Month: April 2017

Thousands expected to hit streets for May Day protests

By -NO AUTHOR- (USA TODAY) — Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets Monday in massive May Day events across the USA mostly protesting the policies of President Trump. May Day — also known as International Worker’s Day — has spawned protests around the globe in past years highlighting workers’ Read More …

Ronald Reagan told us what we need to say today

By Bill Federer Gladiators in Rome There were ten major persecutions of Christians in the first three centuries: Nero A.D. 54-68 Domition A.D. 81- 96 Trajan A.D. 98-117 Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius Antoninus A.D. 138-180 Severus A.D. 193 – 211 Maximus A.D. 235-238 Decius A.D. 249-251 Valerian A.D. 253-260 Aurelian A.D. 274-287 Diocletian A.D. Read More …

Rebel Catholics ordain woman priest

By -NO AUTHOR- (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER) — An international group defiantly opposed to the Roman Catholic Church’s ban on women priests Sunday ordained its first woman Catholic priest in the 46 counties that make up the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte. The ordination ceremony for Abigail Eltzroth happened in Asheville at Jubilee! – a nondenominational faith community Read More …

Trump’s headed to Israel. Are you?

By -NO AUTHOR- WASHINGTON – President Trump plans to be in Israel May 23 to help the Jewish state celebrate the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem June 7 during the Six Day War of 1967. Israel is looking forward to the arrival, with Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely saying: “Since Trump entered the Read More …

Promoting Shariah? 1 state would make it illegal to investigate

By Jack Minor Democratic legislators in California hope to add their state to the list of those that have adopted religious freedom bills. However, unlike other bills intended to protect individual rights of conscience with regard to same-sex “marriage,” the bill effectively protects Islamic terrorists by barring law enforcement and immigration authorities from collecting information Read More …

New evidence Shroud dates to 1st century

By -NO AUTHOR- An expert on ancient Roman coins say he has identified those that cover the eyes of the Man of the Shroud, providing more evidence that the ancient burial cloth could have been used to cover the body of Jesus. Agostino Sferrazza, a numismatist, concludes in an interview with the French-language RCF Liège, Read More …

George Soros fixes eye on new enemy

By Paul Bremmer Billionaire George Soros George Soros appears to have fixed his eye on a new enemy – a proposed Article V Convention. Operatives from Soros-funded organizations have been caught on camera lobbying state legislators in at least two states to oppose an Article V Convention resolution. Anthony Gutierrez of Common Cause Texas, a Read More …

Statue of Jesus ‘moves head’ during Mass

By -NO AUTHOR- (THE SUN) — CHURCHGOERS have hailed a ‘miracle’ after a statue of Jesus moved its head during mass. Footage apparently recorded by a member of the congregation shows the figure in the top right corner of the shot during a service. But halfway through the clip, the figure’s head suddenly moves from Read More …

Wikipedia boss edited own profile to scrub porn ties

By -NO AUTHOR- (HEATSTREET) — Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales bravely rode into battle against fake news this week, announcing a new media venture called Wikitribune. He said it would harness the powers of the crowd and be above the failings of most news outlets, enabling readers to really trust it. But how does Wales’s own Read More …