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Christmas At The Gas Station


This is one of those Facebook “shares”…. in fact, you may have read it before. While I cannot take credit for writing it, this is a great reminder of what we are celebrating. May God bless each of you, and Merry Christmas! The old man sat in his gas station on a cold Christmas Eve. He hadn’t been anywhere in ...

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The Pride Of An Army Veteran


I had to stifle a giggle with what I was seeing. It was truly one of the cutest and most odd things I have ever witnessed in my life. I was leaving the grocery store, and as I walked across the parking lot, I saw an elderly gentleman standing beside his shiny black car. I could not quite tell what ...

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The War on Christmas – First Amendment Style


With Christmas now less than two weeks away, the attacks on Christmas and the first amendment are in full swing – this is nothing really out of the norm in modern America. The Christmas tree is now the “Holiday Tree”, and you are no longer allowed to display your nativity scene without some Athiest group filling a lawsuit because it ...

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A Different Kind Of Christmas Poem


May God bless our troops during this Christmas Season. You are not forgotten! This poem was written by LCDR Jeff Giles, SC, USN 30th Naval Construction Regiment

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis


12/9/12  The war on Christmas continues; Unions in Michigan gear up for more protests; Louis Fowler stops by to talk entertainment. Tune in tonight at 10pm ET/7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio. UPDATE: Listen to the replay here or follow the link above to download. Listen to internet radio with CDNews Radio on Blog Talk Radio

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A Christmas Tribute to Our Fallen Heroes


May God bless the families of all who have given their lives for freedom’s sake. May we never forget the sacrifices these families have made. From the YouTube Description: THE STORY BEHIND THE SONG: “Some Peace On Earth” was inspired by the work done by the Wreaths Across America organization and Jim Varhegyi’s photos of the “Wreaths In the Snow” ...

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Miracle On Main Street

The folks at Rebooting America are at it again. “A simple act of kindness can change a person’s mood, their outlook and their heart,” reads the Facebook event page entitled, Miracle On Main Street. Hoping to create nationwide recognition for random acts of kindness, the group of internet savvy activists say they want to prove conservatism works because conservatives are ...

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Rhode Island’s Ongoing Christmas Tree Controversy

For the second consecutive year, Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee is refusing to call the state’s Christmas Tree a Christmas Tree. Championing secularism, Chafee is insisting on calling the tree a ‘Holiday Tree’ because he believes that one religion shouldn’t be promoted over another in the Rhode Island State House. “I did what the previous governor did, called it a ...

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Biblical Evidence: The Birth Date of Jesus Christ


This time of the year is a celebration of Life- the Life of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This video very interestingly lays out the dates of historical events that can point us to the approximate date of the birth of Jesus Christ.

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Dallas Christmas Day Slayings: Muslim Honor Killing?

The slaughter of 7 people in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Grapevine on Christmas Day appears to be a case of an “honor killing” and suicide by a Muslim father angry that his 19 year old daughter was dating a non-muslim young man. According to reports in the Dallas Morning News, the father, Aziz Yazdanpanah didn’t like his daughter’s non-Muslim boyfriend ...

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Why Kwanzaa is Antithetical to American Values – Part 1

When I was a teenager my stepmother decided we should start celebrating Kwanzaa.  My sister was just a toddler at the time, and step-mom was sincerely concerned for her cultural identity.  Though we lived in the “chocolate city” of Washington D.C., we were growing up in a multi-cultural lifestyle.  I was from Canada and my mother and much of my ...

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Don't Get Offended This Christmas

Don’t you dare say “Merry Christmas” or someone might get offended! Don’t wave that American flag! Foreigners might get offended. Change the school mascot from the Redskins to something else or Native Americans might get teed off. Burn the Confederate flag, or African-Americans will get stirred up (yet the Civil War was not primarily over slavery, but state’s rights). Destroy ...

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