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The American Atheists organization has trotted out its anti-Christmas — actually anti-God — billboards again: “Go Ahead and Skip Church! Just be Good for Goodness’ Sake. Happy Holidays!” There’s so much that’s bad about this that I don’t know where to begin. First, the use of “Happy Holidays.” A holiday is a “holy day.” That’s …

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Not only is Whoppi Goldberg the resident Bible scholar on “The View,” but it seems she’s also the resident historian. She declared on “The View” that “Hitler was a Christian.” He was a Christian in the same way that Judas was a follower of Jesus. The apostle John describes people like Hitler who had a Christian …

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The Muslim Brotherhood was founded by a true Islamist radical named Hassan al-Banna in the 1920s. His hatred for the West grew during the British colonial period in Egypt. But he wasn’t just a rabid anti-colonialist. His dream was that of a new worldwide Caliphate, where Islam would dominate the planet. Sound familiar? He became a …

Saline abortion

“If abortion is about women’s rights, then what were mine?” Gianna Jessen asked a  House Judiciary Committee that question . . . — and with good reason. Thirty-eight years ago, Jessen miraculously survived a saline abortion. [On September 9, 2015], she told her remarkable story to a House Judiciary Committee investigating Planned Parenthood’s practice of harvesting and selling the body parts of …

Hitler and Volksvagen

The following is from Mediate.com: “During Fox News’ live coverage of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ release from prison, anchor Shepard Smith suddenly spoke over the press conference to chastise Davis and those who supported her decision to refuse to issue gay marriage licenses. “‘They set this up as a religious play again,’ he said. ‘This is the same …

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Like today, many clergymen opposed to taking a public and resistant stand to unjust laws. They feared the consequences. They might lose church members. The government might close the doors of their churches. Their tax-exempt status might be revoked. In addition to these practical issues, many pastors argued from a biblical perspective that any resistance to …

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Ministers Taking a Stand, led by president Bishop E.W. Jackson sent a letter last week to Kim Sajet, director of the National Portrait Gallery, asking for the removal of Sanger’s likeness “from all National Portrait Gallery exhibits.” The letter stated in part: Perhaps the Gallery is unaware that Ms. Sanger supported black eugenics, a racist …

Rivera and Gutman

During a heated exchange on Fox’s “The Five” about the Planned Parenthood videos, “liberal co-host Geraldo Rivera suggested to fellow co-host Greg Gutfeld that aborted babies should made into ‘dog food.’” He went on to say that he wants “a cure” for various diseases using aborted unborn baby body parts. Gutfeld took Rivera to task …

Hitler playing_cards

I generally like the writings of P. J. O’Rourke. One of my favorites is, “When you think of the good old days, think ‘dentistry.’” Can you imagine dentistry before the advent of precision medical devices and anesthetics, not just for dentistry but for all invasive medical procedures? “The greatest invention of the modern world is …

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In the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) there is a minor background character — the Greek grandmother, affectionately called “Yiya.” The only word you can understand her saying is “Turk.” She lives with her son’s family. She wanders the neighborhood looking for “Turks,” having lived through the Greco-Turkish War of 1919–1922. Toula, one …

Louder With Crowder_Hitler

One way to beat liberals at their own game is to force them to live consistently with their operating assumptions. It’s called forcing the antithesis. Sometimes it’s necessary to make a point in a radical way since some people just can’t get it. The following is from Steven Crowder, and it’s a classic: “Listen, here …

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NBC’s Chuck Todd asked Dr. Ben Carson the following question: “You’re a famed neurosurgeon, the best — some say — the best pediatric neurosurgeon living in the world today. You’re a man of deep faith. Explain how science and religion, in your mind, co-exist.” Chuck Todd should be asking how atheists can do science without …