Ten Ways American Christians Can Combat Persecution

Popular evangelist Franklin Graham issued some provocative  statements on the Christian Broadcast Network’s “ 700 Club,” warning viewers of “ the storm of Islam,” the  possibility of Muslim influence on US foreign policy, and Christian persecution.

He claimed in his final statement, “Nobody is talking about this and we as Christians are going to lose.”

Benjamin Watson, a tight end for the New Orleans Saints, appeared “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren to discuss his recent Facebook post about his thoughts on Christian persecution. He also advised viewers to “wake up from their slumber.”

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"Emails? Oh They Were Nothing."

By now, we have all heard about Hillary Clinton’s emails and her response. There have been multiple stories and multiple comments. From social media to cable network news, it has been a prominent story the past few weeks.  

We have had television personalities like Rachel Maddow telling people to leave her alone and that this is no big deal.  How can she even say this??  Richard Nixon resigned for only 18 and half minutes of tape. Mrs. Clinton deleted 33,000 emails. That’s quite a number. 

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The Rise of the Well Armed Woman: Smart Girls Getting Smarter

Last summer at the Smart Girl Summit in Atlanta, I was enjoying a fun afternoon at Quick Shot shooting range with our group of “Armed & Fabulous” Smart Girls, when I had the opportunity to briefly help someone who wanted to learn but was very inexperienced in handling a firearm. She was my first “student” as a brand new NRA Basic Pistol Instructor. In that experience I found the satisfaction of women helping and empowering each other, and strong support of our 2nd Amendment rights, to be common denominators of the two organizations I am so proud to be a part of - Smart Girl Politics and The Well Armed Woman (TWAW). While TWAW is not a political organization and does not participate in anything related to politics, its mission to “Equip, Educate, & Empower” women is very much on the same level as what we do here at at SGP.  

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School Choice: How the Democrats are trying to put an end to it in Florida

A couple of weeks ago I posted an article highlighting a family’s success with school choice in our nation's capitol. Here, I take a look at Florida’s success, and one major question keeps surfacing -- why are so many Democrats against School Choice? For the party that continually accuses Republicans of basically hating children, it puzzles me that they do not support the School Choice initiative.

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#ObamaLovesPoliticalCorrectness

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani questioned President Obama’s love for America which resulted in a firestorm of political analysis from both the left and the right. It is somewhat intriguing to see this as a real issue that trumps coverage of important events, but fine, I’ll bite.

First and foremost, I believe in questioning with boldness. It is the duty of every American citizen to scrutinize people that hold political and economic power. These two entities are the fibers of our society that bind us together. Every decision made on the political and economic plain affects nearly all Americans in some way. It is only natural that we would want people who have a great love for our country to be making these decisions. If one had to base President Obama’s true feelings for America by his words and actions (this is how we judge everything) then I can see why Mayor Giuliani questioned our President’s views.

Speculating on the love President Obama has for our country isn’t the real reason why so many went into attack mode after Mayor Giuliana made his comments. This goes beyond the media’s devotion towards a president to whom they gave an underserving protective barrier. I would bet money that their real worry isn’t because people are questioning our president’s motives. My bet would be that they now fear the walls of political correctness that they labored so hard to build are starting to crumble.  

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