Category: Gimme that Old Time Religion

You Don’t Have a Right to Build. Seriously, Try it and See for Yourself.

| August 16, 2010 | Comments (0)

Can anyone tell me what the President’s POV on the Ground Zero Mosque is after his comments on Friday night, his walkback on Saturday, and the White House’s walkback of his walkback later in the day? As best I can tell, the President believes that the Muslims behind the Cordoba Project have the Constitutional right [...]

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At Least They Noted He Was a “Christian”

| December 16, 2009 | Comments (0)

Dan Collins has unearthed a story of a Christian man’s sacrifice that truly humbles me. There are some twists to the story that make it truly special (and a couple of Dan’s observations demonstrate just how jaded some of us have gotten to the strength of faith and sacrifice). Hit his link and watch the video. It’ll [...]

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Carter: Blame Worldwide Abuse of Women on the Baptists and Catholics

| December 12, 2009 | Comments (4)

I”m pretty sure it’s okay to be embarrassed that we ever elected Jimmy Carter as our President. Would four years of Gerald Ford really been all that horrible? At the very least, we wouldn’t have a former President running around doing this. Carter singled out the Southern Baptist Convention and Roman Catholic Church, claiming that [...]

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You Know Who’d Make a Great Pope? Barack Obama, that’s Who!

| July 12, 2009 | Comments (0)

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is known, mainly, for two things. First, she spent a few years as a mostly-invisible Lieutenant Governor of Maryland who was added to the ticket so her running mate Paris Glendening, could tap into the vast Kennedy moneybins. Second, she’s a member of the Kennedy clan, the closest thing to a royal [...]

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Why is the MSM Misreporting the Notre Dame Controversy?

| May 15, 2009 | Comments (5)

My latest post at The Greenroom delves into the woeful media coverage of the controversy at Notre Dame. My conclusion, such as it is, doesn’t look kindly on the media. So why focus on the speech and not the degree? Well, that’s where you start to see some grey creeping into things. I suppose some [...]

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I’m in Favor of Hawaii’s Islam Day and Think We Could Use a Lutheran Day, Too.

| May 7, 2009 | Comments (11)

I imagine a few folks are going to get excited about the news that Hawaii has officially designated an Islam Day to celebrate “the rich religious, scientific, cultural and artistic contributions” of Islam. To be perfectly honest, I could care less what Hawaii does. I live in Maryland. If they want to kowtow to Islam, [...]

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The Anchoress Joins First Things

| April 24, 2009 | Comments (4)

I remember when The Anchoress just started her career as a blogger. I told her back then that I thought she was going to be a great success and she, with her normal humility, told me that she didn’t see it happening any time soon. Well, that was four years ago. Since then, she’s been [...]

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CPAC Interview with Ali Hasan, Muslims for America

| March 1, 2009 | Comments (17)

While I was at CPAC, I had the chance to speak a couple times with the folks from Muslims for America. I was able to get a brief interview with one of the founders, Muhammad Ali Hasan about his group and what he and his fellow members are doing. I admit that when it comes [...]

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