Friday, August 26, 2016
Secularists are urging the Republican Party to disassociate with Christianity.
Because "Americans are moving away from Christianity, including people most likely to vote Republican."
And if they don't?
"If the GOP doesn't renege on it's alliance with Christianity, it will soon become irrelevant."
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Days before most public schools welcome America's children back to the classroom, Human Rights Campaign (HRC)---the nation's largest homosexual advocacy organization, is already in the classroom preparing to extend their "welcome" to your children.
They have placed in the hands of teachers and administrators their syllabus for 2016-2017, which includes "back to school" tips for teachers.
The "tips" include "introducing LGBTQ topics into math word problems."
Heads up parents and grandparents. And all who care about the next generation.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
It is written, "A double minded man is unstable in all his ways."
"Man," of course, refers to mankind, or as the so-called secular progressives prefer, "humankind."
When Donald Trump called for the Clintons to "shut down the Clinton Foundation" or for "an investigation of the $100,000,000 Foundation," the progressive Left and uninformed citizens dismiss it as just "politics."
When the Boston Globe---a leader in biased news reporting and unwavering supporter of Hillary and her policies, call for Hillary to shut down the Foundation, it should cause all good people to take a closer look.
A closer look reveals her profile---not Kennedy's "Profile of Courage," but a "Profile of Conflict."
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
A major new report published yesterday in the journal The New Atlantis, reveals that most everything the media, entertainment, and public education is telling you about sexual orientation and gender identity is wrong.
The scientists say, "Some of the most frequently heard claims about sexuality and gender are not supported by scientific evidence."
Monday, August 22, 2016
According to a jail survey, 7 in 10 will vote for Democratic Party.
The State GOP sued.
The State Supreme Court struck down the governor's Executive Order in a ruling last month.
Today, Gov. McAuliffe is scheduled to speak to the press at the Civil Rights Memorial on Capitol Square at noon (EDT) and explain how he is circumventing the courts and the law, in order to help "rig" the election.