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Jokes October 2017

Jokes October 2017

  Patience is a Virtue “WHERE is my SUNDAY paper?! the irate customer yelled after calling the newspaper office. “Madam,” said the newspaper employee, “today is...
Truth by any other name is still truth…

Truth by any other name is still truth…

 By Fred Comella Slavery, indentured servitude, debt bondage, all scars on the soul of mankind. But they are as old as mankind too. And the sin they were born of is as indisputable and omnipresent...
Pastor Robert Jeffress And The Prophets Of Ahab

Pastor Robert Jeffress And The Prophets Of Ahab

By Chuck Baldwin     Most people reading this column probably know that I have been in the Gospel ministry for over 40 years. I am a lifelong student of the scriptures; I began learning the Bible...
Silent and Solo: How Americans Pray

Silent and Solo: How Americans Pray

  By Barna Associates Prayer is not only the most common faith practice among American adults (79% have prayed at least once in the past three months), it’s also one of the most complex and...
Utah adopts informed consent law for medication abortions

Utah adopts informed consent law for medication abortions

Pro-life leaders hope bill will eventually help promote an abortion-reversal procedure By Samantha Gobba (WNS)–Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed legislation in late March that pro-life leaders hope...
Paul slams McCain and Graham on Syria

Paul slams McCain and Graham on Syria

By Jack Hunter Rand Paul blasted John McCain and Lindsey Graham in a CNN op-ed recently regarding those senators’ recent push to get the U.S. more involved militarily in Syria’s civil war....
April Jokes 2017

April Jokes 2017

  Old Geezer vs Dr. Young An old geezer who was a retired farmer for a long time became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical clinic. He put up a sign outside that said:...
REVEALED: Cancer industry profits ‘locked in’ by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines… spurs tumor growth… explains aggressive vaccine push

REVEALED: Cancer industry profits ‘locked in’ by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines… spurs tumor growth… explains aggressive vaccine push

By Julie Wilson (NaturalNews) One of the world’s most lucrative industries, spending on cancer drugs reached an all-time high last year, as it was valued at more than $100 billion. Spending on...
Palau Unites Churches at The Vets

Palau Unites Churches at The Vets

Historic Together Conference Draws 800 Seeking Revival By Kate Thompson It wasn’t the first time people sang of the LORD, extolled His character and shared His Word at the VETs Memorial Auditorium...
Young Patriot Stood Alone for the National Anthem, While His Team Would Not

Young Patriot Stood Alone for the National Anthem, While His Team Would Not

By Todd Starnes (Springfield, IL) — Connor Brewer is fiercely loyal to his college football team. But he is also fiercely loyal to the United States of America. (Photo by Jeff Hill/via Fox News) So...