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Archive for July 25th, 2013

Gov. Palin: Watch video of Benghazi victim on Greta’s show tonight

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 25, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

Sarah Palin · 3,555,531 like this

about an hour ago ·

I was honored to attend a great event today in South Dakota with farmers from all over the country. I’m heading home now, but just wanted to encourage you to tune into Greta Van Susteren’s “On the Record” tonight. She’ll be showing a video of one of the four victims killed in Benghazi. So often people in these tragic events become just statistics, but they deserve more. The video really humanizes one of them. He was a real person, not a nameless statistic.

This is the announcement at Gretawire that she is referring to:


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So often we hear of Americans doing heroic things and getting killed and we never get to meet those heroes, never get to know them….and worse, we never get to thank them or tell them we admire them.  These Americans are not statistics we don’t care about — they are our fellow Americans. They deserve to be humanized – not hidden –  and this video does just that.

Tonight at 10pm ON THE RECORD, you will watch a video of one of the heroes at Benghazi.  What is he like?  One person watched it and said to me, “he was awesome.”  He sure was.  Every time I watch it I think, “I wish I had known him.”  His smile is so warm.

Make sure you watch tonight at 10pm….and tell your friends and family to watch.  Glen Doherty deserves our attention.  He did much for us.


Governor Palin followed up with this post this evening:

This is a photo of Glen Doherty, one of the victims of the Benghazi attack. On “On the Record” tonight, Greta Van Susteren will be showing a video of Glen. Please tune in tonight and let’s remember this brave American who gave his life serving our country.

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Gov. Palin: Will free people cower to intolerant radicals?

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 25, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

Sarah Palin · 3,555,661 like this

7 hours ago ·

Cowardly Christians can’t feign shock as it snowballs. Will free people cower to intolerant radicals; where are the Daniels in the lion’s den? You know where this is headed. If military chaplains are censored and banned from doing their jobs speaking about faith, there will be no military chaplains, which is the radicals’ goal. And the radical minority won’t stop there. Will you cower and cover your eyes and ears to all this? Or will you rise up in defense of freedom?

– Sarah Palin

She linked to this article:

Chaplain Ordered to Remove Religious Essay From Military Website

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Chaplain Ordered to Remove Religious Essay From Military WebsiteJul 24, 2013

By Todd Starnes

A chaplain at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska was ordered to remove a religious column he had written titled, “No Atheists in Foxholes: Chaplains Gave all in World War II,” because it allegedly offended atheists serving on the Air Force base.

Col. Brian Duffy, the base commander told Fox News the column was removed “out of respect for those who considered its title offensive.”

“The 673d Air Base Wing does not advocate any particular religion or belief set over another and upon learning of the complaints from some readers, the article was promptly removed,” he said. “We regret any undue attention this article may have brought to any particular group or individuals.”

Lt. Col. Kenneth Reyes confirmed to Fox News that he wrote the original essay that appeared in his “Chaplain’s Corner” column on the base website.

Reyes recounted the origin of the phrase “There is no such thing as an atheist in a foxhole.” Father William Cummings has largely been credited with uttering the phrase in Bataan during World War II.

President Eisenhower referenced the phrase during a speech to the American Legion in 1954, noting “I am delighted that our veterans are sponsoring a movement to increase our awareness of God in our daily lives. In battle, they learned a great truth that there are no atheists in the foxholes.”

Reyes ended his essay with a reflection on faith.

“Everyone expresses some form of faith every day, whether it is religious or secular,” he wrote. “Some express faith by believing when they get up in the morning they will arrive at work in one piece, thankful they have been given another opportunity to enjoy the majesty of the day, or express relief the doctor’s results were negative.”

Reyes did not attack or insult atheists or non-believers in his column.

However, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation accused Reyes of going on an “anti-secular diatribe” and publicly denigrating “those without religion.”

They fired off a letter to the Air Force base allegedly on behalf of 42 anonymous airmen who allegedly complained.

“In the civilian world, such anti-secular diatribe is protected free speech,” wrote MRFF’s Blake Page in a letter to Col. Duffy. “Beyond his most obvious failure in upholding regulations through redundant use of the bigoted, religious supremacist phrase, ‘no atheists in foxholes,’ he defiles the dignity of service members by telling them that regardless of their personally held philosophical beliefs they must have faith.”

The Air Force agreed and approximately five hours after the MRFF complained, they removed the chaplain’s essay.

“While certainly not intended to offend, the article has been removed from our website,” Col. Duffy wrote in an email to the MRFF. “We remain mindful of the governing instructions on this matter and will work to avoid recurrence.”

But that’s not good enough for the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. They want the chaplain punished for what he wrote.

“Faith based hate, is hate all the same,” Page wrote. “Lt. Col. Reyes must be appropriately reprimanded.”

Ironically, the Air Force left six complaints about the essay on their website.

Ron Crews, the executive director of Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, told Fox News the chaplain was well within his duties to write an article about faith.

“To say ‘everyone has faith’ is correct,” Crews said. “For Weinstein to say, ‘I do not have faith’ must mean he has never flown because to step in an airplane is to have faith in a pilot’s ability and faith that mechanics have properly maintained the plane.”

Crews said the incident is yet another example of chaplains facing attacks for expressing their religious beliefs.

“Chaplains have religious liberty as well to speak to issues,” he told Fox News. “Mr. Weinstein appears to want to silence any speech of faith in the military. It is a sad day for the Air Force and for our country when officers obey every command from Weinstein to silence even chaplains from talking about their faith.”

Gen. Jerry Boykin (Ret.) told Fox News the action taken by the Air Force is “discrimination against Christians.”

He said the “climate of intimidation within the Air Force has worsened to such an extend that even chaplains now fear carrying out the most basic duties of their job.”

“In this case, a chaplain has been censored for expressing his beliefs about the role of faith in the lives of service members,” said Boykin, executive vice president of the Family Research Council. “There has to be a recognition that this is discrimination against Christians.  Chaplains are placed there for a purpose.  Why do we have chaplains if they aren’t allowed to fulfill that purpose?  When anti-Christian activists like Mikey Weinstein are dictating the rules for what chaplains are allowed to do, then why we must ask the question why we have chaplains?”

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