Wouldn’t a Second Political Party Be Nice, Franklin Graham?

With Republicans in control of both the House and Senate, the expectancy of civilized, ethical Americans was that Congress would eliminate funding for the abominable child-murdering organization Planned Parenthood in 2016. Some members in the GOP threatened to shut down the government if that wasn’t done. Rather than shutting off the unconstitutional spigot of federal funding to a private sector organization that sells infant baby parts to the highest bidder, Planned Parenthood was given Read more […]

Franklin Graham Calls for Completely Closing the Border to Islam

The position of Franklin Graham is simply not rational or conservative. This post from Franklin Graham came across my Facebook feed, and I’m pretty appalled by it. Four innocent Marines (United States Marine Corps) killed and three others wounded in ‪#‎Chattanooga yesterday including a policeman and another Marine—all by a radical Muslim whose family was allowed to immigrate to this country from Kuwait. We are under attack by Muslims at home and abroad. We should stop all immigration Read more […]

Franklin Graham Compares Jesus and Muhammad

If you look at Jesus and Muhammad, the correct use for the President’s “Death Cult” label becomes obvious. Talk about inconvenient truth! From CNS News: “Rev. Graham to Obama: Unlike Christ, Mohammad ‘Killed Many Innocent People’ – His ‘True Followers’ Emulate Him.” In response to President Barack Obama drawing a parallel between the barbaric acts of the Islamic State today with actions by Christians during the Crusades, which ended 700 years ago, evangelist Franklin Graham Read more […]

Romney gets Graham approval

On Thursday, October 11, Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, met with Rev. Billy Graham in his mountaintop home in Asheville, North Carolina. In so doing, Romney was able to check a crucial public relations event off his campaign agenda. For the last fifty years or more, acquiring an audience—and an endorsement—from Billy Graham has been a nearly mandatory step for any candidate hoping to court evangelicals for their votes. In an interesting twist of the intermingling of church Read more […]