R.I.P. Pam Matteson

Pam Matteson, a stand-up comedian and impersonator who performed in the 1988 movie Punchline, has died after her third bout with cancer in the past decade. Matteson was 61. Born Sept. 23, 1953, the Brooklyn native made her way toward Hollywood by the early 1980s, where she scored bit parts in episodes of TV’s Gimme […]

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Hitler, Vatican,Pedophilia,Weather,cover-ups. ? !! More Hypocrisy !!

Sentient Christian

The so called pope has recently been making a feeble attempt at ‘ chiding  the world ‘ for their naughtiness, in relation to how we all treat the planet.

Yet when it comes to how his own so called priesthood ‘ treats young children ‘ /  people in their care in their orphanages,

not a word of condemnation from the so called pope !

If anything is done by the Vatican, and the Jesuits that reside there, it will be the sorting out of the ‘ Bribe  money ‘, to stop people from exposing their pedophile activities..

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Is Bible prophecy relevant for our troubled times? (7 videos from a seminar I co-taught with Anne Graham Lotz on Bible prophecy.)

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

(Washington, D.C.) — Last October, President Obama gave an interesting speech in New York City. At one point in his remarks, the President said, “[T]here’s a sense…that the world is spinning so fast and nobody is able to control it.”

Events are moving fast — here at home and around the globe. The world does seem to be spinning out of control. Economically, socially, geopolitically, environmentally, we just keep experiencing one trauma after another, and no one seems to know what to do.

Yesterday, I wrote a column that raised this critical question: “Is America heading for a terrible implosion or a great awakening?”Specifically, I noted that “the United States is hurtling towards severe trouble, and the events of the past few months — and what may be coming over the next few months — grieves me a great deal. Something is coming. I don’t know what. But we all must…

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