A Boko Haram suicide bomber killed three Christians in an attack at a Jos, Nigeria, church in just the latest of what has been described as a deliberate Muslim attempt to eliminate Christians.

The Boko Haram operative drove an explosive-filled car to the church where early morning services were going on. The bomb detonated, killing the bomber, two women and one child at the Church of Christ’s northern Nigeria headquarters.

An International Christian Concern report says church compound gatekeeper John Zafian saw the car approaching.

“I was at the gate and saw this blue car drive furiously at the gate. It is my responsibility to carry out a metal detector search at the gate,” Zafian said. “I was waiting to do so when this man didn’t stop and drove his way into the gate.

“I watched him knock down a motorcycle and a continue driving towards the church building, when all of a sudden there was a blast and some pieces of flying metal injured my arm,” Zafian said.

ICC reports that some people linked to the targeted church reacted to the attack by killing two Muslims and burning down two Muslim-owned businesses.

International Christian Concern’s Africa Area Specialist Jonathan Racho says Boko Haram’s goal is nothing less than extermination of the Christians.

“The Islamists want to exterminate Christians from north Nigeria. They want to implement strict version of Shariah law all over Nigeria. These are their motives in carrying out the attacks,” Racho said.

Racho says a second motive is to drive Christians to Nigeria’s “Christian south.”

“They are already succeeding in some parts of northern Nigeria. In some areas, Christians have been forced to leave their homes after they came under attacks from Boko Haram,” Racho said.

Boko Haram means “Western education is evil,” and the goal of the group is to impose Shariah law in Nigeria.

Racho urges Christians worldwide to pray for the safety of the Christian church in Nigeria. He also adds that ICC is calling on the Nigerian government to protect Christians and bring the guilty to justice.

“The continuous killing of Christians and the lack of effective protection for innocents is driving Nigeria into chaos. We ask the Nigerian government to bring all Christian and Muslim perpetrators of violence to justice,” Racho said.


Friends, join us in prayer. Please pray for the safety of our brothers and sisters in Nigeria.
Pray for Christians world wide. Christianity is under attack on so many fronts now, we must pray for revival and protection. The evil false religion of Islam wants Christianity destroyed. The wicked groups in our own country like the ACLU wants Christianity destroyed. The president/usurper Obama wants Islam to be placed over Christianity. Prayer is a must!

President Obama: Koran Apology 'Calmed Things Down'

President Obama said his formal apology to Afghan President Hamid Karzai for the burning of Korans by U.S. troops last week has "calmed things down" after the incident sparked an outbreak of violence across the country.

"We're not out of the woods yet," Obama said in an exclusive interview with ABC News' Bob Woodruff at the White House. "But my criteria in any decision I make, getting recommendations from folks who are actually on the ground, is what is going to best protect our folks and make sure that they can accomplish their mission."

The president's comments came just hours before a formal White House dinner to honor Iraq War veterans, some of whom have also served in Afghanistan and may be redeploying there to assist ongoing U.S. military operations. Woodruff was the only journalist invited to attend the dinner.

Obama said his letter to Karzai aimed to curb further danger to U.S. troops on the ground. It reportedly expressed regret for the apparently inadvertent burning of the Korans, the sacred text of Islam, on a U.S. military base in Afghanistan.

Still, the president's critics and some members of the military have questioned the appropriateness of the move, given the subsequent murder of two U.S. military officers at the hands of an Afghan inside one of the capital's secure ministry buildings.

"Everything else -- the politics or second guessing of these various decisions -- I'm not worried about," Obama said.


Obama is a weak idiot. A failure through and through. When the instance calls for a strong leader he projects weakness. It's always been his way. Be sure to check in here on our web site March 1st for the results of the investigation of Obama's qualifications to be president.

Remember, 2012 MUST be an anybody but Obama vote!
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PHOENIX, Ariz. – When Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio announces the findings of the first official law-enforcement investigation into the questions surrounding Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility for office at a news conference Thursday, March 1, WND TV will be there to provide exclusive live-streaming, founder and editor Joseph Farah announced today.

In addition, WND will make available to the public, the same day by e-mail, the official report distributed to media by Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse.” Those interested in receiving the report can sign up for the free service between now and the March 1 press conference.

“When I took this mission on, I took it on to possibly be able to clear the president,” Arpaio said during a speech in Maricopa County. “I was doing him a favor. We’ll see what happens.”

Arpaio has kept the results of the investigation close to the vest, but suggested in a speech Tuesday that new information would be revealed.

“I don’t have press conferences just to get my name on television. When I have a press conference, I talk about something,” Arpaio said. “I had about 250 tea party people, to sign a petition . . . came to me and asked their sheriff to investigate Obama and the birth certificate. So what should I do? Throw it in the waste basket and forget it like everybody else has done?”

The comments drew applause from the crowd, which was assembled to hear both Arpaio and presidential candidate Rick Santorum.


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For the second time in just months, an attempt to assemble information such as names and addresses on all homeschool students in one Mississippi judicial district and provide those details to judges has been defeated.

The latest attempt came in the form of a legislative proposal that would have added to each school attendance officer’s obligations the responsibility to “(c)ollect and maintain information concerning each compulsory-school-age child who is being educated in a legitimate home instruction program.”

Such information would be provided “to the youth court judge or the chancellor of a court of competent jurisdiction for the purpose of exempting such children from the truancy laws.”

The proposal also would have given authorities vast decision-making power over students who are in homeschooling programs.

“For the purposes of this subsection, a legitimate nonpublic school or legitimate home instruction program shall be those not operated or instituted for the purpose of avoiding or circumventing the compulsory attendance law,” the proposal said. “At the point that a compulsory-school-age child is no longer receiving instruction in a legitimate home instruction program, as excepted by paragraph (c) this subsection, the parent, guardian or custodian shall cause the child to be enrolled in and attend a public school or legitimate nonpublic school, or be held in violation of this section.”

The Home School Legal Defense Association, which has asked constituents to contact Mississippi lawmakers about the proposal, announced today that no more calls were needed at this point, because it was told the plan, House Bill 464, would not advance either in the House Education Committee or the House Judiciary B Committee.

“While we believe that this bill is dead for all practical purposes, it is important that all homeschoolers in Mississippi know about it,” the organization said in its announcement.

“Should the unexpected happen and this bill rear its ugly head again, we will let you know.”

It was not even a year earlier when the first attempt to collect such information was made. The attempt was from a judge, Joe Dale Walker, who simply ordered school officials to give him the information.

HSLDA noted that the judge and the member of the legislature, Rep. Bob Evans, who proposed the latest plan, could have links.

“Perhaps it is no mere coincidence that Rep. Evans and Judge Walker share the same hometown – Monticello,” the organization reported.

Walker’s earlier attempt to get the information was stymied when the Mississippi Supreme Court canceled Walker’s’ order.

In a six-line statement at the time, a copy of which was obtained by WND, Presiding Justice Jess H. Dickinson wrote, “It is therefore ordered that the Petition for Writ of Prohibition is hereby granted. The order of the Chancery Court, entered on March 24, 2011, is hereby vacated.”

No explanations or details were included, and a spokeswoman for the state court system told WND that it was a “confidential” case about which no information would be released.

But HSLDA’s director of litigation, James R. Mason, issued an extensive report on how the case developed and the potential dangers.

Walker’s order, which never was publicly explained, said: “This day this cause came on for hearing on the court’s own motion to provide the court with a list of the names and addresses of all students in any homeschooling program within the Thirteenth District … and the court after considering the same finds … [t]hat it is necessary to provide the court with a list of names and addresses [of all homeschoolers in the district].”

HSDLA appealed to the state Supreme Court and reported the judge’s explanation that he “was just trying to enforce the compulsory attendance laws.”

“He didn’t explain how having the names of all of the families who were lawfully homeschooling would help him to do that, and we can think of no logical connection,” the report said. “The state Supreme Court couldn’t, either.”

“We never learned exactly why the judge wanted the names and addresses of the homeschoolers in his district … But the case of the missing case was not really about names and addresses. The judge had temporarily lost sight of his right role in the American political system. Judges don’t pass laws, they don’t prosecute the offenders, and they surely don’t commence the cases over which they preside. The order had attempted to consolidate the legislative, executive, and judicial powers in one man.”

Walker reportedly had threatened school officials when they pointed out such information under federal law was confidential and they couldn’t hand it over.

The reports of the threats from Walker, of the state’s 13th Chancery district court, came from one of the attendance officers involved in the case in which Walker demanded the student data.

“He threatened us,” said the official, who later was served with an order the judge wrote and signed for himself.

Here is the judge’s original order:
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Walker had called a meeting with the school attendance officers and told them to provide the homeschooled students’ names and addresses. The officers hesitated, as under federal law such information is confidential. The judge said he had researched the issue, and it was safe for them to give him the information, according to an attendance officer who spoke with WND.

However, the state education department told them not to provide the information, and the judge, upset with the results, threatened that he would go write his own court order and then they would have to comply, the attendance officer said.

“The judge wanted information. We tried to explain we didn’t think we could give it to him,” said the officer, whose identity is being withheld by WND. “He wanted it. He threatened us, said if he gave us a court order and we did not fulfill, we would be in contempt and would be arrested.”

A blogger in the region, however, detailed how it appeared that Walker was trying to determine “which families are legitimately homeschooling and which are using the homeschool statute to circumvent compulsory attendance laws.”

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A WND source who is familiar with the details of the dispute confirmed that appeared to be accurate.

Blogger Natalie West Winningham said the judge apparently wanted to prosecute the parents of juveniles who show up in his youth court and who “appear not to be receiving legitimate homeschool instruction as well as to flush out other ‘fake homeschoolers.’”

“Perhaps Judge Walker either doesn’t know or doesn’t care that interviewing, profiling, visiting or otherwise needlessly interfering with homeschool families for the sole purpose of comparing them against an arbitrary, legally non-existent and unenforceable standard with the intent of potentially charging the ‘failing’ parents with a crime is not legal,” she wrote.

“Clearly, the judge is not concerned only with the youths who appear in his court. Otherwise, why would the court order seek to secure ALL of the names and addresses of homeschoolers.”

Further, she questioned what use would be made of the information.

“If I were a vigilante judge who got my hands on a database of homeschoolers’ names and addresses, perhaps I would cross-reference it with past criminal records, DHS cases, driving records, credit histories, tax information, etc. And if I thought I could get away with it, maybe I’d send someone to your home to interview you and hope that you don’t know your legal rights.

“I’m not saying that Judge Walker would do those things. But there are many possibilities and none of them are pleasant,” she wrote at the time.

HSLDA has warned the order could provide a “chilling” effect on not only homeschoolers but any group whose members’ names may at some point be demanded by a judge.

The organization also called the newest legislative proposal alarming.

Under the provisions of the plan by Evans, “the judge could simply review the information from the attendance officer and decide that a child’s home instruction program was insufficient, using whatever standard the judge wanted to apply.”


Ok, why you ask would a judge order this information to be given to him? I can think of a couple reasons. 1. Public schools receive less funding when attendance is lower. 2. People like this judge are worried that home schoolers are being taught the correct things like Christian morals.

Not to mention, people like this judge hate the idea of parents home schooling because then the parents can filter out things from their education, like the evolution lie. Parents can teach their kids that homosexuality is wrong. Liberal activist judges like this are a danger to freedoms.

Now a days in this politically correct world we live in, home schooling is the only answer.

Public schools have kicked God out of the class room, so why on earth would we want our children placed in a God free zone?


Tampa parents rip school for letting controversial Muslim group speak to students

Parents in Tampa are the latest to protest school officials inviting a controversial Muslim civil liberties advocacy group to speak to students.

Dozens of people showed up at a Hillsborough County school board meeting Tuesday night to complain that a member of Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, spoke to history students at Steinbrenner High School last fall. They cited the group's past connection to a terror financing case involving the terrorist group Hamas. The group, which purports to promote diversity and tolerance of the religion, has met a similar reception in Texas and Georgia in recent years.

“We do not have a problem with Islamic groups speaking with students, but we do have an issue with a group that has ties to terrorism speaking,” Randall McDaniels, head of the Jacksonville Chapter of ACT for America, one of the groups actively seeking to stop CAIR members from speaking to students in public schools, told FoxNews.com

CAIR spokesman Corey Saylor dismissed the criticism as "fear-mongering.” Hassan Shibly, the Florida CAIR member who spoke to the students, said the parents are misguided.

“This hatred and animosity only shows the importance of reaching out to the community,” he said, “It’s insulting to the school and the students to think that one person can influence their beliefs. It’s misleading."

The group, the nation's largest Muslim civil liberties advocacy organization, also has come under criticism for, among other reasons, being named by the Justice Department as an unindicted co-conspirator in a major terror financing case involving the Holy Land Foundation.

This photo depicts Obama trampling on the constitution, though this picture is a depiction it's exactly what Obama's doing today. He is an outsider, not an American. He hates our constitution. He believes it to be outdated and inferior. He lifts Islam higher than Christianity. He lifts abortions above life. He lifts homosexuality high above Biblical morals. He needs to go in 2012!

2012 must be an anybody but Obama vote!

Ted Nugent tells it like it is!

Ted Nugent hit the nail right on the head, and told this dumb liberal the way that it really is.

When gun banning laws are passed all that happens is good American citizens are left without protection. Criminals don't follow laws and rules, so with gun laws all you have are armed criminals and unarmed citizens. Sound good? If you think it does, vote liberal democrat.

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Preschooler's homemade lunch replaced with nuggets

A Hoke County preschooler was fed chicken nuggets for lunch because a state worker felt that her homemade lunch did not have enough nutritional value, according to a report by the Carolina Journal.

The West Hoke Elementary School student was in her More at Four classroom when a state agent who was inspecting lunch boxes decided that her packed lunch — which consisted of a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, apple juice and potato chips — “did not meet U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines,” the Journal reports.

The decision was made under consideration of a regulation put in place by the the Division of Child Development and Early Education at the Department of Health and Human Services, which requires all lunches served in pre-kindergarten programs to meet USDA guidelines.

(The lunch was not served, it was brought from home)

“When home-packed lunches do not include all of the required items, child care providers must supplement them with the missing ones,” the Journal reports.

(Supplementing means adding to, not replacing)

The student’s mother told the Journal she received a note from the school about the incident and was charged $1.25 for the cafeteria tray, from which her daughter only ate three chicken nuggets.

The note explained how students who did not bring “healthy lunches” would be offered the missing portions and that parents could be charged for the cost of the cafeteria food, the Journal reports.

The mother, who was not identified in the report, expressed concern about school officials telling her daughter that she wasn’t “packing her lunch box properly.”


Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: All I can say is that school agent is very lucky it wasn't my kid he took the lunch from. They would be looking at a civil lawsuit and or a good ass kicking. This is America, and state gov. or fed gov. workers have no right to stick their noses in parental business. They screw enough stuff up already, without trying to screw our kids up.

If they think chicken nuggets are healthy, they are mistaken. But the point is, it's none of their business what parents pack in lunches for their kids.

I hope the good citizens will let this school know what they think of this. It's a clear invasion of parents rights and authority over their own children.


Air Force Removes ‘God’ From Logo

A Virginia lawmaker is calling on the Air Force to reverse a decision to remove a Latin reference to “God” from a logo after an atheist group complained.

Rep. Randy Forbes, (R-VA), said the Air Force removed the logo several weeks ago from the Rapid Capabilities Office. The patch included a line written in Latin that read, “Doing God’s Work with Other People’s Money.”

But after the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers complained, Forbes said the line was rewritten in Latin to read, “Doing Miracles with Other People’s Money.”

Forbes, along with a bi-partisan group of 35 lawmakers, sent a letter to Air Force Secretary Michael Donley and Air Force Chief of Staff Norton Schwartz expressing concern over the decision to remove a non-religious reference to God.

“It is most egregious,” Forbes told Fox News. “The Air Force is taking the tone that you can’t even use the word ‘God.’”

Forbes said his office contacted the Air Force and officials there confirmed that the logo had been changed after the atheist group complained.

A spokesman for the Air Force told Fox News they had received the letter and would investigate the claims.

Forbes said the removal of “God” is a “bridge too far in terms of the rights of men and women who serve in our services and their ability to express their faith.”

“But the significance of this is what the Air Force is saying with this move – that the word ‘God’ – whether it has any reference to faith or not, can’t be used in the Air Force,” Forbes said.

He said the incident is one of several in recent months that have caused him to wonder if the military is cleansing itself of religious references.

“It’s a very dangerous course to take,” he said.

“I am concerned that the RCO capitulated to pressure from an outside group that consistently seeks to remove references to God and faith in our military,” he said. ‘The RCO’s action to modify the logo sets a dangerous precedent that all references to God, regardless of context, must be removed from the military.”


I hope the Air Force understands that having God on your side is important. And throwing a blanket over his name isn't a good idea. God is the one who gives our military victories. Let's hope they make the right choice and reverse this decision.




An organization that helped craft President Obama’s environmental policies has recommended the reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine, purportedly as a method of silencing critics of the theory of global warming.

(Global warming has been proven to be a hoax)

The Presidential Climate Action Project, or PCAP, last year released an extensive list of recommendations for the White House in a 75-page paper titled “Building the Obama Administration’s Climate Legacy.”

Primary among the PCAP’s recommendations is that the Department of Energy should join the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency in what is known as the Partnership for Sustainable Communities.

The Partnership, which distributes over $1 billion in grants, says it aims to “help communities nationwide improve access to affordable housing, increase transportation options and lower transportation costs while protecting the environment.”

Another key recommendation in the report is the reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine, a former policy of the Federal Communications Commission that required the holders of broadcast licenses to give equal time to opposing viewpoints, which effectively made political talk radio unsustainable for any local station.

Reads the PCAP report: “National discourse today is tainted – and in some cases poisoned – by unbalanced ideological use of the public airwaves… To improve and better inform public discourse, it is time for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine.”

Critics charge the Fairness Doctrine is as an attempt to regulate news and talk radio that violates First Amendment rights.

(Liberals want conservative talk radio silenced because they keep you too informed)

The University of Colorado-based PCAP draws up climate-policy recommendations for the White House and has been working with members of the Obama administration.

Following Obama’s victory in 2008, the PCAP began working with John Podesta, co-chairman of Obama’s transition team, to help the incoming president formulate an initial 100-day environmental agenda. Podesta is president and CEO of the highly influential Center for American Progress.

William S. Becker, the PCAP’s executive director, confirmed to WND in a November 2009 interview that his group’s initial proposals received a “very positive reception from the moment we delivered (the 100-day proposal) last November to John Podesta, co-chair of Obama’s transition team.”

“We continue to work with some colleagues inside the (Obama) administration, as well as continuing to push for bold action from the outside,” he said at the time.

Becker said the White House “adopted quite a few of our recommendations or variations of them.”

He cited a few examples of the influence of the PCAP and other environmental groups on Obama’s policies:

The PCAP recommended that the U.S. reach a bilateral climate deal with China prior to the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. The U.S. has since signed several agreements with China to share technology that reduces greenhouse-gas emissions.

The PCAP recommended an executive order that removed the gags from federal climate scientists. It became one of Obama’s first actions on environmental policy.

The PCAP recommended an overhaul of federal energy management to beef up efficiency requirements for federal agencies and to restore absolute carbon reduction targets that had been rescinded by the Bush administration. The Obama administration issued a new federal energy management order in October, including a requirement that agencies develop absolute targets for greenhouse-gas reductions.

The PCAP recommended, as did many others, that the Environmental Protection Agency embrace California’s vehicle emission standards and begin the process of regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act. The EPA is doing both.

The PCAP recommended major budget increases for states and communities to engage in energy and climate actions and to weatherize the homes of low-income families. The recommendations were implemented in Obama’s stimulus package.

The PCAP describes itself as seeking to engage the “best thinking of America’s leaders in government, science and civil society to identify actions that will empower all elements of society to meet the challenges of energy security and climate change.”


So the liberal left once again is trying to silence the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Tom Sullivan and others. Of course they are, they keep you up to date on the evil antics of Obama and his cronies.

First they silence right wing radio, then right wing web sites like this one, then what's next? we shutter to think. If these things concern you, I suggest you help us get conservative republicans elected into all offices.


A Georgia resident contending Barack Obama is ineligible for the state’s 2012 presidential election ballot is asking that a court cite him with contempt.

In a motion filed in the case pending before Georgia Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi, attorney Van Irion, representing David P. Weldon, urged the court not to overlook the fact that Obama had been subpoenaed for last week’s hearing. Obama’s attorney, he pointed out, acknowledged the subpoena by asking that it be quashed. But when the judge refused his request, he but told a state elections official he would not participate.


Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: Wow, this is unravelling quite nicely. Even though the mainstream media isn't covering this news in an attempt to shield Obama and to keep the public in the dark on it. It is real news, and it is happening.

At the very least, we can expect Obama to be banned from the Georgia ballot, and the most we can hope is that it starts a chain reaction to other states and ultimately he is kicked off the ballot everywhere. This is great news people! Justice is breaking through the chains that Obama and his regime have bound our nation with. liberal judges have thrown this case out over and over, for a couple of years now. Finally a judge with integrity and common sense has decided to hear the merits.

Sooner or later, the mainstream media will have no choice but to start covering it. Remember, you heard about it here first.