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Enslaving The World Enslaving The World

Will God Allow It? “Instead of a new order they institute disorder, and their controls lead to uncontrollable results.  In the spheres of economics, politics, and education, we see the plans and works of humanistic statists rapidly spinning out of control.  The dream of humanistic reason becomes a nightmare.”  Rushdoony Systematic Theology Pg. 656 Wars... More

SOS! Five Hospital Ships Needed To Save Gaza’s Children SOS! Five Hospital Ships Needed To Save Gaza’s Children

The statistics are just beginning to be analyzed—by UN agencies and a myriad of NGO’s whose mandates include salvaging young lives from the nearly incalculable ravages of the five-week (and counting) Zionist aggression upon Gaza. It is of course the third aggression in six years against the 1.8 million Palestinians, sardine-canned into what is increasingly... More

Calico Discussed At The Google Camp Calico Discussed At The Google Camp

When the billionaire tech jet set decides to let down their hair, what do they talk about around the campfire? According to the New Your Times, “Google is sponsoring an elite conference this week at a golf resort in Sicily, with a guest list of chief executives, investors and celebrities, all of whom were invited to bring their families. On the... More

No, ISIS Will Not Raise The Jihad Flag Over The White House No, ISIS Will Not Raise The Jihad Flag Over The White House

“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed – and thus clamorous to be led to safety – by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.” - H.L. Mencken Whenever I read stuff like this, all I can think is: “And they call Alex Jones paranoid.” National Review’s David French wants us to join... More

Police Abuse, Riots, And AR-15 Rifles Police Abuse, Riots, And AR-15 Rifles

If You Don’t Have Such A Rifle, Go Buy One Now! The recent killing of an unarmed teenager by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer incited riots in and around the northern St. Louis area. As usual, the police version and the version of several eye witnesses lie in stark contrast. The police version is, the young man was struggling with the officer and... More

Tired of Writing About Genocide? Then Write About FOOD! Tired of Writing About Genocide? Then Write About FOOD!

OMG, I am so sick and tired of writing about American-sponsored neo-Nazis in the Ukraine, American-financed genocide in Gaza and American-backed ISIS murderers in Syria and Iraq.  Geez Louise.  It’s enough to make me sick! But not sick enough to stop eating. Even though women and children are starving in Gaza and refugees in Erbil are hunkering... More

The Low-Information Evangelical – Part 1 The Low-Information Evangelical – Part 1

We are told throughout the New Testament to judge, to test, to discern, to assess, to rebuke, to hold one another to account, to make moral distinctions, and to pronounce judgment when and where it is due. ~ Bill Muehlenberg The phrase low-information voter (LIV) was made popular in the mid-1990s.  Although the LIV is uninformed on the issues, he casts... More

Ben Carson Shouldn’t Run For President Ben Carson Shouldn’t Run For President

When Christians entangle themselves with the kingdoms of the world, they become worldly in the very worst way. — Pastor Gregory Boyd… When someone becomes director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins at the age of 33, you need to admire such an achievement. When, at 36, this same man leads a surgical team that separates Siamese twins who... More

Why Obama Wants Maliki Removed Why Obama Wants Maliki Removed

Standing In Washington’s Way… The Obama administration is pushing for regime change in Iraq on the basis that current prime minister Nouri al Maliki is too sectarian. The fact is, however, that Maliki’s abusive treatment of Sunnis never factored into Washington’s decision to have him removed. Whether he has been  “too sectarian”... More

Immigration: The Ultimate Get-Out-The-Vote Drive Immigration: The Ultimate Get-Out-The-Vote Drive

One reason predictions of a Mitt Romney victory in 2012 were inaccurate, say analysts, is that the turnout among certain Democrat constituencies — in particular blacks and Hispanics — was greater than expected. And what a significant factor this is. Whether we call it getting out the vote, having a great “ground game” or just turnout, it can make... More

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