Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Obama vs Romney: A Mormon Dilemma

September 19, 2012

We’re in the home stretch of the US Presidential elections.  Hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent to try to pursuade voters to vote one way or another.  We have a Mormon running for the first time against a first-time African-American president.  We have multiple issues – massive debt, economic problems, wars and rumors of wars […]

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Gangs of New York Again?

June 25, 2011
Gangs of New York Again?

New York is a city composed of five Boroughs that include dozens of neighborhoods with histories often unrecognized by their modern residents. As the city grew from its origins on the southern tip of Manhattan Island over several centuries, it enveloped and altered what had been separate communities and erased the reasons for their original […]

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Posted in America, Freedom, Holy Land, Politics, Violence | 55 Comments »

Bishop Burton’s Public Stand on Immigration

March 21, 2011
Bishop Burton’s Public Stand on Immigration

I’ve always believed the church has a right to make a public stand on political issues.  In protest of the church’s position on Prop 8, gay marriage proponents have floated a proposal that the church should stay out of politics, and should lose their tax-exempt status.  Now that LDS Presiding Bishop David Burton has come […]

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