Roundup

From the “Good, I’m not the only one!” category, Alyssa puts spinach in her shakes as well.  They really don’t impact the taste much and it makes the shakes more nutritious.  I could never eat cooked spinach. 

One of my first posts was about my Veggie Boy shakes.  We just replaced our vendor by splurging on a Vita Mix and I’m glad we did.  The old one had a 2 HP motor as well but didn’t nearly blend as well as this one.  Oh, and the old one was “arcing,” which is apparently a bad electrical thingy.  I had noticed the blue sparks when the lights were low but just ignored them for a while.  Having lots of fun with the new blender. 

Adult stem cells used to restore sight to patients blinded by chemical burns – now that is great news.  And they didn’t have to destroy human beings to find the cure. 

Extra creepy: Planned Parenthood to offer "insemination services," marketing lesbians – they prefer to kill the ones conceived naturally then sell the ones conceived artificially.  Because every kid wants a sperm donor Dad and Lesbian Moms. 

Female condoms with teeth – yikes.  You read that right.  Hope it works to punish rapists and/or reduce rapes.  It definitely has potential for misuse, but given the rate of rapes in some countries I can see why some would find it appealing.

Glenn on The Catholic Eucharist: Unbiblical and Idolatry

Good analysis of the Islamic event in Dearborn, Michigan, USA.  This should be front page news.  It is “creeping Sharia” law, where Muslims get more and more aggressive with their demands and restrictions on the religious freedoms of others.  

Again the value of video footage simply cannot be understated. On Sunday evening the weekend of their arrest, after being released on bail, David Wood and Paul Rezkallah returned to the Arab Festival in Dearborn, MI, to conduct something of an experiment (along with a friend, Antonio Santana). Instead of going inside the festival, they stood outside of it and distributed pamphlets of the Gospel of John in Arabic and English. The video of the experience is incredible.

For three individuals standing on a public street handing out religious pamphlets in an American city, the Dearborn Police Department responded in under five minutes with a total of eight uniformed officers and arrested them. This is the assault on the rights and freedoms of Americans that is taking place in Dearborn, Michigan. Every year for three days in June, pursuant to a decision by U.S. District Court Judge Paul Borman, the protections of the First Amendment are suspended within the Arab International Festival and its “outer perimeter” which, as we can tell from David’s experience here, apparently constitutes a five-block “buffer zone.” So anywhere within that five-block perimeter and the festival itself, the rights and freedoms of Americans is curtailed.

 

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8 thoughts on “Roundup

  1. I don’t like cooked spinach, either, unless it’s in Indian food. (It’s probably a symptom of HSTBS.)

  2. I love their endurance to return to the festival and stand, once again, for Christ. I hope that their lawyer sues the pants off the city… metaphorically speaking of course. We are not a land of Sharia law, but Constitutional Law.

    • Dearborn, Michigan is home to one the largest concentrations of Arab descent populations. 34% of the cities 91,000+ residents are Arab.

      If Sharia is going to come to America I would be willing to bet it would start in Dearborn.

  3. As an officer, this digusts me. I have arrested many Muslims and have been legally able to share the good news of Jesus Christ with them IN MY PATROL CAR :) And my post area covers Dearborn. I know very wel the streets they’ve named in the video.

    Many I have encountered are open at least to some conversation. Whether I win or lose is not my goal, but to at least put a “pebble in their shoes”…something for them to think about later.

    God bless this group’s efforts. This is none other than the work of the enemy keeping a blinded people in bondage under lock and key by demonic laws.

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