Farah, you asked, “Why do liberals hate God?” They do not believe in him. There is a HUGE difference.
I think all religion is bulls–t, but i do not participate in any active campaigns to deny those that do the right to believe in their gods. That includes all religions, including Islam and Christianity. On the other hand, Christians like you actively engage in pushing legislation that will infringe upon the right of everyone you hate. And yes, YOU HATE EVERYONE WHO IS NOT EXACTLY LIKE YOU.
I am a former devout evangelical born-again Christian. It was in ... continue reading »
Thanks for your story “Knockout game’ perp shot, killed.” I trust you are connecting the dots between big-city racial savagery, mega-bankster looting without consequences, failure of education, off-shoring, federal government policy and the latest plan already in motion to disarm Americans. There is a pattern here that matches everywhere communists have taken over nations. Thank you all for reporting the incidents. Sadly way too many Americans seem incapable of comprehending or are unwilling.
The plan to deconstruct, disrupt, destabilize and destroy the America ... continue reading »
Finally I hear from a real man not afraid to give his opinion about military issues and our failing leadership ["Women in foxholes"]. Maj. Gen. Patrick Brad for president in 2016, I hope.
I’d rather have the headlines say that I was in jail for killing the guy than having it say he was in jail for killing me ["About to be raped? Democrat suggests 'whistling'"]. Joe Salazar, you are a nincompoop!
The final pope will be when Jesus comes the second time to judge all of us – including you.
Wow, Ten Commandment billboards. Does this mean we will see no more birther billboards? Is this a retreat from birtherism?
Joseph Farah knows he is fleecing the gullible with this and his pink slip, “every member of Congress gets one with your name signed,” now give me your money routine. P.T. Barnum was correct.
What is interesting to me is this will show many Americans how irrelevant the Ten Commandments were to U.S. law in general but the Constitution specifically (compared to, say, the Magna Carta or English common law).
God is not mentioned once in the Co ... continue reading »