Opinion, by Michael Royster
The week of Groundhog Day, where life repeats itself ad nauseam, the international press carry reports of ten Idaho residents, allegedly Baptist Christians, who allegedly kidnapped 33 Haitian children and tried to take them across the border to the Dominican Republic on the grounds that they are (1) orphans, (2) underprivileged and (3) in need of a proper Christian upbringing in the land of milk and honey.
“Papers” they don’t need, because everyone knows that refugees have no papers. Most people in Brazil (not to mention in the U.S. and the rest of the . . .