The most recent was Sunday’s Super Bowl during which a vulgar man/boy who calls himself the Weekend performed his song “Earn It” which is a paean to sadomasochism written for the softcore porn movie Fifty Shades of Grey which was based on the softcore porn bodice ripper Fifty Shades of Grey. In the name of “equity,” leftists want to get women as addicted to porn as men are.
Posted in Media Watch, Pornography
Tagged Brett Kavanaugh, Caitlyn Jenner, Critical Race Theory, Donald J. Trump, Fifty Shades of Grey, Hezbollah, Joe Biden, John Roberts, LA Times, Louis Farrakhan, Melania Trump, Philippe Pétain, Reader Discretion is Advised, Super Bowl, the Weekend, Virginia Heffernan, Wired Magazine, “Earn It”
Tax-funded propagandists in media and academia across Illinois are demonizing the historic 1776 Report report on the public's dime, without offering any examples of errors or inaccuracies among the facts presented by President Donald J. Trump's 1776 Commission.
Posted in Education, Media Watch
Tagged 1619 Project, 1776 Commission, Abraham Lincoln, Carol Swain, Chicago State University, Donald J. Trump, Jr., Lionel Kimble Jr., Martin Luther King, New York Times, WBEZ
I am finally doing it: creating profiles on social media platforms that are friendlier to conservative points of view and that do not censor speech. Why? Like so many others, I have had enough of the interference, outright censorship, suppression of conservative views, and suspension of accounts. I am fed up with the unwelcome disclaimers by social media giants and partisan search engines that suggest my opinions and news posts are untrustworthy and/or dishonest. For these reasons, I have decided to say "goodbye" to liberal social media platforms.
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged Big Media, Big Tech, Brave, Dave Olsson, Donald J. Trump, Duck Duck Go, Facebook, Facebook Jail, Google, Google Chrome, Hunter Biden, Jared Thomson, John Matze, Mark Weinstein, MeWe, Microsoft Edge, New York Post, Parler, Robert Epstein, Rumble, The Epoch Times, Tucker Carlson Tonight, Twitter, YouTube
Remember when homosexual activists lied with straight faces saying what they do in the privacy of their own bedrooms affects no one and, therefore, is no one’s business? And here we are today with the government recognizing non-marital unions as marriages, shameful parades polluting our streets, drag queens reading stories to toddlers in public libraries, a 4,000 percent increase in adolescent girls suddenly deciding they’re boys, and schools requiring faculty to use incorrect pronouns when referring to students who seek to pass as the sex they aren’t.
An NBC News article titled, “Biden administration on track to be most LGBTQ-inclusive …
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Barack Obama, Barron Trump, Carlos Elizondo, Chai Feldblum, Chris Johnson, Dave Noble, Donald J. Trump, Equality Act, Human Rights Campaign, Jeremy Bernard, Joe Biden, Karine Jean-Pierre, LGBTQ, Neil Gorsuch, Pamela S. Karlan, Pete Buttigieg, Pili Tobar, religious free exercise, Rufus Gifford, Shawn Skelly, The Washington Blade
By now many Americans have learned what slimy, deceitful hypocrites California governor Gavin Newsom and his wealthy, well-connected friends are. In a stunning act of arrogant “do what I say, not what I do, PEONS,” he and his privileged co-scofflaws dined at an exclusive restaurant in Napa Valley—indoors without masks—in violation of his own rules.
His co-scofflaws included Dustin Corcoran, the CEO of the California Medical Association, and Janus Norman, the group’s lobbyist and senior vice president. Apparently, some medical professionals don’t really think dining indoors mask-less with friends puts their lives at risk. Now I’m waiting …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged CNN, COVID–19, Donald J. Trump, Dustin Corcoran, Gavin Newsom, Henning Bundgaard, Janus Norman, lock-downs, Lori Lightfoot, MSNBC, New York Times, Nicholas Kristof, Operation Warp Speed, The New York Times, vaccine, Washington Post, Wuhan virus
I don’t doubt for a moment that we still have race issues to address in America. And I don’t believe that, to date, we have fully overcome the legacy of hundreds of years of slavery and segregation in our history. At the same time, I do not accept former President Obama’s claim that the 2016 election of Donald Trump was, in part, a reaction to having a Black man in the White House.
Well, they dusted off those colorful “Handmaid’s Tale” outfits that were so visible at Brett Kavanaugh’s SCOTUS confirmation hearings in 2018.
Posted in Federal
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Bernie Sanders, Black Lives Matter, Brett Kavanaugh, Brian Buescher, Clarence Thomas, Cory Booker, Democratic National Committee, Dianne Feinstein, Donald J. Trump, Kamala Harris, Margaret Atwood, Mike Pompeo, People of Praise, The Handmaid’s Tale
From the president on down, we’re seeing a welcome pushback against Marxist indoctrination in our colleges, government agencies, and even the military. It had better happen soon, too, because in K-12 schools, hapless children are being subjected to the awful, anti-American 1619 Project and Black Lives Matter curricula. But at least there is movement at the top of the academic and government food chains.
Posted in Education
Tagged 1619 Project, Bernie Sander, betsy devos, Black Lives Matter, Capital Research Center, Christopher Eisgruber, Cory Booker, Critical Race Theory, Defense Race Relations Institute, Derrick Bell, Dianne Feinstein, Donald J. Trump, Elaine Donnelley, Family Research Council, Joseph Klein, Kamala Harris, Lisa Keim, Marxism, Robert King, Robert Terry, Russell Vought, Southern Poverty Law Center, Woodrow Wilson
In an alarming May 24, 2020 article titled “Scoop: Inside the Secret Talks to Overhaul the GOP Platform,” published by Axios, political reporter Jonathan Swan exposed the behind-the-scenes efforts of the socially liberal son-in-law of President Trump, Jared Kushner, to change the GOP platform so that it reflects Democrat views. While the radical overhaul of the GOP platform—and, therefore, the GOP—is the brainless-child of Kushner, the nitty gritty of the subversive project has been assigned to Bill Stepien, second in command for Trump’s re-election campaign, just under Brad Parscale.
According to Swan, Kushner has been …
Posted in Federal
Tagged amnesty, Axios, Bill Stepien, Brad Pascale, Donald J. Trump, energy industry, GOP platform, illegal aliens, illegal immigrant, Jared Kushner, Jonathan Swan, Planned Parenthood, pro-family., Republican National Committee, Republican platform, Sanctity of Life, traditional marriage, White House
During yesterday's White House press conference, President Donald J. Trump officially designated churches as “essential places that provide essential services.” President Trump’s remarks came the same day that Fox News reported that U.S. Department of Justice was intervening "in an Illinois case that has the potential to invalidate the state's stay-at-home order implemented by Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker..."
President Donald J. Trump has called for a National Day of Prayer this Sunday. While there is never a lack of serious issues to pray about, the level of anxiety and even fear among citizens is at a level many of us have never seen before. The need for national corporate prayer by Christians is indisputable.
While some politicians and media pundits are working overtime to have us believe that the federal or state government can save us, we know that God is sovereign (Psalm 103:19) over the affairs of all creation. It is to Him we must turn when …
In his recent Christianity Today (CT) blog post, New Testament scholar Scot McKnight defends recently retired CT president Mark Galli’s hubristic diktat about the necessity—in Galli’s view—of Trump’s removal from office:
Whether Mr. Trump should be removed from office by the Senate or by popular vote next election—that is a matter of prudential judgment. That he should be removed, we believe, is not a matter of partisan loyalties but loyalty to the Creator of the Ten Commandments.
Trump’s removal from office would inarguably result in the election of a man or woman who endorses, among other things, human …
Posted in Faith, Media Watch
Tagged Anthony Esolen, Christianity Today, Donald J. Trump, Karl Barth, Mark Galli, Martin Luther King Jr., Pete Buttigieg, Randall Balmer, Scot McKnight, Thomas Jefferson, Timothy Dalrymple
Billionaire George Soros was named “Philanthropist of the Year” by Inside Philanthropy magazine for his “…fight for academic freedom in Central Europe, and his resistance to the rising tide of authoritarianism worldwide.” The former is a reference to gender studies programs and the latter concerns his ongoing campaign to undermine existing governments, causing chaos that makes more money for hedge fund currency manipulators and short-sellers like himself.
Posted in Marijuana
Tagged Aaron Hernandez, Adam Schuster, David E. Smith, Donald J. Trump, Dr. Kenneth Finn, Fentanyl, George Soros, Inside Philanthropy, Jerome M. Adams, John Klingner, Juliana Stratton, Marc Levine, Pete Buttigieg, Philanthropist of the Year, Roger Morgan, Ted Dabrowski, Theodoric Meyer, Trevor Hughes, USA Today, WirePoints
In June, 2016, when candidate Trump promised a large gathering of evangelical Christian leaders that he was committed to defending our liberties, I was skeptical. Was he just trying to get our votes? Did he really care about our freedoms? Was he truly concerned that our rights were being eroded?
For more than two years, he has answered those questions emphatically. Yes, he is committed to defending our liberties. Yes, he really does care about freedoms. And yes, he is truly concerned that our rights are being eroded.
Now, the president has gone one step further, standing up for religious …
Posted in Religious Liberty
Tagged China, Donald J. Trump, Hindu Party, India, Indian Christians, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Muslims, Narendra Modi, New Zealand, North Korea, Open Doors World Watch List, Religious Freedom, Sri Lanka, Uighur Muslims, United Nation, Xi Jinping, Yael Kushner