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Epstein, the Clintons and gun control

August 19, 2019

I find it stunning that regular Americans can be so ignorant. Well, perhaps not ‘stunning’ but I think being ‘saddened’ is more accurate. Don’t take me wrong, Americans aren’t stupid, they simply are misinformed … intentionally by the media. Anyone paying even cursory attention can see the blatant bias against the President, conservatives, white people, straight-people and Christians. If you can’t see it, then you just confirmed what I wrote in the first three sentences. It’s not just being mis-informed, it’s being not informed. The media ignores everything that they can’t place a negative spin on and everything they view as positive towards the President. Finally, the New York Times actually admits they’ve been out to get Trump from the beginning.

But we get plenty of this crap.

Well, enough of bitching about the negative crap shoved down our throats constantly about the President. We know it isn’t going to stop; Hillary ‘got cheated’ out of her place in history, and all the favors sold by her to foreign leaders hostile to America while she was Secretary of State were all for nothing. Donations to the Clinton Foundation dried up over night. Hillary and the Democrats never have accepted the loss. It has to suck, berating Trump during the debates when he suggested he might not accept the election results … then suddenly, he wins and hands Hillary her ass. Oh the disappointment when your premature celebration comes crashing down! LO freaking LLLLLL!!!


Lets see, Jeffery Epstein ‘hanged himself’ this past week. The media was pretty quick to get out in front of this one. In just hours if you were just a bit suspicious of the incident, you were/are just another ‘conspiracy theorist.’ I mean heck, how could anyone question why the cameras malfunctioned at the same time the guards (of which one wasn’t even a real guard) fell asleep for three hours? Why would anyone question the fact that he was taken off suicide watch a week or two after he allegedly tried to commit suicide. I mean, it’s just regular stuff for a high-profile prisoner, who entertained some of the most powerful people on the planet via underage girls to be left unattended in a maximum security prison. Steven Crowder puts the thing in perspective.

To suggest that the Clintons could have possibly had anything to do with Mr. Epstein’s demise is just ludicrous! Don’t we all know 50-60 people associated with us personally who have committed suicide or were murdered in robberies ‘gone bad?’ Only around 29% of people believe he Mr. Epstein committed suicide. 

Okay, enough of that. We’ll never know how Mr. Epstein died. I’m certain not very many people are going to lose any sleep in mourning his death. It’s just sad that again, powerful weasels will get away with their nefarious deeds.


Oh, I see we have the ol’ gun control thing being forced on us after another “mass shooting.” (don’t they have those every weekend in Chicago?) So, we have groups of people appealing to the government to, “Do something!!” like the government can fix the problem. I’m happy to inform everyone that the government can’t fix anything! The focus isn’t on fixing stuff … the focus is on getting and retaining power, period. If those in the government were serious about solving what we’re being fed as a problem with ‘mass shootings’ they would be getting to the root of that and it ain’t guns. It’s futile to even put forth a logical argument as we’ve lost this one a long time ago. The break-down of morality and the family structure has produced a generation of people who believe reality is only in the mind of the individual. The value of human life is zero, unless those lives are available to vote Democrat. The government has absolutely no right and no authority to ban weapons or the private ownership of guns. They know it. That’s why they have to chip away incrementally at the 2nd Amendment to slowly dry up the availability of firearms for the public. They will use hysteria, children and emotions to arrive at the goal of an unarmed population. When the government, the military, the police and criminals are the only entities to have guns, that never ends well for the citizens of any nation. Side note here: While the Democrats cry and bitch about ‘civility’ between people of opposing political opinions, they pull this crap.

Well, that’s about it for me today. Gotta do some work around here to earn the “big bucks” I’m getting paid.


“Gun Violence” is best solved when met by an armed citizenry

August 6, 2019

If we want to stop or at least minimize the carnage of mass shootings I think it’s time to take our 2nd Amendment rights to the extreme. It’s time to legally arm ourselves and be proficient in handling our weapons. We need to be ready to defend our loved ones and the innocents around us if the unfortunate situation arises of some wacko shooting up whatever place we might be in. Yeah, yeah, the politicians get all ‘righteously indignant’ and ‘mad’ when a bunch of innocent people get shot in a store or restaurant and before the bodies are even removed from the scene they’re in front of microphones blaming the President, white folks and the NRA. By the end of the day many Democrats are fund raising on the backs of the slain. The media rejoice at the fact their ratings will skyrocket as the Russia collusion thing fizzled out and no one believes them any more. I saw David Muir’s little photo-interview stunt, visiting the poor folks recovering in the hospital of their wounds, and I have to tell you I found it utterly disgusting. Is there anyone who believes this guy gives a rat’s ass about those people? It reminded me of when Bill Clinton was walking around at Ron Brown’s funeral laughing until he realized a camera was on him; suddenly he got this mournful face … typical phony, which is what every liberal media personality is. Fake news, fake people. I digress, big time.

Politicians want to disarm everyone, especially law-abiding citizens. They want us to be defenseless. They would rather we cover our loved ones with our bodies than have the ability to fight back. They actually expect us to believe they can and will protect us. You know, like they’ve fixed health-care (admitting they lied to us to cram Obama-care down our throats), social security insolvency, veterans medical treatment, homelessness, crap on the streets of L.A. and San Francisco, illegal border crossings, crime in the inner cities, etc. I give them this, they did fix the restroom issue. They made it so anyone can use the restroom of his/her choice.

The common denominator in every mass shooting is that it stops when someone else shows up with a gun. Over at the American Thinker a lady summed up what I wrote here with this: “We need to stop being afraid of the Left and exercise our right to bear arms.”

Read the article right about HERE.

I had to “edit” this for those whose comprehension skills are somewhat lacking in grasping what I printed in the above post …




Fake “racism” won’t win 2020 for the Democrats

July 30, 2019

The media and the Democrats simply can’t give it up. They actually think the ol’ “race” card hasn’t worn out yet. I’ve noticed lately that you can’t find any article about the President that doesn’t have the accusation that he’s a racist, and/or that 50% of Americans believe he is one. I sit at work and go through the various news sites, Yahoo mainly, which features articles from every far-left publication in the country. Nearly every one of them lately contain some sort of ‘racism’ charge about President Trump. In every one of them there are never any examples of actual racism, none, nada, zip, zero, zilch … nothing. It’s was “racist” when Trump said something about, “go back to the countries you came from,” to AOC and company … without mentioning anything about race or women. Oddly every one knew who he was referring to based on their ideology … socialism. Recently President Trump mentioned that Elijah Cummings should take care of his own district in Baltimore before criticizing the ICE agents and Border Patrol. The mere mention of Mr. Cummings was … racist, because Cummings is black. It’s common knowledge that Baltimore overall is a sh#thole which Obama and Bernie Sanders had in the past described as such. But it’s “racist” when Trump does it.

President Trump was not supposed to finish six months in office. He was supposed to resign in shame for his dastardly deed (of beating Hillary) and be frog-marched out of the Oval Office straight to prison. That didn’t happen. But the one thing that traitor would be punished for is his collusion with Russia to win the presidency … that he really didn’t want to win … or Stormy Daniels would bring him down. Stormy faded away along with the others who got fifteen minutes of fame. But then again … the Democrats great white hope in Robert Mueller’s investigation would once and for all bring him down. At the same time the Democrats have the impeachment angle going. Trump just has to have done something they can impeach him on!

Stormy was a bust. Mueller was a disaster. Impeachment is a dud. Aha though, Trump is a “racist!”

Folks, instead of the Democrats just accepting the loss in 2016 and given Trump his standard presidential ‘honey-moon’ for the first 100 days, they went full blown “get Trump” and have made utter fools of themselves every step of the way. They could have worked on selling themselves and their ‘policies’ to the American people instead of turning off a great number of white Americans, American citizens, and average people. Does anyone think all white Americans like being called racist, homophobe or xenophobe which is all the Democrats and the likes of AOC and company have been doing?

President Trump has accomplished a lot of stuff for the American people and America. As I listen to some, such as the Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP who are calling for Trump’s impeachment, I find it stunning they’re so ignorant when black and Hispanic unemployment are at record lows … but they like it the way it’s always been for some weird reason.

No folks, the race card ain’t gonna work for the Democrats in 2020 in defeating President Trump. You can dislike his personality, you can self-righteously condemn his past play-boy behavior, but you can’t argue with his successes in genuinely making the United States a stronger and more secure nation, despite the Democrats best efforts to stop him. Open borders, higher taxes, late-term (post term) abortion, late term abortions for illegals, Medicare for all, free college, student loan forgiveness, slavery reparations and fake global warming isn’t going to win the 2020 election.

Trump needs God to win re-election. He shouldn’t be cursing Him.

July 20, 2019

As much as it pains me and causes me very much stress, I believe President Trump is jeopardizing his re-election campaign. It’s obvious that he’s forgotten just who put him in the White House. He’s forgotten just how miraculous his victory was and how only through the prayers of many Christians he was elected President.

We all know President Trump is full of pride and arrogance, though sometimes he can demonstrate humility, but it’s rare. There are a couple of things I’ve noticed recently that are giving me pause in any assurance that he will be re-elected. First, a couple of weeks ago during some interview he said, and I’m paraphrasing, “I’ll tell you how I got elected, I got me elected!” He said it a couple of times. Now I normally wouldn’t have thought anything of it, but for some reason I got a weird feeling about it at that time. I believe the scriptures say something like, “Pride goeth before a fall …”

Anyway, moving on to the next and most disturbing reason why I believe he could easily lose re-election; Last week in North Carolina at his massive rally, he cursed using God’s name, twice. I was listening to him and was stunned he actually did that on national television in front of millions of Christians. I called him out for it on Twitter the next morning (like he’ll listen to me!!) as it made my skin crawl. It seems like the media and the Democrats didn’t catch it or are too stupid (because they do it all the time also) to realize, that is the one thing that really CAN separate Trump from a lot of his base … his Christian base. Instead they’ve been focused on the 13 second “send her back chant.”

The only place I noticed that carried a link in mentioning it was on Drudge. HERE is that story.

I’ll just say that I’m very disappointed that Trump did that. I know if my little wife had been listening she would have blown a gasket! I have to go back to how I felt in 2016 … we’re not electing a saint … we’re electing someone who will stand up for Christian values, even though he’s not one. Having said all that, I’ll leave this as a reminder for President Trump: “Dead flies cause the ointment of the apothecary to send forth a stinking savor: so doth a little folly him that is in reputation for wisdom and honor.” Ecc. 10:1

No President Trump, YOU didn’t get yourself elected … God did, and He has ways to abase those who walk in pride …

Eternal Security … a false teaching #2

July 7, 2019

In my previous post I claimed that the teaching of “once saved, always saved” is false, and a very dangerous doctrine. My hope is to explain why the teaching of once a person makes a public confession of accepting Jesus as their personal savior, acknowledge that He died on a cross for the forgiveness of sins and that He rose from the dead three days later … that isn’t the end of it. That doesn’t give anyone a free pass into heaven. Repentance is a change of the mind and heart, a complete change in the course of one’s life. You can’t just ‘repent and believe the gospel’ and continue in the same life-style. Charles Stanley said this ridiculous statement, “To be in the ‘outer darkness’ is to be in the kingdom of God but outside the circle of men and women whose faithfulness on this earth earned them a special rank or position of authority.” 

“Outer darkness” is constantly referred to as a place of ‘weeping and gnashing of teeth.’ Matt: 8:12, Matt.22:13, Matt. 25:30 and on and on. So I kinda wonder where Mr. Stanley gets his take on “outer darkness.” That alone is enough for me to determine the guy’s teaching is false.

One of the most outrageous claims is that a Christian can do whatever he/she wants and still make heaven their home … they just won’t have a ‘position of authority’ or ‘inherit any dominion in the Kingdom.’ How many people reading this, when you turned your life to Christ, gave any thought at all of having a position of dominion or authority in Heaven? Wasn’t your heart heavy with the weight of sin and simply being forgiven was good enough?

I kind of wonder what Paul meant when he wrote, “But I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway.”

When I think about ‘positions of authority’ or ‘special ranks’ being assigned in heaven, I think that’s pretty cool. Yet, for those who don’t get that stuff, what do they do? Are they under the authority of those ‘special ranked’ folks? Yeah, I get the fact that some will get more rewards than others … in my limited knowledge, I just don’t get the ‘punishment’ thing about being in heaven but just kind of an outsider there. I guess we’ll see.

When a person decides to give their life to Christ, why instantly is the warring within started? You know, why the instant battle to do good or evil takes place where it wasn’t before? What difference does it make if one does evil or good seeing his ticket for heaven is already secured? What does the Devil care if you get appointed to a position of authority in heaven or are just a regular resident? He isn’t going … at least as far as I know, even though there are some Christian leaders who actually preach the Devil will make it too.

I’m wondering what this means:

“For if God spared not the natural branches, take heed lest he also spare not thee. Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God: on them which fell, severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness: otherwise thou also shalt be cut off.”

Ah, Paul probably meant that for some other folks … not the Christians to whom he wrote the epistle to the Romans. I read the reasoning of some … “well that doesn’t really pertain to …” uh … “that doesn’t mean ‘cut off’ as in ‘cut off.'” “if thou continue in his goodness” doesn’t mean to actually ‘continue in his goodness,’ it means continue in his goodness or you won’t be a “special rank” of authority in heaven, you’ll just be a peon there.

Utter nonsense. Anyway, the purpose in writing this isn’t to discourage anyone. The purpose is to encourage all saints to run the race to the end. Guard your heart and soul, and be not weary in well doing, “Receiving the end of your faith, even the salvation of your souls.”

The end of your faith is the salvation of your soul.

I will interject this thought; I hope the people who embrace and teach that once a person is ‘saved,’ or born-again that there’s no fear of losing that realize that if they are wrong then there’s a lot of people who will be lost, thinking they’re A-Okay; that the powers of darkness and sin can never hinder a person from getting to heaven. If there’s anything I really hope I’m wrong about, I hope I’m wrong in saying a person’s salvation is a ‘work in progress’ and it begins upon conversion, and the reward is at the end of one’s life. I think it behooves us to err on the side of caution.

Once saved, always saved is a false teaching

June 23, 2019

Good Sunday morning folks! I’m going to ‘take a swipe’ at what’s commonly referred to as “eternal security.” I think this is a belief that is taught within the Baptist Church. Pick one; First Baptist, Baptist Church of whatever, and so on. In general, this is one of the main ideas taught. “Once saved, always saved!” If a person has been saved (born again) it is not possible to lose his/her salvation regardless of sins they may commit and live in after the born-again experience. This isn’t a bash on the Baptists at all. I actually attend a Baptist church and there are few churches that have more of a love for lost souls than the Baptists.

Of course the folks who support that idea have scriptures and little sayings backing up the claim. In reality, there aren’t any scriptures, taken in the right context that support it.

I won’t get off into ‘debunking’ that stuff individually, but I do want to present evidence which backs up the truth that after a person is born-again, they must continue in the faith.

The lie of eternal security is actually the first recorded lie in the Bible; “Ye shall not surely die:” (Gen. 3:4), the serpent said to Eve. Adam and Eve had the gift of eternal life if they chose to have it. The Tree of Life was right there, but they chose otherwise. From that point on, throughout the entirety of the Bible God’s warning to keep His commandments went unheeded and people reaped the consequences. After God made His promise to Abraham and the nation of Israel was finally established, God blessed them, set them apart as His chosen people. “All Israel shall be saved” (Rom. 11:26) So, if all Israel shall be saved, does that mean all Jews are saved? (there are preachers who teach that Jews don’t have to repent or be born-again … they are automatically saved) We see throughout the Bible a whole bunch of Jews being destroyed … even though the nation of Israel is blessed.

We have the same situation with the Church; ‘the Church’ being the body of Christ. As a whole, the Church will be raptured and meet the Lord in the air. Those individuals who aren’t continuing in the faith, keeping God’s commandments won’t be included in that event.

Ezekiel ch. 18:24-26 says:

…when the righteous turneth away from his righteousness, and committeth iniquity, and doeth according to all the abominations that the wicked man doeth, shall he live? All his righteousness that he hath done shall not be mentioned: in his trespass that he hath trespassed, and in his sin that he hath sinned, in them shall he die.

Yet ye say, The way of the Lord is not equal. Hear now, O house of Israel; Is not my way equal? are not your ways unequal?

When a righteous man turneth away from his righteousness, and committeth iniquity, and dieth in them; for his iniquity that he hath done shall he die.

Okay, let’s cut to the chase here as I don’t want to make this too long. In Revelation ch. 3:1-5 it is written:
And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead.

Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God.

Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee.

Thou hast a few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white: for they are worthy.

He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels.

“Thou has a few names even in Sardis …” goes back to what I wrote about the Church being saved, but individuals can be lost. Jesus says He can blot out a name from the book of life. It seems a name would have to be in the book of life for it to get blotted out. Doesn’t a person have to be saved to get listed in the book of life?

If a person repents (asks for forgiveness for his/her sins, and changes the course of his/her life), have they given up their free-will to do what they want? If they are guaranteed a ticket to heaven no matter what, it seems that undermines the free will that God created in us differing from animals.

What would it advantage the powers of darkness to convince anyone they must continually pray, read the Bible, go to church, keep themselves from doing unsavory things if they want to secure their salvation? Doesn’t it make more sense for Satan to convince people that everything is cool, you can do exactly the same things you were doing before confessing Christ as savior and make it to heaven? “Ye shall not surely die:”

Here’s a little of what I feel is utter non-sense and very deceptive:

Charles Stanley quotes

“…Our works have nothing to do with where we spend eternity. But they have a lot to do with what we can expect once we get there.”

“Even if a believer for all practical purposes becomes an unbeliever, his salvation is not in jeopardy”

“And last, believers who lose or abandon their faith will retain their salvation, for God remains faithful.”

“You and I are not saved because we have enduring faith. We are saved because at a moment in time we expressed faith in our Lord.”

“Discipleship has nothing to do with whether you will go to heaven or not.”

“It is possible to be a child of God and never a disciple of Christ. We can live the Christian life with the assurance of heaven as our ultimate destiny but miss the process of maturing as a disciple.”

“Where is this place represented by the ‘outer darkness’ (Matthew 25:30) in Jesus’ parable? To be in the ‘outer darkness’ is to be in the kingdom of God but outside the circle of men and women whose faithfulness on this earth earned them a special rank or position of authority.”

“…a Christian who at no point in his entire life bore any eternal fruit. And yet his salvation is never jeopardized.”

“…there are Christians who show no evidence of their Christianity as well.”

“Faith is simply the way we say yes to God’s free gift of eternal life. Faith and salvation are not one and the same any more than a gift and the hand that receives it are the same. Salvation stands independently of faith.”

“But if a man or woman who has been rescued once from a state of unforgiveness need not worry. For once 100 percent of a man’s or woman’s sins have been forgiven, the potential for being unforgiven has been done away with. The risk factor is zero. There are no more fires from which the believer needs to be saved.”

I’ve barely begun to make the case against eternal security. From start to finish the Bible is filled with example after example of keeping the faith that is delivered to us. We are warned time and again about those who were corrupting the Word of God from the beginning.

Finally, God loves us; that is a true statement. I do have to be clear on one thing though; God loves us, but He loves His Son more. If we think for a second that God sacrificed His Son, bearing the sins of the world … that He will just wink and allow sinful people, Christian or otherwise into heaven, remember this: God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (Gal. 6:7)

Media Darling Avenatti … not such a darling anymore.

May 23, 2019

Does anyone remember this?

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