WEB Notes: Look at this graph. Even back in 2007 there was only moderate opposition to homosexual marriage. As of 2011 the lines meet and since that point in time those who favor homosexual marriage has risen dramatically. There are generations of people who all they will ever know is that homosexual marriage is “okay”. You should know it is not okay with our Father. It is truly amazing to see how fast these type of events are coming to pass. It is interesting to note the so called “Arab Spring” in the middle east started in 2011 so we see many events escalate during that time and continue to trend in a negative direction. You will also notice a slight down turn in favor of homosexual marriage after the Supreme Court decision, we see that was short lived. What does your Father think about the Supreme Court decision? Find out.
WEB Notes: This is a load of you know what. How can the people possibly go along with the lie? The last time they accused Assad of using chemical weapons against his own people it was proven a lie. Then Assad agreed to have the UN remove all chemical weapons and dismantle the facilities used to make chemical weapons. Does anyone not remember this?
WEB Notes: Can you believe the day and age we live in when the Bible is considered dangerous and parts of it cannot be taught? Did you ever think you would see the day?
WEB Notes: We have heard this a few times now. They always like to announce it before it happens.
WEB Notes: The Supreme Court has officially sanctioned the moves of the new US administration by “allowing” key parts of the “Executive Order” through. An Executive Order is not a law, it is an illegal action. How many offices of government do we have? Three: Legislative (makes the law), Executive (carries out the law), Judicial (evaluates the law). In today’s American the Executive branch that would be your President makes the laws and carries them out. This is not how it is supposed to work.
WEB Notes: Never forget that. Christians are second to no one.
On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution requires states to list married same-sex couples on their children’s birth certificate. The per curiam decision marks a landmark victory for gay rights, confirming that the court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges protects all rights relating to marriage, not simply the recognition of marriage itself.
WEB Notes: “Unify their lives” he says? It certainly is not facebook. Facebook is not going to be able to replace face to face relationships. They can form all the groups they want, but there is a difference between chatting with someone online and seeing them face to face and having a conversation. Generations are growing up where all they know is the online world. We live in interesting times no doubt about it.
In negotiations, Amazon spent a lot of time analyzing Whole Foods’ distribution technology, pointing to a possible way in which the company sees the most immediate opportunities to reduce costs, said a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified because the issue was private. Amazon, through a spokesman, declined to comment, as did Whole Foods.
WEB Notes: This is actually a good thing or so it appears as of right now. Monsanto is literally a monster.
Late last week, Qatar received a list of 13 demands from Saudi Arabia and the other Arab nations involved in blockading them, and has been warned by the Saudi kingdom that they have just 10 days to unconditionally accept all of them, or face unspecified further action. Qatar’s Foreign Ministry has issued a statement today insisting the list of demands is unreasonable.