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Archive for September, 2013

-Syria: Sex for Jihad and Paradise

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

              (Photo credit: oksidor) We have posted on this subject before and every time I see another reference to it I am still shocked by the hypocrisy of it all. While hundreds of thousands of radical Muslims are in Syria fighting the regime of Assad, Mullahs around the Muslim world have issued fatwas of dispensation […]

-See You At the Pole 2013

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Today, September 25, 2013 is  ‘See You At the Pole’ day across America and the world. A day when thousands of American students gather together at the flag pole in front of their schools and pray for the world, America, their community, and their schools. Hundreds of thousands are participating in 50 states but you […]

-Jihad Flags Proudly Displayed at Muslim Day Parade NYC

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

On Sunday (9/22/13) a number of American Muslims proudly displayed Jihad flags as they marched in the Muslim Day Parade in NYC. It was supposed to be a moment of pride for Muslims and the theme for the event was:  "Islam’s Contribution to Human Civilization." However, the entire exercise promoting the ‘religion of peace’ in […]

-Jihad Against Christians Over the Weekend

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

This last weekend was one of the bloodiest in memory as Islamists targeted Christians in two major terrorist events which could not be ignored even in this country. Jihad in Kenya- 68 Killed: At least 68 people were killed and over 175 wounded as Islamist radicals from Somalia attacked a mall in Nairobi, Kenya. The […]

-California: Bill To Take Away Non-Profit Status From Boy Scouts is Defeated

Friday, September 20th, 2013

A bill (SB 323) that would have taken away the non-profit tax status of Boy Scouts and other youth groups was narrowly defeated in the California Assembly. The bill would have required youth groups in California to include all genders including transgender and homosexual participants or lose their non-profit status. It was directed specifically towards […]

-San Antonio Ordinance May Restrict Christian Conventions?

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

             (Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas:  Wikipedia) Lawyers from the Southern Baptist Convention have explored the legal ramifications of the new San Antonio City ‘non-discrimination’ policy and have concluded that it could restrict and even prevent Christian organizations from using the city’s convention center. Here’s the story from the Baptist News: SAN ANTONIO (BP) — […]

-‘In God We Trust’ Suit Dismissed

Monday, September 16th, 2013

                                        (Photo credit: Wikipedia) A lawsuit by atheists to remove the national motto: "In God We Trust" from U.S. currency has been dismissed by a federal district Court. Here’s the story from the Baptist Press: A case filed by atheists who want the national motto, "In God We Trust," removed from U.S. currency has been […]

-Crystal Cathedral In Transition to Become a Roman Catholic Church

Friday, September 13th, 2013

                                          (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Crystal Cathedral, an Orange County icon that rivals the fame of Disneyland and a site that was completely identifiable with sights and sounds of Robert Schuller’s television ministry, is now in transition to become the new home of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. From the LA Times: The name […]

-Less Than Hundred Show for “Million Muslim March”

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

                      (Photo credit: prunejuice) Only a handful of people actually showed up for the so-called “Million Muslim March” yesterday on 9/11 in Washington DC. Here’s the story from the Huffington Post: An event initially billed as the "Million Muslim March" and set to be held in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, the 12th anniversary of the […]

-9/11: A Time to Remember with Hope

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Then: Now: Our family visited the 9/11 Memorial in NY City a little over a year ago and found it to be an experience that was nearly impossible to put into words.The site is huge and nearly everywhere you look there is new construction going on. We quietly filed into the memorial grounds with thousands […]