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Mitt Romney Attacks Baptist Pastor: Romney Must Answer for his Weird Beliefs!

Mitt Romney is in the news again. You remember Mitt don’t you? He had plans to become President of the U.S. but they were somewhat stymied. He has lowered his sights and is willing to accept a seat in the U.S. Senate from Utah. However, he had primary opposition which caused him to stumble–again. At […]

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Homosexual Ambassador and Lover Going to Berlin: Was Pence Wrong to Swear Him in?

The flood of homosexual acceptance has become a tsunami of approval and even applauding of and abdicating all norms of decency and common sense! Now, even the “conservative” National Review has raised the white flag of surrender suggesting a “compassionate compromise” with “transgenderism.” (A transgendered person is one who pretends to be the opposite sex.) […]

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Violent, Vicious, Vile, and Venomous Hatred on the Left!

When Barbara Bush died this week, a Muslim university professor at Fresno State University Randa Jarrar, tweeted: “I’m happy the witch is dead and I can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise.” She boasted that she could not be fired because she has tenure and makes $100,000 per year. […]

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Stormy Weather Ahead for President Trump!

The media is having a feeding frenzy over allegations that Trump had a one-night-stand with porn star Stormy Daniels in 2006. Her “confession” on 60 Minutes was the most highly rated of such programs in more than a decade. Then there were revelations that he had a nine-month affair with a former Playboy Bunny that […]

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Should Taxpayers Bail Out Victims of Weather Tragedies?

Why should taxpayers provide financial relief for victims of weather or fire damage especially when those victims chose to live in areas prone to disasters? And many of those families refused to purchase insurance to protect against such tragedies thereby expecting the rest of us to finance their choice of location and their refusal to […]

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Whom Do You Trust: A Principled Judge or Delayed Accusers?

I detest unfairness and hypocrisy and I have seen boatloads of both in the Judge Roy Moore issue. Without knowing all the facts, as only Moore and his accusers know, I have decided to believe a man who has had a lifetime of dedicated service to people while standing upon the rock of Truth. It’s […]

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Judge Roy Moore and Sanctimonious Hypocrites in Congress!

The shrieking mob running through village streets carrying pitchforks and flaming torches is looking for someone, anyone to hunt, harry, and harass. Probably most of the sexual predators ending up being tarred and feathered deserve it from Spacey to Weinstein to Segal. But, the mob is intoxicated and will only be satisfied with a higher […]

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Make New Law: Any Politician Who Lies Goes to Prison!

It’s difficult to know when a politician is lying; although, if his or her lips are moving it is a good indication of that possibility. And if their pants are on fire, you can be pretty sure you are dealing with a liar. It’s time for all government officials to experience rejection, repercussions, and not […]

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Unpleasant Truth is Not Always Hate Speech!

It is an unpleasant truth to hear that babies are babies from conception and to terminate (kill) them is in fact the taking of innocent life. That means doctors, nurses, parents, pregnant females, consenting males, and hospital workers have blood on their hands. Health personnel who try to distance themselves from killing babies are like […]

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President Trump Failed to Keep His Promise about Jerusalem!

My first trip to Israel in 1967 was exciting, electrifying, and extraordinary. It was shortly after the Six-Day War, and there were burned-out Egyptian tanks, half-tracks, and personnel carriers off every road outside Jerusalem. On the Golan Heights, I walked on recently cleared paths that still had unexploded land mines in the area. In fact, […]

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