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Faith in Action

Faith in Action

In the face of withering evil, the families of Dylann Roof’s victims offered forgiveness. To the man whose goal was to elicit violence, they offered a peace that passes all understanding.

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Can Charleston’s Forgiveness Square with Justice and the Constitution?

Can Charleston’s Forgiveness Square with Justice and the Constitution?

Dylann Roof has committed a heinous crime and forfeited, as the Constitution states, his right to life, liberty, and property; and this should happen speedily and publicly. So just how does this Constitutional demand for justice reconcile with forgiveness?

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The Face of Hate

The Face of Hate

Bias and prejudice are demonic tools used by the ultimate oppressor to spread misery and hate. The physical distinctiveness and outward uniqueness of the individual produces barriers that fuel the fires of our natural depravity.

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Oh Really:  Frustrated Obama urges US to re-examine gun culture

Oh Really: Frustrated Obama urges US to re-examine gun culture

Guns are not the problem. People who use them for wrongful purpose are. Duh! What part of that “reality” doesn’t Obama and his side comprehend? In some hands, a steak knife or fork can be a deadly weapon. In other hands, a simple hair comb or hands is all it takes. How slowly do people have to say it before the truth is grasped and reality sets in?

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The Difference Between Obama and Me

The Difference Between Obama and Me

The difference between Obama and me is that I care when a “human being” has fallen victim to senseless violence or any other crime against them. I think “All Lives Matter”, not just ones that have my skin tone or are politically beneficial to me and my agenda or career climbing. Does the O-Man feel likewise?

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z (Photo credit: hollaa01)

Jay Z and Beyoncé Bankrolling Liberty or Slavery?

Jay Z and Beyoncé bankrolled protesters in Baltimore and Ferguson with tens of thousands of dollars in bail money, a writer and social activist close to both of them claimed. “I can say I’ve personally helped facilitate donations they’ve given to protesters directly and that they never ask for anything in return, especially publicity,” author Dream Hampton told the Daily News in an email.

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Solving the ‘Problem’ of ‘Transgender’ Inmates

Solving the ‘Problem’ of ‘Transgender’ Inmates

Not to be Captain Obvious here, but actions and choices have consequences. Here in the United States, we have barely begun to see the consequences that will result from the embrace of mass-lunacy surrounding the “transgender” movement.

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Police: Glad We Shot a White Guy

Police: Glad We Shot a White Guy

When there is a very real fear that doing your job (i.e. using force on a violent scumbag) as a policeman when the violent scumbag is of a certain skin color will result in massive riots and property destruction, society is in a bad way.

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Baltimore, Black, White and Central Power

Baltimore, Black, White and Central Power

Consider the following facts with regard to Baltimore: Black people riot; in the process they destroy black business; all of this occurs after a black guy dies in Police custody; at the hands of three black officers; who are part of a police department which is 43% black and led by a black Chief; under a black female Mayor; with a black female State Attorney; in a city ruled by the Presidents own Democratic Party for over 50 years. And the result is: The first black female US Attorney General, who is appointed by the first black president, attributes…prejudice against black Americans.

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God’s Education Plan

God’s Education Plan

From Horace Mann to the present, the state has used education to socialize the child. The school’s basic purpose, according to its own philosophers, is not education in the traditional sense of the 3 R’s. Instead, it is to promote “democracy” and “equality,” not in their legal or civic sense, but in terms of the engineering of a socialized citizenry.

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