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President Obama is participating in an online conference call on Obamacare tonight with his friends at Organizing For Action (OFA). However, in an interesting twist, numerous reporters had difficulty logging into the call on the OFA website.
‘Jesus Is Not Going Away’: Blaze Readers React to Famed Pastor’s Major Wake-Up Call for Christians About the Dire State of American Culture
TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week focusing on outspoken Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wa., who gave a wake-up call to Christians regarding the state of American culture.
In his new book, ”A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future?” Driscoll says we live in a “post-Christian culture — a culture fundamentally at odds with faith in Jesus.” Driscoll believes that culture is changing and church attendance has dropped due to the lack of social benefits that the church offers, leading him to question the future of Christianity.
House Republicans Call Out CNN Anchor During Tense Exchange Over Gov’t Shutdown: ‘Whose Bidding Are You Doing?’
CNN anchor Ashleigh Banfield clashed with GOP Reps. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) and Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) on Monday over a potential government shutdown and the effort to defund Obamacare. After a tense back-and-forth, Rohrabacher accused the anchor of bias, asking her, “Whose bidding are you doing?”
Banfield began the segment by highlighting a CNN poll that shows 69 percent of Americans believe Republicans are acting like “spoiled children” in the budget debate.
Richard Grenell, who served briefly as Mitt Romney’s national security spokesman during his presidential campaign, wasn’t about to let Politico deputy editor Blake Hounshell get away with his cheap shot calling his former boss a “noted Iran expert.”
The White House doesn’t waste any time releasing photos when it wants to, and there have been plenty of shots of President Obama working hard to resolve the crisis in Syria while the members of Congress enjoy their extended vacation.
This Friday, August 30, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will be casting a series of historic votes on your gun rights in California. Currently the following anti-gun bills are in this committee suspense file due to the excessive cost of MILLIONS of dollars for implementation being imposed on YOU and the other citizens of California. It is essential that you voice your opposition to these nonsensical bills that would only affect and punish law-abiding citizens. Please contact Assemblyman Richard Pan tomorrow, August 29 and urge him to VOTE NO on ALL anti-gun bills in Assembly Appropriations Committee suspense file.
On August 24, bring your family and friends to join the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association (the NRA’s official state affiliate) at Altamont Fairgrounds outside of Albany in Altamont, New York for a family-friendly celebration of what makes America great.
Texas: Once Again, Campus Carry Not On Call For Third Special Session – Elected Officials Weigh In With Governor Perry
It remains to be seen whether state lawmakers can resolve their differences over a transportation bill, the failure of which caused the Governor to bring them back for a third month in a row, and whether Governor Perry would then add more items to the call, including legislation that is critical to your right to self-defense.
Dan Savage’s husband says it’s OK to call gay conservatives ‘f*ggots’ because they’re ‘used to being kicked around’
Last summer, self-proclaimed gay rights advocate and anti-bullying crusader Dan Savage hurled the f*ggot-bomb at gay conservative organization GOProud.
In response, Savage’s husband, Terry Miller, said Savage “probably” would use the anti-gay slur again. Gay conservatives, he said, are accustomed to such abuse.
On May 28, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio issued a call for charitable donations in lieu of birthday gifts/greetings:
As of today, the donor count stands at 14, which seems to be an exceptionally low number given how much light is on Rubio these days. So, why did Rubio’s call for donations culminate in a participation level worthy of a Sandra Fluke rally?
Umpire Regrets Badly Blown Call, a Violation of Our National Pastime’s Golden Rule: ‘Keep Your Eye on the Ball’
SEATTLE (TheBlaze/AP) — Umpire Jeff Nelson expressed regret for making an incorrect call Friday night, saying it was a play he’d never seen in 25 years.
If only he had.
The missed call came in the second inning of Texas’ win Friday and stymied a possible rally by the Mariners. Seattle’s Jesus Sucre hit a grounder to first baseman Mitch Moreland, who threw to second base to get the lead runner. The relay back from shortstop Elvis Andrus was in time and Nelson called Sucre out for a double play.
‘I Just Put Three Rounds in His A**’: Dramatic 911 Call Captures Oklahoma Man Shooting Home Intruder After Police Couldn’t Arrive Fast Enough
A dramatic 911 call recorded a Oklahoma man’s confrontation with an intruder who broke into his Ponca City home early Thursday morning. The homeowner ended up shooting the intruder several times when police didn’t arrive in time.
The roughly five minute 911 call begins frantically enough: “You better get these (expletive) here or they will die,” the man told a 911 dispatcher.
Waking up to headache-inducing buzzers and static-plagued radio stations will soon be a distant memory. Alarm Clock Pro enables you to customize your wake-up call to something you enjoy. It will also let you design your daily routine and perform various tasks automatically, such as starting your favorite iTunes playlist!
The Denver Post today reports that Colorado state Sen. Evie Hudak apologized to rape victim Amanda Collins in private for remarks she made at a hearing on Colorado’s campus gun ban last night. After Collins recounted her sexual assault at gunpoint in a campus “safe zone,” Hudak told her that “chances are that if you would have had a gun, then he would have been able to get that from you and possibly use it against you.”