Monthly Archives: August 2013

Teen guilty of murdering Georgia baby in stroller

De’Marquise Elkins, an 18-year old African American teenage male has been found guilty of murdering a Georgia baby in his stroller, including two counts of felony murder and one count of malice murder in the March 21 killing of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago in Brunswick, Georgia.  Although young Antonio Santiago was a “White Hispanic”, no comment from President Barack Obama such as, “If I had a son, he would look like De’Marquise Elkins,” has been forthcoming such as America’s Race-Baiter-in-Chief chose to blurt out prior to the conclusion of the George Zimmerman trial.

(H/T: WND)

McRINO Outraged Great Britain Declined To Bomb Syria On Behalf of His Islamist Rebel Allies: “They Are No Longer a World Power”…

McRINO Outraged Great Britain Declined To Bomb Syria On Behalf of His Islamist Rebel Allies: “They Are No Longer a World Power”….

It’s indeed puzzling.  The United States military has fired on Al Qaeda in Yemen with drone attacks, and yet John McCain supports a joint operation with Al Qaeda against the Assad regime in Syria.  More conventional wisdom would be for the United States to allow Al Qaeda and Hezbollah to kill each other off while keeping a close watch on their activities rather than intervene in a conflict in which both sides pose a threat to American security interests.

(H/T: Weasel Zippers and Press TV)

Michigan: Dial 3 for Public Assistance…in Arabic

Shayn Roby’s Take: People who echo the voice of reason are routinely criticized by the left. For speaking the obvious truth: Sharia values are not compatible with American values; conservatives are labeled as ‘Islamophobes’. Of course, such labeling is a common tactic of the left. Anyone who voices common sense observations that oppose the philosophy or twisted morals of liberal favored groups (i.e., Muslim, LGBT) is immediately labeled as a ‘phobe’ of some sort: Homophobe, Islamophobe, Obamamoronaphobe, etc.

Tim Tebow: I will continue trying to be an NFL quarterback

Shayn Roby’s Take: Whether it’s in the NFL, business, or ministry, Tim Tebow will remain in the center of God’s will for his life. For that reason, perhaps being cut by the Patriots is not a traumatic experience for him.

Muslims Set Fire to Egypt Church, Tear Down Cross

Muslims Set Fire to Egypt Church, Tear Down Cross.  The Muslim Brotherhood continues to kill Christians in Egypt, while their sister organization, Al Qaeda is committing genocide against the Kurds in Syria.  Thousands of refugees are pouring across the border into Northern Iraq, yet the Obama administration still gives support to the very people that bombed the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001.

(H/T: Breitbart TV )

College Football 2013: Scores for Week One

Shayn Roby’s Take:  Here are Thursday’s scores in the world of college football. The first game of the year began with an SEC victory…….South Carolina over North Carolina, and most likely will end with another. Either Alabama or whoever is good enough to beat them will most likely bring home an eighth consecutive crown for the Southeastern Conference in college football.

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College Gridiron Season 2013 Underway

The college football season always begins generally with larger programs scheduling lightweights in order to sharpen their skills for conference play.  Occasionally, the larger, or more storied programs from the Football Bowl Subdivision even drop down and play against schools that are a member of the Football Championship Subdivision. In theory, these games are supposed to be blowouts.  It doesn’t always turn out that way.  Two minor upsets and one major one of that variety occurred over the last two days (Thursday and Friday).  Towson of the Colonial Athletic Association defeated Connecticut 33-18 on the Huskies’ home field.  Although this upset comes nowhere near creating the big splash like the Appalachian State upset of Michigan (included below for the sake of walking down Memory Lane) in the Big House, it is still a nice victory for the smaller schools to relish.

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Now, another FCS upset can almost approach the defeat of Michigan in the Big House, as North Dakota State came into Manhattan, Kansas and pulled off the upset over Big Twelve power Kansas State.

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Another FCS win over an FBS school involved Southern Utah nipping South Alabama of the Sun Belt Conference by a score of 22-21.  Although technically members of the Football Bowl Subdivision the Sun Belt is generally regarded as one of the weaker conferences.  The South Alabama loss, in reality, was a toss-up game to begin with.

Military told not to read Obama-scandal news |Dr. Gina Loudon/WND

If there is nothing to hide, then why the clampdown on the freedom to acquire truthful information? This is indeed an indication of the increasing tyrannical behavior of the totalitarian regime of Barack Hussein Obama.

GOP Fueling Record ‘Duck Dynasty’ Ratings

Shayn Roby’s Take:  The clean humor and Christian values displayed in Duck Dynasty episodes is what draws Southern conservative viewers to the show. In a related matter, it is worthy to note that ‘Duck Dynasty Commander Phil Robertson will be appearing onstage tonight at “The Harvest Crusade” with evangelist Greg Laurie as they seek to win thousands of people to our Lord and Saviour Jesus, who gave His life, so that we might be delivered from the bondage of our sins.