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The magic of establishment economics
March 17, 2015, 7:30 am
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We are over 205 TRILLION in debt, not the 18 trillion (doubled in 7 years by Obama and the Democrats). Is it any wonder that the government doesn’t want to report on the true state of our economy?
The magic of establishment economics – Personal Liberty.

I do hope you will read this installment of the truth from Personal Liberty, because it is WAY past time to remove these people (democrats and republicans), these career politicians from office. It makes little difference which party these men and women are in, they are all working to feather their own nest, not to return our nation to the Constitution that will make them stop the foolishness. Government should not be growing, it should be shrinking. It should not take over our Schools, it should be protecting our borders. Government should not be giving away money that we don’t have to those who want to destroy us, yet money is flowing out to countries that have a vested interest in our destruction. Of course the Clinton Foundation is receiving billions from China, Saudi Arabia, and others who do not want to see us prosper.

Career politicians, democrat and republican, and I include Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Shumer, John Cornyn and others in this statement. Must be seen for the people they truly are, and rejected as our representatives, they do not represent you and I they represent themselves. They have gotten rich from their years in office, they line their own pockets, and continue to tax us into poverty.

40 million people on Food Stamps, is absolutely outrageous, so is 100 million unemployed or under employed. Wake up folks, see this government for what it is, a place where career politicians continue to get rich, continue to grow the control of our population by increased bureaucracy, that is unelected people who issue rules and regulations that become more and more convoluted every year. They stifle your ability to get ahead in the name of fighting poverty, while we the people sink deeper into the morass of poverty ourselves.



Page Nine
March 16, 2015, 2:54 pm
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Page Nine. This is a blog which gives us information on what is really going on. Iran is not going to stop, nor slow down it production of U235 (Bomb Material) so that it can wipe Israel off the map. Of course they also will make the land uninhabitable for the foreseeable future. Of course they really don’t care since they believe that Allah tells them to do this and it will bring the 12 Imam to life so that they can take over the world.

Killing all Jews is first on their agenda, then killing the United States, AKA the Great Satan, is second. After that who knows. Check this out folks it is an excellent read.



25 Quotes That Prove Liberals Don’t Love America
February 24, 2015, 4:54 pm
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Rudy Giuliani did not identify properly the people that do not like America. The article below is much better at this identification. Most Liberals/Democrats hate this country. Check out the article, and comment if you wish.

25 Quotes That Prove Liberals Don't Love America – John Hawkins – Page 1.

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Watching Greta on Fox News
February 17, 2015, 6:53 pm
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I hear a report during the program that ISIS today has murdered by fire 45 persons. It is time that our President wakes up and does what is needed. Support Egypt, and Jordan and anyone else who wants to fight against this horrible scourge in the middle east. If we don’t stop these people in the middle east they will bring the fight to us here as they already are in Europe. Is that what our President wants?

Not only does he not identify the Islamic Fascists as Islamic but he will not admit that the people killed were not just citizens of Egypt, they were Coptic Christian citizens of Egypt. If our government is so cowardly that they cannot name the enemy or the ones they are killing, why do we think this government even wants to stop this horror from happening. It reminds me of the situation a few years back during the Clinton administration where we saw the horror of genocide between the Tutsis and their neighbors, the Hutu, who decided to kill as many as they could.

Now we see that our government wants to get jobs for those poor people who are poor and that is why they fight. This is total idiocy, I cannot believe that our State Department is so stupid as to think they can deny that this is a Religious War. These people are killing and raping and destroying because that is what the one they call god has instructed them to do. They hate with a complete and absolute hatred anyone who is not like themselves. I pray that this government will awaken from whatever drugs they are on and begin to actually care about the United States of America. If they don’t, we will be a 3rd rate country with no power to do anything, and may be living in absolute anarchy within the next two years.

I have to admit, I am angry. I see what used to be a great country, becoming a laughing stock. The Russians are laughing at us, Putin is acting because he knows Obama will do nothing or will go play another round of golf. ISIS knows we will do nothing about them, and our allies know they cannot trust us, they know we don’t have their back, we are just a bunch of hot air. Thanks to our President and the fools that surround him including Kerry, Biden and the rest of these nut cases.

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Flee the Wrath to Come
February 16, 2015, 3:30 pm
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John Wesley spoke about those who wanted to “Flee the wrath” to come. Those were the folks he wanted to bring into the Methodist Societies. These were people who knew the words of the Bible, they had heard preaching, they just did not believe it was for them. Of course there was a time when Wesley didn’t believe it either, not until his Aldersgate experience, when he became convinced that Christ had died for his sins did Wesley actually understand what faith was. It was then that he began to put together the idea that all needed to understand that the wrath of God was a terrible thing.

In the reading this morning in Numbers, we hear how the faith of the people of Israel had diminished to such a point that they were complaining about even the fact that God was providing their daily nourishment. Numbers 21:5 tells us: “Why have you brought us up out of Egypt to die in the wilderness? For there is no food and no water, and our soul loathes this worthless bread.” (NKJV)

The people of God forgot who they were, they forgot that without God they would indeed have died in the wilderness, but, more importantly, they would still be slaves in Egypt. When the plague of snakes comes upon them and they begin to die in their sin, they cry out, they do not want to suffer the wrath of God, we hear them then: “We have sinned, for we have spoken against the LORD and against you; pray to the LORD that He take away the serpents from us.” So Moses prayed for the people. (NKJV) There is an important lesson for us here. It was the people of God, not some strangers outside the camp, it was the people of God who were rebellious, and who sinned against God and Moses. Please note too that although they asked for the snakes to be taken away, God instead gave them a way out, He did not take away the snakes.

God does not remove the obstacles from the path, instead He gives a way for His people to go through those obstacles, He asks that the people look to His method of salvation instead of their own merits, their own methods. Rabbi Harold Kushner tells of a time when he was speaking in a hospital, and an Episcopal priest who was dying of AIDS asked to see him. This priest told the Rabbi how much his books had helped, then observed that he wished he could preach just one more sermon. He would tell people, “I have to tell them that what I believed is true, really is.

God is there no matter what. God is present in the doctors, nurses and caregivers, and in the friends who come to be with me. When the hospital is quiet and the room is dark, God is here then too. It is really true.” (E. Carver McGriff, Lectionary Preaching Workbook, Series VI, Cycle B, 1999-2000).

In today’s gospel reading we find that God did not send Christ to condemn the world but rather to save it. Then it goes on to state the obvious, that Jesus did not need to condemn, we have already condemned ourselves. “John 3:18-20 (NKJV) “He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. “

“The State of the Church 2011” one of the Barna Research statistical measures of Christianity in the US has this to say about church folk. Adult Sunday school attendance has diminished by eight percentage points over the past two decades. On any given Sunday, about 15% of adults can be expected to show up in a Sunday school class.
The most carefully watched church-related statistic is adult attendance. Since 1991, attendance has receded by nine percentage points, dropping from 49% in 1991 to 40% in 2011. Church volunteerism has dropped by eight percentage points since 1991. Presently, slightly less than one out of every five adults (19%) donates some of their time in a typical week to serving at a church. The most prolific change in religious behavior among those measured has been the increase in the percentage of adults categorized as unchurched. The Barna Group definition includes all adults who have not attended any religious events at a church, other than special ceremonies such as a wedding or funeral, during the prior six month period. In 1991, just one-quarter of adults (24%) were unchurched. That figure has ballooned by more than 50%, to 37% today.

The Barna summary included eight beliefs that have been tracked since 1991. Among those just three experienced statistically significant change.
The percentage of adults who can be classified as born again Christians, based on their belief that they will experience eternal salvation based on their commitment to Jesus Christ, personal confession of sins, and acceptance of Christ as their savior, has risen by five percentage points. In 1991, the national estimate was 35% of adults met those criteria. Currently, 40% of adults can be classified as born again.
When asked to choose one of several descriptions of God, the proportion who believe that God is “the all-knowing, all-powerful and perfect Creator of the universe who still rules the world today” currently stands at two-thirds of the public (67%). That represents a seven point drop from the 1991 level.

The biggest shift has been in people’s perceptions of the Bible. In 1991, 46% of adults strongly affirmed that “the Bible is totally accurate in all of the principles it teaches.” That has slumped to just 38% who offer the same affirmation today.
The World Changers: Baby Boomers
No generation has been as widely chronicled as the Boomers, the post-war group born from 1946 through 1964. At every stage of their existence, this generation has redefined America’s ways of life – including its faith and spirituality. Four of their six religious behaviors and two of their eight religious beliefs tracked in this study have undergone statistically significant change since 1991.

The four religious behaviors that shifted included the following.
Church attendance plummeted by 12 percentage points, dipping to 38% in 2011.
Sunday school attendance by Boomers fell by nine points, from 23% in 1991 to just 14% in 2011.
Volunteering at churches was less likely among Boomers in 2011 than was the case twenty years ago, declining from 28% in 1991 to 18% in 2011.
While the Boomers have never been the generation most likely to attend church, during the past 20 years the percentage of unchurched Boomers has risen dramatically, jumping up 18 points! At 41%, they are now the generation most likely to be unchurched, surpassing the 39% level among Busters.

The pair of religious beliefs that have yielded substantial change in the last two decades are declines in those who hold an orthodox view of God (down six points, to 67%); and a reduction in those who are strongly convinced that the Bible is totally accurate in all of the principles it teaches (down seven points, to just 38%).
We have a problem with cheap grace, with the idea that we can just say we are saved and we are, then we don’t need to go to church nor do we need to read the Bible, or study with our brothers and sisters in the faith. In this nation of ours we don’t really want to flee the wrath to come, we want instead to be told that we are OK, so we can continue in our lifestyles.

We Christians just love to hear John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son, that whosoever would believe on Him, would not perish, but would have eternal life.” What we don’t want to hear, is that after God meets us where we are, He loves us too much to leave us there. That is the part of salvation that we don’t really like, we enjoy our sins, I have even been heard to say that “sin is fun.” It is, we like the positive reinforcement from our peers as we chug-a-lug another beer, or as we make that comment about the young woman walking by, or, the young man walking by. I’m sorry ladies but y’all are guilty too of looking at the opposite sex as something to be used, rather than as something or, better yet, someone who has worth in the eyes of God. We, beloved are all guilty, the Apostle Paul says it best, “all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” None of us is innocent, we have all been born into a sinful world, and we are all born in the image of Adam, not the image of God. There is a piece of us that is missing, it is a God piece that needs the Holy Spirit filling to bring us back to the image of God.

God abhors sin, in all its forms, the sooner we recognize ourselves in the people of Israel, the better off we will be. Matthew 7:21-23 (NKJV) 21 “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. 22 Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?’ 23 And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!’”

Let us then hear these words and understand that we are called to a higher calling than we want to admit. I have to say also, that I would rather have 10 solid prayerful Christian persons, than 100 who never open the word, never bend the knee, and come to church only when they feel like it. The third reading today is found in Ephesians, and it speaks well to those of us who claim to be saved, just as those folks in Ephesus claimed to be saved in their day. It is by grace that you were saved, that is God’s wonderful grace, that we do not deserve. We are enemies of God, we are not God’s friends, not until we come on bended knee before the throne of grace and acknowledge our sinful state with a broken and contrite heart.

Because we are all sinners, we have the stain of sin on our lives. This stain cannot be removed by doing good in an attempt to make up for the bad we have done. All of the good works in the world won’t erase the stain of our sin. So stubborn is this stain, that there is only one substance in all the universe capable of removing it; The blood of Christ. Human effort cannot add anything to what God has already provided for the removal of our stain. When Christ said: It is Finished, He meant it! God had finished paying the price for the removal of our sin. How audacious we would be to think we could somehow improve upon what God has already finished in Christ.”

Verse 10 says the rest: For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them. Not only does God recreate you and I, but He has for us work to do. If we are truly His, we will hear His call upon us, we are truly created for good works that we might walk in His ways and be His people.
God loves us too much, to leave us in our sins and our trespasses. I read about this incident a few years ago: In 1992, a Los Angeles County parking control officer came upon a brown El Dorado Cadillac illegally parked next to the curb on street-sweeping day.

The officer dutifully wrote out a ticket. Ignoring the man seated at the driver’s wheel, the officer reached inside the open car window and placed the $30 citation on the dashboard. The driver of the car made no excuses. No argument ensued — and with good reason. The driver of the car had been shot in the head ten to twelve hours before but was sitting up, stiff as a board, slumped slightly forward, with blood on his face. He was dead.

The officer, preoccupied with ticket-writing, was unaware of anything out of the ordinary. He got back in his car and drove away. Many people around us are “dead in transgressions and sins.” What should catch our attention most is their need, not their offenses. They don’t need a citation; they need a Savior.

So let us all realize the wrath to come, and it will come, is for those who will not hear and obey the word of God. Whether you are a member of a church, or you don’t believe in church or God, really makes no difference, if the gospel has not changed your life, and the way you interact with your families and your neighbors, then the snakes are coming. The fiery serpents are out there, and unless we are willing to turn our eyes on Jesus Christ as savior, Lord, Brother, Redeemer, we will not escape the wrath. So, I urge you today, if your heart is not right with God, decide to “flee the wrath” decide to turn your eyes and your thoughts on Jesus, the author and perfector of your faith. Flee the wrath, accept the eternal life that is yours, by the death that was His. Let us together, walk into our future home in eternity, in the glory of God and the love of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Normal Muslims and Sharia
February 11, 2015, 7:59 am
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I have written on this before, but now a Muslim leader in Norway has shown that it is true. Muslims who believe that Stoning and beheading for certain crimes are in the mainstream, they are not radicals. These are regular Muslim believers and they want Sharia to be the law of the land where they live. Check out this article: No Such Thing as Radical or Moderate Muslims

The sooner people begin to realize that this is the way that Muslims are taught and believe, the better off we will be. Whether you are Christian, or not makes no difference. These folks want to change the world into a Caliphate, ruled by Muslims and practicing Sharia. That means that if you are not a Muslim, you can be killed for believing in something other than Islam. If you are not killed you will live as a slave, any Muslim can beat you for a slight, you will pay a tax just to be able to live amongst these folks, and if you are accused of a crime punishable by death, you can bet your bottom dollar you will die under their law. It will be by beheading, stoning or crucifixion depending on which group you are living under.

I say, NO, I will not deny Jesus Christ as Lord of my life. How about you? What do you believe?

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Islamic Tribunal in Irving TX
February 9, 2015, 10:40 am
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Well here it is folks, there is now a Sharia Court in North Texas, USA. The tribunal court Judge Dr. Taher el-Badawi says that “All our decisions point back to the Koran and Sunna … and what the prophet Mohammed left to us.” according to an interview on KEYE TV. Since when do we allow foreign courts to operate in our country? Our Court systems operate under our laws, our Constitution yet these people have decided that they cannot operate under our Constitution, that they have to operate under their own laws, their own religious texts. They say that they do not take cases that would be considered criminal, so that they do not have any cases requiring stoning (such as adultery), or removing hands (thieves), but how do we know that this is not coming?

In Europe, France in particular, the Muslim populations have areas where the local authorities dare not enter, there they do practice these types of punishment, so why do we think that this is not coming to our homeland. This is ludicrous, if you live in the USA, you abide by our laws and our Constitution. If these are not acceptable, return to where you came from and live under Sharia there.

Also, where are the local authorities? Why is this being allowed in the USA, in Texas? Where is the State government? Have we sunk to this level even here in Texas? The AG, the Governor, the House and Senate should be working to end this before it goes any further. This is not Saudi Arabia, or any other of these places in the middle east, we are not under their laws, we are under our own laws this is still our country I believe.




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