As our nation wrestles with challenging issues, anti-religious rioters and officeholders are forgetting that successful social movements don’t attack religion. Rather, they are usually rooted in it.
Cruz’s resolution directly addresses the anti-Semitism that Democratic leadership in the House could not explicitly condemn, likely due to fear of upsetting their increasingly anti-Semitic wing.
It would have been naïve to think it was eradicated completely, but, in recent years especially, anti-Semitism does seem to horrifically be making a comeback.
Vice President Mike Pence’s original and most damning sin is that he’s a Christian who actually believes what Christians actually believe.
‘You can put micro doses of LSD in your cereal and people will call you a pioneer. But the one thing you cannot be is a Christian.’
Evidently, Dan Piepenbring can’t understand why Chick-fil-A is so popular with New York City residents, given the city’s progressive political and social leanings.
Liberals can’t stand the success of a Christian-run company selling folks fried chicken sandwiches successfully with a smile.
During a Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to impose an unconstitutional religious test, calling Christianity ‘hateful.’
Liberal reporters and columnists may not have been aware of anti-Semitism before Trump, but if they have any hope at regaining legitimacy post-election, they had better wise up.
Imagine if what has been said about independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin and Mormons had been said about a Jewish candidate.
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