It appears that Bill Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, is destined to burn in hell forever for stating, “Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were Christians.”
Moreover, regarding Department of Justice threats against those who post comments online against the heresies of Islam and Muslims:
There is NO “Allah.” It does not exist. It is a satanic substitution against the actual and real Creator God of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob who w ... continue reading »
Regarding “National Day of Prayer,” I dare suggest that the American church leaders (preachers and teachers) should repent that they did not proclaim the gospel like Peter on the day of Pentecost.
They should have preached that Americans should believe in the Lord and be saved from the perverted generation. America is like Sodom and Gomorrah. The believers should tell the people that they live in sin and in a perverted generation. The church has not done this for mor ... continue reading »
The IRS is not a credible agency of the U.S. government that any taxpayer, in his or her right mind, will ever trust again. A mass taxpayer revolt is a foregone conclusion, based on the IRS horror stories surfacing daily.
The evidence at hand reveals the IRS as a venomous criminal organization that routinely engages in whimsical persecutions and illicitly targeted attacks along with felonious subterfuge, perjury, racketeering and extortion on a major scale. Therefore, the IRS sho ... continue reading »
I just read your propaganda about gun control, I have to ask myself where do you people come from. As a retired police officer and gun owner, I saw nothing in that gun bill that violated the Second Amendment.
You talked about a police chief from Pennsylvania who was against the bill also. I had to laugh at that article. That town has a one-man police department. Also the sheriff’s department in Pennsylvania has no authority.
Do you have anyone who knows constitutional law to explain it to you before you print an article? You appear to be run by Republicans that have a political agenda.
Why are you not writing abo ... continue reading »
I was targeted by the IRS for an audit in 2010. Here’s how I know:
In late 2010, the IRS notified us that we were “selected” for an audit of our 2007 and 2008 tax returns. After some counsel with our CPA, we believed that this was just a routine, “luck of the draw” event. We were confident that we had nothing to hide.
When we sat down with our CPA and the auditor, we went through a rather innocuous interview and Q&A session that seemed to satisfy the auditor. Then she revealed some additional paperwork which curiously (to me) commanded the attention of our CPA. He commented that he doesn̵ ... continue reading »
Regarding your column about the impeachable offenses of President Obama, I have a few questions that I hope you will consider worth your consideration:
1. Given the fact that granting “tax-exempt” status to an organization automatically increases MY tax, because I must therefore pay my share of the tax a tax-exempt entity is not paying, should I be required to pay my portion of the tax that is not being paid by an organization espousing political positions with which I do not agree? How could it possibly be a violation of my First Amendment rig ... continue reading »