May 2012

Christians Behaving Like Christians...

Orphan care has become a huge part of contemporary Christianity, with many spurred by biblical calls to care for orphans and their own "adoption" into the family of God. One in six children adopted to the U.S. last year came from Ethiopia, making the country second only to China, National Public Radio reported in a recent story.

Another Stupid Criminal

Drug dealer mistakenly sent text messages to police officer. (Who, not surprisingly, agreed to a meeting.)

Bucking the Hollywood Secular Tide

They're Just All Climate Change Deniers

A US government-funded survey has found that Americans with higher levels of scientific and mathematical knowledge are more skeptical regarding the dangers of climate change than their more poorly educated fellow citizens.

Well, Sooner or Later...

Serpent-handling pastor dies from rattlesnake bite. (OK, it's sad that he died but, let's face it, the headline is a bit amusing. Stupidity can be deadly)

Islamists and Little Nell

One must have a heart of stone not to laugh at the persecution of Muslims in America as depicted by USA Today. This article is so bad, so one-sided, so inept that its ham-handed attempt to elicit sympathy by condemning prejudice felt by some Muslims in America brought me to tears — of laughter. (Great put-down that shows some of the serious problems in journalism today.)

The Intolerant Left

Sixteen-year-old Madeleine McAulay recently made a video wherein she politely discussed her thoughts
 on same sex marriage from the perspective of her Christian faith.
The video received over 22,000 hits. Progressives attacked her and called her video
 "hate speech," and Youtube finally pulled it. (Gee, but leftists still loudly proclaim how tolerant they are.)

OK, This is Funny

How Washington Post E. J. Dionne would report the trial of Jesus. (Hint, He would not be sympathetic to the Messiah.)

IRS Accused of targeting the Tea Party

With this adminstration, it wouldn't surprise me. (Another reason to vote in another administration in November.)