Money can not

Shame on the NBA 

NBA is moving Allstar game out of N.C.

Black police officers March for dead police officers ( all lives matter ) 

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The story of last night should have been what the possible next VP said not that Ted Cruz didn’t keep his word 

Read a Facebook post from Rev. Franklin Graham right here.

Friends with an Undertaker

Friends with an UndertakerMisc Jokes

Submitted by D-Gellybean

An undertaker can be one of your best friends…
He’ll be the last one to let you down.

This kid has the right ideas 

Election thoughts from Billy

Well I have come around. I am still not a Trump fan but I very much like the man who he has picked for VP. I believe great harm would be done to the nation with another Clinton president. So right now I will be casting my vote for Trump. Who knows what damage could be done to America by Mrs. Clinton to say nothing about the judges she would name to the court including the Supreme Court. Us who are people of faith need to pray for and about this election. We should ask God why he has allowed the two running for President to be the nominees of their parties. We should ask God to give us the leaders we need not the leaders we deserve. Amen anyone. 

Evil empire in Russia may be back 

Update (July 8): This week, Russian president Vladimir Putin approved a package of anti-terrorism laws that usher in tighter restrictions on missionary activity and evangelism.Despite prayers and protests from religious leaders and human rights advocates, the Kremlin announced Putin’s approval yesterday. The amendments, including laws against sharing faith in homes, online, or anywhere but recognized church buildings, go into effect July 20.

Though opponents to the new measures hope to eventually appeal in court or elect legislators to amend them, they have begun to prepare their communities for life under the new rules, reported Forum 18 News Service, a Christian outlet reporting on the region.

Protestants and religious minorities small enough to gather in homes fear they will be most affected. Last month, “the local police officer came to a home where a group of Pentecostals meet each Sunday,” Konstantin Bendas, deputy bishop of the Pentecostal Union, told Forum 18. “With a contented expression he told them: ‘Now they’re adopting the law I’ll drive you all out of here.’ I reckon we should now fear such zealous enforcement.”

“There are potentially very wide-sweeping ramifications to this law,” Joel Griffith of the Slavic Gospel Association said in a Mission Network News report. “It just depends on, again, how it is going to be enforced, and that is a very huge question mark.”

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Earlier reporting (June 29): Christians in Russia won’t be allowed to email their friends an invitation to church or to evangelize in their own homes if Russia’s newest set of surveillance and anti-terrorism laws are enacted.

The proposed laws, considered the country’s most restrictive measures in post-Soviet history, place broad limitations on missionary work, including preaching, teaching, and engaging in any activity designed to recruit people into a religious group.

To share their faith, citizens must secure a government permit through a registered religious organization, and they cannot evangelize anywhere besides churches and other religious sites. The restrictions even apply to activity in private residences and online.

This week, Russia’s Protestant minority—estimated around 1 percent of the population—prayed, fasted, and sent petitions to President Vladimir Putin, who will have to approve the measures before they become official.

“Most evangelicals—leaders from all seven denominations—have expressed concerns,” Sergey Rakhuba, president of Mission Eurasia and a former Moscow church-planter, told CT. “They’re calling on the global Christian community to pray that Putin can intervene and God can miraculously work in this process.”

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Hate the police next time call 

Students who do bad things should be punished regardless of race 

Black 

students in the Omaha Public Schools continue to sit in detention, face expulsion and get suspended at higher rates than their white and Hispanic classmates, a new report shows.
Over the past three years, the overall number of behavior incidents in the district has remained fairly steady. However, the use of more severe punishments such as long-term suspensions and expulsions are trending downward.
One common denominator remains — a high percentage of discipline incidents involve black students.
The situation has left several school board members frustrated. “This is why our parents are angry. This is why our parents don’t have trust in our district,” board vice president Yolanda Williams said. “For me, this is one of those issues I’m not going to back down from. All of those great things we’re doing are negated when we look at this data.”

( Billy’s thoughts I have read the whole story from above which you can too over at Omaha.com and I didn’t read anything about parents or members of the OPS board being upset because students have bad behavior. I know there are black and white parents who demand their children respect teachers along with rules at school. Let me make it clear I don’t think kids should be punished more because of their race but if a kid breaks a rule they should be punished. Lets not blame race. I work with school age kids in a daycare and I have worked with kids for many years. Today’s  youth at times don’t have respect for adults. At one time kids would never tell an adult no or to shut up. Today it is a different story. If you did show disrepect to an adult when our parents were growing up you got the paddle at school and then you got another spanking at home. Perhaps we should go back to that way. What do you think. ) 

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