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CAIR Says It's Against Islamic 'Honor Violence,' but Don't You Dare Talk About It

MegynKelly The Muslim principle of taqqiya -- lying to unbelievers -- is well-known. There is also the principle of kitman, lying by omission. In addition, the Quran contains several examples in which Mohammed deceived enemies or in which Allah's deceitfulness is praised. Although Muslims are admonished to be truthful with each other, the Muslim tradition from […] Continue reading →

Godless Culture: The Center Cannot Hold

without god The Economic Collapse blog: “What Happens When Teachers, Delivery People And Fast Food Workers Don’t Care Anymore…?” One of the big problems in America today is that a lot of people simply do not seem to care about what they are doing anymore.  The level of sloth, laziness and apathy that we are witnessing in […] Continue reading →

Is Praying In Jesus Name Revolutionary?

prayer Carroll County (Maryland) Commissioner Robin Frazier opened up last Thursday morning’s Board of Commissioners budget meeting with a prayer containing references to Jesus Christ.  This is, of course, a perfectly normal and appropriate and legal thing to do. When Commissioner Frazier offered the prayer she was telling the truth and following the law. Now you’ve […] Continue reading →

Discipling A Nation

moses red sea Have you ever been frightened for your safety. Perhaps you parked your car in the city during daylight hours, only to return after dark. You walk down the street that seemed fine in the daylight, but at night there is a whole different sense. You look nervously over your shoulder concerned that this doesn’t seem […] Continue reading →

Educating Teens About Preventing Pregnancy by Promoting Drunken One-Night Stands?

shots obamacare We know by now what kind of self-destructive and anti-social behavior our government is promoting in the name of Obamacare. It is also going on through our “nonprofit sector” (i.e. that loose coalition of ruling class supporters that provide help to government as well as advocacy for government action—often with access to some government money). […] Continue reading →