Category Archives: politics

Living with explosive inflation = Venezuela


How much things cost in Venezuela now Everett Rosenfeld | @Ev_Rosenfeld Friday, 6 Feb 2015 | 2:32 PM ET CNBC.com Inflation and long lines at Venezuelan supermarkets Venezuelans have become increasingly frustrated by food shortages and inflations, reports CNBC's Michelle … Continue reading

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Arizona Newspaper: Border Fence Too High, Illegals Can’t Cross Safely


May 10, 2016 A mainstream Arizona newspaper wrote an article chronicling the hardships that can ensue for illegal immigrants trying to cross over a 14-foot-high primary fence section of the Arizona-Mexico border. An article titled “Border Fence Jumpers Breaking Bones” … Continue reading

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Georgia (USA) fires employee for church sermons


By Todd Starnes ·Published April 20, 2016 · FoxNews.com Courtesy First Liberty Bi-vocational pastors be warned – what you say from the pulpit on Sunday could get you fired from your public sector job on Monday. Dr. Eric Walsh, a … Continue reading

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Evangelicals following elections less closely than others?


Research Services Speaking Resources Blog Barna Evangelicals Least Likely to Pay Close Attention to 2016 Campaign Research Releases in Culture & Media • March 24, 2016 Although American voters acknowledge how poorly informed they are about the candidates they vote … Continue reading

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Facebook harassing priests and monastics who use “Father” or “Mother” in their name.


Just a foretaste of what is to come to Christians here in the USA. Yahoo often acts as a bell weather for social shifts. Fr. Orthohippo   Timothy Doubblestein added a Post in Missionaries of St. John. “I was reading … Continue reading

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HOW TO GET RID OF PROBLEM BY DESTROYING THE HIGHLY DECORATED CHAPLAIN : change in military procedure


ORIGINAL SOURCE – http://www.christianpost.com/news/former-navy-seals-chaplain-could-be-kicked-out-of-navy-for-christian-beliefs-135392/ Todd Starnes , CP Op-Ed Contributor March 9, 2015|6:53 pm (B H Publishing Group) A chaplain who once ministered to Navy SEALs could be thrown out of the military after he was accused of failing “to … Continue reading

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GERMANY (MERKEL) TELLS JAPAN TO FACE HISTORY SQUARELY


One constant problem with individuals, nations, corporations, organizations, etc.  is the strong desire to recount our pasts in the most favorable terms.  All of us can remember when we did this (or at least were very tempted to do it). … Continue reading

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