Religion

It’s Easter! Time for jihad!

April 10, 2014
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The Strident Conservative, along with many others, took a lot of heat in 2012 for a story about Rick Warren’s embrace of Chrislam theology as a means to reach out to the Muslim community. Specifically, there were indications at the time that Warren had embraced the belief that Christians and Muslims worshipped the same god. While he later denied it—questionably in my opinion—it brought national attention to a growing trend of this theologically incorrect movement. Now comes a recent story in the Columbus Dispatch, where Rev. Deborah Lindsay of the First Community Church in Marble Cliff, Ohio is interviewed for her work in “blending” Christianity and Islam,…

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Eric Holder finally defends religious freedom . . . almost

March 6, 2014
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Eric Holder finally defends religious freedom . . . almost

During his confirmation hearing in 2009, Eric Holder made this commitment to the Senate Judiciary Committee and the American people: “The attempt to politicize the department will not be tolerated should I become attorney general of the United States.” “I will work to restore the credibility of a department badly shaken by allegations of improper political interference….” Yet, beginning with one of his first actions as the new Attorney General, when he dropped charges against members of the New Black Panther Party for violating the rights of white voters in a Philadelphia precinct during the 2008 elections, Mr. Holder has established a track record as…

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Jan Brewer sells religious freedom to the highest bidder

February 27, 2014
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Jan Brewer sells religious freedom to the highest bidder

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed Senate Bill 1062, a bill that would have  allowed businesses, such as wedding photographers and wedding cake bakers, to  assert their religious beliefs in rejecting participation in same-sex wedding events. While she claims to have lamented over how the bill “could divide Arizona in ways we cannot even imagine and no one would ever want,” her true motivation really boiled down to simple dollars and cents. This bill was never about discrimination; it was about religious freedom. Due to her pathetically weak “leadership” on the issue, Brewer allowed the the pro-homosexual lobby to turn this into an “anti-gay” discussion.…

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The “h” in homosexual stands for hero or something

February 11, 2014
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In a series of interviews meant to draw attention to how he chooses to use his penis in sexual situations, University of Missouri All-American Michael Sam declared to the world that he is homosexual.  Well, in the words of the Church lady: Of course, the hedonistic society we now find ourselves in says that this is not only OK, but apparently this qualifies Mr. Sam as some sort of hero. Move over firefighters; step aside police officers; stand at attention members of the military. A new hero has taken your place, and his name is homosexual. Shannon Sharpe, the NFL Hall of Fame tight-end—a word that might have…

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Losing Nakiska, but not the lessons he taught me

January 30, 2014
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Losing Nakiska, but not the lessons he taught me

We have been a little out of the routine around here this week. The reason is because I’m losing my buddy, Nakiska, to a long battle with cancer. Back in October, 2013, I posted a tribute to my baby girl, Sitka, after  I had to have her euthanized due to a sudden and untimely attack from a brain tumor. The lessons I learned from having her in my life inspired me to wonder why politicians in Washington couldn’t be more like her. To say I miss her would be an understatement. Now comes this week, when I am forced to make the same decision…

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