Do I believe God is real, yes! do I believe he can heal the sick? Of course!
An Israeli woman and her doctor say they believe the malignant, rapidly growing cancerous tumor in her leg was healed by prayer.
Therese Daoud recounted her experience to Israel’s Channel 2 on Friday night after she was diagnosed with a malignant tumor in her leg. After the surgery to amputate her limb was canceled three times for bureaucratic reasons, the devout Christian woman believed it was a sign that she should forego medical intervention and instead pray.
Miraculously when she arrived at her next screening five months after her initial diagnosis, doctors discovered her tumor had completely disappeared.
Wyblog leads off with some sage advice for the Senate GOP
The Other McCain: family values
Donald Douglas has Sunday Rule 5 links a plenty
Theo Spark has the sad truth about small cars
Stephen Green has a reality check for those demonizing video games
Zion’s Trumpet notes the latest bit of BS from the Left, Christian Privilege!
Knuckledraggin has a dirty mind
I Love Bacon gets Texas
Hookers and Booze makes us laugh
Right Way has a great Friday Babe
Victory Girls has an important post up!
Wine Women and Politics has a GREAT statement about those offended by guns
Double Trouble has Santa’s take on Obama
Soylent Siberia: NOW it is a party! NSFW
Miss K has some inspiration from nature
Guns and Bikinis has a NSFW gal
Feral Irishman has some classic guitar
Weasel Zippers has your moral retardation of the day
The Lonely Conservative has no patience for the scum at LGF
Classic Liberal: Chyler Leigh is hot and ponzi schemes suck
That MR. G Guy: South Carolina gets it!
Stogie: White Snowman? RAAAAACIST!
Reaganite Republican: Now THIS is funny!
Randy has WOW
Regular Right Guy: Leftism=Racism
Say Anything has a reporter in trouble for reporting
Protein Wisdom: Mike Rowe on college
Pitsnipes has some motivation for us all
Carol needs some prayers, and some encourgaement
Old Virginia notes the close ties between the Scots, and Southerners!
Nice Deb has movies, lots of movies, mostly mocking ObamaCare, or FailCare if you prefer
Motor City Times, has the latest inanity from the Gore Cult of Climate Change
Moonbattery has Obama Scandal Commemorative Plates
American Perspective compares Houston and Chicago gun control zealots hardest hit
Maggie’s Notebook: Some people take being on the debate team way too seriously
Mad Jewess has a great thought on Offended Liberals
Lowering the Boom lowers the Boom on higher-priced groping at airports
Just a Conservative Girl sums up the Santa is White dust up
It Ain’t Holy Water has video of the dangers of walking in windy Finland
There is a new Intellectual Froglegs out, check it out!
I’m 41 notes the Left’s War on Megyn Kelly
Legal Insurrection has more bad news about ObamaCare
He is Pretty Fly compares ObamaCare price hikes to well………..
Postal Dog has some nice Rule 5 NSFW
Grandpa John introduces Obama’s new press secretary
Girls Just Wanna Have Guns exposes the ignorance of gun grabbers
Doug Ross: Lawless
Doug Powers: Now OFA is screwing up Christmas too!
Doug Giles warns men that looking at women is the new taboo
Cordite in the Morning makes me laugh
Matt has some great Links, and Christmas music
Bob Belvedere has Rule 5 Saturday
Blackmailers Don’t Shoot has lots of volleyball girls
Bearing Arms- Arapahoe High shooter was stopped by armed officer on school grounds
Go read this brilliant piece by Kurt Schlister. A small sampling to whet your appetite
There’s nothing like the holidays for laughing at anti-religious malcontents being driven to madness by the thought of Christians and Jews celebrating their faiths. Crosses, menorahs, happy people with satisfying personal lives – these things drive the militant atheists into a sputtering rage.
Watching them fume is the gift that keeps on giving.
Normal atheists just don’t believe in God, and those of us who do, figure that’s between them. They respect our religion and we respect their right to have no part of it. Sure, some religious folks talk to people about their faith, but it’s not clear why someone advocating his beliefs to another is committing a terrible faux pas. After all, the believer believes he’s trying to do the recipient a favor. The proper response if one is uninterested isn’t exaggerated indignation but a polite, “No thanks.”
That’s how things should work in a pluralistic society where people believe different things. Sometimes you come into contact with people who don’t share your ideas. We call that “diversity” – not the bogus “crush all opposition to progressivism” diversity of the left but real American diversity. The key is not to be a jerk – that goes for both the person sharing his views and the person hearing them.
But jerkiness is the difference between the decent guy who’s just not feeling the connection with the Lord and the smug militant atheist who thinks that putting a fish sticker with legs that says “Darwin” on his Prius is biting social commentary.
Odds this was unintentional hovering around zero percent.
WASHINGTON – One nation under God? Under President Obama, maybe not so much.
In advance of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, which President Abraham Lincoln delivered on November 19, 1863, filmmaker Ken Burns gathered every living President, along with several prominent members of Congress, celebrities and news media stars to deliver the address themselves. Burns edited the individual speeches into one final mashup that is available on the site, but he also provided the complete speech as delivered by each individual dignitary.
Curiously enough, in his version of the speech, President Barack Obama’s delivery contained an omission – in a line that every other celebrity delivered as “that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom” (click here for proof of that), the President left out the words “under God.”
You can see the President’s reading of the Gettysburg speech here – his omission at the 1:35 mark.