LGBT activists are exposing the hate-driven intolerance of liberals and disgusting the majority of Americans.
My hero is Justice Louis Brandeis, who said the right to be left alone is the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by a free people. LGBT activists reject this right and target people and businesses who, for moral or religious reasons, disagree with the gay lifestyle. Their bullying and spitefulness are not much different in spirit from the barbarism of “convert or die.”
I am gay and always have been, and I respect the right of others to disagree. If I asked a baker to bake a cake for a g ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah, regarding "Obama and Joel Osteen":] I personally met Joel and watch him and his whole family on TV every week, and more on YouTube each day practically – and I believe he is a good man who does give us hope; plus he is spiritually fit and living right.
I’m noticing many attacks on Joel and his family lately, and I feel it’s because most people cannot handle his success and like you are jealous of him and his family. Instead of nitpicking everything that family does, why not see all the good he is doing all over the world?
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It’s amazing how fast the major media trump up an outrage on a subject they deem worthy of their attention. Obama helped ISIS and wanted to bomb Assad, too. Now he bombs ISIS and sends the military back to Iraq and maybe on to Syria. Something doesn’t smell right.
The bottom line is I don’t trust this administration, or the reactionary elitist-war-drum-pounding-neocon types of John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Hillary Clinton and their media surrogates!
Can she do a clip every day? Can she be cloned?
Seriously, cute schtick, good points, humor and sarcasm – what’s not to like?
Hello, Mr. Farah.
I think it is really simple ["Corrective open memo to Avlon's Beast machine"]. Rush talks about how he knows who the enemy is afraid of by whom they attack.
You must be doing good and shining the light on them.
I’ve been reading WND since 1999. Keep up the good job.
John in Montana
I noticed the advertising for the new book by Jonathan Cahn about the Shemitah. The words began “Holy Shemitah!” May I be permitted to suggest that the word “holy” should not necessarily be used in advertising. To me using this word in advertising lowers its significance.
The word “holy” was chosen by God to name His Spirit, and to use the word even in a friendly way in advertising demeans the word and the connotation of what it stands for. Once the holy presence of God has been experienced, holy cannot be taken l ... continue reading »