Interesting Bits

07/29/2014 8:51

Blame Obama For this Too

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07/29/2014 12:12

Pope Visits Evangelicals

Pope Francis became the first pope to make an official visit to a Pentecostal church, after he flew on Monday to speak at the Evangelical Church of Reconciliation in the southern city of Caserta, Italy. The pontiff apologized for persecution of Pentecostals the Roman Catholic Church was involved with in the past, and reached out with friendship to evangelicals.

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07/29/2014 8:08

Hamas Is Simpply Evil

Enjoyed this commentary from Jim Geraghty of National Review

 The number one export of the Gaza Strip is textiles. Number two is rockets. Number three is headaches. They have a particularly enthusiastic immigration policy, consisting of kidnapppings.

The whole region's full of other people digging for archeological relics, antiquities, minerals and oil . . . and somehow Hamas digs massive tunnels just so they can kidnap people.

Everybody else on the Mediterranean makes a killing on tourism; the Palestinians and their allies kill tourists. The Palestinians have Bethlehem -- the birthplace of Christ! One of the biggest potential tourism attractions in the history of the world! -- and beachfront property, and yet somehow they continue to have a struggling economy.

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07/29/2014 7:49

Not If He Keeps Screwing Up

WaPo: Has President Obama bottomed out?

He does have an extremely partian base. Around 40 percent of the electorate seem to back him no matter how damaging his presidency is to the nation.

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07/29/2014 7:43

A Cynical Ploy

Democrats admit amnesty is a political ploy.

For Democrats such as Grijalva and Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., amnesty and the political benefits stemming from it are inevitable. They are quite willing to use children to exploit the inherent compassion of the American people if it means ensuring the political future of the Democratic Party through the gratitude of millions of illegal aliens allowed to come here and stay.

(There is a difference between geniune compassion and phony compassion. Jesus asks for purity of heart. Which means if you do any action, even a beneficial one, due to political or social views, or for greed or lust for power, and not genuine love, you'e in sin and selfishness and get no credit for it.)

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07/28/2014 2:34

Interesting Poll

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07/28/2014 12:03

Our Captive Brother in Christ

Christian Pastor Farshid Fathi remains in prison in Iran but wrote a wonderful letter about God and his faith. (Our secular haters in America may irritate us but we are still very fortunate to live in this wonderful land.)

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07/28/2014 11:58

A (Legal) Immigrant we can Cheer For

Sudanese Christian woman who was sentenced to death for her faith arrives in New Hampshire.

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07/28/2014 10:40

Talk About Twilight Zone Irony

Germany: Muslims angry at insinuation that Muslims are easily angered.

Next story - Terrorists upset at accusation they make bombs

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07/28/2014 8:45

Progressive Policies Create Inequality

Conservatives may not have the answers but it’s clear that a progressive regime has not worked either.

The net worth of blacks and Hispanics has declined relative to whites. The black poverty rate stood at 27.2% in 2012, and for Hispanics, 25.6%. At the same time as poor kids are flocking here from Central America, child poverty among Latinos has risen sharply, from 27.5% in 2007 to 33.7% percent in 2012.

One would think these statistics would make someone question at least somewhat boilerplate progressive polices, which certainly have not worked better than standard brand conservatism. But often the common answer to these trends has been a call for more “progressive” social policies that would seek to redistribute wealth and to enforce racial equity in everything from housing to university admission. Given Republican control of the House, these racial and class politics are increasingly most keenly felt in the states and cities.

There are numerous signs of this, including Seattle’s $15 an hour minimum wage and similar proposals in other cities. The thrust of New York Mayor Bill De Blasio’s administration seems to be to provide ever more succor to the city’s large, heavily minority, poor and working-class population through early childhood education and more subsidized housing.

As an old Democrat, I am sympathetic to the concerns. But it’s dubious the deep blue cities have found a solution. Let’s start with the gap between rich and poor. For the most part the regions and states with the widest gap between the classes are overwhelmingly dominated by modern progressivism.

The capital of blue America, New York City, has easily the worst levels of inequality in the country, with an income distribution that approaches that of South Africa under apartheid, notes demographer Wendell Cox.

But New York is hardly the only progressive stronghold with searing inequality. A recent Brookings report found that of the regions with the greatest income disparity only one, Atlanta, is located in a red-leaning state. These include San Francisco, Miami, Boston, Washington, D.C., New York, Oakland, Chicago and Los Angeles. The lowest degree of inequality was found generally historically more conservative cities like Ft. Worth, Texas; Oklahoma City; Raleigh, N.C.; and Mesa, Ariz. Income inequality has risen most rapidly in the probably the most left-leaning big American city of luxury progressivism, San Francisco, where the wages of the poorest 20% of all households have actually declined amid the dot-com billions.

Progressives will not accept this because they are not, as they claim, part of the reality-based community. They will continue to believe their delusions.

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07/27/2014 3:29

Let's Have A Do Over

By a percentage of 53 to 44, Americans wish they had elected Mitt Romney. (and there's still 44 percent of idiots who would have voted for Obama.)

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07/27/2014 2:04

Words of (Hilarious) Wisdom

From Larry the Cable guy

Think about this:


1. Cows

2. The Constitution

3. The Ten Commandments





Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amazing that during the mad cow epidemic our government could track a single cow, born in Canada almost three years ago, right to the stall where she slept in the state of Washington? And, they tracked her calves to their stalls. But they are unable to locate 11 million illegal aliens wandering around our country.
Maybe we should give each of them a cow.


They keep talking about drafting a Constitution for Iraq ....
why don't we just give them ours?
It was written by a lot of really smart guys, it has worked for over 200 years, and we're not using it anymore.




The real reason that we can't have the Ten Commandments posted in a courthouse is this -- you cannot post:
'Thou Shalt Not Steal'

'Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery,' and
'Thou Shall Not Lie'
in a building full of lawyers, judges and politicians.
It creates a hostile work environment.




Also, think about this .....
If you don't want to forward this for fear of offending someone --


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07/27/2014 7:42

The Downside of Pot

Pot seen as the reason for rise in Denver homeless.

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07/27/2014 6:58

Don't See this headline every day.

Giant anteaters kill two hunters in Brazil. Wasn't this a sign of the End Times?

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07/26/2014 4:09

Axis of Evil

Sociopathic birds of a feather: Hamas and North Korea conclude arms deal.

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07/26/2014 12:01

The Obama Economy - A Disaster

The typical household now worth a third less than it did in 2003. (So how's that hopey-changey thing working out?)

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07/26/2014 10:02

Christians Supporting Israel

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