Comment by Jim Campbell
February 27th 2019
The party of the progressive/Democrat/Marxists has so clearly run off the rails on the third-trimester abortion issue that it’s time they change their logo from the hapless stubborn donkey to Murder Incorporated.
Seriously is their any difference between letting a new-born who could survive on its own or in a pediatric intensive care unit to be gunned down by the mob.
Democrats on this position are evil, they can’t give a logical reason for murdering the newborn, it’s time for President Trump to come out loud and clear with a resounding veto that the press cannot ignore.
To the left is an artist’s rendering of a third trimester baby.
Are you willing to pull the trigger?
Single issue progressive/socialist/Marxists are, the have absolutely no shame.
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Comment by Jim Campbell
February 27th, 2019
Will there ever be a more credible source than this that show Islam for what it is?
Why do Muslims Kill for Islam?
It would be easy to come up with the usual reasons, this book peels back the onion skin.
Muslims were not inherently bad, the became the murderous cult of death when Islam was started and the brainwashing followed.
The start of Islam is marked in the year 610, following the first revelation to the prophet Muhammad at the age of 40.
Muhammad and his followers spread the teachings of Islam throughout the Arabian peninsula.
Soon after the death of the prophet Muhammad, there were military expeditions, called “futuhat,” or literally “openings,” into what is now Egypt and other parts of North Africa.
In other parts of the world, Islam spread through trade and commerce.
The following is a brief…
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To truly grasp what Jesus did for us on the cross—and to be able to share the gospel effectively—it’s essential to have an accurate understanding of the terms we use to describe salvation.
Saved (Eph. 2:8). This is a synonym for rescued. Mankind needs rescuing because without Jesus, we are all destined for divine wrath, hell, and eternal separation from God.
Redeemed (Eph. 1:7). Redemption implies a transaction. Our salvation was purchased through the shedding of Jesus Christ’s blood.
Justified (Rom. 5:1). When someone trusts in Christ, God pardons that person and removes his or her guilt. A saved individual is in right standing with the Lord.
Reconciled (2 Corinthians 5:18-21). Salvation results in a relationship with God. We were once separated from Him, but now we are His sons and daughters, and He calls us His friends (John 15:15).
Using words like redemption, justification…
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Out of the mouth of babies and infants, you have established strength because of your foes. Psalm 8:2 esv
After watching ten-year-old Viola using a tree branch as a microphone to mimic a preacher, Michele decided to give Viola the opportunity to “preach” during a village outreach. Viola accepted. Michele, a missionary in South Sudan, wrote, “The crowd was enraptured. . . . A little girl who had been abandoned stood in authority before them as a daughter of the King of kings, powerfully sharing the reality of God’s Kingdom. Half the crowd came forward to receive Jesus” (Michele Perry, Love Has a Face).
The crowd that day hadn’t expected to hear a child preach. This incident brings to mind the phrase “out of the mouths of babes,” which comes from Psalm 8. David wrote, “Out of the mouth of babies and infants, you have established strength because of your foes”…
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Open Doors, a Christian mission concerned with exposing and confronting the persecution of Christians worldwide, has released its annual World Watch List for the period of October 31, 2017 to November 1, 2018, and it’s not good news for the followers of Jesus. Overall, the report concludes that at least 30 million more Christians faced persecution in 2018 than in 2017.
At least 4,136 Christians were killed in 2018 for reasons pertaining to their faith, an average of 11 per day. Over 1,200 churches or Christian buildings were attacked or destroyed. In all, Open Doors estimates that up to 245 million Christians are in danger of significant persecution worldwide.
According to the report, one in nine Christians in the world are likely to experience a high level of persecution. Should a Christian live somewhere in Asia, that number rises to one in three.
The Open Doors report lists the top…
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Comments by Jim Campbell
February 27, 2019
Lara Logan, and Sharyl Attkisson, along with FOX’s Jennifer Herrige are all women who go out into harms way and get their stories during the wars they cover, the aren’t waiting for them to drop from drop on their desks like gifts from Heaven.
Perhaps if journalist were to find work more fitting than their current position as purveyors of fantasy and delusions they might consider running for congress where their continual bullshit would likely go unnoticed.
Today’s media is filled with political activists who carry water for the progressive left in our country, that is not my opinion it’s factual.
BAGHDAD, IRAQ – NOVEMBER 17: Journalist Lara Logan of CBS News questions U.S. Soldiers in Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq November 17, 2006. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
Lara Logan, former correspondent for “60…
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This is a REPOST from 2015
“Drastic change, under certain conditions, creates a proclivity for fanatical attitudes, united action, and spectacular manifestations of flouting and defiance; it creates an atmosphere of revolution”, wrote Eric Hoffer in The Ordeal of Change. Hoffer continues, “we are usually told that revolutions are set in motion to realize radical changes. Actually, it is drastic change which sets the stage for revolution. The revolutionary mood and temper are generated by the irritations, difficulties, hungers, and frustrations inherent in the realization of drastic change.” Whether we like it or not, our country is in the latter stages of this drastic change as an atmosphere of revolution has been deliberately forced upon us just as it was in 1774.
Benjamin Franklin described this atmosphere in his satirical essay Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One. Franklin wrote this essay…
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