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Why our approaches on illegal immigration, “gay rights” differ

  Recently, I was asked why I manage to muster so much compassion for illegal immigrants but not “gays.” Most people who read this blog know Sutherland Institute’s stand on a conservative approach to illegal immigration andUtah’s HB 116 – … Continue reading

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Political irony: the similarities of opposing political extremes

  Want to know what the “gay-rights” movement and the enforcement-only immigration crowd have in common?  Then read on. A number of news stories in recent weeks have highlighted ironic positions taken by groups across the political spectrum on various … Continue reading

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Want to fix illegal immigration? Fix ourselves first

During Utah’s immigration debate this year, some people argued that tightening controls on America’s southern border and strictly enforcing immigration laws in Utah would solve our problems associated with illegal immigration. In a fascinating article in the newest edition of … Continue reading

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