Archive for May 4th, 2010

Graham: Islam Gets a Pass, Christian Persecution Coming

Graham: Islam Gets a Pass, Christian Persecution Coming

Evangelist Franklin Graham was recently disinvited from speaking at the Pentagon on the National Day of Prayer, and though Graham had a chance to discuss this matter with President Barack Obama, he came away from the meeting less than satisfied.

Christian Preacher Arrested for Saying Homosexual Behavior is a Sin

Christian Preacher Arrested for Saying Homosexual Behavior is a Sin

A Christian preacher in the UK was arrested recently for stating that homosexual behavior is a sin. This preacher must have failed to receive the memo that immoral behaviors are protected behaviors, and that he is not entitled to criticize them in any way. And while things aren’t that bad in the U.S. yet, many in our government want it that way.

Harrison Ford Extends Offer of Walking Papers to Aviation Critics

Harrison Ford Extends Offer of Walking Papers to Aviation Critics

Part of me wants to give Harrison Ford some points here for telling the environmental wacko hypocrites to take a flying leap (literally), but I just don’t think I can. He tells critics who don’t like his seven airplanes that he’ll start walking everywhere when they start walking everywhere.

The Consequences of Religious Apathy

The Consequences of Religious Apathy

America’s political tradition rests squarely upon this conception of human nature: We are fallen, yet still bear the mark of our divine inheritance. A government seeking absolute authority over its citizens is not well served by competition with God. When we refuse to embrace both the blessings and the responsibilities of our divine inheritance, the power-hungry politicians and entrenched bureaucrats are more than happy to step in and do it for us – for a price.

Gordon Howie’s Voting Record Speaks for Itself

Gordon Howie's Voting Record Speaks for Itself

I believe Gordon Howie is the BEST choice we have simply because his voting record speaks for itself. I think you’ll agree we need now more than ever a governor who will stand behind what he says.