When a religion moves from the spiritual world to the political world, it becomes a cancer eating at the body and soul of the nation it occupies. America’s Evangelical-Fundamentalist Christians, who are now trying to impose their version of the … Continue reading
Posted in Religion, U.S.A.
Tagged abortion, Bible, Bruce Waltke, Christian Life, Christianity, Christianity Today, CNN, Dallas Theological Seminary, Evangelical Christians, Fundamentalist Christians, Fundamentalistsm, Jerry Falwell, Jonathan Dudley, Richard Mourdock, Right to Life, Southern Baptist Convention, Todd Akin
Once again, an old white man proves that America’s Right Wing is the breeding ground for racists. From a report by Jack Beauchamp at ThinkProgress: “A top conservative publication published a column on Wednesday advising young white children to stay … Continue reading
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Tagged African Americans, Barack Obama, John Derbyshire, Kathleen Parker, National Review, racism, Richard Cohen, Ta-Nehisi Coates, ThinkProgress, Victor Davis Hanson, Zack Beauchamp
Once again, America’s Republicans and TeaBirchers prove that they are either sociopaths, who want to squash the lives of 99% of the American people, or are utterly insane. Kevin Drum, at Mother Jones, reports: “A few weeks ago, Republicans unveiled … Continue reading
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Tagged Barack Obama, Ed Kilgore, Food Stamps, GOP, Kevin Drum, Medicaid, Medicare, Mother Jones, Obamacare, Republican Party, SNAP, Tea Party
Limbaugh, Hannity, Bill-O and other right-wing white-grievance mongers are stoking racial tension for cash Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh (Credit: AP/Jim Cooper/Julie Smith) [From, an article by Joan Walsh on Salon] I was in Ireland when President Obama made his surprise … Continue reading
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Tagged African Americans, Barack Obama, Bill O’Reilly, Dana Perino, George Zimmerman, Joan Walsh, race hustlers, Rush Limbaugh, Salon, Sean Hannity, Trayvon Martin
Americans tout the blessings inherent with living in a nation founded on equality that fosters individuality they argue is the antipathy of being in a place where one lives under the power or authority of others. In fact, the Declaration … Continue reading
Reprinted fron “Revolution MacInnes” with thanks. His words are succint and very thought provoking. “We have reached crossroads in America. The era of post white America has begun, white deaths now exceed births, but we have a great many things … Continue reading