Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Faux Conservative Evangelicals Fighting for Immigration Reform

This past week, a group of evangelicals met once again with Obama, urging swift action on immigration. This comes on the heels of Jeb Bush’s recent interview:
Earlier in April, former Florida governor Jeb Bush suggested that illegal immigrants are not committing a felony, but are breaking the law out of love and commitment to family.
“It’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family,” Bush said in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.”
Although the article simply refers to them as “faith leaders,” they are all part of the same group that has been working with Jim Wallis for some time, allegedly funded with Soros money. Soros is making a habit of using evangelicals, as he did with the funding of Telos, an outreach to convince evangelicals to be pro-Palestinian. Among those on the Telos advisory board, we find  Dr. Joel Hunter, Obama spiritual advisor (more about him below); Lynne Hybels (Willow Creek Church); and Samah Norquist, wife of Grover Norquist.
The immigration group Soros funds is known as the Evangelical Immigration Table and is made up of a wide array of “social justice” evangelicals who have been criticized previously for their approach to the immigration issue.

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Tea Parties - It's Time to Know the Company You Keep

Could you or your local tea party be in coalition or affiliated with someone you may not support? Are you aware that groups have conducted surveys and studies of the tea party in order to better use these groups for their purposes, whether good or bad? The Left has often said the tea parties were astroturf and never real. Many of us remember well the earliest days of the movement, five years ago, and it was absolutely real and absolutely independent. But what has happened in the five years since?

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Thursday, April 3, 2014


The currently ongoing Constitutional Convention - Article V movements have been an area of concern lately, as associations with the radical Left have been brought to light. These associations were attempted to be explained away by the head of the Convention of States, Michael Farris, as just good politics. Those questioning him were labeled "conspiracy theorists." Despite the labels he threw out, many would continue to question his judgment on this and ask how he came to be chosen to head this movement in the first place. Do we also need to be concerned about extremists from places other than the radical Left as we consider this movement?

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