“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” That quip from Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the longtime U.S. Senator from New York, was long accepted as truth. You could twist and spin the story all you wanted, but at the end of the day, facts remained facts, and everyone knew it. … Continue reading Immigration: This side of the rabbit hole, do facts even matter?
More than 30 faith leaders were arrested Monday for observing the Season of Advent — the pre-Christmas season in which Christians await the arrival of a brown-skinned refugee child known as Jesus. They were among more than 400 protesters who went to our southern border to await other brown-skinned refugees — some of whom, … Continue reading Faith and fear: Our choice on the border
It’s unacceptable to abuse and terrorize children. As Americans, we shouldn’t need to debate that. Yet here we are. Much has been made in the last week of how we treat children at the border, and that we somehow misplaced 1,475 of those children. All of this sparked much outrage — as it should … Continue reading Our border policies on children: a bipartisan travesty