Friday, October 02, 2015
A mass shooting occurred yesterday in Umpqua Community College, an Oregon community college in southern Oregon.
The New York Post and local sources are reporting that the shooter forced students to stand up and state their religion before shooting them.
As of this writing, authorities are confirming that 10 students are dead. The shooter is also dead.
As many as 10 were injured, 4 critically.
The Post and other local and national news sources are reporting that eyewitnesses say the shooter was singling out Christians.
Thursday, October 01, 2015
Planned Parenthood's President Cecile Richards has had a bad week.
While PP supporters held "pink out" rallies around the country, Ms. Richards admitted under oath that Planned Parenthood does not actually have any mammogram machines---in any of their clinics---after she and the president have led the American public to believe they do have them.
Ms. Richards and President Obama have repeatedly led the public to believe PP did mammograms.
The more the light is turned on PP, the more disturbing they become---to those who are pro-life.
However, a new poll reveals the leaders of PP and their allies have apparently been successful in deceiving the public.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
The New York Times article with the above title begins with this: "Would the discovery of life on Mars be a blow to the idea of biblical creation?"
In an article Monday, the New York Times reports, "Scientists have for the first time confirmed liquid water flowing on the surface of present-day Mars, a finding that will add to speculation that life, if ever arose there, could persist now."
Does the notion of life on Mars, or other planets, conflict with biblical teaching on Creation?
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
As the Pope flew back to Rome and Christians attended worship services Sunday, President Obama warned and mocked Christian leaders, telling them they will not succeed in their attempts to assert their religious freedom against the homosexual agenda---mocking Dr. Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee and Senator Ted Cruz.
He told the sold out crowd, "We affirm that we cherish our religious freedom and profoundly respect religious traditions, but..."
Monday, September 28, 2015
Speaker of the House John Boehner announced Friday he will resign from both Speaker of the House and Congress at the end of October.
Some said over the weekend it was because he was so touched by the Pope's call for peace that he saw this as a way to help create political peace in Washington DC.
Others feel it is a way for him to avoid the possibility of a so-called "government shutdown"---not to worry that Planned Parenthood will be once again fully funded by tax payers as he pushes Obama's budget through in the name of "not shutting down the government."
And now he won't be around to deal with the fall out.
Only God knows our hearts, but most think there are other reasons besides being a Catholic, for Boehner's actions.