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10 things real men love more than a woman’s butt

An awful lot of fuss has been made lately about a celebrity booty pic that supposedly cracked the internet.

I haven’t seen it, have no desire to see it, won’t see it, and won’t, although I have an opinion, comment on it.

What I will do however, is give you ten things that are always more attractive than any booty pic, or any other naked or semi-naked pic, for that matter. Continue reading


Does one of these people know why you skipped church yesterday?

You might be all out of reasons not to go to church. Continue reading

The Gay mafia and Soviet supression of ideas

  Let’s talk about Soviet-style repression of ideas. “Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.” Joseph Stalin Can’t let people in a civilized society have their own ideas about religion, marriage, and homosexuality, now can we? Over at NRO, Kevin D. … Continue reading

Just what the world needed. Mandatory psychological exams for school kids

Good news. There is a bill pending in NYC that would make it mandatory for children to obtain a health certificate that shows they are psychologically fit to attend public school, most of the bill is below. First, I couldn’t find that this bill has a co-sponsor so I doubt it will go anywhere but … Continue reading

The Corruption of #MLK’s Dream…

Originally posted on Two Heads are Better Than One:
We originally posted this last summer, but on the national holiday named for Dr. King, it seems to still be pertinent today. …Depressingly so, actually.  –JTR ————— When the Photoshopped image of Martin Luther King in a Trayvon-esque hoodie started to make the rounds on Twitter…

Heartbreaking letter by 12 year old to future self before untimely death

This is a sad yet amazing story of unbelievable faith. TAYLOR Smith. 12, died suddenly last weekend from complications due to pneumonia. Taylor’s parents say they found some comfort this week in an unexpected place: a letter that Taylor herself wrote — to her future, 22-year-old self. Read more here. About the death of his … Continue reading

Phil Robertson was right, Christians should judge

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.”                              -Romans 12:2 Matt K. Lewis has in interesting take on Phil Robertson being suspended from Duck Dynasty, the … Continue reading

Pat Davis, Progress Now Use Tragedy to Push Anti-Gun Agenda

Originally posted on Political Fireball:
Yesterday, the smoke had not even cleared after an eighteen-year-old brandished a shotgun and brought terror to Arapahoe High School in Colorado when radical gun control advocates in New Mexico began to push their agenda on us. Progress Now New Mexico was quick to “jump the gun” and blame GUNS…

Was America once a Christian nation?

Originally posted on Armor of God:
By Bill Federer via American Minute Was America once a Christian nation? Exclusive: Bill Federer looks at Obama’s 2006 statement in light of state constitutions “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation.”  – President Barack Obama, June 28, 2006 Wouldn’t it be interesting to find…

Planned Parenthood- Abortion No Matter What

Think you know the truth about Planned Parenthood? By Students For Life Read more from the author here.

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