David Rushton

David Rushton was born in London where his parents were staunch conservatives. He immigrated to the United States in the sixties and formed a patriotic organization advocating conservative principles which include rallies and marches. He had his own radio talk show for many years and was also a guest on many radio and Television talk shows.In the last few years David wrote several books about the dangers of radical Islam and spoke on this subject in some of the largest Conservative Churches in the United States.He now resides with his wife Marcia in Costa Rica.

Most Recent Articles by David Rushton:

Hussein Obama’s policies lead to more bloodshed in Egypt

Jul 9, 2013 — David Rushton

Finally American courts are getting around to the idea that those who train Pitt Bulls to be vicious should be held accountable for the deaths and suffering that occurs when they attack people. But what about accountability on the International scene? Should Hussein Obama be held responsible for the violence in Egypt committed by the organization he backed to take over Egypt?

The fat lady has not even taken the first breath in Cairo

Jul 6, 2013 — David Rushton

“It’s not over until the fat lady sings.”

Reuters reports that Egyptian security forces arrested the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday, in a crackdown against the Islamist movement after the army ousted the country’s first democratically elected president.

Obama’s leadership in worldwide Jihad hits a snag

Jul 2, 2013 — David Rushton

Fourteen Million people marched in Egypt yesterday against the man Obama backed to be the Egyptian President. Morsi was Obama’s man and the Muslim Brotherhood was Obama’s party because Obama has the Muslim worldview.

The great “Arab Spring” Hoax

Jun 16, 2013 — David Rushton

The so-called “Arab Spring” has been growing since 2010 when a man in Tunisia burned himself to death in protest at his treatment by police. But it has little to do with Arabs and far more to do with Muslims. Most of the countries involved are not Arab countries at all.

Israel is the Victim not the Villain

Feb 21, 2013 — David Rushton

The world today seems to use Israel as a scapegoat for all their woes. The world press and the UN vilify Israel as an Apartheid State while all Israel is trying to do is save a tiny piece of Land for their homeland. They have been living there for more than 3,000 years and the so-called Palestinians came from all over the Middle East, mostly in the last 100 years.

British hospital report should wake up America

Feb 10, 2013 — David Rushton

In an article published in New York Times International on February 7th 2013, Sarah Lyall reports “Appalling Suffering” in British Hospitals. This should be a wake-up call to all Americans to stop the insanity of Obama’s destruction of the American system, which is already in a disgraceful state of degradation.

OH Bethlehem what have they done to you?

Dec 24, 2012 — David Rushton

I have been privileged to visit Bethlehem more than 40 times out of more than 60 total visits to Israel. The first time was in 1964. Now it is sadly listed among the places, like London (my hometown) and Cairo that I never will visit again. In 1995 the birthplace of the Prince of Peace was turned over to the “Palestinian Authority” under the terms of the Oslo Peace Accord.

At the time of my first visit to Bethlehem it was under occupation by the Jordanian army as was most of Jerusalem. There was a “Berlin Wall” of barbed wire and sentry towers between what the United Nations defined as Israel and the part occupied by Jordan. One needed a passport and special visas to go from one side to the other.

Why did Jesus celebrate Chanukkah?

Dec 14, 2012 — David Rushton

Chanukkah is thought by many Americans to be the Jewish answer to Christmas. Some believe it was invented by Jews to give their children an opportunity to gaze at lights similar to those on a Christmas Tree and give and receive gifts. But Chanukah is very different than Christmas in many ways.

Those Fleeing Obama’s America: Prepare to be taxed

Nov 28, 2012 — David Rushton

Senator Charles Schumer has recently proposed a new law to tax Americans heavily for leaving the United States. It was in reaction to the news that Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook, had renounced his American Citizenship and was taking his $2 billion dollars in capital gains with him.

When is a Truce not a Truce?

Nov 27, 2012 — David Rushton

In Western thought a truce means a cessation of hostilities by both sides in preparation for a full peace. Another meaning is a temporary cessation of hostilities for a specific period.  An example is when the Luftwaffe agreed to allow a British aircraft free passage to drop a pair of artificial legs to British pilot Douglas Bader in a German POW camp. By the way he soon used those tin legs to escape from the camp as detailed in the book and movie Reach for the Sky.

The Agony of the American Nightmare

Nov 13, 2012 — David Rushton

Most of us will never forget waking up on the morning of November 7th, 2012 to the shocking news that Hussein Obama, America’s worst enemy, had been reelected for another four years.

There are many days in the history of the world that will live in history as days of terrible shock.

A Divided Nation

Nov 5, 2012 — David Rushton

At 3 am I sit at my computer. I can’t sleep. I am stunned by what Hussein Obama has been able to accomplish during the last four years. Thirty newspapers have reversed their opinion of him since 2008. Finally they see the man for what he is and they cry out for him to be removed and a real American returned to the White House. But in many ways it is too late.

A parable for our day

Sep 17, 2012 — David Rushton

In the richest land this world has ever seen there was a very large family. They wanted for nothing. They worked very hard and all pulled together to make a success for all of them. They believed in God and tried their best to serve him.  In fact the motto on the family crest was “We trust God.”

I am an Immigrant

Aug 14, 2012 — David Rushton

Like the first immigrants to the New World in the late 15th century, I came by boat and I am proud to say I became an American by choice.

Normalization of Islam

Jul 26, 2012 — David Rushton

This article may seem a little long and, to some, boring history; but a basic understanding of how Islam began in war and violence will help the reader understand the threat of Islam today to The United States, Canada, and Europe. Far from being a religion of peace Islam is, and has always been, a cult of war. And today Islam controls most of the world including the United States and Europe. I have condensed my original essay down to one sixth of what I originally wrote.

July 4th in Costa Rica

Jul 5, 2012 — David Rushton

Marcia and I sat this evening in the garden of an Indian Restaurant in the Escazu section of San Jose eating Tandoori chicken and listening to the sound of fireworks coming from the American Ambassador’s residence two blocks away. But not all the 4th of July fireworks were in the Ambassador’s garden. They were all over the capital city of Costa Rica, because Costa Ricans are very much pro-American.

Jimmy Carter, World Chaos, and the Muslim World Takeover

Jun 21, 2012 — David Rushton

I have been reading all of the comments on my last two columns with interest. It seems that everyone, in retrospect, thinks Carter is a fool and a traitor. But then, who voted him in as President? And now that every intelligent and thinking person in the U.S. realizes that Hussein Obama is even worse than Carter, who voted him in?

Jimmy Carter and World Chaos

Jun 15, 2012 — David Rushton

Every President has a library built in his honor. Most Presidents have some exhibits showing their accomplishments. What would Jimmy’s be? He sold peanuts. He helped build houses for Habitat for Humanity. Yes, I think that must have been his best positive accomplishment. But then there are all the negatives. He sold out the Shah of Iran, one of our staunchest Allies, while at the same time subjecting the good people of Iran to a wave of terror to rival Hitler’s Third Reich and Stalin’s Worker’s Paradise.

Jimmy Carter and World Chaos

Jun 6, 2012 — David Rushton

No one man has ever done as much damage to the United States and the world than James Earl Carter Junior, the Peanut farmer from Georgia.

You might say it all started with the downfall of Richard Nixon. This occurred, not because G Gordon Liddy and his friends broke into the Watergate apartments and stole some secret papers from the Democrat National Committee, but because Nixon helped cover up that fiasco.  I was no great fan of Gerald Ford, the vice President who took over from Nixon. He seemed an awkward caricature of a stumbling fill-in for President.  But he was a nice guy and undoubtedly a patriot. As the election process wore on, I had no choice but to vote for Gerald, the football player, against Jimmy the Peanut Farmer.

What you can do for Israel and for the Jewish people

Feb 15, 2010 — David Rushton

First, may I say how thankful I am for the many readers that have made very positive comments about this short series of articles. They have more than made up for the two or three atheists and hate-mongers who tried to make themselves obnoxious (or maybe they were not even trying). Obviously, what I have written has been my own opinion backed up with facts, but I do realize others have a right to their opinion too.