Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will return to Ohio, but this time, will speak in front of a crowd at the Roberts Centre in Wilmington. The said rally will start at noontime. Trump is fresh from his sensational immigration speech in Phoenix, Arizona. In his Phoenix speech, he addressed his current stances on illegal immigrants in the U.S., discussed what his administration plans to do with illegal aliens with criminal records, and talked about how he plans to build the so-called wall along the borders of Mexico and the United States.
Rally in a crisis-hit city
Trump's hateful rhetoric regarding his different policies may not be the best tactic to use when he faces the crowd in Wilmington, says the chair of the Clinton County Democratic Party, Ann Reno. Ann Reno. Wilmington was one of the cities that were badly affected by the 2008 financial crisis. A number of shops and businesses had to close in the city, along with a DHL Express air-shipping hub. This left many people jobless and hopeless. But slowly, Wilmington has since recovered from the crisis. more >>
Islamic State recruiters are praying to Allah and calling on him to ensure that Donald Trump wins the presidential election in November, according to an analysis of postings on messaging services used by the heinous terrorist outfit.
Foreign Affairs magazine reports that interviews with IS (also known as ISIS or ISIL) supporters and recent defectors indicate that the jihadis are rooting for Trump to defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton because they think the Republican nominee will help lead the United States and the West toward destruction.
In a post on the IS-linked Telegram chanel, "Nashir," an IS spokesman wrote that he prayed for Trump to win the 2016 general election. more >>
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be interviewed by a Detroit, Michigan-based church leader once accused of performing a "sexually charged" ordination ritual.
As part of his effort to broaden his outreach to the African-American community, Trump will be interviewed Saturday morning by Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Great Faith Ministries.
"There's a lot of emotions going on right now — people are upset that he's coming to Detroit," explained Jackson to The Detroit News earlier this week. more >>
Texas Christian University is offering students three course credits for interning with the largest abortion business in the United States.
According to the pro-life campus activist group Students for Life of America, the history department of the Disciples of Christ-affiliated school in Fort Worth sent out an email to its students advertising an opportunity to intern with Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas.
As part of the internship, a student or students would work to "develop a project highlighting [Planned Parenthood's] history in Fort Worth since it was established here in 1935." more >>
In a presidential election year where Christians are struggling to find virtue in any candidate, pray for the return of statesmen like William Wilberforce. One of the greatest heroes in history, Wilberforce was a member of the British Parliament in the late eighteenth century. During this time period, he was the leading voice against the institution of slavery in the British Empire.
Wilberforce's mission to end slavery and emancipate slaves throughout the British Empire was daunting and clearly appeared impossible to most. Slavery was an institution that fueled the economy of much of the British Empire. For Wilberforce to stand against it was not only unpopular in many circles of his society but also appeared to be a hopeless cause. At times, he had allies who worked with him. At other times, he acted alone. At all times, he placed his trust and dependence upon God for the results of his labors.
The mission to end the institution of slavery has many clear parallels with the mission to end the abortion of unborn children. To justify slavery, proponents of it had to exercise twisted logic and proclaim that African slaves were not fully human and, thus, could be owned as property and treated as such by their masters. Likewise, to justify abortion, those who support such a practice must engage in the twisted dehumanization of the unborn. more >>
Former Texas governor and presidential candidate Rick Perry is part of the cast of Season 23 of "Dancing With the Stars," ABC's reality competition series, with a 27-year-old British woman, Emma Slater, as his professional dance partner.
"My @dancingabc partner, @EmmaSlaterDance, is a great teacher but she's got her work cut out for her. #DWTS" 66-year-old Perry, a Republican and Texas' longest-serving governor, tweeted onTuesday.
"Dancing With the Stars" returns Sept. 12. more >>