NEW YORK, May 7, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Joe Biden’s National Day of Prayer address:
President Biden raised more than eyebrows when he omitted any mention of God in his National Day of Prayer proclamation. What he did was unprecedented: No previous president has failed to mention God since the day it was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of Congress and signed into law by President Harry Truman…
Y’all know, well most do that as an ex-mate, Prison Chaplain and Constitutionalist I am all for law and order. I am also a strong advocate to lower the recidivism rate in the nation. So anytime we treat inmates and especially those pending convictions, even with “good intentions” (think Covid protections), inhumanly we are encouraging criminal and anti-social behavior.
D.C. jail treatment of Capitol riot defendants draws bipartisan outrage
“It was a well-thought-out strategic plan” to transfer inmates to D.C., where they can be “mic’d in a cage,” lawyer says.
A short drive from the U.S. Capitol, 1,500 inmates are stuck in their jail cells 22 hours a day. Until last month it was 23, and they were also barred from going outside…
Roman Empire Persecutions “Early Christians … carried into the Coliseum to make a spectacle for those more savage than the beasts”-William Jennings Bryan
“A report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt … Christians were the most persecuted religious group … Mr. Hunt said he felt that ‘political correctness’ had played a part in the issue not being confronted …The interim report said the main impact of “genocidal acts against Christians is exodus” and that Christianity faced being “wiped out” from parts of the Middle East …Evidence shows not only the geographic spread of anti-Christian persecution but also its increasing severity.”
The Christian church was born into persecution from an anti-Christian one-world government — the Roman Empire…
On April 23, the great Robert Woodson delivered the inaugural lecture in Hillsdale’s Christ Chapel Drummond Lecture Series. His topic was “Conservatism and Race: A Positive Path Forward.”
A veteran of the civil rights movement, Woodson embraces what he calls “radical pragmatism” as the best way to improve the lives of “the least of God’s children.” His work at the Woodson Center seeks to ennoble and inspire the downtrodden rather than condescend to and coddle them. As my colleague, David Whalen noted, “for decades, while public figures pose and wrangle about the poor and racial injustice, Robert Woodson has transformed the lives of many thousands. He does so because he understands responsibility, authentic human dignity, and the freedom through which people actually flourish. Where others just talk, Woodson has achieved near miracles.”
In recognition of his long and good service for America, Woodson was awarded Hillsdale’s Freedom Leadership Award.
We invite you to view this important lecture here:
Over the past few years, Candace Owens has had many important conversations on the issue of race relations with a powerful lineup of guests. In this special compilation episode, watch some of the most insightful moments and best discussions of racial issues from The Candace Owens Show.
There once was a time in America where a person was presumed innocent until PROVEN guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. With the unconstitutional introduction of politics into our judicial system that no longer exists.
The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) reportedly planned to arrest former Minneapolis Police Office Derek Chauvin in court and charge him with civil rights violations if the jury were to find him innocent of murder.
James Monroe, 5th President “When the people become ignorant & corrupt … they become the willing instruments of their own … ruin”
James Monroe’s great-grandfather, Captain Andrew Monroe, fought as a Royalist on behalf of King Charles I in the English Civil War. He was taken prisoner, and in 1647, was exiled to Virginia. There Andrew acquired a farm, which grew in two generations to 1,100 acres, part of which was inherited by Colonel Spence Monroe. Spence signed Richard Henry Lee’s Westmoreland Protests in 1765 against the British Stamp Act. Spence’s son, James Monroe, was born APRIL 28, 1758, and was baptized in the Anglican Church in Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia, the same country George Washington was born in…
New Exposé and Documentary Video: ‘Planned Parenthood’s Partnership with China – Does it Cross the Line to Treason?’
WICHITA, Kan., April 30, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Today, Operation Rescue released a special investigative report along with a related 20-minute video documentary that explores the partnership between Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Chinese Communist Party.
The exposé is titled “Planned Parenthood’s Partnership with China – Does it Cross the Line to Treason?”…