05/16/22

The Dominion Mandate – Book Review

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Purchase at Amazon.com

For all of you who have not familiar with Dr. Lisa Noel Babbage, I had the privilege of reading her book “The Dominion Mandate.” It is a fantastic read on former President Donald Trump and the historical ramifications of his time in office and legacy.

A longtime educator and public speaker, Babbage is also a black conservative and a devout woman of faith who is a staunch proponent of the truth. She is anti-abortion, anti-socialist, and is running for office in Georgia for the House of Representatives to represent Georgia’s 7th Congressional District. She declared candidacy as a write-in for the general election scheduled on November 8, 2022.

If you want to delve into Trump’s time in office, this is an excellent book to read. It also covers the duality of religion and politics. It goes into free and fair elections and what happened in the 2020 presidential election concerning fraud and Dominion voting machines. Babbage points out what are perhaps God-inspired changes that took place while Trump was in office.

Here is a summary from the book on Amazon:

Throughout man’s history, ruling families, called dynasties, have exhorted citizens, and more often than not, crushed them. Yet, over these centuries, loyalty to the ruling dynasty has never been questioned. Citizens and subjects alike bow before and honor their monarchs, dictators, and potentates in both fear and reverence. The longest surviving dynasty can be traced back to Japan. Its Imperial Yamato Dynasty, for which the phrase Imperial Japan can be attributed, began sometime around 660 BC. These noble houses are the measuring rod of history; delineating the time in which these families reigned as supreme patrons over nations and peoples.

Unlike the Imperial or any other dynasty, Donald John Trump began a dynasty unto his own: one duly elected, not fashioned nor created out of the influence of any outside force. His legacy, some say, was envisioned only by God.

Others might marvel at the sheer will of the man who transformed the world’s greatest nation, America. Still more may say that the 45th President of the United States encapsulates the epitome of what it means to be American, thereby breaking the mold of what leadership had previously been defined as. Enter the Dominion Mandate.

Here’s a peek at some of the things the book addresses:

“For the two decades prior to the Trump era, America’s manufacturing industry slowly faltered. In 2003, the New York Times reported that American technology jobs were headed offshore.”

“In the last days of the Obama Administration, the Stream Protection Act was passed which limited the scope of domestic coal production. President Trump dissolved this ruling in the first 13 months.”

“In October, just weeks before [the 2020 election], two thousand black conservatives descended upon Washington, again at the support of the President, and in this case, the police.”

Babbage has also written “The Black History Bible” which also deserves a read:

“Over the years, Black History Month has come to be a source of pride for African-Americans from coast to coast. Yet in many communities, the myths surrounding our modern history is being skewed by media propaganda, special interest groups, and those attempting to cast a shadow on the progress we have made in this nation Find out how scripture and history collide in this expose into the Democratic Party in America.”

And while you are at it, she has done an excellent documentary as well called “Systematic Deception,” which was inspired by “The Black History Bible.”

I thoroughly enjoyed reading her book and her clear, concise approach to conservatism, as well as her support for former President Trump. I know you will enjoy it as well and I highly recommend “The Dominion Mandate.”

The left has attempted to divide this nation over race. Babbage is a strong voice urging Americans to turn away from that and to unite in our love of country and God.

01/5/22

Archbishop Viganò – The Church’s Churchill?

By: Thomas Wigand | New Zeal

(The is the Introduction to a five-part “Deductive Reasoning” series that will follow over the coming days.)

God sends us the leaders we need when we need them. But it is up to us to heed them.

Harken back to the 1930s.  Winston Churchill recognized the emerging threat of Adolph Hitler and his National Socialist (Nazi) Party and discerned the general outlines of its evil designs.

He tried to warn his countrymen of the “gathering storm” – yet was shunned and ridiculed by those both in his political party (Conservative) and political body (Parliament) – most either preferred to bury their heads in the sand, or to just swim with the prevailing current and hope that things would work out of their own accord.

Churchill was an iconoclast – one with a spine.  His fealty was to his country, and to pursuing what was right, notwithstanding unpopularity and ridicule.  Often such leaders are not vindicated until after they have left this earth. Churchill didn’t have to wait that long.

After appeasement with evil succeeded only in bringing the war that Churchill tried to warn about while there was still time to prevent it – when the storm was no longer gathering, but enveloping – Churchill was vindicated.  Before long he was named Prime Minister, and led his country – he inspired his people – to prevail in WWII.

It is generally acknowledged “but for” Churchill’s leadership, Great Britain – and with it, all of Europe – would have permanently succumbed to the National Socialist evil.  Without Churchill, there could not have been a D-Day, and the mass-murder concentration camps would have been able to operate until … even now?

The threat then was more secular, more “kinetic” – conventional armies conquering and occupying territory.  Today, the threats are more intangible – making them far more dangerous.

We have become accustomed to – conditioned to? – assessing the world and its goings-on as solely secular matters; dealings by and among human beings in politics, media, entertainment, education, and so on.  But we must now reorient; we must adjust our frame of reference.

Satan can only work his schemes through human actors; therefore, we must then be open to the possibility that what we observe occurring about us is actually his doing.  (Perhaps this is the beginning of discernment?)  Once we examine our world through that lens, we inevitably come to conclude that, for some things at least, no other explanation seems possible but that Satanic evil is at its root.

National Socialism was, at root, a Satanic evil (can one look at Hitler and his henchmen and not conclude “minions of Satan?”).

All forms of Collectivism – Communism, Socialism, Fascism, Progressivism, and today, Globalism – are, at root, Satanic evils.

In our times, the minions of the Great Deceiver are not only attacking us with readily identifiable “kinetic” military or police forces – which good people readily recognize and can organize against – but also through forces that we have been conditioned to trust, such as public health authorities, and even institutions of faith (see, e.g., the recent documentary Enemies Within the Church.

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09/22/21

The Squad Brings Islam To America

By: Tabitha Korol

Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and other Squad members have been voted into representational positions. But they are not who they profess to be. Ungrateful for the opportunities, they are not here to Americanize, but to Islamize America, beginning with sowing the seeds of hate and discord. Such is the purpose of the jihada.

On September 11, anti-liberty villains come to the fore

Saturday, September 11, 2021, was a time to reflect on the terrible tragedy that befell our country twenty years before. As the never-ending grief resurfaces, we see that the qualities of sanctuary and personal freedoms that made America great have also attracted those who come with malice and villainy. I am deeply troubled for those who fled from around the world with hopes for a better life, for they are finding here precisely what they escaped.

Our homegrown communists and the new ingrates openly express their hostility. Why stay, if this doesn’t suit you? The ungracious people in the US Congress, particularly, have risen to positions that should be occupied by others more deserving.

The Squad strikes: Ilhan Omar

One such is Ilhan Omar, who callously said of 9/11, “some people did something,” making light of the more than 3,000 Americans who died that day and later – the first responders, the cleaning crews, and the everyday Americans who ran through the streets, the debris underfoot and inhaling the ashes, hoping they might be of some help to another soul.

Omar trivialized the attacks to erase the murderers’ Muslim identity, for they are her brethren. She offered not a word of compassion and sorrow from the Muslim community to America. She also wasted no time expressing her support of the anti-Semitic boycott-divestment-sanctions (BDS) movement and continues her numerous empty accusations against Israel, despite being called out for it on the Senate floor.

Her disinformation campaign is given voice and validation; true or not, the damage is done. Our school systems weaponize our own children; the textbooks elevate Islam over Judaism and Christianity, a Seattle high school canceled the 9/11 tribute so as not to offend – whom? The indoctrination is pervasive. Despite the Muslim terrorists’ martyrdom letters, our country aids in veiling their guilt. Projection will eventually lay blame elsewhere. The violence will continue on our streets, here and abroad, and they will topple the event as they did the buildings and much of our historic statuary.

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09/18/21

Just One Red Leaf

By: T.F. Stern | Self-Educated American

While taking my afternoon walk down our private road towards the mailbox, more of a chance to exercise my replacement knee than to check on the mail; I happen to notice a single red leaf on the ground.  I’m not sure which tree it fell from; this being only the second week in September, it seemed a little premature to have Fall leaves.

The afternoon temperature was right at 90 degrees, about normal for this time of year.  I’d walked enough to notice beads of perspiration had formed on my forehead.  I take my cellphone with me on these walks, just in case I need to call for help getting home, in case my knee decides it’s had enough.  I still find it rather amazing that folks can take photographs with their “phone”; so, I snapped a photo of the fallen leaf.

That single red leaf, as my mind worked to explain why I’d taken a picture of it, that single red leaf represents hope.  That’s right, hope.

Looking around at the many trees that line our private road, they all appeared to be dressed in various shades of green indicating that Summer was in full swing.  I was unable to identify the tree which had lost the single red leaf and yet it had to be nearby.

Fall and the resplendent colors we look forward to are close, so close as to make me hopeful.  The air will change from being in the nineties to a more comfortable setting, maybe a light breeze out of the north to blow lots and lots of leaves about.

Perhaps my youngest grandson will come to visit and he can toss handfuls of leaves into the air, delighting as they fall around him without a care in the world.  We’ll then go into the house, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate to warm up, and smile at having lived to see the seasons change.

Two weeks from now we’re having a wood-burning stove installed in our living room. At this moment it’s in the shipping crate sitting on the porch awaiting the scheduled installation.  In biblical terms, this would be called faith.  We haven’t seen any cold weather, at least not at this time, and yet we are acting on the hope that cold weather surely follows the first fallen leaf.

During the hottest days of summer, I was splitting large tree chunks down to a usable size that will fit the wood-burning stove we purchased.  That kind of labor, effort spent on the expectation of something that had yet to be…that’s the definition of faith.

Hope and faith are essential elements to having joy.  They have nothing to do with how much money you make, whether or not you are living in a fancy home or under a bridge trying to figure out where your next meal is coming from.  If we can have hope in our hearts and minds that good things will happen and then act with faith believing that things will work out, then everything will work out just fine.


t-f-stern-1Self-Educated American, Senior Edi­tor, T.F. Stern is both a retired City of Hous­ton police offi­cer and, most recently, a retired self-employed lock­smith (after serving that industry for 40 plus years). He is also a gifted polit­i­cal and social com­men­ta­tor. His pop­u­lar and insight­ful blog, T.F. Sterns Rant­i­ngs, has been up and at it since January of 2005.

09/18/21

“This is far, far worse than 9/11. We just don’t realize it yet.”

By: Cliff Kincaid | America’s Survival

“This is far, far worse than 9/11,” he says. “We just don’t realize it yet.” Best-selling author Joel Richardson describes the plight of Christians in the Middle East, especially, Afghanistan, after Biden’s deal giving the country’s mineral resources to Communist China. Catalytic Ministries has served the underground Churches in Iran and Afghanistan for the past decade and is now providing assistance to Christians trying to survive the Biden-engineered Taliban takeover. www.catalyticministries.com

07/25/21

New Nuclear Deal Would Empower the Iranian Regime

By: Hany Ghoraba | CCNS

The current, bumpy negotiations aimed at preventing the Iranian regime from developing nuclear weapons are among the Biden administration’s highest priorities. The administration lifted sanctions on more than a dozen former Iranian officials in June, a move that Iranian officials viewed as a victory.

Iran even claimed that 1,000 more sanctions will soon be lifted, which the U.S. State Department spokesman denied. Days later, it was reported that the Biden administration might remove what it considers symbolic sanctions on Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

The relief comes as Iran faces new internal pressures. Severe water shortages have triggered six days of massive anti-government protests, including chants of “Death to [Ayatollah] Khamenei.”

As diplomacy continues, Iran is not relenting in pursuing its violent objectives. U.S. troops in Syria were shelled by Iranian rocket fire following U.S. airstrikes on Iranian-backed militias. While U.S. forces responded to the attacks, it was not enough to stop six reprisal attacks by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria this month alone. “President Biden must put forward a real strategy for deterring and ending these attacks, rather than continuing his bare-minimum, tit-for-tat approach that is failing to deter Iran or its militias and puts American lives at increased risk,” said U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla.

Iran’s Supreme National Security Council on Tuesday rejected a new draft nuclear agreement because it was incompatible with legislation passed by Iran’s parliament last December. That law prohibits the country from dropping below 20 percent enriched uranium, which would not be allowed in any negotiated nuclear deal.

“The committee formed at the SNSC which was responsible for comparing the draft with the law passed by the parliament in December has decided that it is incompatible with the law,” said Ali Rabiei, spokesman for outgoing Iranian President Ali Rouhani.

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07/21/21

What She Didn’t Say

By: Tabitha Korol

Although it is true that deception within Islam is subtle and sophisticated, it is only effective on willing subjects, those who already have a root of bitterness toward Israel, the Jews, and/or Western civilization. File photo: Catenca, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

CLEVELAND, OH –  Islam is a totalitarian ideology, its laws believed to be the literal word of Allah and, therefore, immutable in every respect through eternity. Their adherents are under obligation to “rule the entire world and submit all of mankind to the faith of Islam. Any nation or power that gets in the way of that goal, Islam will fight and destroy.” Among the many methods of warfare is lying. War is deceit, Allah is the “master of all scheming,” and deception has become an art form in Islam. Further, because lying is permissible in Islam, lies are not discernible because the deceiver bears no conscious guilt.

Although it is true that deception within Islam is subtle and sophisticated, it is only effective on willing subjects, those who already have a root of bitterness toward Israel, the Jews, and/or Western civilization. Islam serves to formulate their contempt and justify it.

With this as background, an internet acquaintance sent an Israeli video to a friend who had taken a Holy Land tour years before. The friend replied she had been to the West Bank (ancient Israel’s Judea and Samaria) and had “nothing but contempt for Israel.” Her statements are presented in boldface, and I will provide the backstory – what she didn’t say.

“We went to a Christian Palestinian school and heard how the Israeli soldiers terrorized the school children.  The IDF constantly goes into the West Bank to arrest and terrorize Palestinians, especially the young children.”

She was already deceived. What she didn’t say was why soldiers would spend their time entering the area to arrest children. Does she choose to be oblivious of the many countries that use their children in armed conflict, 14 noted, 7 in Africa. Closer to home, America’s left is using our school children against our country, and encouraging groups like BLM and Antifa to burn cities and harm our protective forces, the police. Children do commit crimes worthy of arrest, in the West Bank and worldwide, and those not arrested in America may be our own undoing.

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07/10/21

Egyptian TV allows Muslim student to condemn abusers who mocked her with “Are you a Christian?”

By: Dr. Ashraf Ramelah | Voice of the Copts

In Egypt, Islamic religious differences always remain internal and out of the public eye. That is why the recent mainstream news coverage of Habiba Tarik’s religious “bullying” is so astounding. A university student, she is furious after suffering a public humiliation over a personal, religious decision. Her complaint is receiving a lot of attention across the country. She is irate, which is not kindly regarded. Submission is her proper role. So why is she now allowed to tell her story on national TV?

Egypt is a country ruled silently by Muslim religious decrees. Islamic religious traditions serve to pressure individuals in ways that often turn one believer against another. Habiba wore a modern but modest dress during her final exams at the university, but officials did not approve. Apparently, their personal religious preferences and defense of Islam took priority over their administrative duties – an ordinary ordeal in Egypt. So why the publicity?

Discrimination and coercion are egregious violations of democratic, constitutional principles

In the West, discrimination and coercion are egregious violations of democratic, constitutional principles and condemned as unacceptable.

That is why over the past year we have witnessed horrified citizen journalists around the world pointing out scenes of informal Covid enforcement consisting of misguided citizens (motivated by “virtue,” fear, and misinformation) turning against neighbors for not complying.

However, in a nation where Islamic legalism governs society – dictates public and private affairs – there is no need to call it out. Clashes over levels of religious service and obedience to Sharia are a regular part of life and go on without regard for public institutions or their taxpayers. It is routine and perfectly acceptable.

The conflict involves individuals favoring a more comprehensive and stricter form of worship, others for a more liberal life. Disagreements normally stay between the two. For Habiba to take her plea for fairness to the public through the national state-controlled broadcasts was inconceivable until now. Will her story ultimately be marginalized as a sensational rant and Habiba discredited, and, if so, is it an intentional sacrifice on her part in order to achieve westernization and an end to conformity to Islamic legalism?

On June 22, Habiba Tarik, a student at the public university campus, was harassed by faculty about her attire. Habiba was in her second year-end exams of the Faculty of Arts of Tanta University (93 KM north of Cairo) when observers from the committee of the faculty for the end-year exams “bullied” and “ridiculed” her because her dress was inappropriate for a Muslim woman.

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07/5/21

UFOs, the Great Reset, the New Age, and the Messiah

By: Cliff Kincaid | America’s Survival

Gerard Aartsen, a Dutch academic and independent researcher, discusses the spiritual dimension of the UFO phenomena, including whether the Roman Catholic Pope encountered visitors “(Sons of God”) from space. His most recent book, Pioneers of Oneness, argues that visitors from space are friendly and will usher in a period of peace and justice, during which a “world teacher” or new “Messiah” will communicate with the world telepathically. Host Cliff Kincaid raises Christian concerns about his approach.

07/4/21

Washing the Car and the Sacrament

By: T.F. Stern | Self-Educated American

Last Sunday I drove my clean and polished 1999 BMW Z-3 Coupe to church.  As I pulled into the parking lot a few raindrops began to fall and it was a close call getting in the back door as buckets of rain fell.

I didn’t think much of it until after church when it was still raining.  Driving from Madisonville back to Buffalo wouldn’t be near as much fun with the roads wet.  I’d have to drive conservatively rather than my normal aggressiveness; letting the car have fun while going through the gears was not an option.

The last couple of miles to my property are on ‘county roads’.  That means leaving the asphalt pavement and driving on crushed rock or dirt.  If it’s dry then a cloud of dust follows you, covering the lower portion and back end of the car.  If it’s wet the road becomes a slip and slide covering the lower portion and back end with a layer of mud.

Since it was still raining, all I wanted to do was park the car in front of the house and get inside; spraying off the mud would have to wait.  As it turned out it waited all week.  It was depressing just looking at my pretty green jewel sitting there covered with a film of dirt, but there were plenty of chores around the property that took priority.

One of the ongoing tasks is splitting firewood from stacks of tree trunk sections that are behind our storage trailer.  At one time that wouldn’t have been such an ordeal; but after you reach 70 there isn’t much get up and go in this body.  So, after chopping a small bundle of firewood down to size it’s time to cool off, take a nap, and try again later.

The property needed mowing, something I usually break down; doing the front two acres one day followed by the back acre the next.  Feeling spry and wanting it done, I got all three acres mowed.  That back acre needed to be double-cut so it’s more like doing two acres.

Then today we drove down to Huntsville to get our grocery shopping done as we prepare for Independence Day; our kids and grandkids coming up to visit.  I’m glad the property got mowed as it looks so inviting, but that dirty BMW sitting in front of the house wasn’t going to let me off the hook.

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