Today we continue our coverage of the ongoing crisis at the border. The number of children that have crossed the border since last October is now at 57,000 and rising. And as we covered last week, along with those 57,000 children have come 39,000 adults.
These immigrants come largely from Central America. Because of that, the United States guarantees them a court process before they can be sent back. But they’re rarely ever sent back. They either ignore their court date, or the courts grant them asylum. Either way, the vast majority stay in the United States—permanently.
In 2011, the United States went to war against Muammar Qadhafi’s regime in Libya, supposedly in defense of the Libyan people.
Today we continue our look into the fascinating book of Revelation. We’ve noted before that many people—even many Christians—are confused by this book. Some preachers go so far as to say that you shouldn’t really study it, because it can’t be understood.
Among all the tumultuous headlines in the news lately, one of the biggest has been about the conflict between Palestinian terrorists and the Jewish nation of Israel. The world’s reaction to the ongoing conflict in Gaza has been overwhelmingly negative toward Israel. But did you know that this trend in anti-Semitism has been going on for a while now?
America’s southern border is currently overwhelmed with a record number of illegal immigrants—many of them children from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.
In a New York Times advice piece to high school graduates a few years ago, commentator David Brooks revealed his initial thoughts after being asked to give a commencement address: “I used to believe life got better as you got older, but now I realize this is untrue,” Brooks lamented. He then lambasted higher education for its woeful inadequacy—though he left unstated the possible connection between these two points.