Thursday, January 28, 2010

Big Bad Barack Blasts Bench

Barak Obama is a genius, that's for sure.  Have you ever seen a sitting President dis the Supreme Court like that?  Did he ever take a psych 101 class?  If he didn't like their last ruling, wait 'till he sees the next few.

You see, those folks in the black robes are sitting in the front row for a reason.  They are a co-equal branch of the federal government.  Barry doesn't understand that concept because he figures nobody is his equal.  Well, surprise Mr President!  The SCOTUS figures nobody is their equal either.  And with lifetime appointments, maybe they have a point.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Missionaries Bring Water to Port-au-Prince

Yesterday the Watchman shared with you a first person account of a missionary friend who was in Port-au-Prince on the day of the earthquake and who went back to help with search and rescue the next day.  Tonight we share a post from his wife Leslie Rollings.  She reports that large numbers of people are fleeing from Port-au-Prince, no doubt in search of water, food, and shelter.  Today she and some co-workers took what aid supplies they could into Port-au-Prince.  This is their story.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Pray for Haiti

Chris Rollings is a missionary friend of the Watchman who serves with Clean Water for Haiti.  He was in Port-au-Prince when the earthquake hit.  Thankfully he was outside at the time and was not injured.

What follows is his heart rendering blog post describing his attempt to rescue teenage girls from a collapsed three story school building today.  It's an emotional read, but an important one for all of us in the US to absorb I think.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

The Crotch Bomber Will Walk

*** Liberty Watchman Exclusive ***

In a White House press briefing this week, spokesman Robert Gibbs made this amazing yet little reported admission (at 20:10 in the clip above).

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

To Forgive Is Devine

Brit Hume's suggestion on Sunday that Tiger Woods should turn toward Christianity to find forgiveness and redemption has some observers objecting.  But what did Hume really say?