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The Difference Between Trump and Romney

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Donald Trump dictates the debate terms.

Guys, Donald Trump sent out a tweet last week that pretty much summed up the difference between him and Mitt Romney. Donald Trump said, “The @GOP should not agree to the ridiculous debate terms that @CNBC is asking unless there is a major benefit to the party.” Read more

Car Seats for Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton, visibly angry that Donald Trump prevents free car seats.

Guys, I’m going to make a bold prediction right here. I predict car seats will become a topic of debate among Democrats vying for the presidential nomination.

Right now a lot of you are chortling. “Pfft! Car seats?!”

Yea, car seats. You know, like for babies. Well, it used to just be for babies. But now infants, toddlers, adolescents, preteens, and even short teenagers need to sit in booster seats while riding in the car. Read more

Pray to Obama on the National Day of Prayer

Obama, hear our prayer.

The Pope Resigned

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Loading instant coffee up into your mustache is the best way to wake.

Early Monday morning Ray Flynn was on the radio. I thought that maybe he had a new show on WBZ because he was talking for so long. About what I couldn’t tell. Until I dipped my mustache into my instant coffee. That’s really the key to caffeine absorption. Through the mustache. But anyways, after my alertness levels rose, I learned there was breaking news. The Pope resigned.

My first thought was, “Oh no. What if the new Pope doesn’t oppose Obama’s abortion and birth control mandates?”

What does that say about me? I don’t know. But yes, I did think that. You know what I preach. There are three great follies that afflict America. (Actually there are four.) One of them is birth control. And abortion goes way beyond folly into the realms of evil.

The Catholic Church remains an ardent supporter of life and family. It’s sad to say, but Obamacare targets the faith of Catholics, as if he’s categorically against religious beliefs. He demands that Catholic institutions pay for abortion measures. Our president betrayed Catholics who supported him. But what do you expect? The Bible asks, “Can a man scoop fire into his lap and not get burned?” (Bible, Proverbs 6:27)

So I hope the new Pope doesn’t give into liberal ideologies. Because many of America’s leaders still respect the positions of the Catholic Church. It would be a shame if they lost even a bit of vigilance standing up for the rights of the unborn.

I’m not Catholic, yet I’m fascinated by how everyone thinks he can chime in on who should be the next Pope and what his positions should be. It’s the business of religion to tell you how to live, not your business to dictate the tenants of a religion.

So many people are like, “Yea, I’m Catholic, but I think women should be ordained.”

Okay, then start your own religion where women are ordained and call it the Caffolic church. But once you do, BOOM, it’s not Catholic anymore. So you’ve defeated your whole purpose.

Returning again to the subject of conscience and Obamacare, I ask a burning question. Why is only the Catholic Church allowed to protest Obamacare? That’s the way the story is framed in public debate. The media asks how the Catholic Church can meet the provisions without violating its conscience. But each and every one of us has a conscience even if we’re not a religious organization. How come we each don’t get to protest the Obamacare provisions? Can’t a corporation protest the evil of Obamacare too?

I’ll answer my own burning question, if you don’t mind.

The Godless liberals framed the debate in this way as the final step in eliminating God from America. America used to teach about God in public schools. God was the centerpiece of public life. But you know the story, some vague notion of “separation of church and state” became the reason to remove God from public institutions. God then was relegated to private life.

This Obamacare debate further displaces God out of private life and exclusively into official religious organizations. No longer can individuals or business owners even debate evils such as abortion. Only churches can.

Don’t believe me? Ask Hobby Lobby.

The Catholic Church is not the only religious organization opposed to abortion. But it’s the largest and most organized. In its history, it’s notorious for political maneuvers. By uniquely targeting the Catholic Church, Obama and the Godless Democrats hope to destroy religion and remove God from American life completely.

Uncap and Trade

I am not against birth control. I just think that it should be taxed to the point where you can go bankrupt for using it.
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Three Great Follies of Christian America (actually four)

There are three great follies afflicting Christian America. Actually, there are four.

The first folly: health food. Or as I call it, ” ‘health’ ‘food’ “. Because it isn’t healthy, and it isn’t food. The margarine is always worse than the butter. And yet here we are banning butter, and dictating that we all need to eat margarine.

The second folly: green technologies. The thing about green technologies is that they’re not totally organic. There’s a lot of iron-y in them. Green technologies pollute more than brown technologies.

The third folly: birth control. I know you don’t want to hear this. Every human being agrees that the biggest problem on this planet is human beings. And human beings’ solution to the problem of human beings is for there to be fewer human beings. This is folly. It is not God’s wisdom. This is human being wisdom. God’s solution is to redeem human beings. You can have as many human beings as you want to have. God can redeem them through the sacrifice of His Son Jesus. There’s wisdom.

The fourth folly: I’m not going to reveal yet. I will reveal it later depending on how these first three follies are regarded.

Doing God’s Will God’s Way

Joshua fit the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbling down.

Those are the lyrics to a Negro spiritual. People ask, “What does it mean, Joshua ‘fit?'”  You must not understand ebonics. I know someone who knows ebonics, and he told me that “fit” is the past tense of “fight”. Or, as we say in Ivoryonics, Read more