Tag: Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Why Is Ralph Nader Surprised by Pres. Obama’s Uncharitableness?

In a recent piece in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Ralph Nader bemoans President Obama’s failure to use his position and standing to advance the non-profit sector: Yet, though he rhetorically urges more volunteerism, as all presidents do, in his travels around the country, he stops most often at factories and campaign fund-raising events patronized...
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“Faith-based” Stooges for the State

I have previously posted on the corrupting influence of the State on the church, and we now have an incredibly overt case-study example in the Obama administration’s recent use of the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives to enlist pastors as propagandists for Obamacare. In a conference call to religious leaders, Obama exhorted them to: Get...
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Obama’s New Theocracy

The depiction of Barack Obama as the new, secular, American messiah began with his full approval during his presidential campaign and led directly to the spectacle of his coronation/inauguration. In what can only be described as a delusional, self-righteous pronouncement of himself as the new messiah (“the chosen one”), Obama has stated that: “We...
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