Thursday, November 25, 2010

Minorites Become the Majority

If you can watch this video and not have a concern about the future of America and your children then you need a heart to heart talk with your forefathers and your God.

I Am Thankful For My Family

I have spoken many sermons on Thanksgiving and the things for which we should be thankful. As this day dawns upon us I want to pause and reflect on those things for which I am thankful. However an attempt to list those many blessings which have been mine would be impossible and any attempt to do so would meet with great disappointment and failure.

For that reason I will make no pursuit to list those blessings which are many and sundry.

Considering the fact that I could not give justice to all I will attempt to give at least justice to one. This one blessing to which I want to give pause is the blessing of my family.

My family is unique to me and my wife. No one else has our family. Our family is ours and ours alone. I am aware that everyone has a family of which many of you are equally proud. But in these few words I want to express our love for our family. Even though I am the author in our household these thoughts are shared by my wife as well and one would be foolish to think I am expressing my thoughts and love alone.

My wife and I have a different legacy handed down from our parents and their parents before them. We are both proud of our parents. They were all kind and wonderful - caring and loving - noble and just. I am so thankful that God provided this legacy for my life from which my character was built. My wife, as well, has eyes that sparkle with pride when she speaks of her father, mother and their families. But we joined those legacies together in 1966 when we married in Iowa Hill, California on a warm May afternoon.

From that moment we began to build our own family and taught our children to embrace pride in life and character. My wife gave the Lord three children. And I often thought that she never looked more beautiful than those times when she was about to give birth to our children. From their birth we recognized that these little babies were not ours. We were given stewardship for these children that God had put in our care.

Our responsibility was to train these three children which at birth were 100% physically dependent on our care and eventually send them out into the world 100% physically independent of our care. The opposite is likewise true. We were to take a child that was 100% focused on itself and train them so they would learn to be 100% focused on Jesus Christ.

I am thankful that we accomplished our goal and when we stand before the judge of the universe we can say we fulfilled our mission.

We are extremely proud and thankful for each our children. Each has passed the tests of childhood and have stood strong in the temptations of adulthood. But not only are we thankful for their lives but we are thankful for those that they have taken into their lives. For that reason we look upon their spouses as our sons and daughters also.

Our family has grown and we can honestly say we are proud of each of them. And each of them have the talent to make contributions which can strengthen our family. We are proud of our eldest son Nathan which has such fantastic people skills and a “hit” when he walks in the room. His wife Anna has a warm personality and can develop a friendship with someone at the speed of a heartbeat. They have two children, Alex and Alaina. Nathan and Anna live out of state, so we are not as aware of outstanding characteristics of their children, but knowing their mom and dad they are on the way to become young people who are sharp of wit and sharp of character.i

Rachel has focus and drive and can get things done while others are still thinking about it and though doesn’t “click” with others as quickly as Anna, she develops long and loyal friendships. Her husband Scott is solid like a rock with an intuitive judge of character, He’s quiet and seldom draws attention to himself, but as they say don’t underestimate the power of a deep moving river. Their children are Charity, Shelby and Andrew.

Charity was our first born grandchild. We were so happy to be grandparents - we were told it would be fun and they didn’t lie. She is one of those people who knows how to get over “an issue” and remind everyone that things are not really “that bad!” She has a wonderful new baby that has a character yet to be developed, but little Ward seldom cries or get angry. It appears he will be well disciplined like his father Freeland (our grandson-in-law) who gets business done without getting side tracked on frivolity.

Charity and Shelby are both quite talented in music having composed the lyrics and music for many songs including those on their CD’s. Singing under the name Heritage Connection they have developed a following in both the U.S. and Europe.

Shelby is focused on what ever task engages her. She has a quick mind and ready for a debate.

Andrew is like his uncle Nathan. He is sharp and can “take charge” if the “party” gets too slow. Andrew likes to greet people on Sunday mornings as they come to church and is always ready to present his ideas and thoughts to a listening ear and can make friends at the speed of sound.

Jason is our youngest son. He is one of those people that displays character of integrity in a handshake or smile. Extremely focus on our ministry he is just there to do what needs to be done without fanfare. Like Nathan and Rachel, he is an excellent pubic speaker and everyone is eager to listen to him when he addresses and audience.

Amanda, Jason’s wife is an excellent mother and bounces around taking care of two little boys like she was born to “bounce.” We are so happy to include her, along with Scott and Anna as one of “our” children. Amanda has a sharp mind which is so much help in our office. She establishes friendships fast and helps people to feel comfortable. Jason and Amanda have two little boys, Caleb and Tayton. Both boys are brilliant (what else did you expect me to say). They love the outdoors and nature.

I hope no one is offended, but I am extremely thankful for my family. I love all my kids: Rachel, Scott, Charity, Freeland, Ward, Shelby, Andrew, Nathan, Anna, Alex, Alaina, Jason, Amanda, Caleb and Tayton.

OK! I have to admit it - none of them are perfect - but I didn’t say they were. I only said I am thankful for them. They all have good qualities and they all have some poor qualities. But they are all men, women and children of character. They all love the Lord and love our people. And if they weren’t my children - my family - I would still be honored to call them my friend.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Have You Heard

One of our supporters from California said that a "gay' guy that works at the same investment firm he works at told him, "Ha, I have a friend that works for TSA and gets to "feel up" your straight friends all day long." Then added, "The next time you fly he's going grab your son's ******"
Rumor has it that queers at TSA are trying to get "that job!"

If you have heard the same or have any evidence, please email me at

Interview tonight

I will be interviewed Live today at 5:30 PM EST – 4:30 CST . The interview will be conducted by Bart Smith, president of the Washington D.C. Institute of Biblical Research.

Follow the link below to listen

Sunday, November 14, 2010

15,000 March for love of Country and Heritage Against Illegal Invasion

On November 7th 15,000 Russian nationalists marched in Moscow for love of their culture and nation against the invasion of illegal immigrants. The event was sponsored by a coalition of nationalists, the largest being DPNI or Movement Against Illegal Immigration which has members throughout Russia. The march took place on Russian Unity Day.
If you are a White Nationalist, you will certainly enjoy this short video.
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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Poor Glenn Beck - He Just Doesn't Get It!

The other day Glenn Beck broadcasted a special exposing George Soros. Soros (right), a native of Budapest, Hungary has a net worth of $14.2 billion. Although Soros is officially an atheist, he is in fact a Jewish atheist and this is what got Beck in so much trouble with the ADL.

Soros is founder of the Open Society Foundation and has given over 8 billion dollars toward his favorite causes.

After Glen Beck exposed Soros’ propensity to finance progressive causes the ADL accused Beck of being anti-Semitic. Beck was shocked because, only three weeks ago, October 22nd, Beck was praised by the ADL for his faithful friendship to the Jewish people.

In Beck’s website he moans about the controversy. He can’t understand why the Jews first loved him and now they are claiming he is anti-Semitic. But the fact is that Jews, as a whole, support socialistic and progressive agendas. It is their core values. This agenda - you might say - is their religion! It is part of their desire to change the world into a Jewish “identity.” So an expose’ or even disagreement with this Jewish utopian dream is viewed as an attack on Jews.
Below is from Glenn Beck's website.

"The Anti-Defamation League has launched an attack on Glenn, claiming that the special on George Soros was somehow anti-Semitic. No one has been a bigger friend to the Jewish people and to Israel than Glenn. You'd think the ADL knew that - oh wait, they did! And they made that especially clear in a letter PRAISING Glenn for his support of Jewish people and of Israel. That letter of praise, from ADL's National Director Abe Foxman, was written waaaaay back on October 22nd - OF THIS YEAR! Looks like the ADL was for Glenn Beck before they were against him. Glenn explains more on the flip flop on radio today."

Beck actually received a letter from ADL director, Abe Foxman (right), apologizing for a fund raising letter that had mistakenly accused Beck of making anti-Semitic remarks, then ended the letter by saying, "Even though we may disagree from time to time, I know that you are a friend of the Jewish people and a friend of Israel. Sincerely, Abe Foxman, national director of the ADL."

Poor Glenn Beck can’t seem to figure out that no matter how often he supinely lay at the feet of the “chosen.” ones, he will never be their friend - they will never trust him. When ever he gets to uppity then he will simply be called anti-Semitic or racist in order to keep him in line. This same tactic is used over and over again.

For another example, Beck falls at the feet of Martin Luther King and other African-Americans in an effort to prove he is not a racist. Yet he is continually called a racist and Al Sharpton even arranged a march and rally against Beck when the Restoring American Honor was held in Washington D.C.

Click below and listen as this Jewish spokesperson actually brags about how they use they will accuse someone of being anti-Semitic as a trick to control people.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Keep Your Gay Hands Off My Body!

On the Bill O'Rielly show, November 9th, there was the discussion of the new Homeland Security policy to give full body scans or body pat downs to all passengers. Many people oppose this intrusive "security" measure. However, in defending the pat downs and the full body scans we were assured that only those of the same gender will view the body scans or conduct the "pat downs."

But what if the person of the same "gender" is a Sodomite? Are we suppose to feel better about that? I don't want a Sodomite running his hands up and down my legs either. Toward the end of the discussion, Kimberly Guilfoyle, a Fox News contributor stated that, in spite of the concerns, that overall it is a small sacrifice to pay in order to insure our safety. A small sacrifice? This reminds me of the words of Benjamin Franklin “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

Call me a bigot, but if we are going to violate a person's constitutional protections, what don't we simply "violate" the "rights" of Muslims - they are the ones trying to kill us - not some 90-year old grandma in a wheel chair.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010

Blasphemy From the Pulpit

A black South African “Christian” pastor announced recently in his Sunday morning sermon that Jesus Christ had AIDS. AIDS as I am sure everyone knows is primarily thought to be a sexually transmitted disease, but it can also be spread by sharing dirty needles.

The claim has provoked outrage throughout the world with reverberations reaching all the way to my blog.

Xola Skosana is pastor of the non-denominational Hope for Life located in the Khayelitsha township. It would suggest that Jesus Christ was sexually promiscuous. Skosana is part of a growing charismatic movement in South Africa, and claims his message is more about giving hope than anything else.

By making the claim, he hopes to remove the stigma attached to HIV suffers in his country.

More than 5.7million people live with the virus in South Africa - more than in any other country in the world.