Monthly Archives: March 2016

Trump Left Side Exposed as He Names “Healthcare” as Government Responsibility

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Anti-Trump Republicans should get behind Ted Cruz, not plot a ruinous third-party candidacy,writes Cal Thomas 

How far are supporters of Donald Trump willing to go? Apparently some would destroy the Republican Party in order to “save” it.
We have heard this kind of talk before: if Republicans lose national elections they will get the message that conservatives are fed-up with their failure to perform as promised and will embrace more conservative policies. Republicans have lost the last two presidential elections and risk losing a third. Maybe it’s time to try another approach. All signs suggest Trump is more a wrecking ball than one who can unite a divided party.
A recent CNN/ORC national poll finds a growing gap between those supporting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Trump. Fifty-three percent now favor Clinton while a declining 41% are for Trump. And this is before the political attack ads begin, featuring volumes of Trump sound bites.
With this in mind, establishment Republicans have been conducting a series of private meetings to plan a strategy or strategies (there appear to be more than one) to derail Trump before he can get to the 1,237 delegates needed to capture the nomination. One of those strategies is to find a way to nominate someone else even should Trump get the delegates he needs.

Having changed the rules from 2012 to make it easier for a strong GOP nominee who would be chosen early, party elites are aghast that Trump has taken advantage and now leads in delegates. If they want an alternative, why aren’t they getting behind Ted Cruz instead of talking about changing the rules at the convention, or a possible third party candidate (which columnist George Will favors)?
The answer is they know they can’t control Cruz, either. The GOP establishment is about preserving its own influence, power and position. They are Trump’s co-conspirators in the process of destroying their party.

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 A Future for Christian Colleges in the NCAA?

Inside Higher Ed recently reported that over 80 lesbian, gay and transgender organizations are petitioning the NCAA to cut ties with any religious college that discriminates against transgender students by requesting a Title IX waiver.
Title IX limits or prevents federal funding to institutions that discriminate on a number of bases including gender. In 2014, the Department of Education expanded this to include transgender students.

LGBT organizations are moving to defund and to culturally isolate any institution that stands against the moral revolution. This kind of pressure is not at all subtle. It’s an overt attempt to try to marginalize Christian institution.

( Read the rest of this commentary or listen to the audio here. )

Tim Allen Shares The Heartbreaking Story That Lead To His Faith In Jesus

Tim Allen may be known for his hilarious jokes and handyman hobbies, but there’s a side of Tim Allen many haven’t seen.

Tim Allen believes in God. And if you meet him in person, you’ll quickly learn that he’s unashamed to tell you so.

But Allen doesn’t claim to be a perfect Christian. In fact, he admits that many of his life’s deepest struggles are what caused him to turn to Christ.

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Donald Trump’s celebrity will fade but here is something that will never be forgotten 

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God answers the problem of evil with Himself

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More Hell preaching needed 

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Why was the Stone Rolled Away?” 

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Trump Tweets Threat to Cruz’s Wife

He tweeted “Wow @SenTedCruz, that is some low level ad you did using a picture of Melania in a G Q. shoot. Be careful or I will spill the beans on your wife” (Mediaite). Cruz and the superpac that did the actual ad responded (Politico). From Mona Charen: Donald Trump is not emotionally healthy. No normal man sits up late at night tweeting dozens of insults about Megyn Kelly, or skips a key debate because he’s nursing a grudge against her for asking perfectly ordinary questions, or continues to obsess about her weeks and months after the fact. Later: Trump seems to suffer from narcissistic personality disorder, an insecurity so consuming and crippling that he has devoted his life to self-aggrandizement. This is far beyond the puffery that most salesmen indulge to some degree. It strays well into the bizarre. Asked whom he consults on foreign policy Trump said, “I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things.” What grown man says things like that and continues to be taken seriously? How can he be leading the race for the Republican nomination? ( More )

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