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First they came for the Jews...

Authored by jeanne53 on Thu, Jun 02 2011 - 11:58 AM

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 FIRST THEY CAME FOR THE JEWS… This Evil is rearing up again.  It is OUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY to stand against this Evil or will we let the past repeat itself?  Did not the world say NEVER AGAIN?  What will our children and grandchildren say about us if we fail to stand this time for Israel and for the Jews? ...

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Was Joseph McCarthy Right?

Authored by jeanne53 on Tue, May 24 2011 - 10:56 AM

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Many of us are very concerned about the path set out by the Communists in this country over a hundred years ago.  It was Stalin who said that all Communists had to do was to destroy Patriotism, Morality and Spiritual Life and America will collapse from within.  Do you see that is what has been happening for so long?   They are ...

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Joplin, Missouri

Authored by Asia on Tue, May 24 2011 - 10:00 AM

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The tornado hit Joplin, Missouri on May 22. 2011. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/video/us-22424932/first-person-new-date-for-doomsday-25324024.html   ...

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Proposed Changes to the Affordable Care Act

Authored by roundtable on Fri, Mar 10 2017 - 06:38 AM

The present replacement to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) that is being discussed in Congress apparently has some drastic changes being proposed to Medicaid. I've heard 1 report that coverage for "middle aged" people in Medicaid is likely to be gutted. This would leave a lot of people in big trouble at the time of life when most people need ...

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What's in a Name?

Authored by roundtable on Sat, Jan 14 2017 - 12:25 AM

When John Paul was shot and injured about 1981 the assailant was charged by the Italian police and later tried in Italian court. Vatican City handles its own day to day affairs, however the Italian government handles the big issues. Is the Vatican ruled by Italy or by the Vatican? If you ask 3 people, likely you would get 4 different opinions. ...

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Children of Aleppo

Authored by roundtable on Sun, Nov 20 2016 - 09:16 AM

I realize some of the families in Aleppo do not want to leave because they have husbands who are rebels fighting in the area. However I believe most  of the civilians there want to get out. Widows and orphans especially have no reason to stay there. Most small children have little understanding of the historical hatred that has led to this ...

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Is a Christian Council Viable?

Authored by roundtable on Sat, Aug 27 2016 - 08:58 PM

In an August 24 poll Johnson was running at about 16 points in New Mexico and Jill Stein at 7 points in an August 16 Colorodo Quinnipac poll (realclearpolitics.com/epolls). Although it is unlikely either will get enough votes to become president, they might influence the outcome of the election. It is generally theorized that Stein could bleed ...

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MATURITY

Authored by m7thprophet on Sun, Jul 24 2016 - 03:56 PM

MATURITY IS A WORD THAAT IMPLIES A STATE OF FULL DEVELOPMENT MENTALLY, EMOTIONALLY AND PHYSICALL Y AND WITH EVERY PASSING DAY IT SEEMS THE ORDINARY CITIZENERY IS DEMONSTRATING A TOTAL LACK OF IT.  iN CENTRAL FLORIDa THIS WEEKEND EVERY ARGUMENT IN A BAR OR pUBLIC AREA ENDED IN A PUBLIC gUNFIGHT. THE NUMBER OF INJUrIES AND DEATHS IS NOT AS ...

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70th Anniversary of V-E Day

Authored by roundtable on Sat, May 09 2015 - 08:31 AM

Congratulations to all the French, American, Canadian and other allied troops who fought against the Nazi war machine and achieved victory against Hitler 70 years ago. I'd like to leave out, however troops that were loyal to Stalin. Historical records show that Stalin preferred Hitler as an ally. Not only by the "Molotov - Ribbentrop pact" but ...

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A Word in Due Season about Africa

Authored by roundtable on Fri, Apr 24 2015 - 11:40 AM

  The Bible says that: "a word in due season is like pitchers of silver" and Mr  Charles Huber has done that.   Mr Huber sits as a member of German parliament and his father was a diplomat from Senegal.   Mr Huber has said that:   "we have to work with African governments on a concept for how we're going to develop ...

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Cap and Trade

Authored by roundtable on Tue, Apr 21 2015 - 05:49 PM

  A number of governments around the world are looking at "cap and trade" mechanisms to reduce pollution. Although "cap and trade" has the potential to reduce some pollution, to me it looks more like a motivational tool to prod corporations into action. What is really needed are new technologies  like advanced design scrubbers to reduce ...

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Satan's Delusion

Authored by roundtable on Mon, Apr 06 2015 - 10:26 AM

  Many people in the world are trying to put wind in their sails by letting themselves be deceived by fascism and the anti Semitism that goes with it. Satan has used that bait and switch routine many times and has always captured some victims. Some anti Semites live a complete lifespan and others don't. The ones that live a lifetime burn out ...

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Mysteries of Jerusalem

Authored by roundtable on Sun, Mar 15 2015 - 04:22 PM

Sid Roth has a new DVD out called: "Israel, the Supernatural and  You". Of course Sid Roth has had a television show for many years, so why make a DVD?  Does he cover many details about the mysteries of Jerusalem that may be too intense for a general audience, is that possible? I think that is possible, but also it seems to be on a more ...

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January 2015

Authored by roundtable on Sat, Jan 17 2015 - 04:13 PM

  Credit to the government of Chad if they actually send in the troops they promised to Nigeria and Cameroon to fight Boko Haram. It is becoming more apparent that the real metal that ISIS and Boko Haram are made of are the "rape , pillage and murder" philosophy you find throughout history. Another thing that people are looking at is "why is ...

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Christians in Places of Conflict

Authored by roundtable on Sat, Dec 27 2014 - 05:53 PM

  The Christians who are from Syria, Iraq and other areas of conflict like Egypt have faced much sore persecution and anguish in the last year.   To those who are in refugee camps and still caught in the crossfire, I would like to quote some passages spoken by Jesus from The Gospel of John:   John chapter 16:   2: ...

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Profounder Debate Flies Under The Radar In Santa Fighter Jet Escort Fiasco

Authored by FMeekins1 on Fri, Dec 19 2014 - 08:45 PM

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NORAD was criticized last year for its annual Santa-tracking public outreach. One might think such a concern expressed would be about military resources diverted to what essentially amounts to frivolous entertainment or the result of upon additional reflection realizing that, if the military industrial complex is willing to go along with such a ...

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Hospital Rape Kits

Authored by roundtable on Wed, Nov 12 2014 - 06:47 PM

  On November 12 2014 CBS News carried a report about "rape kits" and how some states are charging for tests. The tests are used to determine whether a rape has taken place. Sometimes a woman can receive a bill for thousands of dollars after the tests. I can see charging that fee if it turns out that the woman turns out not to have been ...

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The Wedge

Authored by roundtable on Fri, Oct 24 2014 - 05:41 AM

  It seems to me like some of the feminist media are becoming a little nasty again and are trying to have a field day with some surveillance video clips.   A handful of overly violent athletes don't make up the whole league, or the whole nation.   What athletic guys should remember is that they usually have a hundred pounds on ...

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A Word of Warning To Those Considering Joining ISIL

Authored by roundtable on Mon, Sep 22 2014 - 06:48 PM

  If a word of God comes to an Arab it is no greater than any other word God has spoken to anyone, because He has made it clear: "He doesn't change". If something has fundamentally changed then it has to be considered suspect until proven otherwise. God destroyed most of the world BECAUSE IT WAS TOO VIOLENT before the Great Flood. Why would ...

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Siege of Donetsk

Authored by roundtable on Sun, Aug 10 2014 - 06:58 PM

I strongly urge President Poroshenko to allow the Red Cross to bring food and medicine into the city of Donetsk. If that is not possible, there is nothing wrong with Kiev taking action and delivering food and medicine to the war torn city itself. If Kiev delivers the relief supplies themselves they can better control how and what gets into the ...

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The Illegal Immigration Problem

Authored by roundtable on Thu, Jul 17 2014 - 07:48 AM

  A little while back Sarah asked me to comment on the huge influx of refugee children coming into the US, and I responded.   However last evening I got another idea: Why don't a lot of Christians get together and buy a ranch in Mexico and later even in Honduras for migrating children?   A lot of people are complaining how the ...

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Kurdistan and Iraq

Authored by roundtable on Fri, Jun 20 2014 - 09:58 PM

  With the onslaught of ISIS it seems that the Kurds are doing more than anyone else in Iraq to be helpful. They are protecting around half a million refugees (apparently both Sunnis and Shi'ites) and are not backing down when ISIS attacks. Perhaps it is the Kurds that should be receiving the most help from the US. Of course this would make ...

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Gun Rampage Crisis

Authored by roundtable on Sun, May 25 2014 - 09:29 AM

  Not many people (as a percentage) want to give up the "right to bear arms" in the USA, and many of those who are willing are reluctant. However the list of emotionally unstable people who are willing to murder strangers just keeps on growing. And if you denied gun ownership to people who are considered emotionally unstable it would take ...

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Response Times

Authored by roundtable on Fri, May 02 2014 - 07:24 AM

  Response times for school shootings and similar tragedies has I think improved somewhat during the last year, and I applaud the police and ambulance services.   In other areas however, things are not so good, and I'm looking also at the global landscape.   When the Tea Party first began in the USA they seemed to hold so much ...

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The Legacy of Nelson Mandela

Authored by roundtable on Sat, Dec 07 2013 - 10:52 AM

  Shortly after Mandela died, Archbishop Desmond Tutu responded to the people who thought that South Africa would "go up in flames"  because Mandela wasn't around anymore. Tutu said that would be denying the legacy of Nelson Mandela.   If people remember the lessons that Mandela taught in his speeches then the positive principles ...

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