Category: National

Whoopi Goldberg Says Christians Can’t Work in Government

Whoopi Goldberg Says Christians Can’t Work in Government

Political genius Whoopi Goldberg is at it again. Unloading on Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis on a recent segment of The View, Goldberg told both viewers what she thinks about Christians working in government: go home. And don’t let the door hitcha on your way out.

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Are More Than Half of America Homophobic?

Are More Than Half of America Homophobic?

According to the recent history of majority vote, a significant portion of America has been staunchly against redefining marriage. When done right, husband plus wife as licensed by the state equals the potential for stable and secure family growth. Without a secure and sound foundation, society will fragment.

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‘Burn Kim Davis Alive!’

‘Burn Kim Davis Alive!’

What is it about Kentucky’s Kim Davis that really has secularists, even some misguided and ill-informed church-goers, yanking their hair out in clumps? It seems many don’t merely dislike this accidental civil-rights stalwart; they hate her with a white-hot hatred reminiscent of that levied against blacks during another civil-rights struggle. It was Rosa Parks then. It’s Kim Davis now.

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"Colored" drinking fountain from 1939 Oklahoma

Who Was Jim Crow and Why is He Calling Me a Racist

Contrary to the indoctrinated reality most people parrot as their own opinion or knowledge, a greater percentage of Republicans voted in favor of the Civil Rights Act than Democrats.

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Big Difference Between a Republic & a Democracy

Big Difference Between a Republic & a Democracy

This past week has brought in a wave of purposed lies from this criminal administration only to establish that which is unconstitutional, as well as illegal. Obama’s spokesliar Josh Earnest erroneously claimed the “Rule of Law” in support of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis being jailed for contempt by a Nazi-like judge appointed by George W. Bush.

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Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR)

The Iran Deal is a Treaty

When H.R. 1191, the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act by Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), came up for votes in the House and Senate, only one member of Congress voted no: Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.).

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Painting of the prayer led by Rev. Jacob Duché at the first congress

Can America be Great Again without Getting Right Again?

The language of political correctness has assigned moral issues of the day to the realm of hot button topics, religious issues and ethics issues. When the moral issues are ignored and put on the back burner, that is exactly what causes the other issues, such as confusion, war, encroaching enemies and economic failure to ensue.

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Did Congress Accidentally Balance the Budget?

Did Congress Accidentally Balance the Budget?

The national debt has been frozen at about $18.15 trillion for almost six months, according to the U.S. Treasury. Did Congress accidentally balance the budget?

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Kim Davis and Care for the Soul

Kim Davis and Care for the Soul

Instead of law being based upon the fixed absolute standard of the Creator, the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God-the Bible-instead we have been subjected to the new high priests and priestesses of the religion of Psychology.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – A ‘Keystone Cops’ Claim System

SOS: Speaking of Seniors - A ‘Keystone Cops’ Claim System

On September 9, 2015, I helped a client resolve problems with $1,375.93 of unpaid medical bills. The total was a combination of three bills on three dates from one hospital in Chicago.

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