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A Look Behind America's Immigration Nightmare
Commentary by Dr. Steven Yates
On April 7, the United States of America narrowly
averted—or at least delayed—a disaster. Congress recessed without
passing an immigration bill that would have provided a track to
U.S. citizenship for well over 12 million illegal aliens. Whether
Congress will cave in to the increasingly vocal illegal alien
protest movement when they reconvene remains, as of this writing,
to be seen. Among the factors holding back the Senate that
day were hundreds of angry phone calls
to Senators. For a change, middle America
spoke loudly and clearly: “we do not want amnesty-for-lawbreakers!”
Maybe our Senators are keeping that in mind since
they have to face the voters this November. Because
if they sell this country out further, the 2006 elections will
be a bloodbath. We The People
will send incumbents packing in record numbers. (Well, one can
Unfortunately, stopping bad immigration bills
is only part of the battle. Possibly not even the largest part.
The real question is: “What, precisely, are we going to do with
between 12 and 25 million illegal aliens?” What are we to do when
they are being openly encouraged by their own government, via
Mexican President Vicente Fox, and not exactly being discouraged
by our political and corporate establishment?
Trying to round them up and send them back
to Mexico would create more problems than it would solve. Given
the marches by illegals we’ve seen so far, we ought not
kid ourselves into thinking they would go quietly.
I have occasionally heard the argument, “Let’s
penalize those who hire illegal aliens with stiff federal fines.” That won’t happen. Corporations have developed
an addiction to cheap labor, after all, and so, indirectly (in
the form of lower prices), so has the American public. Even if
cheap-labor jobs for illegals were to
dry up, for the same reasons as above we shouldn’t think the illegals
would just pack up and go home. The entitlement mentality doesn’t
work that way. Probably their ringleaders have been watching the
disintegration of France. They would conclude they have nothing
to lose by orchestrating the same thing here. My guess is, if
a federal effort to prevent businesses from hiring illegals was mounted, the illegals
would take to the streets. We’d see cars torched here—maybe worse.
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Christian Family Day July 15th
By Angela Boen
With a brand new stadium and the promise of the Cardinals
winning a trip to the 2006 World Series, this year’s Christian
Family Day will be a big hit! CFD is celebrating its 16th year as one of the
Cardinal’s biggest ticket draws.
This year’s event is on July 15th against the Los
Angeles Dodgers. Game time is scheduled for 12:15 p.m.
main speaker is Heisman Trophy
winner and Former NFL quarterback Danny Wuerffel. Wuerffel tells a powerful
story as his family fled for their lives as Hurricane Katrina
destroyed their home and belongings.
Wuerffel has had many successes in life as he played football
for the University of Florida Gators and later going on
to win the Heisman trophy award along with a college football championship.
He was drafted in the fourth round by the New Orlean
Saints and was at the peak of his career when he gave it
up to start an inner-city ministry in New Orleans.
Wuerffel and his wife Jessica
began Desire Street Ministries, an outreach to kids that
needed a safe place to call home.
Their mission is to transform their neighborhood
through spiritual and community development.
Before Hurricane Katrina, Desire Street Ministries
was the second largest housing project in the country.
The couple has begun rebuilding their lives and their
ministry, and Wuerffel tells a
story of hope and encouragement.
powerful testimonies from Cardinal superstar, Albert Pujols
and his Christian teammates like Braden Looper
and So Taguchi, lives will be changed as CFD brings in 3000
underprivileged kids through sponsored donations.
The kids along with volunteers will meet at Kauffman
Park before the game for a free lunch, clowns, blow-up games,
and puppets. The
kids will be treated to CFD’s
biggest hit, the Cardinal baseball testimony cards.
Many have come to Christ and have strengthened their
walk with Christ as the baseball cards have been shared
around the city of St. Louis and around the world to as
far as Africa.
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