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Paul Begley – world news matching bible prophesy

Egypt’s divide turns brother against brother

Ibrahim brothers were close until army in which one of them serves deposed Morsi. ‘It is no longer possible to support Egypt and support the army. Those two things are incompatible,’ other brother  …….. CONTINUE

President Obama: ‘The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy for America’

George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of black teenager Trayvon Martin. In a statement Sunday, President Obama said, ‘I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son.’ CONTINUE

DAYS OF LOT: NOW THE GAY AGENDA WANTS TO DICTATE WHAT MOVIES YOU WATCH

Emboldened by the recent Supreme Court decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act, gay activists are clamoring louder than ever about everything, from how teachers describe marriage to Hollywood films that come against its homosexual agenda. Of course, the former is nothing new, but the latter is just one example of what we can expect to see—and see more of—as radical gay activism seeks to exert its minority force on all spheres of society. While I understand the uproar over Alec Baldwin’s online outburst—what some are calling a “homophobic rant,” after a Daily Mail reporter suggested his wife was tweeting during Soprano’s actor James Gandolfini’s funeral last month—the move to boycott Harrison Ford’s latest film is absurd. Gay rights activists have targeted Ender’s Game, calling for a boycott because the sci-fi thriller’s author, Orson Scott Card, doesn’t buy into gay marriage. It seems radical gay activists are taking exception to Card joining the board of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), which was birthed in an effort to combat Proposition 8 legislation banning gay marriage in California. More

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