Fact Check: Did Pastor Joel Osteen Really Endorse Donald Trump for President? By Billy Hallowell – The Internet has been ablaze over the past few days with rumors that Joel Osteen, pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, endorsed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, but there’s a major problem: that claim is unfounded.
Osteen, in fact, has not endorsed Trump, as many speculated, with the church flatly dismissing the claim in a statement issued to TheBlaze on Tuesday morning.
“Contrary to the misinformation currently making the rounds on social media, Pastor Joel Osteen has not endorsed any candidate for President of the United States,” the statement read. – Fact Check: Did Pastor Dim Bakker Really Endorse Tronald Dump for President???
The GOP Platform Is Like Sarah Palin On Acid – The Big Picture – The 2016 Republican platform is officially less in line with what Americans want than was the 1956 Republican platform.
Shouldn’t conservatives be embarrassed that their party has moved backward in pretty much every way? We’re starting to get a clearer picture of the 2016 Republican Platform – and it’s absolutely insane.
While this year’s Democratic Party Platform is probably the most progressive one in that party’s history – reflecting in every point things supported by between 55 and 90 percent of all Americans – its Republican counterpart can best be described as Sarah Palin on acid. – The GOP Platform Is Like Sarah Palin On Acid – The Big Picture!!!
The Catherine Engelbrecht story is the key to the IRS scandal By Michael Gaynor – Who but the White House could coordinate the IRS, OSHA, BATF and FBI? All scandals are not equally perilous to President Obama.
Benghazigate, the Obamacare rollout and the Veterans’ Administration horror involved managerial incompetence, not necessarily malice or vindictiveness. The apparent targeting of Catherine Engelbrecht by multiple federal seems to have been malicious and vindictive as well as political. – The Catherine Engelbrecht story is the key to the IRS scandal!!!
Steve King: A History Of Racism BY Miranda Blue – Last night, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, defended his party’s relative homogeneity by arguing that white people have “contributed more to civilization” than “any other subgroup of people.”
The comment was particularly fitting coming during the convention at which the Republican Party is set to nominate Donald Trump, who has fueled his presidential campaign with appeals to racial animus. And it fit in with a long pattern from King, who is a leader in shaping the GOP’s immigration policy and who once said that a “good amount” of Trump’s policy plans are “a copy-and-paste from things that I’ve done.” – Indiana Klan – Steve King: A History Of Cracka!!!