CIA Super Spy Centers Near Completion

From American Free Press.Com The CIA’s plan to spy on every American by bugging everything—clock radios, phones, refrigerators, everything—is ready to be operational as soon as Big Brother’s super spy centers can go online. They will not only track everything you say and do, but will be able to correlate all the data they have been collecting for decades on you—every personal phone call, email, check, receipt, doctor’s Continue Reading

Does ‘Freedom Tower’ Height Fulfill Prophecy?

From WND.Com News this week that the new World Trade Center Freedom Tower surpassed the height of the Empire State Building to become New York’s tallest building is stirring even more interest in America’s bestselling Christian book and video documentary – both of which contend the country is missing the spiritual warning of 9/11 by simply building higher, bigger and stronger structures after the worst attack on the homeland in Continue Reading

First Bible College Within A Prison Hopes To Be Model For Prisons Across The Country

From Christian Post.Com A group of prison and jail Christian ministry volunteers from Illinois are combating the nation's skyrocketing incarceration rates and failing prisoner release programs by launching the state's first Bible college within a prison – hoping to be a model for the rest of the U.S. Having witnessed the changed lives and positive impact from prisoners who have accepted Jesus Christ within several state prison systems, Continue Reading

‘Save the Storks:’ Pro-Life Activism Without the Picketing

From Christian Post.Com A group of young people are doing their part to reduce the number of abortions in America, not by picketing with signs and megaphones, but by showing pregnant women sonograms of their unborn children and by sharing the love of Christ. Save the Storks, a pro-life ministry that uses the stork as the symbol of an expecting mother, is ready to officially set loose its first Stork Bus in Dallas, Texas, on Thursday. The Continue Reading

Al Sharpton: Keeping Black Voters Angry

From American Thinker.Com March 21, 2012 By Lloyd Marcus You can imagine the justifiable extreme anger and outrage of black America in 1987.  Six white men, including police officers and a New York prosecutor, allegedly kidnapped, raped, and smeared feces over the body of a fifteen-year-old black girl.  Tawana Brawley was found unconscious and unresponsive, lying in a garbage bag, her clothes torn and burned.  In the emergency Continue Reading

Harlem‘s ’Gospel Tourism’ Boom Sparks Controversy

From The Blaze.Com The stern warning issued from the pulpit was directed at the tourists – most of whom had arrived late — a sea of white faces with guidebooks in hand. They outnumbered the congregation itself: a handful of elderly black men and women wearing suits and dresses and old-fashioned pillbox hats. “We’re hoping that you will remain in place during the preaching of the Gospel,” a church member said over the microphone at this Continue Reading

Aerial ‘Shadowhawk’ Police Drones Can Now Deploy Tasers & Tear Gas

From The Blaze.Com “Drones are coming to America to a police department near you.” That’s the initial assessment of Catherine Crump, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, who narrates part of a short video clip that explores the Shadowhawk drone and its implications for domestic law enforcement here in the U.S. The technology is useful, but poses significant privacy risks.”Drones have very powerful cameras attached to Continue Reading

Rick Warren’s New Chrislam Efforts

From Archive.Constant Contact.Com To Be fair to Rick Warren his response to this article has been posted here In the early days of all things "purpose driven," I didn't say much. I was, admittedly, skeptical. I had a hunch churches might experience the promised growth thanks to the movement behind "purpose driven," the seeker-sensitive movement; however, it might not be a healthy growth. But as the years moved on, I started hearing Continue Reading

Court Rules Warrantless Cellphone Searches OK…But How Far Can They Go?

From The Blaze.Com The U.S. Court of Appeal for the 7th Circuit has ruled that some warrantless searches of cellphones, for example to obtain phone numbers, is allowable and does not violate a person’s Fourth Amendment rights. Reuters reports that Abel Flores-Lopez was given 10 years in prison for involvement in a drug case after police identified him from a cellphone they found on the scene of a drug bust. They had to enter the Continue Reading

Anti-Semitism on college campuses (VIDEO)

From American Thinker.Com March 6, 2012 Liran Kapoano Much has been made in recent years of the distinction between "anti-Zionism" and anti-Semitism, legitimate criticism of the Israeli government and efforts to de-legitimize the state of Israel as an entity. These battles are raging all this week on college campuses across the United States as "Israel Apartheid" Week takes place at universities from New York to California. Many Continue Reading