Daily Archives: December 12, 2012


Posted by Pistol Pete

When you’re doing a post thats largely non-political,sometimes it’s hard to find things of substance and not pure pap.Join me now and I’ll regale you with tales of DIY wreaths,heartbreaking video from dying teen,the wrong woman to cheat on,dirt on Pawn Stars and Strorage Wars,an amazing 9 year old who lost 66 lbs,pre-teen thugs,cinnamon buns and some of the bizarre things one company is making out of bacon.



Saved the cutest for last…


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Conservatives incite violence by existing …

… or something.

Union thugs assault Steve Crowder for defending the right of workers to NOT join a union

Leftist blame Crowder for getting his face in the way of union fist


Filed under Steven Crowder, Unions

Where’s the line to see Jesus?

Becky Kelley – Where’s the Line to See Jesus – OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO [3:50]

I got this in an email with this back story:

About the Song by Becky Kelley:

While at the mall a couple of years ago, my then four year old nephew, Spencer, saw kids lined up to see Santa Claus. Having been taught as a toddler that Christmas is the holiday that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus, he asked his mom, “where’s the line to see Jesus?”

My sister mentioned this to my dad, who immediately became inspired and jotted words down to a song in just a few minutes. After putting music to the words, and doing a  quick recording at home, he received a great response from friends. He sent the song off to Nashville without much response, except for a Christian song writer who suggested adding a bridge at the end of the first chorus. My dad then asked if I wanted to record the song to see what we could do with it. I listened to the song, made a few changes to the words to make it flow better, and we headed to Shock City Studios.

It was at the studio where Chris, owner and producer, rewrote the 2nd verse and part of the chorus… with goose bumps and emotions high, we were all hopeful and felt like we had something special. The demo was recorded in just under 2 hours and sent off again to Nashville… still no response.

Then 2 weeks before Christmas last year, my cousins Greg and Robbie decided to do a video to see what we could accomplish on YouTube. The first day we had 3000 hits and it soared from there. We received e-mails, phone calls, Facebook messages from people all over asking for the music, CD’s, iTunes, anything… we had nothing. After a couple of meetings with Chris following the amazing response, we got serious. We headed back into the studio this past spring… this time with guitars, drums, bass, pianos, choirs… the real deal…. and here we are today.

Getting iTunes set up, a website put together, and loving that thousands upon thousands of Christians have come together… remembering the true meaning of Christmas. Out of the mouths of babes come profound truths that many adults cannot understand. Hopefully Spencer’s observation will cause people all over to reflect on the love of Jesus, and that one day we will all stand in line to see Him. We are most thankful to our Heavenly Father to have this chance to share our music with you. Merry Christmas everyone.

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Essential oils to beat the munchies

Sniffing essential oil of Grapefruit is known to help curb your craving for sweets.


Sniffing essential oil of Peppermint is known to help reduce hunger.


A 2-week study demonstrated that people who sniffed essential oil of peppermint every couple of hours during the day felt less hungry and consumed less fat and sugar than non-sniffers.


Filed under Health & Nutrition

University pays up for expelling Christian

Tolerance is a two way street

Eastern Michigan University has agreed to pay “a sum of money” as court-ordered punishment for expelling a Christian student from a counseling program and to remove the expulsion from her record.

The 6th Circuit said the evidence showed the student “was willing to work with all clients and to respect the school’s affirmation directives in doing so.”

“That is why she asked to refer gay and lesbian clients (and some heterosexual clients) if the conversation required her to affirm their sexual practices. What more could the rule require?” the judges said.

“Surely, for example, the ban on discrimination against clients based on their religion (1) does not require a Muslim counselor tell a Jewish client that his religious beliefs are correct if the conversation takes a turn in that direction and (2) does not require an atheist counselor to tell a person of faith that there is a God if the client is wrestling with faith-based issues.”

The judges said: “Tolerance is a two-way street. Otherwise, the rule mandates orthodoxy, not anti-discrimination.”

ADF said even though counseling referrals are a common and accepted professional practice, the university instead chose to expel Ward “when she sought to avoid violating her religious beliefs by referring a potential client to another counselor.”

Read the rest @ http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/university-pays-for-expelling-christian/

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Filed under Christianity, Education, Religious Liberty