These were sent to me in email (thanks, JP). Some of them had a little bad language, so I omitted them, though they were truthful. The people of this country are like "sheeps to the slaughter" when it comes to thinking for themselves, making common sense decisions, and standing up for their rights (including the … Continue reading Memes
Consider the following: The Democrats and their Deep State and media allies were willing to illegally spy on Donald Trump. The Democrats used false information to charge the president with treason for colluding with Russia. Later they added a phone call they didn't like to enforce their charges. The Democrats perverted and corrupted the most … Continue reading What’s Next?
Why are we being told there is not?? Why is a drug that has been available - even over the counter - for 65 years, that continually shows positive results in treating the virus, why has it been ridiculed, demonized, and even banned?? Why wouldn't any medical practitioner use every available method to treat this … Continue reading There is Already a Treatment for COVID-19
There is a lot of reporting about churches being closed in different parts of the country, and at least one pastor in Florida being arrested for "endangering other people" (meaning his congregation) and disobeying social distancing laws and shut-down orders made by the governor. People (at least older people) remember the accounts coming out of … Continue reading Comparisons
Everyone with basic knowledge of the Internet – surfing, email, Facebook, etc. – knows there is a lot of trash out there in the Ethernet. But there is also a lot of good: People sharing ideas, teaching, keeping people informed about everything from cooking to fixing cars to building computers, ad infinitum. But the United … Continue reading The Internet Choice
The American University in Washington, D.C. has hired an outside professor to teach their faculty how to grade papers in a "non-racist" way, particularly written assignments by students. Asao Inoue of the University of Washington-Tacoma is known for advocating that students should be graded based on the “labor” they put into their work, not the … Continue reading American “Education”
"Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming"; "Committee on Art in Public Spaces" ; "Chief Diversity Office"; these names and similar titles are appearing in colleges and universities across America, all of which are prone to cater to snowflakes whining about everything from art to building names to stone work on buildings. The offense? The "perception" … Continue reading The Past is the Past
Tony Perkins' The Washington Update has an article that should be very troubling to Christians across America. It talks about "Christian nationalism." Most disturbing is the fact that it comes from a group of left-leaning church leaders! They claim this new type of nationalism is a "persistent threat to both our religious communities and our … Continue reading The New Nationalism?
Parler (Fr., par-lay meaning 'speak') is a new social media free speech app the founders of which thought would be free from censorship running rampant in other platforms, and was about to be released in the App Store. However, Apple informed the CEO of Parler John Matze if "offensive content" was not removed from the … Continue reading Parler Vous?
Vice President Mike Pence spoke at Rice University April 5th; here is part of his speech: "We're living in a time in this country of growing support for socialism and a growing intolerance for diverse viewpoints, including on many college campuses across America. Speech codes, safe zones, and intolerance against people whose faith and economic … Continue reading To Be or Not to Be