Monday, November 5, 2012

Our Country's Future Depends on It

This is it America.  This night could make or break the United States.  After all that we've been through: The Declaration of Independence, The Revolutionary War, The Constitutional Convention, The War of 1812, Marbury vs. Madison, The Civil War, World War I, The Great Depression, World War II, The Cold War, 9/11.  It all comes down to tomorrow night.  It is imperative that we vote for Mitt Romney as our president tomorrow night.  Our country's future depends on it.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

My Laundry List for President Romney

I have a whole laundry list of things I want President Romney (and Congress) to do when he's elected:

1. Get rid of Obamacare (through constitutional means)
2. Allow and promote U.S. drilling for shale oil (this will decrease our dependence on foreign oil, is more environmentally friendly--not that I care--and will lower gas and food prices)
3. Close the borders and revamp the immigration system.
4. Enforce the Defense of Marriage Act (which is currently being unlawfully ignored by this admin)
5. Prosecute to the full extent of the law everyone involved in Operation Fast and Furious
6. Institute a flat tax for everyone (thus promoting a hard work ethic)
7. Abolish Planned Parenthood (and use the money that would have gone to them to pay for the national debt)
8. Root out all influence in U.S. government coming from the Muslim Brotherhood (such influence being allowed is treachery considering they are a terrorist organization working to destroy us)
9. Remove the Department of Energy (since they don't do anything but waste time/money)
10. Remove the Department of Education (since our education system is a failure) and revert all control of education to the states
11. Take all the money removed from the Departments of Education and Energy and use it the pay off the national debt.
12. Enforce the 2nd Amendment and promote gun rights.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Warriorwoman91 Exclusive: Response to Colorado Shooting

Why is it that whenever there is a tragic shooting it's the Tea Party, conservatives, Rush Limbaugh, and other gun rights activists that are blamed? Why don't we blame the people that made the violent Batman movie? Because what the shooter did was his own choice, not that of movie producers or gun owners. Should this criminal be prosecuted to the full extend of the law? Yes. Should responsible gun owners/activists be punished along with him? Absolutely not. (see Constitution: Amendment II)

Thursday, July 19, 2012

My Response to the Zimmerman Interview

Just finished watching the interview with George Zimmerman.  Based on his story (which evidence backs up) had he not acted the way he did, it would have been Trayvon Martin up on murder charges for having brutally killed Zimmerman. Martin broke Zimmerman's nose, smashed his head into the concrete more than a dozen times, and threatened to shoot Zimmerman with his own gun.  The interview sheds light on the fact that Zimmerman joined the neighborhood watch because his wife felt threatened when their neighbor's house was robbed and she could see the burglars running through their backyard. Furthermore, Zimmerman's first language is Spanish and second is English, and he and his wife are very active in standing up for the rights of "minorities."  So much for the racist monster that the "state run" media tried to sell to you eh?

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Was Hitler a Christian?

Christianity is often used as an excuse for bad behavior.  Look at how Nancy Pelosi calls upon her Catholic "faith" to justify forcing churches to provide contraception, when Catholic doctrine specifically teaches the exact opposite.  The popular belief is to call oneself a Christian and then define it as whatever pleases you or pushes your agenda in order to justify your actions.

Hitler called himself a Christian, despite Nazi philosophy being deeply rooted in the occult (Google swastika).

"I say: My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded only by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God's truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. .. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison."  -Hitler

Hitler's words are rebutted by Romans 1:16, "For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, first to the Jew then to the Gentile." However, this and other such statements lead some (especially those looking to do damage to Believers) to preach that Hitler was a Christian.  However, one cannot be a Christian simply by calling yourself a Christian, quoting the Bible, or talking about God.  Even Satan quoted the Bible (Matt 4), so by that logic are we to believe that he is a Christian too?

 A Christian is defined as someone who follows Christ, meaning someone who has admitted that they are a sinner (Romans 3:23), believe Jesus died to pay for their penalty caused by sin (Romans 6:23), and confess and ask him to forgive you (Romans 10:9-10).  The result of this salvation and a deep desire behave as Christ did while on earth.  Any other addition of doctrine is antithetical to the Bible and not defined as true Christianity.

Holocaust Memorial: Berlin

When you look at the miracles of Jesus Christ, and the morbid results of Hitlers actions, it is obvious that he had no desire to live like Christ did.  Hitler viewed himself as his own god, and therefore was not a Christian.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sunday, April 29, 2012

A Rant About Liberalism, with A Dash of History

I think it's very interesting how liberals preach about how terrible America has been to Indians, but they neglect to mention that it was Andrew Jackson (the first Democratic president) that began the 19th Century Indian Removal and denied Indians any rights to land.
I also find it fascinating how liberals preach about how evil America was for having slavery and how it is a crime against humanity that can never be atoned.  Yet we were the first modern nation to abolish it.
It amazes me that liberals call Republicans "racists" and "bigots" and say that they would like to bring slavery back to the United States with low paying jobs.  They call us all these names, but they conveniently forget that the man attributed with "freeing the slaves" was the first Republican, Abraham Lincoln.
The Democrats claim to be the champions of civil rights.  Yet while the Democratic Party was perpetuating the slave institution, Christians--who are hated by liberals--were starting and perpetuating the abolitionist movement.  Again, in the 60s it was the Christian (Republican) pastor Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated for peacefully advocating civil rights, while it was Democrats like Al Gore Sr. who were voting against the 1965 Civil Rights Act.
Democrats claim to be the party of women, yet they mock, curse, threaten, and harass women like Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, and Kelly Campagna, who have decided follow their own belief system of conservatism instead of following the crowd of liberalism (see Ann Coulter's "Demonic").  Of course they exalt women such as Michelle Obama, Hilary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi who have taken the easy "get along" belief system, or lack thereof.  So the Democrats are the party of women, as long as they're not conservative.  
Liberals claim to be the party of peace and nonviolence, yet Harry Truman (a Democrat) dropped the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Here we also have the communist organization OWS (based on the teachings of Howard Zinn) planning a day of chaos and "mayhem" on May 1st just to prove how peaceful and nonviolent they are.
Finally, George Washington set an example for all presidents to follow when he stepped down from office after two terms, saying that he did not want another king.  This tradition was honored by 31 presidents (more than half than we've had in history) until Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Democrat, took office and was president 4 consecutive terms.  It was only by his death that the country was able to break from his administration and that's why we have the 22nd Amendment that limits presidents to only two terms.
The next time you or your liberal friend try to convince others of the honorable and good nature of the Democratic Party, remember this one fact: it's a lie.

Friday, March 23, 2012

My Run-In With A Liberal, and Talk About Oil

I recently got into a discussion on Facebook with a friend of mine from high school regarding the history of oil and gas prices.  He believes that "green" energy is the only way to become energy independent and that the U.S. is unfairly using more than it's share of the world's oil, citing the alleged fact that we produce 20% of the supply but use 80% of it.  This was my rather lengthy reply.

In 1973 the Nixon administration (yes a Republican) began over-regulating the production of oil in the U.S. making it necessary to increase foreign imports (up to 35% of U.S. consumption). In the same year, the U.S. sent military assistance to Israel who had been attacked by members of OPEC.  In retaliation OPEC placed an oil embargo on the U.S. and increased the price for other nations by 70%. Oil in the U.S. then had to be rationed to the people (you could only get gas at certain times, and never on Sundays). 

Since then, more and more regulations have been put on U.S. production of oil starting with Carter's MEOW initiative and creation of the Department of Energy, making it harder and harder to drill for domestic oil and causing us to be more and more dependent on foreign oil. This is not, as some would have us believe, because we are "running out of oil." The U.S. is sitting on one of the largest oil reservoirs in the world, an estimated 2.3 trillion barrels (300 years) worth to be exact. It is current technology and excessive regulation that is preventing us from getting at it.   

The 20% and 80% figures that the Obama used in his reelection speech are blatantly stretched considering that those figures only apply to current tapped reserves; they do not include the amount of oil that is not being drilled or used in the current economy. So yes the U.S. government is being selfish because we refuse to drill for our own oil and would rather drain the supplies of other nations instead.

Special thanks to: Buy and Hold, Antenna Group, and Kiplinger.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Was America Founded a Christian Nation?

There are two ideologies regarding America’s religious heritage: 1. that it was founded on a Christian belief system, or 2. that it was founded on the separation of church and state.  The belief that America was founded as a Christian nation dates back to the Providential Religious philosophy, which states that America’s success was granted by God because it was founded in order to be the proverbial “city on a hill” to be an example of Christianity to the rest of the world.  Evidence used to support this theory is found in the Puritan’s quest from Britain in order to escape persecution from religious tyrants.  The Puritan’s desired the freedom to worship God in the way that they saw fit, and not the way that a king or a totalitarian religious leader told them to (similar to the modern day Catholic controversy).  This thesis does not speak for all people that came to America or the natives of the American continent, and therefore cannot be conclusive evidence that the United States was founded solely as a Christian nation.
The belief that America was founded on the belief in separation of church and state is based in part in the Providential Secular philosophy.  This view states that the Constitution was written in the heart of the Enlightenment period, where religion became less popular and “science” and “logic” replaced it as the socially acceptable school of thought.  The phrase “separation of church and state” is not actually mentioned in the Constitution, but was a phrase that Thomas Jefferson used in a letter to the Danbury Baptists to assure them that the new government would not interfere with their religious practices.  Many who subscribe to the separation of church and state view believe that this works both ways and that the church should not have anything to do with the government either.  History provides evidence to the contrary however, with the examples of churches run on a state level in colonial Massachusetts and Maryland.  These state funded churches were considered acceptable; it was the federal or nationally mandated churches that the American people wanted protection from.
            It is difficult to take the small section of the colonial population (the Puritans) or the colonial equivalent to an email reply from one of the Founding Fathers and base an entire nation’s religious views on just that information.  However, I am more inclined to belief that America was founded as an essentially Christian nation, as the European founders that wrote the Constitution did not base their value system on Islam, Buddhism, Eastern mysticism, or any other religion besides Christianity.  The very words of the 1st Amendment, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” indicates that the founders desired to be free to practice religion, not be separated or protected from it.  56 men signed the Declaration of Independence, and 52 of them were indeed active members of their respective churches.  While not all of the colonists, natives, or even the founders themselves were Christians, the United States Constitution was in large part based on Christian principles and values which is why they are such a controversy today.

Friday, February 3, 2012

The Real Unemployment Rate

So for those of you that don't do research, the unemployment rate that the news gives us is called U3, which includes those people who are on unemployment.  This does not include those who have run out of unemployment or those who are working part time due to economic reasons.  The U6 version of the unemployment does cover this demographic.  Back when the U3 unemployment was at 9.0, U6 was at 16.2 When U3 was at 8.6, U6 was at 15.6  Now that the media is telling us that the U3 unemployment rate is 8.3 (conveniently during election time) we can assume that the real unemployment rate is in fact U6 15.3.

While the media will tell you that the drop in unemployment is due to an increase in jobs, this is only a half truth.  Many of the jobs that were once a part of the United States have now been outsourced to other countries (meaning they're not here anymore).  This decreases the size of the United States' economy and makes available jobs more scarce

Finally, let us not forget that the U3 unemployment rate was 7.8% when Obama took office (that's U6 14.1%).  While certain politicians and media (including Fox News) would like you to believe that the economy has gotten better, the facts prove that it is actually getting worse

Monday, January 30, 2012

Why I'm Against Abortion

"No anesthetic is suggested for the fetus, although it is a legal requirement for the termination domestic animals..."  -Laury Browning
Photo via Jan Muga
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