Great article by WND. I believe America is the new Iraq, and violence will become more popular. Law enforcement is a political game, in and of itself. The police chiefs’ jobs hang in the balance daily in all the major cities, and that is why Chicago is becoming the new Detroit and New York is a slum.
God Bless WND for honest reporting.
[To Joseph Farah:] In your recent column, you state, “Romney is already running dead-even with the White House incumbent, which is truly amazing at this stage of the campaign. I think he can win and free America from this Obama scourge (emphasis added).”
Not according to the Word of God:
Deuteronomy 17:14-15 (KJV): 14 When thou art come unto the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee, and shalt possess it, and shalt dwell therein, and shalt say, I will set a king over me, like as all the nations that are about me; 15 Thou shalt in any wise set him king ... continue reading »
You left out one salient fact about Miss Rice in your column … she is a Council on Foreign Relations member. She is part of that behind-the-scenes cabal quietly but gradually working to set up a world government.
There is a famous quote from the 1960s you might wish to use in future columns. Before Barry Goldwater won the 1964 Republican nomination, columnist Tom Anderson said that replacing Lyndon Johnson with Nelson Rockefeller was like changing the safety pins but leaving the dirty diaper on the baby.
The United States is bipolar, one nation with two warring souls, like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Mr. Hyde is the nation of the lowest common denominator, the morally depraved and mentally squalid millions who make no positive contribution to society by example or works. They are determined to dismantle, desecrate or deface all that is wholesome, decent and time-tested to the good. They can be rich or poor, or of any race. They corrupt and degrade, as is their wont, all within their sphere.
Dr. Jekyll is the nation of the millions of aspirants, doers or thinkers who set positive examples for others. They admire the traditional ... continue reading »
Obama regrets not telling a “story” during his term in office. In fact, his entire presidency has been a story of fiction. His promise not to let unemployment rise above 8 percent, fiction as defined by current employment. His campaign promise of transparency, fiction as defined by Fast and Furious. His promise not to raise taxes on those making less than $200,000, fiction as defined by the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare. Now he is engaging in defining his opponent based on fiction. Just another shiny object to distract from his lackluster performance on the economy.
Dear Mr. Farah,
Thank you for your column, “Benito Obama or Obamalini?,” as I have been taken by the Mussolini posturing of Barry Soetoro from Day One! The outward and upward thrust of the chin, the pause while “posing,” the (supposedly regal ) “down the nose” look at his subjects: It all serves to illustrate the outrageous sense of self-worth and importance this imposter holds of himself.
Personally, I do not think he is seeking a second term. I think he intends to be a Chavez, a Castro, and serve for lif ... continue reading »