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From Fox News:

Let's hope not Ken. You can't convert demons, right?

Texas-based televangelist is facing scrutiny following a recent TV interview in which he defended his use of three private jets and referred to the public as “a bunch of demons” that he needed to avoid while preparing his sermons. Kenneth Copeland, head of Kenneth Copeland Ministries, was confronted by reporter Lisa Guerrero of "Inside Edition" in May while in his car outside an event in Branson, Mo. Asked why he needs the private jets, Copeland responds: “If I flew commercial, I’d have to stop 65 percent of what I’m doing.”

Guerrero then asks Copeland about a past statement attributed to him, in which he allegedly said he doesn’t use commercial airlines because he doesn’t “want to get into a tube with a bunch of demons.” Copeland appears to become angered by the question and denies comparing people to demons.

“Don’t you ever say I did!,” the preacher snarls at the reporter.

Full story HERE

Posted On Monday, 03 June 2019 01:19

From Fox News:

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday that he was once gay but “cured” himself after meeting his former wife. He made the comments during a trip to Japan where he accused his political opponent Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV of being gay, claiming that the way he moved proves that. "I said, ‘Are you sure?’ They said, ‘You ask any gay person who sees Trillanes move, they'll say he's gay,’” he said, the Filipino news organization Rappler reported.

Full story HERE

Posted On Monday, 03 June 2019 01:12

From Rock Nation:

This particular outcome was certainly not what anyone expected

The challenger Ruiz, who was written off as an easy knockout, sent Joshua to the canvas four times in six rounds, before stopping the heavyweight champion in the seventh round

Although Ruiz had an impressive record of 22-1 coming into the fight, who would have expected that the shorter, pudgy fighter from Mexico would have any real chance of stopping the larger, muscular heavyweight champion of the world? Well, anyone who put money on Joshua before the fight won't see a penny of a return on an investment, as the shockingly fast and resilient Mexican handled Joshua as if he were an amateur fighter.

Joshua knocked Ruiz down in the first round, which sent British fans into a frenzy, believing that the celebrations would soon begin. But jubilation soon turned to shock as the Ruiz got up off the mat and immediately put Joshua on it in the same round. With one knockdown between them, both fighters gathered their composure to continue the bout; but according to fight commentators, the champion appeared to have taken the worst of the exchange and appeared to be hurt.

Joshua, although taller and seemingly stronger than Ruiz could not use his size advantage to dominate the fight in any round. Ruiz, a solid and sneaky counter-puncher, positioned himself close to Joshua, not allowing the champion to take advantage of his longer reach. By round six, stunned British fans watch Ruiz take full control of the fight by putting the champion on the canvas with ease, before finally stopping him in the seventh round. 

The referee stops the fight in the seventh round with a jubilant Ruiz jumping with excitement in the ring as the new World heavyweight Boxing Champion, and the first ever Heavyweight Champion from Mexico.

Top Heavyweight Contender, Deontay Wilder

News of this loss by the heavyweight champion is certainly good news for top contender Deontay Wilder, who was looking for a highly publicized fight with Joshua for the heavyweight crown. There is no love lost between Joshua and Wilder and the boxing world was eager to set up what would have been one of the biggest heavyweight  bouts in boxing history.

Wilder may still have to fight Joshua to get to Ruiz; but with Joshua now merely a stepping stone to the ultimate prize, the anticipated bout against Wilder has suddenly lost some of its appeal. Fight organizers may think it best to reschedule the contest between Joshua and Wilder sooner rather than later.

Posted On Sunday, 02 June 2019 09:22

From Fox Sports:

In a stunning upsetSerena Williams, the No. 10-ranked women's tennis player in the world, was defeated in the third round of the French Open by fellow American Sofia Kenin, becoming the latest high-profile player to lose in the tournament. Williams, 37, lost to the 20-year-old Kenin in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, on Saturday, hours after the top-seed Naomi Osaka suffered her own shocking defeat and first Grand Slam loss since last July.

More HERE

Posted On Sunday, 02 June 2019 01:49

From Christian Broadcast Network:

Gospel Singer brings him to tears

Steve Harvey was brought to the point of tears after gospel singer Duranice Pace sang prophetically over him on the Steve TV Show. Now the video of the powerful encounter has gone viral with more than 10 million views on Facebook. Harvey brought Pace on the show to tell her story about how God healed her damaged vocal cords. Little did he know, Pace also had a few words for Harvey. Pace was horribly abused as a child and at one point was force-fed rat poison. The toxic chemicals nearly destroyed her voice.

Steve Harvey was brought to the point of tears after gospel singer Duranice Pace sang prophetically over him on the Steve TV Show. Now the video of the powerful encounter has gone viral with more than 10 million views on Facebook. Harvey brought Pace on the show to tell her story about how God healed her damaged vocal cords. Little did he know, Pace also had a few words for Harvey. Pace was horribly abused as a child and at one point was force-fed rat poison. The toxic chemicals nearly destroyed her voice.

More HERE

Posted On Saturday, 01 June 2019 02:17
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