Month: April 2015

Guess What Percentage Of Hillary’s Foundation Revenue Went To ACTUAL CHARITIES?

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Tuesday, 04/28/2015 – 11:16 am EST

Guess What Percentage Of Hillary’s Foundation Revenue Went To ACTUAL CHARITIES?

Written by  Daisy

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve been hearing about all the hoopla surrounding the Clinton Foundation and how Hillionaire likes to take money from countries where they treat women like t-total crap and then spend GOBS AND GOBS of it on herself – you know, instead of charity, where it was supposed to go.

Now, I give to charity, but it’ll be a cold day in hell when I give to a charity that takes in $140 million but only spends $9 million on Actual Charities.

If you want a chart of what that split looks like, this blog provided a wonderful one:

Imma let you soak that in for a second.  Especially you, liberals.  The ones who looooove you some Hillionaire.  SOAK IT IN.

Where in the HIZZELL did all that money GO, you ask?  And what’s the unknown?  Well, the “charity” (HA HA HA HA HA) had 35 employees real, reportable compensation, and those folks all made over 100 grand.  Because I’m sure they worked REALLY SUPER HARD, y’all.  Doing all sorts of charitable stuff and whatnot.  And their “top five combined had $2.6 million in direct (that is, cash) compensation and another $278,000 in benefits for approximately $3 million – or 1/3 of all spending on “charitable causes.”  Mmm hmm.

Basically, the salaries the Foundation put out tripled what they spent on Actual Charities.

Then, there’s travel.  Because you KNOW Hillionaire can’t skip on that crap.  She likes her some first class, people.  HELLO.  They spent about as much on travel and MORE on conferences as they did on Actual Charities.

Because LIBERALS.  And LIBERALS BEING CHARITABLE.

I’ll wait over here while celebrities continue to talk about how Hillionaire is totally in tune with the common person – you know, because she got a burrito at Chipotle.

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Homosexual Rights

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From tolerance to tyranny

When the homosexual rights movement began in the 1990’s, the message was tolerance.  They said, we don’t want to take over your churches or force anyone to do something they don’t want to do.  We just want tolerance.

In general, every time a liberal politician makes a promise you know they are lying and when they say we don’t want to do something, you can bet that is exactly what they want to do.

The homosexual movement has gone from demanding tolerance to demanding tyranny.  Now the next shocking step in their assault on liberty is here.

What is it?

From the Washington Times:

Coeur d‘Alene, Idaho, city officials have laid down the law to Christian pastors within their community, telling them bluntly via an ordinance that if they refuse to marry homosexuals, they will face jail time and fines.

The dictate comes on the heels of a legal battle with Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers who own the Hitching Post wedding chapel in the city, but who oppose gay marriage, The Daily Caller reported.

A federal judge recently ruled that the state’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, while the city of Coeur d‘Alene has an ordinance that prevents discrimination based on sexual preference.

The Supreme Court’s recent refusal to take on gay rights’ appeals from five states has opened the doors for same-sex marriages to go forth.

The Knapps were just asked by a gay couple to perform their wedding ceremony, The Daily Caller reported.

“On Friday, a same-sex couple asked to be married by the Knapps, and the Knapps politely declined,” The Daily Signal reported. “The Knapps now face a 180-day jail term and a $1,000 fine for each day they decline to celebrate the same-sex wedding.”

The Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a suit in federal court to stop the city from enforcing the fine and jail sentence, saying in a statement from senior legal counsel Jeremy Tedesco that the government has overstepped its bounds, The Daily Caller reported.

“Many have denied that pastors would ever be forced to perform ceremonies that are completely at odds with their faith, but that’s what is happening here — and it’s happened this quickly,” Mr. Tedersco said, The Daily Caller reported.

The end game is here.  No longer is it a matter of simple tolerance but it is tyranny.  No disagreement will be tolerated.  People will be forced to obey.

If Coeur d’Alene thinks this is a good idea, then it is time to kick that city out of the United States.  For those conservatives who say we should stick to fiscal issues only, this should be the wake up call.  These social issues are crucial to freedom and liberty.

Either the fight starts now and every conservative is in the fight or we say goodbye to America as a free nation.

Christian Wisdom from Facebook

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Posted by a local Pastor. . . .not my church but I could go there very easily.

It is time for You to act for Thy Law has been broken. Ps 119:126. We kicked God’s Word out of our schools in 1962. We ended our blue laws and today most people don’t even know what they were. We kill our unborn and have made criminal His morality. We spent $18 trillion we didn’t have. Our allies do not trust us. Our enemies are emboldened and we wonder why our economy is in a death spiral. Our leaders are corrupt and our government has become that Monster Stepenwolf sang about in the seventies. We have turned against Israel and our nation is horrifically divided politically, ideologically an racially. It was all as prophecied and Jesus will come to rescue us from this mess. And they mock me for believing the prophets. But I am on the winning team.

Wisdom From Facebook

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Duke Hergatt

3 hrs · Halfmoon, NY ·

I remember a fairly spiritual America as a child. First came love then came marriage then came baby in a baby carriage. Now I live in secular America and my traditional values nearly make me a criminal. Irony of it all.. I fought for the progressive agenda as an activist teen and really didn’t even know what the agenda was. I just wanted to get high and feel good about the world being a fair place. Then I got introduced to the Holy Bible and saw the prophecies taught the progressive agenda would have its way..leading society to self indulgence and destruction. How much further can we kick the can of debt and unfunded liabilities down the road till a collapse. How much money can the Fed print and get away with it. How much further can a government that creates dependents instead of producers go before collapse. I think we’ve reached the tipping point. But I am not in the least despair..it all points to the soon return of my Savior Jesus.

Marriage

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Marriage is a commitment- a decision to do, all through life, that which will express your love for one’s spouse.
Herman H. Kieval

A good marriage is the union of two good forgivers.
Ruth Bell Graham

Marriage is more than finding the right person. It is being the right person.
Unknown

Adam and Eve had an ideal marriage. He didn’t have to hear about all the men she could have married… and she didn’t have to hear about how well his Mother cooked.
Unknown

In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.
Mignon McLaughlin

A New Poll Has Some Heartening News For Christians In America

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Written by  Miss CJ

This is wonderful to hear on Good Friday!

Contrary to what you may have been hearing in the news lately, there is still a good majority of Americans that believe in the main tenets of Christianity.

A new poll conducted by Rasmussen has the breakdown –

Two-out-of-three Americans still believe the central tenets of Christianity, that Jesus Christ was the son of God who was resurrected on Easter Day.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 78% of American Adults believe the person known to history as Jesus Christ actually walked the earth about 2,000 years ago. Eleven percent (11%) do not believe that’s true, and another 11% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Sixty-seven percent (67%) believe Jesus was the son of God who came to earth to die for our sins. Nineteen percent (19%) don’t share that belief. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.

Sixty-six percent (66%) of Americans believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Twenty-one percent (21%) do not. Thirteen percent (13%) are not sure.

I don’t know about anyone else, but I have been feeling a little discouraged that my religious beliefs aren’t welcome in America or that my fellow Christians have been scared into silence by a handful of liberal bullies. But this is awesome to see that, yes, America is still a Christian nation, despite all attempts to change that.

Hope you all have a lovely Easter!

Miley Cyrus and Politics

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On a personal note I will be sooooo glad when Miley Cyrus fades away and is never heard from again.

There is no kinder way to say this and still make this point – She is just another Entertainment Industry

SLUT with mediocre talent trying to use politics to hang on to what fans she has left.

 


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Written by Red Dawn

Miley Cyrus Is Encouraging Her Followers To Go After Sen. Tom Cotton Now FYI

Written by  Red Dawn

Miley Cyrus Is Encouraging Her Followers To Go After Sen. Tom Cotton Now FYI

I really wish celebrities would stay out of politics. I mean for real. Just because you swing around nude in your music videos and sing with a nasally voice doesn’t mean you know a crap about what’s going on.

But I repeat myself. Cyrus already graced us with her completely irrelevant opinion of Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. But now, she’s stepping it up a notch. She’s encouraging her followers to go after Sen. Tom Cotton because he suggested that some members of the gay community are being completely unreasonable and need to gain some perspective.

HOW DARE HE OMG.

I guess “freedom” doesn’t include religious freedom. And give me a break. Cotton’s point is totally valid.

The gay community– and by that I mean the jerks who issued death threats to the owners of Memories Pizza (which as been forced to close) for doing nothing more than answering a hypothetical question about catering a gay wedding (and who, by the way caters a wedding with pizza? Just wondering)– needs to realize that the law had nothing to do with discrimination. They seriously act like this is Iran. Like we’re mandating some rule that you can’t be gay or else OMG. And that’s not the case at all.

(And obviously, the entire gay community isn’t reacting like that. Did you read the email from one of our clever and competent readers/listeners? It’s gold, and the LGBT community could learn a lot from Doug.)

Cotton’s point was simple. Why in the world are we focusing all our time and energy on something that wasn’t a big deal in the first place? And what are we still putting all our time and energy into it?

We really do have more pressing things to worry about. But I’m sure Obama’s loving this. After all, it’s really taking attention off nuclear talks with Iran.