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If It Isn’t America First, What Is It?

american_map_flag_144113240_std-300x244 The very words "America First" have gained a social stigma accorded few things in American History—things such as "McCarthyism," or "America for Americans," or "Reverse Discrimination."  These words that have been made politically incorrect by the media wing of the Progressive Republocrat Party.  The original America First Committee was painted with the broad brush of […]

Out of the Mouth of Criminal Hillary Clinton: “Deep-Seated Cultural Codes, Religious Beliefs and Structural Biases Have to be Changed”

hillaryclinton Out of the mouths of criminals comes... well, comes criminal ideas. Just in case you haven't heard, "deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs, and structural biases have to be changed" so women can access reproductive healthcare and safe childbirth. The criminal who said it is none other than Hillary Clinton. Clinton, who is linked with her […]

Persecution of Christians is Undeniable

persecuted-christians Has persecution of Christians begun in earnest in America? You be the judge. Here are just a few samples of what is taking place in our land:     •    Blaine Adamson was ordered by the city of Lexington, Kentucky, to undergo 'sensitivity training" for refusing to print T-shirts for a sodomite pride festival.     •    Photographer Elaine Huguenin was ordered by […]

Sympathy for the Devil – A Means to Destruction

Sympathy_for_the_devil_by_Yarrum2 There was once a story of a merciful captain of a ship. While a passing ship shot at the captain's ship, the captain showed mercy and warned him not to shoot again. The ship shot at him again, but the kind captain did not retaliate. His "mercy" ended up bringing destruction not only upon himself, […]

Are Youth in America becoming Un-American?

image.php On my travels throughout this great nation, I have the privilege to speak to youth in public or private schools and occasionally churches. Last week, while touring in Iowa, I had the chance to address a mixed crowd that included a high school church youth group. My first thought when speaking to youth is, "Awesome, […]