Category Archives: Immigration

A Pathway to Documentation vs A Pathway to Citizenship for Illegal Aliens

BY: STACY SWIMP MICHIGAN- March 19, 2013- Per an article published by Politico, Republican Sen. Rand Paul appeared to suggest that illegal aliens should ultimately be allowed to become U.S. taxpayers and, subsequently, get a shot at citizenship. “Let’s start that conversation … Continue reading

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U.S. SHOULD FOLLOW THE LEAD OF GUATEMALA

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/13/business/after-deportation-john-mcafee-returns-to-us.html?_r=0   Anti-virus software founder McAfee John arrived in the U.S. on Wednesday night after being deported from Guatemala, where he attempted to avoid being questioning by police regarding the suspected murder of his neighbor in Belize. One of the compelling things … Continue reading

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DO WE HAVE TO SETTLE?

A Conservative Commentator’s Viewpoint of the Presidential Debates The second presidential debate of 2012 has past and, thus, voters have a clearer portrait of what President Obama himself stated are “fundamentally different visions about how we move our country forward,” … Continue reading

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WHY CHRISTIANS MUST BE POLITICALLY ACTIVE

The Bible makes it clear that God does not show partiality or favoritism (Deuteronomy 10:17; Acts 10:34; Romans 2:11; Ephesians 6:9) In the Book of James, those who practice partiality or favoritism are said to judge with “evil thoughts” (James … Continue reading

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Naturalized Citizens Explain Why They’re American by Choice

(CNN) — The atmosphere is hushed and quiet as about 150 people take their seats. They’re each clutching a folder and a tiny American flag. A few whisper about being nervous, but can’t quite articulate why. It’s the ubiquitous butterflies … Continue reading

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