I’m closely following articles concerning Obama’s birth certificate and especially the progress being made by Sheriff Arpaio. When I hear Donald Trump say, “There are more important issues I would rather talk about such as the economy,” I cringe. There is nothing more important!
This country has been under a curse or a facsimile thereof since Obama has been a candidate for president. My ancestors came to this country for freedom of worship in 1733, so I couldn’t be more American – and I’m watching this great nation go down the tube morally and economically. The moral issues (including fra ... continue reading »
You all should be ashamed of yourselves trying to dig up information on the president! Sheriff Joe is deep down prejudice and a good old red-neck sheriff. The only reason he is doing this because the president is African-American and more educated and smarter than the sheriff.
The GOP wants control and [to] make their rich friends richer. We don’t want go back to Jim Crow days! Wake up, American citizens, and see what’s happening before your eyes. You better vote President Obama back in office.
You think the economy is bad now? You haven’t seen anything yet! You think Romney is for the middle class? You̵ ... continue reading »
Regarding “Judge shuts down mega-mosque construction” – so I take it that these U.S. citizens ought to be denied the right to build a place of worship? Is that the implication of your juxtaposition of the local story with the advertisements of warnings of Muslim takeover?
Come clean, write news stories and write editorials. But don’t do them in the same breath.
My take-away from David Kupelian’s piece (“World’s most politically correct mass murderer”) is that America is teetering on a fulcrum. On the one side are Americans who can still think for themselves, who are guided by some sort of moral compass and who dislike attacks on the Constitution. On the other side are the legion of the clueless or disengaged, or those who believe whatever a modern-day Mao Zedong would tell them is true. That can explain why 40 percent of Americans surveyed still support a divisive and dangerous pathological liar as presi ... continue reading »
In his column, “So much Bible illiteracy!” Joseph Farah proves that he is the one who is biblically illiterate. He refers to “a persuasive case for a Wednesday Crucifixion with Yeshua rising from the tomb sometime on the Saturday Sabbath.” But the New Testament Scriptures plainly teach that Jesus was raised “on the third day” (Luke 9:22; 18:33; 24:7,46; cf. 1 Corinthians 15:3-4) from His crucifixion, which was “the first day of the week” or Sunday.
“Now when He rose early on the first day of the week, He appeared first to Mary Magd ... continue reading »
Do you not have the editing experience to know what the definition of the slang term “frickin’” is? Or did you know, and therefore deliberately and knowingly let this word be used IN THE TITLE of an article? ["Sharks with frickin' lasers actually true"] Either way, Mr. Farah certainly must fire you ASAP – either 1) for incompetence, or 2) for not sharing the values of a Christian news site.
A deeply offended reader,