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Muhammad and Jesus Friends? - What are we doing to our children?

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Hr1  Hillary says she's a Christian & person of faith. Hmmm? How about a little evidence please.

The Bible isn't a feel-good book or a campaign tool to get voters. It's a guidebook for living! They all claim to be Christian when stumping in the Bible belt. That's called "pandering!" Check their voting record and see if their actions line up with God's Word. What's wrong with judging others? Jesus said to do it!

HuffPo says Christians should accept Muhammad as a prophet. Show me that in the Bible.

Hr2  Speaking of racism... Rutger's professor says God of the Bible is an a**hole, white supremacist.

Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency,On all things pop culture

Are we being too soft on kids rather than prepping them for real life!

Catherine Zeta-Jones complains there aren't enough movie roles for women over 40. Really?

Should citizens be allowed to chase down a police officer for speeding!

Engineering course at UMass builds LGBTQA-themed light displays. Do we have to break every discipline down into separate courses?

Hr3  Mandatory condom hand-out for 11-year-olds in San Francisco. No, parents, you cannot opt them out of it!

Dr. Michelle Skeen talks millennials, the real world, and communications skills. We live in a more competitive world now, and there's a lot more for people to deal with.

What are we doing to our children? Have you seen the "encouraging" slogans on the condom packages?

Stop looking for differences & look for similarities. Relationships!

When we connect with people and animals, it positively affects our hormones.

And what about those trans-species? Why aren't they being called out for mental illness so they can get some help? It's not healthy to encourage someone dissociate from who they really are.