Ahead of the National Day of Prayer, Franklin Graham expressed dismay at how Islam is receiving preferential treatment by the Obama administration. “[Islam] is not the faith of this country. And that is not the religion that built this nation. The people of the Christian faith and the Jewish faith are the ones who built America, and it is not Islam.”
Millions of Americans will be uniting in prayer today in observance of the 59th Annual National Day of Prayer. Since 1952, when both houses of Congress passed legislation establishing an official Day of Prayer, Americans from various religious groups have used the observance to pray for their nation despite claims by a minority that such a day is an unconstitutional “establishment of religion.”
If you were awake during the 2008 presidential election, or have even had brief periods of consciousness since then, you probably have a pretty good idea of the radicals, dirtbags, terrorists and others with whom Barack Obama has associated for most of his life. But in case you missed some or all the first time around, or simply forgot some of the many shady characters in Obama’s life, Aaron Klein has a new book out called “The Manchurian President,” titled after the movie(s) “The Manchurian Candidate” about a man kidnapped by the enemy and brainwashed to act as a sleeper agent against America.
Have you ever heard of Joel Rogers? Odds are you haven’t…and I’m sure President Barack Obama would just as soon you knew as little about him as possible. Rogers is an ally and associate of Obama’s. Rogers helped found the New Party, a Marxist coalition working to elect Leftists of all stripes and flavors, including Democrats.
A Florida school district is being sued for “persistent and widespread” restrictions on religious expression. Liberty Counsel, a legal group often representing Christians in religious freedom and family cases, filed a lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of two dozen individuals against the Santa Rosa County School District and its Superintendent, Timothy Wyrosdick, for violations of First Amendment rights.