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  • Obama EPA Illegally Hands Over Info on Livestock Producers to Extremist Animal Rights Groups

    03/23/2013 11:38:00 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 14 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | March 23, 2013 | Jim Hoft
    When the Obama EPA is not spying on cattle and pork ranches with drones, theyíre illegally releasing information on livestock producers to far left extremist groups. The National Cattlemenís Beef Association and the National Pork Producers are furious after the Obama Environmental Protection Agency illegally gave information on livestock farmers to extremist animal rights groups. Farm Futures reported: NCBA and the National Pork Producers Council are both furious with EPA for handing extremist groups illegally gathered data on farmers who operate confined animal feeding operations. NCBA said early this week it was notified by the EPA that the agency had...
  • Ron Paulís Soros Defense Plan

    01/02/2012 8:38:41 AM PST · by mnehring · 89 replies
    It was recently observed that Ron Paul was to the left of Obama on national security and the best evidence for that statement can be found when one year ago Ron Paul joined forces with Barney Frank‚Äč on a proposal to gut national defense via a panel of experts, quite a few of whom were tied to George Soros‚Äč. In July 2010, Barney Frank and Ron Paul co-authored a Huffington Post article rolling out their Sustainable Defense Task Force. The Task Force ¬ďconsisting of experts on military expenditures that span the ideological spectrum¬Ē would recommend a trillion dollars in defense...
  • No. 3 reactor block of the Kola Nuclear Power Plant was shut down

    09/28/2010 6:35:52 PM PDT · by The Comedian · 14 replies
    The No. 3 reactor block of the embattled Kola Nuclear Power Plant was shut down today by its automatic switch off in what is a seeming series of more and more incidents at the Kola, and well as other Russian NPPs. In a release on Kola NPPís website, operators said that, ďat 1:38 am on September 28, the automatic protection switch of the No. 3 reactor block shut the unit down as a result of a malfunction in one of the elements in the system responsible for pressure control in the first compartment. The reason for the malfunction is being...
  • Huckabee warns Republicans on Nobel reaction

    10/09/2009 9:39:36 AM PDT · by Ballygrl · 106 replies · 3,566+ views
    CNN ^ | 10/09/09 | Alexander Mooney
    Huckabee warns Republicans on Nobel reaction Posted: October 9th, 2009 12:20 PM ET From CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney (CNN) Ė Mike Huckabee is advising his fellow Republicans to temper their criticism of President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize award. In a posting on his blog, the former GOP presidential candidate writes that members of his party must be careful their comments don't sound like "right-wing whining." "There will be an outcry from those on the right who will say that Obama's nomination, made two weeks into his presidency, is impossible to justify, but I think such an outcry will...
  • BREAKING: Obama to be new Jack Bauer on '24'.

    10/09/2009 10:47:24 AM PDT · by rintense · 5 replies · 229+ views
    10/9/09 | rintense
    In a stunning move, Fox has announced it is replacing Kiefer Sutherlund of Jack Bauer fame with President Barack Hussein Obama. Sources say the show will be 'restyled' for the world we live in today, and the title changed to '57', the number of states the new Jack Bauer will try to protect.'We're excited with this new direction,' said a show insider who asked not to be named, '24 was already headed down this road anyway. Obama has shown that he is a man of peace, though we really only gave him this role because we hope he'll do well.'...
  • (Anglican) Bishop: Christians don't go to heaven

    02/10/2008 1:46:46 PM PST · by wagglebee · 97 replies · 149+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 2/10/08 | WorldNetDaily
    A bishop described as "one of the most formidable figures in the world of Christian thought" is now challenging the widely held belief that Christians go to heaven when they die. N.T. "Tom" Wright, the fourth most senior cleric in the Church of England who has been praised for his staunch defense of the literal resurrection of Jesus Christ, has published a new book in which he says people do not ascend to God's dwelling place. Instead, God will be coming back to Earth. "Never at any point do the Gospels or Paul say Jesus has been raised, therefore we...
  • Christians Wrong About Heaven

    02/08/2008 7:25:41 PM PST · by 49th · 102 replies · 207+ views
    Time ^ | February 7, 2008 | David Van Biema
    "Tom" Wright is one of the most formidable figures in the world of Christian thought. As Bishop of Durham, he is the fourth most senior cleric in the Church of England and a major player in the strife-riven global Anglican Communion; as a much-read theologian and Biblical scholar he has taught at Cambridge and is a hero to conservative Christians worldwide for his 2003 book The Resurrection of the Son of God, which argued forcefully for a literal interpretation of that event. TIME: At one point you call the common view of heaven a "distortion and serious diminution of Christian...
  • Military Recruiting: Fool WaPo Twice, Shame on Them

    01/25/2008 8:50:13 AM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 12 replies · 168+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Last year, the Washington Post let itself be so badly misled by a "study" on military recruiting from a far-left think tank that WaPo ombudsman Deborah Powell felt obliged to write a lengthy column about the matter, diplomatically taking her paper to task for failing to "tell the full story." So when the same think tank came out with another recruiting study this year, surely WaPo would take it with a large grain of salt, right? Think again.
  • The New Perspective of N. T. Wright on the Doctrine of Justification

    01/10/2008 10:05:54 AM PST · by Gamecock · 10 replies · 31+ views
    The Grebe Corner ^ | August 2002 | David H. Linden
    It is apparent that there is a difference of view within the United Reformed Church in North America on questions related to justification. This brief paper is not a review of what is being taught by URC men. It is to show how the interpretation of Scripture by N. T. Wright, a British New Testament scholar, will influence us if his viewpoint is accepted. His writings are read avidly by some ministers; there is considerable fascination with him. It would be good to know how much agreement there is with him. Wright’s doctrine bears directly on the gospel i ,...
  • Laytonís anti-bank campaign ridiculous (commie 'financial expertise' alert!)

    01/30/2007 12:48:10 PM PST · by GMMAC · 8 replies · 384+ views
    Winnipeg Sun - Canada ^ | Tuesday, January 30, 2007 | Tom Brodbeck
    Laytonís anti-bank campaign ridiculous By TOM BRODBECK Winnipeg Sun Tuesday, January 30, 2007 Federal NDP Leader Jack Layton must be running out of ideas on how to make his struggling party more relevant to average Canadians. How else to explain his most recent harebrained idea of banning banks from charging ATM fees for withdrawals? For starters, banks donít normally charge customers fees for withdrawing money from their own accounts. They never have. So I donít know what Layton is talking about. If you are being charged, you should change banks. Iíve had a bank card for more than 20...
  • Love the soldiers? Love the soldiering (the left's 'we support the troops' hypocrisy nicely called)

    09/04/2006 6:04:35 PM PDT · by GMMAC · 17 replies · 2,192+ views
    The Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) ^ | Monday, September 4, 2006 | Christie Blatchford
    Love the soldiers? Love the soldiering CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD Toronto Globe and Mail Monday, September 4, 2006 I covered Jack Layton during the last federal election. I like him. I know him not to be a stupid man, and he's certainly fun. We exchanged iPods on the campaign plane one day. I used to joke and call myself his unofficial publicist, so shamelessly affectionate were the pieces I filed from my time on his tour. I saw him on CBC Newsworld yesterday afternoon and if I could have, I would have reached into my television set and grabbed him by...