I’m with you. My family and I will participate if we’re even able to by the 11th of September. Given the treasonous Congress and its willingness to give this thug from Chicago whatever he wants, we may not be a free nation by this date. That said, I will begin praying now and hope we’re able to pray publicly on the 11th.
Thomas H. Nienburg Sr.
[To Joseph Farah:] My family and I will dedicate the day to prayer and fasting. I pray this will catch fire with believers everywhere!
[To Joseph Farah:] Please, please, please, let us not wait so long! ["A day of prayer and fasting"] The need is NOW; the need is URGENT. And God does hear prayers.
Please do reconsider; we can get the word out in a matter of weeks!
I am on board with you as well as our church! Thanks for your ongoing support of the United States, our Constitution and our principles on which this nation was founded.
Pastor Gary Van Gorp
Dear Mr. Farah,
Why is it that, concerning the firearm issue, the politicians have targeted the firearms instead of the mentally ill people?
Why not require a physician or two as agreed to keep a list of people they think would be at risk to themselves or the public? Independent medical boards could be set up to adjudicate a final decision. Everyone in a residence would have to prove inaccessibility to guns by the patient. It just seems cheaper and less intrusive to the entire public. Almost every attacker has been seen previously by a medical doctor, from everything that I’ve heard.
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[To Joseph Farah, regarding "What U.S. should do about North Korea"]: Your idea overlooks the “Stockholm Syndrome,” which holds people to their oppressive governments like glue. Nobody has a more severe case of “Stockholm” than North Korea, with the possible exception of Democrats who voted for a second term for Obama.
North Koreans are not likely to rebel against Kim Jong-un, whether they have guns or not. There was some unrest in the DPRK military, but it was quickly suppressed by arrests of military officers. The military still has some who are r ... continue reading »