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JohnnyOla's picture
Aug.21.2013
  The following was written by Ben Stein and recited by him on CBS Sunday Morning Commentary.   My confession:     I don't like getting pushed around for being a Jew, and I don't think Christians like getting pushed around for being Christians. I think people who believe in God...
JohnnyOla's picture
Jul.31.2013
The atheists are at it again. The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is now planning to investigate housing practices at Troy University in Troy, Alabama. Earlier in the week I reported about the FFRF trying to shut down the Prayer Caravan of my friend Billy Coleman, in Cullman, Alabama. Do...
JohnnyOla's picture
Jul.29.2013
  Sometimes you just have to draw a line in the sand. I hope that’s what Billy Coleman does.   Billy is from my hometown of Sylacauga, Alabama, or as some of the hipper people say, San Fran Cauga.   Billy probably doesn’t know me, but I know him. We have met before, many years ago....
sue-glasco's picture
Jul.05.2010
Erin left Woodsong early this morning after breakfast, stopped in Nashville to have lunch with her friend Brooke, and is now safely back home in Georgia.  We already miss her. Yesterday while she was running around shopping and having fun with Gma Shirley and her cousin Sarah, Gerald and I attended...
larry-schliessmann's picture
Nov.29.2009
Periodically, I beat this drum. It seems especially appropriate now, with Christians waving teabag banners declaring that if you cannot afford it you do not deserve healthcare. These being the people who claim they follow the teaching of Jesus, a man who healed the sick for free, who hated...
doug-brooks's picture
Nov.02.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 12                 Freedom of religion was established by General George Washington the first president of the United States of America, for Americans.  However, freedom of religion has its roots of decree in the kingdom of the Medes and Persians.  A...
dean-rader's picture
Oct.09.2009
WHY WOULD SOMEONE WANT to take down a cross that has stood as a symbol for American soldiers who have died during combat? Well, in part because it is a cross. Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard an unusual case that pitted freedom of expression against freedom of (and from) religion. In the Mojave...