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News Item8/15/18 1:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Peter Grier wrote:
In an industry marked by dissembling and spin – and even outright lies – snippets of electronically captured moments often provide rare glimpses into a public figure’s true self, and the atmosphere in the rooms where it happens. Weapons, levers of influence, historical records: Tapes can be all these things. They can be quite useful for the person possessing them....

Omarosa Manigault Newman is just the latest figure to try and use the tale of the tape to support her version of a Washington narrative....

...In 2008, for instance, an unpaid volunteer for a Huffington Post citizen journalist initiative went to a Barack Obama fundraiser in San Francisco and recorded the then-candidate saying of white working-class voters, “They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them, or anti-immigrant sentiment, or anti-trade sentiment, as a way to explain their frustrations.”

Rival Hillary Clinton seized on the remark as a means to try and discredit Mr. Obama. They are still used by Obama’s critics as an example of what they call the former president’s elitism....

--Got a story to tell (or sell)? Better back it up with a tape. ❗👍

News Item8/15/18 12:55 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
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Carl, your comment sounds completely insane. But I'm afraid I'll have to agree. When some pastors were saying in the 1990s that sodomite marriage was on the way, most people said they were crazy. I guarantee you that polygamy will be legal before you know it. The toilet's flushing alot faster than we realize.

News Item8/15/18 12:46 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
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Neil wrote:
Sounds like a political bone thrown to the "Religious Right." This is not "putting God back into schools;" it is permission to display a trite theistic slogan, already on all our coins, which is so equivocal, it's meaningless. Given how many Americans behave, I would guess this god would be their bellies (Phil. 3:19).
If public schools *did* teach theology, they'd probably get it wrong anyway. Look at the wasteland of privately-funded theological seminaries. Be careful what you wish for.
Well said Neil! The last thing I would want as a parent is for any public school to teach my children scriptures or to even pray with them.

Most churches are politically correct these days. Can anyone imagine how PC schools would be?

Great comment.


News Item8/15/18 12:07 PM
Just a Guy | Mississippi  Find all comments by Just a Guy
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Probably drunk or on drugs...

News Item8/15/18 11:45 AM
Don Tian | Kidney Hills  Find all comments by Don Tian
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Eureka! This is the solution to the earlier news story posted here about South Carolina losing churches. If the SC govt would just bribe members to leave, you would have more people attending in the first place! They would come just to get the bribe later on.
And they could get cheaper Christian health insurance through one of those health-cost sharing plans, unless they have previous medical conditions that will not be covered, or expensive dental or eye problems that will not be covered. Oh well, life is not perfect, what can you do? Vote for Dems and hope they come up with a new govt plan to rescue you.

News Item8/15/18 11:38 AM
Don Tian | Kidney Hills  Find all comments by Don Tian
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Doesn't this remind you of that verse, "With their lips they proclaim me, but their hearts are far from me" Isaiah 29:13

So go ahead and post the commandments, but don't think you have earned a place in the hearts of the students.
Remember, according to an earlier story posted here, the kids are watching on average 21 hours a week of TV.


News Item8/15/18 11:34 AM
Don Tian | Kidney Hills  Find all comments by Don Tian
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This reminds me of whenever I am in a situation involving technology, like using a remote control for a TV, or setting up a computer to project slides onto a screen in a large room, and there are problems, the call goes out, not 'is there a doctor in the house' but rather, 'is there a 10-yr old in the house that can fix this?'
And you have to wonder about how they manage to watch 21 hours a week of TV (according to an earlier story posted here). I guess they get the smarter kids in China to do their homework and send it to them overnight.

News Item8/15/18 11:30 AM
Don Tian | Kidney Hills  Find all comments by Don Tian
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Yes, it does seem this is not limited to RCC, and that might be a reason why people are leaving churches today, though they might never cite it when given a survey, and a survey with prepared answers might not want to include it. If you were given a survey with these 4 answers: don't have time, don't like the people, don't like the sermons, or have to work on Sundays, and then 'other' would you cite other and then pencil in 'abuse by leaders'?

For the same reason, people would not send their kids to their city's summer camps in parks or after school programs. I don't see that happening.
Schools have also had to deal with this abuse problem, but I don't see a huge flood of people home-schooling their kids because of this.


News Item8/15/18 11:07 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
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Thanks Christopher and Dr. Tim, I get such encouragement from you all . Just more blessings from God.

News Item8/15/18 11:01 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
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Thanks James, he is a good hunter and we are just now running out of last years kill. We have lots of horns and deer heads hanging on the walls in our garage and I tease him that a thief would take one look and run the other way

News Item8/15/18 10:59 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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Sounds like a political bone thrown to the "Religious Right." This is not "putting God back into schools;" it is permission to display a trite theistic slogan, already on all our coins, which is so equivocal, it's meaningless. Given how many Americans behave, I would guess this god would be their bellies (Phil. 3:19).

If public schools *did* teach theology, they'd probably get it wrong anyway. Look at the wasteland of privately-funded theological seminaries. Be careful what you wish for.


News Item8/15/18 10:56 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Hi Dolores, what a great thing to have read just now. The way I saw it is that many of us have reacted in the moment, or out of stress from time to time...I sure have, so all was good with me anyway, and I also knew you had other stressors on your mind.

I'm real glad that you and your husband have been given some good news. 😊


News Item8/15/18 10:56 AM
Dr. Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
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Amen, Dolores! Good news indeed. I hope your husband lives long and prospers more and more.

News Item8/15/18 10:53 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
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I would like to add that my husband is not a Christian but is a believer in God(??) In other words I have been the spiritual leader in our home. Praying with our children, taking them to church, etc. He is head of our home in spite of that because I believe strongly in husband being head of the home as long as it doesn’t interfere with my spiritual life. He is a moral man and encouragement in things even spiritual. So I am thankful for that. My dad was a horrible husband to my mom and mean father. I loved him and keep praying. He got saved a few months before he died in a nursing home at age 85. So l continue to pray and never give up on anyone. God has blessed me with two sons that love God and we have many discussions on spiritual things.

News Item8/15/18 10:50 AM
Carl haydock | England  Contact via emailFind all comments by Carl haydock
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Frank,you are correct but the next step is homosexuality will be compulsory

News Item8/15/18 10:47 AM
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Dolores wrote:
I have a confession to make about the last post I put on here. I was not only wrong about the forum not being edifying to me because it has been and I have learned from others even when I disagree at times but I have sinned as well and ask forgiveness for allowing my temper to say things I shouldn’t have. I have asked God’s forgiveness and have felt He wants me to ask forgiveness here as well. So I do and thanks for any prayers for my husband who had a good report on the Renal Sonagram. Even talking about going hunting in a few months (always a good sign that he is feeling better).
Great news on your husband. I hope he bags a few when he goes hunting. The Lord delights in mercy (Mic. 7:18) as do all who are His. Glory in our faults humbles us to glory in what is worth Glorying in. Some of those things are found in JER 9:24.

News Item8/15/18 10:23 AM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
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I have a confession to make about the last post I put on here. I was not only wrong about the forum not being edifying to me because it has been and I have learned from others even when I disagree at times but I have sinned as well and ask forgiveness for allowing my temper to say things I shouldn’t have. I have asked God’s forgiveness and have felt He wants me to ask forgiveness here as well. So I do and thanks for any prayers for my husband who had a good report on the Renal Sonagram. Even talking about going hunting in a few months (always a good sign that he is feeling better).

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Peter Keller | Iowa  Contact via emailFind all comments by Peter Keller
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Oops I meant Amish

News Item8/15/18 10:10 AM
Peter Keller | Iowa  Contact via emailFind all comments by Peter Keller
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Hey Amish Christian, where are you from? Because I am from Kalona, Iowa and see a lot of Iowa

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Amishchristian | Mid-West  Contact via emailFind all comments by Amishchristian
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I suppose it’s a good practice to display biblical mottos. But we better not forget that we Christians should be walking mottos. A consistent Christian life will speak louder than words. Do we live out all that the New Testament instructs us to do?
Just one small example is being careful to practice 1 Tim. 2:11-14, but then completely ignoring 1 Cor. 11:4,5.
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