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Repeal the ObamaCare individual mandate
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Be firm, be bold, be strong be true ...
And dare to stand alone;
Strive, strive for the right, whate'er you do.
Tho' helper there be none,
Tho' helper there be none.
Stand for the right, and hold your ground,
Tho' proud lips coldly sneer;
A poisoned arrow cannot wound;
A conscience pure and clear,
A conscience pure and clear.
Christian boldness requires determined support of the TRUTH ...
It is cowardice to yield. We might fight manfully for the truth; so Christ did, so did the Apostles, so did early Christians. We must defend the truth everywhere, in all our interaction with those in error. There must be no yielding, no compromising, no disposition to lower down truth, to hide it's point, to make the sword of the Spirit powerless, no unwillingness to use it if called upon!
Lord, look upon their threats and grant to your servants to continue to speak your word with all boldness ...
"So why are those who wear the band of Allah so filled with rage? And why is this rage directed primarily at Israel and the Christian West? . . .But it took an ex-Muslim who happened to see the name of his former god, "Allah," mirrored in the Greek characters to solve this riddle. . .One wonders what John must have been thinking as he gazed at the symbols for "Allah" and "Jihad" nearly six centuries before the religion of Islam came into existence. .
"So why are those who wear the band of Allah so filled with rage? And why is this rage directed primarily at Israel and the Christian West? . . .But it took an ex-Muslim who happened to see the name of his former god, "Allah," mirrored in the Greek characters to solve this riddle. . .One wonders what John must have been thinking as he gazed at the symbols for "Allah" and "Jihad" nearly six centuries before the religion of Islam came into existence. . .The word "count" (from the Greek, psephizo) in this verse may also be translated as reckon, or decide. The word "number" (from the Greek, arithmos)may also refer to a multitude (as in peoples and nations). . .Had the original Greek-to-English translators interpreted this passage with the benefit of context, perhaps they would have transliterated it thusly: "Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding reckon the multitude of the beast: for it is the multitude of a man; and his multitude is 'in the name of Allah.'"
See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0057bZ3Pi0
Displaced Syrians will likely make up the next big wave of Muslim refugees coming to America.
Since the early 1990s, the United Nations high commissioner for refugees has selected more than 200,000 refugees from Islamic countries to be resettled in the United States. Most of them have come from Somalia and Iraq.
Syria could soon be added to the mix in the midst of that country’s brutal civil war. The Obama administration has been greasing the skids for the Syrian refugees for months, WND has learned, and the refugees will soon be dumped on American cities throughout the U.S.
In February, the State Department moved to ease the rules that protect the U.S. from accepting refugees with potential ties to terrorist organizations. The rules were seen as “too strict” by the refugee-resettlement groups that lobby Congress and the administration to continuously let in more Muslims from the war-torn Middle East.
Then on Sept. 4, a U.S. State Department spokeswoman hinted at her daily press briefing that a new wave of refugees will soon be coming from another predominantly Muslim nation – Syria.
“The United Nations high commissioner for refugees just this year started referring Syrian refugees to the United States for processing,” said Marie Harf. “Obviously, we have several thousand in the pipeline, and that number will continue to go up.”
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/09/u-n-to-dump-f......
University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, Women’s and Gender Studies: Locating Queer Culture
Our goal is to learn different methods for researching “queer culture,” with a special focus on the local context. Explores two research methods in depth: history and ethnography. Students will produce their own original research based on genuine gaps in existing knowledge. Provides an opportunity to learn both received knowledge about queer culture, as well as that which we do not yet know. By the end of this course, the class will collectively produce new knowledge about queer culture using local stories.
University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, Women’s and Gender Studies: Hip Hop Feminism
Explores how hip hop has shaped the culture, aesthetics, experiences, and perspectives of an emergent generation of artists, scholars, and writers with several aims: 1) To challenge systemic social inequalities. 2) To articulate new visions of justice that depend on the power young people possess. To better understand how and why the relationship between hip hop and feminism is coherent, meaningful, and compelling, students will become familiar with artists working within and beyond various elements of hip hop (rap, graffiti, emceeing, dee-jaying, etc.), social critics concerned with documenting hip hop’s cultural practices, and critical educator (broadly defined).
Pennsylvania State University, Philosophy Department: Understanding the Obamas
Barack Hussein Obama’s ascension to the U.S. presidency struck many people as evidence that an old era had ended and a new one was dawning. Many accounts of this historic shift quickly emerged, with Mr. Obama heralded as the prophet of everything from post-partisan politics to a post-imperial and, most famously, post-racial America. These conceptions of the Obama presidency as somehow bringing a phase of history to a close raise the questions that organize this course. Does the election of a black president mean that the US has become post-racial? Does the peculiar resistance to Michelle Obama undermine the claims of post-racialism? Does the election of this black president – a man who is in some ways as white or Asian as black, and who has no civil rights ‘struggle credentials’ – mean that the US politics and culture have entered a post-black or post-civil rights moment? Have the multiple global crises on Mr. Obama’s plate made him our first post-imperial president?
Pennsylvania State University, Women’s and Gender Studies: Black & White Sexuality
This course explains how narrow ways of thinking limit our understanding of the diverse expressions of human sexuality.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/09/15/the-da...... (this is a link to page 3, so reverse yourself and see the other moronic courses being offered *smh*)
DON"T BELEIVE A WORD THIS F**CKER SAYS
Read between the lines and what he's doing behind closed doors. This is nothing more than another plan to disarm Americans
President Obama recalled the one-year anniversary of the Washington Navy Yard shootings, calling it an "an unspeakable act of violence."
"As we remember men and women taken from us so senselessly, we keep close their family and friends, stand with the survivors who continue to heal and pay tribute to the first responders who acted with skill and bravery," he said in a statement released on Tuesday.
Obama also called for Americans to reject the ideas that shootings were the "new normal," calling for "common-sense" gun control and increased security on military bases.
"One year ago, 12 Americans went to work to protect and strengthen the country they loved. Today, we must do the same – rejecting atrocities like these as the new normal and renewing our call for common-sense reforms that respect our traditions while reducing the gun violence that shatters too many American families every day," he concluded.
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