Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Great Debate

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Last night America and the world watched a moderator control the narrative of the conversation, creating bites from two political candidates that can be digested today by political pundits.

However, one of them, barring an unforeseen evident, will soon occupy the most powerful office in the world.

Pastor David Jeremiah says, "Supreme Court Justices who sit on the bench for life, wield more power than most of the kings and dictators in this world..."

"My decision---your decision---will affect our nation in ways that are more profound than any of us can imagine," the pastor says.

John G. Malcolm, constitutional expert with the Heritage Foundation, agrees.

"The next president will have the opportunity to leave a massive imprint on the federal courts for a generation or more...The stakes are high indeed," the scholar says.

The stakes are high indeed.

November 8, America will be weighed in the balances...

Monday, September 26, 2016

Under Siege

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Yesterday, authorities continued trying to piece together why Turkish born Arcan Cetin would kill 5 people Friday night at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, WA.

He is scheduled to appear in court this morning. More details will be forth coming throughout the day.

Last week the Burlington School District was advised by a Seattle Law firm that they will be forced to approve an after school Satanic Club on campus. If they decline the club, they will be sued. The school district's legal council, Duncan Fobes, says they will lose.

And tonight more than 100,000,000 people will watch Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debate how they can fix things.

America is under siege---and looking for answers.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Gonzaga: "Asking Asian Classmate For Help Is 'Microaggression'"

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A handout given to students this week in a Gonzaga University gender studies class, warns that "asking an Asian classmate for help with a math problem" is "microaggression."---It's off limits in a politically correct culture.

Asian students are stunned.

So are a lot of others.

One kid posted on Facebook-- "Truth---it's the new hate speech."

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Teacher Stomps On US Flag In Classroom

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Earlier this week, a high school teacher removed the US flag from its stand, asking the students if anyone had a lighter or scissors.

When none of the students had a lighter or scissors with them, the high school teacher threw the flag on the floor and stomped on it.

A sign of our times?

It is, but it's more than merely a "sign," and it isn't only in our times.

While a student at Bellevue College, I witnessed a similar situation. And that was in the 1960s.

Both teachers, now and then, provided an explanation.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Judge: Bremerton High Can Discriminate Against Praying Coach

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A US District Court Judge has ruled that the Bremerton School District in Washington State is not required to give Coach Joe Kennedy his job back.

Kennedy was fired for taking a knee and saying a quiet, private prayer following each football game.

The message? You can take a knee in protest of God or Country, but not to say a prayer.