Gospel artist Edwin Hawkins & his music will be missed.

Gospel artist Edwin Hawkins died on January 15th of this year of pancreatic cancer.  The 74 year old won four Grammys, produced dozens of albums, was voted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame, and was one of the founders of today’s gospel music.

Federal debt is growing by over $500k per minute & many in gov’t don’t seem to care

It’s apparent that many in Congress on both sides of the aisle are ignoring the growing national debt and the potential fiscal problems that such enormous federal debt could very well mean to our country. Just in the last 10 years the national debt has grown by over $8 trillion dollars and it doesn’t seem to be slowing. Sadly, this issue continues to be avoided by not only our representatives in Washington as well as the national media, at all levels. .

Common sense tells us in our own lives that, in order to survive fiscallywe have to live within our means. Why is it so difficult to get this message to our leaders in Washington, D.C.? If you or I handled our personal finances in the same way that our federal government carries on fiscally, we would be all in bankruptcy court by now. Yet we still go on tolerating this huge debt problem. 

Time releases ‘commemorative issue’ for Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. – WHY?

As I was rounding the aisles in a local store near home the other day, I was stunned to see that Time Magazine just released a special commemorative issue featuring Hugh Hefner. The release of this magazine demonstrates an attempt to celebrate the life of someone who, in my opinion, contributed to the serious degradation of our culture.


California Democrat Party opposition to Trump way over the top

Last Saturday the Democrats in California demonstrated once again their lack of both civility and class at their Democrat Party convention held in Sacramento.  In a barely reported story, out-going chairman of the California Democrat party, John Burton, stood at the podium of his party’s convention and led the audience chanting “F--K Trump” as he held his hand high flipping the bird.  This is just another example of how the political discourse in California has become so crude.

The Radicalization of the Democrat Party

Hillary Clinton, the endorsed Presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, has put forth of late some extreme proposals.  Additionally there have been revelations during President Obama’s tenure in office that clearly demonstrate his own consistent opposition to the tenants of our constitution. The Democrat party (in California) has also openly endorsed the full legalization of pot which further displays the radicalization of this political party. Below are some factual points (references provided) that clearly demonstrate this radicalization.

Forbes, SI Magazines in recent issues make light, even promote recreational pot legalization

In the July 18th issue of Sports Illustrated, the magazine does an extensive article on a retired NFL running back. In an eleven page article entitled: Ricky Williams takes the high road… SI even goes at length to defend and even promote the former NFL player’s devotion to pot. They even released a movie on the subject.

“In one of the most heartwarming stories of his ministry”, Billy Graham meets a born-again Steve McQueen

Relatively few people know of the miraculous encounter actor Steve McQueen had with Christ over a year before his death in November of 1980. Billy Graham discovered the famous actor’s conversion to Christ when he was asked to meet with Steve in his California home several days before his death.

Obama’s claim of being a Christian lacks credibility

Any investigating member of the three major network news groups can check out the facts, including quotes and actions taken by Barrack Hussein Obama during the last several years. Yet most of major news groups in this country continue to bury their heads in the sand to avoid facing obvious truths.  




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