The news about this Satanic mass to be held at Oklahoma’s Civic Center does not surprise us.
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Dallas County Commissioner, John Wiley Price, Charged By Feds for Taking Bribes
UPDATE on July 31, 2014:
It was only hours after the county commissioner was arrested, he back went to the office, just as he said he would.
He’s expected to show up again Monday. And his colleagues on the Commissioners Court expect they’ll see him in his seat at the court’s next regular meeting Aug. 5.
County Republicans vow to push for commissioners to nudge Price to resign. It’s unlikely the court, dominated by Democrats, would do so, and there’s no apparent mechanism to strip any of his authority.
Churches Are Now being Monitored by the IRS for Electioneering
We all knew it would happen and the time is now that church truly live up to the stance of “Church VS State”. The IRS is cracking down on churches that engage in partisan political activity. Read below what a report stated on the lawsuit against the IRS to monitor these activities on a more regular and vigorous degree, especially since several complaints have been submitted.
The Internal Revenue Service said it will monitor churches and other houses of worship for electioneering in a settlement reached with an atheist group.
Meriam Ibrahim and her family will arrive is supposed to arrive in America this week.
We are so happy God made a way for her to escape the Sudan government. However, when you look at the core of the situation, it’s very sad, because…Read full article, here.
Source: Sanctified Church Revolution
The Internal Revenue Service has allegedly promised an atheist group they will investigate tax exempt churches.
One question, why does it seem like some of these atheists groups are bullies? Why are many of theme on a mission to either silence Christianity or take away our rights? Every time we read the headlines, there is…Read full article, here.
Source: Sanctified Church Revolution
UPDATE on July 23, 2014:
An NYPD internal report prepared after Eric Garner’s death fails to mention the chokehold used to subdue him and states that Garner was not in “great distress.”
Read excerpts from internal report on the New York Daily News.
UPDATE on July 22, 2014:
The medical examiner’s office has not yet determined what caused the death of Eric Garner (pictured) who appeared to be held in a chokehold as police attempted to arrest him last week.
Ex-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin Found Guilty On Corruption Charges
UPDATE on July 18, 2014:
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin filed a formal notice of appeal Tuesday in the corruption case that resulted in a guilty verdict on 20 criminal counts and a prison sentence of 10 years.
The brief notice said the appeal will cover the verdict, the sentence, and an order that Nagin forfeit over $500,000 acquired illegally, as well as court rulings prior to the verdict.
The notice was filed in U.S. District Court, and the appeal will be considered by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s Son Tweets Photo on Father’s Birthday
A photo was posted by Kwame Kilpatrick‘s son Jalil Kilpatrick on Twitter. It shows the first public glimpse of the former Detroit mayor since he was sentenced to 28 years in federal prison last October.
In the photo, a slimmer Kwame Kilpatrick wears a prison uniform while smiling in the photo with a graying goatee.
Jalil Kilpatrick posted the photo on June 8 with the caption,
“Happy BDAY DADDY SEE YOU SOON! #freekmk”
Pastor Steve Fielder from Mississippi has accused incumbent senator Thad Cochran of buying black votes to secure his run-off win in an interview published last Monday.
Fielder says Cochran’s staff told him and other campaign workers to bring blacks to the polls and pay each voter $15. The voters were also allegedly told that Cochran’s opponent was racist.
Attorney and Tea Party member from Mississippi Chris McDaniel beat Cochran in the June 3 primary at a narrow margin, but lost in the June 24 Republican run-off election. Pastor Fielder said that the win was caused by black voters being recruited, and paid, to vote for Cochran.