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When pastors tweet nonsense

Writers write for all sorts of reasons, of course. I write to inform a generally small audience that will “get” what I’m selling. I remember thinking 20 years ago I could go to work for a major Christian ministry and be a cog in that wheel. But the thought sickened me. A decade ago, I […]

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Ben Franklin warned on seduction of political power

The Constitutional Convention was in a deadlock over how large and small states could be represented equally. Some delegates left. Then, on June 28, 1787, 81-year-old Benjamin Franklin spoke and shortly after, the U.S. Constitution became a reality. Franklin stated: “Groping as it were in the dark to find political truth, and scarce able to […]

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More evangelicals go along with ‘gay marriage’

Whether it indicates Republicans are giving in, giving up or just concealing their opinions for fear of being sued, a new poll shows that for the first time, Republicans now are evenly divided on the issue of same-sex marriage. A new the Pew Research Center survey found that two years after the Supreme Court decision that required states […]

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Arabs at U.N.: Israel at fault when Palestinians beat wives

Arabs at the United Nations have placed the blame for Palestinian men who beat their wives on Israel. in a statement so egregious it was immediately rebuked by a watchdog group. The outlandish claim came during a meeting of the U.N. Human Rights Council this month, when a report on violence against women was submitted, reported Palestinian […]

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Helen Keller: The woman who saw more than most

Helen Keller Helen Keller was born June 27, 1880. At the age of two she suffered an illness that left her blind and deaf. Her parents took her to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell who recommended the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston. It was there, at the age of 7, that Helen Keller was […]

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Look who’s inviting you to report ‘hate crimes’

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, an unindicted co-conspirator in a terror-financing plot, has launched a mobile phone app called “Making Democracy Work for Everyone” that enables Muslims to quickly and efficiently report “hate crimes.” CAIR, in a statement, called it “an important feature during a period of increased hate incidents targeting American Muslims and other […]

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This day in WND history: U.K. bans yet another media star

Pamela Geller U.K. bans yet another media star June 27, 2013: WND columnist Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, co-founders of Stop Islamization of America, were banned from entering the U.K. because, the government said, their presence “is not conducive to the public good.” Geller and Spencer were scheduled to speak in Woolwich June 29, 2013, at a […]

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Rainy daze: Is Noah’s Ark actually sinking?

Opening of Answers in Genesis’ Ark Encounter A couple of Internet postings in the past few days have attacked the Ark Encounter, the massive reproduction in Kentucky of the biblical Noah’s Ark, blasting it for failing as an enterprise, for taking tax money, for not doing enough for the local government, for making money, for not “helping […]

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