Other than Christmas, Easter is the most important day for Christians.
Despite the POS’s proclamation on June 28, 2006, that America was “no longer a Christian nation,” Christianity remains the most popular faith in the United States, with around 73% of polled Americans identifying themselves as Christian in 2012. In the mid-1990s the United States had the largest Christian population on earth, with 224 million Christians.
To the 73% of Americans who are Christians — and especially if you had voted for Obama in 2008 and/or 2012 — here’s something to think about:
Obama will be celebrating Easter tomorrow with a “Yoga Garden” for children and their parents attending the traditional White House Easter Egg Roll. Yoga is one of the six orthodox schools of Hinduism — the predominant and decidedly nonChristian religion of India.
Charlie Spiering reports for The Examiner that the White House issued an announcement that President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will include a “Yoga Garden” for children and their parents who attend the traditional Easter Egg Roll festivities on Monday. “Come enjoy a session of yoga from professional instructors,” the announcement reads. The event’s theme is “Be Healthy, Be Active, Be You!”
Meanwhile, if you had used the Google search engine today, you would have seen this ↓ instead of the traditional logo:
So who is that man?
On the Google search results page, if you place your cursor on the second “o” of “Google,” you’ll see this:
Cesar Chavez’s 86th Birthday
Yes. Instead of remembering the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Google chooses instead to commemorate what would have been the 86th birthday of a Marxist union organizer (United Farm Workers Union). Chavez died 20 years ago, in 1993.
Some Christians are calling for a boycott of Google.
Seriously, if you’re still Googling, you should know that Google not only keeps track of all your searches, the company also “helpfully” makes its data available to the feral [sic] government.
Please use these alternatives to Google instead:
Both Ixquick and DuckDuckGo are “private” search engines that don’t track your Internet searches. Bing is owned by Microsoft.
America is still a Christian nation.
But America’s political and cultural elites are not just no longer Christian, they are virulently anti-Christian.