Last year’s debate on immigration reform centered on discussions on improving border security for the nearly 2,000-mile border between the United States and Mexico by adding new fencing, more electronic detection technology including drones, and beefed-up numbers of security patrol. MORE
All those prayers from Catholics to convert Russia has actually converted Russia! In his latest paean to Vladimir Putin, Pat Buchanan lauded the Russian president for “planting Russia’s flag firmly on the side of traditional Christianity” with his policies against reproductive choice and LGBT rights – evidence, Buchanan suggested, that God is on Putin’s side in his showdown with the West.
In his April 4 syndicated column, Buchanan heralded Putin as the global leader of a backlash against “a hedonistic secular and social revolution coming out of the West”: MORE
How in the Hell can 500 U.N soldiers keep peace in S. Sudan. There should be at least 3000 fully armed soldiers with every tactical weapon to keep the peace and bring order. All we are doing is prolonging the misery and wasting resources. MORE
Something is in the Wind? Israel is to start sending call-up papers to all Christian Arabs of military service age, the army said Tuesday, angering Arab lawmakers who accused the government of seeking to divide Christians from Muslims. MORE
One of the main problem’s we have in California is that the environmentalists hinder meaningful, low cost, compact housing. In so doing keep rental costs high hurting our younger generation. MORE
Ephesians 6:12 - For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places. MORE
The world’s first geneticallymodified humans have been created, it was revealed last night. The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics. So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three ‘parents’. MORE
Something to think about: Toward the end of this video, the American gets frustrated that his Venezuelan friend is coming to accept the insanity of his situation as normal. At first blush, you nod and think, “Yeah, that should never be accepted as normal.” Then you think about what you know is going on in Syria, Ukraine, South Sudan, Egypt, and Palestine and realize you’re the kettle calling the pot black. What insanities have we accepted as normal? MORE
Israel’s newfound natural gas wealth is moving the country from energy importer to potential exporter, altering the energy balance of the region in the process. Even more interesting is that Israel’s most promising export market just slipped from energy exporter to importer—that country is Egypt. MORE
Behold Jeju Loveland! Located in Jeju Island, the erotic theme park is home to over 140 saucy, silly, and downright funny sculptures that all have one thing in common: sex. No wonder the park is 18-and-up only. MORE
Easter services today are expected to kick off a record-breaking week at the Vatican. Two beloved modern popes — John Paul II and John XXIII — are to be canonized at the Vatican next Sunday by Pope Francis. There will be services all week, which could draw the most pilgrims ever to the Catholic capital. John Paul II is remembered for helping to bring down communism and for inspiring a generation of Catholics. Many now call him “The Great,” only the fourth pope to have earned the moniker.
And while much of the crowd’s focus will be on the Polish pope’s remarkable achievements, Pope John XXIII — known as the “Good Pope” for his kindhearted nature — was no less revolutionary. MORE
ALL Jewish people should leave Ukraine at once, a Holocaust survivor warned last night, after “grotesque” anti-Semitic leaflets were handed out in the country. The pamphlets and posters, distributed in the eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk, demanded that the Jewish population register, pay a new tax or leave. MORE
Easter, Ascension Thursday, Pentecost and Parousia
Colorado has seen a boom in revenues since the legalization of retail marijuana sales, but Denver’s tourism industry is especially feeling the impact this Easter weekend. MORE