Along with the security and fiscal concerns that accompany a plan to bring in tens of thousands of refugees from suspect nations and backgrounds, are the fundamental legal and constitutional questions that arise when the federal government imperiously claims absolute power to bring into the country whoever it wants and place them in whatever communities it wants, regardless of whether those states and counties want or can afford to maintain them. This is why so many governors have declared their states will not be a party to such irresponsibility.
A Muslim group from Georgia has challenged a Mississippi preacher to a debate over a message on a sign in front of Cowan Road Baptist Church in Gulfport.
The Rev. Chris Ashley stands behind the message on the sign that reads “Jesus is God. Allah is Satan."
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is out with a list of 12 vetted refugees who quickly joined jihad plots to attack the United States.
He’s spotlighting the refugees-turned-jihadis because he’s trying to prod GOP leaders into halting Congress’ normal practice of giving the president huge leeway to import foreign migrants and refugees into the United States.
A school board in Tennessee's Unicoi County says it will continue to display a Christian flag at all their meetings despite complaints by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which claims it's a violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan spoke with radio host John Catsimatidis on his Sunday radio show “The Cats Roundtable” AM 970 in New York, where they discussed terrorism and immigration in light of the Syrian refugee crisis.
A statement from Christian Action Network
When we announced our recent petition drive to keep Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe from settling Syrian refugees in our home state (it’s still open; sign it here), the negative reactions on our Facebook page all had a similar tone: that we are “unchristian” for opposing a huge, hasty and very political importation of strangers into our midst from a region known for terrorism and extremist violence.
So how does one answer this common leftist charge?
By Martin Mawyer
Type the word “Muslim” into any news aggregator after the Nov. 13 Paris terrorist attacks and you’re going to see headlines that follow a predictable theme:
The true victims of Friday night’s massacre were not the Parisian westerners who were simply eating, enjoying a sporting event or listening to music before they were slaughtered. The true victims were … Muslims!
By Alec Rooney
What we are witnessing this weekend in Paris is only the latest, bloodiest advance of Islam into Europe. And even though Europe's churches stand empty and its leaders clear the way for more invaders, this is nonetheless also an advance into the Christian-founded, Christianity-infused, peaceful and prosperous West.
By Alec Rooney
The cowbird (in America) and the cuckoo (in Europe) both have a sneaky way of carrying on their species. Both birds are called brood parasites. The mother bird and her mate build no nest, but instead lay their eggs in the nest of some other bird species.
Very often, the host bird never quite gets what has happened. She raises a big cuckoo or cowbird baby that will even push her real chicks out of the nest.
Christian Action Network
A Virginia Circuit Court judge in Lynchburg has struck down State Farm’s efforts to dismiss a lawsuit against the insurer brought by the Christian Action Network (CAN).
CAN sued State Farm after the insurance giant refused to honor its policy to provide legal coverage in a defamation lawsuit brought against the organization.