The Path to Victory
What do we do now? That is the question that is building up like a tidal wave from a nation that finds itself at the precipice of national self destruction. The nation is slowly coming out of a deep, fitful, medicated sleep of apathy, brought about in part by the public’s ingestion of the socialistic narcotic of Barack Obama’s “yes, we can” philosophy, with all | Read More »
The Free Exercise of Religion in America
The following is a submitted assignment from a class I am taking on the United States Constitution which I thought this audience might appreciate: The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the | Read More »
Tags: American history
, First Amendment
, freedom of religion
ObamaCare: Pay to Pray??
Utah (R) Senator Orrin Hatch and Massachusetts (D) Senator John Kerry are working with the Church of Science (and others) to find a way to incorporate into the Senate’s version of ObamaCare reimbursement for prayer. http://www.mercurynews.com/politics-government/ci_13871576 That’s right. If they’re successful, and ObamaCare passes (which in itself may not have a prayer!), tax dollars will go to “spiritual advisors” who pray for your healing. So now | Read More »
7th Circuit Nominee & Nidal Hasan – PC Run Amok
This week, the Senate votes on President Obama’s nomination of District Court Judge David Hamilton to the Seventh Circuit. Because of Hamilton’s fundraising activities for ACORN, his leadership positions with the Indiana branch of the ACLU, his statements supporting judicial activism, and most importantly, his rulings putting liberal ideology above the rule of law, he is the first and only Obama circuit nominee to draw | Read More »
, David Hamilton
, Establishment Clause
, fort hood
, Harry Reid
, Nidal Hasan
Crist and Christ keeping the hurricanes away.
Charlie’s prayers protecting FL from hurricanes. But will it work for elections? Hat tip to Townhall.
You be the judge
So just north of Pensacola FL. the principal of Pace HS (public), Frank Lay (pictured) asked the athletic director, Robert Freeman to say a brief blessing an appreciation luncheon for those who helped move toward a new field house. This sort of prayer/blessing is offered every day in our congress. Now, because the principal shortsightedly did something that would have been routine 5-10 yrs ago, | Read More »
Don’t let the SEIU/ACORN drones/thugs suck you in
Tampa, FL – Smiling faces of all colors speaking total lies about conservatives, calmly telling me that I was a goon for the big drug companies, a racist and a moron. Another told me that if I went to the emergency room without insurance I would get care because “my skin was white” whereas she wouldn’t “because her skin was black”. I calmly explained that | Read More »
The Battle is the Lord’s! Mark your Calendars for August 4!
Radically liberal Democrats control most of our government; their power seems almost unstoppable. With Al Franken in the senate, a filibuster proof majority is pretty much achieved. Just about everything we have come to know as “American” is in danger. Fighting along traditional political lines is a necessary endeavor, but I fear that in and of itself it will prove to be insufficient. The odds | Read More »
A Memorial Day Prayer
For all the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines. For the Guardsmen, and Reservists. Honor everlasting belongs to you. Soldiers of America. Your courage is your legacy, and our inspiration. By your example do we draw strength. For those who gave their lives, and made the ultimate sacrifice. Words alone cannot express our sorrow. Our love follows you to the highest heights of Heaven. You who | Read More »
Former staffers ‘angered’ by Gov. Palin’s remark
Pete Hanby of CNN reports that some former McCain-Palin staffers are upset with their former vice presidential candidate for her recent remark, in a speech to the Alaska GOP Lincoln Dinner: “So I’m looking around for somebody to pray with, I just need maybe a little help, maybe a little extra, and the McCain campaign, love ‘em, you know, they’re a lot of people around | Read More »
Some of us ARE listening to Rush…
Tap. Tap. Tap. Helloooo! Can anybody hear me? My breath fogs the window as I stare in at our illustrious Republican representatives partying on. Sigh. As Mike Huckabee said on Fox News the other day, “I don’t know what they are but they aren’t acting like Republicans.” Oh, I realize the crowd around me is growing and more people are knocking on the glass. Yet, | Read More »
, Gun Rights
, liberal media
, Rush Limbaugh
, Sarah Palin
, Sean Hannity
RE: Praying for Obama
Bad words on my tongue. Bad words on my tongue. Sigh.
A Christian Perspective on Barack Obama
Ligon Duncan makes some sound points though many might not like to consider them. For those Christians who are more dismayed than overjoyed about the prospects of an Obama presidency, there should be a remembrance that as our President, Barack Obama will have God-given authority to govern us, and that we should view him as a servant of God (Rom. 13:1, 4) to whom we | Read More »
This is my first diary entry here and it’s a new process for me as I was never involved in the ‘blogosphere’ before this election. In the run-up to the election and subsequent fallout, I’ve been plagued by a bad case of dualism and I hope that this exercise in expression will help me compartmentalize some of my thoughts. As a Reagan conservative and pro-life | Read More »
I’m getting ready to go to church, where I will be standing in front of the congregation to pray for our Prez-to-be. I offer this article from Ligon Duncan on how Christians are to pray for Mr. Obama. From 1 Timothy 2:1-2 – I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone— for kings and all those in | Read More »