Posts Categorized: Christianity

Get off my goddam American lawn

Get off my goddam American lawn

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  God bless Pam Geller, if you’ll excuse the expression. And screw you if you don’t. We’ve had it, and Pam Geller is the tip of the spear. Pam organized a “Draw Muhammad” contest in Texas. The winner of the contest was Bosch Fawstin, a Muslim apostate. He has interesting things to say about Islam:… Read more »

Burning people alive is acceptable to Islam, says Islamic cleric.  After all, Muhammad did it.

Burning people alive is acceptable to Islam, says Islamic cleric. After all, Muhammad did it.

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Anjem Choudary, A London-based Islamic cleric who lectures on Sharia law, says that it was acceptable to Islam to burn the Jordanian pilot alive. “If you want to look at this from an Islamic perspective, what they are arguing is that it is qisas, in other words, reciprocation. “The fact is that the pilots —… Read more »

The legacy media scrambles to protect Reverend Obama

The legacy media scrambles to protect Reverend Obama

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If you didn’t watch Fox News, you might not even know that Obama dissed Christianity. You might not know that Obama hitched up his holier than thou pants and launched into a sermon chock full of the moral equivalence between the Islam of today versus the Christianity of centuries past. You wouldn’t know. You wouldn’t… Read more »

"Have yourself....a Muslim little Christmas...."

“Have yourself….a Muslim little Christmas….”

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Christmas. It’s not just for Christians, anymore. I recognize that Christmas is a Christian, religious holiday- I love that it is! That the “Christ” in “Christmas” belongs there, unmolested. But as a non-Christian who has grown up celebrating the rituals and trappings- Christmas tree, gift-giving and receiving, Christmas card writing, carols, etc.- I also regard… Read more »

Duck Dynasty: The third rail of contemporary culture

Duck Dynasty: The third rail of contemporary culture

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Oh my, it has hit the fan. Phil Robertson ignited a firestorm of criticism that engulfed him following a GQ interview in which he spoke about his views on what he believes is immorality. That interview has resulted in his Robertson’s suspension from the show “Duck Dynasty.” A sample of what he said: “It seems… Read more »

Someone Looks Scared

Liberal Hypocrisy and International Racism

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Someone gassed between 350 and 1,400 people in Syria, depending on which liar fits into your political agenda; however, North Korea can starve tens of thousands, many of them children, and the international community with its organizers are painfully silent. Kim Jung-un battles no one but his own people: Assad is in a desperate battle… Read more »

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Obama: Islam trumps the First Amendment

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In 2009, Barack Obama joked about using the IRS for purposes of retribution: And now we all see the result- it wasn’t so much of a joke as a promise. So, do you remember this Obama edict? The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. Apparently he meant that as… Read more »

Politically Incorrect with the Broken-Down Clock...

Politically Incorrect with the Broken-Down Clock…

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Bill Maher on HBO’s Real Time Friday made a statement that will make the Right cheer as the left predictably cringes.

After his guest Brian Levin – the director of the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino – said of the Boston bombings and how it relates to radical Islam, “We have hypocrites across faiths, Jewish, Christian who say they’re out for God and end up doing not so nice things,” Maher marvelously responded, “That’s liberal bulls–t right there”

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A Wild Evening At Comanche Station

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The Voyage of Discovery, led by Lewis and Clark in 1803, took three years to travel to the West Coast and back. There was a desire to shorten the time for continental travel and mail delivery; the stage coach was the logical choice, but the logistics were almost overwhelming. There would need to be blacksmiths, harness makers, drivers and conductors, and many way stations. Horse feed was an overwhelming problem; horses need a minimum thirty pounds of forage a day to maintain their health. When hundreds or thousands of horses are using the same limited pasture, the natural graze begins to disappear. Yet the relentless stream of coaches continued to arrive at way stations, looking for fresh well-fed horses and possibly a hot meal.