Jesus’ Covenant with America, Therefore Redemption; Prophetic Words to and of Robin D. Bullock, 3-14-21, Transcription (Draft)

ESSENTIAL DRAFT: In the next few hours and days, I intend to give this another proofing and communicate with the Bullocks' ministry, to see if they have any preferences as to how it is treated. Afterward, I wholeheartedly suggest this be kept in essential American history both sacred and secular. I may also publish this in a new entry and/or location with a very brief description of key points of how God's … [Read more...]

God, the Eagle, & the Turkey; a Thanksgiving Reflection

By “Sen. Bob” Smith. Although the exact date is in dispute, it is generally assumed that in the Fall of 1621 in the vicinity of Plymouth Plantation, a group of very grateful colonists set down to a bountiful feast. They had much to be thankful for. They had recently survived a transatlantic voyage, had made friends with the local Indian tribes and were excited to begin a new life, free of the persecutions … [Read more...]

Gadsden Flag License Plates: A Nationwide Movement?

First posted at RightSideNews We are on a roll. The great resurgence of American patriotism fueled by the Tea Party revolt made its voice heard this November 2nd. Not only did the corrupt Democrat Congress suffer a big reversal, but more importantly, Republicans won the largest majority of state houses they have had since 1928, and made a net gain of ten governorships, now holding a majority of 29 to 18. This is … [Read more...]

Election Day 2010: We Take Back Our Power or Cede it to the Slave Masters

Since the beginnings of our country, the 2 November 2010 election cycle is the most important in our nation’s history. To be sure, there have been other times in said history that were perilous; most notably under the progressive (a.k.a. leftist, Marxist, fascist) reins and reigns of Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter and even Teddy Roosevelt. During their respective presidencies (especially … [Read more...]

Patrick Henry’s Speech 1775

I read once that one should not judge a man by which books he has read, but by which books he has read more than once. Maybe you read this speech one time in High School (if you were lucky).  I think it is time to read it again.  It has a message for us today, fresh as the morning dew. Patrick Henry's Speech from 1775 "No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very … [Read more...]