Take back America

Take back America
Take back America

None dare call it treason

None dare call it treason

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Stressed, depressed? Stop worrying, help is here

The FDA has just released a new pill for conservatives to help them cope with the destruction of their nation.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Israel opens new bridge across Red Sea

New road in record time and under budget.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Phony War on Drugs

Ramos and Compean learned the hard way that the Governments war on drugs was just a way to collect money and siege personal property and assets. For 30 years this phony war has been going on. One of Bush's henchman U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton sent a strong message to border guards, with the 10 year sentence of Ramos and Compean that they are not to interfere with the big picture. This sentence was just for wounding a drug dealer, who was set free for giving his lying testimony against the border guards. After being set free, he started hauling drugs again into the U.S.. No drug dealers who come in from Mexico receive a sentence like the one Ramos and Compean receive. Most are set free after a short jail term to resume their careers. Bush will not raise one finger to help these border guards.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Mark 13:26 Jesus 2nd coming

"And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory." What would it possibly look like? Click on picture to enlarge.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Peta is outraged with Islam

People for the ethical treatment of Animals is suing Hamas. Peta claims they have sunk to a new low.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Microsoft phone support

When you called Microsoft, ever wonder who and where the guy you called for help with your computer problem is located?

Monday, July 21, 2008

Change, thats the trouble, we've had too much

We used to have a strong dollar ........ Politicians changed that.
Life used to be sacred ........ Politicians changed that.
We used to have Justice, Law and Order.........Politicians changed that.
We used to be respected around the world ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to have a strong manufacturing economy ........ Politicians changed that.
We used to have lower tax structures ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to enjoy more freedoms ........ Politicians changed that.
We used to be a large exporter of American made goods ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to be an openly Christian nation ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to teach patriotism in schools ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to educate children in schools ....... Politicians changed that.
We used to enjoy freedom of speech ........ Politicians changed that.
We used to have affordable food and gas prices ........ Politicians changed that, too.

....and one could go on and on with this list. What hasn't been changed, politicians are promising to change that as well if you will elect them.
Most Americans want a Constitutional Government like our forefathers wrote.
The pictures above is where most of today's problems started.
When, oh when, is America going to sit back with open eyes and look at what we once were and where we have come and say, 'Enough is enough.'?
The trouble is, America's youthful voters today don't know of the great America that existed forty and fifty years ago. They see the world as if it has always existed as it is now.
When will we wake up? Tomorrow may be too late. When will America realize ...... Politicians
are what is wrong with America! America has been overthrown by Socialism. A slow fifty year process that destroyed America while you slept. Continue to enjoy your bread and circus just like the Roman citizens did while their world collapsed around them. They ran around screaming, 'what's happening to us?' A process accomplished by the School System, Courts, Government and the ACLU.
Do you understand, Comrade.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Dressed Code - Afiricans show by example

South African teen shows by example to American youth the proper way to wear pants and shorts. Teens in other countries wonder why Americans teens don't have more self-respect and common decency.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

John 8:32

By studying the three graphics above it becomes very clear the link between Christianity, freedom, happiness and well-being. John 8:32
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

Friday, July 4, 2008

You see, yet you do not believe

Moses, Ten Commandments, inside Supreme Court courtroom
Moses, Ten Commandments, inside Rotunda, Library of Congress
On door of U. S. Supreme Court
On wall of Jefferson Memorial
Ten Commandments on floor of Nat'l Archives
In Rotunda of Library of Congress
Inside Lincoln Memorial
Inside Supreme Court
Inside Washington Monument
Moses, rear facade of U. S. Supreme Court

In Chapel of the U. S. Capitol
In front of the U. S. District Court Bldg

Christianity, America's foundation. Today, America's socialist Supreme Court, Congress and Government officials spew their lies about 'separation of Church and State' while all around them the truth is plain to see.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

LBJ's bill on Christian speech, 'The Reason'

The History of The Johnson Amendment of 1954
House Resolution 235
Compiled and edited by Kasey Kelly
February 4, 2005

The First Amendment clearly states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,…."

The Houses of Worship Political Speech Protection Act
House Resolution 235 was designed to revise the IRS code to remove restrictions placed on churches and non-profit organizations in 1954 by then-Senator Lyndon Johnson. Prior to 1954, churches and non-profit organizations had no such restrictions on their freedom of speech or their right to speak out in favor or against political issues or candidates.
The history of Johnson’s IRS gag order is instructive. It began with what some historians believe to be a fraudulent election of Johnson to the Senate in 1948. It has been maintained by both conservative and liberal historians that Lyndon Johnson’s election to the Senate in 1948 was won by massive voter fraud. Known as “Landslide Lyndon,” this aspiring politician was “elected” by only 87 votes. His challenger, Coke Stevenson, challenged his election and presented credible evidence that hundreds of votes for Johnson had been faked. Johnson, however, was successful in blocking Stevenson’s effort by the clever use of “cooperative” court injunctions.
In 1954, Johnson was facing re-election to the Senate and was being aggressively opposed by two non-profit anti-Communist groups that were attacking Johnson’s liberal agenda. In retaliation, Johnson inserted language into the IRS code that prohibited non-profits, including churches, from endorsing or opposing candidates for political office. In effect, Senator Johnson used the power of the go-along Congress and the IRS to silence his opposition. Unfortunately, it worked. Some in Johnson’s staff claimed that Johnson never intended to go after churches, only the two “nonprofits” in Texas. Nevertheless, his sly amendment to the tax code affected every church in America, and it is a violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States.
The legislation proposed by Rep. Jones in the 109th Congress is designed to overturn Johnson’s vindictive gag order that now penalizes churches, churches that dare speak out against government policies and politicians that the churches may deem to be immoral or bad for America. There is no reason for this gag order to remain in effect, but Congress apparently thinks it must perpetuate bad public policy simply because it exists.
Organizations like Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, People For The American Way, and The American Civil Liberties Union continue to claim that this Johnson gag order must be upheld to protect “church/state separation.” This is irrational and fails to take into account the entire history of religious freedom in the United States.
Throughout our nation’s history-both before and after the American Revolution-our nation’s pastors freely spoke out on the political and moral issues of the day. It was their duty and their right under the Constitution to preach against immorality and corruption in the political and the moral realm. Historian James H. Hutson, writing in Religion and the Founding of the American Republic, notes: “Preachers seemed to vie with their brethren in other colonies in arousing their congregations against George III.” And, as Hutson discovered, the House of Representatives sponsored church services in its chambers for nearly 100 years. These services only ended when convenient transportation was available to take Members of Congress home for the weekend.
It is interesting to observe that our Founding Fathers and our first elected officials didn’t have any notion of “church/state separation,” so vehemently endorsed by Americans United and other modernist groups. Our Founders valued religion and wrote the First Amendment to protect the free expression of religious beliefs-and the freedom to speak out on the moral issues-including those involving politics and politicians.
The disservice that Lyndon Johnson did to religious freedom has yet to be undone, but in the current session of Congress, H.R. 235 must be passed-to undo Johnson’s vengeful action against his political opponents. We need to finally exorcise our public policies of the sad legacy of Landslide Lyndon.