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UN Appoints First Investigator on LGBT ‘Discrimination’

UN Appoints First Investigator on LGBT ‘Discrimination’ By Julio Severo The U.N. Human Rights Council has appointed Vitit Muntarbhorn of Thailand as the first U.N. investigator charged with investigating “homophobic” policies, including “violence” and “discrimination” based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The initiative is the result of a U.N.…

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Islamic Terror Is Driving Us Toward a Police State

Islamic Terror Is Driving Us Toward a Police State By Todd Strandberg The frequency of Islamic terror attacks has become so common in the world that we regularly see multiple events occur during the span of a week. The lack of activity during the latter part of August and the…

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ICANN and Obama’s Disastrous Internet Giveaway

ICANN and Obama’s Disastrous Internet Giveaway By Tony Perkins Al Gore may not have invented the internet, but his government is responsible for managing it! For more than 20 years, a little-known nonprofit called ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has been at the controls of the web’s…

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Dark Charisma

Dark Charisma By Matt Ward “For I am going to raise up a shepherd over the land who will not care for the lost, or seek the young, or heal the injured, or feed the healthy, but will eat the meat of the choice sheep, tearing off their hooves. Woe…

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Going, Going, Gone

Going, Going, Gone By Daymond Duck When the auctioneer says “going . . . going . . . ” buyers know that he is close to saying “gone” and the bidding will be over. The auctioned item will no longer be available. When the baseball announcer says “going . .…

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The Government’s Takeover of the World Wide Web

The Government's Takeover of the World Wide Web By Bill Perkins Shush...they don’t want you to know this, but.... One of the reasons Barack Hussein Obama kept the government shutdown continuing could have been to keep the eyes off a secret free-trade agreement he is negotiating between the U.S., Australia,…

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The Professors of the Modern-Day Church

The Professors of the Modern-Day Church By J.L. Robb Church today is not your Grandma’s church, at least not in the big city. Fire and brimstone has been replaced with rock ‘n roll. Big-screen TVs adorn the walls, so hymnals are almost unnecessary. In so many churches God just wants…

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Pope Francis and the One-World Religion

Pope Francis and the One-World Religion By Todd Strandberg The Roman Catholic Church has led the global Ecumenical Movement since soon after its inception. By heading the largest religious organization on the planet (which consists of 1.27 billion people), the Pope has a huge advantage in winning a contest for…

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Revisiting a Fearful Future

Revisiting a Fearful Future By Terry James I wrote a series of articles with the title "Scanning a Fearful Future" at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. The ten-article series involved the fears people were expressing through emails. Almost all emails involved great anxiety over what well-known…

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