Archive for July 14th, 2011

Origins 2011 Conference Coming to Rapid City

Origins 2011 Conference Coming to Rapid City

The Origins 2011 creation conference is coming to Rapid City this month! The three-day event will be held July 28-30 at South Canyon Baptist Church in Rapid City, South Dakota. Origins 2011 will feature 10 scientists and educators from creation-affirming colleges and ministries. These individuals will be presenting cutting-edge research in creation science and education. Presentations will be made the evenings of July 28 and 29, and all day July 30.

Former Homosexual Defends Bachmann’s Counseling Clinic

Former Homosexual Defends Bachmann's Counseling Clinic

A few days ago I examined the “mainstream” media’s latest effort to smear GOP presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN). The newest media frenzy involved an “undercover operation” with someone going to the counseling clinic run by the Bachmann’s supposedly seeking help for their homosexual tendencies, but just looking for fodder for ridicule. But Greg Quinlan, President of Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays and Executive Director of Equality and Justice For All, exposes the hysteria against the Bachmann’s by homosexual activists and their stooges in the “mainstream” media.

World Net Daily Defends Against Islamist Enemies Within America

World Net Daily Defends Against Islamist Enemies Within America

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood front group, has become infamous for its stealth legal jihad in the United States. One of CAIR’s nefarious purposes is to spread Islamic Shariah law in America through extensive litigation. WorldNetDaily published a book called “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America” and now CAIR has filed a lawsuit trying to silence this information from getting out.

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Bills That Have Already Been Paid

SOS: Speaking of Seniors - Bills That Have Already Been Paid

The Medicare system is far from perfect. Some insurance agencies provide extra service to their clients to help protect them from harm when something goes wrong in the Medicare system. Those errors can cost customers hundreds or thousands of dollars, as well as countless hours of frustration.