Nothing New Under The Sun
Jesus And Collusion: Elitist Concern Or Desperation?
Appointment Of A Special Counsel The appointment of a special counsel came about when two witnesses accused Jesus of being a terrorist. They claimed to have overheard Jesus “plotting” to destroy the temple. And to rebuild it in 3 days—a big, beautiful temple. The council compelled many witnesses to testify regarding the terror threats, but none of their stories agreed. Prior to convening the council, opposition research had been purchased from an informant within the Jesus organization. But the investigatory agents never questioned this source about the temple crusade charges. Aside from this transaction, the temple establishment never interrogated any ofRead More
Once A Ku, Always A Coup
What The Covington Media Coverage Unveiled: The Anti-Catholic Bigotry Rooted Deep Within The Democrat Party’s Klan DNA
Please note the author uses “Democrat Party” intentionally because it is anything but a “Democratic” party. Also, the image is from a Easter Procession in Segovia. For more info, visitRead More
Is The Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearings The First Public Display Of Christian Persecution At The Hands Of The U.S. Government?
Outside the Dirksen Senate Building leaves waggled from the rush of passing cars. Only a few blocks away the calm waters of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool whispered MLK Jr.’sRead More
A Truly Great
A Contemporary Example Of Philippians 1:18’s “So What!”: A Dusty King James Bible, Manufactured Border Crises, And Romans 13 Goes Viral
Sometimes it is difficult to imagine the underlying circumstances to adequately account for situations described in the Bible. One such example is found in Paul’s letter to the church atRead More
West Committing Suicide By Forgetting Christian Roots
Suicide Watch: The Axe Is Laid To The Roots Of The Trees
The prominent African Cardinal Robert Sarah, whose name often comes up on the short list of “papabili“—or papal candidates to eventually succeed Pope Francis—has a stark warning for the (littleRead More