Archive for October 24th, 2013

Black Tea Party Group: Rep. Grayson Should Apologize

Black Tea Party Group: Rep. Grayson Should Apologize

Conservative and independent-minded Black Americans are demanding a public apology from Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) for his remarks equating the Tea Party to the Ku-Klux-Klan. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Founder and President of BOND Action and the South Central L.A. Tea Party, blasted the liberal Democrat.

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President Obama

America–and the Tea Party–Are Owed an Apology

For weeks, Obama and his minions refused offer after offer that would have delayed implementation of Obamacare for a year. They not only refused to even talk about these concerns, they demonized anyone who even suggested that putting Obamacare on pause might be in everyone’s best interest. Now, it seems that the Obama Administration is looking to unilaterally waive enforcing the individual mandate portion of the law…The only problem is the Administration does not have the power to waive legal requirements under the law no matter how much sense they make.

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Urban terrain training at Ft. Hood

Army Secretary Intervenes After Anti-Christian Briefing at Fort Hood

Family Research Council (FRC) commended Army Secretary John McHugh for swiftly intervening after learning about another Army briefing that listed Christian Evangelical groups as a “threat” to the United States. The latest incident occurred at Fort Hood, the site of a domestic terrorist attack by radical Islamist Nidal Hasan in November, 2009.

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In the Beginning

In the Beginning

The first sentence of the Bible is, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The scientific study of the universe is a good thing. But as we seek to increase our knowledge and understanding of the universe, we should also be prepared to learn about its Creator, because metaphorically speaking, his finger prints are all over it.

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The Return of the Welfare State

The Return of the Welfare State

Did you know that in 5 years of the Obama Administration, the federal government has spent 62% as much on welfare in those five years as the United States spent in the 30 years following President Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty?”

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Latest Republican Failure a Surprise?

Latest Republican Failure a Surprise?

The capitulation of the leadership of the Republican Party in the showdown over the what was sold as a “government shutdown”, should not surprise anyone. What is surprising is that, in light of the track record of the conservative party, so many people would expect any other result. Isn’t this the conservative party that always folds its cards when the liberals/progressives/socialists go “all in”? In fact, what has this party ever conserved, other than the liberal victories of it’s supposed adversary?

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