IN THIS ISSUE: Santorum surges ahead / Ron Paul defends Hamas / His Highness Barack / Prayer Caucus Summary / Islamic war camps in America / Cry for Nigeria / Moderate Indonesia
RON PAUL DEFENDS HAMAS - Speaking of the Gaza Strip on a state owned Iranian TV network, presidential candidate Ron Paul said, "To me, I look at it like it's a concentration camp, and people are making bombs, like, they're the aggressors?" The astonishing video is available on Yourtube. Columnist Don Feder wrote an article on Ron Paul's insane world views that this interview on Iranian TV reinforces.
HIS HIGHNESS BARACK - During the last year of the Bush Administration, Senator Harry Reid called "pro-forma" sessions of the Senate to block any recess appointees he could, and this left hundreds of federal offices and judgeships vacate in hopes a Democrat would be elected. President Bush honored the Constitution which does not allow recess appointments when the Senate is in session. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is now holding the same "pro-forma" sessions of the Senate but President Barack Obama is ignoring the Constitution and has issued recess appointments of individuals to the National Labor Relations Board who are radically pro-union. This is vote buying at its worst.
PRAYER CAUCUS SUMMARY - The Congressional Prayer Caucus founded by Congressman Randy Forbes took numerous actions in 2011 to defend religious expression and religious liberty in 2011. Actions included the filing of bills in Congress as well as letters to President Obama and corporate leaders. Read summary here!
LEARN MORE ABOUT SHARIA LAW - One of the best locations on the Internet to learn about Islamic Sharia law and its effect on the West is www.shariafreeusa.org FACEBOOK FAN? Sharia Free USA now has a Facebook page with more than 1,500 followers. Join with us at Facebook today!
"MODERATE" INDONESIA - Acts of violence and intolerance against Christians in Indonesia almost doubled in 2011, with an Islamist campaign to close down churches symbolizing the plight of the religious minority. The Indonesian Protestant Church Union, locally known as PGI, counted 54 acts of violence and other violations against Christians in 2011, up from 30 in 2010. Read more