The executive order, which President Obama has issued, granting amnesty to millions of individuals now residing illegally in our country, should make clear the profound disregard our president has for American voters, our constitution, and our two-party system.
It might be possible to justify this action if it was addressing a national emergency of utmost urgency or clearly reflected the priorities and wishes of the American people. But neither is the case.
Republicans just won a decisive election, giving them control of both houses of congress, interpreted uniformly as a repudiation of the president and his agenda. more >>
A recently obtained U.S. Air Force document revealed that taxpayers dished out over $1.5 million in transportation flight costs for President Barack Obama's Labor Day weekend personal and fundraising commitments.
The government watchdog website, Judicial Watch, announced this week that it obtained, through a Freedom of Information Act request, a copy of an Air Force One expense record for this past Labor Day weekend, which shows that over $1,539,402 in taxpayer funds were spent on flight costs alone for Obama's various non-official trips that weekend.
To start his Labor Day weekend, the president flew from Washington, D.C. to Westchester, N.Y. on Friday Aug. 29 to take part in a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee. In Westchester, Obama attended a fundraising BBQ hosted by former UBS Bank CEO Robert Wolf. more >>
Ever wonder what other people say they are thankful for? Well, for instance, this guy is currently thankful for his tiny little hamster friends. He even cooks them a delicious Thanksgiving dinner!
When you see what this man is doing it will definitely make you a happy person. It's a hamster thanksgiving, and this man is sharing it for the world to see. It is hard to top the cuteness in this video, but when you see what these little fur balls do to food it will make you SMILE. Be sure to SHARE this with all your animal lover friends on for the holidays!
Check out this adorable hamster thanksgiving below: more >>
As I read the story of Michael Brown who was shot and killed August 9th, 2014 by Darren Wilson, a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, my heart immediately went out to the family. The pain of losing a child, I'm told, is one of the most difficult to endure.
The St. Louis County grand jury decision will no doubt fuel the flames of racism and hatred, but what if we look through a different lens...
What if more people knew that many of America's founders did not support slavery? The truth is that many of the Founding Fathers were responsible for planting the first seeds of equality and for the eventual end of slavery. John Quincy Adams was often referred to as the "hell-hound of abolition movement" for his efforts against slavery. As historian David Barton rightly noted, "This was a fact made clear by Richard Allen. Allen had been a slave in Pennsylvania but was freed after he converted his master to Christianity. Allen, a close friend of Benjamin Rush and several other Founding Fathers, went on to become the founder of the A.M.E. Church in America. In an early address 'To the People of Color,' he explained: 'Many of the white people have been instruments in the hands of God for our good, even such as have held us in captivity, [and] are now pleading our cause with earnestness and zeal'." more >>
Christian worship singer Kari Jobe will be getting married on Friday, according to her publicist and several Twitter comments posted by the singer earlier this week.
"I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today!!!!!!!," Jobe wrote on Twitter.
That tweet followed a similar one explaining the life-changing experience. more >>
JP Pokluda weights in on a very important question that many of us cannot answer. That question is "Who is Jesus?" After committing many sins in his college years, he goes to Church to figure out who this historical figure that died for our sins really is.
This man's life was lost, and Christianity just seemed like a bunch of rules that he couldn't break. In college JP experimented with drugs, alcohol, and sex. At the time, it was the most fun thing he could imagine. But, just like everything else, it got old.. Trying to find something that didn't get played out or repetitive was difficult for him. Until he discovered who Jesus is.
Once JP figured out who Jesus was it changed everything. His story will really capture you in a way that many of us can relate to. Listen to JP's story for coming to Christ below: more >>