Target's stock price and its favorability among shoppers are crashing as the public rebukes the retail giant for ignoring their vigorous protest against mixed-sex changing rooms and bathrooms.
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Jan Markell and Eric Barger spend the hour with David Fiorazo who exposes the real goal of the Common Core agenda: The making of good little global citizens. Students are being taught what to think, not how to think. It is about government control, not education—about socialism and globalism. The standards will soon apply to private schools, Christian schools, and home schooling. Find Fiorazo's book, "The Cost of Our Silence: The Consequences of Christians Taking the Path of Least Resistance," here. Learn more about the Common Core agenda at www.fpeusa.org or at www.davidfiorazo.com. We use the mobile app found at www.oneplace.com.
Mixing far Left politics with evangelical Christianity is a recipe for disaster. Mainline Protestants tried this 150 years ago and are going down in flames. Now the NAE is going to try it and will take evangelicalism down in flames as well. Only a remnant will be left to stand for biblical truth. -- OTM
Thousands of young Evangelical Christians are set to descend upon Chicago June 3–4 to champion issues related to social justice at the annual Justice Conference, a project of World Relief, a Christian aid agency associated with the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE).* But lately, this ostensibly evangelical conference seems to be a repackaged version of liberal Mainline Protestantism for hipsters.
More than one million people have decided they will no longer buy their Nutter Butters or Wet Wipes at Target.
The American Family Association launched a boycott of the nation's second largest retailer a week ago – over Target's corporate policy allowing men who identify as women to use the bathrooms and fitting rooms of their choosing.
In reaction to former House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) publicly insulting Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) by calling him "Lucifer in the flesh" and a "miserable son of a b----," evangelist Franklin Graham said "shame on you!" to Boehner, and added that his vulgar comments were "beneath the public office" he was elected to hold and an "embarrassment" to the nation.
There was a circus at the United Nations last week.
There were no elephants or caged lions, no trapeze artists or sword swallowers. Not even any bearded ladies.
But there were sights to see that we'll not see outside the circus.
Everywhere I go, I am hyper vigilant. I am constantly looking over my shoulder. I will not get into an elevator with just men – I wait for a mixed crowd. I live in a constant state of fear. After I was saved in 1983, I was a bit better. I knew that Jesus was watching over me. But the scars from the attack ran deep. The night terrors continued. I prayed and prayed that the Lord would protect me from these terrors.
The season finale of Fox's Lucifer, titled "Take Me Back to Hell," offers many surprising twists and turns. But the most interesting revelations in a show that blurs the lines between good and evil by glorifying the devil and featuring the downfall of an angel are the ecclesiastical. And here the show, again, manages to offend Christians.
A new documentary film based on Peter Schweizer's bestselling book "Clinton Cash" is premiering next month during the Cannes Film Festival. Watch the trailer above. The following is the press release about the film.