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Prepper expert: U.S. church not ready for what’s coming

The American church is weak. It’s an unfortunate truth says Jake McCandless, the head of Prophecy Simplified and the author of the new book “Spiritual Prepper: Tapping Into Overlooked Prophecies To Prepare You For Doomsday.” “Following Christ is not an easy road,” said McCandless. “It’s a blessed road, but it’s not an easy road. And our […] …

Actor James Woods pummels TIME magazine after they publish story with ‘blatant lie’ about Republicans

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was confirmed to the high court on Friday after Senate Republicans controversially used the “nuclear option” to get his confirmation… …

WaterCooler 04/08/17; Open Thread; Call The Law; What Comes Around Goes Around; I Have Two Pairs

Call The Law: Officer Kyle Roder of the Eau Claire Police Department received a voicemail threating IRS action, a typical scam; he returned that call, and it makes for interesting viewing Here is the video.   It’s Not All Bad News:   Taped inside Courtney Connolly’s wallet is a message from a fortune cookie forecasting that she will soon receive pleasant news. Courtney needed $141 | Read More »
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Liberal ‘justice’ reporter masterfully trolled after claiming Gorsuch not a ‘legitimate’ SCOTUS judge

The “justice” editor at liberal media outlet ThinkProgress was trolled by Republicans on Twitter Friday after he claimed that Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch is… …

‘To ignore the danger of aggression is simply to invite it’

Five-Star General Omar Bradley died April 8, 1981. In August 1944, General Omar Bradley led the 12th Army Group in France and Germany, consisting of a million men in four armies. President Johnson addressed him, May 23, 1964: “General Bradley, you were the field commander of more American fighting troops than any commander in any […] …

This day in WND history: Union troops’ Civil War crimes revisited

Forget? No way. Union troops’ Civil War crimes revisited April 8, 2001: On this day 16 years ago – one day before the 136th anniversary of General Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Court House – WND reported on efforts of a southern heritage group to petition Congress to conduct “a thorough, non-partisan” review of what […] …

Tea party cheers GOP nuking of ‘partisan’ Gorsuch filibuster

Senate Republicans voted to end the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees Thursday after Democrats refused to advance the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to a final vote, a move grassroots conservatives say had to happen out of respect for the Constitution. Republicans cited the precedent of Democrats from November 2013, when then-Senate Majority Leader Harry […] …