One law shall be for the native-born and for the stranger who dwells among you. (Exodus 12:49)
God's Law-Word applies to all men, in all places and at all times. The Gospel does not, in any measure, limit the universality of that Law. The idea that the Law of God is for the Jews, and Natural Law is for the Christians and the Gentiles is an invention that is playing out in the disintegration of modern Western civilisation.
The Modern Western world held together to the extent that the presuppositions of God's Law were ascribed to Natural Law. However, the shifts in legal interpretation and Parliamentary law-making have caused the legal foundations to drift from their roots in Biblical Law, and reestablish themselves in the shifting sands of Humanistic pronouncements (eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil).
There is no longer one law for the native-born and the stranger equally. The native-born has to work, pay taxes, and through the mechanism of Social Welfare, finance the establishment of the stranger.
Recently I have heard talk of peaceful secessionist action to establish Christian states within the United States of America. I don't think that such a situation would be allowed by the anti-Christian administration and bureaucracy. Humanism is a power religion, and will not abide any competition. The cry of tolerance is used by Humanists to gain the advantage, and as soon as there is sufficient leverage, the guise of tolerance is dispensed with, and brutal intolerance surfaces.
However, God does have His remnant, and truly, one day the earth shall be filled with the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea. Truly, one day the following prophecy shall be fulfilled:
"Come and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord and to the house of our God; and He shall teach us of His ways, and we will walk in His paths, for the Law shall go forth from Zion, and the Word of the Lord from Jerusalem." The Zion and the Jerusalem of this prophecy is the purified, sanctified Church of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
In that day, truly, there shall be one Law for the native-born and for the stranger, and in that day shall every man rest under his vine and under his fig tree.