Franklin Graham: ‘This Storm Is Coming’

Dec 17, 2014 by

From Charisma News: Christian persecution is growing, Franklin Graham says, and with Christmas approaching, he expects the level of hostility to increase. “The Christians are being slaughtered … this storm was coming,” he tells Fox News‘ Megyn Kelly. “The Christians are not only being targeted (by ISIS), they are being butchered.” Watch the video to see more of what he says about the growing animosity against themost persecuted minority. Watch here...

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Has the Chief Inspector of Schools really gone rogue?

Dec 16, 2014 by

By Dennis Sewell, Spectator: What’s up with Sir Michael Wilshaw? The chief schools inspector was once seen as a pillar of common sense and an enthusiastic partner of Michael Gove in pragmatic schools reform. Now, he stands accused of trying to enforce a particularly toxic form of political correctness as his inspectors mark down a succession of rural English schools for being insufficiently multicultural — or as some newspapers inevitably framed it, for being ‘too white’. Some critics go...

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Rebranding Christmas: More public bodies are refusing to give festival its name for fear of causing ...

Dec 14, 2014 by

By Cole Moreton, Independent: Have yourself a merry little Winterfest. That’s what they’re calling the season in Stoke-on-Trent, the latest city council to go utterly bonkers and rebrand Christmas. Forget Santa and his reindeer, let alone the little baby Jesus – the switching on of Stoke’s lights featured a giant Jack Frost freezing the streets with a firebird chasing him down. Cue outrage. “The politically correct brigade on the council think it’s fair game to...

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The PC Police State is finally terrorising even the police

Dec 10, 2014 by

By Gerald Warner, Breitbart: Policemen on the run. Who could have envisaged such a concept? That police officers in Britain’s second city would be constrained to travel to and from work out of uniform – effectually in disguise – in fear of their lives. That they would be obliged to turn their police stations into fortresses, besieged by the threat of terrorism. Yet that is the situation in Birmingham today. West Midlands Police have gone undercover, not to track down criminals but to...

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Helping the needy at Christmas – does charity begin at home?

Dec 9, 2014 by

by Andrew Symes. Christmas is a time of giving, when we remember the most vulnerable, those really suffering, those going through terrible trauma around the world. Children are especially at risk. Our hearts go out to young people in West Africa – the horror and incomprehension of watching parents and carers dying from Ebola is unimaginable, but also the lives of a whole generation have now been massively disrupted by the school closures and restrictions of normal community activities. Or...

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British values do not extend to thought police in the classroom

Dec 2, 2014 by

By Chris McGovern, Conservative Woman: Is a war about to break out between Government and religious schools? The spectre of ‘Trojan Horse’ paranoia seems to be stalking the corridors at the Department for Education. Ofsted has been required to take on the role of ‘enforcers’ of  “British values”. Central to these, according to the Dfe is “an acceptance that people having different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or having none) should be accepted and tolerated, and should not be the cause of...

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