A look at current events from the point of a view of a Conservative Evangelical Christian who stands firmly on the Word of God (that's the Bible for those of you at Berkley) and stands behind the Constitution of the United States of America. So grab yourself a big cup of java, kick back in your chair and enjoy another member of the "vast right wing conspiracy" making his voice heard.
Sunday, April 22, 2007
7:00 p.m. Opening flag burning.
7:15 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance to the United Nations.
7:30 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
7:30 p.m. Nonreligious prayer and worship: Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton leading the idolatry
8:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
8:05 p.m. Ceremonial tree hugging.
8:15 p.m. Gay Wedding: Barney Frank, presiding.
8:30 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
8:35 p.m. Memorial for Saddam: Cindy Sheehan, Susan Sarandon.
9:00 p.m. Keynote speech: "The Proper Etiquette for Surrender", French President Jacques Chirac
9:15 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
9:20 p.m. Collection to benefit Osama Bin Laden Kidney Transplant Fund.
9:30 p.m. Unveiling of plan to free freedom fighters from Guantanamo Bay: Sean Penn.
9:40 p.m. Why I Hate the Military: A short talk by William Jefferson Clinton.
9:45 p.m. Ted Kennedy Proposes a toast.
9:50 p.m. Dan Rather receives "The Truth In Broadcasting" award, presented by Michael Moore.
9:55 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
10:00 p.m. Presentation: "How George Bush and Donald Rumsfeld brought down the Trade Center"
10:30 p.m. Nomination of Hillary Clinton for President by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
11:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy Proposes a toast.
11:05 p.m. Senator Obama nominated for Vice President by Fidel Castro
11:15 p.m. "Our Troops are War Criminals", presented by John Kerry.
11:30 p.m. Coronation of Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
12:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
12:05 p.m. Bill Clinton asks Ted Kennedy to drive Hillary home.
Well, it just sounds like a good old time to me...a liberal love fest filled with more the typical blame America rhetoric and hatred of George W. Bush that we can expect from them!
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Roe v. Wade was decided on Jan. 22, 1973 and made abortion on demand a "right" and has had the greatest influence on the culture of death we now live in. I also think that this "right" to abortion had more to do with the senseless deaths of 32 teachers and students in Blacksburg, VA than the right to bear arms did. The reason is privacy, "the ability of an individual or group to keep their lives and personal affairs out of public view, or to control the flow of information about themselves."
Because of these so called privacy laws that were used to argue in favor of abortion, and have been further defined by HIPAA, the mental issues of Cho Seung-Hui could not be released to those who needed to know about it; such as VT administrators, campus police, et al. Even though he was ruled "mentally ill" according to ABC News, and a counselor even said he"Presents an imminent danger to others as a result of mental illness"; it was a secret that he had a "right" to take to his grave. His so called "right of privacy" that kept his mental issues in a doctor's office file has a trail of blood leading to those two buildings on the campus of Virginia Tech.
So Rosie, ABCNNBCBS News, and all other gun hating but abortion loving leftists...you want to point a finger at a "right" to blame for the Virginia Tech tragedy; look past the 2nd Amendment and then look no further than your precious right to kill unborn babies.
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
The US Supreme Court, by a 5-4 margin, ruled in favor of a national ban on infanticide...that brutal procedure called partial birth abortion where a baby is partially given birth to before having his or her head crushed by a "doctor of medicine". Ruling for the ban were Chief Justice John Roberts, new Justice Samuel Alito, Constitution Constructionists Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia and then Justice Anthony Kennedy giving the majority opinion. Justice Kennedy said in his opinion, "Respondents have not demonstrated that the Act, as a facial matter, is void for vagueness, or that it imposes an undue burden on a woman's right to abortion based on its overbreadth or lack of a health exemption." Obviously he was looking at this alleged medical procedure from a legal standpoint rather than a moral issue, but the fact still stands that the lives of children are going to be saved as a result of this decision.
Voting against this decision was the usual suspects of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, David Souter, and John Paul Stevens. In her dissent, Justice Ginsburg shows how much she really doesn't get it by saying, "For the first time time since Roe, the court blesses a prohibition with no exception safeguarding a woman's health." Eve Gartner of Planned Parenthood, who by the way is the largest provide of abortions in the US (which means that they have a financial stake in this) said, "This ruling flies in the face of 30 years of Supreme Court precedent and the best interest of women's health and safety. ... This ruling tells women that politicians, not doctors, will make their health care decisions for them."
When will these people ever admit that they are not looking out for a woman's health? I want to see statistics showing how many abortions take place because the mother's life is in danger in comparison to those who just want to end the pregnancy...in other words, birth control.
How about these statistics, single women are 4 times more likely to have abortions than married women. Maybe this one, of the estimated 3 million single women who become pregnant...half of them will seek an abortion. OK, one more...60% of the women who have had abortions since 2000 had previous abortions. And this is all for the mother's "health"?
Isn't ironic that while those who support killing the unborn and violating that right to life that is promised in the Bill of Rights also want to ban the 2nd amendment's right to gun ownership?
Anyway, thank you Supreme Court for giving us a little glimmer of light in the midst of the darkness.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
For some, the easy thing to do right now is to ask, "Where is God at?" or "Why does God allow things like this to happen?", as they fall into that vicious cycle of doubt that only leads to a slow and painful decay of hope. For others they might call out to God, like the many who sang "I will sing of His love forever" last night by candlelight in Blacksburg, VA.
I can understand the questions, and I can understand those who are calling out to God…but when all is said and done, not even I know all of the answers. I wish I did, but I don't. Just like any other person; be it clergy or layman, Christian or atheist, adult or child does not know all the answers.
But there are a few things I do know and I am certain of, and I would like to share those
1. Life is uncertain: James 4:14 tells us, "You don't even know what tomorrow will bring - what your life will be! For you are a bit of smoke that appears for a little while, then vanishes." (Holman Christian Standard Bible)
I've heard some say that the only certain thing about life is its uncertainty…and I have to agree. I can control right here and now at best, and that isn't even all the time. I have no control over others, and no control over tomorrow; just my present. Neither me, nor you are promised tomorrow…and we are all appointed a time to do, and then we face the judgment according to Hebrews 9:27. That is why it is so important to make the most of every moment we live and ever breath we take.
2. There is bound to be trouble: In Matthew 5:45 Jesus tells us, "For He (meaning God) causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous."
We live in a fallen world. When Adam bit into that piece of fruit, life was changed in an instance. We now face evil on a daily basis, and the same tempter who influenced Adam and Eve is still at work seeking to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10). As a result, bad things happen to even the best of people. We are going to face pain and death at some time in our life, and this is a sad reality that we must face. But thankfully we have a hope in spite of this, according to my next point…
3. We have a safe place: In Psalm 27:5, the Holy Spirit inspired King David to say, "For He will conceal me in His shelter in the day of adversity; He will hide me under the cover of His tent; He will set me high on a rock."
Once again, people are crying out to God in prayer or calling their clergy on the phone and asking, "Why?" and wondering if they are really safe. A college campus should be a safe place, right? I can't help but remember those words of FDR when he reassured a struggling America that "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Fear is a terrible thing and is not a place where we want to stay and reside; especially when God has given us a safe haven.
We can't trust in our finances as we see the ups and downs of the stock market, military might as we saw on 9/11 when terrorists struck the Pentagon, or our government which is nothing more than organized chaos with one side attacking the other. But we can trust in the Lord our God. Psalm 20:7 tells us, "Some take pride in chariot, and others in horses, but we take pride in the name of the Lord our God."
God has not given a spirit of fear, according to 2 Timothy 1:7, but of power, love and sound judgment. All we have to do is lift up our eyes to the hills from where our help comes from (Psalm 121), and there we find God's arms wide open for us.
4. This is a time Act: Jesus said in John 4:35 "Don't you say, 'There are still four more months, then comes the harvest.' Listen to what I'm telling you: Open your eyes and look at the fields, for they are ready for harvest."
While the police at VT and in Blacksburg sort through the evidence and figure out what happened and why, the talking heads you see on the network news will point fingers and try to accuse blame on anyone and everyone they disagree with. The loved ones of the victims will mourn, and these students who witnessed this will hopefully find some way to not only cope, but to recover from this. While all of this, and then more takes place…it's time for the church to react and take action.
We need to set our priorities based on God's priorities. We need to be asking ourselves, how many of these victims were not yet saved by grace through faith alone? Had a Christian even shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ with them? Each one of these souls mattered to someone, and they mattered to God because He sent His Son to pay a price for their sins so that they might be forgiven and given eternal life (John 3:16).And finally…
5. God is Speaking To His Church: "…and My people who are called by My name humble themselves, pray and seek My face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgiven their sin, and heal their land." 2 Chronicles 7:14
If you read through God's message to each of the churches in Revelations, you will find, "Anyone who has an ear should listen…" at the end of each letter. I believe that when Oklahoma Cities, Columbines, 9/11's and now Virginia Techs happen that the church needs to hear the message. I really do believe that God is yelling at us in the church to wake up, get off our little boxes that we have tried to put Him into, get onto our faces and cry out to Him like we need Him…because we do!
The Church of Jesus Christ, the one that is made up of born again believers, who are saved by grace through faith alone, is a sleeping giant; and it's time to stop hitting the snooze button. We need to get our attention off ourselves and realize that Jesus is standing at the door and knocking (Revelation 3:20)…and it's for us, not for those outside the church. I just have to wonder what it will take for me and you to open that door.
Father God, forgive me for sleeping, and forgive me for not paying attention. Forgive me for not making your Gospel known, and for keeping it to myself. Take me, break me, mold me and make me…it has to be less of me and more of You Lord Jesus. Please bring healing to Virginia Tech and bring revival to our land.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
I'm officiallly 2 of 4 on my predictions, actually 3 for 4 since $harpton and Jack$on had planned to protest in front of CBS on Saturday, and Jack$on will NEVER admit to how much money he is getting from these companies in shakedowns.
All that is left is for Sharpton to get his show from an NBC cable affiliate.
According to the website of the Almighty Oprah, the maligned women of Rutgers will begin their parade of victims today on her show. Here's the link: http://www2.oprah.com/index.jhtml
Still waiting to hear from CBS.
Je$$e Jack$son found every TV camera he could in NC and beyond to stand up for this poor little stripper who had a record of making up stories like this (also called lying) and even offered to give her a college scholarship. All the while he did everything he could to beat up these three young men, as well as the rest of their team, the school and pretty much the white race, declaring that this white man abusing a black woman is nothing short of the same type of tyranny we saw in the US in days of slavery. Now tell me, is there not a better race bater in our country today?
Now for the double standard...Imus is being destroyed for saying "nappie headed hoes" and the Rutgers women's basketball team are being coddled; and the young men who were called violent over privileged rapists are still being questioned and Jack$son is saying that she should still get a free ride and still questions the innocence of these young men. Why are the civil rights "heroes" not standing up for these young men who present situation and possible future has been destroyed? Where is Je$$e Jack$son and Al $hartpon at for this one?
Don't hold your breathe, because after all...they are part of the white privileged section of society that doesn't deserve a fair shake. And that is nothing short of a double standard!
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Watch for CBS to act next...http://apnews.myway.com/article/20070411/D8OEI9E00.html
First of all, i'm not an Imus fan; i think he is a jerk at best and an idiot at the very least. The only time i ever watched his show on TV was before i discovered Fox and Friends and i preferred Imus over the garbage being shown on ABCNNBCBS. I could watch him and know where he stood and that he pretty much hated everyone...unlike Katie Couric and the gang who would spin the news, attack the right and do it with a happy go lucky and oh so friendly smile on their faces.
Also, what he said was just stupid. He knows the political climate of our society and how there are profiteers out there just waiting to jump in and play the race card, like is happening. Racism is still a one way street, and the "guilty" are drug way too easy into the middle of that street where they are hung in effigy. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have made a career out of destroying people and their reputations, and they have apparently made a pretty good amount of money at it too. I just wish i could afford not to have a real job since Martin Luther King was shot and still afford to live in the lap of luxury like Jesse Jackson.
As for the Rutgers team, if they don't want people saying stuff like this...then don't look or play the role! I saw their press conference yesterday and how they were looking as prim and proper as possible...but when not in front of the press corps, do they look and act that way? You don't want to be thought of as an uneducated street thug, then don't look like one! I don't care what color your skin is (Kevin Federline comes to mind, for example)...if you want people to think the worst of you, look your worst; if you want the best, look your best.
It's like the guy i saw at the store earlier, wearing an over sized t-shirt over his baggy PJ bottoms; he pulled up his shirt to expose his pants "sagging" down below his butt and he didn't pull them up, but did pull up his underwear! What was i supposed to think? "Well, here is our future mayor and maybe even a US senator!" Heck no! I thought, what a loser...let me protect my wallet.
Now that Imus is suspended for 2 weeks, here is what i expect:
- Imus will be fired. Both CBS Radio and pMSNBC will cater to the powers that want to be and the almighty race card which means Imus will be gone before these two weeks of suspension are over.
- The shakedown is coming! Jesse Jackson can afford to "protest" every day of the week because of these "donations" that the Rainbow-Push Coalition receives from major US corporations. Of course these so called donations come as a result of what a normal person would call blackmail and threats. "You give us lots and lots of money or we accuse you of racism/bigotry and try you ourselves as judge, jury and executioner." And of course they will gladly pay out of the wazoo to keep from having to see Jesse Jackson and his video cameras in front of their offices on a daily basis.
- Al Sharpton will have an evening pMSNBC show. Or at the very worst he will get on CNBC where they can hide him. Sharpton accused pMSNBC of being "all white, all night" in regards to their prime time line-up, and they are going to jelly fish themselves into giving him a bigger platform for his idiocy and hate mongering. As if the moronic mainstream media needs more of a leftist leaning.
- And finally, expect to see non-stop coverage of the new media darlings, the Rutgers women's basketball team. They are going to be paraded from the Today Show to Oprah and all across CNN and especially pMSNBC until we are sick of them. The sad thing is they are going to become pawns to Jackson and Sharpton and they won't even realize it.
$o, when it i$ all $aid and done, Al $harpton and Je$$e Jack$son will get what they want...ju$tice, a$ they would define it (at least 6 figure$ i'm $ure).
Monday, April 09, 2007
It all started with John "The Breck Girl" Edwards opting out of a Fox News sponsored debate in Nevada which led to a mass exodus and the event being cancelled because FNC doesn't worship at the alter of the DNC. Now he has been joined by Osama Barak Obama and Hill the Schrill in boycotting a September debate that was cosponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus. The Edwards camp said, "But we believe there's just no reason for Democrats to give Fox a platform to advance the right-wing agenda while pretending they're objective." Just so you know, "right-wing agenda" to the likes of Edwards and that bunch means traditional American values and fair and honest reporting that doesn't have a liberal spin.
Expect more of the cowards to do the same to avoid anything other than softball questions and the liberal love fest you can expect from the likes of ABCNNBCBS...or as i call them, the DNC Media Machine.
But the good news, according to The Politico website is that they plan on particpating in a January debate that is once again cosponsered by the CBC, but this time it is with the Clinton News Network; you know, CNN. In fact an aide for Obama said, "CNN seemed like a more appropriate venue". Yeah, more appropriate means that they will not be challenged or questioned about anything that they need to discuss in order to occupy the White House...and if at all possible, give them the easiest possible path that goes directly to the Oval Office.
Of course, i can't let Hill the Schrill off this easy. Clinton spokesman Blake Zeff emails, "We're going to participate in the DNC-sanctioned debates only. We've previously committed to participating in the SC and Tavis Smiley debates." Yeah, like Tavis Smiley, one of the DNC's most loyal hitmen will ask them about the truly important issues.
So, to Edwards, Obama, Clinton et al...you are nothing more than a bunch of cowards!
Thursday, April 05, 2007
I'm glad to see these 14 men and 1 woman returned home to be with their families, especially in time for the Easter holiday...but i do have some issues.
- First of all, the Hairy Little Thug who sits behind all of those microphones is nothing less than a common terrorist and a liar at best. Ahmadinejad is pure evil and apparently he is an expert chess player because he played the British and used their own as the pawns.
- Second, although i don't know what happened to those people while being held hostage by Iran, i do know that the images i saw on my TV looked like some of the worst acting i have ever seen. I kept looking to the side of the screen to see just how many guns were being pointed at these people as they were forced to play the Hairy Little Thug's game.
- Third, did you notice that these Marines and Sailors were stripped of their uniforms and given "new" clothes. The thing i noticed about these new suits is that none of them came with ties...and looked a bit like the suits worn by the Hairy Little Thug of Iran.
Notice the following:
Do you see that?
They were stripped of who they were and made to be what the Hairy Little Thug wanted them to be! No more are they members of the proud British military in his eyes...but they are now "Mini Me's" of Ahmadinejad.
- Finally, i'm not trying to question the bravery of these British Marines and Sailors, but i am sure of this...i don't think you would have seen any proud US Marine or Navy Seaman smiling pretty for the camera and saying that their Iranian captors were treating them oh so nicely and everything was fine and dandy. Semper Fi!
Once again, i'm glad that this ordeal is over...but i think this set was taken by the Iranians.