“Of two evils, choose neither.” So said Charles Spurgeon, one of God’s choicest servants ever. The decision of the Founding Fathers, as stated in a column by David Kupelian some days ago, to approve slavery for the sake of the Union was a grave error, an error that cost 600,000 lives in the Civil War and countless other lives in the years before and after, even to this present day.
Choosing evil of any degree is not the will of God. It is a lack of faith that God’s will and purpose are best, and that He will do what is best for those who trust and ob ... continue reading »
At the Democratic National Convention, for the first time in my memory the Democrats endorsed publicly as a party same-sex marriage, the homosexual lifestyle and abortion at any trimester.
God has emphatically declared that what they have endorsed is an abomination in His eyes, and He will allow any people or any nation that practices such abominations to be destroyed, not blessed by a holy and sovereign God.
Are we being realistic when we think God will continue to bless our nation by turning our economy around when so many voters in our nation are more concerned about electing someone who will improve our economy than they ... continue reading »
Obama unmasked is nothing but a theater prop – a grinning mannequin stuffed with hate. Obama says vote for revenge. (Re: “Obama: ‘Voting is the best revenge’”) Revenge? Americans have laid out the red carpet for this spoiled brat, practically from Day 1. Indeed, America has accorded Obama deference, opportunities and special comforts, and now he advocates revenge? An unpatriotic and ungrateful narcissist is the descriptor that comes to mind.
After the past four or five years, who can say Obama is not a great divider ... continue reading »
I just wanted to write to you about the election and what it means.
First off, it’s common knowledge to anyone who doesn’t watch the TV news stations that President Obama is going to lose. There are a variety of reasons for this, but the prominent one is his own failings. He promised so much and delivered so little. He brought change to Washington, but not the change we needed. He brought Chicago politics in full force and the country reacted to that.
Secondly, it spells the destruction of TV news media. They have invested so much into Barack Obama and his re-election. Even after the debate performance nobody came ... continue reading »
I think that the mainstream media (TV and large newspapers) are fearing a public backlash to their misleading of the public about Obama’s record and life story.
In a truly free society, a boycott of the mainstream media might be enough to right some wrongs, but I cannot help but wonder if there is a law that is supposed to prevent the mainstream media from intentionally misleading the public. The consequences have certainly been bad enough (dramatic rise of welfare ... continue reading »
Thank you for the fine column on Karl Rove. Rove’s destruction goes well beyond the Akin story. He is a liberal Republican who conspired with George Bush to undermine the economy with his reckless behavior toward our budget and love of illegal labor. Remember, it was George Bush who called Americans lazy and embraced illegals for doing what he believes Americans will not do. How about ruining the construction business, places where our youth use to have jobs? I could go on and on with that list.
Rove’s distaste for real conservatives is what is wro ... continue reading »