Dear Mr. Farah;
You ask a question at the end of your column: Is the 911 National Day of Prayer and Fasting political?
Only in the vivid, warped and distorted imaginations of people with their own political agenda.
I don’t believe that this is the complete answer to that question or the intent of the people involved in the attempted suppression of the event. I think the biggest reason people as so against it is simply because they are not believers and they have a guilt complex from that. They know deep down that they are wrong, and they have to make everyo ... continue reading »
I would like to know from Gen. Boykin, whom I served with in Delta Force, when the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and freedom of religion were taken from our soldiers, especially when all soldiers, regardless of rank, are required to take an oath to up hold the Constitution ["Open hostility to Christians in U.S. military"]. That applies to the commander in chief, whom I believe should be impeached simply for willful violation of the Constitution.
I agree with Matt Barber ["NBA's Jason Collins: 'Gay' superhero!"]. Being gay is not a big deal; it is a normal part of human existence and deserves no special praise. Christians who believe the silly parts of the Bible, like the umpteen abominations for everything from pride, to shellfish eating, to mixing fabrics, to sex during menstruation, will finally grow up like Matt and recognize it is no more scary than being left-handed or using a mirror (both sins a few hundred years ago due to Christian ignorance). I applaud Matt’s progressive stance that being gay is not that notab ... continue reading »
I still have the New Testament that was issued to me upon entering the U.S. Army 69 years ago. I never dreamed I would see such an anti-American, anti-Christian government as we now see.
On the first page inside the New Testament was a message from FDR. The message is:
“To the members of the Army:
“As Commander in Chief I take pleasure in commending the reading of the Bible to all who serve in the armed forces of the United States. Throughout the centuries men of many faiths and diverse origins have found in the Sacred Book words of wisdom, counsel and inspiration. It is a fountain of strength and now, as a ... continue reading »
To check federal power-lust, the founders crafted the U.S. Senate as the representative body of the states. Senators were originally elected by state legislatures, not by popular vote as mandated by the 17th amendment, ratified in 1913. There’s been an unchecked accrual of power by the federal government since that fateful year.
Kansas just criminalized the enforcement of federal gun controls. In quick response, Attorney General Eric Holder – flaming leftist radical from Columbia, voting-fraud facilitator, Fast and Furious co-conspirator and arb ... continue reading »
Why did Jason Collins date and get engaged if he was gay? I don’t get that. I am straight, and I never felt the urge to date a guy; that doesn’t make sense. If he had relations with a woman, then isn’t he bi and not gay? You couldn’t put a shotgun to my head and get me to have relations with a guy – I am straight. A lot of gays have tried the opposite sex, but how many straights do?
There is something about being homosexual that makes it NOT the opposite of heterosexual.