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President Obama Says Mohammad Was “Not a Real Man”


Shayn Roby’s Take: Indeed hitting women is contemptible. Of course, it’s no surprise that the followers of Allah/ Lucifer are noted for engaging in a number of contemptible behaviors. Barack Obama, like most liberals, believes that it is more important to be politically correct than to actually tell the truth. Of course, giving our so-called Commander-in-Chief credit for knowing what Truth is is probably more than he deserves.

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If you really think about it, sometimes people say things by logical extension without actually saying them. If you were to ask Obama directly, however, whether or not the “prophet” of Islam was “contemptible” and “uncivilized” for beating women he’d deny it completely. Because in the politically correct world of brainwashed simpletons, Allah-sanctioned wife beating — like Islamic terrorism — has absolutely nothing to do with Islam …

Hadith, Abu Dawud 2142, “The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: A man will not be asked as to why he beat his wife.”

Qur’an Sura 4:34a, “Men have authority over women because [Allah] has made the one superior to the other… Good women are obedient… As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them …”

Qur’an Sura 38:44, “And take in your hand a green branch and beat her with It…

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‘Dude get some glasses’: Critic says Fox News has ‘no use for black folks’


Shayn Roby’s Take: Libs are always looking for an angle to bash the “down the middle” network. Most of the political left are so far shot out to the extreme left, that down the middle Fox looks like they are on the far right to them. People of color are just as prevalent as they are at MSNBC, but libs feel a need to perpetrate their own fairy tale. They are ignoring the fact that Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp, Fox’s parent company has written a pro-amnesty editorial in the Wall Street Journal recently. Of course, people on the left rarely do pay attention to what is actually happening. Window dressing, appearance, and skin deep fix-its are where their intellectual capabilities rest. It’s not an accident that they compose the majority of the demographic known as the ‘low information voter’.

JUNE 30 2014 HAGMANN AND HAGMANN REPORT


Shayn Roby’s Take: No man knows the day nor the hour.  Of course, we are all just one heartbeat from eternity anyway.

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TIME HAS SPED UP AND WE NEED TO BE ON OUR FACES AND IN REPENTANCE

Revelation 22:6

And he said to me, “These words are faithful and true”; and the Lord, the God of the spirits of the prophets, sent His angel to show to His bond-servants the things which must soon take place.

Isaiah 59:1

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Education activists stage sit-in for full statewide funding


Shayn Roby’s Take: A member of the Teacher’s Union in Harrisburg, PA is ready to protest fully equipped with the Communist hand tea-shirt that is indeed an icon for the progressive movement.

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In Harrisburg, it’s a fight for full funding. Education activists announced Thursday that they are staging a sit-in at the state Capitol.

Parents, teachers, and students plan to stay at the Capitol everyday until  Governor Tom Corbett signs a budget that restores one-billion dollars in cuts to education statewide and raises revenue through fair and humane measures.

“Across the state, our children are suffering from two and three years of serious budget cuts. Schools don’t have full-time nurses, or counselors, class size has risen, we don’t have arts and music. Things more affluent communities take for granted in their schools, we’re losing. We’re mortgaging our children’s futures with these cuts in education, ” sit-in organizer Jon Whitehorne said, who is with the Philadelphia Coalition Advocating for Public Schools

Activists are also calling for fair revenue from taxing fracking, Medicaid expansion, and a freeze on business tax cuts.

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Washington Post Caught Slandering Koch Brothers: “Truth Not Important, Article Stirred Up Conversation”


Washington Post reporters Julien Eilperen and Steven Mufson apparently feel no obligation to give their readers the truth when they write their articles.  When confronted with the fact that one of their articles about the Koch Brothers was untruthful, their response was that the “value of their piece does not depend on truth, but in stirring up conversation”.

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Indeed, there is little doubt that the Washington Post is now being blatantly open and unrepentant that they have assumed a stance similar to that of the Internal Revenue Service, in which they are attack dogs for the Democratic Party.

(H/T: John Hinderaker/ Powerlineblog and Fox News)

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Is No. 7 Oregon heading for another surprise NCAA Tournament run?


Shayn Roby’s Take: The jury is out on just how good this Oregon team is. Brigham Young received an at large bid that probably should have gone to SMU. A tournament victory over them may not have proven very much.

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MILWAUKEE — After No. 7 seed Oregon’s 87-68 win over No. 10 seed BYU on Thursday, the Ducks’ locker room wasn’t the typical scene you would expect after a big Oregon win.

Milwaukee-native Elgin Cook had a career game of 23 points and eight rebounds so the television cameras and reporters in the locker room crowded around the redshirt sophomore reserve forward as Oregon’s starters mostly sat around waiting to be addressed by reporters.

“Elgin was definitely the player of the game. He really gave this home crowd something to take home with them,” Oregon senior forward Mike Moser said. “You could say it’s kind of a surprise, but we see him every day and he’s one of the most athletic guys on the team so when we see him take the ball and dunk it on somebody’s head, it doesn’t surprise us. It’s more of, ‘It’s about…

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2013 FBS Bowl Teams Final Regular Season Roby Ratings


Shayn Roby’s Take: To date, every single SEC team (three) has been an underdog according to the Roby Ratings. Every single time, so far, the SEC team has emerged from the game victorious. Perhaps, playing in the toughest league in the country skews the statistics even further down than one can imagine. Of course, as of Dec. 31, there are seven remaining bowl games to be played by SEC teams. The overall performance of the league’s teams can not be determined as of yet.

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Team                     Rec       WP        LR/ LP    CE    PD      RPR          BTWP

1.Florida St.         (13-0)     71 (0)        5/  1      .96    37.3   104.0     ————

2.Auburn             (12-1)     67 (4)         1/1     1.00     8.0     89.6      18.6

3.Ohio State        (12-1)     54(2)          3/2     .97    17.6     89.3         22.5

4.Baylor                (11-1)    54(3)         4/1       .97    19.9     83.0       14.7

5.Stanford            (11-2)    68 (11)       2/1       .99   14.8      80.6       9.7

6.Alabama           (11-1)     38(2)        1/2        .99    18.8   76.0       22.0

7.Arizona St.         (10-3)    62(15)          2/2      .98    14.3    70.0     10.2

8.Michigan St.     (12-1)     67(5)          3/1       .98    16.0   66.5      ————-

9.So. Carolina     (10-2)   40(13)        1/4        .97    7.5     65.5        33.4

10.Missouri           (11-2)   49(5)        1/3        .98   11.7     64.5         10.2

11.Fresno St.        (11-1)    57(7)        8/1        .93    13.1    64.8         7.1

12.Clemson            (10-2)    43(4)         5/2       .95    15.5   60.9        9.3

13.Louisville           (11-1)    40(2)         6/2       .94    10.7   57.1       12.2

14.No. Illinois         (12-1)    44(4)        10/2      .90   16.3    55.0         9.3

15.Oklahoma St.   (10-2)   50(12)      4/3       .95     14.0    53.7         8.8

16.UCF                    (11-1)    48(3)          6/1       .95     9.4   51.5      ————-

17.Oklahoma         (10-2)    45(7)         4/2       .96      4.9    50.9       10.4

18.Oregon              (10-2)    46(9)        2/3        .97    14.5   49.7      ————-

19.Wisconsin          (9-3)   37(12)            3/3     .96   15.0  47.5         10.0

20.Marshall            (9-4)     54(20)       11/2      .89    17.6   43.7     ———–

21.UCLA                   (9-3)   40(10)           2/4      .96     4.5     43.3      11.0

22.Bowling Green (10-3) 47(21)     10/1         .91     23.3    43.0      ———-

23.Georgia              (8-4)    34(13)         1/6       .95     3.8       42.0       20.1

24.Utah St.              (7-5)    …

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