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On Palm Sunday when most pastors are in church preaching love, peace, and forgiveness, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are marching in the streets preaching hate, disobedience, and vengeance. Kind of makes you wonder what their Easter message will be.
Mitt, the means is the end. The way you get there is what will determine what you get when you arrive. No one can serve both God and money. Your early conditioning has warped your priorities. A values clarification is definitely in order. Both Hitler and Mussolini intended to improve the human race. They were not stupid men, but they were extremely ignorant. Please stop the lies and manipulation. They will not make you happier. Happiness will come along only with honesty, complete honesty.
In regards to the East Valley Tribune headline from Friday, Aug. 31, 2012: ‘Rights come from God’: I’m happy that God changed his mind in 1920 and gave women the right to vote. I am certainly going to use my God-given right this year! I encourage all women to vote. Congress is wanting to take our rights away. If that happens, it could be another century plus before God changes his mind again.
Kudos to former Mesa police sergeant Bill Richardson for exposing corruption in Tempe. He appears to be an honest man who needs all of our continued support. Guys like this don’t grow on trees. Kudos also to the Tribune for giving him a wide berth in this regard.
Hospice of the Valley volunteers and staff are available for free, no-obligation presentations throughout the Valley. The nonprofit agency’s speakers’ bureau addresses important health-related topics that are appropriate for all audiences.
Mesa’s Queen of Peace Catholic School, located in the heart of downtown Mesa, is hosting its 12th annual dinner and auction 6 p.m. Saturday. Students will perform Broadway-themed musical selections. Tickets are $45 each or a table for eight for $350. Contact the school at (480) 969-0226 for information.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce is asking for volunteers to help with the city’s signature event, the Chandler Ostrich Festival. The March 9-11 event requires more than 300 volunteers, with most shifts lasting about four hours.
A female labrador retriever about 5 years old, Jenny was found on Interstate 10 out and about on her own.
The City of Mesa is celebrating Global Youth Service Day by hosting an athletic shoe drive for kids 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 27 at Mountain View High School.
For Our City-Gilbert is looking for volunteers to help us complete various projects around the Town on Saturday, April 13.
Arizona Theatre Company’s production portrays an imaginary 1939 meeting between Sigmund Freud, the famous atheist, and C.S. Lewis, the renown Christian apologist. They discuss God, love, sex and the meaning of existence.
Schools around Gilbert Unified School District will celebrate Jan. 22 when the district marks the 100th day of its 100th year.
Mesa’s Pilgrim Lutheran School is offering free tuition this semester to students in grades two through seven. The school, now in its 41st year, wants to give families that haven’t previously been able to afford it a chance to try out a private, Christian education.
Fresh & Easy has extended its deadline for schools to participate in its Shop for Schools program. Registration is now open until Oct. 15.
Cindy Risinger, who formerly taught at Tempe’s Bethany Christian School, was selected winner of the 2011-2012 AZCAPE (Arizona Affiliate Council for American Private Education) Private Education Teacher of the Year Award for preschool through third grade. Risinger was among 270 nominees in the different categories. Winners were announced this week during an event in Phoenix.
Fired up about what, really?
Parents of slaughtered military personnel in our Middle East adventurism try to comfort themselves that their offspring are now watching from heaven with approval as we prosecute those “wars.”
Join the First United Methodist Church of Gilbert, 331 S. Cooper Road, at its annual Fall Kick-Off event 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 19 in the activity center.
I just read that the city of Mesa is going to doling out millions of dollars in corporate welfare to bring three Christian universities to the city of Mesa.
Tempe Union High School District’s No Parent Left Behind University, in conjunction with GLSEN Phoenix, will present “Safe Space Training: How to Create Safer More Inclusive Schools for All.” During the training, participants will explore the different identities that exist within schools and community, reflect on feelings of exclusion, and build empathy towards youth who might identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT).
Chandler will host a networking seminar April 13 that will cover the most effective strategy for getting a job with the help of modern personal and professional networking. The Extreme Networking class will assist participants with increasing personal and professional network contacts with in-person communication and through social media like Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. Also, the course will discuss belief systems like the law of attraction to enhance networking capabilities.
Hop on over to Chandler in April for a special visit from a certain long-eared creature.
It appears that it is the singular attention-grabbing incidents that prevent many from being successfully oblivious to the turmoil that has beset Afghanistan. Reports that Marines were depicted urinating on Afghan corpses rocked the decency of many. The inadvertent burning of Qurans resulted in the Taliban’s killing of over 30 of their countrymen and injuring more. Yet, to date, protests over an Army soldier allegedly shooting 16 Afghan civilians has not provoked protests comparable to those resulting from the burning of the Qurans. Is one to deduce that human life is not as sacrosanct as the Quran?
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