Love thy immigrant stranger as thyself 

Evangelicals take a strong stance on reform, but that may not be what the Republican party wants

Immigration reform is not a liberal idea. It is good, old-fashioned conservative policy — at least that's what its supporters want the Republican faithful to believe. The Republican Party has "historically been pro-immigration," Grover Norquist, the anti-tax activist, said after the 2012…

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