To say that the left is adamantly against Mike Pence, Donald Trump’s running mate, is to state the obvious. However, in the days since the Indiana governor was chosen, liberals have been having conniptions for fear that this unassuming, soft-spoken, likable Hoosier, might be able to sway some to, horrors, vote Republican.
Pence is their new bogeyman, one to be feared more than ISIS, more than corporate greed, even more than the greatest threat to mankind — global warming.
Eric Schmeltzer, writing for the Huffington Post called him “Sarah Palin (a popular left-wing target) without the charisma.” Whooo!
Schmeltzer again on his blog: “It isn’t so much that Mike Pence is a lightweight in the brains department. It’s that Mike Pence is a lightweight in the brains department and also ridiculously incompetent.” Double whooo! Read the rest of this entry »
There so much hope that we would finally heal what was left of the racial divide that exists in this country when Barack Obama was elected president of the United States. That’s why many threw caution to the wind and voted for a poorly qualified man with Marxist tendencies to lead us. That’s why so many were willing to stick with him for another four years. Surely, he would finally come through . . . but he hasn’t.
His speech yesterday in Dallas was, without a doubt, one of his best. However, after extolling the virtues of the Dallas police and the fallen, he simply couldn’t resist the temptation to legitimize those who feel the police are out to get them as he has done many times before. Read the rest of this entry »
When you open the refrigerator and it stinks, you know something is rotten in there. Likewise, when the FBI failed to recommend that Hillary Clinton be prosecuted, you know something is rotten in our government.
If you still think the FBI and the Justice Department are independent from the White House and political pressure as they were designed to be, either you just crawled out from under a rock or you are hopelessly naive.
Days before the FBI made its findings public, Obama announced that he was endorsing Hillary Clinton to be his successor. In fact, he was getting ready to board Air Force One with her to begin campaigning in North Carolina as the FBI press conference began.
Now I asked you, would Obama have made that announcement and made plans to join her campaign if he had not been assured that she would be cleared of criminal wrongdoing? Would he have risked having such a blemish on his record for the sake of a few days? Read the rest of this entry »
I remember it as though it were yesterday. I developed a fever and stomach cramps. Assuming it was the flu, I went to bed to sleep it off. When my husband came home and found me with a temperature of over 103 degrees, he insisted on taking me to the doctor despite my objections.
Upon examination, my doctor determined I had a dangerous infection and left a waiting room full of patients to accompany us to the hospital while his staff called ahead. Once there, I was immediately placed in a room, where my own doctor ran tests and administered emergency treatment himself without waiting for the hospital staff to determine my condition or be brought up to speed. I later learned that these measures likely saved my life. Read the rest of this entry »
If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea. Mark 9:42
It’s little wonder that children in public schools from religious households are likely to dabble with all manner of sexual activity before they graduate. In many, if not most, school districts they are constantly being told that anything-goes-as-long-as-it-goes-with-a-condom and that one lifestyle is just as good as another. It’s a constant drumbeat from kindergarten through high school.
Our young people are being pushed to experiment with both sexes to find out if they are straight or gay. Then, they are told that bisexuality may be their true nature. If none of that works, why not try identifying with the opposite gender? Now, the Department of Education has informed schools that they must let students use the restroom or locker room of their choice in order to conduct these experiments or simply sneak a peek at the opposite sex.
It’s little wonder that many Christians have given up on the nation’s public schools. Others feel trapped and simply try to combat the the anything-goes hedonistic message their children receive at school with a strong moral message at home. It’s an uphill battle. Children are in school or involved in school activities some 40 hours a week. If you subtract the hours they spend sleeping and doing homework, you can readily see the imbalance. Read the rest of this entry »