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Southern Poverty Law Center is getting very rich in their fight against hate

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Thank goodness for John Stossel. He has dared to take on the progressive mainstream media juggernaut and win the respect of people like myself who doubt the mass media at large. This was back in the days of working for mostly progressive minded ABC News. Stossel is libertarian in his views but is a proven advocate of free market capitalism and limited government.

Stossel is not afraid to take on leftist groups who have gotten away with profiting off tagging certain groups and organizations that don’t conform to the progressive mindset. In the video he did for Reason TV, he exposed the fact that the Southern Poverty Law Center has raised lots and I mean LOTS of money in order fight the so-called ‘fight against hatred and bigotry.’

Stossel once supported this “premier group” that holds so-called “hate groups” accountable. They’ve become nothing but a left-wing hate group themselves. They feather and tar well-meaning people and organizations who just will not accept the collective progressive worldview. Out of the 917 groups SPLC lists, many of them don’t belong on the list. Either that or we must call the SPLC a dangerous progressive activist organization and that is exactly what they are.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali suffered genital mutilation under the faith of radical Islam, Maajid Nawaz was once a Muslim radical himself and now speaks out against it. Both have been blacklisted by the SPLC and were labeled as “anti-muslim” extremists.

Of course, you speak out against the LGBTQ/Rainbow Jihad you know you’re going to feel the wrath of the SPLC. I can name you three groups on the list. Two were mentioned by Stossel; those being the Family Research Council and the Ruth Institution out of California. Both have paid great consequences in certain degrees for their stance against the agenda of the LGBTQ and the SPLC blacklisting. FRC had to deal with a shooter who went to their headquarters in DC to knock off as many of the people who worked for them that he could. The shooter, however, was stopped before he could do any harm to others and himself. Meanwhile at the Ruth Institution once the SPLC put them on the blacklist, got a notice from their bank that they will no longer do business with them. The third one that I can name personally is Generations out of Elizabeth, Colorado. If you followed my posts here at NOQ Report I have featured several of the ministry’s podcasts from its founder and director Kevin Swanson. Swanson is passionate in educating Christian families with a Christian worldview, and his curriculum for homeschooling families is a work in progress. Because of his Christian worldview on homosexuality and having the courage to speak that worldview, his ministry is on the SPLC’s hate list. This is just the tip of the iceberg and as stated before, many of the 917 groups don’t belong on their blacklist, but because they oppose the progressives culture and social agenda, they are on SPLC’s radar.

People who have been blacklisted by the SPLC, should look into the bank account of the organization as well as the bank accounts of those who lead the organization. The SPLC has lots of rich donors (Stossel points out that Apple Inc. gave SPLC $1 Million) they can rely on, and its leaders are quite well off. If the blacklisting of FRC, and them some brings in millions of money, so be it.

Morris Dees who founded SPLC has an annual salary that is more than the annual budget of the Ruth Institution. The SPLC’s endowment has reached to amount of $320 million. The FRC looked at their IRS 990 tax forms, and need I mention that Dees and company have offshore accounts. I doubt the IRS is going to do something about it unless there is enough outrage from NOT JUST the likes of Tony Perkins and General Jerry Boykin of FRC and Kevin Swanson of Generations. The SPLC is the wealthiest so-called civil rights group in America, and need to be taken down no differently than the Christian swindlers like Robert Tilton, Jimmy Swaggart, Benny Hinn and hopefully someday Joel Osteen.

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The truth about Thanksgiving

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The truth about Thanksfiving

Thanksgiving for many of us has been presented as a time when diversity worked. When a group of people who came seeking refuge from religious persecution was saved by another group of people. A time when different cultures could come together and share what they had to offer one another, culminating in a feast consisting of corn and turkey that was made to honor that moment.

Sadly, the most recent depiction of this pivotal moment in our history has been turned into an American horror story. A story that depicts white Europeans who came to wipe out all the innocent natives by disease and war. The evil white man brought with them more evil white men who only wanted to destroy and kill, to take land that didn’t belong to them and annihilate anyone who wasn’t white. Because that’s all white people want.

Neither of these versions are remotely true.

The Pilgrims were not fleeing from persecution. Nor did they spread disease or kill an entire village of Native Americans. They simply came to a new world filled with the hope of freedom – freedom to live by the values and principles as defined by the word of God. They came to the new world to give their families that chance rather than being overtaken by a society they felt did not reflect those values. It was so important to them that they risked their lives and the lives of their children to make the voyage. A voyage that landed them far from where they were expecting.

After arriving to the new world it was clear that God had a plan. The circumstances which led up to the first thanksgiving – for both the Europeans and the Native American that helped them – could only be explained by divine providence.

Despite being told this is a time to apologize or to be shameful for our history as a nation, the truth is Thanksgiving should be the most important and revered time for all Americans. A time of remembrance of God’s grace and divine providence for a group of people that risked everything to honor Him, including a Native American by the name of Squanto.

The diversity of God’s grace is what we, Americans, should be celebrating. Not multiculturalism.

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Marco Rubio whips out Bible verse that goes after the Florida recount debacle

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Marco Rubio whips out Bible verse that goes after the Florida recount debacle

There are two prevailing opinions pertaining to the Florida election and subsequent recounts. Democrats generally feel like it’s good to “count every ballot” until they win, even if that means “finding” more ballots to add to their candidates’ tallies. Republicans have been fighting against the recounts despite that play coming across ingenuously to voters on both sides.

We should want every valid vote counted. The operative word there is “valid.”

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), a Catholic, Tweeted a Bible verse that seemed apropos to the current debacle in Florida.

One might even say this draws in one of the favorite punching bags for Republicans, former presidential candidate “Crooked” Hillary Clinton. That wasn’t the intent, I’m sure, but it’s always fun to laugh at Hillary.

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3 reasons President Trump should offer Asia Bibi asylum

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3 reasons President Trump should offer Asia Bibi asylum

There are certain political moves that can be considered “no-brainers” for anyone in Washington DC. Offering persecuted Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi asylum is one of them.

The drawbacks of doing so are few but potent. It would enrage hardline Muslims in the United States who may go after Bibi and her family, but that’s a risk she’ll face anywhere she goes. It would put US citizens and military personnel at greater risk than they already are when traveling abroad, especially in Muslim majority nations like Pakistan. Lastly, it would spark negative press against the President who would ask whether or not he would do the same for a Muslim in a similar circumstance.

All of those negatives are mitigated by three important positives.

  1. It goes against the bigotry narrative. Don’t get me wrong. Mainstream media and leftists will still try to paint the act of offering asylum to a persecuted Pakistani family as racist because she’s Christian. Thankfully, most Americans are smart enough to see through that false narrative.
  2. Pakistan won’t mind. If anything, their preference would be for America, which is already evil in the eyes of most hardline Islamic Pakistanis, to accept a burden that will only perpetuate a narrative that already exists.
  3. It’s the right thing to do. Any time the President of the United States can do the right thing, he should. Lately, there just haven’t been many opportunities to do so.

Every day that passes brings Asia Bibi and her family closer to the dangers that are closing in on them in Pakistan. They need to be taken in as soon as possible. Italy, Germany, and even Canada have offered to step up. The United States needs to do the same.

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