Randall Terry Teaches How To Destroy Koran

Tuesday, September 28, 2010 1:11 AM Comments (35)

How is this helping? I hate to see this. Randall Terry, the former head of Operation Rescue whose primary talent of late seems to be snaring headlines, has just released a video instructing people how to destroy a Koran and gets lots o’ press while doing it.

Now normally if I reference a video I’d just post it but there’s no way I want it on this site.

He says: “To my fellow Tea Party activists, listen to me: you’re about to see instructions on how to get into real battles, not just in front of our computers, not just blogging, but to go to the public square like Samuel Adams and like other great patriots did…The truth of the matter is, if you just do this, with a bold and stout heart,...READ MORE

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Bigots Of The World, Unite!

Sunday, September 26, 2010 10:41 PM Comments (12)

Four Christian Missionaries, laughably arrested and charged with inciting a riot at a Dearborn Muslim festival, have been acquitted by a jury.  One of the missionaries was found guilty of failure to obey a police officer’s order

The missionaries videotaped the entire incident and posted it on Youtube.  To charge these four with inciting a riot is like charging Rowan Williams with orthodoxy, the charge will never stick.

The four missionaries, from a group called Acts 17 Apologetics specifically proselytizes Muslims, this is the real reason they were arrested that day.  To proselytize a Muslim is to suggest that the Muslim may be wrong and that is all the evidence of bigotry some people...READ MORE

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Congressman Endorses Indoctrination and Population Control

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 11:56 PM Comments (11)

If I were to say to you that the government was indoctrinating our children in population control many would probably say Matt’s been taking his conspiracy theory pills again. But what would you say if a Democratic congressman actually said that he’d like to see children indoctrinated in population control.

CNS reports:

Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) told CNSNews.com at a “Sustainability Education Summit” hosted by the U.S. Education Department on Tuesday that environmental education in schools can “promote the agenda” of climate change and population growth through the influence it has on children.

“Like I keep saying over and over again, if you get young people invested in those ideas early...READ MORE

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Witches Brew

Tuesday, September 21, 2010 9:41 AM Comments (16)

As you have probably heard, Christine O’Donnell won the Republican primary in Delaware for the Senate seat.  The story for the first few days after her victory was about how establishment Republicans have it out for her (they do).

But now professional leftist loudmouth Bill Maher has tried to undercut and embarrass the candidate by releasing a video of her back in the 90’s talking about some tenuous connection she had with witchcraft in high school.  High school.

Now of course, such things are never to be dabbled in, no matter what your age.  But Maher is not concerned for her soul; he does not believe she has a soul.  Rather, Maher seeks to embarrass her and maybe disqualify her in the...READ MORE

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A Pro-Life Victory at Nation's Most Infamous Abortion Clinic?

Monday, September 20, 2010 12:55 AM Comments (15)

From the grotesque and offensive window displays including rubber chickens hanging from a crucifix, a nun in a coffin, and a Jesus statue making an offensive gesture, to the blasting radio attempting to drown out pro-lifers, to the clinic’s owner brandishing a chainsaw the abortion clinic in Rockford Illinois is rightly one of the most infamous clinics in the country.

Now, in what has to be one of the clearest “the world is upside down” stories, police in Rockford, Ill., threatened to arrest the drivers of an ultrasound truck outside of an abortion clinic for offering free ultrasounds.

This was especially surprising (if anything can be surprising in Rockford at this point) because Kevin...READ MORE

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The Rise Of The True Believer

Thursday, September 16, 2010 2:38 AM Comments (30)

What is one to make of all the hubbub this Republican primary season?  Most of the talk has centered around the tea party, Sarah Palin, Republicans in name only (RINOs), and the reaction of the Republican establishment.  Well, there is much to talk about.

The Republican establishment has clearly been shocked by the rapid ascension and influence of the tea-party and more general tea-party sentiment during the primary season.  And rank and file conservatives new to the political process have been shocked at the unfriendly welcome they have received in Republican circles.

For a long time the mantra has been that for the Republican party to succeed, the party needs to engage and motivate the...READ MORE

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Ignore Your Conscience and Vote?

Tuesday, September 14, 2010 12:54 AM Comments (22)

Should pro-lifers ignore social issues in this upcoming election?

Some GOP officials like Governors Mitch Daniels and Haley Barbour are urging pro-lifers and traditional marriage advocates to take a seat on the bench and hush their mouths so the Republican Party can focus on economic issues.

A smart political play? Maybe. But here’s the thing. I’m not smart, OK? I’m no great political strategist. I’m not James Carville or Karl Rove. I’m just a voter and I’m done trying to be smart. I mean it. I’m done. I’m done playing the angles and reading the polls. I’m voting my conscience. Every time. And it drives me crazy to hear people telling me to vote with my head and not my heart. It drives me...READ MORE

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I Choose Intolerance!

Monday, September 13, 2010 9:21 AM Comments (11)

We must respect all religions, mustn’t we?

Instead of burning Qurans, I have heartburn.  Out of California (where else?)

As 18 doves flew into the skies over the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament Saturday night, more than 100 diverse Sacramentans blessed copies of the Quran with roses of love.

Again and again they uttered the refrain, “Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me” at the entrance to the downtown church framed by white statues of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. A musician with a white guitar accompanied them.

Representatives of Jewish, Catholic, Protestant, B’hai, Mormon, Sikh, Vedic Druid and Muslim beliefs read scriptures from the great religious texts - including six...READ MORE

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Matt Archbold graduated from Saint Joseph's University in 1995. He is a former journalist who left the newspaper business to raise his five children. He writes for the Creative Minority Report.

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