 (20.5 percent).
Of the 12,587, the vast majority are Sunni Muslims – 12,363 (98.2 percent) – while another 103 are identified in State Department Refugee Processing Center data simply as Muslims and a further 20 as Shi’a Muslims.
Sixty-eight of the 12,587 Syrian refugees (0.5 percent) are Christians. They comprise 16 Catholics, eight Orthodox, five Protestants, four Jehovah’s Witnesses, one Greek Orthodox, and 34 refugees self-identified simply as Christians.
The remainder of the Syrian refugees resettled in the U.S. in FY 2016 are 24 Yazidis, eight refugees with religion given as “other,” and one with “no religion.”
The final month of the fiscal year followed the pattern of previous ones: 1,847 Syrian refugees were admitted, of whom 1,812 were Sunnis, 13 were other Muslims, 12 were Christians, seven were Yazidis, and three were “other” religion.
Throughout the year, the numbers of Christians and other religious minorities among the Syrians granted refugee status in the U.S. were dwarfed by those of Sunni Muslims.
Although the majority of Syrians are Sunnis, the number of Sunnis among the refugees was still disproportionately high, and the number of Christians disproportionately low, when compared to the overall population makeup.
When the conflict began in 2011, an estimated 10 percent of the Syrian population (1.5-1.7 million) was Christian and 74 percent was Sunni Muslim.
In contrast, Christians accounted for just half of one percent of the refugees resettled in the United States in FY 2016, while Sunnis accounted for 98.2 percent….
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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Editorial: Why are Refugees and Immigrants being flooded into the U.S.


As many are aware, refugees and immigrants continue to flood into the U.S. against the will of the people. States, cities and other municipalities have stated that they do not have the resources to support this population increase, yet the federal government continues to flood them in, frequently out of spite!

What can be done about this?

There are several websites, such as, and www.Alipac.US that you can register at which will help you lobby key lawmakers. has many articles which explain this situation including this key article here

The Honorable León Rodríguez, director of USCISThe Honorable León Rodríguez, director of USCIS

Appalled By The “Refugee” Program? Step Up And **DO** Something

At her irreplaceable Refugee Resettlement Watch blog, refugee-realist Ann Corcoran is nearing 8,000 posts (personal communication).  Currently she’s imploring all of us to send actual letters—mailing pre-printed postcards and other types of slacktivism won’t do—to the Senate subcommittee that held a hearing about the refugee program on September 28:
O.K. I’ve been hearing a lot of excuses about why some of you don’t want to be bothered doing this!
Sorry folks, but saving America is going to be hard work and this is the least you can do—spend an hour writing a proper, polite letter to Senator Sessions who held a hearing last week on Obama’s final determination as President to bring in 110,000 refugees this fiscal year (the new flow began yesterday! [i.e. On October 1, start of the federal fiscal year]).  The security issues were front and center.
Leo Hohmann of World Net Daily wrote a detailed account of the hearing (Leaked Memo: Refugees Vet Themselves, September 28, 2016), including one video highlight.  To watch the entire hearing, which lasted about two-and-a-half hours and included the usual pomposities of preening, speech-making senators tangling with evasive bureaucrats, go to the Judiciary Committee’s web page here and settle in with some popcorn.  (Senators Sessions [R-AL] and David Vitter [R-LA] were welcome exceptions to the usual behavior of TV-exposure-starved politicos.)
Besides her plea for citizen engagement, Ms. Corcoran rattled off nine comments about this patriotic duty.  Here are four of them:
  • Senator Sessions took time to hold a hearing (only the second since 9/11) and should know that you care and appreciate that by taking time to write a real letter!
  • Your Senators and Member of Congress (however useless they are) must be copied on the testimony so they know that you are serious about your opposition to how the program is being administered. Attach a note to your testimony and ask that your representative respond that they received it.
  • You are not expected to be an expert on the law, or sound like you are a lawyer!
  • Your testimony does not need to be a monster summary of your situation and your concerns.  You can pick one or two key points about why you believe the UN/US State Department program needs to be halted/reformed.*** They are spending your money for it!  There is no wrong or right thing to say, just be polite.  Hint! If you don’t have a problem yet where you live, then find some specific thing you’ve seen here at RRW that is particularly concerning.
There’s a practical problem: The hearing record closes this Wednesday, October 5.  This probably means that the only practical way to get letters to the subcommittee in time is by faxing them.  (This might be true even if the “fuse” weren’t so short, as I think snail mail has a tortuous path to Capitol Hill offices because of security screening.)  The fax number for Senator Sessions’s Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest is 202-224-9102.
So that’s what I did, using my home fax, late Sunday evening (October 2).  My faxed letter is below, and you’re welcome to use it as a model.  However, it’s rather long—although it did fit on a single page, using 10-point Times New Roman font—so you might, instead, limit your writing to some subtopic.  You’ll find a wide range of possibilities for comment, including documentation, in the PDF version of the slides I used at a recent talk in Oregon.
That’s “too much trouble,” to actually draft a letter and send it via fax by, say, 2 p.m. Eastern Time this Wednesday?  Ms. Corcoran is having none of that:
Many of you talk big about how angry you are, you rant and rave at Obama and Hillary, you get into squabbles on social media, you are reading news all over the net all day and sending news to me, you send me ideas on what Congress should do, and then you tell me you haven’t an hour or two to write a letter to Senator Sessions, one of the few friends you have ever had in the Senate! 
[Emphasis in the original, color by PN]
Added point: The subcommittee hearing was largely limited to the matter of “vetting” refugees, especially those from Syria.  But refugee resettlement is a big subject, so I tersely addressed other aspects as well in my letter.  Here you go:
[street address]
Bozeman, Montana 59715
2 October, 2016
406-XXX-XXXX (voice)
The Honorable Jeff Sessions (Attention: Gene Hamilton)
Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest
US Senate
Washington, DC 20510
Fax 202-224-9102
Dear Senator Sessions,
I’m writing as follow-up to your recent hearing that reviewed the U.S. refugee program.  Please include this letter in the hearing record.
In February 2003, at a conference in southern California on immigration, assimilation, and citizenship, I was introduced to Temple University law professor Jan Ting.  Immediately upon learning that Prof. Ting had been Assistant INS Commissioner under Pres. G.H.W. Bush I asked him, “Is it true what I’ve heard, that 90% of refugee and asylum cases are fraudulent?”  His instant reply: “95%.”
Nothing I’ve learned since—and I’ve learned a lot—has dissuaded me from the conclusion that the U.S. refugee program needs to be shut down.  Besides the obvious fraud (see below), it’s become merely another feeding trough for parasites, those being the “voluntary agencies” that are, in reality, just government contractors operating under a gloss of “compassion.”  They’re in it for the money!
Regarding fraud, a report in the September 29 Minneapolis Star-Tribune describes the financial hardships of Minnesota-resident Somalis who take vacation trips back to the “old country.”  Since essentially all Somalis in the U.S. are “refugees” themselves (I use those quotation marks advisedly) or the offspring of “refugees,” the fraud here is screamingly obvious.  And an article that appeared online in July illustrated the same point right in its headline: “Syrian refugees in Turkey return home for Eid,” Eid being an important holiday for Muslims and “home” in this instance being Syria.
Of course, your hearing focused on the related difficulties of vetting “refugees” having sketchy backgrounds.  On this, the three bureaucrats before you were notable primarily for their orotund blather.  When listening to such, one must keep in mind the demonstrated broad-spectrum incompetence of our federal agencies, ranging from the EPA’s flooding of the Animas River with mine waste to the 95% failure rate of TSA screeners to detect test contraband to the supposed “vetting” of the female shooter in San Bernardino.
Omitted from your hearing was any discussion of the burdens that current refugee inflows are inflicting on small cities nationwide.  (This is entirely apart from their welfare loads on the federal taxpayer, something you and your staff called attention to a year ago.)  Especially impacted are schools—with their herculean problems of bringing large numbers of new, non-English-speaking students up to speed—welfare agencies, and law enforcement.  For example, the 911 emergency dispatch in Amarillo, Texas has to contend with calls in more than 40 languages.
We ordinary American citizens don’t deserve any of these threats or costs that are imposed on us by our feckless, faux-compassionate elites.  As columnist John Hawkins wrote, “Compassion is about what you do personally, not what government programs you advocate funding with other people’s money.”  People with refugees and “refugees” on their minds should put up their own resources and do the work themselves.
Paul Nachman
 Minneapolis Star-Tribune: