Joe Crews

Joe Crews is an Architect who lives in northeast Texas and practices in several states throughout the southern and central U.S.

Most Recent Articles by Joe Crews:

Christian War Mongers

Oct 25, 2016 — Joe Crews

“Our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.”

While it is folly to seek “salvation” thru politics, it is equally foolish to elect treasonous criminals to public office.

Either Trump or Hillary WILL be elected. No third party has a prayer. One admittedly imperfect man stands not only in defense of our religious liberty, but for all of the rights that our founders and many others purchased by their own blood. The other, perhaps the most evil person to ever seek the office of the Presidency, has not only demonstrated that she will wage war on Christians, the family , our Constitution and our sovereignty, she is beyond any reasonable doubt an enthusiastic member of team Anti-Christ.

Crisis, Coordination, and Leviathan

Aug 31, 2009 — Joe Crews

At what point does a well coordinated plan enter the realm of a conspiracy?  In the interest of full disclosure, I have not been fitted for a tin foil hat, nor have I seen any black helicopters.  Not yet, anyway.  But I think that most Americans would be disturbed to learn that not only has the U.S. Congress been passing thousand-plus page laws that they admittedly have not even read—now we know that they did not even write them.  Given the fact that highly complex bills of this magnitude don’t produce themselves, I think it is a fair question to ask, “Who did?”

Savior or Saboteur? Obama in a Realistic Light

Jul 8, 2009 — Joe Crews

“It is a great pity when the one who should be the head figure is a mere figure head.”
—Charles H. Spurgeon

Barack Obama is less of a person than an image— a brand. People see whatever they want as they do on a Rorschach test. But does anyone really know him?

Obama and the Death of American Liberty

Jun 25, 2009 — Joe Crews

Confederate General Jeb Stuart once remarked that he did not want to survive the death of liberty in his country. On May 11, 1864, Stuart was gravely wounded during a Calvary charge, and on May 12, his wish was granted. In this time of immense challenge and opportunity, I think we would all do well to ponder the caliber of such a man, regardless of our political affiliations or heritage.