I just registered for the 9/11/13 National Day of Prayer and Fasting. I also think this is imperative to be saved (as an individual) from the destruction I believe is coming to destroy America, which was blessed and has turned from God.
I felt sorry in my spirit early last fall when I first heard about “The Harbinger” and the associated warnings and ultimate judgment by God. I wondered what an individual could do, when ... continue reading »
The citizens of Arizona should make every effort to recall Sen. John McCain.
McCain’s relentless advocacy for a literal Hispanic invasion badly damages, by every measure, the people of the state he is supposed to represent. And he should be replaced by J.D. Hayworth, who is committed to sealing the border.
McCain is an honorable man who endured great suffering as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. But this does not entitle him to change the ethnic makeup of the state he is supposed to represent, which is his obvious and overriding ambition. McCain’s personal circumstances ensure he would enjoy a most comfortable retire ... continue reading »
I just read about how Ayman al-Zawahiri called the shots on Benghazi. This comes as no surprise to me.
Back when everybody was afraid of Osama bin Laden, and people were being held and shown on TV after their capture, begging for help, I saw that Bin Laden sat and smiled, while Al Zawahiri laughed heartily.
At the time, I read an article in Time magazine that said bin Laden was the money man behind the attacks, but Al- Zawahiri was the brain behind them. When they killed bin Laden, I asked myself, “But what about Al Zawahiri?”
It seems ... continue reading »
The other day, you published an email from one Frank Marshall, entitled, “WND: Corporatist manipulators!” In this email, Frank tells us who he thinks the worst and best presidents were that this country ever had.
He then lambasts WND, calling it a “propaganda-laden rag on behalf of the wealthy,” and goes on a bit longer, attacking, attacking attacking … without a single word to support, or even to explain his thoughts.
I suppose this is a classically rhetorical question, but why do folks like Frank come on so strongly with their opinions, yet rarel ... continue reading »
Isn’t there a direct correlation between self-control and weight? Of course there is. All one has to do to lose weight is eat less. Gov. Christie at some time obviously lacked self-control or he would not be so alarmingly obese. And this surely speaks to his self-image and self-control.
If one can’t control himself, it is reasonable to ask how he is qualified to control others. It is desirable to speak and act as an enlightened statesman, but much credibility is lost if one doesn’t look like one. That said, I for one, and probably others, would long hesitate before trusting such an individual with momentous decisio ... continue reading »
The only surprise is that even one Fox anchor made the list. Everyone knows that the entire Fox Channel is barking mad.