As the mother of 4 young kids, I don’t get much time to watch tv during the day. As for reading the newspaper? Forget about it. Therefore, I’ve come to rely on CNN, Fox News, and sometimes even – dare I say it?? – MSNBC to quench my thirst for the news during their nightly broadcasts. I’ve overlooked their biased reporting in recent months. I | Read More »
Barrack Hussien Obama’s faith?
**What is faith?Barrack Hussien Obama was born to a Muslim father from Kenya, that made him a Muslim.Barrack Hussien Obama enrolled at a Muslim school in Indonesia, registered as a Catholic.Barrack Hussien Obama stated in his book he found Christianity 20 years ago through the racist Rev. Wright.**Most people of faith rarely change their faith once in a lifetime let alone 3 times.What was Barrack | Read More »
Christian bashing.. again
When AP Media hitman Eric Gorki took on the task to impugn the religion of Sarah Palin, he accomplished what these media hacks usually accomplish when they delve into areas that they are obviously unfamiliar with. They irritate the informed and sway the ignorant.Sadly their main effectiveness is with other people who are unfamiliar with the topic chosen, Christianity.
Latest Gov. Palin media: Noonan’s Must read and a “disturbing video” of Palin speaking in Church
Just spotted Noonan’s piece on Drudge: must-read. The best quote on the media: Dig deep into Sarah Palin, get all you can, talk to everybody, get every vote, every quote, tell us of her career and life, she may be the next vice president. But don’t play games. And leave her kid alone, bitch.Then there’s this video that’s getting a lot of attention on Fark. | Read More »
Another Barky Video…Pass It On If You Like It…
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Barack & Nancy: We’re On a Mission from God
On Saturday, Barack Obama did an interview with CBN in which he accused McCain and the GOP of invoking Messianic imagery when referring to him: Brody: Let me ask you a little about some of these ads that John McCain has been running not just on television, but on the web. Let’s face it, let’s call a spade a spade, there has been some Messianic | Read More »
What’s So Great About Dinesh D’Souza?
For any Dinesh D’Souza fans out there (and there should be legions of them in my opinion) here’s an interview I did with him last winter concerning his last book. It was supposed to appear elsewhere but that fell through. His latest book What’s So Great About Christianity, should restore his status among conservatives. It is a meticulous and exquisite defense of both Christianity and | Read More »
Warren did not need Land’s saddle on his back [re-updated]
Originally published in and introducing Gamecock’s DeVine Law[2nd update]Rick Warren pulled off a masterfully revealing “cone of silence” debate with identical, well-crafted questions to Obama and McCain tonight. All fears that Warren was in the tank for Obama were unfounded. His low key approach allowed Obama to hang himself with his halting non-answers vs. McCain’s honest, direct unflinching answers. Obama never identified that a baby | 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 »
Mind-numbing stupidity about America’s faithful
Justin Ewers of US Snooze & World Report published this interesting bit of selective fact finding/editorializing regarding the surprising shift of self-identified religious voters toward Barack Obama. Here’s the link to the original article.
Intellectually Excavating Indiana Jones Unearths Epistemological Artifacts
As a discipline, archaeology examines the artistic and technological remains of various cultures in the attempt to learn more about them. Often from these objects, students learn about more than the subject’s material nature but also insight into the beliefs and paradigms important to the human species at a particular time.
Timesonline Overreacts: If Islam is Extreme Let’s ban ALL Religion
In yet another example of why the west might not beat the onslaught of radical Islamofascism, Minette Marrin of the Timesonline thinks she has found a solution to the clash of cultures. Marrin details the extremism evinced by too many Muslims in England and then posits a solution: ban all religion. Talk about an absurd idea. It’s as foolish as throwing out the baby with | Read More »
Church of the Almighty Stogie
Few things warm my heart more than a story about political incorrectness and cigars. Love these guys.Dutch smokers are flocking to a religious movement known as “The Only and Universal Smokers Church of God” following a ban on tobacco smoking indoors.Michiel Eijsbouts, founder and “Smokelighter” of the church he founded in 2001, has insisted that the Dutch smoking ban in place does not apply to | Read More »
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David Frum’s Self Denial
My new book White Protestant Nation: The Rise of the American Conservative Movement places conservatism within the big picture of modern American history. The book traces the origins of modern conservatism to the 1920s. It explains why conservatism triumphed in the late twentieth century and why it is has fallen into disarray under the leadership of President George W. Bush.The review of my book in | Read More »