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Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 31 2013

The Pentagon Most Certainly is Listening to Mikey Weinstein

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For an undetermined number of years, adorning a wall in the Wagon Wheel dining hall at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho was an inspirational piece of artwork proclaiming the message of Matthew 5:9 — “Blessed are the peacemakers” — because nothing says “peacemaker” like the image of the medieval crusader that this message …

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May 26 2013

Sunday Funnies

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May 20 2013

Congressman Who Fell for Onion Story Still Hasn’t Learned to Check His Facts

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Just about a year ago, one of our more news-savvy members of Congress showed off his discerning assessment of news sources by posting a very important article on his Facebook page. The article, revealing the shocking news that Planned Parenthood had opened an “$8 Billion Abortionplex,” was from one of the nation’s most highly respected …

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May 19 2013

Sunday Funnies

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May 14 2013

Col. Larry Wilkerson on “Christianity of the Inquisition in the US Army” (VIDEO)

Colin Powell’s former chief of staff and the newest member of MRFF’s Advisory Board, Col. Larry Wilkerson, on The Real News:

May 12 2013

Sunday Funnies

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May 10 2013

A Shitstorm of Biblical Proportions (and I haven’t had time to write a damn thing about it)

By now I’m sure most readers here have caught at least a turd or two of the shitstorm created by the lies from Breitbart.com and FOX News about Mikey Weinstein and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF). The gist of the lies is that the military plans to start court-martialing Christian service members for simply …

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May 05 2013

Sunday Funnies

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. . . Painting the Church There was a Scottish painter named Smokey MacGregor who was very interested in making a penny where he could, so he often thinned down his paint to make it go a wee bit further. As it happened, he got away with this for some time, but eventually the local …

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