Was Charlottesville a False Flag?

Was Charlottesville a False Flag?

Was the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, August 12th a riot by white supremacists, as the Media has labeled it, or something even more sinister? Was it a false-flag attack orchestrated by the Left and Democrats to permanently damage the president and compel Americans to view everything through the lens of racism? How the Media purposefully misreported the incident In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, the ever-Trump-unfriendly media has focused on the president’s failure to immediately call out those protesting the Robert E. Lee statue’s removal, many—but not all—of whom were white nationalists and neo-Nazis. On the day of the incident, he said, “‘We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides,’ quoted the Los Angeles Times, “then, looking into the camera, he repeated, ‘On many sides.’” After a storm of criticism for not calling out the Klan, et al., the next day the White House issued a statement saying “of course” the president had included in his condemnation “white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazi and all extremist groups,” and that he “called for national unity and bringing all Americans together.” But the press continued to rip him for, as the LA Times put it, “not denouncing the far-right groups that initiated the violence, and the man who drove into a crowd of counter-protesters that left Heather Heyer dead.” After again blasting “the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups,” on Monday, and the Media’s continued harsh criticism, Trump told the press on Tuesday, that he didn’t initially attack those groups because “unlike you,” he waited for the facts to...
Annoy a Liberal — Honor Calvin Coolidge on Independence Day

Annoy a Liberal — Honor Calvin Coolidge on Independence Day

True or false, did an American president actually consider one of his greatest accomplishments “minding my own business?” Keep reading. . . One of my favorite July Fourth traditions is remembering the life of our thirtieth president. Calvin Coolidge owns the distinction of being the only chief executive born on this day (July 4, 1872, and serving from 1923-29). Ideally, I would offer a brief biographical sketch followed by a few hundred words of well-crafted praise. But that wouldn’t be fair. . . I’ll offer a little but I don’t want to cheat readers out of the joy of discovering Calvin Coolidge on their own. His legacy is that rich and rewarding. Dr. Steven Hayward, the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents from Wilson to Obama, grades the presidents primarily on their fidelity to the Constitution, as opposed to legislative advancements. He gives Silent Cal an A+ — the only president to win that honor! Most other historians would rather fawn over those leaders (Woodrow Wilson, FDR and, sorry, conservatives, Teddy Roosevelt) who grew the size and scope of the federal government. Coolidge, when he is mentioned at all, is remembered as a moral but ineffective leader who slept his presidency away. Coolidge was, indeed, a creature of routine. A country lawyer from Plymouth Notch, Vermont and later governor of Massachusetts, he exemplified, both in word and deed, those time-honored traits of self-reliance, hard work and living within your means. A man of simplicity and no pretense, he is among the last of those who recognized the limitations of presidential power, seeing the overreach of the federal...
Trump Can Restore the Monroe Doctrine and Save Thousands of Lives

Trump Can Restore the Monroe Doctrine and Save Thousands of Lives

In 2013, then-secretary of state Kerry said: “The era of the Monroe Doctrine is over … That’s worth applauding. That’s not a bad thing.” Why is it not a bad thing? Perhaps Kerry feels that way because the Obama administration had consistently handed the advantage to America’s enemies. A good example is Obama’s doing nothing about Iran’s alleged building of a missile site in Venezuela, reported in 2011. (See below.) Abrogating the Monroe Doctrine clearly endorses building such a site, or anything else Iran chooses to do in the Western Hemisphere. The sanctions held the project back, while Kerry was working on the Iran deal; now that it’s finished, it allows Iran to work with ballistic missiles, so this site and others can now be completed. Meanwhile, Venezuelans face starvation and sickness following the total economic collapse of the country’s Socialist system. Government-control of businesses and its complete failure to provide food and medical supplies to the people “has led to Venezuelans killing flamingos, anteaters, and even zoo animals for food in a desperate search for protein,” said Forbes, adding that “Food shortages have resulted in the average daily caloric intake dropping to well below 2,000 calories per day.” Inmates at Auschwitz were given about 1400 calories a day worth of food. Forbes also reports: “The healthcare system has collapsed, with patients dying of simple ailments through lack of facilities, medicines, and basic equipment…” This instability is a danger to neighboring nations as well. It’s difficult to see how we can simply observe this catastrophe unfold, as Obama did because he refused to interfere with a Socialist country. An affront...
Obama Admin Infiltrators Sabotaging the Trump Doctrine

Obama Admin Infiltrators Sabotaging the Trump Doctrine

With foreign correspondent, Cheri Nocita Berens. In his inaugural speech, Donald Trump promised to “unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate from the face of the Earth.” This promise is in jeopardy because of Obama holdovers and new appointments who are working to block the president’s core doctrines. This will disappoint his supporters both here and abroad. Egypt, which has been at war with the Muslim Brotherhood for years, took Trump’s victory as a harbinger of joint action against the MB. The day after Donald Trump’s election, his Middle East advisor, Walid Phares told the Egyptian news site, Youm7: “Trump considers the Muslim Brotherhood a dangerous group that fuels the Jihadist ideology.” That same day, Egypt’s Al-Ahram reported that “Egypt MPs said the election of Donald Trump ‎… means hard times ahead for the Muslim Brotherhood and good ‎news for the country’s President Sisi.” The article recalled that on September 19th, “Phares told ‎Egyptian MPs … visiting America … that Trump considers the Muslim ‎Brotherhood a radical movement…. ‘There is ‎no problem at all with Trump’s administration, in that the Muslim Brotherhood would be designated ‎a [foreign] terrorist organization (FTO),’ said Phares.‎” Margaret Azer, a Coptic MP told Al-Ahram: “Trump’s victory represents a ‎radical departure from the Obama-Clinton clan ‎who supported the Muslim Brotherhood and other ‎political Islam movements,” said Azer, adding ‎that “in fact Hillary Clinton was the candidate ‎of the Muslim Brotherhood—rather than the ‎Democratic party—in the US presidential ‎election.” During his January 11th confirmation hearing, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson included the Brotherhood with al-Qaeda as “agents of radical Islam.” It seemed...
Home Away from Home

Home Away from Home

As a newlywed, I lived 12 hours from my parents and five from my in-laws. I moved there knowing only my fiancé. My husband and I have moved to three more cities since then. Each time, we’ve known no more than a handful of people. Starting over is hard, especially if you’re an introvert who feels awkward in social situations. I’m just not the kind of person who makes friends easily. My husband’s long, sometimes crazy hours at work can make a new city feel like a place of isolation for me. Each move brought with it the stress of starting over with no family and few friends. In every city, there has been one thing that has made it home. God has always led us to just the right church. Our first church taught the Bible verse by verse. This is exactly what I needed as a new Believer. He taught me that every word of the Bible was valuable and worth reading. The preacher was exceptionally educated and challenged us to think deeply, to dig deeper in the Scriptures-  to know what we believe and why we believe it. He challenged us to walk by faith which is based on knowledge of God’s character. Our second church was a respite from my week of solitude with my precious new baby. It was my two hours of the week to focus on being fed rather than feeding. It was my place to connect with other adults and have fellowship with Believers. Our third church was almost a miracle. We settled into it the very first week we visited. Though we knew no one, we immediately connected...
War Against the Executive Branch Is Sedition

War Against the Executive Branch Is Sedition

The “Little Foxes” who are ceaselessly nibbling away at the Trump Administration, in the hope of overturning the election results, are in fact engaging in Seditious Conspiracy. This is not only an offense against the president himself; it is an offense against the Constitution and against We the People. We all should be mindful of the definition of Seditious Conspiracy, of which the Blind Sheik was convicted: If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both. Overturning the election has been the Dems’ mission since Jill Stein launched her phony recount attempt to overturn the 3 states required to nullify Trump’s win. Then they tried to turn the electors from their pledges. After the inauguration, they proceeded to block everything the new president tried to do in Congress and in the courts. We should remember this sequence of attempts to overturn the election, and see it for what it is: Seditious Conspiracy. Beginning during Trump’s inauguration, the Left instantly moved to fight everything he does—in the streets, with a DC riot of black-garbed agitators,...