Monday, January 22, 2018

State Demands Preachers Get Permit To Speak Publicly

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Two street preachers are targeted, confronted and eventually arrested by transit officers who insist that they stop talking about their Christian beliefs without getting the agency’s permission first, and the courts say that’s all right.

Friday, January 19, 2018

China Is Infiltrating Our Public Classrooms--Here's How

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Last year, when the University of North Carolina opened its new "Confucius Institute," it was with a great amount of fanfare.

"This," the university said, "will help students be better equipped to succeed in an increasingly globalized world."

Chinese government funded "Confucius Institutes" are being opened in public universities and high schools, across the US.

You've heard the phrase, "You can't tell a book by its cover?"

Well, you can't.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Teachers Group Boycotts Christian Students

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The Oklahoma Council for Public Affairs is reporting that a collective bargaining group representing public schools in Bartlesville, Oka. is calling for a boycott of student teachers from Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

The reason?

The president of the university, in addressing the current wave of sexual misconduct accusations, said publicly "that the bad ideas presently being taught in our nation's schools might, at least in part, be responsible for the bad behavior we are seeing in our national news."

I spoke with the university yesterday.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

President Trump On Religious Freedom

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Yesterday, on Religious Freedom Day, President Trump told the nation and the world, "Freedom doesn't come from government, but a sacred right from Almighty God."

"Unfortunately," he said, "not all have recognized the importance of religious freedom, whether by threatening tax consequences...or forcing people to comply with laws that violate their core religious beliefs without sufficient justification."

The president said, "No American---whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner---should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law."

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

New Mayor Of Major City Calls Anthem "Ode To Slavery"

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The Washington Post says, "A newly sworn-in mayor of one of the heartland's largest metro area revived a criticism of the national anthem ..."

At his swearing in, Melvin Carter III, St Paul's (Minn) first black mayor spoke of our nation's founders as "a noble group of rich, white, straight, male landowners"...and our national anthem as an "Ode To Slavery."

The mayor is not only full of hatred but terribly misinformed historically.