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The Prayer…

November 30th, 2018|0 Comments

by David Emery Updated December 18, 2017 Pastor Joe Wright gave a prayer before the Kansas House of Representatives in January 1996 that sparked a political furor. In the following months, the prayer Wright wrote in 30 minutes, led to "angry walkouts in two state legislatures, an unprecedented two readings on Paul Harvey's ABC Radio newscast, more than 6,500 phone calls to Wright's church and so many boxes of mail that the church staff (didn't') know where to put them anymore," Marc Fisher, a senior editor, at the "Washington Post" wrote in May of that year. Additionally, Wright's prayer went [...]

California governor-elect wants more money to help illegal caravan

November 30th, 2018|0 Comments

After meeting with advocates for asylum seekers and visiting an immigration detention center Thursday, Governor-elect Gavin Newsom spoke of the need for greater urgency and support from the state, local and federal governments in addressing the current humanitarian crisis at the border. Read More

A 6-Point Plan to Fix America’s Immigration Challenge: Michael Rivera

October 17th, 2018|0 Comments

Opinion Recent months have seen a long overdue spotlight put on illegal immigration. Candidates for president and the media have talked about the heinous murders ofKate Steinle in San Francisco and Marilyn Pharis in Santa Maria, allegedly committed over the summer by illegal aliens who were multiple offenders and deported multiple times. This likely would not have happened six months ago; there’s definitely a change in the air. The dysfunctional immigration system has been called out. People are talking about how wages are suppressed by immigration — both legal and illegal. People are talking about the cost of illegal immigration to taxpayers. People [...]

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High speed Rail Disaster

October 14th, 2018|0 Comments

California’s High Speed Rail plan continues to prove irresponsible and unpopular.   It was originally sold to the voters as a $33 billion project to be completed in 2020.  It is now estimated to cost $77 [...]

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