Opinion: Trump And Biden Can Learn How To Address The Border Crisis From Each Other

Over the last five years, two presidents with polarizing political stances have been confronted with something that many are calling “the border crisis.”  Claire Hansen wrote for U.S. News on whether or not the influx of migrants to the southern border has truly become a “crisis.” She quotes Theresea Brown, the managing director of immigration and cross-border policy at the […]

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Opinion: Christians Should Be Helping The Poor And Needy, Not The Government

In Christian circles, the topic of welfare is  often controversial. As the Church navigates the repercussions of this public policy, political and biblical lines get blurred. While Christians understand the need for a social safety net, the Church should encourage self-responsibility and provide help to the needy. The term “welfare” often gets tossed around negatively to mean any number of […]

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Opinion: Language Changes In Immigration Debate Are Attempts To Change The Narrative

When most people think of the word alien, they imagine eerie extraterrestrial beings that hover over earth in their spaceships. However, this term had been around long before these popular sci-fi creatures became a thing. Typically, the word “alien” has been used to refer to “a foreign-born” resident who has not been naturalized and is still subject or citizen of […]

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Opinion: H.R. 1 Is A Godsend That will Benefit Everyday Americans In The Voting Process

After protestors raided the halls of Congress and endangered the lives of Capitol police and congress people, many forgot the core issue that spurred the uprising: the electoral process. This may initially seem like a mundane part of the American political landscape, but last year, the intricacies of our democracy came under scrutiny to an unprecedented degree. The vulgar results […]

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Hattie’s Hangout: Worldly “Women Empowerment” Does Not Provide LAsting Worth

Cardi B doesn’t want to be seen as just an object, but her self-objectifying performance on the Grammy stage says otherwise. March is the month to celebrate women, and the loudest praise we hear comes from the female rap artist’s explicitly sexual song “WAP” broadcasted across the nation, promoting the secular world’s idea of female empowerment. This pornographic performance is […]

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Opinion: Most Americans Have a Misunderstanding of “Separation Of Church And State”

There is an unfortunate trend in America today toward the belief that religion and politics are two separate entities that can’t intersect. Often, people interpret Thomas Jefferson’s use of the phrase “separation of church and state” to mean that religion shouldn’t influence one’s political decisions or that religion should not impact the views of those in office. As Christians, we […]

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Opinion: Immigration Is A Good Thing When It Is Done Through The Correct Legal Process

Many Christians claim that their political beliefs are rooted in Scripture but leave those ideals on the sidelines when the topic of immigration comes up. Donald Trump’s “Build the Wall” mantra dominated Conservative politics during his presidency, but what does the bible have to say about the issue? Many Christians — including myself — are guilty of being too harsh […]

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