What is peace? What does it mean? How do we define it? And how do we obtain it? Don’t assume everyone understands or agrees. Peace is a vital concept. To some, peace is simply the cessation of violence — an end to the killing. No more bombs or rockets. No more shooting.
The apathetic responses to each of the crises from the last couple weeks reveals a trend showing exactly what Barack Obama thinks — or, rather, doesn’t think — about the value of border sovereignty. Whether it's Ukraine's borders, Israel's borders, or the borders of the United States, President Obama sees little value in the sovereignty of national borders.
Israel is not tame. But she is good. If a poacher shoots arrows at a pride of sleeping lions, are the lions to blame for rousing and defending themselves? What does one say of the shooter when he intentionally cowers behind the skirts of his own women and daughters, hoping, indeed praying, that these precious souls will inadvertently perish as a result? One calls him a coward, a fool and a monster.
We are witnessing Arab and Muslim war crimes in a never ending spiral of horror inflicted upon Israel’s civilian population as endless salvos of missiles fired by the Hamas occupiers of Gaza rein down upon Israeli villages, towns and cities - and the world yawns. But then, remarkably, it awakens when the Jews have the unmitigated gall, temerity and chutzpah to defend themselves.
In this day and age of massive deception at the hands of the Left and their mouthpiece known as the "mainstream" media, it is important that we look back over the course of recent history to see what has happened since Israel was reborn in 1948. When we cut through all the hyperventilation, anti-Semitism and outright propaganda, it becomes boldly apparent that Israel--the only democracy in the Middle East--is being thrown to the wolves by most of the world.
Does Jesus love everyone? It's a belief I may have taken for granted when I made this declaration on my Facebook page: "The most potent thing you can say to a rebel is "Jesus loves you!" Those three words can cut through the coldest of hearts...."
Terrorism needs its poison spewed to as wide a viewing audience as possible. The New York Times, or the Guardian in London, have long been propaganda organs for terrorist organizations, wittingly or unwittingly. The result is the same. The victim suffers and the victimizer is feted.« Previous Page — 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