News of the Day

I’m bombarded daily by news. It starts in the morning with husband’s look at the weather, today’s and the week. Then world/national news and local shootings and traffic accidents with a house fire or two through the night.

There isn’t any good economic news. The nation is set to collapse. The world is set to collapse too. Governments seek to ‘fix’ everything. Though, it’s the people who can make a difference, not rulers, presidents, representatives.

But we’re drowning in laws, regulations. We’re working hard to keep our heads above water and care for our families. But prices on everything are going up and our retirement savings have been taken away by stock market drops. There’s no place to put anything saved. We lose our principle in every place we used to sock a little money.

I’m looking for a person to run for president who will tell me there is hope. Real hope. Hope for my country. Hope for my family. Hope for the world. After Mr. Cain suspended his campaign, I see no one that fits that bill.

So I’ll just lean on Jesus. And do what I can to take his Gospel to those in need. I don’t know what others do without Him. He’s the only sanity in my world. He’s the only one with Good News. ♡♡♡

Is. 40:9 You who tell good news to Zion, go up on a high mountain; you who tell good news to Jerusalem, lift up your voice with strength; lift it up, don’t be afraid; say to the cities of Judah, Behold, your God!

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I pray that you make me less soft and undisciplined

The Isaiah 53:5 Project

I published the prayer below before 2017 began and thought it was worth a reboot. I pray this prayer in earnest every day but, I have to be honest, I have squandered more than a few seconds and have not deliberately and intentionally sought God’s will in everything I have done.

I started thinking about this this morning after reading a post over at The Recovering Legalist

“The amount ofloafingpracticed by the average Christian in spiritual things would ruin a concert pianist if he allowed himself to do the same thing in the field of music. Theidle putteringaround that we see in church circles would end the career of a big-league pitcher in one week. No scientist could solve his exacting problem if he took aslittle interestin it as the rank and file of Christians take in the art of being holy. The nation…

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Tweet of the day.

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American with a Remington

American with a Remington

click the above site and play the video. I think you’ll like it!


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Johnny Cash: Ragged Old Flag

This applies today!


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NFL games are still loosing attendees

Backlash: Week 6 of the NFL Reveals Several Nearly Empty Stadiums As Fans Continue to Leave the League

The NFL likely hoped for a return to normalcy for Week 6, especially after Commissioner Goodell’s call to “move past the anthem controversy,” and address the issue in detail at league meetings on Tuesday. Instead, what the NFL got was a return to what has become the “new normal” in the age of anthem protests: empty seats.

Throughout the league, stadiums could be seen with thousands of empty seats at kickoff, and, in some cases in the middle of the game.

Note, that the Jets played New England on Sunday, meaning there should have been a big crowd for that game. The Texans, Atlanta, and Baltimore are also very relevant teams with relatively loyal fan bases. Yet, thousands upon thousands of fans no-showed or didn’t buy tickets for those games.

Granted, this is Jacksonville and they’ve never really packed the house. Yet, even by Jaguars standards, that’s empty. The fact that those same levels of emptiness can be seen at other stadiums throughout the league, means that the fan backlash against the NFL has now turned everyone into Jacksonville.

Networks are now avoiding showing the players during the National Anthem. 

Loss of revenue is effecting the league and stadiums, owners and now the TV networks.

Soon, this will affect the players.




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Paul Harvey, a prophet

Have I posted this before?

If so, it’s worth the repost. Paul Harvey performed this first in 1964 and 1965.



9 Fulfillments of Paul Harvey’s ‘If I Were the Devil’

The late Paul Harvey was a conservative talk-radio pioneer. He intrigued listeners by beginning a story, stopping to take a commercial break and returning with his trademark line, now for “the rest of the story.” Usually, the rest of that story held a surprise ending. His niche was not necessarily to preach as much as it was to educate through storytelling, often sharing the “mysteries of history” to make a point.

When Harvey did don his commentary hat, it usually was to voice concerns about America’s deterioration. One of his best-known broadcasts was a 1964 soliloquy on the decline of American moralism aptly titled “If I Were the Devil: How to Destroy America.”

In it, Harvey said, as the devil, he would seek to manipulate those institutions that had made America great – the churches, the schools, the media, etc. He would prey upon the minds of the young, steering them away from faith and discipline and toward a “do as you please” mindset – nurtured by alcohol and drugs and fanned by a “mesmerizing” media interested only in higher ratings.

The ultimate goal of Harvey’s devil was to divide Americans, causing them to turn upon themselves. How goes America would then go the rest of the world – for its collapse would be the linchpin in the devil’s pursuit of global conquest.

Ten years before his 2009 death, Harvey – even more worried than in 1964 – published his soliloquy as a written commentary with only a few changes. Despite Americans’ euphoria over having won the Cold War, the intervening three and a half decades that had passed since his broadcast had only further convinced Harvey America’s moral compass was badly broken.

What Harvey first grasped more than a half century earlier, most Americans, like the lobster placed in cool water before being heated up so as to not realize what lay ahead, had not. Now, eight years after Harvey’s death, the devil’s work in destroying America is more apparent than ever.

Let us briefly examine the relevancy today of some of Harvey’s concerns.

In 2017, church membership in America remains in a steady decline as the church lingers in a state of cultural irrelevancy. Estimates are that half of all Americans have no church affiliation. Statistics show for every 1,000 churches opening their doors, 4,000 are closing theirs. America now ranks third among those countries with the largest number of Christians not affiliated with a church.

As to education, Harvey foresaw where it was heading. “If I were the devil,” he said, “I would encourage schools to refine young intellect but neglect to discipline emotions. I’d tell teachers to let those students run wild. And before you knew it, you’d have drug-sniffing dogs and metal detectors at every schoolhouse door.”

Harvey was right. However, one observation he would fail to make was the moral morass into which many of those responsible for educating our children – their teachers – also would fall.

It is unconscionable some teachers, professors and school administrators have endeavored to impose their own political extremist and negative ideas upon malleable young minds endeavoring to grasp the values that once made this country great. Some of the mental giants to whom our young students have been entrusted include:

  • A Texas high school teacher who conducted a mock assassination of President Donald Trump in her classroom, screaming the word “Die” as she did so.
  • A professor at John Jay College and self-proclaimed antifa activist teaching law enforcement who tweeted, “Some of y’all might think it sucks being an antifascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops.”
  • A Princeton professor who, on Constitution Day, delivered a speech titled, “F%*# Free Speech.” While her speech’s title sought to denigrate our Constitution, its message sought to undermine it. She argued (keep in mind this is an academic environment where students are to enjoy the free exchange of ideas) the best way to counter uninformed or incorrect speech was to limit it.
  • A San Diego State University sociology teacher who offered students extra credit if they took a quiz to determine their level of inherent “white privilege.”
  • A Clemson University professor, claiming expertise in online decision-making, who ignored that expertise as he ranted on his Facebook page, “All Republicans (are) ‘racist’ and ‘scum.'”
  • A visiting University of Florida professor who tweeted as Hurricane Harvey pounded Texas, “I don’t believe in instant karma but this kinda feels like it was for Texas. Hopefully, this will help them realize the GOP doesn’t care about them.”
  • A Muslim professor at Cal State who defended genocide on the basis that sometimes it “is not in any sense distinctively heinous. Nor is it necessarily immoral.” Particularly, he suggested in a separate tweet, when directed against “Southern white people.”
  • A Georgetown University professor and Muslim convert who defended his religion’s embrace of slavery and rape.
  • A school board member in Elgin, Illinois, who commented on Facebook that the American flag “means nothing more than toilet paper to me.”


As to Harvey’s concerns about a media more concerned over ratings than reporting news, this came into much clearer focus in the aftermath of a 2016 presidential election won by a man the leftist press detested. Study after study supports the fact “an almost overwhelming fraction of journalists are liberal.” And, with Hillary Clinton, their champion of the left, defeated in the election, the media all-too-often now gives the news a leftward spin. Sadly, long gone are the days of the media simply reporting facts and leaving readers or viewers to draw their own conclusions.

The bottom line of these various factors has been the divisiveness Paul Harvey feared. It happens, in part, because the values that once made America great have been lost in the fog of debates often defying logic and the boundaries of mutual respect. Instead, debates are fueled by the undisciplined emotion Harvey foresaw decades ago that would descend upon us.

Unfortunately, we have met the devil and he is us.

A version of this piece also appeared on    

Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (Ret.), is a retired Marine infantry officer who served in the Vietnam war, the U.S. invasion of Panama and the first Gulf war. He is the author of “Bare Feet, Iron Will–Stories from the Other Side of Vietnam’s Battlefields,” “Living the Juche Lie: North Korea’s Kim Dynasty” and “Doomsday: Iran–The Clock is Ticking.” He frequently writes on foreign policy and defense issues. 

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A Phone, A Pen and a Huge Eraser

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Exposé: West Point Should Be Closed



Exclusive: Former West Point professor’s letter exposes corruption, cheating and failing standards [Full letter]


After nearly a decade under President Faily McWorsethancarter, can our military win a fight with North Korea? Because if it is unable to perform the basic task of ensuring that the people commissioned to lead our troops in the defense of the United States are actually loyal to the United States, how the hell can we reasonably expect it to be able to conduct high-intensity combat operations against a Nork Army that prioritizes fighting over political correctness?

We can’t.

These are 2 lengthy articles that may cast a lot of light on the failings of the Navy recently as ship after ship have collided with other ships in the Pacific and our precious sailors died. I’ve wonder how these horrific events could happen? And although West Point is not the Naval Academy, what standards have been breached there? If these things have been allowed at West Point, what’s to prevent them at the Naval Academy as well?

These are the Obama era military academies and military bearing as a result has most likely deteriorated in the senior officers. Terribly.

The letter from the former West Point Cadet and professor at West Point points out the fraud, cheating and worse, the ‘no standards’ in behavior at the military academy. There seems to now be no respect for senior military leaders nor the academic staff at West Point, no code of honor. The cadets live in a permissive culture.

Result:  a man named  Second Lieutenant Spenser Rapone. Second Lieutenant Spenser Rapone has been a self-declared Communist all through his West Point career. Everyone knew it. And he graduated anyhow.

The senior military and academic leaders are putting up with cheating, lying, fraud. So how does any discipline stay alive after graduation? How does any discipline survive during operations? How does any discipline remain during Pacific operations during a time of threat from North Korea? How does the military instill discipline and moral behavior when social justice of transsexuals and homosexuals take any time from the study of war?

Answer:  It doesn’t. We have horrific accidents during operations that kill our precious sailors. And, again, I know that West Point cadets are not running our Pacific operations but I can’t help that believe this same culture has surely invaded all of the military academies.

What’s to be done?

The writer of the letter states the academy needs to be shut down. But what do we do about the cadets who are now running our military?

Are we doomed?


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Baltimore is Now Safe!

Mayor removes statues – Baltimore is Now Safe


Praise needs to be given to the Mayor of Baltimore.  For years the Black community has been under assault by 4 Confederate Monuments. These monuments were relentless in their destruction of the Black family, as over 70% of Black children were born out of wedlock. So terrified by the presence of these monuments, over 60% of Black men in the city could not work a job and found comfort in fathering numerous children that they could not feed with multiple Baby Mamas. Just knowing that the monuments were there made Black school children have the lowest test scores in the Nation, and many turned to drugs to relieve the sting of the monuments presence. Worst of all, the mere presence of the monuments caused hundreds of deaths. Not being able to handle the hate and violence that the monuments represented, the Black males in the city took to killing each other by the thousands. According to the Baltimore Sun’s statistics, just in the last 3 years they have murdered 829 of their own.


Praise be to God and the Wisdom of the Mayor…..It is a new dawn for Black Baltimoreans!… The shackles have been removed and all that can be said is…

“Free at last, free at last, Lord God Almighty, we’re free at last!!”

Wisdom. From some anonymous soul


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Dogs, Strangers and the Lord

Dogs, Strangers and the Lord

Dennis Prager

By Dennis Prager

Published October 10, 2017

A while ago a human-interest story from South Africa was reported internationally. As described in the Wall Street Journal:

“On Aug. 4, Graham and Sheryl Anley, while yachting off the coast of South Africa, hit a reef, capsizing their boat. As the boat threatened to sink and they scrambled to get off, Sheryl’s safety line snagged on something, trapping her there. Instead of freeing his wife and getting her to shore, Graham grabbed Rosie, their Jack Russell terrier. (One media account reported that Sheryl had insisted that the dog go first). With Rosie safe and sound, Graham returned for Sheryl. All are doing fine.”

Since the 1970s, I have asked students if they would first try to save their drowning dog or a drowning stranger. And for 40 years I have received the same results: One third vote for their dog, one third for the stranger, and one third don’t know what they would do.

In the Wall Street Journal column, Robert M. Sapolsky, a professor of biology and neurology at Stanford University, reported about another such experiment:

“A recent paper by Richard Topolski at George Regents University and colleagues, published in the journal Anthrozoos, demonstrates this human involvement with pets to a startling extent. Participants in the study were told a hypothetical scenario in which a bus is hurtling out of control, bearing down on a dog and a human. Which do you save? With responses from more than 500 people, the answer was that it depended: What kind of human and what kind of dog?

“Everyone would save a sibling, grandparent or close friend rather than a strange dog. But when people considered their own dog versus people less connected with them — a distant cousin or a hometown stranger — votes in favor of saving the dog came rolling in. And an astonishing 40 percent of respondents, including 46 percent of women, voted to save their dog over a foreign tourist.”

To his credit, Professor Sapolsky is not pleased with these results. He concludes:

“We can extend empathy to another organism and feel its pain like no other species. But let’s not be too proud of ourselves. As this study and too much of our history show, we’re pretty selective about how we extend our humaneness to other human beings.”

So, then, the most important question for human beings to ask is how we teach ourselves to “extend our humaneness to other human beings.”

Or, to pose the question within the framework of the dog-stranger question: How do we convince people to save a human being they do not know rather than the dog they do know and love?

There is only one way.

We need to teach — as we did throughout American history until the 1960s — that human beings are created in the Divine’s image and animals are not. That is the only compelling reason to save a human being you don’t love before the dog you do love.

What we have here is the classic tension between feelings and values — or, more precisely, between feelings and revelation (i.e., divinely revealed values).

All of us feel more for a being we love than for a being we don’t know, let alone love. Therefore something must supersede our feelings. That something must be values. But these values must be perceived as emanating from something higher than us; higher than our opinions, higher than our faculty of reason, and even higher than our conscience.

And that higher source is the Divine.

Food for thought:  God is near, honor his laws.


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