Many conservatives are applauding Russian President Vladimir Putin for his decision to intervene in the Syrian civil war. Even though the US-led coalition has been bombing ISIS for more than a year, many feel that Putin has taken a leadership role in the war in comparison to President Obama’s lackluster resolve.
A good example of the conservative applause for Putin comes from Robin McFee of Family Security Matters who applauded Putin for his “moral clarity” in pointing out the failures of the Obama Administration in the Middle East. Going even further, Walid Shoebat, a former terrorist who converted to Christianity, called Putin’s intervention in Syria “a holy war,” saying “it is the latest crusade of our time.”
While Rowan County, Kentucky county clerk, Kim Davis, elected in November 2014 as a Democrat, sits in jail due to her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples based on her Christian beliefs, former Congressman and retired Army Lt. Col. Allen West issued statements stating that everyone is missing the point about the Kentucky clerk’s jail sentence.
As the 2014-2015 Shemitah year draws to a close, the world is once again falling into financial turmoil. The US stock market moved into correction territory last week and, in early trading this week, the Dow crashed more than 1,000 points before recovering to a mere 588 point loss. The current volatility in the market is not the only bad news of the current Shemitah, however. The Shemitah, which began last September, was ushered in with several ”shakings,” in the words of Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, who discovered the Shemitah pattern and wrote the book, “The Mystery of the Shemitah.”
“America is racing toward judgment,” says Rabbi Jonathan Cahn in a video posted on You Tube. “Not one but multiple factors are converging.”
A lot of educated morons and disingenuous talking heads insist that anchor babies are covered by the 14th Amendment. Sorry, folks, it’s not. I can understand liberals and the media who are owned by liberals spewing those lies, but Fox News, which I quit watching two years ago, is just as guilty.
Bill O’Reilly and Judge Napolitano are the two worst culprits. I assume they can read and with just a small amount of checking, they would know what I know. The author of the 14th Amendment said specifically that it would not cover what was to become illegal immigrants. Continue reading →
When Donald Trump revealed his immigration policy this week, the aspect of the plan that got the most attention was his desire to deport the American-born children of illegal immigrants. Under current US law, children born in the United States automatically become US citizens. In his plan, Trump says that this policy, “birthright citizenship,” is the “biggest magnet for illegal immigration.”
Birthright citizenship is also called “jus soli,” which means “the law of the soil.” Like many aspects of American law, it has its roots in English common law. In Calvin’s Case, a 1608 ruling, the court determined that a Scotsman born under the reign of King James of Bible fame, whose rule united the kingdoms of Scotland and England, was also an English subject. The court found that “a person’s status was vested at birth, and based upon place of birth—a person born within the king’s dominion owed allegiance to the sovereign, and in turn, was entitled to the king’s protection.”
American journalist and author, Colin Flaherty, who has been chronicling racially motivated violence by blacks against whites for the last several years, announced on Saturday, August 15, 2015 that YouTube has black-listed his reporting by terminating his account, and declined to provide a reason for the suspension.
Sunday morning I opened up a story from Doug Giles that got my attention – it was entitled, “If America Goes Down the Toilet, I’m Blaming Lame Pastors.” What the heck? Should I be offended? Nope. Here’s why:
The pastors and Christians of yesteryear were not wimpy, politically correct people who advocated nothing, nor did they stand with the British who were the tyrants in charge. As Doug puts it, they “threw lighter fluid” on the fires of the revolution by their rhetoric.
As the old saying goes, it’s better late than never. That particular adage may apply to the handful of conservative-leaning national news outlets picking up on Carly Fiorina’s 2001 speech to Hewlett-Packard in which she claimed the Islamic World from the centuries spanning 800 – 1600 was “a civilization that was the greatest in the world.”
As reported by NBC News and the self-proclaimed progressive-leaning Mother Jones news portal, both on Aug. 17, 2015, former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) took to social media the day prior notifying her followers on Twitter that a guest columnist penned an opinion article on ChristianHeadlines.com regarding Fiorina’s 14-year-old speech while still the CEO at the computer giant. Either provocative or indifferent, depending on one’s perspective, Fiorina’s speech, entitled “Technology, Business and Our Way of Life: What’s Next” prompted the former North Star State congresswoman to tweet, “Carly Fiorina delivered this speech in MPLS praising Muslims 2 weeks after 911” along with the web address.
Black ministers have risen up in order to remove a racist symbol that receives honored status in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery (NPG) next to such heroes of civil rights like Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks.
All right thinking Americans should support them, and I do, but left minded individuals are fighting to preserve the heinous picture of noted racist Margaret Sanger, who founded Planned Parenthood in order to hold down the population of “defective” people. (Meaning blacks) They are demanding all of her pictures and her bust be removed immediately. Continue reading →
Former CEO and Chairwoman of the Board of Hewlett-Packard, Carly Fiorina, may still be hearing the fading echoes of the praise heaped upon her by network pundits and GOP party insiders after her being informally declared the winner of the lower-tier Republican candidates debate last Aug. 6, 2015.
In the wake of the nationally televised debate, the gushing of television personalities and happily spilled ink from establishment Republican stalwarts certainly gave the impression that Fiorina has become the new darling of the conservative movement.
The Deep South doesn’t get much deeper than Oxford, Mississippi. The same town that’s home to the Ole Miss Rebels and the university’s former mascot Colonel Reb, just held the largest Confederate funeral and procession the city has seen for over the last 100 years.
As reported by WTVA (of Tupelo, Miss.) and The Local Voice newspaper (of Oxford, Miss), both on Aug. 3, 2015, Anthony Hervey was laid to rest yesterday in what has been described as the largest Confederate funeral and procession seen in Oxford, Mississippi for at least the last century. Known in the press as a “black Confederate,” Hervey was an unabashed and unapologetic supporter of everything Confederate States of America, to include the iconic Confederate battle flag.