Ben Carson Backs Out, Donald Trump Supports Homosexual Causes, Ireland Gains Pro-Lifers in their Parliament

Thursday, March 3rd​, in the year of our Lord, 2016.

By Kevin Swanson

A review of Donald Trump’s tax records has​ found recent donations to homosexual groups, to the tune of $30,000. First on the list of Trump’s favored homosexual groups is the GLSEN organization, founded by Kevin Jennings in order to promote homosexuality among public school children as early as six years of age. The Trump Foundation also supported the Gay Men’s Health Crisis in 2012.

“Whoever says to the wicked, ‘You are in the right,’ will be cursed by peoples, abhorred by nations” (Proverbs 24:24).

Victory speeches came after the Super Tuesday primary election. Hillary Clinton said that all America needs is love and kindness. Donald Trump called himself the great unifier and gave Rubio a few more punches for good measure. Ted Cruz told his supporters in Texas that a Trump nomination would be a disaster for Republicans and conservatives: “And that would be a disaster for Republicans, for conservatives, and for the nation. And after tonight, we have seen that our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten, that can beat, and that will beat Donald Trump.”

Retired s​urgeon​ Ben Carson announced that he will ​not ​be attending the next Republican debate. In a private letter to his supporters, he wrote, “I do not see a political path forward in light of last evening’s Super Tuesday primary results.”

Mitt Romney announced that he will give an important speech today, which Republicans hope will provide some solutions to the impending Donald Trump nomination for president.

Cruz, Rubio, and Carson may be the strongest pro-life candidates the Republicans have seen in a long time. Together, their delegate count stands at 344 against Donald Trump’s 319, following Super Tuesday’s caucuses.

Four former Mars Hill Church members have filed a civil racketeering lawsuit against their ex-pastor, Mark Driscoll. The embattled pastor from Seattle has recently moved to a church in Phoenix, Arizona. On the Trinity Church Phoenix website, Driscoll is listed as the founding and senior pastor.

South Dakota’s bathroom bill went down in flames Tuesday with the governor’s veto. Fearing “federal litigation,” Republican Governor Dennis Dougaard rejected a requirement that public school students in South Dakota use the bathroom that corresponds with their birth gender.

“The fear of man brings a snare: but whosoever puts his trust in the LORD shall be safe” (Proverbs 29:25​).

Ireland is one of the last pro-life countries​ in the Western world, and they aim to keep it that way for now. In their recent national election, the liberal pro-abortion party lost 27 seats, retaining only six. The other liberal party, Fine Gaels, slipped from 73 to 49.

Present Truth Ministries reports that four Iranian Christian brothers will serve a year of prison time for participating in a picnic with other Christians. They’ve done this rodeo before. Pastor Amin Khaki and the three other men who received the sentence have already spent time in Iranian prisons for their faith.

Sports Authority is filing for bankruptcy. The retailer with 14,500 employees plans to close about a quarter of its 450 stores. Other recent bankruptcies include Circuit City, Borders, and Radio Shack.

Pennsylvania teachers convicted of sex crimes against students are still on the state payroll, according to an investigation conducted by 6 News in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. While the teachers are doing time in prison, they still collect on a state-provided pension plan.

Arguments before the Supreme Court on the Texas abortion ​clinic ​regulation law were heard yesterday. As predicted, the liberals on the court were anxious to provide less regulation and more freedom for abortion clinics, questioning the need for patient protection. Then the conservatives commented on the really “appalling conditions” of these clinics, including rats running around the buildings. Justice Kennedy was cagey. Nobody talked about reversing the Supreme Court case, Roe ​v. Wade, which legalized the killing of children.

The U.K. Parliament is considering expanding business hours for Sunday. One UK Labour MP, however, says, “Sunday should remain a sacred day of rest and time spent with family.” Tristram Hunt stressed the importance of time together as a ​family.

“Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy . . . in it thou shalt not do any work. For in six days the Lord may the heaven and the earth, the sea and all that in them is, and rested​ on​ the seventh day. Wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath Day and hallowed it.”

American ​astronaut Scott Kelly returned to earth after a record-setting 340 days in space. Kelly traveled 144 million miles and orbited the earth 5,440 times. Kelly made some death-defying space walks and grew his own lettuce in space during his time in orbit.

And that’s the World View in Five Minutes.