Friday, January 30, 2015

Anti-Muslim = Racist

“One person’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter.” For this reason, Al Jazeera English will no longer use the terms terrorist or terrorism “unless attributed to a source/person.” Makes perfect sense… 

…except for the fact that killing and torturing people because they are not Muslim and won’t convert to Islam does not constitute actions to opposing oppression. These are actions meant to advance oppression into the service of Islam, not by choice or freewill, but through violence. 

You don’t have to tune into the Al Jazeera network to hear news correspondents suggest that Chris Kyle was a racist and went on killing sprees. Just catch the Morning Joe on MSNBC. They must want to turn American heros into criminals, you know, like the Vietnam era. 

Our troops are not the enemy, they only carry out the orders of our government. And if I remember correctly, MSNBC promoted the election of this administration, who continue to direct this "killing spree" in the Middle East. Of course, MSNBC also promoted his campaign promise to end the war in the Middle East.

It is most apparent that anyone speaking out against Muslim religion, whether extremists or pacifists, are now labeled racist, even though Islam is a religion practiced by numerous races, including Caucasians. A grand effort to shame people to shut up, because this is not the definition of racism.  I expect them to rewrite the definition of racism any day now.

I am more sympathetic to those in the Middle East who accuse us of being occupiers of their sovereign land. This is easier to understand than their desire to completely annihilate all non-Muslims on planet earth, which is a very valid reason for our occupation. If they’re not willing to “live and let live”, they should be prepared for the opposite. We have... 

…the time is coming when those who kill you will think they are doing a holy service for God. This is because they have never known the Father or me.” Jesus Christ ~ John 16:2-3

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Proof: Man is
capable of great evil.

I just saw the scenes from the most horrific film Alfred Hitchcock ever made, “Night Will Fall ”, a documentary on the holocaust. They claim it was lost until recently, but I’m not convinced. My theory is this film was shelved because the public in that day would be unable to stomach the grotesqueness.

Today, due to our conditioning of death on screen, more should be able to tolerate the footage, but let me assure you, many scenes are absolutely sickening! I don’t know which was worse, witnessing thousands of decomposed dead or the thousands of tortured, emaciated half-dead. 
Never underestimate mans’ ability to exhibit evil.

I don’t care how tough you are, this show will rock your world! This is not a film you will quickly forget.  Catch it on HBO if you dare...

Illustration, illusion or immaterial?

This may be the reason
politicians take long breaks...

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Pay based on performance? Hell yea!
Let’s start with the government!

Implementing major changes to health care for seniors, Medicare is in for a major change. The US government wants to pay doctors based on their performance, a seemingly impossible task. If government officials were paid based on their performance, most would be eligible for food stamps and welfare. Quite the hypocrisy!

What bureaucrats will you trust to judge doctors' performance? My prediction on the fallout of these changes is more doctors will stop accepting Medicare. This may actually be the goal of the program, fewer doctors could enable more government control.

If you don’t think our government wants to control senior healthcare, you don’t have to look any further than the Messenger Update and see how Wise Regional is “taking ownership” of nursing homes. Why? State law allows them to receive more money from Medicare/Medicaid because the facility is “affiliated with a public entity”.

Lawmakers giving public entities preferential treatment could be considered redistribution or discrimination of the private sector. It will be these same entities who get a free pass when they implement 32 hour shifts to bypass full time employee benefits. Ask around, see if it’s not already happening.

In New York, the “nursing homes are seizing control over patients.” Is this a possible future trend?

If you don’t think health care costs in America are a big deal, a few disconcerting facts may be in order. Such as: “medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptsy in the U.S.” and “one in four people say their medical debt exceeds their emergency savings”.

This may not concern you now, but based on percentages and law of averages, it will be a concern for most Americans or someone they love. I see very few individuals who can remain above the fray.

Surveys and Polls: When an entity pays to have someone conduct a poll or survey, is it not logical that the polling agency would ask what results the customer entity is looking for? If I were in the habit of paying for  surveys and polls, I would continue to patronize those who provided the desired results.  Easily manipulated.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

More homeland surveillance

Does it surprise you that our Justice Department has been spying on millions of cars? Reuters Of course, tracking vehicles and keeping a record of their travels is better than having to get a permit to drive from state to state and go through checkpoints.

The CBO touts the lowest deficit since the President took office, and in the very next paragraph the CBO “projects a 14 percent drop in the number of U.S. residents without health insurance, largely because of Obama's health law.” Neither announcement is very impressive.

I find myself highly amused as the gay community is very upset that President Obama referred to their condition as a “lifestyle choice”. Now that I think about it, he's not the only one of that opinion!

You remember when Federal officials vowed to fast track the drug for Ebola? Sorry but they’ve been delayed. Emergency? Too bad! You can die in peace knowing your government is still working on it. NY Times

So, what do you think the real reason the President would refuse to meet with our most stable ally (Israel) in the Middle East? I have several suspicions, Iran being at the top of the list.

Any pilot who would fly a slow, single engine airplane over the ocean for 2,400 miles is crazy, stupid or engaging in a very profitable enterprise.

Have you ever pondered the question: Where in America is the safest place to recruit, plan and protect terrorists radical extremists as well as plan activities? The first answer that came to mind was: our prisons. Made perfect sense.

We provide food, clothing, shelter, security and many other resources needed for gathering information and intelligence. Ironic, isn’t it…

Then there’s the movement that non US citizens should be able to vote if they own property here and pay taxes. If I were a group wanting to create No Go Zones inside America, this is exactly how I would start. Washington Times

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Why the world hates Christians
Do you expect otherwise?

I believe the simplest answer is summed up in one word: Accountability. 

Human beings have hated and feared accountability since the beginning. We have always justified our actions, good and evil, or shifted the blame, so we could maintain the belief we were either right or not guilty. Even when we were wrong and admitted it, our first tendency was to dismiss it and explain our reasoning, instead of taking responsibility and making amends. 

The world hated Christ because, in his words, “
…I accuse it of doing evil.John 7:7 

Jesus accused the powerful Church leadership and the overtly religious of evil behavior and attitudes, calling for accountability, which created anger and hatred. 

Christ also explained why his followers are hated, “
…remember that [the world] hated me first. …I chose you to come out of the world, so it hates you.John 15:18-19 

Followers of Christ chose to follow and be accountable to him and his laws, (some thousands of years old) and not to participate in beliefs and behaviors that are contrary to those laws and the teachings of Christ; to keep separate from those who practice otherwise. Christians have been hated, ridiculed, persecuted and killed for adhering to their belief system. The same is true when they failed to adhere to their beliefs.  


And then there’s the church. A place of safety for followers to worship, encourage, support and acknowledge Christ and his teaching. It’s also a place to demonstrate and practice accountability. Because the truth, hidden in plain sight is: “Accountability cannot exist without proper accounting practices; in other words, an absence of accounting means an absence of accountability.Wikipedia 

War, murder, torture, abuse and persecution have also been demonstrated by those professing to be Christians, another reason hatred could be justified.  And even though many of these actions are completely contrary to the teachings of Christ, some were ordered, approved or hidden by Church leadership, whose actions continue to warrant fear, anger and hatred.

Isn’t it amazing how the world picks and chooses who it hates? Governments,  corporations, police, the rich, the poor, religious groups, society, liberals, conservatives, ect… Even more amazing is who it chooses to hold accountable. 

When people or entities called to be accountable respond with indignation, anger or hatred, they don't realize the opportunity for examination and proven responsibility. An accounting may be within our rights and a reasonable request. However, it has created hostility, aggression and violence throughout the history of humanity.  


I believe each and every person on earth, at some point in their life, has experienced fear, anger, resentment or some other negative emotion when called into accountability for their actions.  From a speeding ticket to a questionable tax return to pretending to be sick and playing hooky, it just seems to be a reality of human nature. 

Another reason the world may hate Christians is because they think they will be allowed to bypass judgment (be unaccountable) for their actions when entering eternity. This concept could easily create more resentment and hatred. However, there are several places in the Bible where it states that everyone, Christians included, will give an account for their actions, the book of Romans is one.  

People actually need little reason to hate anyone, unless coping with guilt.  F
or those who feel their lifestyle, beliefs or behavior threatened or condemned, Christ and his followers pose a threat to their culture; this culture.  Why else would our very own President state the U.S.A. is no longer a Christian nation or call the Sermon on the Mount radical?

As Christians, we are commanded to act out of love if we are to be victorious.  It helps to remember the identity of the real enemy, and that nothing happens on God's green earth without his knowledge.

Warning: Data in video may cause
Liberals heads to explode!

Thursday, January 22, 2015

State of the Union?
Fact check on aisle 9

”The shadow of crisis has passed… At every step, we were told our goals were misguided or too ambitious, that we would crush jobs and explode deficits, …Instead, we’ve seen the fastest economic growth in over a decade, our deficits cut by two-thirds, a stock market that has doubled, and health-care inflation at its lowest rate in 50 years.” Barack Obama, 2015 SOTU address.

If the shadow of crisis has passed, why are there unprecedented increases in the national debt, poverty, food stamps, welfare, civil unrest, home grown terrorism, health care premiums, businesses leaving the country, illegal border entries and foreign policy failures?

He also said the US is "the only advanced country on Earth that doesn't guarantee paid sick leave." Sorry, not true; unless you don’t consider Canada or Japan advanced countries.*

He boasted the US gained 11 million private sector jobs in the last 5 years; although, during his administration, total employment has grown by only 6.4 million.* Half truth?

And then there’s the statement that since 2010 “manufacturers added 800,000 new jobs” but neglected the fact that there has been a net decline of 321,000 manufacturing jobs since January of 2009.*

And in case you didn’t get the memo, the government’s health care website is sharing personal data, intentionally.

“The Obama administration says HealthCare.gov's connections to data firms were intended to help improve the consumer experience.” AP via Yahoo

Please remember, this is the same President who has been outspoken about protecting personal online data.

Also remember, your medical record is worth more to hackers than your credit card. You may not think it’s relevant, but I do since trust is not rational.

I'm sure you already knew that when the government taxes businesses, they pass on the expense to the consumer; hence, the consumer ultimately pays the tax. Also, when they overtax they wealthy, it also hurts the economy because it is the wealthy who employ much of our workforce. Sadly, the government knows this, but believes the American voter is too stupid to realize the concept.

How can anyone brag on the US economy when we are having mass layoffs presently? Schlumberger 9,000 Baker Hughes 7,000…just in the last week. They have the purchasing power of 50,000 Walmart employees, and its just the tip of the iceberg. 150,000 layoffs estimated so far.

Although, it looks as if Schlumberger is reinvesting the savings and heading to Russia with it… I can’t blame them.

He wants taxpayers to fund the first 2 years of college for some, but also wants to take away some benefits of the 529 college savings plan. Penalize the people who actually have the discipline to save for an education! CNN Money Idiocy, hypocrisy or strategy?

And about the no crisis war on terror, when’s the last time a President restored relations instead of imposed or continued economic sanctions with a country on the U.S. Terrorism list. He just did it with Cuba. Reuters Please use facts, not opinion, if you intend to justify his actions.

This administration believes financial equality can be solved taking from the rich. Financial inequality is created by making the poor more dependent on others, which is what our liberal leaders have been doing for decades.

*Source USA Today

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Does the Whitehouse want
to cut out the MSM?

The Whitehouse sent me an email this morning. The subject line was: “How to watch the State of the Union:” It says “The very best place to watch is Whitehouse.gov/SOTU.” They will provide "interactive features" and "shareable charts and graphs".

Do you think they will also provide a second opinion, opposing views or countering commentaries? On the bright side, at least there was no executive order demanding me to tune in.

Do you actually know the state of
this diverse, divided union?

"Saudi Arabia's top council of senior clerics said Charlie Hebdo's latest depiction of the prophet served extremists looking to justify murder and terrorism." Sounds like the clerics and the Pope agree on this particular issue.

Surely you don’t believe that the media is innocent of bloodshed and their hands are clean. Just because they can justify their actions through freedom of speech, they continued to stir up a hornet’s nest and keep getting more innocent people killed. Remember, they also have the freedom to pause and let things calm down. Reminds me of the Ferguson protesters.

Unfortunately, the media would be hard pressed to admit that all the publicity they are giving these terrorists activists is making things much worse. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but still no match for ratings and profits. Making the news is much more prestigious than reporting it.  

On another note, you may be thankful that consumer prices are down and inflation is low, but the Federal Reserve is concerned that “it is also a warning sign that the economy remains in far from good health.” NY Times Of course, I began having reservations after I read a quote from Narayana Kocherlakota, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis president.

Have you noticed that the U.S. National debt has grown so big that even hard core conservatives won’t talk about it anymore. Most people are in complete denial, but the right is terrified someone’s going to cancel our credit card…soon.

Question of the Month: “Do we really need a State of the Union address anymore?” He wants to sell a new tax increase package, cybersecurity, internet access, free college, paid family leave and the war on terror. (He calls it terror when he needs funding.)  Does anyone actually believe this guy?

And on the other end of the spectrum is Senator John McCain calling for boots on the ground to combat jihadists in Syria and Iraq.  He might be right, but he won't be popular!

Once the Supreme Court bans states rights on same-sexers, they will probably consider looking into autonomous “No Go Zones” inside the USA for Muslim citizens in a religious freedom rights case. Several religions would go for it, Mormons are the first to come to mind.

Selma snubbed by the Oscars? Welcome to Hollywood. They’ve been dealing with the entitlement mentality for decades, and don’t really care about public opinion. I can see it now, Selma Does Sharpton.

If you asked me what groups in America have the courage to protest and disrupt an MLK event on MLK day, I would have said none. It did happen in St Louis Monday, by those still angered by the deaths of unarmed African Americans by the police. I wonder how many Caucasians were invited to protest and disrupt the MLK march?

Would someone please explain to me why countries around the world, disguised as ISIS, are not buying plane tickets for all those wanting to go to fight in the Middle East? Identifying extremists is made easy and deportation could not get any cheaper. You don’t have to let them back in the country. In America, the ACLU would go postal…

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Do you compromise with evil?

Since evil is harmless unless inside the hearts and minds of men, I guess the real question is: Do you compromise your integrity? We're not talking great evil here, we're talking about your morals and ethics?

First, the big test is if you can be honest with yourself. If you can’t be honest with yourself, then you may be of the unaccountable variety and already innocent without question or investigation.

Second, let’s make sure we’re on the same page.

Evil - morally wrong or bad; immoral; wicked: harmful; injurious:* 
Compromise - a settlement of differences by mutual concessions; an agreement reached by adjustment of conflicting or opposing claims, principles, etc., by reciprocal modification of demands.*

Integrity - adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.*
Evil is similar to love in that if only an attitude, thought or emotion, it has little power. However, when put into action, they are both extremely powerful forces. 

Historically, evil, in action, is demonstrated by murder, rape, rage, abuse (hurting others), deceit, theft, oppression, bribery, extortion, adultery, idolatry, deceit, malice, slander, hypocrisy, self-centeredness and/or influencing others to do the same. The root of evil in man is said to stem from pride, envy, wrath, greed, lust, laziness, gluttony and despair. This is not a complete list.  

You may not believe some of the actions listed above are evil, and that's okay.  You are not being asked to conform to a belief system, but to see if you actually adhere to your own.

Where the rubber meets the road, the reality check:
Have you ever committed an evil action? 
Are there consequences to these actions? 
Is there ever a valid justification for these actions?
Do these actions occur on a regular basis?  
Have you ever justified greed by calling it ambition? Justified pride by calling it self-respect or strength of character? Justified lust by calling it passion? Justified wrath by calling it truth? Justified gluttony by calling it a compulsion? Justified lying by declaring the greater good? Justified slander by calling it justice? Justified theft by calling it need?
There is a very long list of justifications, but the real question is do you mask these actions by justifying them? Back to the honesty question… 

Is there a price on your integrity? Is there a money amount or some other justification or motivation for the compromise? Might the price be excessive fear, insecurity, loneliness, or possibly just the desire for pleasure?

I have asked myself all these questions and did not like many of the answers. Once we go down the road of compromise, we seldom get off it.  Man has battled this dilemma since the beginning, never completely victorious.

If you are a person of integrity and stand up for your beliefs, our culture will cast intense judgment. They will condemn you, call you rigid and accuse you of being out of touch. The choice not to compromise your beliefs will get you labeled a fanatic, a zealot, a radical; intolerant of others. And because we, as imperfect humans, are unable to maintain perfect adherence to our belief system, we are then cast as hypocrites.  


If you don't believe our culture hates integrity and accountability, just look at the wholesale condemnation of the Christian church (all denominations) for adhering to its belief system.  They demand for the church to change and not maintain its belief system; some of which over 3,000 years old!  If they will judge, criticize and condemn the church for adhering to its belief system, trust me, we as individuals don't stand a chance.

Although I acknowledge that all church leaders and members do not adhere to their belief system and do not demonstrate integrity; this should not be used as another justification for more compromise.  This might be a sign that one should choose another church instead of fighting its leadership, doctrine  or theology.

You also have the choice to deny evil actually exists, especially if agnostic or atheist.  But I believe every human possesses the knowledge of right and wrong, good and bad, morals and ethics - a belief system.  If not, some are considered a Sociopath  - a person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is antisocial, often criminal, and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.* Please remember there are varying degrees of sociopathic behavior, they’re not all criminals. 

Lastly, I find it takes much more courage and strength of character not to compromise one's integrity than to go along with the status quo. To stand up for your beliefs and not condone, participate or promote our politically correct culture. How I admire men and women of integrity, who possess courage, character and resolve. They command respect and admiration through honesty, loyalty, sincerity, reliability, civility, selflessness and service to others.  These are my heros, my encouragers, my supporters.  May you be one of them...

“Joyful are people of integrity, 
who follow the instructions of the Lord. Joyful are those who obey his laws
 and search for him with all their hearts. They do not compromise with evil, and they walk only in his paths.” Psalm 119:1-3

*Definitions courtesy of Dictionary.com

Friday, January 16, 2015

Logic & intellect is
no longer reasonable...

What a Hoot! CIA Clears Itself Of Snooping On Senate Computers Yahoo I suspect the Senate won't have much to say on the subject…

Now this is funny! A Boston.com associate editor wrote that Boehner’s “pickled liver could have filtered out the toxins” in reference to a bartender’s death threat by poisoning. Proper amends were made as the editor was fired and the chief executive of the website sent an apology to Boehner’s office.

I thought it comical that the President was calling for new laws to bolster cybersecurity at the same time they hacked the U.S. Central Command Twitter account. Does anyone think new laws will stop this crime? Sure worked with the war on drugs.

In Operation Choke Point, the Dept of Justice put businesses in the gun & ammo industry on a list with escort services and Ponzi schemes. Bankers were sent the list and have shut down bank accounts for numerous gun shops. They should rename it the Dept of Injustice…

Do we really need a study by The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy to tell us that local taxes hits the lower wage earners the hardest? Once you start adding them up it could surprise you. NY Times

More fallout from that report by the Institute: Texas is a member of “The Terrible Ten”. This may be difficult to acknowledge, but based on these numbers, Texas is third in the nation for the most unfair taxes to those with lowest income.

If you can afford to eat out for lunch, you probably aren’t adversely effected by these taxes & fees. “Everything Is Awesome” unless you have to do without...

So, if you’re the Taliban and you don’t want your emails read, what do you do? Make them look like spam. Pretty smart. Extramarital email communication could be masked as CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT.

Cheap Oil Cost 756 U S Steel Workers Their Jobs Investors.com You ain’t seen nuthin yet! Texas economy will tailspin...

Why do I not believe the Saudi Prince who is convinced we will never again see $100 barrel oil? Two reasons: 1. I believe he said it to look suprised when it does. (misdirection) 2. One perfectly placed bomb would drastically change oil prices overnight.

The USA playbook has proved bombing can be good for the economy. If your government was facing bankruptcy would you bomb a few Middle Eastern refineries or a nuclear weapons facility in Iran?

I read a statement that I can’t quit thinking about. “Without Poverty, Ignorance and Guilt there would be no liberalism.” The acronym it referenced made the statement meaningless.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Freedom of ___________.
Who decides? ______.
A. The government
B. We, the people
Suggestion: choose very carefully

I guess this is the winter for a record number of ski lift accidents. Looks like more people are losing their fear of flying. But alas, a few hours of pain for a 5-6 figure check and a great Youtube video could be incentive.

After the Paris attack, freedom of speech and freedom of expression will be high on the media’s ideology agenda in coming months. I wonder if the media will extend this agenda to conservatives after several media outlets extended it to activists.

The French government isn’t swayed by freedom of speech and expression since they are reportedly going to try a French comedian for a joke in very poor taste, claiming it glorified terrorism. You know you’ve told an incredibly bad joke if you get 7 years in prison for it.

Taking the high road, the U.S. criticized the Saudis for its prison sentence on a human rights lawyer. Yahoo What? No freedom of speech in Saudi Arabia? Did they not get the Whitehouse memo? Human Rights lawyers are not subject to rule of law!

Someone needs to remind the State Department that when they get in bed with another government, it's for mutual benefits, not imposing values or dictating policy. Of course, after watching our leaders bow low before them, it's obvious who controls the affair. American politicians can only kiss so many butts before it leaves a stain.

Where’s the United Nations when we need a freedom of speech advocate? Oh, that’s right, most of the UN membership does not acknowledge the right of freedom of speech or expression. That’s okay, many of them don’t acknowledge there was a holocaust either.

Legalized theft: $13 Billion in aid to Haiti and 85,000 still living in tent cities. Our government in action along with foreign aid organizations demonstrate their efficiency in graft, fraud and corruption. The American people demonstrated generosity and trust, expecting to export hope and change, but the change went in someone’s pocket. NBC

Both sides of the aisle in Congress are looking at raising the tax on gasoline since the cost is down. At least the Dems are up front about it, the GOP will scream and throw fits about raising taxes…up until the day they vote to do it. What a show. USA Today Please prove me wrong!

The GOP is stirring conservative constituents with Congressional term limits. Although completely unrealistic, a long list of opponents will be great ammunition in the next election, which includes a new President. The Blaze

Has Vegas set odds on an executive order allowing the President to remain in office? Or martial law that would keep him at the helm?  I think you might be surprised how much action that bet would get, with the right odds.  How high would the odds have to be for you to put $10 on it?

Secret Service gets housecleaning. A scathing report by a DHS-appointed panel in December concluded that the agency was suffering from low morale among the rank-and-file and was “starved for leadership.”‘ Washington Post 

“low morale”??? “starved for leadership”???
Welcome to hope & change in American!

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The Hypocrisy of Liberal Logic

CNN broadcasts the Paris attackers are “activists”. They also broadcast Sarah Palin is an “extremist”. Do you see a failure in communication?

Based on the new liberal definition of “activist”, they can now rewrite history and rename the following leaders as activists: Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Leopold II, Pol Pot, Ante Pavelic, Mao Ze Dong, Augusto Pinochet, 9/11 killers, ect…

If enough journalists get “activated” by acts of “activism”, will the terminology change back to “murder” and “terrorism”. I believe it will be the guys signing their paychecks who will make that decision.

Oppose liberal ideology or the current administration, you are a racist. Kill 4 Jews in the name of Islam in Paris, you’re an activist.

What’s the difference between “hostage-takers” and “terrorists”? Sympathy.

For future reference, activists using nonviolent action will be know as lobbyist interns or journalists.

Those who kill terrorists activists will now be know as “reactionaries”. Stolen, in part, from the RealJamesWood

Odd they consider it a bombing at the NAACP building in Colorado Springs but workplace violence at Fort Hood.

Odd that the ones telling us Islam is a religion of peace are the same ones telling us Michael Brown had his hands up. Stolen from Patrick Dollard.

Odd how liberals will rage over a Twitter post but excuse, sympathize or justify murder, rape and terrorism.

And if you are wondering why President O’bama wasn’t in Paris with other world leaders, it’s because he’s a community organizer.

And then there's the rumor that the French government asked him not to participate in the parade because they were afraid that thousands of his fans from the NO GO zones would attend and get all the media attention.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Medicaid now funding
transgender surgery in Oregon
God _____ America!

"Oregon began covering the cost of reassignment surgery for transgender people on Medicaid in January." NPR It is now our government, not God or even the people, who decide what's best for mankind and you will pay the bills to prove it, no matter what your religious beliefs or ethic values. Your tax dollars improving lives of the poor.

Here's the crazy part. Illegals can move here, show they're poor, qualify for Medicaid, which would qualify them for the surgery in Oregon. People will be coming from all over the world for free surgeries. This plan is insane.

“Last time I checked, we're at war… I wouldn't send my attorney general if I were president to deal with radical Islamic terrorists ... It’s a global war.” Sen. Lindsey Graham on President Obama sending Eric Holder to Paris talks.

Senator Graham has a valid point. Why send your lead attorney to Paris for terror talks unless you want to suggest to the world that you consider terrorism a crime and not an act of war?

From personal experience, Eric Holder can educate other nations on how white people at the Paris newspaper incited this violence and how to start an investigation into the paper’s subversive activities that created this activism. He can show them how to legally ban criticism of Islam by creating a productive partnership with media and government through costly litigation, intimidation and punishment; unaggressive acts of terrorism activism.

I was unaware that France has over 700 “No Go” zones that are off limits to non-Muslims, “…where the government has all but surrendered authority to the Muslim community.” Fox News What goes on there is not good…

I would sure like to see video of the “No Go” areas following the Paris attacks. I’m curious to know if they celebrated publically in the streets once the news coverage went viral. I suspect they did…

Now that these terrorist attacks acts of activism have become more frequent in the west, I hope we can be more empathetic toward countries like Israel who have to live with these activities almost daily. Man, what a life…

Can you imagine living in a country the size of New Jersey and getting bombed or attacked weekly? All your neighbors want to kill you and all your countrymen? I don’t know why they haven’t just annihilated them?

MI5 Says Al Qaeda In Syria Is Planning More Attacks Against The West Fox News Insider Ya think? Based on what we have experienced in the last year, this should be obvious. Another bureaucratic panic factory.

Not to be outdone, the US State Dept has issued a warning to US citizens traveling abroad about increased violence and kidnapping. Presently, when traveling abroad, I recommend no facial hair and dressing in an unkosher manner. Is that racist or reality?

I received another email from the Whitehouse, specifically from Arne Duncan, Secretary of the Dept of Education asking me to help our next generation of student and support the President’s plan to award “any student who earns good grades…two years of community college education at no cost”. NO COST! “

I would be glad to support it if there was no cost, but alas, it’s just another lie. $60 billion is the cost, to the taxpayers, who are still having trouble affording the new healthcare tax increase. I guess it's time to send another donation to the Tea Party movement. I don't see anyone else standing up and fighting against these government spending programs? That makes me racist, right?

I just heard that Presidential candidate Jeb Bush hopes to collect $100 million in campaign contributions by March. I know there’s a lot of money in being President, but I don’t know how much of it will be left by the time he were to take office. What's the cost of a successful Presidential campaign these days? $1 billion?

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Race Religion Baiters

As a Christian, I find it annoying and debasing when I read statements like “95% of prison inmates are Christian” or “92% of Congress is Christian”. In actuality, they are “professed” Christians; there is a difference. 

Just because one believes in the deity of Christ does not make them a follower! Lucifer and the fallen legion are believers, does that make them Christians? If I believe I’m a Democrat and profess it to the world but vote for Republicans, what does that make me? 

You will know Christians by their love for one another. John 13:35. Love is an action, demonstrated by patience, tolerance, kindness, gentleness, forgiveness, faithfulness, humility, honesty, generosity, hospitality and charity to name a few. 

If you believe everyone who claims to be a Christian is actually a Christian, then you are na├»ve or similar to race baiters, creating doubt, drama and speculation as to one’s devotion to doing God’s will through the power of Christ and His teachings. 

Before you condemn all Christians as hypocrites, please keep in mind:
1. Christ himself said, “Not everyone who calls out to me, ‘Lord! Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter.” Math 7:21 
2. Christ had the biggest problem with those claiming to be religious.  He condemned them.
When’s the last time you heard a Catholic say he was Christian? Religion is the outward practice of one’s belief system. Christianity is an inward attitude and personal relationship with Christ. There is a difference.

What you or I believe does not constitute truth.  We choose what we believe based on our perception of the truth.  Why then do you throw Christians into a barrel of sour apples and think we're all the same based on what you read or think?

If you must judge, judge actions, not just what someone professes to be. Actions speak much louder than all the rhetoric you hear and read. Please keep in mind, perfection has never been a requirement.