Rethinking immigration law

My long-held view on immigration is classically Republican, as opposed to the view held by many modern members of that political party: a republic is a nation governed by laws, and if those laws are not enforced there’s nothing left holding that republic together. The modern Republican view is classically American: we don’t like foreignersContinue reading “Rethinking immigration law”

The final solution

For this week’s story on The Wild Hunt I asked some Pagans about the death penalty. While I was looking for the views Pagans hold on execution, I was really curious if those views were informed by religion.  While some of the respondents did try to articulate their opinions in a religious context because IContinue reading “The final solution”