President Joe Biden’s border chief, Alejandro Mayorkas, is using the little-known “parole” side door in border law to bring legally deported migrants back for televised reunions with their left-behind, asylum-seeking children. “Our highest priority is to reunite these families … It’s not about righting the wrong of the past, it’s about restoring the conscience of our government,” Mayorkas said he touted his return of four deported migrants in a May 4 appearance on MSNBC. The parole side-door “is a very limited authority that Congress has given for exceptional situations,” responded Andrew Arthur, a former immigration judge who now works with the Center for Immigration Studies. The parole door “is very narrowly written [for small numbers of people], but the administration has blown right past the limitations,” he said. Mayorkas is using parole power to create at least 1,000 reunifications that will serve as “a political prop to advance a [pro-migraton] narrative” about … [Read more...] about Department of Homeland Security’s Mayorkas Stages Open-Borders Theater
Desmo j example
ROME — Each bishop must decide whether to allow pro-abortion politicians to receive Holy Communion rather than the U.S. Bishops’ Conference (USCCB), Jesuit Cardinal Michael Czerny said Thursday. In the midst of debate over a common U.S. policy regarding Communion for President Joe Biden, a Catholic who has actively sought to expand abortion rights and funding, Cardinal Czerny told Religion News Service (RNS) that the USCCB is not the body to make that ruling. “It’s not up to bishops in general to make these decisions, it’s the bishop of the person,” said Czerny, the undersecretary of the Vatican’s office for Migrants and Refugees. In situations “where the government is claiming that it has the church’s support for some measure that we really can’t accept at all, that would be an example where the bishop would have to stand up,” the cardinal said, “but it’s up to the bishop.” Joe Biden’s presidency has thrust into the limelight the issue of Holy Communion for pro-abortion … [Read more...] about Jesuit Cardinal Says Communion for Pro-Abortion Politicians a Matter for Each Bishop
BOSTON (CBS) – There’s a lot of interest in Wallops Island, Virginia for what was slated to be the launch a Black Brant XII sounding rocket on Friday night. Unfortunately, Wallops Islands has rain and thunderstorms in the forecast Friday evening. So, NASA has postponed the launch to Saturday, May 8th at 8:02 p.m. This would seem ideal as the weekend would allow more people to witness the streak across the southeastern sky. However, southern New England will be battling a good deal of cloud cover Saturday night. While there may be some clearing after spotty afternoon showers, it will be tough to view this event from Massachusetts. (WBZ-TV graphic) And if you were thinking maybe there’s a chance this launch would be postponed to Mother’s Day, Saturday is shaping up to have ideal conditions for Wallops Island. Despite our cloud cover, having the information to see this is still helpful if Mother Nature shakes things up! If the clouds disperse, residents from New York … [Read more...] about NASA Wallops Rocket Launch Now Scheduled For Saturday Night
Last week, rumors swirled that President Joe Biden Joe Biden Atlanta mayor won't run for reelection South Carolina governor to end pandemic unemployment benefits in June Airplane pollution set to soar with post-pandemic travel boom MORE had proposed a ban on burgers. The claims, first reported by UK tabloid The Daily Mail , led to audible gasps of outcry and sent many a meat lover on the defense. By now, news reports have surfaced the real story — Biden did not actually propose a plan to make Americans cut their beef intake in an effort to curb climate change. But, should he? What if that’s exactly what we need to save America and our world from the destructive perils of climate change? Even though Biden may not be encouraging us to cut beef, consider the mounting, emergent, and scientifically-grounded reasons for why we should do it anyway. The burger-banishing claims we heard last week were deciphered from a 2020 study , conducted by the University of … [Read more...] about Biden didn’t ban burgers, but should he?
Sen. Tim Scott Timothy (Tim) Eugene Scott Updating the aging infrastructure in Historically Black Colleges and Universities McConnell amid Trump criticism: 'I'm looking forward, not backward' The instructive popularity of Biden's 'New Deal' for the middle class MORE ’s 2024 prospects are on the rise following his rebuttal to President Biden Joe Biden Atlanta mayor won't run for reelection South Carolina governor to end pandemic unemployment benefits in June Airplane pollution set to soar with post-pandemic travel boom MORE ’s address to a joint session of Congress and emergence as the leading GOP voice on police reform efforts. The buzz surrounding the South Carolina Republican puts him in the mix with several Senate GOP colleagues who are seen as potential White House contenders, including Sens. Tom Cotton Tom Bryant Cotton Tim Scott sparks buzz in crowded field of White House hopefuls Opposition to refugees echoes one of … [Read more...] about Tim Scott sparks buzz in crowded field of White House hopefuls