First, I am an avid reader of WND as well as many other publications dedicated to conservative thought. I look for incisive, logical and well-written columns as well as credible writers. But, there are two writers’ columns on WND I will not even open: Molotov Mitchell and the Babe in the Bunker (Barbara Simpson).
You could call it silliness on my part. I just don’t believe Mr. Mitchell’s first name and ridiculous picture belong in your publication.
While a babe might be interesting to look at, that designation does not belong there either. I ... continue reading »
Lisa Henson is taking a strong stand against Chik-fil-A in support of gay marriage ["Muppets bash Chik-fil-A over owner's faith"]. That is certainly her right. But, really, Lisa, why stop there? A majority of the United States have rejected the gay-marriage referendum. Why don’t you pull your merchandising and any future movies from these states? Now, I realize that such a move would put a serious dent in your company’s profits, but this is a matter of conscience, right? Surely you don’t want to give these states the impression that you respect their right ... continue reading »
Congratulations, WND, on your reporting about the crooked mega-bank’s money-laundering scheme ["Who busted the bankers of HSBC?].
After I read the report on WND, I emailed my congressman, Forbes News and everyone I could think of who should investigate this entity! Thank God someone got interested in your report. Now we will see what happens!
Thanks, and keep up the good work.
Didn’t our Lord’s Prayer tell us to pray “deliver us from evil”? “Us” in this statement is a call for a community to pray. But since 2009 when the president said we are no longer a Christian nation, we have continued to divorce ourselves from our religious roots. So every time bad people do bad things, how can we in good conscience ask for deliverance since we in America have eliminated God from the public square?
Can we summon our best advocate and friend back when we have kicked him out? Most assuredly we can, with individual prayer for forgiveness and a sincere heart. We need mercy that we don& ... continue reading »
I recently read the headline to your article regarding the mass murder the occurred in Colorado, and as most readers, the first thing I noticed was the fact that the headline said “in a world without God” at the end.
I would like for you to elaborate on how the world is without God. Walk out your front door, look at any one thing that is natural, and there is God. He is the creator of everything around us, so how does your statement “a world without God” hold true? I’m highly offended by that headline. God is in everything and everybody. ... continue reading »
Predictably, the senseless murders in Colorado have generated more calls for gun control among the ignorant and the exploiters of tragedy. I hope well-meaning defenders of the Second Amendment do not fall into the trap of getting into a crime-statistics debate and the like.
The Second Amendment is no more tied to crime rates than free speech is tied to rates of literacy.