A great column by Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post.I didn't realize that most law schools don't teach and are even hostile to The Federalist Papers. But many professors nowadays, and too many federal judges, believe the Constitution is a living document and has evolved. Therefore, why bother to read original documents since they have evolved into something else.
The Stupid Left hates America because it thinks America promotes evil, oppressive regimes around the world. The Satanic Left hates America because America gets in the way of the evil, oppressive regime that the Satanic Left promotes. The Stupid Left does not know that communism produces gulags. The Satanic Left supports communism precisely because it produces gulags and also because members of the Satanic Leftists presume they will be placed in charge of the gulags. (Glad the author didn't mince words.)
The editors demand “evidence” that heterosexual marriages will be harmed by the legalization of same-sex marriage, but this is an evasion. Legalizing same-sex marriage redefines marriage as an institution, leading to a fundamental redefinition of society. Opponents of same-sex marriage believe that such a redefinition, in itself, is a harm to the entire society.(Well, you can't really expect honesty from the New York Times.)
The Pentagon's civilian workforce, which expanded dramatically during President Obama’s first three years, is not facing any significant reductions even as the Defense Department is slashing ground troops by more than 10 percent, retiring ships and combat planes, and putting off the purchases of some new weapons. (Shouldn't it be the other way around. If we are reducing soldiers, we don't need more civilians at the Pentagon either.)
Hagin was the finest teacher of the 20th century. His books were amazing. He points out there are differnet types of prayer and if you confuse one with another, you won't get an answer. A extremely important book.
More than 140 people have been killed in Oakland this year.(Not much hope and change out there. This is another indication that the nation has societal and cultural problems that no national leader is addressing. Possibly the political correct culture in the media, politics and academia undercuts serious debate of such issues.)
The problem: those who lived on the Uruguayan side of the street would not accept the Gospel. None would. While on the Brazilian side, everyone took the tracts graciously. The revival ended exactly at the border. It turns out, says Law, that a group of Christians had specifically taken authority over Brazil -- binding the "prince" of that country but not Uruguay!
The Upper Penisula of Michigan is talking secession. (As a son of the South, I have sympathy for current secession movements but none for the 1861 exit from the Union. We should have just shot the slaveowners and spared the nation four years of horrible bloodshed.)
First-class “working dinners” are a way of life. In pending lawsuits, the Kopers say that Mr. Crouch, Mrs. Crouch and their son Matthew each ran up meal expenses of at least $300,000 per year. Mr. May, the TBN lawyer, said this was not accurate but did not offer other figures. If true, that does seem a bit excessive. (For the New York Times, which is no doubt gleeful about this, the story seems fair and down the middle. Paul and Jan Crouch have done incredible things for the Kingdom of God. So I'm withholding judgment. How many millions of people have they helped into the Kingdom of God. Then again, more than one ministry has slid into a fiscal ditch, or rather drove into a fiscal ditch in a string of multi-high priced luxury cars.