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Countless souls have made the spectral walk to the gallows, heard the dusty rasp of deaths mournful eulogy whispered odiously from his pale throat, dead man walking.
A picture isnt always worth a thousand words and a smart phone video can actually be less descriptive of reality than a surrealist landscape.
If you went looking for the Apostle Paul an aeon ago, you might expect to find him mumbling platitudes in a dusty monastery, fumbling beads in some inane act of farcical devotion, locked for all time in a dingy prayer closet lit only by the nimbus of sainthood; or maybe, having assumed a vow of poverty, laboring in full time Christian service, whatever that meansin practical obscurity.
What Indianas Religious Freedom Restoration Act does is bring governance back into parity with the original and plainly communicated intent of the framers of the Constitution. It prevents the tyranny of the special interest and provides a bulwark for everyone who cares deeply about their faith.
The Civil Rights movement, begun by serious and thoughtful people to address racism and bigotry, is now a staggering monstrosity, bastardized by radicals, revolutionaries, the greedy, and the depraved.
Racism in America is on life support. After generations of legitimate struggle by serious people, racism as a systemic component is as illusory as a pink elephant.
At Planet Fitness anyone can be anything they imagine themselves to be. Its a three ring circus of maniacal, liberal democracy.
What Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu didnt say during his speech before Congress last Tuesday was profound.
Striding to the podium with a mysterious, camouflage utility bag slung over his shoulder, Phil Robertson, the Duck Commander, took possession of the Potomac Ballroom stage on Friday and those within earshot of his reverberating voice.
Liberals are very fond of trying to conflate the teachings of the Bible with those of the Quran. It is an attempt to destroy the foundations of our liberty by indicting Christianity with the atrocities of Islam.
These "gun free zones" are bloody laboratories where the mad science of Liberalism experiments with human nature, unfettering the beastly aspects of mankind to prey on the veritable white mice of societys weak, incoherent, and unprepared.
Believe it or not, God takes sides. He is in no sense passive but throughout the history of man has shown Himself active in peace and in war. Though liberal hypocrites like Michael Moore slander snipers as murderers and invoke the name of Christ in their propaganda, God is, in fact, the author of one shot, one kill.
We are all in the crosshairs of Sharia. And, anyone who hates the tyranny of Islamic terrorism may passionately declare, Je suis Charlie. But, ultimately, Charlie Hebdo was a victim of its own politics.
The heroic is fundamentally important to Americans.
Liberalism is always anti-cop.
All lives don't really matter. Just ask a Hollywood star like Gwyneth Paltrow. She'll quickly remind you of your insignificance.
Manly statements like Washingtons shock the conscience of pajama boy liberals who are only likely to hear the whistle of steamed milk.
The CIA's enhanced interrogation program was a tease in comparison to the prehistoric barbarity of Islamic jihadists and in comparison to the horrors of actual battle.
Obama and his minions hope to make scapegoats out of cops when the real and much harder issue in Ferguson concerns the character of black america, with the epidemic of single parent homes, and with the glorification of thug culture in music, art, and movies. Ferguson is about the failure of Barack Obama and massive unemployment among young black Americans. Ferguson is about Holder's cowardice and refusal to identify Browns criminality as the proximate cause of his own death. And, Ferguson is about the avarice of Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson who always seem to show up just in time to collect a heavy purse of blood stained coins.
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