President Donald Trump has posted a video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) tearing up Trump’s State of the Union address. And Democrats are saying that the video is a lie and are demanding that Twitter, Google and Facebook censure it. The video, titled “Powerful American Stories Ripped To Shreds By Nancy Pelosi,” recalls positive…

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In John 13:34, Christ said, “A new commandment I give unto you, That you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another.” Certainly, Christ was talking to his followers, those who know and love God because if you love God you will also love others. This doesn’t mean that…

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Sonny and I are best friends. We have been since pre-school. It was one of those friendships that just was meant to be. We were both shy. We were both a little on the small side. And we started hanging out together in kindergarten. We had a lot in common. Even at that young age,…

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Millions of your tax dollars have been spent since before the inauguration of Donald Trump on removing him from office. The Democratic members of Congress, the previous White House, and many, many operatives in government agencies have been working together on a coup of an elected president—this is the real crime among many others that…

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President Trump delivered an inspiring State of the Union speech. He painted a beautiful picture of America that we rarely get told by the media. He cited that “Under the last administration, more than 10 million people were added to the food stamp rolls. Under my administration, 7 million Americans have come off food stamps,…

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December 2016–The stage was set. There were thousands of people lining the streets, likely forced to be there, even to chant “Long Live Fidel”—and “The Caravan of Liberty,” the same name Castro’s rebels called their bloody march from Santiago to Havana during the “La Revolution” was rolling along carrying Castro’s ashes in a glass encased…

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I’m sitting in the lobby of the Loews Miami Beach Hotel gathering my thoughts about the week I have spent in the Super Bowl host city. It was an interesting week of conflicts. It’s where Christian ideals often come at cross purposes with those of the world. As part of my day job—and a most…

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About 100 or more yards from the barn was a pond. This pond was both a temptation and a necessity on an old farm where the wells were shallow and water for horses and cattle was always needed. It was a temptation because there was a deep end fed by a small spring and a…

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It stretches for over four miles on the banks of the Korle Lagoon.  Journalists say that over 40,000 Ghanians live there. It is one of the filthiest places on earth. It is noted for its rampant crime, human trafficking, abject poverty and toxins. It is called Agbogbloshie, nicknamed Sodom and Gomorra of Ghana. The smell…

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People are falling away from Christianity. Surveys by prominent pollsters indicate that Christian churches are losing the interest of young people even though many have adopted a seeker-friendly, worldly approach to church as entertainment and non-commitment. Christians are often viewed by the media as hypocrites or people so driven by their idealistic view of faith…

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