Archive for August 1st, 2012

America Strikes Back Against Homofascism

America Strikes Back Against Homofascism

In this day and age when good news is hard to come by, and where people who know right from wrong have been on the defensive for far too long, it’s wondeful and refreshing to be able to pass along some great news. Though the Left has viciously attacked Chick-fil-A for affirming what every human civilization throughout human history has believed (that marriage can only be formed by a man and a woman), today’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day has resulted in lines out the door and around the corner, cars lined up in the streets, and record sales as regular Americans tell the homofascists what they think of their venom.

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Obama: Hey Little Girl…

Obama: Hey Little Girl…

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Rev. William Owens Sr, Coalition of African American Pastors

Black Pastors Condemn Counterfeit Marriage

The Coalition of African American Pastors consists of 3,742 pastors and this organization isn’t drinking the politically correct Koolaid of counterfeit marriage. They said they were ashamed that the nation’s first black president had so betrayed society’s most important institution: marriage. They also aren’t buying the fallacious comparison between an immoral, unnatural and unhealthy sexual behavior, and an innate, morally-neutral physical characteristic like skin color.

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First Court Injunction Against HHS Mandate Issued

First Court Injunction Against HHS Mandate Issued

A controversial Obamacare regulation has been temporarily shelved by a federal district court in Colorado in a blow to one of Obama’s primary regulatory pushes through his Health and Human Services Department. The plaintiffs in this case are the Newland family, of Colorado, owners of a Denver HVAC manufacturing company called, Hercules Industries, who want to operate their Hercules Industries in a way that conforms to their Catholic beliefs.President Obama, however, demands they provide contraceptive services to their employees free of charge, regardless of their religious convictions.

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President Obama signs a DOT/EPA Executive Order concerning vehicle emissions, 2010

Obama Holding New EPA Regs Until After Election

Call it an election strategy. President Obama is sitting on numerous regulations, coming from the Environmental Protect Agency (EPA), Agriculture Department and even those concerning worker safety that will likely have to wait for approval until after the elections. While it’s common to back off from pursuing controversial legislation or regulations during an election year, it creates a troubling outlook of what we can expect if President Obama wins a second term.

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Understanding Islam: What You Need to Know

Understanding Islam: What You Need to Know

If you live in the West and you value your freedom, you need to watch this video, Islam: What the West Needs to Know. Many of the apparent contradictions of Islam will begin to make sense as you learn from this video–things like the contradictions between more peaceful verses and more violent ones, the doctrine of abrogation, of taqiyya, how Islam is to be a “religion of peace” (i.e. when it achieves hegemony over the entire world, there will finally be “peace”) and so forth.

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Chick-fil-A -Chicken Sandwich (Photo credit: J. Reed)

Close a Chick-fil-A: Discrimination Gone Wild

Dan Cathy, a private business owner, did not discriminate against the gay community. He did not refuse service. He did not refuse employment. His crime was to say that he believed in traditional marriage. How dare he say he believed what so many of the population actually do believe? Somehow, espousing agreement with a position held by every civilization throughout history is suddenly reason to stage demonstrations, boycott, and deny a legitimate business from doing commerce in various communities.

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Countries Where God Does Not Reign

Countries Where God Does Not Reign

“There she blows!” cried the lookout, sighting Moby Dick. Captain Ahab and his chief mate Starbuck sailed the seas to capture this great white whale. But as fate would have it, when the harpoon struck, the rope flew out entangling Ahab, pulling him under. This classic was written by Herman Melville, born AUGUST 1, 1819. Grandson of a Boston Tea Party Indian, Melville’s father died when he was 12. Raised by a mother who inspired his imagination with biblical stories, Herman Melville shipped out as a cabin boy on a whaling ship and later sailed the South Seas with the Navy.

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