Televangelist Jim Bakker: Buy My Food Before Your Neighbors Eat Their Babies

Jim Bakker figured out our secret.

Yesterday, the televangelist told his audience (yes, he still has a show) that they should secretly stockpile food because, when the world collapses during the Last Days, your “sweet neighbors” will be so hungry that they’ll start feasting on babies. And you wouldn’t want them to do that, would you…?

Oh, by the way, Bakker happens to be selling an 8-year supply of food for the low, low price of $2,500.

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Lenient Prison Sentence Upheld for Faith-Healing Parents Who Killed Two of Their Children

You may recall Herbert and Catherine Schaible, faith-healing parents who let two of their children die, separately, from preventable causes because they believed prayer would help them instead of doctors.

If you need a (sad) reminder of their crimes, read this post.

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14-Year-Old Muslim Arrested After Adults Assume His Homemade Clock is a Ticking Bomb

Earlier this week, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed brought a homemade clock to MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas. He loves tinkering around with electronics and he was proud of his latest creation.

Did I mention his name was Ahmed Mohamed? And this was Texas?

Then you know exactly how this played out:

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Arizona City Council Adopts Christian-Only Invocation Policy

The Coolidge City Council in Arizona (below) passed a resolution this week saying it would have invocation prayers at all future meetings.

We’ve seen this play out many times now. Yes, invocations are legal, but they must be inclusive. Atheists, Satanists, Hindus, Mormons, and everyone else must be allowed to deliver those prayers.

The leaders in Coolidge don’t care about that “inclusivity” nonsense, though. While passing their resolution, they included an amendment that said only Christians could deliver the prayers:

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Pope Francis: If Churches Aren’t Taking in Refugees, We Should Tax Them

Once again, Pope Francis has said something that’s radical on the surface, and once again, the Catholic Church isn’t about to change in response to it.

Speaking with a Portuguese Catholic broadcaster, the Pope lamented refugees who have nowhere to go and who are being shut out of Church-owned spaces:

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