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Trump wants more Christian immigration

Originally posted on Christian Patriots:

[Photo Caption: Real Estate mogul Donald Trump has soared in the polls and now leads the field of Republicans vying to be the next president of the United States.]

Donald Trump, married three times, the ruthless business titan in reality TV shows, might not appear to be the knight in shining armor that attracts Christian voters in the crowded 2016 Republican primary.

Not at first glance, at least.

But is there something in those steely blue eyes and mop of blond hair, with all his worldly success at making money, that could make him the warrior of the right?

Trump started rising in the polls after making the comment that Mexico is “not sending their best” to America and that among those coming in illegally are a high percentage of rapists, murderers and other violent felons.

But that’s not all Trump is saying. He’s also speaking up for Syria’s persecuted…

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Netanyahu tells Steve Forbes the prospect for “worst kind of war” with Iran is growing because of nuclear deal. Polls show 47% of Israelis now support a unilateral strike.

Originally posted on Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog:

Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks to Forbes magazine editor-in-chief Steve Forbes. Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks to Forbes magazine editor-in-chief Steve Forbes.

(Central Israel) — Are Israeli leaders actively considering preemptive military strikes to neutralize Iran’s nuclear threat, now that the world powers have struck a deal that gives Iran nearly everything it wants and puts Tehran on a legal pathway to The Bomb?

I was asked this last night during an interview on an American radio program. The host knew that I had once worked for Netanyahu, and that I stay in touch with his team and other Israeli national security experts. He also knew that I had written a series of political thrillers several years ago — The Twelfth Imam, The Tehran Initiative and Damascus Countdown — that imagined what might happen if an Israeli prime minister ordered such an attack, despite pressure from an American president not to do so.

Here are some thoughts.

  1. First, let me be clear: I have…

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