The Pope, Climate Change, and Volkswagon

September 29, 2015
Pope Francis UN

The pope made headlines with his calls for action on climate change. USA Today touted: “Obama, Pope Francis praise each other on climate change.” In his September 23 speech from the White House lawn, the Pope addressed President Obama, saying: “I find it encouraging that you are introducing an initiative for reducing air pollution.” Addressing that comment, Business Insider added: “He praised President Barack Obama for his proposals, which aim for the US to cut emissions by up to 28% over the next decade.” The core of the entire climate change agenda is the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, which…

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Is Obama like the Pope or is the Pope like Obama?

September 28, 2015
Obama and Pope

Christians are being slaughtered in the Middle East by the thousands. Children are being raped and turned into sex slaves by followers of radical Islam. So what did the Pope have to say about these and other serious issues when he arrived in America last week? Nothing. In fact, he ignored these sins against humanity and began his U.S. tour on Wednesday last week with a lecture on other political issues such as global warming and inequality. And by inequality, he means the evils of capitalism and the need for wealth redistribution. But the leader of the Catholic Church was…

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Mitch McConnell fails with Iran nuke deal – Blames Democrats

September 14, 2015
McConnell and Boehner - RINO cowards

The Iran nuke deal hit the fan last week, and that prompted Mitch McConnell to go into damage control mode as he attempted to blame the Democrats for his pathetic leadership failure. In an interview on FOX News, he stated that the deal with the terrorist nation will continue to be a defining issue in the 2016 election for the White House and for continued control of the Senate. Meanwhile, he wanted to America to “make sure we know who we ought to be angry at.” Translation? McConnell knows that he failed. He knows that you know he failed. And…

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Same-sex marriage wins – Christians lose in Kentucky

September 1, 2015
LGBT and Religious Liberty

I wrote yesterday about how the same-sex marriage ruling in Obergefel v. Hodges by the Supreme Court was being used by polygamists in an attempt to legalize plural marriages. At the end of the article, I challenged anyone who held the belief that redefining marriage would only affect the homosexual community to take the time to learn how it would ultimately lead to the destruction of our First Amendment rights — specifically, the Freedom of Religion. These fears were realized in Kentucky yesterday when a county clerk was ordered by the Supreme Court to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples…

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Same-sex marriage ruling used to defend polygamy

August 31, 2015
Polygamy cake

Leading up to the Obergefell v. Hodges decision by the Supreme Court—that’s the case that opened the floodgates to same-sex marriage nationwide—Conservatives and Christians worldwide raised their concerns about the “slippery slope” America would likely find herself on as a result of changing the definition of marriage. Basically, if the definition was no longer to be a union between one man/one woman, then anything called “marriage” would be valid. This concern wasn’t an abstract concern. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, in his dissenting opinion, had this to say about this very thing: “It’ is striking how much of the…

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