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By Todd Starnes

Sen. Ted Cruz is accusing the Obama Administration of ignoring what he called a “grave national security threat” – that makes the entire nation vulnerable to terrorist attacks.

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“Radical Islamic terrorists have declared war, declared jihad on America,” Cruz told me in my latest podcast. “They have declared their intention to murder as many Americans as they can.”

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Cruz illustrated his point by reference terrorist attacks from Paris to San Bernardino to Philadelphia.

“This is a grave national security threat and we unfortunately have a commander-in-chief who is unwilling or unable to keep this country safe,” he said.

Cruz accused the Obama Administration of being in a state of denial.

“He will not even utter the words ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ – much less lead this country in keeping us safe and defeating the terrorists,” he said.

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President Obama says he cherishes religious liberty.

I can’t believe he said that with a straight face.

He went on to say that he stands alongside the Catholic Church in defense of religious liberty.

With all due respect, Mr. President that’s a great big steaming pile of fertilizer.

Defending religious liberty?

Tell that to Kim Davis – the Kentucky clerk thrown in jail after she refused to violate her religious beliefs.

Tell that to private business owners like Aaron and Melissa Klein and Barronnelle Stutzman.

Tell that to public servants like former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran.

Tell that to Wes Modder and Phillip Monk and the countless military personnel threatened because of the God they serve.

This president’s assault on religious liberty has been nothing short of breathtaking.

If our Founding Fathers were alive today – I suspect they would’ve already started another revolution.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “God Less America: Real Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values.” Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

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The folks who make Doritos and Cheetos are jumping into bed with gay activist Dan Savage.

Frito-Lay announced they are launching a new product — rainbow colored Doritos.

They say proceeds will fund It Gets Better a non-profit started by Mr. Savage – a vulgar, anti-Christian BULLY.

By radio rules I’m not even allowed to repeat some of the disgusting words he’s called people of faith.

Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says he is shocked that Frito-Lay would associate themselves with a hate group.

It appears that Frito-Lay would rather do business with the likes of Dan Savage than America’s good, church-going people.

It’s not my business what kind of corn chip you chow.

But as for me and my house, I can promise you this, not a single Frito. Not a single Cheeto.

Until Frito-Lay stops giving money to a bunch of godless sickos who bash Christians.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “God Less America: Real Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values.” Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

Federal prisoner Kim Davis walked into the Kentucky jail cell
wearing an orange jumpsuit and holding a Bible.

“When I went back into that holding cell I hit my knees and just
prayed, just cried out for God to give me some peace and assurance that all was
going to be well – and I prayed and I sang,” she told me in her first digital
interview.

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It was September 3 – the day Mrs. Davis became the first Christian
jailed as a result of the Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage.

Federal Judge David Bunning ordered her jailed for contempt of
court after she defied a federal court order to issue marriage licenses to gay
couples. He denied her request to accommodate her religious beliefs by simply
removing her name from the marriage form.

“That’s all I ever asked for,” she said. “I didn’t ask for them to
jump over the moon and give me the stars and pull the sun down for me. I asked
a very simple and doable accommodation.”

Mrs. Davis, the clerk in Rowan County, was released five days
later after she agreed that she would not interfere with deputies who were
issuing licenses to gay couples.

Bunning said he was “satisfied that the Rowan County Clerk’s
Office is fulfilling its obligation to issue marriage licenses to all legally
eligible couples.”

However, the American Civil Liberties Union representing four
Kentucky couples contends that Mrs. Davis has altered marriage licenses — making
them possibly invalid. And they want her held in contempt – again.

The validity of the licenses is “questionable at best,” ACLU
attorneys told the Washington Post. “What’s more, the adulterated marriage
licenses received by Rowan County couples will effectively feature a stamp of
animus against the LGBT community, signaling that, in Rowan County, the
government’s position is that LGBT couples are second-class citizens unworthy
of official recognition and authorization of their marriage license but for
this Court’s intervention and order.”

Mat Staver, of the Liberty Counsel law firm, is Mrs. Davis’
attorney. He said the ACLU’s allegations have no merit.

“They want her scalp to hang on the wall as a trophy,” he said.

Mrs. Davis is a follower of the Apostolic Christian faith and a
devoutly religious woman. She is uncomfortable in the public spotlight.

“I’ve been called Hitler, a homophobe, a hypocrite — words I
didn’t even use when I was in the world — words that are very vile and nasty,”
she said. “I’ve been called pretty much anything that you can think in your
mind.”

But the words did not hurt.

“It’s a righteous thing to defend the Word of God and I am so much
of a nothing — to be used of God is just an honor and a privilege,” she said.
“I count it all joy.”

Our half-hour conversation was sprinkled with references to Bible
passages and worship songs. She frequently became emotional when talking about
her relationship with God.

She spent most of her time in jail reading her Bible and writing
notes and singing songs like, “What a Mighty God we serve.”

She especially took comfort in a passage of Scripture from the New
Testament.

“God did not give us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love
and of a sound mind,” she said, quoting Second Timothy 1:7.

But it was the following verse that gave her courage.

“Therefore do not be ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of
me His prisoner, but share with me in the sufferings for the gospel according
to the power of God…”

“I walked and prayed and sang praises in the jail cell and just
really drew comfort from God’s word when I was there,” she told me.

Staver said he marveled at his client’s composure during their
first meeting inside the jailhouse.

“We hugged and shed a few tears and the first words out of her
mouth were, ‘All is well,’” Staver told me. “I went in there to encourage her, but
we went away being encouraged ourselves by her.”

She was at complete peace, Staver said.

“I think it’s hard for people to understand that, but there was a
definite peace,” he said.

Mrs. Davis told me it was worth every day behind bars.

“The Lord died and suffered so terribly for us and I counted such
a privilege and an honor and a joy that I would have to sit a mere five days in
jail to uphold His word,” she said. “For me, it’s worth it.”

Life is slowly returning to normal for Mrs. Davis. She’s back at
work at the clerk’s office – in early, out late. She dotes on her children and
grandson. And she finds time to read her Bible atop a hill on the family’s
property.

And in spite of the media firestorm, this nationally known
defender of religious liberty even found time to celebrate her birthday.

Mrs. Davis turned 50 on Sept. 17 – which just happens to be
Constitution Day.
Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “God Less America: Real Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values.” Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

 

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While the rest of the country is concerned about the economy and border security and the war on terror, reporters have been lobbing gotcha bombs at Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

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Dr. Carson is under fire because he doesn’t believe a Muslim should be president.

This media-generated dustup over Islam is nonsense, of course. So kudos to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for his reaction to the gotcha game.

“I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation,” Carson told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

He told “The Hill” that the next president should be “sworn in on a stack of Bibles, not a Koran.”

“I do not believe Sharia is consistent with the Constitution of this country,” the retired neurosurgeon declared.

Well, right or wrong, that’s his opinion.

I tend to believe he’s correct. We are a nation founded on Judeo-Christian values – not Islamic.

Mr. Trump, meanwhile, is facing criticism for something he did not say.

He fielded a question from a man who said President Obama is a Muslim. The media immediately pounced on Trump for not rebuking the man.

“Am I morally obligated to defend the president every time somebody says something bad or controversial about him?” Trump asked. “I don’t think so!”

This media-generated dustup over Islam is nonsense, of course. So kudos to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for his reaction to the gotcha game.

“If you can find me a Muslim candidate who is a Republican, who will fight hard to protect religious liberty, who will respect the Judeo-Christian heritage of America, who will be committed to destroying ISIS and radical Islam, who will condemn cultures that treat women as second class citizens and who will place their hand on the Bible and swear to uphold the Constitution, then yes, I will be happy to consider voting for him or her,” Jindal said in a statement.

President Obama once described the Muslim call to prayer as one of the prettiest sounds on Earth.

And that’s OK — that’s his opinion.

For me one of the prettiest sounds on Earth is a gospel choir singing Amazing Grace at a Billy Graham Crusade.

But the Mainstream Media would have you believe that makes me Islamophobic.

The truth is I’m more than happy to fellowship with folks from any religion — so long as they don’t want to blow me up — or chop my head off.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “God Less America: Real Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values.” Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.