We do hours of research to bring you "What Others Are Saying."
Why do we do it? Because most of the MLM (Main Line Media) is so
biased toward the Liberal view. You should know that there is another
side to consider, so as one TV network says: "We report -- you decide."
Carl Moeller (Open Doors, USA): "Persecuted Christians count on us
for prayer support and solidarity to stand alongside them as they often
endure unspeakable affliction and hardship for the sake of the Gospel.
When one of us suffers, we all suffer. We must not forget them."
Dennis Cramer (in Charisma magazine): "Many in the church have
gradually, and somewhat unknowingly become biblically ignorant,
unaware or stunted. And doctrinally speaking, anything goes. There is
now widespread acceptance of 'marginal to heretical' doctrines. Just
25 years ago individuals would have been thrown out of the church if
caught teaching these heresies..."
Dr. Michael Evans (Jerusalem Prayer Team): "Attack after murderous
attack occurs…in Israel, in nations around the world, and even here in
America. A homicidal maniac screaming 'Allah Akbar' guns down
innocent civilians or blows himself up to kill Jews and Christians. Why?
What drives this demonic rage? The answer is Islam. Though politically-
correct commentators like to call Islam a religion of peace, which is
historically and theologically inaccurate. Islam is a religion of the
sword, born and spread through conquest and war."
Chuck Colson (in BreakPoint):"There's another aspect of the growing
wave of persecution against Christians. The Bible, remember, is replete
with warnings of judgment upon those who persecute God's people, or
aid and abet that persecution. God will not be mocked in the Middle
East. Nor will He in Washington, D.C."
Alan Gottlieb (Chairman, AmeriPAC): "Like it or not, You are now
being ruled more by a dictator than a duly-elected President...Barack
Hussein Obama will continue to do whatever is necessary to move his
radical agenda forward. With the help of Executive Orders, like a
dictator, Mr. Obama will rule over the legislative branch of government."
Gary Bauer (in End of Day column): "Those of us who believe in the
founding promise of America -- that all men are created equal and are
endowed by our Creator with the inalienable right to life -- must
continue to 'fight the good fight' until the day when all of America's
children are welcomed into the world and protected by our laws."
A bit longer than usual, but these are essentially "One Liners" . . .
Clay Waters (director, Times Watch): "Judging by what I’ve heard
from my fellow conservatives, the issue is decided. The New York Times
is a worthless, truthless, vicious institution. But I disagree. I think
things are worse than that."
Michelle Malkin (Syndicated Columnist): "The case of abortionist
Kermit Gosnell is no anomaly. It's the logical, bloodcurdling
consequence of an evil, eugenics-rooted enterprise wrapped in
And here, as always, are a few random "Afterthoughts" . . .
26 states are now taking legal action against Obamacare. While the
now Republican controlled House was voting to repeal Obamacare, 6
more states joined with Florida and 19 other states in the lawsuit against
Mr. Obama's health care reform law, meaning that more than half of the
50 states are now challenging the law.
And lest you thought the Afghans couldn't learn from us: From the
New York Times on President Karzai's delaying the installation of a new
parliament: "The move leaves Afghanistan without a parliament for at
least five months after its election ...In the meanwhile, Mr. Karzai
effectively rules by decree." It would appear that he has been watching
-- and learning -- from Washington!
On the crusade for civility in political rhetoric: Chris Matthews, on
MSNBC's "HardBall," has been on a tirade accusing conservatives of
creating a climate of hate that led to the attempt on Democrat Rep.
Gabrielle Giffords' life. Yet last week Matthews insulted GOP Rep.
Michelle Bachmann, calling her "a screamer, and in many cases, on
MSNBC is pretty close to a nut case." And his long-time colleague,
Keith Olbermann on MSNBC's "Countdown," labeled retiring Sen. Joe
Lieberman a "delusional liar," who had experienced a "departure from
reality," and who was still lying on his way out. Now, however, Mr.
Olbermann is not merely on his way out -- he is gone, as MSNBC
apparently finally came to their corporate senses and abruptly terminated
his contract . . . if anyone is interested.
If you thought Obama's wining and dining of Hu Jingtao was useless,
think again. Mr. Obama's negotiating skills racked up at least one major
success: Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, the two Chinese Pandas who have
been residing (for a hefty fee paid to China) in the National Zoo for 10
years, and whose time was up -- can now stay for another 5 years. An
official signing ceremony was held at the Zoo last week. Score this as
another Obama diplomatic triumph, but one that some might consider
offset by the insult to America delivered by the Chinese born pianist
at the Hu Jingtao state dinner when he played a theme song from a
communist propaganda film which celebrated the killing of American
troops in the Korean conflict. Seems like the White House "czar" in
charge of arrangements for such an important event should have checked
on the entertainment someone on the White House staff must have hired.
But we are probably expecting too much. However, once again the world
of nations is holding the U.S. in ridicule after another demonstration of
our government's ineptness in international affairs.
There is always much to learn from our Founding Fathers . . .
"I rejoice in a belief that intellectual light will spring up in the dark
corners of the earth; that freedom of enquiry will produce liberality of
conduct; that mankind will reverse the absurd position that the many
were made for the few; and that they will not continue slaves in one
part of the globe, when they can become freemen in another."
-- George Washington, 1789
human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition,
revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our
Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made
only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the
government of any other." -- John Adams, 1798