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9 days ago.
by Kozy62
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We need a Change...

Considering "Hope and Change have failed, we need to find our next President from those running against Mr Obama. Even liberal commentators, such as Maureen Dowd are turning against the President as they recognize his lack of ability...

 
 

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I remember that day like it was yesterday...maybe I'm to be the one who never forgets that...

On September 11 2001, 351 firefighters and EMTs and 60 police officers lost their lives trying to rescue victims of the World Trade Center attack. In all 2974 innocent people lost their lives.

I wonder what will be printed in a little more than two weeks...will it be politically correct?

I wonder!

Posted 9 days ago.

Is he the change we need?

NY TIMES:

COLUMBUS, Ohio — As the people of Ohio already know — and Republican voters elsewhere are just beginning to find out — Gov. John R. Kasich grew up in working-class McKees Rocks, Pa., the son of a postal worker and the grandson of a coal miner. His grandfather was so poor, Mr. Kasich recently told voters in New Hampshire, that he would bring home scraps of his lunch to share with his children.

“They would even be able to taste the coal mine in that lunch,” Mr. Kasich said. “Some of you can relate to that.”

As a congressman and as governor, Mr. Kasich has made hardscrabble stories of life in McKees Rocks a cornerstone of his political biography.

Posted 10 days ago.

We must change because...

Whether you like it or not, Illegal immigration and open borders have made voters increasingly angry because they reflect the growing lawlessness of society and the willingness of Republicans to capitulate to leftist identity politics. The sense that we are losing control of our own country, by the design of politicians, is creating a fury — and an opening for a politician willing to recognize that the problem poses an existential threat to our own freedoms. If Republicans consider Trump a danger to the Republican party in the 2016 general election, then they should start by feeling the people’s pain over illegal immigration, standing with the victims, and looking in the mirror — not at Donald Trump.

Posted 25 days ago.

What is happening right now with the Planned Parenthood videos is a “William Wilberforce moment” in our culture. Wilberforce was the Christian man who looked into his Bible, saw that racism and slavery were evil reverse-images of the gospel, and dedicated his life to accomplishing what seemed culturally and politically impossible in late-1700’s Great Britain: the abolition of the slave trade. In a decisive moment that now lives in history, Wilberforce once commanded the floor of British Parliament for over three hours doing nothing but reading gruesome horror-stories of the African slave trade to the men that politically protected its continuation and then concluded with this sentence…

“ “You may choose to look away, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

– William Wilberforce

Posted 34 days ago.

We Have to Change...

Franklin Graham: "Pray that we turn back to the Christian values this nation was founded upon." (Psalm 33:12)

Posted 34 days ago.

Let Them Debate!

It will be easy this year to identify the biggest losers in the GOP debates. They will be the candidates who aren’t on the stage.

With a record 17 candidates vying for the GOP nomination (so far), no system for determining admission to the debate stage will please everyone. But the GOP can certainly do better than the statistically unsound procedures announced by Fox and CNN. These rules will senselessly reward candidates like reality-TV star Donald Trump & punish serious, viable ones like Ohio Gov. Kasich.

To qualify for Fox’s August debate & CNN’s Sept. one, recent national polls must rank a Republican candidate in the top 10. Those who fail to make the cut will attend separate debates which will have a fraction of the viewership and a fraction of the potential payoff.

As polling experts of all ideological stripes have pointed out, the margin of error in surveys is so large that it is statistically impossible to determine the real top 10.

Posted 41 days ago.

Amos 5:13, seems a perfect fit for the times we live in. "Therefore, the prudent man keeps quiet in such times, for the times are evil, because a man may then be made an offender for a word." Choose your words with care, and carefully speak them. Make certain that whatever you say is prayerfully-covered and spoken with God's love. Believers, our battles, and they are many, are not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, the authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the dark places" (Ephesians 6:12). Sometimes we are not called to argue, but to intercede.

Posted 46 days ago.

Those who choose not to vote in elections and believe it absolves them of any responsibility for the outcome ignore in doing so the fact that the power of their vote is simply transferred to the others who do. Just as in so many other things in life, silence can grant equal consent...

Posted 50 days ago.

Thought for the day: If you've lived a life that only Jesus could redeem, then why turn away from the only one who can?

Why?

Posted 52 days ago.

Please, we need a change...

Oddly enough even cities, states, and Presidents must obey laws, which is why there should be an end to the so-called “sanctuary city’’ status of San Francisco and other liberal meccas. The awful, awful story of the murder of a young San Franciscan woman, out on the pier for a stroll with her dad, is bringing to light some of the absurd and unlawful practices this nation has and is allowing regarding illegal immigrants.

Only a federal court order is preventing Barack Obama from breaking the law and declaring legal even more illegals.

The mayor and council in San Francisco are complicit in the woman’s murder. Why? Because of their policy of not cooperating with federal law enforcement, or anyone else, when an illegal immigrant, including those with prior criminal convictions, is found in their midst.

Agree?

Posted 57 days ago.

Ravi Zacharias:

"America may not be a Christian nation per se, but only the Judeo-Christian worldview could have framed such a nation's ideas and values: "All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights." No other religion or secular assumption can affirm such a statement except the Judeo-Christian worldview. But today that very worldview, on which our systems of government and law are based, is expelled from the marketplace.

Democracies that are unhinged from all sacred moorings ultimately sink under the brute weight of conflicting egos. Freedom is destroyed not only by its retraction; it is also devastated by its abuse."

Posted 63 days ago.

Here's a list of the current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:

Chief Justice John Glover Roberts, Jr. is 60 (DOB: 27 January, 1955). Justice Antonin Gregory Scalia is 79 (DOB: 11 March, 1936). Justice Anthony McLeod Kennedy is 78 (DOB: 23 July, 1936). Justice Clarence Thomas is 67 (DOB: 23 June, 1948). Justice Ruth Joan Bader Ginsburg is 82 (DOB: 15 March, 1933). Justice Stephen Gerald Breyer is 76 (DOB: 14 August 1938). Justice Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr. is 65 (DOB: 1 April, 1950). Justice Sonia Sotomayor is 61 (DOB: 25 June, 1954). Justice Elena Kagan is 55 (DOB: 28 April, 1960).

Should there be a time to retire? We need a change...

Posted 63 days ago.

President Barack Obama wanted Congress to pass a variety of trade-related proposals, and he didn’t want to have to rely on Republican votes in order to see that happen. He lobbied his fellow Democrats in favor of trade, and he lobbied them hard. In the end, it wasn’t enough. On Friday, the president endured a stern censure from the very member of the party for whom he once served as a savior. Barack Obama’s presidency is all but over. It’s Hillary Clinton’s party now, but she does not seem inclined to lead it so much as to emerge as its supervisor by default and through a process of attrition. She is not in a hurry to rush that process, and there is no alternative Democratic leader waiting in the wings. Inadvertently, what House Democrats did on Friday was to decapitate their own party.

Posted 83 days ago.

From the New York Post...

Friday’s rotten news guaranteed that the top issue of the 2016 race for the White House will be the economy. The question is whether the Republicans can come up with a prescription that beats Hillary Clinton’s message of Obamanomics Lite.

We yield to no one in our contempt for President Obama’s (mis)management of foreign policy, a litany of woes in which Clinton is fully complicit. But that’s not going to be front-and-center in voters’ minds.

Friday’s numbers show that the US economy contracted in the year’s first quarter. If the second quarter winds up a bit worse than early estimates put it, then the nation’s officially back in recession.

Did they just say recession?

Posted 97 days ago.

Did you know this...

The war on coal is not just political rhetoric, or a paranoid fantasy concocted by rapacious polluters. It’s real and it’s relentless. Over the past five years, it has killed a coal-fired power plant every 10 days. It has quietly transformed the U.S. electric grid and the global climate debate.

The industry and its supporters use “war on coal” as shorthand for a ferocious assault by a hostile White House, but the real war on coal is not primarily an Obama war, or even a Washington war. It’s a guerrilla war. The front lines are not at the Environmental Protection Agency or the Supreme Court. If you want to see how the fossil fuel that once powered most of the country is being battered by enemy forces, you have to watch state and local hearings where utility commissions and other obscure governing bodies debate individual coal plants. You probably won’t find much drama. You’ll definitely find lawyers from the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign.

Posted 97 days ago.

It's time to demand the truth...

If Congress really wants to get to the bottom of Hillary Clinton’s missing Benghazi and pay-to-play emails, it should call her consigliere Cheryl D. Mills to testify — under oath, and under the klieg lights.

A hearing featuring Clinton will be a wasted show trial with a lot of political grandstanding.

But Mills, who served as the former secretary of state’s chief of staff and counselor, knows where the bodies are buried. After all, Hillary tasked her with “identifying and preserving all emails that could potentially be federal records.”

And, presumably, deleting.

Mills has a long track record of hiding Clinton documents.

Posted 109 days ago.

Good!

In the past five years, roughly a dozen states have enacted laws barring local governments from requiring businesses to provide paid sick leave to employees. The number of states banning local minimum wages has grown to 15. And while oil-rich states such as Texas and Oklahoma are pursuing bills banning local restrictions on drilling, other states where agriculture is big business have been banning local limitations on the types of seeds sown for crops.

It seems no issue is too small for businesses to take to capitol halls.

And, just why do cities believe they can take our freedoms away? It has to change!!!

Posted 109 days ago.

Those who claim (white) racism is the root cause of the rioting in Baltimore, or make excuses for the rioters, have much to answer for.

Democrats fan racism among blacks to keep their stranglehold on the black vote, argued radio talk show host Larry Elder, who is black. Tell people they are victims, and they’ll act like victims, he said.

Former Rep. Allen West, R-Fla, who is black, said “a culture of dependency as promulgated by the race baiters and new plantation overseers of the inner city” is chiefly to blame.

Failed liberal policies have “mired black people in generational poverty, kept their kids in failing schools, chronically unemployed, they can’t find meaningful work, having to live in crime-infested neighborhoods,” said Milwaukee County (Wisconsin) Sheriff David Clarke, a Democrat who is black.

To change things, all three pointed out, blacks must stop voting for the politicians and policies which have failed them.

Yep!

Posted 123 days ago.

Jack Kelly:

“The system” failed the poor blacks of west Baltimore, said many of the talking (and mostly empty) heads on cable TV. There’s some truth to that. Crime and unemployment are sky high. Schools are awful. Social service agency chieftains do more to promote their own welfare than that of the community.

Ms. Rawlings-Blake is a Democrat. So are all 15 members of the city council. Baltimore hasn’t had a Republican mayor since Theodore McKeldin left office in 1967. Maryland has had just two Republican governors since 1969. Democrats have controlled both houses of the legislature since 1992. “The system” that has failed poor blacks in Baltimore was designed and administered by Democrats.

Certainly, most major cities need to step back and see how they need to change!

Posted 123 days ago.

Celebrities backing Democrats:

RuPaul — The drag queen and host of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” tweeted a play on his own song lyrics, saying, “You betta work, @HillaryClinton!”

Posted 130 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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