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The Immigration System: So Much To Fix
It has been one of those weeks. Everything around me seems to need fixing. First the shower backed up, and then my car broke down.
What's in a Name? Living in a "Rule of Law" City
Last month, the mayor of Costa Mesa -- where I live -- proposed and passed a proclamation declaring our city a "Rule of Law" city. It is not that we were in total anarchy before May.
Why My Conservative Business Friends Support Immigration Reform
Recently I turned to a conservative, white businessman friend to get some insight into how immigrants enhance our culture.
The God Who Sees
When I was in second grade handball was all the rage. We played it with big red rubber balls against backboards on the playground.
Friendship Sealed with Accountability
Immigration: Drama and First Drafts
"Why do you have to be so dramatic?" I thought as I rolled my eyes.
Advent: Hope for Immigrants Too
Last year at Christmastime one of my neighbors was deported. The next day his mother showed up to volunteer as a gift wrapper at our annual community Christmas Store.