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Just when you thought the US was inexplicably going down the tubes under the weight of political correctness, the truth comes out once again: money is still king in the land of Uncle Sam.
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A&E Caves: Unbending Fraternally-Correcting Duck Commander Back on Television

Thank God for Capitalism because that and that alone has saved us from the Gay Stormtroopers shutting down biblical truth and freedom of speech.

Money talks and BS walks and A&E knows it.  They know where their bread is buttered.

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December 26th is the feast of St. Stephen, the first martyr of the Church. It’s somewhat fitting that the day after we contemplate the delicacy of Christ in a manger, we now get back to reality and honour a man who gave his life for Christ.

Reading the story of St. Stephen in Acts 6-7 made me realize just how appropriate his witness is for today, in these times of political correctness pushed to the extreme of quasi-totalitarianism.

It starts with some dudes who pick an argument with Stephen. These dudes “belonged to the synagogue of the Freedmen (as it was called).” How appropriate. Today’s secularists are so eager to proclaim how they’ve been “freed” from the straight-jacket of religion. Little do they realize that they’ve enslaved themselves to all the possessions and pleasures they long for and can’t live without. They have no real freedom, because freedom means you’re able to say “yes” or “no”. If you can’t resist your urges and impulses, then you’re enslaved to them.
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Try this experiment.  On a Saturday evening, head over to your local sports bar while the hockey game is playing. Walk up to some random 20-something man at the bar and politely ask him if he’s gay in front of his girlfriend.

Warning #1: take a couple of steps back because his reply may consist of phalanges and metacarpals thrusting towards your head. Although it is no longer socially acceptable, men still are very defensive of their manhood.

If you successfully dodge the punch, ask the fellow what he thinks about putting his privates in another man’s anus. Warning #2: his response might include some expletives, but will essentially be a paraphrase of “that’s gross.” Read the rest of this entry »

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As of this writing, more than 116,000 people have signed. Join the winning team and beat back the stormtroopers.

Personally, I’m going to take A&E off my channel roster until he’s reinstated, not because I watch his show (never have) but because of principle (I do occasionally watch other A&E programming).

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My gosh…the liberals thought they were going to put a nail through the coffin on Christianity, but they didn’t expect such a backlash…and we got a huge bonus with a man who speaks Gospel in such a straightforward and disarming way. The homofascists must be pulling out their finely groomed hair.

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Hit the road, GLAAD.

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Steyn puts the smackdown on the Gay Duck hunters.

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Now that’s a really big surprise, isn’t it?  Another prime example of homosexuality and totalitarianism.  Is there a link?  It’s becoming increasingly hard to ignore.

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In 2007 Conservative party brass in Ottawa cut off Heather Stilwell’s run for the Conservative nomination in a B.C. riding. Stilwell had launched her campaign prior despite warnings that the Conservative Party would not allow her to run due to her history as a prominent advocate for the right-to-life and the traditional family. The party’s decision was reversed days after LifeSiteNews.com broke the story. Harper rejected the candidacy of outspoken social conservative John Pacheco, organizer of the 15,000-strong March for Marriage on Parliament Hill in 2005, during the Ottawa West nomination that same year in a move to protect the party’s preferred candidate John Baird, a staunch proponent of homosexual ‘marriage’. Pacheco, an unflinching pro-life advocate who runs the blog Socon or Bust, welcomed the news of Chong’s bill. “Since the political culture in Ottawa is firmly rooted in the culture of death, any structural change that lessens its grip and gives more influence and leverage to the pro-life movement and pro-life MPs is a good thing,” he told LifeSiteNews.com. “Time and time again, whether it’s abortion, gay ‘marriage’, or euthanasia, we see that the people are against these totalitarian and destructive ideologies, yet the political class and the power-brokers behind the scenes ram it through anyway.” Pacheco sees the bill as benefiting the political effort to protect unborn life. “It stands to reason that anything we can do to saturate government’s power is a good thing for the pro-life movement. This measure and any others like it should be strongly backed by people who value family and life,” he said. (Source)

Sooner or later, the totalitarian impulse is confronted.  It would be great if this Bill passed.  When I organized the March, I should have had the gonads to deny Harper a speaking platform.

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What else would you call it?

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Homosexualists are tipping their anti-Catholic bigotry hand.

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In the past, under JP2, the Church’s natural ally was the U.S. against communism.  Today, the Catholic Church looks to Russia and the Orthodox to counter the West’s slide into the totalitarianism of sin.

Very interesting times ahead.  I predict many years of closer and closer collaboration among between Catholics, Orthodox and other ecclesial communities.

The Cross and suffering always bring true Christians closer together.  An eternity of ecumenical clap trap does not amount to one drop of blood of a common witness to Christ.

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Yah!….with my best Harlem drawl…..Now that’s what I’m talkin’ about.

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A fulfillment of Fatima?

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During the hearing, Perron’s defense lawyer admitted that the principal used “wilful ignorance” to “overlook” the actions of his homosexual lover….Principal Perron was accused by staff of “foster[ing[ a climate of intimidation, manipulation, retaliation, threats and criticism”, making it difficult for anyone to raise a voice against him or his actions….Yvonne Monto, a teacher, secretary, and technician at the school, described the school as having “an absolutely toxic, unbearable atmosphere” because, she said, Perron controlled everything….  (Source)

Well, ladies, what do you expect when you keep voting for pro-homosexualist politicians?  Eventually, there are very personal consequences.  Opening the closet is not as benign as you were told.

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As your children think about career options, you should seriously consider whether it’s safe to choose a job serving the public where they might end up coerced to violate their beliefs or end up in jail. Perhaps a job in a factory or behind a desk would be a safer bet.

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The IRS is becoming a political entity.

Shades of the CHRC against Bishop Henry.

There is only one way of responding and that’s two fists on the steering wheel and full speed ahead.

Right on, Bill!

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The new persecution:  Money first, then your flesh when you have no more money or power.

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Europe and Hungary will only be renewed if they focus on traditions of praying and working, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said during a ceremony marking renovation works at the church of Ják in west Hungary. The new Constitution introduced last year includes the Christian roots of Hungary’s statehood at the behest of voters who brought Fidesz to power in 2010, Orbán said, adding that “we consider the path of St Stephen to be our own”.,,,(Source)

Hungary is going one way, the rest of the world is going the other.  Guess where you should make your financial investments, if you want to have something for retirement?

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