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The Care and Feeding of a Small, Dependent Judeo-Christian God

“America Bless God” — Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church, Rockland Maine

“America Bless God Ministry’s purpose is to awaken our country and the world to how we can truly bless God. It is our obedience to God which truly blesses Him. We must live according to His Word, the Bible.” — America Bless God Ministry Thoughts […]

Daniel P. Coughlin Is The Establishment of Religion in Congress

The office of the Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives is not merely a position of government-established religion. It appears to be particularly a Christian position. There has never been a non-Christian religious official who has held the position of House Chaplain. Women may be interested to know that a woman has never served in the position. […]

Barack Obama Defends Bringing David Duke to Speak at Inauguration

At a news conference yesterday, Barack Obama defended his decision to bring White Supremacist David Duke to invoke his presidency at the Inauguration. David Duke opposed the election of this Black man as president because “Obama is not a person who would defend the rights and heritage of the European-American people.” Regardless, Barack Obama reasserted […]

God The Schmuck Left America With 3 Percent of Its Needs

If Sarah Palin is right, and the oil that’s in the ground was placed there as a blessing by God, God only blessed the United States with 3 percent of the oil it needs. That’s a 97 percent blessing deficit for the USA! […]

Very First DNC Speaker Claims God Working for the Democrats

You know, the speeches given at the 2008 Democratic National Convention are not casual affairs. They’re not idiosyncratic expressions of individual notions. They’re read, re-read and carefully vetted by committees of Democratic Party bureaucrats to ensure that the ideas expressed in them are consistent with the message and tone the DNC wants to convey. So […]