We are often led to believe that it is the Christian thing to do to keep the southern border open. But is that really the case? This question is all the more acute in our nation’s battle against the spread of COVID-19.
President Biden is acting as if there were one standard in dealing with COVID for law-abiding American citizens and another standard for those who break the law—as in the example of the illegal aliens streaming through our porous southern border.
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Tagged Catholic League, COVID, Dave Kubal, Erwin Lutzer, Gary Bauer, Greg Abbott, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, open borders, Richard Land, William Donohuse, Xavier Becerra
I recently read a very interesting, and brave, editorial from Bill Donohue of the Catholic League. It appeared on AFA’s national news service - One News Now. He points out the contradiction in the efforts to remove statues all across America because of how the culture now views the words or actions of certain individuals which can often cloud how they are remembered today for their larger contributions.
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Tagged Abraham Lincoln, ACT-UP, Barack Obama, Bill Donohue, Brenda Howard, Catholic League, Christopher Columbus, Communist Party, George Washington, Gilbert Baker, Harry Hay, Harry Truman, Harvey Milk, Larry Kramer, Martin Luther King, Mattachine Society, NAMBLA, One News Now, Pride month, Theodore Roosevelt
While another case of religious discrimination rears its bigoted head, liberals with unseeing eyes and venomous tongues mock any suggestion that Christians are facing persecution. Worse still they virulently oppose the types of laws that would protect religious liberty—you know, the liberty guaranteed in our First Amendment.
The latest victim of religious persecution exercised by religious bigots is Dr. Eric Walsh, a physician who in his role as a lay minister in the Seventh Day Adventist church occasionally preaches sermons that affirm Seventh Day Adventist theological positions.
Dr. Walsh was offered and accepted a position as a district health …
The New York Times is being criticized for having double standard by allowing a full-page ad by the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) against the Catholic Church in response to the Hobby Lobby decision, while the newspaper had rejected an "anti-Muslim" ad in 2012.