On Sunday, our local paper, the Sun Herald, published a Letter to the Editor from John Briggs of Roxie, Mississippi. Titled, “Do not confuse ISIL with Islam,” it demonstrates a profound, conquered dhimmi mentality on the part of Mr. Briggs, who is an enthusiastic supporter of Islam.
The Constitution outlines the areas of very limited authority of the federal government and judiciary, and marriage is not an area in which they possess the rightful power to rule over the states. Therefore, this is a states’ rights issue. Twisting the 14th Amendment to apply to degenerate sexual behavior and the perversion of the meaning of marriage is a travesty that must not be allowed to stand.
What we have seen in Ferguson is a microcosm of what the evil-mongers of the Left would likely unleash on America in the event of impeachment hearings on Obama. So, is the prospect of a nationwide “Ferguson” what’s keeping Republicans from impeaching Obama when they take Congress in January?
I know the Republicans just won a massive landslide victory all across the nation, but it will not stop the judgment that is clearly falling on America. There is no political fix for the corruption that infects the soul of this country. The message God repeatedly sends to His people is to repent of our sins, humble ourselves before Him, and prayerfully seek His face. Only then is there any hope of His healing for our land.
We have seen so many stories of how our college campuses have been taken over by communist sympathizers, 60s radicals and domestic terrorists (but I repeat myself) who are teaching the most outrageous, anti-American, anti-freedom, pro-debauchery lessons to the impressionable, young people who attend. What of this “check your privilege” foolishness that some kids are eating up like candy?
Since last week, many thousands of Chris McDaniel supporters are struggling mightily with how to vote next Tuesday or whether to even vote at all. After the wicked behavior of Thad Cochran’s campaign in telling detestable lies about Chris McDaniel and his supporters, along with allegations of possible vote buying and other gutter tactics, we are left with a terribly crummy dilemma. What true conservative would want to vote for Thad Cochran after his reprehensible actions? So, what do we do?
Perhaps the most diabolical advancement of Barack Obama’s tyrannical, anti-American agenda is in the area of the radical homosexual movement. From militant homosexual activists, we have seen a full-frontal assault on the rights of Christians and others who oppose the campaign to force on America the acceptance of special “rights” for sexual deviants and the destruction of the definition of marriage.
I don’t know whether conservatives who support Alabama Statewide Amendment 3 are doing so out of a lack of understanding of the danger to their gun rights that amendment poses, or if they are leftist infiltrators posing as conservatives to mislead people into voting away their God-given right to keep and bear arms. Either way, it’s not good.
Jason Baker’s column from Wednesday, “Alabama Statewide Amendment 3 could be a slippery slope,” warns against the possible dangers to Alabamans’ right to keep and bear arms due to the wording of the proposed amendment to the state’s constitution. I want to concur with Mr. Baker’s sentiments and amplify the warning.
There is a blog site of the hard-Left called Right Wing Watch. I have written about it before. It’s a propaganda arm of People for the American Way, a grossly misnamed, radical anti-American organization founded in 1981 by television giant, Norman Lear. They work to perpetuate the evil character denigration of those of us who speak in defense of the freedom and foundation of the United States and who proclaim the truth of God’s Word.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964