Archive for January, 2013

January 4, 2013

Egyptian mag affirms Brotherhood infiltration of White House

Claims 6 American Muslims have strong influence on U.S. policy

 
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Effectively affirming the concerns of five much-maligned Republican House members and the evidence presented in an investigative book, an Egyptian magazine claims six American Muslim leaders who work with the Obama administration are Muslim Brotherhood operatives who have significant influence on U.S. policy.

Egypt’s Rose El-Youssef magazine, in a Dec. 22 story, said the six men turned the White House “from a position hostile to Islamic groups and organizations in the world to the largest and most important supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.”  Read more

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January 3, 2013

It’s the Drugs, Stupid!

pillsBy Charles Gant and Greg Lewis

 

Psychotropic drugs have been used for the purpose of suppressing fear and enabling murderous rage for a long time. In Dispatches, his extraordinary book about the war in Vietnam, Michael Herr passes this along about the use of drugs by American soldiers:

Going out at night the medics gave you pills. . . . I knew one 4th Division Lurp [Long-Range Reconnaissance Patrol] who took his pills by the fistful, downs from the left pocket of his tiger suit and ups from the right, one to cut the trail, the other to send him down it. He told me that they cooled things out just right for him, that he could see that old jungle at night like he was looking at it through a starlight scope.  Read more: 

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January 3, 2013

Passion 2013 Tells 60,000 Students: You Don’t Need an Event, You Need Jesus

By Ruth Malhotra , CP Guest Contributor/January 2, 2013|9:50 am
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(Courtesy of Passion Conference)
More than 60,000 college students have gathered for the four-day Passion 2013 conference – the largest single gathering of the movement in North America thus far – in Atlanta, Georgia, from January 1 to 4, 2013.

ATLANTA – A strong sense of anticipation, energy and purpose was evident all over downtown Atlanta Tuesday as over 60,000 students and ministry leaders from across the country and around the world descended on the Georgia Dome and Georgia World Congress Center for the Passion 2013 conference.

“Is this not incredible?” Passion founder and visionary architect Louie Giglio said as he surveyed the energized crowd. “It’s no longer a dream, but reality. And I can tell you that you are much louder tonight than the crowd watching football here last night!”

Passion staff and volunteer teams had worked tirelessly to set up the Georgia Dome in a matter of hours following the Chick-fil-A Bowl football game which ended late Monday night.  Read more

January 1, 2013

Has Chicago-Style Voter Fraud Come To California?

Katy Grimes by
 
Voter fraud is real. It always has been. Some political consultants have said that the Democratic Party has perfected it. If the November election is any example, voter fraud appears to be thriving in California.

But voter fraud is something that Republicans have traditionally refused to discuss. “The truth is that voter fraud occurs frequently, and it determines who wins elections infrequently,” election lawyer J. Christian Adams found. “The integrity of the electoral process is perhaps more important than who wins and loses an election. Lawlessness in elections corrodes the entire democratic process.

The sweeping Democratic wins in California have many scratching their heads.

No voter ID, provisional ballots, online registration

No voter identification required to vote in California, the increased use of provisional ballots, and online voter registration generate a trifecta for election fraud.  More…