This young man received a gift card for his birthday and decided to do something selfless and loving with it. Chris and his father went to a place where all homeless people were sleeping and invited them to eat at McDonalds.
Chris used his gift card from his birthday to pay for all of their meals. He told his parents this is what he really wanted to do for his birthday … feed the homeless and give them something they would enjoy. This amazing teenager even gives his beautiful gold watch to a man that really liked it.
Watching him give back to the homeless will inspire you to give to those less fortunate than you! God bless Chris and his family! more >>
The toy itself is actually pretty amazing. I am pretty sure most people have not seen this toy before. This cutie has a priceless reaction to the toy when it starts to lay eggs. Her SMILE is contagious!
Her reaction to this toy laying eggs is one of a kind and will have you laughing to yourself. Perfect for the start of your weekend and will make you instantly happy. Her big sister asks if she wants to see the hen lay an egg again and again. That's where you may lose it … HAHA!
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Jonathan Mann has written recorded and uploaded a new song to YouTube every day for more than 2,000 days. You remember his most famous ones of a duet with his girlfriend or singing Ruth Bader Ginsburg's entire Hobby Lobby dissent.
This man went to his iPhone for some new tricks and ideas he could use. He discovered a simple source for lyrics. After he downloaded the iOS 8 update, Jonathan began to play with the phones QuickType word predictor. It actually turned out to be an amazing invention for songwriting … although it may not make any sense at all.
Jonathan took an ordinary phone and turned it into a musical instrument. The song is actually very catchy. more >>
The families of Ebola victims Amber Vinson and Thomas Eric Duncan have spoken out to give thanks for the public's prayers, God's presence in their lives, and ask for continued prayers for the country.
"The past several days have been the most trying our family has collectively ever faced," Vinson's family said in a statement.
"We remain intensely prayerful and optimistic about Amber's condition and the treatment she is currently receiving. Our prayers and thoughts also go out to Amber's colleague, Nina Pham, and the Dallas and Ohio communities impacted by this tragedy. Although the majority of the correspondences we have received since her diagnosis have been positive, we are troubled by some of the negative public comments and media coverage that mischaracterize Amber and her actions." more >>
Two ordained Christian pastors in Idaho have filed a federal lawsuit and a motion for temporarily restraining Coeur d'Alene city officials from forcing them to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies or face prosecution for violating "non-discrimination" laws.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed the lawsuit and the motion on behalf of Donald Knapp and his wife, Evelyn, who run Hitching Post Wedding Chapel and have been required by city officials to perform gay ceremonies or face months in jail and/or thousands of dollars in fines.
The city says its non-discrimination ordinance requires them to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies because the courts have overridden Idaho's voter-approved constitutional amendment that affirmed marriage as the union of a man and a woman. more >>
Washington state's I-594 has massive money pouring into it, because it's apparently the only gun-control measure on the ballot this fall anywhere across the country. There are actually two dueling gun measures in the state. The first one, I-594, the Washington Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases Initiative, is being bankrolled by billionaires on the left in favor of gun control, including anti-gun activist and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, as well as former wealthy Microsoft execs Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Thanks to them, the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility has raised nearly $9 million for the initiative this far, massively outspending the other side, which has raised only $1.3 million.
I-594 has been cleverly drafted to sound like it merely makes small changes to gun laws, not a flat-out ban or gun registration scheme. This is why it is so dangerous. People are less likely to oppose it; in fact, polls show that even a majority of gun owners - 54 percent of the 35 percent of Washington residents who own a gun - are in favor of it.
The reality is, the bizarrely-long 18 ½ page initiative is so confusingly and vaguely worded - with many terms and phrases left undefined - that former Washington State Supreme Court Justice Richard Sanders warned protesters at a rally against I-594 how impossible it will be to comply with. Gun owners will easily make honest mistakes, making it easy to prosecute them. Many will just give up trying to own a gun. more >>