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-Dan Rather: Obama Couldn’t Even Sell Watermelons

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Dan Rather is at it again with his homespun anecdotes. This time Chris Matthews tried to stop him by loudly talking over him the second he said ‘watermelons’. Here’s what he says about the GOP response to President Obama: “Part of the undertow in the coming election is going to be President Obama’s leadership. And […]

-Shame, Shame On AP for Publishing Photo of Dying Marine

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Notice that there is no photo for this post. The Associated press went ahead and published a photo of a dying marine  in Afghanistan over the objections of the Marine’s family and the Pentagon. They even went ahead and published it over the objections of Defense Secretary Robert Gates who called it “appalling” and a […]

-Apostasy Poses a Problem for ‘Moderate’ Western Muslims

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

(Rifqa Bary-YouTube) The case of Rifqa Bary brings to the forefront a continuing problem for moderate Western Muslims. Miss Bary is the 17-year-old runaway who converted to Christianity and fled from her Muslim family because she feared that she would become a victim of Muslim "honor killing". Apostasy—that is leaving the Muslim faith–poses one of […]

-Atheist ‘Business’ Targets Christians Preparing for The Rapture

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

(Image by Yukari* via Flickr) For the small fee of $110, a new business will take care of your pets after the Rapture. They have signed up confessed non-believers to be involved in the ‘service’. Eternal Earth-Bound Pets styles itself as a service that will take care of ‘left behind’ pets when their Christian owners […]

-Episcopal Head Wants to Clear Thing Up?

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

(Photo: Episcopal News Service / Jim DeLa) Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori did not like how the media reported on and covered the recent Episcopal Conference in Anaheim, CA. She is concerned that the press only keyed in on several controversial resolutions and didn’t really cover the efforts of the church to reach out to […]

-China: 140 Dead in ‘Muslim’ Rioting in Urumqi, Xinjiang

Monday, July 6th, 2009

(Urumqi via Wikipedia) It is really hard to get accurate news out of this remote area of China. However, what we do know is that Thousands of Muslim Uighur Chinese protested or ‘rioted’ in the regional capital of Urumqi. At least 140 died and over 800 were injured. According to reports, the Muslim Uighurs rioted […]