Michael Brown, Secretary of State Tillerson says that Bashar Assad is guilty of using chemical weapons against his own people. Former senator Ron Paul says there’s no way Assad would do this at this point in time. Senator McCain rips Trump. Do we really know what’s going on in Syria? And even if we did,
Rev. Johnnie Moore, This weekend, ISIS released a video calling for the full elimination of Christianity in Egypt. The star of the video was the alleged perpetrator of December’s terrorist bombing within the complex of Egypt’s most important Coptic church, for Christian persecution in Egypt continues to escalate. In the province of Minya alone there
Daniel Greenfield, “Kill Christians”: The Real Refugee Protest Agenda. The President of the United States announced that refugees fleeing persecution by a totalitarian regime would be deported. It did not matter that they had risked their lives to come here. They would be sent back. No leftist lawyers crammed airports. No protesters chanted at terminals.
Frank Camp, CNS News reports that in total, more than 18,000 Syrian refugees have been admitted to the United States during the Obama administration. In 2016 alone, over 15,400 Syrian refugees were admitted, 98.8% of whom are allegedly Muslim, while only 0.8% are Christian. This doesn’t match the demographic makeup of Syria as we know
Patrick Goodenough, In its last full month in office, the Obama administration has admitted 1,307 more Syrian refugees – pushing the 2016 calendar year total to 15,479, a 606.1 percent increase from the numbers resettled in the U.S. in 2015. Of the 15,479 Syrian refugees admitted by the end of Thursday: –15,302 (98.8 percent) are
Raymond Ibrahim, The difference between active and passive persecution. Almost a year ago, President Barack Hussein Obama described the suggestion that the U.S. give preference to Christian refugees over Muslim refugees as “shameful.” “That’s not American. That’s not who we are. We don’t have religious tests to our compassion,” he loftily added. Now, WikiLeaks has
Cliff May, Millions of people want to come to America. Actually, it’s tens of millions or perhaps hundreds of millions. Some Americans believe our borders should be open — that everyone has a “right” to live in the United States. That seems to me both mistaken and impractical. But I also disagree with those
Cal Thomas, In a recent interview for the BBC2 series Inside Obama’s White House,” President Obama sounded somewhat wistful as he spoke to an interviewer about how he has tried to use his voice “to move things toward a more ethical and moral outcome.” The question of morals and ethics has been debated since the