You're as brilliant as the things you want to do!
Or, as obtuse as the things you don't want to do!


Bombing Campaign against ISIS Named

ISIS_Bombing_CampaignHow to Name A Bombing Campaign

The Pentagon named the bombing campaign against ISIS “Operation Inherent Resolve”! A bombing campaign that has had little or no effect in slowing down ISIS. It seems that due to the lack of effective results another name would, perhaps, be more appropriate: “Operation Unapparent Resolve”!

When you look at the bombing campaigns in 1991 and 2004 there is a little bit of a difference. The current campaign is anemic compared to the previous campaigns. ISIS fighters should be afraid to stick their head out of the hole in which they are hiding.

Unfortunately, they are still moving forward their attacks on Iraqi and Syrian towns and cities. The big worry at this point is what will the American people do when they see an American pilot beheaded on TV.

Second Healthcare worker with Ebola

Well, there is an old saying; “Common sense, the most uncommon thing in America”. Given the current circumstances I have to agree with that wholeheartedly.

A second healthcare worker in Dallas has contracted Ebola.The second of seventy-seven workers who treated Thomas Duncan, a man who came to the US from Liberia by lying to get on a flight. Our healthcare system is not prepared for even a small outbreak of Ebola, much less an epidemic. Further, the fact that these “unexplained” contractions of Ebola occurred with healthcare workers following the brilliant, yet completely arrogant and condescending, advice of the CDC is inevitable.

How is it that our government, citing that public safety as being paramount, can summarily stop flights to Ben Gurion airport for nearly a week because a single Hamas rocket landed a mile away from the airport while, stating that our public safety is not at risk, allowing flights from west Africa to continue freely flowing into this country? Continue reading

It’s about “The Agenda”


The Agenda and Recent Events

The AgendaRecent events of serious unrest in Ferguson Missouri have been at the forefront of the media. The Obama administration, underwritten by the mainstream media and black radical groups, has incited outrage over a black man who was shot and killed by a white police officer and have made accusations of racism and injustice. At the same time the administration, and the mainstream media, has been virtually silent regarding the brutal beheading of a white grandmother by a black man in Moore Oklahoma. Most people look at this and shake their heads in disgust wondering how can this be so? How can their be such outrage over a hoodlum killed by a police officer and yet such dispassion about a completely innocent grandmother who was brutally beheaded in her place of work? Considering the series of events that have occurred since Barak Obama became president, it seems to call into question the fundamental character of the administration.

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Purple Penguins

purple_penguinsThe degree to which the liberal left has taken political correctness has just gotten simply insane. A school district in Lincoln Nebraska recently conducted teacher training where they were coached to refrain from using gender terminology with the children for fear of offending them. Teachers were encouraged to use terms like “hey campers” and, yes you’ve guessed it, “purple penguins”! They were encouraged not to have the children line up as boys and girls but as perhaps, even and odd birth dates.

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In God We Trust

 In God We Trust

prayerRecently, I have been receiving phone calls on a daily basis regarding my political position. Are you “conservative” or “liberal” they ask? Then they proceed to rattle off a list of candidates and ask for my position on various issues. They never fail to ask two questions:

1) Is the country going in the right direction or the wrong direction?

2) What do you believe to be the most important issue facing the country, or the state at this time?

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Welcome to the place to share.  I love to post and blog about many things like gardening, computers, religion and politics. However, I am passionate about my relationship with Christ.

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