Thursday, July 28, 2016

Evangelicals And Gender Change---Stunning Survey

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Lifeway Research---a Christian organization---has found "Most Americans see nothing morally wrong with gender change."

About 6 in 10 Americans don't think it's morally wrong for people to identify with a gender different from their birth sex, and more than 50% don't think it's wrong to switch genders by taking hormones or having surgery.

In fact, they found "a majority of Americans reject the view of a creator giving them a gender that shouldn't be changed."

Response from evangelicals is stunning.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Michelle and Barrack- Defining Greatness

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In her speech to the Democrats Monday evening, First Lady Michelle Obama said, "Right now this is the greatest country on earth."

Last week, speaking to the world at the White House Summit on Global Development, President Obama said, "We are living in the most peaceful" era in human history and that "the world has never been less violent."

The proverb reminds us that..."from the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks?"

After these politically motivated words were mouthed---the abundance of their hearts spoke.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

7+% Of Muslims In US: "Violence Sometimes Justified"

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Pew Research appeared to be trying to assure Americans when they reported in their newest survey that nearly 93% of Muslims in the US do not support violence.

Franklin Graham wrote in USA Today: "That is not to say that [about] 8% would actually strap on an explosives-packed vest, but the fact that so many find it justifiable is scary enough."

Obama is committed to 10,000 Syrian migrants by the end of our fiscal year---that's September 30.

As of Monday, 1,515 refugees have entered this month---99% were Muslim, 0.19% (3) were Christian and 0.72% (11) were "other."

Hillary and the religious Left are advocating for as many as 50 times that number.

This is a time to be informed. And be involved.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Kids Channel Introduces Bi-Racial "Married" Homosexual Couple---With A Child

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Variety magazine, one of the 2 most influential entertainment magazines in the industry, is announcing that 'Nickelodeon," the kid's TV channel, has introduced a bi-racial, homosexual "married" couple on their show "The Loud House."

This is a first for Nickelodeon---a network many parents have come to trust.

Variety says, "The decision to feature a married same-sex couple on a children's program has been met with overwhelmingly positive reactions."

Heads up parents and grandparents who would "not" respond overwhelmingly positive to this form of indoctrination of your children.

Friday, July 22, 2016

WA State Mother On Trial For Funding Terrorist Group

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The trial for Hinda Osman Dhirane of Kent, Washington is underway.

Dhirane, a 44-year-old mother of 6, is charged with supporting and providing material support to a terrorist organization.

She is accused of funneling money to the al-Qaida-affiliated group al-Shabaab.

The defense of the mother being offered in the trial suggests that although she supports the terrorist group, she didn't "act" out in any "terrorist" way.

I am reminded of the speech Newt Gingrich gave Wednesday evening at the GOP Convention in which he told Americans, "We Are Sleep Walking Through History."

News Alert. Roger Ailes, the man who built Fox News and Fox Business Channel and has maintained its conservative integrity has resigned amid accusations that he sexually assaulted several women at Fox. 
Meghn Kelly is one of the women who has accused him. 
He denies the accusations. Bill O'Rielly, Sean Hannity, Greta Van Sustran and others have said if Ailes goes, they, too, will leave Fox. Many, in fact most of the people working at Fox---some working for Ailes for the past 20 years, say they do not believe the allegations. They say its about certain women wanting to "be" the news rather than simply reporting the news, 
It is also reported that there has been a power struggle with Fox as to who should be the "face" of Fox.