What the Speaker's invitation to the Israeli Prime Minister reveals about leftist dogma.
Iran has apparently produced an intercontinental ballistic missile whose range far exceeds the distance between Iran and Israel, and between Iran and Europe.
On Wednesday night, Channel 2 showed satellite imagery taken by Israel's Eros-B satellite that was launched last April. The imagery showed new missile-related sites that Iran recently constructed just outside Tehran. One facility is a missile launch site, capable of sending a rocket into space or of firing an ICBM.
In snub, Obama won't meet Netanyahu during US visit
President Barack Obama's press secretary, Josh Earnest, said the White House had not officially heard from Israel whether Netanyahu does indeed plan to speak to Congress on February 11. Speaking to reporters traveling aboard Air Force One to Idaho, Earnest stated that the White House was reserving judgment about the invitation, adding that he had not heard about Boehner's invitation until Wednesday morning, shortly before the speaker announced it publicly.
Nothing could be further from the truth and I want our readers to know that this ministry will not compromise the message of the gospel for the sake of popularity, too seem loving and tolerant, or to bridge the gap between Christianity and Islam. Tony Campolo, Rick Warren, and other evangelical 'leaders' can promote the message of common ground all they want, but it only serves to exacerbate the hatred in the (real) Muslim world and dismisses the message of the gospel.
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A sweet sister shares why she loves her brother who has Down Syndrome. Their love will inspire you!
(Be sure to get to 3:35 point)
Conservative economist explains what's motivating the president's immigration lawlessness.
Looking at the whole Reverend Jeremiah Wright episode, my God, Obama was in his church for 20 years, and you buy this BS that he didn't know what Revered Jeremiah Wright was saying? There are some people today who seem so surprised that Obama has had someone like Al Sharpton visiting the White House dozens of times. Really? In just what way is Al Sharpton different from Jeremiah Wright?
'People of Israel convinced themselves they were coming back stronger, and then ...'
"The people (of Israel) convinced themselves that they were coming back stronger than before," Cahn told WND. "And then it all collapsed, and the judgment came."
Cahn sees warning signs of potential judgment coming to America as the current Shemitah year nears the halfway point.
While Americans embrace "American Sniper," some in Hollywood are condemning the film – accusing director Clint Eastwood of "celebrating a killer."
Fox News' Todd Starnes sounded off Monday on filmmaker Michael Moore and actor Seth Rogen, who both spoke unfavorably of the film celebrating the life of Navy Seal Chris Kyle.
By Joel Rosenberg
When a nation murders 57 million babies & ignores gathering storm of Radical Islam, the state of the union is not "strong." Analysis.
"America, for all that we have endured; for all the grit and hard work required to come back; for all the tasks that lie ahead, know this: The shadow of crisis has passed, and the State of the Union is strong." So began President Obama on Tuesday night in his 2015 State of the Union address to the nation and to a Joint Session of Congress. He was not the first American President to declare the state of the union "strong." But with all due respect, the President is wrong.
"I think we're tired of the mentality that says that someone who was a part of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center should be a respected member of any activity in America," Markell tells OneNewsNow.
She says she was pleased that thousands showed up to protest the conference, including one individual who held up a sign that read, "Go home and take Obama with you."
'They can fly over your home and scan you inside your home'
Police around the country are using more and more technologies to monitor Americans in their homes, often without probable cause, and privacy advocates warn Americans are on the verge of losing all privacy from their local governments.
The latest flashpoint in this debate came in Tuesday's edition of USA Today in which a story detailed a fairly new type of radar that allows police to closely monitor activity in any home they wish to investigate.