Rick Warren Needs To Ask About BAIPA And Prop 8

    Dear Pastor Rick Warren,In 2004, you publicly stated to thousands of pastors that abortion and gay marriage are non-negotiable issues for the evangelical community. You were right.You have a chance once again to stand strong for your Biblical convictions when you interview Senator Obama and Senator McCain tonight.I am sure that you know that Senator Obama’s stance on abortion is more radical than that of | Read More »

    On the anniversary of a vital Christian event

    Today, August 15, is a very special date on the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar: it is a holy day, the Feast of the Assumption. Today and this entire weekend is also special to the Eastern Orthodox Church; they will be celebrating the Dormition of the Theotokos (literally the falling asleep in God of Mary, the Mother of God). While the two churches view the event | Read More »

    Obama will end racism in Iraq

    It is all here, in an LA Times blog, and we cannot deny it. As he travels through the country, Razzaq carries with him the resumes and biographies of black Iraqis who he says have been denied jobs and high political appointments because of their race. If Obama wins in November, he’s hoping Iraq’s leaders will take a closer look at the documents and give | Read More »

    As The Bear Rises Again, Internal Appeasers Rise With Him

    I read Glen Beck’s article on his interview with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. Saakashvili spoke about America and our founding fathers in such a positive and proud way. Remember, Saakashvili went to Columbia and studied our dear founding fathers.But what struck me was the comments page. The obvious pro-Obama liberals bloggers who blamed Georgia for the conflict. They said things like, “Saakashvili is nothing but | Read More »

    Obama’s Abortion Con Continues

    What you have to understand about Obama’s, and the Democratic Party’s, push to appear moderate on abortion is that it is part and parcel of a bait and switch by the religious left. What they want you to focus on are “social justice” issues rather than the “culture war” hot button issues like abortion, marriage, gay rights, etc.There is a two part problem to this:1) | Read More »

    Obama Eats Ice Cream, Bodysurfs as Russia Rolls Onward

    When the Russian tanks roll westward, what defence for you and me? Colonel Sloman’s Essex Rifles? The Light Horse of L.S.E.? -Philip LarkinYou know this is a “Now watch this drive” moment when even the New York Times is attacking Barack Obama for his horribly timed vacation. The One insists on iced cream, you see: and he will not be interrupted in his quest, not | Read More »

    Jerome Corsi Draws Blood

    The New York Times bestseller The Obama Nation by Jerome Corsi is drawing blood if the caterwauling from many of the usual suspects in any clue. The AP essentially reprints Obama’s response to the book as a news story but the lede is interesting: Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama hit back Thursday with a 40-page rebuttal to the best-selling book “The Obama Nation,” arguing the | Read More »

    Obama’s Dangerous Sop to Unions

    Donald Lambro had a great piece warning about the promises that Barack Obama has quietly made to the nation’s unions on August 8. Of course, we have talked about it many times here on the blog, but the union’s “card check” plan in their so-called “Employee Free Choice Act” is a bad, bad bit of policy that would deprive union members of one of the | Read More »

    Rick Warren Sells Out to the Pro-Abortion & Anti-Israel Crowd This Weekend

    As John McCain and Barack Obama head out to Saddleback to sit down with Rick Warren and avoid tough questions about Obama’s support for infanticide (yes, yes does support it, but Warren won’t be filled with enough of the Spirit to ask him about it), the Chicago Tribune is breaking news today with an exclusive about John McCain.Sen. John McCain, who is known for his | Read More »

    Obama’s America to the tune of “American Idiot.”

    Well done Cam. That’s awesome. What am I talking about? See it here.

    The Death of Thought and the Birth of Tyranny

    Slowly but surely, Americans have learned to stop thinking. If you do not believe this, walk through any crowded area in your city during the next few days and watch closely as people mill about. The experiment will be especially telling if you go to a place where thought once thrived – the Church or the university. The awe inspiring hope of Puritan John Witherspoon, | Read More »

    Another of Obama’s Radical Influences

    I feel it is imperative that people be made aware of the individual who was a major influence in Barack Obama’s political thinking. Sen. Obama was trained by Chicago’s Industrial Areas Foundation, founded in 1940 by the radical organizer Saul Alinsky. I recommend that you read an article in Investor’s Business Daily Obama’s Radical Roots And RulesFor additional information you may also do a search | Read More »

    Evangelicals Actually Lean More Republican Than in 2004

    This morning’s Washington Post will have another long piece about how Obama is reaching out across traditional political boundaries (he’s so brave!) in an attempt to snag conservative evangelicals, particularly young ones, many of whom still fall in the idjit voter demographic.Of course, any close inspection of the actual facts on hand – as opposed to just the lovely sight of sparkling anecdotes, so fresh | Read More »

    Camille Paglia: Obama pretty much as fake as Madonna.

    Imagine what she’d be like as an attacker.I could have discussed her actual argument, but it’s more fun to post this video from the Salon article itself. Partially because it demonstrates a disaster for her candidate for completely different reasons than the one she made, but mostly because I’m pretty sure that Obama picks his nose halfway through it.Well, when the Democratic Party decides to | Read More »

    On Christianity and the Left

    There is a group out there that called the Matthew 25 Network, which purports to be a Christian political action committee. The group takes its name from the 25th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew, of which verses 35 – 36 reads: For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was | Read More »