May, 2015

God and Evil: My Answer for Michael Savage

Torture, pain, beheadings, the murder of children…. If God exists and is all good, how could He allow such suffering and evil? This is a common question, and a lament often an impediment to faith. It also was addressed recently on the Savage Nation radio show, where host Michael Savage — exhibiting his versatility and talk virility — will sometimes broach that certain thing we’re supposed to discuss even less than politics.

By Selwyn Duke - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

Education System now Graduating Al Gores from public schools

The next generation of global warming-spouting Al Gore-type activists are already in training in America’s classrooms.

The big lie called man-made global warming, birthed by the United Nations and lib-left world leaders out to make a fast buck in the impossible-to-fail money maker advanced on society by global warming/climate change, is here to stay.

By Judi McLeod - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

Global Warming is Real to Liberal Democrats

A very prominent conservative gentleman named Wayne Allyn Root authored an article for, stating, “Conservative admits ‘global warming’ is real” on May 28, 2015. 

What I discovered while reading his article was that his headline statement about ‘global warming’ being real was offered as a tongue-in-cheek half-truth as a sort of spoof about global warming beliefs of liberal Democrats.

By Jerry McConnell - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

British Columbia’s Carbon Tax Induced Economic Troubles Continue

While liberal economists try to convince us that British Columbia’s carbon tax—brought in on July 1, 2008—hasn’t harmed its economy, the evidence continues to pile up against proponents of this tax.

The latest release of Statistics Canada’s labour force survey shows the problems this province’s economy has been having since the carbon tax implementation.

By Sierra Rayne - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

Sexual abuse at the RMC

A military academy is supposed to turn raw recruits into officers and gentlemen.  Obviously, a lot of cadets at the Royal Military College in Kingston skipped the gentleman classes.

By William Bedford - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

Bad to Worse

Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans:

It’s an irrefutable fact that disabled and homeless Veterans, and their deeded land, are worse off now than when we started the Veterans Revolution in their behalf on March 9, 2008, “To Save Our Veterans Land” and to “Bring Our Homeless Veterans HOME.”

By Robert L. Rosebrock - Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Full Story

Curbing EPA abuses

Russian President Vladimir Putin is outraged that the United States has indicted 14 FIFA soccer officials, accusing them of corruption, racketeering, fraud and conspiracy, involving bribes totaling over $150 million in kickbacks for awarding tournament rights. He says the US is meddling in Russian affairs and plotting to steal the 2018 World Cup from his country. What chutzpah.

By Paul Driessen - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

A Virtuous Society

Benjamin Franklin emphasized that without virtue, free societies could not properly function.  He said, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

Using the King’s Star Chamber to Smackdown Private Property Rights

Good EPA “laws” (read: “rules”, “regulations”) are long extinct, but if you had to pick one it would be the 1972 Clean Water Act (CWA) passed by congress four years after the Cuyahoga River in Ohio caught fire (Images for cuyahoga river fire burning—it wasn’t the first time) because of the pollution in it.

The Act authorized the clean-up of this kind of mess in America’s navigable lakes, rivers, and streams, and prohibited further dumping of dangerous industrial chemicals, waste, and other byproducts into these bodies of waters. It also allowed states to manage the clean-up of their own waters under the Clean Water Act (CWA), and enabled federal and state officials to work together to get the job done, .

By W.R. McAfee - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

A Chaplain’s Response to a Court-Martialed US Marine

RIVERSIDE, Calif.,—Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling suffered a court martial indictment after she placed a military leadership quote mentioned in the Hebrew Scriptures on her computer at her desk at Camp Lejune, North Carolina. The quote was “No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper” (Isaiah 54:17, KJV).

By Christian Newswire - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

Hillary’s media coverage as poor as her southern accent

The media should be having a field day with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. For her entire political life, Hillary Clinton’s name has been synonymous with scandal. From cattle futures to the Rose Law Firm to the White Travel Office, Hillary Clinton was never far from the scandals that plagued her husband’s presidency.

By Jeff Crouere - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

Iran’s School Textbooks—can Congress afford to ignore it?

Iranian school textbooks, such as The Qur’an and Life (Grade 12, p. 125) prepare Iranian children for the Ayatollahs’ sublime goal: the apocalyptic, horrifying, millenarian, military battle against the USA and other “arrogant oppressors of the world,” which are ostensibly led by “idolatrous devils.”  While the “savior”—the infallible, immortal, divinely ordained and eventual global leader, the Mahdi—has not surfaced yet, Iranian children are taught that the battle is already raging throughout the world, awaiting their sacrifice.

By Yoram Ettinger - Saturday, May 30, 2015 - Full Story

‘The News’ now planted progressive propaganda

In October of 2008 Obama and the Dems threw the Fundamental Transformation of America up in garish, jaw-dropping neon lights and the world thereafter was never to be the same.

The communications world now digital gave an about-to-be-jettisoned America its first digital dictator.

Back then David Axelrod astroturfing portrayed Obama’s promised Brave New World as an empty screen, one on which Obama could be projected in whatever image folk wanted him to be, history’s first free phone and easy food stamp president.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, May 29, 2015 - Full Story

Embedded Advisors are Key to winning against the Islamic State

“I saw the war through the eyes of the Vietnamese people. I saw the war through the eyes of villagers that I lived with. I saw the war through the eyes of Vietnamese soldiers and Marines there weren’t there on one-year tours, but were there for the duration.  I saw the war from the Delta to the DMZ. I saw the war from Cambodia to the coastal plains in the east. And it was a totally different perspective than I was hearing from my counterparts.”
– Gen. Anthony Zinni, speaking of his tour-of-duty as an Adviser in Vietnam

By Col. Bill Connor - Friday, May 29, 2015 - Full Story

Blatter Wins Re-election but FIFA Is Now a Boat That Won’t Stop Rocking

Dawn raids on glass towered corporate offices from Zurich to Miami! Indictments, extradition proceedings, executives in jail! But meanwhile the Kingpin of the entire operation puts on a brave face and says he will clean up the corruption, the same cleaning up he’s been promising for over a decade.

You might think you’ve just stumbled across a preview of the latest Jack Ryan adventure or maybe a Washington expose by Bill O’Reilly. But this is the world of professional football (soccer), and the man at the top of the totem pole is every bit as skilled in politics and corruption as the Clinton’s.

By David C. Jennings - Friday, May 29, 2015 - Full Story