Category Archives: Immigration

Election 2016: Bigger Than Two People

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12, ESV) This election is not … Continue reading

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Trump vs. The Mean Kids

  Full Disclosure: I don’t support Donald Trump. I do like him, though. I like him from my days as a fan of The Apprentice (the non-celebrity one), and I like how he battles his enemies, such as reading Lindsay … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Man

The Forgotten Man, Amity Shlaes’ famous history of the Great Depression, actually takes its title from another book, which was written by libertarian philosopher, William Graham Sumner, and titled What Social Classes Owe To Each Other. Published in 1883, Sumner … Continue reading

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The Irony of the #FightFor15

I remember how difficult it is to work in the fast food industry. One of the toughest jobs I’ve had was when I had to work an overnight shift at a McDonalds, where I was greeted at each shift with … Continue reading

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Christianity and Illegal Immigration

have to confess to being surprised that God has been allowed a return to political discourse. It was only days ago when displaying one’s faith, seeking to uphold His word as law, was to invite scorn from the Progressives.  At … Continue reading

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Sellouts: Black Progressive Leadership

t is an historical irony that African American conservatives have become such a minority within the Black community today. Modern American Conservatives is arguably as rooted in the antebellum African American community as it is in the Coolidge 1920s or … Continue reading

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Sticker Shock

I remember back-to-school shopping before I got my first job. When my mom purchased my clothing for me, I never blinked an eye at the price tags. If it was cute, I just pleaded with my mom to buy it … Continue reading

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Is The Left Really Pro-Choice?

Unlike those of us on the Right who are staunchly pro-life (as I am), those on the Left who consider themselves pro-choice argue that a woman should have the right to choose whether or not she brings a pregnancy to … Continue reading

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Legal and Illegal Immigration: An Analogy

What would you do if your local theater had this policy? Option A) All patrons who pay to enter the theater can also purchase snacks at our candy counter at an increased fee. Option B) All patrons who sneak into … Continue reading

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Obama’s Shield

A politician could be caught standing over a dead hooker with a bloody knife in one hand and a bag of cocaine in the other and his defense would be, “I think it is time for us to put this … Continue reading

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