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  • [6] December 30, 2014 at 1:39pm

    I post on this site only. Social media never appealed to me so I don’t tweet or Facebook.

    Our difficulties should be all too obvious within a few months, though, so in time you won’t need information because you will know what to do. Allow me to make a few suggestions:

    1. Due to EPA regulations and other factors, the power grid will be pushed to – and probably beyond – the breaking point this summer. If you are not prepared to sleep in the back yard on a hot summer night when the power is out, mosquito netting and a good cot for all members of your family can remedy that to some degree.
    2. The Netherlands just pulled all of their gold out of New York vaults and brought it home. With the global economy slowing down drastically it might be time for us to follow their lead. If you have the money consider investing in silver (or SMALL gold) coins. Governments can print fiat money, you and I can’t.
    3. As we have seen, there is an element among us given to rioting, looting, murdering cops, etc. Rifles and shotguns are the cure for that disease, and be sure to have plenty of ammo on hand.
    4. If things get extreme, food and water might not be available. You can get dehydrated entrees at Academy or similar stores along with containers for storing water. You will need at least 10 gallons stored for each family member. Also remember to store food for pets (dogs are useful when mayhem breaks out) and a means to prepare the food.

  • [4] December 30, 2014 at 1:02pm


    You are very welcome. May God bless and comfort you and your family in the coming year. The collapse in the price of oil will hit us especially hard here in Texas, and high oil prices were the only thing (which is real) driving the US economy, so 2015 should indeed be very hard on those who are unprepared for it.

  • [31] December 30, 2014 at 12:22pm

    We won’t stop this growing evil. Our economy is about to take a turn for the (much) worse, we have strife at home, a corrupt government, impossibly high debt, and we are generally coming apart at the seams.

    For that reason ISIS will carry on. They may be dealt a setback or two, but they won’t be stopped. The Bible predicted all of this, that a great evil would arise and no nation would be able to put a stop to it. The Bible also tells us that this evil will be crushed in time – not by our hands but by our King from Above.

    So as the world seems to crumble around us and there appears to be no hope, we need only look to the Almighty to find genuine hope in abundance. 2015 will be a terribly difficult year. Remaining prayerful and resolute in the face of these horrors will serve us well as we face them. May God be with all of you in the new year.

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  • [25] December 29, 2014 at 11:26am

    The Episcopal “Church” was taken over by Leftists years ago. That’s why it is shrinking away with great speed and ACNA (the Traditionalist, conservative branch of Anglicanism in America) is replacing it. For that reason the caliber of clergy remaining in ECUSA has declined to the point to where a story such as is not too shocking.

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  • [3] December 23, 2014 at 6:55pm

    These people are of the Left. Decency and respect are foreign to them. They’ve walked too far down the road of undoing our civilization to pull back now. And we’ll have something to say about their plans after Christmas.

    Until then – a merry Christmas to all of you. May the peace of the Season obscure the rot and filth of this world, if only for a day or two. And remember that wise men still seek Him!

  • [28] December 23, 2014 at 1:59pm

    ” The panel recommended moving to a one-year ban, which bars donors who have had male-on-male sex during the previous 12 months.

    Some gay activists said Tuesday that policy remains unrealistic and will still stigmatize gay and bisexual men.”

    That is highly unrealistic – for them. But who has time for pesky things like facts when there are PC points to be won?

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  • [3] December 17, 2014 at 1:37pm


    Right on the target. The pardons are going to be painful to watch.

    The Kenyan will certainly free Mumia. I wouldn’t bet against Manson, either. Letting criminals out is just another way to stir things up in the country. Mayhem is part of what Obama wants – that and giving the middle finger to those of us who represent the America which was truly great.

  • [14] December 17, 2014 at 1:07pm

    “The U.S.-Cuba embargo must be lifted through an act of Congress; Obama said he “will engage with Congress in honest and serious debate about lifting the embargo.”

    The “debate” might last a few days, until the little dictator gets a clear “No” from Congress. And then since Congress won’t act, he will. I wonder how many Cubans Obama intends bringing to the US as part of this action!

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  • [28] December 17, 2014 at 12:58pm

    We live in interesting times. Children are murdered, governments spend their nations into oblivion, lawlessness is increasingly the norm. Evil is in abundance these days – but hope should be, too. The Bible tells us that all of these evils will pass away one glorious day when our King returns. For all of the bad news out there, let’s not lose sight of what the Bible has always told us.

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  • [66] December 17, 2014 at 11:18am

    Read my lips:


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  • [5] December 9, 2014 at 8:05pm

    By spending more in six years than all other presidents COMBINED in the previous 230 years and getting nothing for it, by eraticating our borders, by shreading the Consitution, by killing American businesses wholesale in favor of crony capitalist concerns, by making America a laughing stock around the globe…

  • [4] December 9, 2014 at 7:51pm

    True, Slayer, Europe was cooked once it embraced socialism.

    The parallel here, though, is that Europe thought it had figured out a way to save its socialism, for at least a generation, by opening the doors to the Third World and hoping that those workers would toil away and fund the retirements of Europeans without complaining too much or causing problems.

    It never works out that way, and our doing the same thing with Latin America in an attempt to bail out our retirement programs will end badly for us, too.

  • [28] December 9, 2014 at 7:17pm

    Let us not forget that about 25 years ago the Muslim immigrants to Europe were to be the solution to the Continent’s dilemma of having more old people than young workers to support them.

    The result? Europe is rapidly going to Islam, and the retirees there have anything but a bright future ahead of them.

    Let’s not make the same mistake. Let’s leave Mexico in Mexico and handle the SoSec crisis with logical measures.

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  • [25] December 8, 2014 at 3:27pm

    The really pathetic thing is that the Lord has ALREADY had mercy upon us – Jesus sacrificed Himself so that those sinners who are wise enough to repent have a means by which we can be reconciled to the Father.

    Still, there is mockery of our Saviour and King. It is bad enough for the “Family Guy” producers, sponsors, and performers to do this in the first place, but far worse is that they are teaching young minds in the audience that Jesus Christ is unworthy of respect. Eternal torment awaits for them!

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  • [45] December 8, 2014 at 11:26am

    The more riots like these catch on, the more riots we’ll have. That’s just fine in the eyes of a White House which seeks to “change” America from a prosperous, law-abiding society into something else. These Berkeley stooges are playing thier parts. My shotgun and I are willing to play our parts should the need arise. Genuine Americans will never put up with this in our towns.

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  • [3] December 8, 2014 at 11:15am

    I’m a TCU fan. I’ll state that right off. That being said, TCU and Baylor got the shaft in favor of teams with lager alumni bases. It’s all about money, and that fact makes this a national SHAM-pionship since two deserving teams have been left out.

    The only silver lining for the Horned Frogs is the fact that the 2014 squad was heavy on juniors and sophs – the boys in purple will be back in 2015 and they’ll be mad!

  • [37] December 3, 2014 at 4:37pm

    Our Texas Governor-elect is taking action while the national GOP speaks out against Obama with no intention of doing anything to stop him.

    If there is no Constitution anymore then there is no Union. That will suit those of us who reside in “red” states just fine – we’ll leave rather than to be transformed into just another bunch of Latin American states where the citizens have no rights.

  • [67] December 3, 2014 at 1:42pm

    I am proud that this good man, Ted Cruz, is my Senator.

    The sad thing is that his voice is such a lonely one on Capitol Hill. We need more like him in the House and Senate, but does America have enough time left for that to happen?

    If Obama can legalize millions of illegals and get away with it, he can grant those same people the “right” to vote – and then America is finished. There won’t be another election before Obama tries these things, so the GOP needs to listen well to Ted Cruz and honor their oaths of office, as in IMPEACHING the dictator!

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  • [4] December 3, 2014 at 1:31pm

    Houston is not in Texas. It is surrounded by it.

  • [8] December 3, 2014 at 11:31am

    A pathetic lie is all these people have. Why, then, is the GOP running in fear of the Dems on everything from the budget to immigration? The Left should be in full retreat right now, but that is not the case due to the complete lack of backbones within the GOP “leadership”.

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