I know you guys have to sell books and get people excited over WND, but this Kabala nonsense is the worst!
There are many Hermeneutic reasons why this whole thing is nonsense, but suffice to say Moshe Aharon Shak has a 50/50 chance of being right! If he is wrong, few people will care or take notice. Of those who recognize his failure, ol’ Moshe will have an excuse that rationalizes the updated information. Carnival palm readers do similarly.
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What do “Fast & Furious” and the attack in Benghazi, Libya, have in common? Guns, weapons! It seems an administration bent on disarming the American people does not mind spreading guns all over the globe.
Should American Department of State personnel (ambassador) be involved in the weapons trade? No! Should U.N. personnel or embassy people in America be undermining America? No!
As best as I can ascertain, Ambassador Stevens was dealing weapons; he lived by the sword and perished in kind. The fact that he was hung out to dry is another issue. I am not sure what America stands for anymore. Whatever it is, it is ... continue reading »
I am an Evangelical Christian. I’m still hearing the questions from some of my friends, “Are you voting for a Mormon?” “Should a Christian vote for a Mormon?” My quick answers are: yes and maybe.
America has a secular government with a Constitution based on Judeo-Christian values. There was never a requirement for government leaders to be Christian. It was certainly expected that any leader accept the common values of our society and even suggested by the first chief justice, John Jay, that we should prefer Christians as our leaders. I do.
The open question is: Is there a qualified Christian cand ... continue reading »
My only question about whom to support for president is easy: “If they could vote, would Communists, felons, illegal aliens, Mexican drug cartel members, al-Qaida, Muslims, the French and America haters in general vote for Romney or Obama?”
Michael A. Pacer
Your inclusion of content such as “Asks hero’s dad: ‘Did your son always have balls the size of cue balls?’” is deeply offensive and totally inappropriate. You don’t need to get in the gutter to cover the day’s news or to try to attract readers.
Joseph Farah: Your question to Obama is so valid, and maybe not even forceful enough. Add your points to what yesterday’s Heritage Foundation’s “Morning Bell: Obama’s Imperial Presidency, Part II” sets out, and this man’s actions are nothing short of atrocious.
Would that such a question could be asked of the MSM and to the yet-to-vote public.
I’m not sure Romney is all there is as a solution, but we can pray nothing in his administration would come close to what Obama, led by his handlers, has done and is capable of doing in a seco ... continue reading »