Roundup

Yes I’m Black, but don’t wish me Happy Kwanzaa! — “Fact filled eBook that explains the shocking and true reasons why Kwanzaa was created!”
Be sure to check out Carlotta’s new book!  I already downloaded my copy. 

We’re about to have taxpayer funded abortions in this country, because of the lack of ethics of Congress and the people who voted for all these pro-aborts — Stupak: My party’s trying to bribe me to vote for ObamaCare

Read about what Glenn and his wife do to spread the Gospel, setting up a table at a public pedestrian mall and giving away Christian books.  Nice.

What about the books left out of the Bible?  Conspiracy theorists like to think the motives were sinister, but if you work and think you’ll realize why the Bible ended up as it did.  Hey, Hop on Pop isn’t in the Bible, either.  What gives?

You can’t make this kind of thing up, folks: NY Times writer is not worried about abortion but she is worried about the pain that plants feel.

Dept. of Health & Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius explains how accounting tricks will enable all taxpayers to pay for abortions.  This CPA is disgusted.

Manly men and womenly women — refreshing thoughts on dress and relationships 


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6 thoughts on “Roundup

  1. Hey Neil,

    I wish you and your family a joyous and blessed Christmas. I know it’s been ages since I commented on your blog (thanks to my life suddenly getting super hectic!) but I still do regularly read your blog as best as I can. And you are still doing a great job!

    And if I may, I’d like to wish all the people who visit your blog a Merry Christmas as well.

  2. Now that we know that abortion funding is included in the health bill, can all those people who fussed at Joe Wilson go back and apologize? Turns out he was right when he yelled “You Lie!” at the president during his health care speech.

    (Yes, he’s from my state, but no, he’s not my representative – different district. He gained a lot of popularity with those two words – look for him to be around a while).

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