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FRONT PAGE  |  11/20/2019
THURSDAY, AUG 16, 2018  |  36 comments
Clinton: Abortion good for the economy

Abortion has been an important economic stimulus ever since it was legalized by the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, Chelsea Clinton claimed at a "Rise Up for Roe" event on Saturday.

At the event promoting opposition to President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the former First Daughter of President Bill Clinton credited legalized abortion for helping add trillions of dollars to the U.S economy because women who had abortions were more inclined to enter the labor force: ...


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News Item8/22/18 4:02 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
sad to see jpw, who used to be a source of encoragement and blessing, now uses her posts to rail on and complain about Christians and inaccurately blame them for things that are not their fault Hopefully she will come back to the place where she doesn't view the brethren as the foe but as friend and fellow laborers in the cause of Christ
Hey brother!

Yes, I also remember the old JPW days. I wonder what happened to her? Anyway, Jim from Lincoln rails on Christian conservatives and she rails on evangelicals. There is no one more against abortion than I am, but my guess is if they ‚Äúcompletely‚ÄĚ stopped using their dead bodies for fetal cell lines, there would be no decrease in the number of abortions. Women get abortions because they are no longer want what God designed them to be - mothers. Those who perform abortions simply murder for money.

The Nazis murdered because of hate and not the fact they could sell the hair and gold teeth. YUK!

I am not saying we shouldn't speak out about the usage of these cells, but to simply put it into perspective.

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News Item8/22/18 1:45 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
penned wrote:
baby parts are a commodity. evangelicals need them for fetal cell lines. captivity. captivity. captivity.
sad to see jpw, who used to be a source of encoragement and blessing, now uses her posts to rail on and complain about Christians and inaccurately blame them for things that are not their fault Hopefully she will come back to the place where she doesn't view the brethren as the foe but as friend and fellow laborers in the cause of Christ
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News Item8/21/18 10:59 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Oliver Wendell Holmes and Perry Mason ain't got nothing on you when it comes to having a great legal mind, Chris. I'll see if I can send you a hacksaw with a cake in it.
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News Item8/21/18 4:07 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Dr Tim Wrote:
"Great to see you posting again, Chris. I take it this means you made bail."

How dare you, and no, I'm not out on bail. My cellmate smuggled in a smartphone. The court wanted $15 to post bail, and then 5yrs suspended if I could stay out of trouble for one day, or threatened me with 5yrs at hard labor at Attica. I wasn't gonna just hand over my hard earned money to those people...I wasn't havin' that, so I took the 5yrs. I guess I showed them.

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News Item8/20/18 9:21 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
baby parts are a commodity. evangelicals need them for fetal cell lines. captivity. captivity. captivity.
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News Item8/20/18 8:04 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Great to see you posting again, Chris. I take it this means you made bail.
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News Item8/20/18 11:53 AM
Yolanda | AZ  Find all comments by Yolanda
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Yolanda it is difficult to pray anything more than general prayers (unless a specific request has been mentioned or situation is known) when dealing with people you don't know I will offer up Ephesians 3:14-20 on your behalf
I do pray that Gpd's Word would be to me and others as it was to Job, esteemed above our necessary food because we do not live by bread alone but by every Word that comes from God. I rejoice with you that His Word was found and it became the joy and rejoicing of your heart!!
I thank you for your gracious reply and I was not trying to be inconsiderate but pointing out we are guests here and should abide by the house rules
Obviously, for the most part the same people read the various threads here If they were particularly blessed by your post, they have the ability to read it again‚Ā≠ Having the same poster at the beginning of every thread is not the same as having the same post If you have a post you consider of great importance then I would suggest you pray for its effectiveness in the hearts of those who read it
John UK, thank you for your gracious words
God bless

You are so right.

Prayers are generated by scripture Jn 6:33. I do wish we would encourage prayer here.

Thank you for your care.

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News Item8/20/18 7:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'll tell you what's irritating...all of these click-bait spammers who have been wreaking havoc on this board. So much for Mr. Roboto, as they've taken to doing it manually. What a waste of time for them because I doubt their time and effort has earned them a single nickel in all this time, unless one of them was posting a link to a sale on pickled pigs feet, then Dr Tim would have been all over that one, for sure.
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News Item8/20/18 2:00 AM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Yolanda it is difficult to pray anything more than general prayers (unless a specific request has been mentioned or situation is known) when dealing with people you don't know I will offer up Ephesians 3:14-20 on your behalf

I do pray that Gpd's Word would be to me and others as it was to Job, esteemed above our necessary food because we do not live by bread alone but by every Word that comes from God. I rejoice with you that His Word was found and it became the joy and rejoicing of your heart!!

I thank you for your gracious reply and I was not trying to be inconsiderate but pointing out we are guests here and should abide by the house rules

Obviously, for the most part the same people read the various threads here If they were particularly blessed by your post, they have the ability to read it again‚Ā≠ Having the same poster at the beginning of every thread is not the same as having the same post If you have a post you consider of great importance then I would suggest you pray for its effectiveness in the hearts of those who read it

John UK, thank you for your gracious words

God bless

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News Item8/20/18 1:58 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Yolanda wrote:
Unprofitable Servant,
It would have been so edifying to read that you would pray for me. In spite of what you posted, I will pray for you that you and I become more considerate with our comments and their frequency.
Yolanda, you are not grasping what Bro US is saying.

If you are looking at individual threads, one at a time, you might consider posting in every thread to make sure you got your message across, in case someone only read one thread. But I'm fairly sure that most of us use the facility to have all the threads come up on one page together, as in [URL=https://www.sermonaudio.com/comments_view.asp?localsection=detail&whichtype=new]]]HERE[/URL], so that if someone has copied and pasted the same message in all the threads, they appear one after another and sometimes take up the entire page, to no avail. And it is certainly not edifying, even if the post is a good one, because it becomes irritating.

There is need for prayer for every one of us, sure, but Bro US needs no prayer for this particular offense as he has never committed it to my knowledge in all the years he has been posting.

You may post as often as you like, in all the threads, just don't copy and paste.

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News Item8/19/18 11:09 PM
Yolanda | AZ  Find all comments by Yolanda
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Cross posting, no matter how good the post, is a violation of the rules of the forum. I would suggest Yolanda stick her thoughts on just one thread To be honest it comes scross as thinking to highly of oneself to post in multiple threads numerous times
My two cents
Unprofitable Servant,

It would have been so edifying to read that you would pray for me. In spite of what you posted, I will pray for you that you and I become more considerate with our comments and their frequency.

Now, what has troubled me is to open the blog and find a poster's name heading every thread; the same name appears several. So now I am similarly guilty of the same offense. Forgive the offense.

But we will grow in the grace of God and ask him to search our motives.

Can I ask this? You don't have to answer. But were you stirred by the scriptures? Man -o-man, those psalms are better than coffee. I fly high and carefree after morning meditations.

When I hit the street though, people respond. Pious? I don't know if I am to blame or not. Anyway, God is responsible for me.

God bless you and may he be gracious to us all.

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News Item8/19/18 6:01 PM
Unprofitable Servant | TN  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Cross posting, no matter how good the post, is a violation of the rules of the forum. I would suggest Yolanda stick her thoughts on just one thread To be honest it comes scross as thinking to highly of oneself to post in multiple threads numerous times

My two cents

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News Item8/18/18 2:29 PM
Me | You  Find all comments by Me
Evil
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News Item8/18/18 9:59 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Thanks, Yolanda. I withdraw my previous comment. Post all the scripture you want as often as you wish. I was out of line to suggest otherwise.
As for you, Christopher, will you never cease to bear false witness? How dare you accuse me of hygiene!?!
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News Item8/18/18 12:49 AM
Yolanda | AZ  Find all comments by Yolanda
Plain Old Tim wrote:
Yolanda, I am not trying to discourage you from praying or even frim posting. I just wish you wouldn't cut and paste the same material again and again. That's what Jim Lincoln does, and rather than being helpful, it just gets on people'snerves. BTW, I NEVER claimed to be a physician--but I sure know a great One!
I understand, Plain Old Tim.
It's just that I become so animated after reading the Psalms and other scripture that my desire is that everyone, everywhere would experience the presence of the Lord praying according to those scripture.

I am believing God to answer.

May God bless you Dr. Tim. Real big.

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News Item8/17/18 11:59 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
Well PO Tim, at least you made clear that you still live in Possum Hollow. As long as you stay there we needn't worry about you going hungry considering that you're surrounded by your favorite food just a' hangin' in the trees.
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News Item8/17/18 9:10 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...and,just messing with ya there, of course.
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News Item8/17/18 8:03 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Why do you claim to be plain old? Why don't you just call yourself, Tim, or, Hick? What's this plain old stuff? Can you prove that you're plain old, and why use that description for all to see? Are you somebody special with a need to be noticed? Are you so far above us peasants that a title is needed to separate yourself from us deplorables; distinguishing yourself from us lower class citizens who apparently are not worthy of titles ourselves? Can you back up this claim of being plain old, or is it just to make us gloat with envy whenever you grace us with an appearance? Are you a title glutton and in need of attention, or are you really as you claim, plain old? Seems very prideful, haughty, and strange that you want everyone to address you with this fancy, schmancy title of yours. Can you back any of this up, or what?
Please reconsider, and just call yourself, Hick, which seems much more fitting, given your appearance, hygiene, portable cardboard home, and mental prowess, let's say. ūüėä
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News Item8/17/18 7:05 PM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
Well excu-u-use me, JAG. I'm now Plain Old Tim because I got tired of people asking me if I really have a doctorate. They don't ask you if you're really from Mississippi. They don't ask BDF if he's really a duck farmer. They don't ask Christopher if he's really three times a zero. By the way, pray for Chris. I heard he was picked up on a charge of GTSC--grand theft (shopping cart).
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News Item8/17/18 5:51 PM
Just a Guy | Mississippi  Find all comments by Just a Guy
Sorry Dr Tim about being "plain"... (Not really)

But if someone wants to post the same scriptures over and over (which I haven't noticed) than good for them! The scriptures are never old, they can always be looked at differently, and if you think someone should "knock off" posting the same scriptures, than there a little bitty issue there...

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