There is an idea floating on social media, “make a larger table not a larger wall.” I find this topic of immigration in the U.S to be a sort of defining chapter in the annuls of this country.
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It is a season of hard lessons. It can be fruitful – but only if the lessons are learned. Don’t hold your breath. Trump seems to be following through with his campaign promise to drain the swamp.
President Trump’s highest calling is to protect the safety and security of the United States. He shouldn’t let a low-level judge stop him.
If a great big beautiful wall was good enough for Pope Leo, perhaps it ought to be “Christian” enough for Gov. Jerry Brown.
Many claim that sanctuary cities are inspired by the ancient “cities of refuge” which are found in the Bible.
The irony of leftist charges of fascism is this: the more they scream fascism at the top of their lungs, the more they behave like storm troopers.
Entering as a refugee is covered by a specific program, and this program is covered only by Section 5 of the initial order and Section 6 of the new order.
Many immigration advocates point to biblical commands to love the foreigner (Leviticus 19:34), and care for those different than us (Luke 10:25-37).
71% of Iraqi refugees are receiving cash assistance. 82% are on Medicaid and 87% are on food stamps. Compare those atrocious numbers to only 17% of Cubans on cash assistance and 16% on Medicaid.
People of good will can disagree on immigration policy. Christians may disagree among themselves on what to do. Those on various sides of different discussions should work out how their religious beliefs apply to their position.
Trump issued a revised version of his targeted travel ban yesterday, narrowly tailored to satisfy the unelected federal judge who struck the first one down.
Interposition is precisely what the Declaration of Independence was all about – and it is precisely what we want our state and local officials to do.
The conservative movement, and more importantly the conservative evangelical church, is being undermined and compromised by well-known evangelical leaders.
University administrators in California are urging students and faculty to contact campus police if government officials ask about immigration status.
The liberal news media, which is ever more resembling a communications arm of the Democratic Party, portrays President Donald Trump’s immigration Executive Order as over-reach, inhumane, and anti-Muslim.
Do you ever wonder what might happen if you were to go into Mexico illegally? According to Mexico’s 1999 Immigration Law, Mexico welcomes only foreigners who will be useful to Mexican society.
Statutory law makes clear that the President of the United States has complete authority to enforce immigration law and to protect the American people from threats posed by people from other nations.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is leading the charge against President Trump’s order to temporarily halt immigrants from seven countries.
Last Wednesday, the Washington Post published an open letter from more than 500 “conservative evangelical pastors and leaders…urging President Donald Trump to reverse his temporary pause on refugee resettlement…”
Trump has not issued an executive order or other directive banning Muslims from the U.S. But that hasn’t stopped the media and other progressives from issuing non-stop fake news saying that he has.
The argument that the President of the United States cannot “break up families” by deporting illegal aliens is specious.
We know that building walls and using immigration restrictions are legitimate policies because Jesus will use them in his own kingdom.
Since the Constitution’s provisions for right and equal treatment under the law mostly refer to “persons,” we ought not to forget that word applies generally to citizens and non-citizens alike.
Liberalism, the creed of our elites, is antithetical to common sense, public safety, decency and – ultimately – national survival.
There is a tyrant loose in America, but it’s not, as liberals would have you believe, Donald Trump.
Our assignment is not to make some minor adjustments but reclaim our heritage as a nation that was established on Judeo-Christian foundations.
Either God’s Word has authority or it does not, and you cannot accept its moral imperative in one place and reject its moral imperative in another place.
All the uproar surrounding the fairness or unfairness of this executive order really serves to mask the crucial question, is it Constitutional?
President Trump’s move to restrict people coming into our land from seven Mohammedan countries in the Middle East has sparked widespread controversy.
College administrators wasted no time in condemning President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order.