By Jim Campbell
January 3rd, 2019
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Apparently calling Muslims goat fuckers is in poor taste, even if it’s true.
Apparently, Zuckerberg, the one-trick pony doesn’t realize that I strive to do so.
Yep, that’s the first thing I think about before I get put in Zuck’s Facebook Prison.
It’s like getting front row tickets to the World Series and the Superbowl.
Go Dodgers! Go Rams!
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Comment by Jim Campbell
January 3rd, 2020
Could it be any more clear which side Pelosi and her ilk are on?
The Senate needs a Committee to investigate treason committed by members of Congress.
Pelosi would make a very logical first oneto be interrogated under oath.
January 3, 2020
WASHINGTON — On the orders of President Donald Trump, the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani, was killed in an airstrike at the Baghdad International airport Thursday.
Representative Eliot L. Engel and Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued the following statements, expressing outrage that Congress was not notified of the operation prior to the airstrike.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued this statement after the Trump Administration conducted a deadly airstrike targeting Iranians and Iraqis at the Baghdad International Airport:
“American leaders’ highest priority is to protect American lives and interests.
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Earlier this semester, I wrote an article about Christian comedian John Crist. I’ve been a big fan of Crist for basically his whole career, ever since I saw him opening for Tim Hawkins online and creating rather edgy satire of American Church culture on YouTube and Instagram. I probably can’t even count the times my family and I have said “check your heart” with his inflection, sometimes mockingly, sometimes genuinely.
Apparently, though, he knew how to call people out because he needed to be called out. In November, the truth came out about his numerous sexual sins against women, both physically and online, that he and his team have been covering up for years. I would do your own research — Charisma News has a thorough article — before reading my response, but it’s not necessary.
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I constantly remember you in my prayers. 2 Timothy 1:3
“Several years ago I was prompted to pray for you often, and I wonder why.”
That text message from an old friend came with a photo of a note she’d kept in her Bible: “Pray for James. Cover mind, thoughts, words.” Beside my name she’d recorded three separate years.
I looked at the years and caught my breath. I wrote back and asked what month she began to pray. She responded, “Sometime around July.”
That was the month I was preparing to leave home for extended study abroad. I would be facing an unfamiliar culture and language and have my faith challenged like never before. As I looked at the note, I realized I’d received the precious gift of generous prayer.
My friend’s kindness reminded me of another “prompting” to pray, Paul’s instruction to his young missionary friend Timothy: “I…
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No man shall be able to stand before you all the days of your life; as I was with Moses, so I will be with you. I will not leave you nor forsake you. Joshua 1:5
Beginnings are watershed moments: the beginning of a new career, life in a new city, starting college—even the beginning of a new day, hour, or minute. Every new beginning is a step of faith because we don’t know precisely what events will transpire. There could be trials and there could be triumphs. But there is one thing we do know: In Christ, God is with us always.
Some beginnings are bigger than others. When Joshua took over the leadership of Israel from Moses, the challenge was huge: Guide a couple million souls into the Promised Land of Canaan, get them settled in their apportioned areas, and keep the peace while worshiping God faithfully…
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Numerous people have asked my thoughts on Virginia. I’ll do a YouTube video on it over the weekend. For now, here are some thoughts. 1. In the 13 December Watch Report, I pointed out that Virginia politicians had done some backpedaling on the concept of gun confiscation. 11 more words