#FLGov: These Primary Numbers Look Awful
Despite what you might think, Charlie Crist had an awful day yesterday. Oh sure he won, but praimies are always a good sample of what the general will look like in close races. And it looks like the enthusiasm gap is held by Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) right now. Let’s break down the statewide numbers (rounding up to the nearest 1,000 mark due to | Read More »
Warren Buffett Knows Less Government Means More Economic Activity
Remember the “Buffet Rule?” The Buffett Rule is part of a tax plan proposed by President Barack Obama in 2011. The tax plan would apply a minimum tax rate of 30 percent on individuals making more than a million dollars a year. Remember for whom it’s named? The Buffett Rule is named after American investor Warren Buffett, who publicly stated in early 2011 that he | Read More »
Dangerous Christians & Misunderstood Muslims
The brutal beheading of photojournalist Jim Foley at the hands of an Islamic group has focused the world’s attention on their brutality and may have awoken the Obama administration to what they are up against. But, largely overlooked by most media in 2013 was a FOIA mandated release of certain documents which detail the cooperation between the Department of Justice and the Southern Poverty | Read More »
Circumstances Can Change
Failed 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney told Hugh Hewitt Tuesday that he is “not running” for president in 2016, but that “circumstances can change.” He intentionally used those three words because it is the theme of his entire political career. This can mean only one thing: Mitt Romney wants to run again. *break* “I had the chance of running. I didn’t win. Someone else has | Read More »
Should Churches Purge Members That Minister Beyond Denominational Limitations?
In response to learning of a number in her district that pursued ordination online, a United Methodist bishop posted on a blog a threat to withdraw from membership anyone she catches committing this crime against the church. Now would that be a punishment or a reward to be forced off this sinking denominational ship? The bishop justifies such a hardline position because, “It is an | Read More »
Charlie vs. Charlie: ObamaCare
Charlie Crist isn’t getting away from his flip-flop on ObamaCare. The citizens of Florida deserve to know what Charlie thinks on ObamaCare, and not only is this article going to expose him on his major flip-flop, it’s going to expose the damage the “affordable care act” has inflicted on our state. The ACA is a major failure, but not as big a failure as Charlie’s | Read More »
, Charlie Crist
Losing Out on a Pulitzer Prize: Ignoring the IRS Scandal
The latest revelations in the never-ending IRS Scandal are pretty headline-worthy, but hardly a pip is being heard from the MSM, again. First, Judicial Watch has revealed, and the Department of Justice has confirmed, that the missing emails of Lois Lerner do indeed exist; second, that the content of one of Lois Lerner’s Blackberrys was destroyed after the Congressional investigation began in 2012. The entire | Read More »
ISIS, HAMAS, Not Extremists or Radical, They are Following Qur’an
Claiming Muhammad or Islam is peaceful is like claiming a toddler has won the Tour de France. No spectator or sports enthusiast would ever take seriously a toddler racing a bike. But, they’d have to take seriously a well-invested and trained adult, especially if the race tore through their town. Groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and ISIS are not extremists. The Harvard Chaplain who | Read More »
, child marriage
, child prostitution
, Death Penalty
, domestic violence
, Ground Zero Imam
, Honor Killings
, Ibn Ishaq
, Islamic State
, Kinana b. al-Rabi'
, Muslim Brotherhood
, Saint Augustine
, Sharia Councils
, Sira of Ibn Ishaq
, Tour de France
Congress Demands Answers over IRS’s “Collusive” Attempt to Target Churches for Angry Atheists
Earlier this month, I wrote about a disturbing new attempt by the IRS to target and monitor churches.
Now Members of Congress are demanding answers from the IRS about their apparent collusion with an angry atheist group to target the Church.
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Today’s Feminism Isn’t About Empowering Females
Happy 19th Amendment day! Ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted American women the right to vote—a right known as woman suffrage. At the time the U.S. was founded, its female citizens did not share all of the same rights as men, including the right to vote. It was not until 1848 that the movement for women’s rights launched on | Read More »
Your thoughts. Who will be the Democrat minority leaders in the next Congress?
Watching “Special Report” last night, in a discussion about the senate races, Democrat strategist Joe Trippi actually used the “w” word…as in “wave”…the first time I’d heard that from someone connected, and in good graces, with Democrat politics. ( thus discounting Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen) I personally think it’s going to be a very good year for Republicans in Congress. Democrats seem already resigned | Read More »
Mental porn: We tv to air “Sex Box”
The only thing separating a studio audience from a couple having sex on stage is a “soundproof box”. Then the couple emerges from their connubial enclave to sit on couches and talk about the experience—and their relationship—with a panel of “experts”. AMC, purveyor of classic movies, picked up the show “Sex Box” from the UK for its We tv unit.
There’s nothing classic, or classy, about Sex Box. It’s crass, craven, and frankly, disgusting.
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Colorado’s Governor Hickenlooper Explores Depths of Indecision on Death Penalty
Hickenlooper has moved from not making a decision, to holding even the public discussion of his inability to make a decision hostage.
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Obama’s Cipher Legacy
President Obama’s legacy will be a cancelled check made by himself to himself: a net zero. He has ensured that he will become a cipher in the history of American presidents, both from the Left and the Right. From the time he surfaced as a do-nothing Senator from the Chicago Way, to his current push to play more rounds of golf than any president since Eisenhower, this man has wrought chaos, failure and disappointment, even to his one-time supporters.
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