As a person who grew up in Arizona, I know what that state is going through. Like it or not, Justice Scalia is very on target concerning his minority opinion on the immigration issue. Many persons removed from that state’s actual problems have no idea how really bad the illegal problem is. My heart goes out to Gov. Jan Brewer and her efforts to bring order to her state.
Illegal people should have no automatic legal protection of any kind. Unless they are here legally, they must go home or be sent home to lend their voices to changes within their own homelands. Further, wisdom is seldom found in the young. It is earned by many ... continue reading »
I love the work Sheriff Joe is doing in Arizona. I wish I had the money to help support him. I feel if he can stop the illegals, maybe we who have serviced the U.S. military and worked for over 55 years, paying taxes, will be able to get enough money to live on.
I am getting my house foreclosed on and in the process of losing my truck. If it weren’t for my best friend I would be homeless. I live in his barn, which he has fixed up very well – the upstairs hayloft. I’m not complaining, because I could be in the street. It just upsets me that the president is worried more about supporting illegals than an American vet. ... continue reading »
Since Obama is breaking or obstructing the laws of the United States as evidenced in the latest order given to Secretary Napolitano NOT to uphold the immigration law just ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court and others, like Obama telling the DOJ (and his buddy Holder) not to enforce the DOMA, why isn’t he held in contempt and impeached? Now, since the key provision of Arizona law was upheld and deemed “constitutional” and since he took an oath to “protect and defend the Constitution of the United States” and then gives a command to Napolitano NOT to uphold this constitutional law, he is guilty of treason ... continue reading »
Regarding your article regarding the reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone – I think it was very important to bring balance to the environment. And the comment about elevating animals above humans is a lot of bunk. You need to remember two things: 1) The human is an animal and the worst destroyer on the planet; and 2) the wolves have just as much right to be here as we do. Every living thing is important. And wolves are absolutely gorgeous!
I am an ordinary citizen that does not belong to a political party – and I will unsubscribe from your mailing list.
Being a Christian is giving people the ability to choose anything they want, and the freedom to live their lives how they see fit. This means civil, domestic and international liberties. The issue with same- sex marriage is a moral and civil right. [The state] does not have the right to choose whom one can marry or not marry; that is to the individual. Their moral judgement will be judged by God Almighty.
Regarding illegal aliens … all people in the United States should be held accountable, for the American ... continue reading »
I am amused that anyone would call this new junk movie “controversial” as if it contains any valid material ["New movie: Jesus is product of Mary being raped"]. This loser of a producer, as his string of B-grade movies shows, apparently thinks he has found a capital market for such nonsense. If he’s doing this to upset Christians, he’s barking up the wrong tree. We need not worry about fools in the world, God is fully capable of taking care of Himself. With all of the atheistic foolishness afoot these days, he may have found a gold mine this time ... continue reading »