February 4, 2013

Methodist Women for Open Borders

Mark Tooley, FrontPageMag

Give credit to the New York based United Methodist Women. Most religious lobby groups currently pushing for “immigration reform” at least pay lip service to border security and law enforcement.   But the UMW is bracingly, audaciously refreshingly, demanding completely open borders with no immigration law enforcement.  Come one, come all, just like to a church pot luck supper!

UMW once was the largest women’s organization in America, with over 1 million members.  Today it is likely the fastest declining women’s organization, with just over half a million, and plunging. Few church women under age 60 or even 70 are still members, and most of them are mercifully unaware of the radical politics long touted by the UMW’s New York activist bureaucrats.  But...

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