The article discusses how politicians in the UK are looking to restrict and regulate the amount of sugar children are able to consume as well as the free markets’ ability to regulate it. Under the premise that children eat too much sugar, freedom is taking a backseat.
Just for the record: I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I simply don’t believe in coincidences. But I promise, I don’t buy a copy of Catcher in the Ryeevery time I pass a bookstore. However, it looks like another victory for the anti-gun Obama Administration.
A no I don’t mean a group looking to impose Communist rule. This is solidarity against terrorism.
This is a heart warming story about the solidarity of humans in the face of brutal attacks from terrorists. Nice to see these Kenyan Muslims stand up to their attackers who were demanding to slaughter only the Christians. More evidence of the incompatibility between radical Islam and Christians and what we’ve seen before regarding Christian persecution.
Here is a chilling exchange between a Muslim student and David Horowitz. We have to give her points for being honest!
But if this doesn’t demonstrate the threat urgency of the threat we face from Islamic terror, nothing will. When a Muslim (a self-proclaimed religion of peace) is able to stand up and agree with another Muslim that all Jews need to congregate in Israel to make it easy for Muslims to kill them all without batting an eye—that is a sad day. However, this video also demonstrates the greatness of our country where this exchange can take place!
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” needs to be more emphasized today, especially by those who claim to walk in his vision. The video is below. If you want to read the transcript, click here.
The key point that I want emphasize is from a conversation that I had with a coworker a couple of years ago. He (as a black man) was bemoaning the demise and downfall of black culture including the rise of single moms, lack of fathers and the increase of hatred of white people from his discussions inside the black community. He then mentioned that he believed the reason society had all these problems was that those who were pushing for Civil Rights in America today had deviated from the path laid out by Martin Luther King, Jr. He believed that MLK, Jr. was so successful because he was espousing the equality of blacks and whites as God sees people—equally created in His Image and His Likeness through His Son.