Roundup

Looks like Arizona’s immigration laws worked: Violent crime is down 2-3 times the national average, among other benefits.  Too bad the Democrats are trying to find more ways to buy votes from illegal aliens.

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Gambian President: We would ‘rather eat grass’ than accept homosexual behavior — The Obama administration would rather see poor people suffer than lose an opportunity to export oxymoronic “same-sex marriage.”  Hillary Clinton said that gay rights and human rights were “one and the same,” even though she and Obama are pro-abortion and ignore the rights of unborn humans.

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Ineptocracy — a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

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Hate crime: gay activists vandalize Mark Driscoll’s Mars Hill Church — I was glad to see the church respond so graciously.  The behavior of the gay activists is egged on by false teachers who label bible-believing churches like Mars Hill as the “worst of Christianity,” while hypocritically claiming to oppose the violence against them (what would you expect from such accomplished liars?).  Expect to see more of this.  False teachers demonize the real church (not that I’m a Driscoll fan) and fan the flames of hatred against Bible believers.

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It’s now been 3 full years since Senate Democrats last passed a budget — the title is the story.  If it was the Republicans you’d never hear the end of this, but I bet if you quizzed Democrats they wouldn’t even know about it.

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The hypocrisy of Sojourners and Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis is boundless.  They are pro-legalized abortion, yet are running a campaign saying that Christians must be the voice for poor & vulnerable people during the election.

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Illegal aliens have a nice tax $4.2b tax fraud scheme going — all with the help of your government.

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EPA Official’s ‘Philosophy’ On Oil Companies: ‘Crucify Them’ – Just As Romans Crucified Random Conquered Citizens — Yes, these are your tax dollars and leaders at work.  But they are really working to keep your fuel costs low . . . right?!  Hat tip: John

Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) took to the Senate floor today to draw attention to a video of a top EPA official saying the EPA’s “philosophy” is to “crucify” and “make examples” of oil and gas companies – just as the Romans crucified random citizens in areas they conquered to ensure obedience.

Inhofe quoted a little-watched video from 2010 of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official, Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz, admitting that EPA’s “general philosophy” is to “crucify” and “make examples” of oil and gas companies.

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Too bad the media isn’t giving the same attention to the corrections on the George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin case as they did to sensationalizing it:

Cut and dried. Case closed.

Then the white guy became a “white Hispanic.”

Then police reports about the injuries to the back of his head turned out to be true.

Then it turned out he never used a racial epithet in his 911 call.

And when he told the dispatcher, “He looks black,” it was in response to a direct question, not an indication of motive.

And when the dispatcher told him not to follow the kid, he said, “Okay.”

But other than that.

Now the original narrative just got even more “complicated,” which is what our moral, ethical, and intellectual superiors in the media always say when they’ve failed to dumb down an already-complicated situation. Reuters reports:

Cut and dried. Case closed.

Then the white guy became a “white Hispanic.”

Then police reports about the injuries to the back of his head turned out to be true.

Then it turned out he never used a racial epithet in his 911 call.

And when he told the dispatcher, “He looks black,” it was in response to a direct question, not an indication of motive.

And when the dispatcher told him not to follow the kid, he said, “Okay.”

But other than that.
But a more nuanced portrait of Zimmerman has emerged from a Reuters investigation into Zimmerman’s past and a series of incidents in the community in the months preceding the Martin shooting…

The 28-year-old insurance-fraud investigator comes from a deeply Catholic background and was taught in his early years to do right by those less fortunate. He was raised in a racially integrated household and himself has black roots through an Afro-Peruvian great-grandfather – the father of the maternal grandmother who helped raise him…

Though civil rights demonstrators have argued Zimmerman should not have prejudged Martin, one black neighbor of the Zimmermans said recent history should be taken into account.

“Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. I’m black, OK?” the woman said, declining to be identified because she anticipated backlash due to her race. She leaned in to look a reporter directly in the eyes. “There were black boys robbing houses in this neighborhood,” she said. “That’s why George was suspicious of Trayvon Martin.”

Guess she’s a racist too.

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Loosening of UK IVF laws causes spike in fatherless children — That is tragic that the utter selfishness of the lesbians will deliberately result in fatherless children. That’s even worse than gays and lesbians adopting, which is very bad.

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5 thoughts on “Roundup”

  1. The whole issue of tying any foreign aid to acceptance of homosexuality is as immoral as it gets. For all their claims of helping the poor, apparently promoting homosexuality even trumps that.

    I about choked when I read that goatherd currie called Mars Hill “the worst kind of Christianity.” Does Currie even have an inkling of what Christianity is? From everything I’ve read by and about him, the answer has to be “no.”

    The UK IVF laws article demonstrates how horribly selfish these women are.

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  2. As far as I know, Sodom and Gomorrah did not try to blackmail neighboring cities into accepting their values. I think our nation would do well to remember that God is patient but history and the Word show us that is patience is not infinite. Nor should it be.

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  3. Awwww, Zimmerman was told by the policeman to not engage him and he may have said OK, but he did pursue. The media overdid the story dramatically but he still killed a young human being. This is why blacks forever think Republicans are racist are just don’t care about blacks. Too busy trying to win political points then to just deal at the core of the issue that this kid was killed violently. To fight for one political party is quit foolish in all honesty.

    But I still can’t stand Al Sharpen or Jesse. They should not even be called “Reverends”. I don’t even know of an instance where they talked about the Gospel. At all.

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    1. Awwww, Zimmerman was told by the policeman to not engage him and he may
      Awwww, Zimmerman was told by the policeman to not engage him and he may
      have said OK, but he did pursue.

      Last time I checked, that’s not against the law. It made perfect sense, being that there had been a rash of burglaries in Sanford, by individuals matching Trayvon Martin’s description.


      The media overdid the story dramatically but he still killed a young human being.

      “Overdid the story?” Is that what you call the crass attempt to whip up race riots over an open-and-shut case of justifiable homicide?

      “Young human being?” You mean the one that was on top of Zimmerman, attempting to inflict lethal injury to his skull? Maybe you didn’t see the photos of Zimmerman’s head.

      Martin wasn’t human. He was an animal. The world is better off without him.

      This is why blacks forever think Republicans are racist are just don’t care about blacks.

      It’s not our fault that 90% of them are so caught up in racial politics that they can’t see how the Democrats have been using them and taking advantage of them for generations. But to the average American black, it’s ALL about race. Most of the ones I know are too busy feeling like victims to notice the hell their communities have become – criminal activity FAR out of proportion to their share of the general population, staggering numbers of them in jail, the highest rate of out-of-wedlock births, crushing poverty, and a culture second only to Muslims in its worship of death and violence. (Come to think of it, I read that Islam is growing faster among blacks than any other group in America.) But rather than take responsibility for their lives, they choose to believe the rest of the country is out to get them and owes them something. The Katrina debacle in New Orleans told me all I need to know about urban black culture, frankly.


      Too busy trying to win political points then to just deal at the core of the issue that this kid was killed violently.

      Heaven forbid that a young thug should experience the natural consequences of violently and murderously assaulting an armed man.


      To fight for one political party is quit foolish in all honesty.

      I’m not interested in this “both sides do it; they’re all the same” crap.


      But I still can’t stand Al Sharpen or Jesse. They should not even be called “Reverends”. I don’t even know of an instance where they talked about the Gospel. At all.

      Maybe there is hope for you after all.

      These men are unrepentant racists and should be spit out of the black community’s mouth. It’s amazing that a racial group who claims to hold Martin Luther King Jr in such high regard, seems to prefer to be led by disgusting, dishonest hustlers like Sharpton and Jackson. I find it unlikely that whites (or for that matter, any of the other minorities) would tolerate such foolishness from men who allege to speak for them.

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      1. “The Katrina debacle in New Orleans told me all I need to know about urban black culture, frankly.”

        Great comments here and on the other posts. Thanks!

        Re. Katrina, I think that even opened the eyes of some Liberals. The retired ballet teacher of our daughters is very liberal. But when he saw how the black community reacted post-Katrina it made him re-think things. He noted how different the Hispanic community was as far as coming in to work and help.

        We had a good conversation about the basics of politics and theology and I sent him “The Case for Christ.” Pray for him!

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