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Meghan McCain Responds to Joy Behar’s Comment that She’s Offended by All Republicans

I don’t know how Meghan McCain puts up with someone like Joy Behar. While I don’t always agree with everything Ms. McCain says, she’s been a really strong conservative voice on The View and I think she’s doing a great job. You have to wonder how long she’ll last though – it would get pretty old day after day being attacked by the other co-hosts of the The View.

Take today’s episode, for instance. When talking about White House staff secretary Rob Porter, Behar goes off on a tangent saying that all Republicans offend her. She gets downright snippy with Meghan, who holds her own across the table.


“We are not going to move the needle one way or another throwing out platitudes or hubris like that. I would like to have a real conversation about it. I don’t know why you’re sitting here saying you’re offended by all Republicans. I’m trying to give you my perspective.”

Meghan is completely right about this and the better person for saying it. Republicans and Democrats may not agree with each other on much but it doesn’t do any good to scream and yell  or tell someone to their face that they’re offended by you simply because the party you choose to affiliate with doesn’t jive with their own personal beliefs.

Will the left ever see how hypocritical they are? It’s all tolerance and acceptance unless it’s someone outside their liberal bubble.




NYC Mega Church Pastor Blurs Moral Lines on Abortion

According to the World Health Organization, there are 40 – 50 million abortions performed each year, and in the US, there are over 3,000 per day. In a society where abortion on demand is becoming the battle-cry of most feminists, it’s getting harder and harder to find the pro-life voices in the younger generations.

Which is why it’s especially disappointing when Carl Lentz, pastor of the 9,000+ congregation of Hillsong Church in New York and a prominent member of the Christian faith, failed to step up to the plate and call abortion out for the sin that it is.

When asked by host Joy Behar if abortion was sinful, Lentz responded “That’s the kind of conversation we would have finding out your story, where you’re from, what you believe. I mean, God’s the judge. People have to live to their own convictions,” Lentz continued. “That’s such a broad question, to me, I’m going higher. I want to sit with somebody and say, ‘What do you believe?’”

People have to live their own convictions? Really? Where is that found in the Bible?

As a religious leader, especially someone just slightly older than the millennial generation, Lentz had a huge platform to advance the pro-life movement while also compassionately reaching out to the pro-choice crowd to show that all sin can be forgiven and that the church is here to love and support women and help them when they choose life.

But by taking no stance, he basically says said “Do whatever you want! There are no rules in religion except those that you make your self!”

Is this where the Christian faith is headed? Just live life however you want and you’ll still go to heaven? Troubling times are ahead for the church if this is where we’re going with our theology.

If Lentz seems to be having some trouble finding scripture to support the Biblical view that abortion is wrong, maybe he should read some verses talking about the sanctity of life like Ps. 139:13-16, Matthew 1:18 or Luke 2:5.

Or you know, he could refer to our own Constitution that states, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”


Tomi Lahren is a Snowflake

Tomi Lahren talks an awful lot about “snowflakes” but with the latest drama involving the former Blaze “Final Thoughts” host, it seems like SHE’s the one being a snowflake. Last week. Lahren announced she was suing former boss Glenn Beck  over “wrongful termination over her comments favoring abortion rights” which aired on The View last month.

But according to Beck, Lahren wasn’t terminated and is still being paid by The Blaze. “It is puzzling that an employee who remains under contract (and is still being paid) has sued us for being fired, especially when we continue to comply fully with the terms of our agreement with her,” a Blaze spokesman said.

Today, things got even uglier when Glenn Beck hit Lahren with a counter-suit saying she was suspended after clashing with other Blaze personalities,  repeatedly “inappropriate and unprofessional” during her interactions with crew members during her Blaze TV show and that she also broke company rules by revealing her wardrobe budget in an interview.

Beck says it’s not about Lahren’s pro-choice comments and that you can be “pro-choice and have a job at The Blaze.”

There’s also been lots of squabbling over who has control of her official Facebook page. Tomi says she’s been shut out and can’t access it. The Blaze says “and for the record, Tomi has had, and continues to have, access to the Facebook account in question. None of this makes sense. The Blaze continues to comply with its agreement with her.”

Sounds to me like the young millennial got her feelings hurt when she was slapped on the wrist for not complying with workplace rules so she decided to make a stink to try to get her way.