Joseph, excellent column ["You gotta serve somebody"]. Concerning scoffers in the “church,” some are quick to say, “I don’t worry about food storage, guns, etc., I am just trusting in the Lord.” My thoughts go to David and Goliath. David trusted God, BUT he also carried a sling and picked up five smooth stones. Interesting, too, that he picked up five, but only need one.
Dear Mr. Farah,
I have an interesting thought that I have not heard anyone discuss. The cause of the first American Revolution was, at least in part, “taxation without representation.” But now, with millions paying no income taxes and receiving some government payout, what we have is exactly the opposite: “representation without taxation.” This is an equally grievous problem. Could this be a rallying cry for the second American Revolution?
The enviro-pagans in Boulder, Colo., held a ridiculous vigil for an old elk killed in their community – and had the blasphemy to sing the revered hymn “Amazing Grace” over the dead elk.
Jesus died on the cross for the souls of humankind, not animals! These same people vehemently support the killing of unborn babies, no less. Heaven help us.
This is just a small observation I’d like to make. I just witnessed a possible new tactic by the Democrats in the fight over the Second Amendment.
I just watched a segment of Fox News Sunday where gun control was being debated. A new term just slid into the discourse by Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., and that term was “semi-automatic assault rifles”! Is this a new attempt to mess with the public’s mind once again?
The old term of “assault weapon” is losing its legitimacy. Through education, the gun novice is starting to realize that the term “assault rifle” was usurped by the lef ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah,
Please see the Jan. 2 Tampa Tribune column, “How talk radio can save America.”
Someone needs to get to Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin with this simpler-than-simple answer.
I believe we need a moral and spiritual revival, and I also believe in the column’s strategy. We must have both. Please read and talk to Sean, Rush and Mark!
Mr. Farah: The column titled “NRA wrong about armed guards in schools” was great. Why do there have to be guards when every person in a school has the right to protect his/herself? What’s wrong with teachers not only having the right to protect themselves but being able to protect the kids that they teach?
Guns are obviously not the problem. Gun control is. Since the time of the Connecticut school shooting, several other shootings have occurred around the country and have not made the mainstream media. Why? Because they all prove the only way to stop a ... continue reading »