This says it all. Be sure to read all the lines, especially the last one. Hat tip: Ironic Surrealism
See Media Admission: Tea Party Not Racist | Verum Serum — will race-baiting false teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie and the like recant now? Of course not. They knew all along that the smears were lies. Honesty isn’t their strong suit.
It is so morbidly ironic for them to play the race card when they support the abortion industry that kill blacks at a rate three times that of whites and Hispanics at a rate double that of whites. That’s real racism.
And while they support the right of blacks to be destroyed at such a high rate they don’t support the right of those that survive the womb to have school choice. That’s more racism, but they love teachers’ unions more than blacks. And if blacks succeed, where will the Liberal voting base be?
Contrary to the conventional wisdom, violence hasn’t primarily stemmed from religion but against religion (the Roman Empire, Russia, China, etc.). Read about the incredible violence in France in 1793.
Is it OK for Christians to marry non-Christians? — Short answer: No. Click the link for a great story and conclusion:
The level of influence of a significant other in a non-platonic relationship greatly impacts your ability to achieve the vocational task that the Lord has set for you. My recommendation is to avoid engaging in any romantic relationship in which self-sacrificial service to the Lord is not the main focus. And remember, physical contact greatly reduces your ability to make objective evaluations.
Today, Christians treat the Christian life as a hobby that we engage in for our benefit. And this includes romantic relationships. One way of screening prospective mates is by assessing how well prepared they are to defend the Lord’s reputation, when it is called into question. An authentic Christian should care enough to have prepared to defend God’s existence and character in public.
The Folks At The Dallas Tea Party Are A Bunch Of Racist Whites! — Uh, except that they were not. CNN and Janeane Garafalo must not have heard about this gathering. Oh, they dislike President Obama, but because of his awful policies and not his skin color.
Managing money in a financial crisis: Great advice from Randy Alcorn and others.
Great testimony by Supermodel Kathy Ireland — This is a must-watch video on multiple levels. Not only is she a winsome ambassador for Christ but she gave a great pro-life viewpoint based on science and reason. Very thorough, clear and compelling. Wow. Major blessings to her for standing up for her faith and for life, even though it has cost her financially.
I’m not sure if Huckabee would make a great President but his talk show has been impressive the couple times I’ve caught it.
Hat tip: Stand to Reason
Let the Humane Society blog know that you appreciate them using Rush Limbaugh as a spokesman. Sadly, some haters want you to boycott the Humane Society for using Rush. These people are so vile and mean that they can’t even stand for an ideological opponent to support a cause they (allegedly) care about. The irony of the intolerance of the “tolerant” is lost on them.
Wouldn’t they look at it as an opportunity to see the good in Rush (by their definition)? I think theological liberals like that have an intellectually bankrupt worldview but if they stopped being pro-abortion, for example, I would be the first to welcome them to the side of good (at least on one topic).
It’s official: Obama’s socialism will lead to fascism — In Obama-land, this is how they see the world:
- North Korea? Not a threat.
- Iran? Not a threat.
- Al Qaeda? Not a threat.
- Pro-lifers? Big threat.
The smug reactions of the media to the TEA parties are typified in the video below. Media bias? What media bias? And you can see images of the violent and evil (eeevil!) TEA party participants here and here. I didn’t know two of my favorite bloggers were high level Republican Party operatives.
Yep, these gatherings were nothing like the family-friendly fare you get at your average gay event (warning: graphic).
Then there’s the ironically extreme racism of people like Garafalo and Olbermann. This is good news, in a way. They are scared that we’re fighting back and must rationalize away the success of the TEA parties.