During Lent, we should; live as children of the light, performing actions good, just and true - (see Ep 5:1-9).

IN THE BOX.......County Commissioner Mike Pusley and Brad Tindall.

Near as I can figure, in order to be a democrat you have to;

You have to believe the AIDS virus is spread by a lack of funding.
You have to believe that the same overpaid public school idiot who can’t teach 4th graders how to read is qualified to teach those same kids about sex.
You have to believe that guns in the hands of law-abiding Americans are more of a threat than nuclear weapons in the hands of the Red Chinese, North Koreans, or Iraqis 
You have to believe there was no art before federal funding.
I swear you cannot make this stuff up. On Tuesday, Obama said this at a Planned Parenthood gala with apparently no hint of irony...
“In the United States of America, every child should have every chance in life, every chance at happiness, and every chance at success,”
Yeah, every chance as long as the child has exited the womb. This man, whose support for abortion at any time during pregnancy, has the audacity to say this with a straight face? First of all, he is the first sitting president to address this group of mass murderers, second, he touts planned parenthood’s record of giving every child a chance at life! Oh the iroonneeee.............

Texas judge tries to order the entire world not to discuss case
Watchdog available to discuss story

A district court judge in Galveston County is issuing orders to the entire Internet, trying to gag the world from writing anything about a case that didn’t matter much to anyone in the first place.

A lawyer named Calvin C. Jackson was accused of forging signatures, and later tried to get the record expunged. A judge obliged, but extended the order, in theory, to the entire world, requiring the Internet to be cleansed of any mention of disciplinary proceedings against Jackson. The court held Google responsible for scrubbing the Internet.

You can read the entire story here.


Condensed for your reading convenience

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