WiserWords – Go to the southern border of Texas and you will find communities where “white privileged” AMERICANS cannot get a job at Walmart because they don’t speak the language, not English, but Spanish. And some town boards have been totally taken over by Mexicans. Assimilate? Not there.
 April 12, 2016 at 8:52am
That’s what I was thinking, too, when I read it. Wouldn’t have known without the explanation. That comment would have been all over the front pages of the liberal newspapers nobody reads anymore if someone with an “R” after their name had said it.
“We believe our diversity is our greatest strength,
Let’s see, so diversity means conservative business owners, clergy, etc. going along with requests from the LGBT for their services. The conservatives can’t be diverse by refusing to go against their beliefs. Hmm……
No, he nailed it. This pastors views on gays are excessive. Especially all the head pummeling.
March 31, 2016 at 2:20pm
Agree. I do wish, though, all of them could stay away from personal comments like this. Distracting, and doesn’t add to their platform.
 March 31, 2016 at 11:26am
And that’s your business because…………???
 March 29, 2016 at 10:25am
Churches Are “Automatically Tax-Exempt”
According to IRS Code § 508(c)(1)(A):
Special rules with respect to section 501(c)(3) organizations.
(a) New organizations must notify secretary that they are applying for recognition
of section 501(c)(3) status.
(1) Mandatory exceptions. Subsections (a) and (b) shall not apply to—
(A) churches, their integrated auxiliaries, and conventions or associations of
This is referred to as the “mandatory exception” rule. Thus, we see from the IRS’ own publications, and the tax code, that it is completely unnecessary for any church to apply for tax-exempt status. In the IRS’ own words a church “is automatically tax-exempt.”
Churches Are “Automatically Tax-Deductible”
And what about tax-deductibility? Doesn’t a church still need to become a 501c3 so that contributions to it can be taken as a tax deduction? The answer is no! According to IRS Publication 526:
Organizations That Qualify To Receive Deductible Contributions
You can deduct your contributions only if you make them to a qualified organization. To become a qualified organization, most organizations other than churches and governments, as described below, must apply to the IRS.
In the IRS’ own words a church “is automatically tax-deductible.”
— From “http://hushmoney.org/501c3-facts”
 March 28, 2016 at 11:21am
And who is still roaming around out there at the other end of that walkie talkie?
March 23, 2016 at 10:35am
Or when she barks???
 March 23, 2016 at 10:34am
“The relatively few laws that govern the handling of classified materials were generally written to cover spies, leakers and those who illegally retain such information, such as at home.”
“During her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat between 2009 and 2013, Clinton’s work emails were routed through a private computer server located in the basement of her New York home.”
“With Clinton…….., ‘I look at something which requires knowledge, and the first question I’ve got to ask is, ‘How do they prove knowledge?’ said Bill Jeffress, a Washington criminal defense lawyer.”
Double-speak, spin, you name it! Oh, where to start……. I’ll just say I LOVE the comment about “proving knowledge”. That pretty much sums it up for me.
Is that not some bull****! Proving Fricking knowledge? “Well officer, I have no idea how that jewelry got into my pocket, guess you can’t arrest me for shoplifting.”
How many times have we been told “Ignorance of the law is NO EXCUSE”….