Monday, May 30, 2011

The Need for a Second American Revolution (Part 1)

(Psalms 11:3) "If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?"

(Proverbs 14:34) "Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people." 

Happy Memorial Day to everyone.  I want to wish all the blog readers a very Happy Memorial Day.  Today many people will be out traveling, visiting family, and even having backyard barbecues.  In the midst of all the activity that's taking place today, let's remember the real purpose behind Memorial Day which is to remember all of the fallen soldiers who fought and bled for this country throughout the nearly 235 years of American history.  We owe a debt of gratitude to all those that willingly risked their lives in the field of battle so America can enjoy the freedoms she does today.  Our freedom is blood-bought.  It's very easy to forget that even though our soldiers bought our freedom on the battlefield, soldiers have had to periodically fight on the battlefield years later to maintain our freedom, even during the 1930's and 1940's when our world was in a battle to fight off Hitler's onslaught of Nazism.  Our soldiers fought valiantly to turn back the Hitler regime and a few months later, the Japanese regime.  We always must remain vigilant.  God's been good to us. 

I can recall nearly 20 years ago reading a book authored by John Whitehead entitled, "The Second American Revolution."  Whitehead, the founder and director of the Rutherford Institute, wrote this book in 1982.  He speaks about the secular assault on the public school system, the courts, and in the halls of government.  He encourages Christians to stand up and speak against the humanist onslaught in our society.  I remember reading that book and it helped me to see what the agenda of the humanists are.  Our nation is in a spiritual battle.  The Devil is fighting on every hand.  Since the Engel vs. Vitale Supreme Court decision in June 1962, our nation has been on a spiritual decline.  Look at the condition of the public school system since the Court stepped in and ruled against prayer and Bible reading in the classrooms.  Our educational system has been dumbed down.  There are all types of violence in the public school system.  Students bring guns and knives to school.  Teenage pregancy has skyrocked in the last 30+ years.  Student achievement has declined in the public schools.  There has been a dramatic increase in crime in our society.  Illegal immigration has made border states such as California, Arizona, and Texas war zones near the border.  Drug trafficking is common at the border states.  Our elected elite refuse to take a firm stand against illegal immigration. 

America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles.  Our Puritan forefathers came to America seeking a country where they could worship the Lord as they chose without state interference.  During the colonial days of America, she experience some great revivals such as the First and Second Great Awakenings and God moved in a mighty way.  The culture of America was changed as a result of the awakenings.  America was built on preaching.  That provided the theological underpinnings for America.  America was built on a solid foundation prior to the War for Independence.  The War for Independece in 1776 was not a revolution in the sense that France experienced.  The French Revolution was a bloodbath.  America's revolution was more of a counterrevolution which was against the government of Great Britain.  It was not a revolution against the founding principles of this nation.  The colonists were not at war with the principles that built their colonies.  They were at war with King George III.  They were at war against a country that tried to rule the colonies overseas without any sort of representation, such as the different taxes the British Parliament imposed upon the American colonists.  The colonists wanted freedom of self-government.  They desired the freedom to make their own laws and worship God as they chose.  That's what the War for Independence was about. 

When I speak of the need for a second American revolution, what am I speaking of?  I'm not speaking of Americans taking up arms and overthrowing the American government.  I'm not even speaking of political reform necessarily.  As much as I agree Washington D.C. needs a good house cleaning, I'm not sure cleaning house in Washington is going to solve the problem.  To be candid with you, I'm not certain it's even possible to reform Washington anymore.  Psalms 11:3 points out that if the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?  I believe it's almost if not impossible to reform Washington.  As much as I'm a believer in throwing out corrupt incumbents, that's not going to turn America around.  I'm not trying to minimize the impact of an overreaching government.  I'm not underestimating the damage that's been inflicted by our elected elite in Washington.  The thing we need to undestand concerning our elected representatives along with our president is they are not acting alone.  They are just fulfilling the agenda of the puppet masters which I believe include the Federal Reserve, the CFR, and those elites that are setting the agenda in America and throughout the world.  Our elected representatives are controlled and manipulated by the monied elite.  One of the reasons why I'm not overly excited about next year's presidential election is simply because I understand that voting President Obama out of office isn't going to turn this nation around.  He's just a puppet on the strong.  I believe he's a strong hard-core socialist, but I don't believe he sets the agenda.  I don't believe he alone made the decision to oust Osama bin Laden (if he's truly dead) or the decision to send American troops into Libya.  I believe there are other forces pulling his strings.  I don't believe Obama would be president today if he didn't meet the qualifications of the puppet masters three years ago prior to the Democratic primary.  Regardless who becomes president America's drive towards socialism will continue.  If Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, or Tim Pawlenty is elected president in 2012, I guarantee you they won't roll back any of the legislation that was passed during the 111th Congress and in Barack Obama's first two years as president.

In summarizing what I just said I'm not insinuating that Christians shouldn't engage themselves in the political process.  I most certainly believe they need to involve themselves in the political process.  I'm thankful for the emergency of the Tea Party two years ago.  I believe they played a role in the House of Representatives going Republican as well as several state legislatures across the country turning Republican.  I believe the American people need to make their voices heard by keeping in contact with their elected representatives.  However, I believe our political system is probably past the point of no return to make any kind of significant change.  We need a second American revolution but it's not going to come by reforming Washington.  The international banking interests has such a tight grip on our politicians that I don't know how to break that grip.  Mayor Amschel Rothschild made a famous quote over two years ago which says, "Give me control of a nation's money supply, and I care not who makes its laws."  What a gripping quote!  What it's saying is that whomever controls the nations currency controls everything.  All the laws that are written and passed are worthless.  That's why many of our Founding Fathers were opposed to centralized banking during the early years of the American republic.  Those who control the monetary policy control the nation's destiny.  If another revolution comes, it will have to come among the American people.  I believe it's a little too late to speak about creating a revolution in Washington.  The problem is too bloated in Washington to turn our political system around.  However, there does need to be a revolution amongst the American people concerning its ideas, philosophy and its way of living.  I will continue this post at a later date. 

Sunday, May 29, 2011

America's Godly Heritage

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"America's Godly Heritage" was presented by David Barton, the president of WallBuilders.  He is a very astute historian on the Biblical foundations of America.  To learn more about the early history of America which you find in today's public school textbooks, click on to

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Phillip J. Berg:President Soetoro

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Alex Jones: Phillip J. Berg (Part 1)

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Phillip Berg on Webster Tarpley's radio show "World Crisis"

Friday, May 27, 2011

The Biography of Colonel Harland Sanders

CNBC aired a documentary (I don't know the year) on the biography of the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken Colonel Harland Sanders.  Sanders was born on February 9, 1890 in Henryville, Indiana.  After his father died when he was six, he was responsible for taking care of his younger brother and sister.  He's held numerous jobs throughout his life such as farmer, streetcar conductor, railroad fireman, and insurance salesman.  At the age of 40, Sanders was running a service station in Kentucky where he could feed hungry travelers.  He would eventually move his operation to a motel and a 142-seat restaurant across the street, and it was there he featured a particular brand of fried chicken.  It was so notable that in 1935 Harland Sanders was named a Kentucky Colonel by then governor Ruby Laffoon.  He would eventually have to close his restaurant due to the construction of Interstate 75, which would bypass the motel and restaurant.

In 1950 Sanders started changing his appearance with his trademark goatee and white suit and string tie.  After closing his restaurant in 1952, Sanders devoted time to franchising the chicken business.  He took his first Social Security check and began visiting potential franchisees.  He would promote his chicken to different franchises across the country.  He would cook batches of chicken from restaurant to restaurant.  He would strike deals with the restaurants which agreed to pay him a nickel for every chicken the restaurant sold.  In 1964 with more than 600 franchised outlets, Sanders sold his interests in the couple for $2 million to a partnership of businessmen from Kentucky headed by future Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Jr.   In 1966, the restaurant went public and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1969.  The rest is history. 

In December 1980 Colonel Sanders died after being stricken with leukemia.  Sanders' story is very intriguing because he didn't start out in life with success.  He tried out a number of jobs throughout his young adult years before finally discovering his calling.  His greatest success didn't come until he reached the retirement age of 65.  He introduced his secret recipe of his eleven herbs and spices that only a few people know the actual recipe. That's the trademark of his chicken recipe.  He was known for his secret recipe of eleven herbs and spices and his pressure cooker.  The secret recipe is locked in a vault today.  I hope you enjoy listening to the "finger lickin' good" biography of Colonel Harlan Sanders. 

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Monday, May 23, 2011

Use Discernment When Speaking

(Ephesians 4:29) "Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers." 

(Colossians 4:6) "Let your speech be alway with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man." 

I remember very vividly four years ago getting ready to partake of a noon meal at somebody's house on a Sunday afternoon.  There were a couple of preachers there making mention of a particular couple that weren't married at the time.  They both were commenting on the situation and then I made a particular comment about the situation.  One of the preachers told me that I needed to study to be quiet (I Thessalonians 4:11).  He couldn't have been more on target.  I'm not saying that just in reference to a comment I made about that particular situation.  However, when I mediate on the verse in I Thessalonians 4:11, there are two things that I see that verse instructing us to do.  The first thing is we are to mind our own business and not be busybodies interfering in the affairs of others that don't concern us.  The second thing I see out of that verse is the need to utilize discernment when speaking.  We should use discernment in everything we say.   Matthew 12:36 says we'll given an account for every idle word we utter in the day of judgment.  I guarantee you many will be giving account of the words that have proceeded forth from their mouths.  How many times do we say things that have no meaning or value?  More than we can imagine.  There was an old Baptist preacher by the name of Dr. Percy Ray years ago who never said much many times when he was with people on an individual basis.  He was asked why he didn't say much and he made reference to the scripture which says we'll give an account for every idle word we utter.  Our speech is very serious in God's eyes.  It says much about who we are.  What we say, when we say it, and how we say it are of the utmost importance when it comes to our testimony.  Many Christians have ruined their testimony or have caused hard feelings among others due to the careless use of their tongue.  They've said things that they had no business saying.  They've been a stumblingblock to weaker Christians and they have marred their testimony before those who don't know Christ.  The Bible mentions much about the tongue.  James 3:6 declares "And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, that if defileth the whole body, and setteth on fire the course of nature; and it is set on fire of hell."  The little member that we use to taste food with can be used to honor and glorify God or it can be used to burn down a forest.  Many people's lives have been ruined due to the devastation that the tongue can cause.  That's why God said the tongue is set on fire of hell.  We better recognize how devastating the tongue is if it's unbridled.  It can cause untold damage when it's not bridled. 

Over the years I've heard many preachers preach on the imporance of apologizing and seeking forgiveness when we say something that offends our brother or sister.  When I say offend I'm not making reference to shining the light of truth on sin or the man of God that preaches against sin in the pulpit.  I'm speaking of  the brethren making hurtful, unnecessary, uncanny statements that we don't have any business in making nor is it our business to make such statements.  That's the point I'm making when I speak of offending.  I don't minimize that for one second.  If you've said or done something to offend your brother, then you have the responsibility to make it right.  However, I believe preachers need to spend more time preaching preventative maintenance.  I believe preachers need to emphasize the importance of following I Thessalonians 4:11.  We all need to meditate upon the importance of studying to be quiet.  If we would do so I guarantee you we wouldn't have to spend half as much time apologizing and seeking forgiveness for making unnecessary comments.  I believe some people think it's more spiritual when you say something that offends your brother and you go apologize to your brother to make the situation right than to guard your tongue and not have to apologize.  Again I'm not minimizing what the Bible says about making things right with your brother. We need to be Christian enough to say we're sorry when we were careless with our tonuge.  However, it's more spiritual to not place ourselves in situations where we have to apologize frequently than to be careless with our tongue and apologize frequently.  A person that controls their tongue can possess their vessel.  You can't possess your vessel in honor if you don't bridle your tongue.  A person with no control over their tongue isn't temperate.  The fruit of the Spirit can't operate freely in a Christian's life if they can't bridle their tongue. 

There are some people who are the type that always have to either have the last word or have to make a statement.  They can't be content with just being silent and not saying anything.  Those type of people tend to place their foot in their mouth.  Sometimes they'll interfere in other people's business.  God says we need to mind our own business and labor for our own bread.  If we would devote more time trying to focus on being what God desires us to be for his glory than to solve all the brethrens' problems in the church, we would be better off.  Many times God can accomplish more by our not saying anything or saying few words than trying to display our "wisdom" and make a fool of ourselves.  I've been guilty myself in times past in trying to display what I thought I knew.  It turned out I would have been better off in not giving my opinion than to say what I did.

One major area where Christians need to use discernment when it comes to speech is when consoling those who are in the grieving process.  Many times whenever somebody loses a loved one or a young couple lose a child in its infancy many of the brethren will use Romans 8:28 to attempt to comfort those that are grieving.  I've even been guilty of doing that over the years.  I've had to learn that the only thing you can do to console those who are grieving is just to remind them you love them and are praying for them.  Just knowing that you care and are praying for them is more comforting than all the flattering and swelling words you can utter.  Those that are grieving know that Romans 8:28 is true.  They're in a state of grief and they're having to adjust to the situation at hand.  When it comes to the issue of accepting a loss or whatever the situation might be, there's nothing one can do to help the person experiencing the loss to move forward.  That's something the grieved individual must do themselves.  It takes time and help from the Lord and loved ones to heal a grieving individual.  All the swelling words in the world aren't going to help them to heal.  Just be there for the grieving individual and let them know that you love them and are praying for them.  That does more to help a grieving individual than anything.  Also, be willing to be available to talk if the grieved individual needs a shoulder to lean on.  You have to allow the grieved invidual space to grieve and move on.  Allow them to say what they desire from you. 

Another situation involving discernment to those in grief is when it comes to couples' inability bearing children.  There have been many well-meaning people that have asked young childless couples when are they going to bring children into the world.  I know that may sound harmless but sometimes that can be heart-wrenching to some young couples, esp. if they're experiencing problems when it comes to conception.  You would be amazed at the number of couples that desire to have a child that aren't able to conceive.  There are blogs on the internet where women write about the difficulties they and their husband have experienced in trying to bear children.  There are many couples that face infertility issues.  There are couples that face issues with infertility that don't desire to advertise to the world that they are having problems in that area.  To some couples it's embarassing and agonizing to admit they can't bear children.  I've heard of women that have had a difficult time going to church on Mother's Day. They couldn't stand to see mothers at that church being honored for being mothers and they themselves couldn't be recognized because of their inability to produce children.  It's difficult for some women to bear.  Many times well-meaning people will try to utter words of comfort to those that can't bear children.  Instead, it excerbates the problem.  Women in those kinds of situations need to be in a support group with other women who face infertility issues so they can discuss their dilemma in a group setting.  Many times it's difficult to know how to communicate with those that are in a state of grieving.  I've had to learn the hard way over the years it's best to say you care about them and are praying for them than to express words of comfort to a grieving individual.  It's difficult to comfort a grieving individual.  Only time and grace from God will heal that individual. 

A couple of years ago I was talking to a young lady who at one time was engaged to be married.  I had asked about her "boyfriend" and to my dismay I learned they had broken up.  At the time, she was undergoing a difficult experience being engaged and then all of a sudden the relationship ended.  I had told her that the Lord would send her the right man.  That was another learning experience for me.  I had to learn the hard way if you're not close friends with a particular individual you need to be careful what statements you make when they're going through a grieving process.  Even though I believe the Lord will send the right man for her in his timing, it wasn't my place to say that to her.  When a young man or young woman is grieving because of a failed relationship, they don't want to be told that everything will be okay or the Lord will send them a (wife) or (husband) in His timing.  The best thing to do is pray for them and be there to talk to them if they need you.  It's easy to make statements like that when you're not the one that's grieving.   I should've learned that lesson myself but I didn't.  It's very easy to belt out words of comfort to those who are hurting when we're not the ones experiencing the grief.  Consequently, if the tables were turned and we were the ones experiencing the grief, I wonder how well we would handle all the comforting words?  I venture to say we wouldn't handle it well.

I could use numerous examples concerning areas where we need to be more thoughtful and use discernment when it comes to communicating with other people.  I will say in closing we need to use our eyes to see and ears to listen twice as much as we use our mouths to speak.  It would benefit us if we would we muse and contemplate what we are going to say before we say it.  Most of the time what we think is important for us to tell somebody isn't half as important as we might think.  If you have something that's genuinely important to say you should say it.  However, we need to avoid saying something just so we can be heard.  If we're going to make a statement, it needs to be meaningful.  It needs to make a point.  Otherwise, we need to keep silent.  Does that mean a person can't or shouldn't socialize with other people?  Of course not.  Is it wrong for a person to be a conversationalist?  Of course not.  I have no problem with people talking hours on end as long as the discussion material is edifying and beneficial.  If the discussions you engage in meet the criteria of Philippians 4:8 then you can speak unto your head falls off your body.  I'm exaggerating somewhat but I hope you understand my point.  There are numerous topics people can discuss.  That's why it's so important for people to receive a good, quality education.  Those who are properly educated have plenty of conversation material they can discuss with others.  That will stop a lot of foolish gossip.  What I'm criticizing are those people that use their tongues for gossip to maliciously hurt and destroy other people.  I'm speaking about those that have nothing better to discuss than other people's faults and habits.  I'm also speaking about those that will use their tongue to reveal things that have no business being discussed before a mixed audience or those that speak about issues that should be kept private. 

Those that have a problem in bridling their tongue need to find a life.  They need to put their hands to something constructive and engage their time in being productive.  They need to read and study to show themselves approved.  They need to use their tongue to speak about those things which are wholesome and edifying.  If church members would study to be quiet, we won't have half the problems with gossip and slander in the church.  We also won't have half as many people having to apologize and ask for forgiveness because they couldn't bridle their tongue.  It's more expedient to guard our tongue than to loose it and destroy somebody's character and reputation with it.  Once you say something that's hurtful or damaging, you can't retract it.  I don't care how sincere or repentant you are.  You can't pick up the pieces once the damage has been committed.  You will leave an impression upon the person that you've offended that you may never wipe away.  Words do hurt.  Words do inflict pain.  Even if you're sincere when you ask for forgiveness, the person that's been offended will have the impression in their minds that if you offended once, you could do it again.  That's why preventative maintenance is an absolute necessity.  It's better not to offend than to offend and try to pick up the pieces, which you can never do.  Your speech is serious to God.  We need to guard our tongue and be cautious in what we allow to proceed forth from our mouth.

Glenn Beck: Israel Trip Report

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Glenn Beck Israel Aftershow

Saturday, May 21, 2011

President Obama Calls for Israel's Return to the Pre-1967 Borders

Obama calls for Israel's return to pre-1967 borders - CNN

President Obama calls for Israel to return to pre-1967 borders

Benjamin Netanyahu says 1967 lines are indefensible

(USA Today May 20, 2011) President Obama on Thursday used the violent march toward "democracy" in the Middle East as a backdrop to unveil his plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians.  President Obama called for Israel's borders to mirror those borders that existed prior to the 1967 Six-Day War in June where Israeli gained territories as a means to defend itself.  The territories that Israel captured in 1967 were the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights, and the West Bank.  In a wide-ranging speech delivered six months after a series of uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa beginning with Tunisia, Obama also repeated demands that Syria's Bashar Assad and Libya's Moammar Gadhafi cease the violence against their citizens or face the inevitable end of their regimes.

At the State Department, President Obama stated, "We support a set of universal rights.  Those rights include free speech, the freedom of peaceful assembly, freedom of religion, equality for men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own leaders--whether you live in Baghdad or Damascus, Sanaa or Tehran."  In calling for talks between Israel and the Palestinians, Obama said the United States' "commitment to Israel's security is unshakable" and backed Palestinian demands for a new state based on borders that existed before the 1967 Six-Day War, which he called them "mutually agreed swaps" of land.  Since President Obama claims his commitment to Israel's security is unshakable, does that mean he'll send forces to protect Israel if they're attacked by Hamas, a terrorist group in Gaza or if Iran were to launch nuclear missiles against them?  If I were Israel I wouldn't want to count on the support of the United States given President Obama hasn't been a friend to Israel thus far.  Instead, President Obama has been friendly with the Muslim world in the Middle East. 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a stern rebuke to President Obama on the eve of his planned visit to the White House today.  He issued a statement calling the 1967 borders "indefensible" and stated a withdrawal from occupied territories would harm Israel's security.  It's troubling to see the direction the Obama administration has taken on behalf of Israel.  It's not in the best interests of Israel.  I will admit even previous presidents such as George W. Bush put a stranglehold on Israel concerning it's right to defend itself against the Palestinians.  Former president George W. Bush tried to push for a two-state solution creating a Palestinian State which would peacefully coexist side-by-side with Israel.  Israel and Palestine will never be able to exist peacefully living side-by-side in this present world.  There's too much enmity between the Jews and the Arabs.

Is President Obama going to tell Hamas to stop calling for the annihilation of Israel?  I doubt it.  Yet Hamas is in charge of Gaza which is next to Israel.  Israel faces terrorist attacks from Gaza quite often.  If Israel concedes its borders, it's security and sovereignty will be threatened.  Is Israel willing to surrender their territory and in turn face constant terrorist attacks from their enemies and not be able to defend itself?  Are they willing to surrender their sovereignty?  I highly doubt it, especially under Netanyahu.  America's best friend in the Middle East has been Israel.  Israel is the only nation in the Middle East that's the most peaceful and democratic.  It's scary.  Ezekiel chapters 37-39 mentions that God will cause a worldwide earthquake to destroy those nations that have turned against Israel.  The Bible says in Ezekiel 39:22 that the House of Israel will know that I am the Lord their God that day and forward.  God told Abraham in Genesis 12:3 that He would bless those that bless Israel and curse those that curse Israel.  I believe the judgment of God will be very harsh toward America whenever she abandons her ally in the Middle East.  It appears like that's about ready to happen.  I pray not.

Phil Berg: Obama Birth Certificate

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The Obama Presidential Eligibility Rally--West Lawn U.S. Capitol.  The rally was held on October 23, 2010

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Newt Gingrich Declares His Candidacy For President

Gingrich Supports ‘Variation’ on Obamacare-Type Health Insurance Mandate

Newt Gingrich and Nancy Pelosi Appear in a Commercial Ad Supporting Climate Change

Newt Gingrich on Meet the Press May 15, 2011 (Part 1)

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Newt Gingrich Declares Candidacy for President

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich officially threw his hat into the ring last week declaring a bid for a White House run.  However, Gingrich has a lot of baggage from the time he served as former House Speaker from the years 1995-99.  Newt Gingrich was instrumental in spearheading the Republicans rise to power in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in 1994 when the Republican Party won a majority in the House for the first time since 1954 and the U.S. Senate for the first time since 1986.  He's a very brilliant man.  He is an academic.  He taught history at college and is a historian.  He taught a history course in college while he served in the House.  However, when it comes to political power, he became part of the problem.  He wasn't very successful in derailing the Clinton agenda when Bill Clinton was president.  He was more concerned with political power than he was in trying to solve problems.  Newt also isn't consistent with his hard-core beliefs concerning conservatism.  In 2003, Gingrich supported the Medicare prescription drug program which was passed by a Republican Congress and signed by George W. Bush, a Republican president.  In 2008, he appeared in an ad with then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi upholding the theory that global warming does exist.  He also supported an absolute Obama-lite Republican in New York's 23rd Congressional District in a special election in 2009.  He supported Dede Scozzafava, who was chosen by the eleven Republican Party County Chairs.  Gingrich drew criticism from his conservative base as a result.

Also, Newt Gingrich is a flip-flopper as well.  He did that this past Sunday with his appearance on "Meet the Press" with David Gregory.   Gingrich was talking about both political parties and here's what he had to say: "I don't think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering, he said when asked about Ryan's (Paul Ryan) plan to transition a 'premium support' model for Medicare.  'I don't think imposing change from the right or left or right is a very good way for a free society to operate."  (  I would like to ask Newt what is it that he considers radical about Ryan's budget plan?  Our country is on the verge of bankruptcy.  There needs to be draconian cuts in the Congressional budget.  It needs to happen immediately.  If you look at Ryan's 10-year budget which is supposed to save us $6 trillion dollars, the cuts are very moderate compared to the fact we have a combined national debt over $14 trillion.  We need over $10 trillion cut from the budget today.  We can't wait ten years from now.

What does Gingrich mean when he uses the phrase "right-wing" social engineering?  What's right-wing about Paul Ryan's budget?  I don't believe the cuts in Ryan's proposal are drastic enough. Has there been calls to eliminate Washington's vast bureaucracy?   Are many bureaucrats on the verge of being axed from their jobs?  I haven't heard of it.  Are there any serious calls to eliminate any departments from the executive cabinet such as the Department of Education, Commerce, or Energy?  No I haven't.  Is Congess calling for major Congressional budget cuts?  Of course not.  I heard House Speaker John Boehner earlier this year call for a 5% cut in Congressional Budget's staff.  However, there hasn't been any serious, meaningful calls to eliminate waste.  The cuts are very modest to say the least. 

Gingrich talks out of both sides of his mouth.  He's not trustworthy.  He doesn't have a chance to be elected president.  He's a RINO himself.  Why is he running?  There's money to be made running for president.  Follow the money trail.  By the time he finishes his presidential campaign, he'll be able to pocket a few million dollars for himself.  He's not a serious contender for president.  Gingrich can better serve his country by involving himself in the organization he started in 2007 called American Solutions for Winning the Future.  He can use his God-given ability to concoct solutions in dealing with the problems America faces.  He doesn't need to be back in politics anymore.  He's nothing but yesterday's throwback.  He's expensed his time as a politician.  He can devote his time to more worthy endeavors. 

Rush Limbaugh has a theory about Newt

Caller Wants to talk to Rush about Newt

Glenn Beck: In Defense of Israel

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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The 2011 Kentucky Primary Results

Governor (Republicans)
 Phil Moffett David Williams
 Bobbie Holsclaw

David Williams won the gubernatorial primary.  He will face Democratic incumbent Steve Beshear in the Fall General Elections. 
Steve Beshear--Current Governor of Kentucky

Lt. Governor Candidates (Republican)

Mike Harmon (State Representative) He was Phil Moffett's running mate

Bill Vermillion  (Running with Bobbie Holsclaw)

Richie Farmer (Running with David Williams)  Farmer is current Commissioner of Agriculture.  He will be on the fall ballot with David Williams.

Jerry Abramson (Running with current Governor Steve Beshear)

Secretary of State (Republicans)

  Hilda Legg  Bill Johnson

Bill Johnson defeated Hilda Legg with 50.42% of the votes.

Secretary of State (Democrats)
Allison Lundergan Grimes Elaine Walker

Grimes defeated Democratic incumbent Elaine Walker for Democratic nomination for Secretary of State in the fall.   Grimes will face Bill Johnson in the November election.

Auditor of Public Accounts (Republican)
John T. Kemper III Addia Kathryn Wuchner

Kemper defeated Wuchner to win the Republican nomination.  He will face Democrat Adam Edelen in the general election.  Edelen was unopposed in the Democratic Primary.
Adam Edelen (Democrat)

State Treasurer (Democrat)

Steve Hamrick L.J. "Todd" Hollenbach

K.C. Crosbie (Republican candidate who was unopposed in the Primary).  Crosbie will face Hollenbach for the General election.

Commissioner of Agriculture (Republican)
James R. ComerRob Rothenburger

Commissioner of Agriculture (Democrats)

B.D. Wilson Stewart Gritton

David Lynn Williams Bob Farmer

James R. Comer defeated Rob Rothenburger for the Republican nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture.  Comer will face Bob Farmer, the Democratic nominee in the fall election.  Farmer beat Williams, Gritton, and Wilson for the Democratic nomination. 

Interviews With Jerome Corsi

Jerome Corsi Interview

Late Great USA--Jerome Corsi on Glenn Beck Show

Jerome Corsi on the Birth Certificate

One World Government

Jerome Corsi Talks About King George Bush

Dennis Miller Interviews Dr. Jerome Corsi

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The New World Order Conspiracy

Those Who Doubt NWO Conspiracy--Listen Closely

The New World Order is Here

Total Proof of the New World Order

9/11 New World Order Plan

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Phillip J. Berg: Berg Reveals More About Barry Soetoro

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

The Latest Lawsuit Showing "Barry Soetoro" is Obama's Legal Name

Part 1

Part 2

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Why Was JFK Assassinated?

Why JFK Assassinated?

Why was JFK Killed?  Illuminati Bankers Exposed (Willie Nelson and Lois Farrakahn)*

The Speech that Got JFK Killed

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mother's Day 2011

The Rambos "A Picture of Your Mother"

The Rambos "The Touch of Mama's Hand"

I want to take this time to wish all mothers a Happy Mother's Day. I want to commend you mothers for all your labor and sacrifice in raising your children.  There's no greater task than to raise future generations to serve the Lord.  In commeration of Mother's Day for this year I've included a couple of songs by the Rambos and two poems entitled, "My Mother Kept a Garden" and "A Precious Mother."

My Mother Kept a Garden

My mother kept a garden,
a garden of the heart,
She planted all the good things
That gave my life its start,
She turned me to the sunshine
and encouraged me to dream,
Fostering and nurturing
the seeds of self-esteem...
And when the winds and rain came,
she protected me enough-
But not too much because she knew
I'd need to stand up strong and tough.
Her constant good example
always taught me right from wrong-
Markers for my pathway
that will last a lifetime long.
I am my Mother's garden.
I am her legacy-
And I hope today she feels the love
reflected back from me.


A Precious Mother

Mom, you've given me so much,
Love from your heart
and the warmth of your touch.
The gift of life and you're a friend to me.
We have a very Special Bond
which only comes from God...
I'm sure you agree.
As a child I would say Mommy I Love You,
Now you're my Mother so dear
I love you even more
with each and every new year.
If I could have chosen,
I would have picked no other.
Than for be my lifelong friend
and Precious Mother.


The poems came from a Mother's Day website.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

The Beltway Establishment Poses More of a Threat to the American People than Osama bin Laden

 Osama bin Laden

Al Qaeda  Nancy Pelosi

Harry Reid Barney Frank Lindsey Graham John McCain George Soros The Rockefeller Brothers
The symbol of the Federal Reserve SystemWall Street

This past Sunday evening May 1, 2011, news reports from Fox, CNN, MSNBC, and a host of other media outlets reported that President Obama had given the order for the Navy Seals to come to the compound where it was believed that Osama bin Liden had been hiding.  The news reported that Osama bin Laden has been killed and he was given a burial according to Islamic custom and he was buried in the sea.  There are scores of jubilant Americans across the country who are glad that justice has been served.  Former president George W. Bush made the statement following the September 11, 2001 attacks that he wanted Osama bin Laden "Dead or alive".  Consequently, the Bush administration supposedly didn't find Bin Laden and didn't bring him to justice.  Instead, it was the Obama administration that gave the green light for the Navy Seals to take him out.  Needless to say, there are conspiracy theories abounding that the corpse that was murdered wasn't Osama bin Laden.  There has been conflicting stories concerning the details of the death of Osama bin Laden.  I'm not going to take time to debate the details of Bin Laden's death.  For the sake of argument, we're going to assume that Bin Laden was legitimately killed.  If Bin Laden is truly dead, then President Obama deserves credit for granting the orders to kill Osama bin Laden.  You should give credit to whom credit is due.  I am no Obama fan.  I disagree with most of his policies.  However, if the news reports concerning the death of Bin Laden are accurate, then I'll happily give Obama credit, regardless of my thoughts toward him.  Bin Laden needed to be brought to justice because he was the mastermind of not only the 9/11 attacks, but the attacks on the U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998 and the U.S.S. Cole incident in October 2000.  Those that have conspired to harm Americans and kill as many as 3000 in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon attacks deserve justice. 

I recall years ago around 2006 then Vice-President Dick Cheney made the statement that the world is a lot safer since Sadaam Hussein is no longer in power in Iraq.  This past week many have said the world is a little safer since Osama Bin Laden was killed.  I do agree when an evil terrorist or brutal dictator is murdered,  that is one less person on earth that will inflict pain and be a thorn to mankind.  Bin Laden was evil and he was the ringleader of the terrorist network Al-Qaeda.  The reason why many Americans are jubilant over his death is simply because he was responsible for the evil terrorist acts that were unleashed upon innocent Americans nearly ten years ago.  The Bible says in Genesis that those that are guilty of shedding the blood of innocent humans should in turn have their life taken from them.  I want to emphasize that Bin Laden needed to be either captured or killed.  However, we must be realistic and recognize that Al-Qaeda is still in operation and the no. 2 leader, Ayman al-Zawahri is still at-large somewhere.  Also, we must be cognizant of the fact there are other dictators that are a threat to the stability of the world.  One example that comes to mind is the Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  If he's not thrown out soon, he's going to launch nuclear attacks against Israel.  Ahmadinejad stated years ago that he wanted to see Israel wiped off the face of the map.  He's a dangerous threat to the stability of the Middle East.

Even though there are dictators in this world that pose a threat to the stability to the Western hemisphere, we need to be aware as Americans there are other people that pose a bigger threat to the sovereignty of America than forces from without.  Years ago radio talk-show host Michael Savage wrote a book entitled, "The Enemy Within".  In his book he mentioned there are forces within America that are a cancer and are destroying America at its seams.  He's exactly on target.  As much as we need to be on guard when it comes to Al-Qaeda, or Ahmadinejad, our biggest threat as far as people are concerned doesn't stem from foreign dictators or foreign terrorist groups.  Our problems stem from those who claim to represent us in Washington, D.C.  They are career incumbent politicians--both Democrat and Republican alike.  It's the beltway establishment, as I label it, that poses a greater threat to the American people.  I'm much more concerned about the elected elite destroying America than I am Al-Qaeda or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  The reason why 9/11 took place, for example, was because of America's lax immigration policies, to name a few.  For the last several presidential administrations, our government has allowed foreigners from the Third World to cross America's shores and they have infiltrated our borders.  We have a major problem with illegal immigration in this country.  The 9/11 hijackers had overstayed their Visas in 2001 and the U.S. government didn't keep track of it.  9/11 shouldn't have happened.  We had laws and a means of enforcement to prevent the 9/11 attacks from taking place.  As a result of the attacks, Congress passed the USA Patriot Act in October 2001 which is a violation of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments.  The Patriot Act is unconstitutional and it gives too much power to the Executive Branch to conduct unreasonable seizures upon the average American.  Since 9/11 America has increasingly been traveling on the road to socialism.  The last two presidents have brought America closer to socialism than any of the previous presidents prior to George W. Bush.  They used the 9/11 attacks as a precursor to exert more power over the lives of the average American.  That was not something that Al-Qaeda was responsible for.  That was our own elected elite.

Who are the beltway establishment?  My definition of the beltway establishment is a combination of Congress, the president, government bureaucrats, the Federal Reserve, Wall Street, George Soros, the Rockefeller family, and any other special groups or influence that manipulate and co-opt our politicians.  I've posted several pictures of a number of different sources which I believe are a threat to America.  When I say these groups of people are more of a threat to the sovereignty of American than Osama bin Laden or Al-Qaeda, I mean that wholeheartedly.  Take a look at the policies of the U.S. government within the last few years.  Some example are the TARP bailouts of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, General Motors and Chrysler, to name a few.  In March 2010, the "Affordable Healthcare Act", which is another name for Obamacare, was passed by Congress and signed by the president.  Also, consider the unprecedented levels of government spending that have taken place within the last several years.  Everything I just mentioned was the result of our politicians working hand-in-hand with globalist forces within the government to impose fascism upon America.  That wasn't the result of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  It was from those that run our government.  The reason why Americans face the threat of another terrorist attack is due to the insane policies of the federal government when it comes to the policies of illegal immigration or political correctness run amok.  Our government has been cozying up to Muslims and some don't want to reveal the truth that we are at war with Islamic terrorism.  It's the insane policies of our elected elite that are making us vulnerable to another terrorist attack.  I'm not that worried over Al-Qaeda or those from without that desire to destroy America.  It's our enemies within that concern me.  If we had statesmen who loved this country and would do everything within their power to protect America, the most evil dictator in the world couldn't stop America.  I need to briefly mention that God warns in Genesis that he will bless those that bless Israel and curse those that curse Israel.  If we desire to see God's blessings remain upon this great country, it's important we elect leaders who will respect Israel's right to exist as a sovereign nation.  For the first time in our nation's history, we have a president who's not supportive of Israel and that's very scary. 

The point I'm making is if we had leaders that feared God and revered the U.S. Constitution like they should, then the most dangerous enemy of the world couldn't destroy America.  It's not the brutal dictators or the terrorist networks from without that are America's greatest problems.  It's those that serve in our government that pose the greatest threat to the American people. 

It's imperative there be term limits placed upon the incumbents in both Houses of Congress.  Given the fact the House and the Senate are co-opted and manipulated by the puppet masters, it's imperative we don't allow these incumbents to become too familiar with Washington.  The longer an incumbent serves in Washington, the more dangerous they become.  I would rather have a first-term Democrat who didn't know his way around Washington than a Republican incumbent who knows the whole system in Washington.  Politics is so corrupt and ungodly in Washington today that I believe even the best incumbent will become corrupted if they serve in Washington for too many terms.  Congress needs to be a revolving door.  We need to wake up and recognize our greatest threat in America in regards to people aren't those forces from without.  It's those within the system and framework of the federal government as well as the monied interests of Wall Street and the Federal Reserve.  They are our greatest enemies!