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WHY PRESIDENT TRUMP ENDORSED LUTHER STRANGE

The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.   Sun TzuThe Art of War
Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.  Sun TzuThe Art of War
Our President has endorsed Luther Strange for Jeff Session’s Senate seat, and he has good reasons.  Donald J. Trump knows exactly what he’s doing.
Jeff Session’s former Alabama Senate seat should have been filled by conservative Mo Brooks, whose voting record in the House perfectly reflects our President’s policies.  However, the people of Alabama eliminated him from the running and instead chose Strange and Moore who are now in a runoff.
Luther Strange is, of course, an establishment insider, and Mitch McConnell wants him elected.  Strange is not a choice of true conservatives, thus I’ve heard countless numbers of people endorse Judge Roy Moore, and I am absolutely appalled and for good reason.
Roy Moore Wants a Constitutional Convention
Moore believes that by opening the Constitution he can get a marriage amendment.  Article V of the Constitution prescribes how an amendment can become a part of the Constitution. While there are two ways, only one has ever been used. All 27 Amendments have been ratified after two-thirds of the House and Senate approve of the proposal and send it to the states for a vote. Then, three-fourths (or 38) of the states must affirm the proposed Amendment.  Once affirmed, it becomes part of the Constitution. Judge Moore has rejected this way of adding an amendment, and wants a Constitutional Convention.
Moore has been contacted by countless authorities on the Con-Con.  He has declined to listen to anyone regarding the 1787 Convention precedents. Neither has he viewed Chief Justice Warren Burger’s letter to Phyllis Schlafly regarding the dangers of a Con-Con, Phyllis’s many writings that a Con-Con could not be controlled, the words of James Madison regarding another convention, and the writings of scholars who know the dangers of a second Convention, etc.
Fellow attorneys have contacted Moore about his desire for a Convention, and normal protocol is that he take their calls, but Moore has refused.  His attitude is smug and full of hubris.  He refuses to hear dissenting viewpoints, certainly not the norm for judges of sound and moral character.
There is nothing to prevent a convention from being expanded to issues not raised in the original petitions calling the convention. An Article V convention could lead to a constitutional crisis where everyone’s rights and liberties are on the auction block.  But Moore won’t listen or even read dissenting opinions.
Moore’s Law Professor Speaks Out
Guy Martin, Jr., a minister and former law professor who taught constitutional law to Roy Moore in law school, has an op-ed in an Alabama newspaper speaking out against Moore’s candidacy. What he has to say about Moore is not the least bit surprising.
Roy Moore did not get along with his colleagues in law school or on the Supreme Court. The arguments were not over Christianity.
In law school, the arguments arose from what Disraeli called “falling into a deep groove of illogic and being helpless to allow reason to pull you out.” If Moore’s analysis of a case was tantamount to thinking 1 + 1 = 3, and his classmates reasoned otherwise, there was no backing down by Moore. The class was willing to fight to the death against illogic that no legal mind but one in America would espouse.  Moore never won one argument, and the debates got ugly and personal.
Guy Martin, Jr. stated that Moore violated years of precedent established by Jefferson, who once wrote that he only hoped he could serve our country like Christ wanted him to. Yet, Jefferson fought to ingrain the principle of religious freedom in our Constitution, at a time of state-sponsored churches and religious persecution.  Professor Martin believes we could easily end up with the Democrat if Moore is the chosen Republican candidate for Senate.
This is a wake-up call: the instant Moore wins the runoff is the instant his tarnished reputation as a twice-removed Chief Justice will scald the airwaves of CNN and MSNBC.
The DNC will pour money into the campaign coffers of Doug Jones, smelling blood in solid Democratic support for Jones and from moderate Republicans.
In Washington, Moore would be “Senator Irrelevant,” the poster child for stubborn resistance to common sense legislation such as repeal of Obama Care and decrease in taxes, standing on some piece of sideways’ thinking nobody in or outside the Swamp would respect.
A vote for Moore will be a vote for Doug Jones and against the conservative cause.
Moore, the Ten Commandments, and Dominionism
And last, but certainly not least, orthodox Christianity has the solid teachings of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, but there are heretical Christian doctrines, and Moore subscribes to one of them called Dominionism/Reconstructionism.
As a believer in this doctrine, Moore espouses a theocracy, which is control of government and societal spheres of influences only by those who believe as he does. (Theocracy is a system of government in which priests rule in the name of God or a god.)
Moore also believes in a theonomy which posits that Biblical Law is applicable to civil law, and theonomists propose Biblical law as the standard by which the laws of nations may be measured, and to which they ought to be conformed.  In other words, Old Testament (OT) Mosaic Law, other than a few dietary laws, rules the land.
Biblical Truth
In Matthew 5:17, Jesus fulfilled the Mosaic Law. Christ goes on in Matthew to explain the differences in the Law of Moses and the Law of Christ, the latter which we, as Christian believers, are now under.
Judge Moore used the 10 Commandments as a monument for righteousness, but those 10 commandments were part of the 613 Mosaic Laws which passed away with the death of Christ.  They no longer exist; the new law is the Law of Christ.
The Mosaic Law is a unit…Torah is singular, even though the law contains all 613 commandments.  We can’t even separate the 10 commandments from the unit.
Mosaic Law Defined Sin
Please bear with me on this short Biblical explanation…
The Mosaic law came for many reasons, one of the biggest ones was so that we’d know sin.  Remember that Moses gave the law initially, 10 were written with the finger of God, the others were written down by Moses as God gave them to him.  The second batch were given by angels, (Acts 7:53, Gal 3:19, Heb. 2:2).  The Mosaic law was given because of sin, until Christ came, but also to reveal the Holiness of God, so we’d know the standard of righteousness God demanded for a proper relationship with Him.  It was never given as a means of salvation however, faith is always what saved, even with OT saints.  Mosaic Law was given to tell our OT saints their rule of conduct for life, it was again, a knowledge of sin.
And that’s why the clear-cut teaching of the New Testament is that the Law of Moses has been rendered inoperative with the death of Christ.  The law in its totality no longer has authority over any individual.  That’s what Romans 10:4 says.  He, our Savior, is the end of the Law, and that includes all 613.  Hence it has ceased to function. The law can’t function in either justification or sanctification…it came to an end in Christ.  For the believer, it has been rendered inoperative.  It has ceased to function for all.
And Hebrews 7:18 states that the Mosaic Law was disannulled.  Now we have the new priesthood.  Most want to retain the 10 commandments from the law, but what does II Cor. 3:2-11 say… “not in stone, but hearts of flesh.”
Judge Moore’s 10 Commandments
Roy Moore gained national attention with his 10 Commandments in stone.  But the 10 Commandments passed away with Christ’s death because they are part of the Mosaic Law.  We are under the Law of Christ Nine of the laws of Christ repeated in the New Testament sound very much like the 10 Commandments, and they are similar, but not taken from Mosaic Law. If we do not kill or steal, commit adultery, take the Lord’s name in vain, bear false witness, or covet, honor our father and mother, etc., this is not because of the Law of Moses, but because of the Law of Christ.  If we break that law, we aren’t breaking the Mosaic Law, but the Law of Christ, Ephesians 2:11-16, and Ephesians 3:6.  All the Laws of Christ are encompassed in “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Bottom line, God explains that yes, the Law is a unit comprised of 613 commandments, and all of it has been invalidated.  There is no commandment that has continued beyond the cross of Christ.  The Law is there and can be used as a teaching tool to show God’s standard of righteousness, and man’s sinfulness and need of a substitutionary atonement.  It can be used to point one to Christ (Gal 3:23-25).
However, it has completely ceased to function as an authority over individuals.  The old law has been disannulled, and we are under the new law … the Law of Christ in Galatian 6:2, and the Law of the Spirit of Life in Romans 8:2.  This is a brand-new law totally separate from the Law of Moses.  The Law of Christ contains all the commandments applicable to a New Testament believer.
There seems to be so much confusion over the relationship of the Law of Moses and the Law of Christ and it’s because many of the commandments are similar to those found in the Mosaic Law, and people conclude that certain sections of the Law have thus been retained, but that is not the case.
Judge Moore and Dominionism
Unfortunately, the Judge has promoted the 10 Commandments because he is a believer in Dominionist theology.  As I explained above, this doctrine wants to control the government and all spheres of society.  Those not believing in this doctrine are relegated to second class citizenship.
Thirdly, the hard core Dominionists still believe in stoning of sinners in the streets, including homosexuals, adulterers, disobedient children, those who take the Lord’s name in vain, etc.  This belief system discounts the saving grace of faith that many find when they come to salvation in Christ and a full knowledge of God as redeemer.  (For more information on Dominionism/Reconstructionism, go [here], [here], [here], and [here].)
Conclusion
Our illustrious and brilliant President has never supported a Constitutional Convention, and neither has he supported the heretical doctrine of Dominionism/Reconstructionism.  Quite obviously, this is why our President has endorsed Luther Strange rather than Moore.  The Judge is not a man who should be in our Senate because of his dangerous and erroneous beliefs.  Neither am I a fan of Luther Strange, but I believe our President has a far better chance of passing his policies with Strange rather than with Moore.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

TRUMP WILL SKIP IOWA DEBATE ON FOX

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SET-UP? FOX INVITES MUSLIM ADVOCATE WHO HATES TRUMP TO DEBATE

Experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is that you’re generally better off sticking with what you know. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make. Donald Trump

In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish. Donald Trump The Art of the Deal

Mr. Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has announced that Donald Trump will definitely skip Thursday night’s debate in Iowa on Fox News due to a “deepening rift” with the channel.

Here is the statement made by Mr. Trump’s campaign regarding the situation with Fox News and Megyn Kelly. It states that Mr. Trump knows a bad deal when he sees one.

DONNIE BOY
There is no negotiation. Trump said he most likely will hold a competing event during the debate and give any monies to veterans.

The Donald said he was outraged by a “wise guy” Fox press release that mocked him earlier in the day, and posted an Instagram video stating, “Megyn Kelly’s really biased against me. She knows that, I know that, everybody knows that. Do you really think she can be fair at a debate?”

A Fox network spokesperson issued a tongue-in-cheek statement imagining Trump conducting Twitter polls in the Oval Office, and put this out, “We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president — a nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings.”

When Trump read the statement, he shot back with a tweet, calling it a “pathetic attempt by Fox News to try to build up ratings for the GOP Debate.” He added, “Without me they’d have no ratings!” (He’s right!)

Megyn Kelly Interviews Glenn Beck

Last night on Kelly’s show, she interviewed Cruz supporter, Glenn Beck, and he spoke almost uninterrupted for 20 minutes. She went to a break, then came back and repeated few minutes of what Beck had said again. Of course she never brought up the fact that Beck urged Cruz’s supporters to, “vote for Bernie Sanders” if Ted doesn’t win the nomination. Here is a part of that interview.

Her next guest was a pro-Trump person who was on for five minutes and continually interrupted by Kelly. Fair and balanced my backside!

Tonight, Sean Hannity’s first guest was none other than Ted Cruz. Cruz stated that Mr. Trump is afraid of him and Megyn Kelly and that’s why he backed out. (Oh sure Ted, we really believe that.) So, Ted says he’ll debate Donald Trump anytime either on Glenn Beck’s program or Mark Levin’s program! Right Teddy, Mr. Trump, who knows a bad deal when he sees one, is going to let you and two of your supporters who signed that insane National Review “Against Trump” garbage lead a debate between you two. Get Real! And all three of these cool-aid drinkers, Cruz, Beck, and Levin want a Constitutional Convention…birds of a destructive feather flock together. God help us if the good people don’t see through this and wake up, and soon!

I will not be tuning in to the debate on Thursday, because I really have no desire to hear the same pabulum from the same globalists that I’ve heard for 50 years. If Trump wasn’t in this race, there really would have been no reason to watch any of the debates.

I’ve had over a hundred emails and here’s a sample of what they’re saying
“I don’t blame him one bit for snubbing those neocons at Faux News.” and “Guess what WE’LL be watching! faux can kiss our grits!!! I can’t stand Kelly anymore any way. She’s a self serving low life lawyer. She has gotten so full of herself it stinks.” and “I only watch Faux News to see what the liars are saying now, what a bunch of traitors.” I wonder what Faux will say to their advertisers that paid BIG Bucks for high expected viewership, and they didn’t deliver?

Personally, this is the strangest thing I believe I’ve ever seen in a presidential race, but it proves what I’ve been saying for decades about the right being in bed with the left. You’ve got a bunch of so called right wingers (they’re leftists in republican drag) attacking the best thing to come along in the Republican party in 5 decades and they want him destroyed. Fox News’ “Fair and Balanced” is horse manure and everyone knows it.

Google and Faux Add Three Trump Haters to the Debate

According to an article on Breitbart, Fox News has invited three YouTube personalities to ask questions at the Jan. 28 GOP debate — including a Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and visually portrayed him as being in agreement with national socialist Adolf Hitler.

Google and Fox announced Tuesday afternoon that an anti-Trump Muslim advocate, Nabela Noor, would be allowed to play a role in the debate. She was apparently chosen by Youtube, with help from the RNC and Fox. African American, Mark Watson, and Latino, Dulce Candy —will also join the moderators in the debate to ask the candidates a question on an issue that matters to them and their communities.

Isn’t this just typical of Faux News!

Last August during the first debate, Megyn Kelly made an absolute fool of herself with her rancorous attitude toward Donald Trump. Even the questions were structured to attack the man. Everyone who tuned in to that first debate saw her in action. It has become so obvious that Fox News and Megyn Kelly are the RNC mouthpieces out to destroy Donald Trump.

As I stated in my last article, about these Piranhas, they are eating their own while the likes of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are totally ignored. It looks pretty obvious that Fox News wants a globalist as president and it doesn’t matter if they’re from the left or the right.

Pray for Donald Trump and our country.

ESTABLISHMENT PIRANHAS IN A FEEDING FRENZY OVER TRUMP

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Beck, Barton and Cruz

Ever wonder what happened to Glenn Beck? Remember, he was the guy on CNN and then on Fox News who exposed so much about what Obama wasreally up to. Now it seems as though he’s totally lost his footing, and his friendships with David Barton and Ted Cruz are costing him his audience. Many former Beck listeners have dropped him saying he’s gone off the rails, that he needs a long vacation in a padded room.

On his show, Beck proclaimed that if Donald Trump becomes president he would be a “monster much, much worse than anything that Barack Obama could have dreamt. Trump is the same narcissistic character; he is the same ‘hope and change,’ make America great nonsense; he is the same ‘I’ll run it better,’” that President Barack Obama was eight years ago,” he said. [Link] Really Beck? You really believe that?

On January 23, 2016, Breitbart reported that Glenn Beck administered a mock presidential “oath of office” to Senator Ted Cruz as he endorsed him on stage—and Cruz got the oath wrong when he took it. Beck and Barton are in Iowa campaigning for Cruz. The desperation of these people is becoming absolutely comedic. Beck even told the crowd he prefers democratic socialist, Bernie Sanders, over Trump. [Link]

My husband commented that Beck’s alcoholic years must have killed off a few too many brain cells. Again, while in Waterloo, Iowa, campaigning for Cruz, Beck made a bizarre statement. ‘We Are the Lifeboat of The World’: Beck Pleads Cruz Rally To Accept Even ‘Marxist Atheists’ Because ‘They Renew Us‘, reported in Breitbart’s latest article. Really Glenn? Then we should be extremely renewed after seven years of Obama.

According to former radio personality, Jim Sumpter, when Beck worked atClear Channel, he was called to Kennebunkport by George H.W. Bush, for a private meeting. One has to wonder just what Beck was told at that meeting. One also wonders if that visit contributed to Beck’s hatred for Mr. Trump. Whatever the case, it truly appears that Beck has lost credibility with the majority of his audience.

Beck’s show has been failing the last two years, but now the decline is worse. In a Breitbart article, “Top Glenn Beck Execs Leave to Start New Venture,” it states:

Last year, (2014) Beck tried and failed to strike a deal with CNN. During that time, he attempted to moderate his image for television executives. He apologized for his inflammatory comments about Obama. As Breitbart News noted, Beck started positioning himself toward the political center, bashing Americans who were against illegal immigration during last summer’s border crisis. Trying to distance himself from politics, he also proclaimed on CNN that he would rather be Walt Disney than Edward R. Murrow or Rush Limbaugh.

In my recent article, Rafael Cruz Declares Son Ted Cruz the ‘Anointed’ One, I discussed Rafael and Ted’s Dominionist/New Apostolic Reform (NAR) convictions. Dominionist Mike Bickel, head of the NAR, and the International House of Prayer, just endorsed Ted Cruz, and Cruz announced it himself.

In another article, Ted Cruz, David Barton, and Shariah Law, I explained Mr. Barton’s Dominionist/NAR beliefs and his very close friendship with Ted Cruz.

Here’s where the rubber meets the road. Barton and Beck are extremely close friends, both living in Texas. Barton, of course is for Cruz, and now so is Beck. Unfortunately, Beck’s attacks on Mr. Trump have just succeeded in alienating his listening audience, because he’s become so vitriolic with his statements.

In fact, last week Beck went on O’Reilly’s program and stated as fact that Donald Trump had voted for Obama. He had found it on some crazy website. Needless to say, this week he had to go on O’Reilly’s program again and apologize. His desire to destroy Mr. Trump is eating this man alive.

Cruz, Barton, and Beck are all for a Constitutional Convention, and by now most folks understand there is a very dark purpose in wanting a Con-con. The promoters state that changing the Constitution will make politicians obey it, but in reality changing it will only succeed in destroying the freedoms granted by our founders. Instead, force them to obey what we have, or vote them out! Cruz supporter, Mark Levin wants a Con-con, and the son of his fiancé is a full time staffer for Senator Cruz.

Megyn Kelly, National Review, and Weekly Standard

The hatred for Trump continues from the GOPe at Fox News.

Megyn Kelly’s January 21st, 2016, Fox News Show featured the National Review’s “Conservatives Against Trump” article. Kelly had all the political piranhas in a feeding frenzy trying to destroy Mr. Trump.

Remember that the National Review was founded by William F. Buckley, who was a member of the CFR, a CIA agent, and a member of Skull and Bones. It was Buckley and his buddy, Irving Kristol, father of Bill, who destroyed old right Constitutional Conservatism and brought in the mediocre moderates who have much the same agenda as the leftists. William F. Buckley, Pied Piper for the Establishment, by John McManus, documents everything I’ve stated, as well as referencing the sources. Today, Rich Lowry is the editor of National Review. He was appointed by Buckley in 1992.

The Weekly Standard is edited by founder, Bilderberger William Kristol, and sidekick, Fred Barnes. It has never been profitable, but has stayed in circulation by its benefactor, CFR member, Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News, and WSJ.

At the end of this article I’ll list those who have signed on to National Review’s, “Against Trump.” Many of them are members of the secretive Council for National Policy, the right arm of the Council on Foreign Relations. The former is loaded with members who are Dominionists/Reconstructions.

Megyn Kelly first showed Sarah Palin endorsing Mr. Trump. By the way, Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty has also endorsed Donald Trump. As well, Michelle Wiles – one of the Palmetto State’s most influential conservative activists – is leaving the South Carolina leadership team of Ted Cruz and joining the campaign of Donald Trump. [Link]

Megyn then introduced the editor of National Review, Rich Lowry, who is behind the push to destroy Donald Trump’s candidacy. Lowry says that Trump doesn’t understand the ideas and principles that make this country great, that true conservatives believe in limited government, the Constitution and liberty.

When I heard him say this, I thought to myself, “Excuse me Rich, but Donald Trump epitomizes exactly those principles. He is not GOP establishment like those going against him or even running against him!” Well, hate to tell you Lowry, but Trump is the King of Testosterone, and you’re just another bug who hit the windshield. [Link]

Kelly then introduced three of the signers of Lowry’s “Hate Trump” campaign. First was Dana Loesch, who is TV host of Glenn Beck’s Blaze (no doubt there, she’s for Cruz), then L. Brent Bozell III, chairman of the group, For America, and finally, Katy Pavlich who writes for Townhall.com and is a Fox News contributor.

If you missed this bit of anti-Trump drama, here it is for you to watch in full, if you can avoid destroying your television. It’s obvious that Megyn Kelly hates Trump with a passion and that she’s is not Fair or Balanced.

http://https://youtu.be/zPpUVQ2anG4

What I’d like to ask of all these people and the rest of the phony rightwing politicians…Where were you when we were fighting to keep Obama out of our White House? Had you put this much effort into keeping that Marxist Muslim away from DC, we would not be in the dire straits we’re in now. Instead, these establishment rightwing neo-cons are trying to destroy the best hope we’ve had in 53 years of having a true conservative leader who loves America.

I’ll tell you where they were! In an absolutely must read article on Conservative Tree House entitled, Reminder – Donald Trump’s 2016 NRO Critics Were President Obama’s 2009 Fan-Boys…, it states:

In June millions of Fox News viewers saw FOX’s entire line-up of professional pundits proclaim borders shouldn’t matter; border walls won’t work; illegal alien amnesty was the only viable solution to decades of unenforced immigration law; and this was only in week #1 of Donald Trump’s campaign.

Since June ’15, on almost every issue those same pundits have now openly aligned themselves with GOPe agenda items like global trade, tax policy, big government spending, and advocacy to including advancement of Speaker Paul ‘Omnibus’ Ryan.

However, a sharp reader, DrudgeAddict, smartly points out these same voices were the exact group who gathered together in an exclusive meeting with President Obama in 2009 to sing his praises after the ’08 election. Including :

George Will
Michael Barone
David Brooks
Charles Krauthammer
Bill Kristol
Lawrence Kudlow
Rich Lowry
Peggy Noonan

The post-meeting/dinner report in The New Yorker Magazine holds the quotes told by the glowing participants of their time with President Obama. Check it out!

And what about Hillary? Why are they attacking one of our own instead of going after the corrupt and scandalous political machinations of Hillary Clinton, from Whitewater to Benghazi, from the Clinton Foundation to Clinton emails? Where are they in destroying the socialist enemies? Instead, National Review and these establishment Republicans are trying to destroy the best hope we’ve had in over five decades to turn back the New World Order tide in America. It’s because the reality is, they are socialists at best, and probably worse than that. Trump has thrown a wrench in the entire New World Order plans, and they hate him for it. Davos is scared to death of him, and hopes he loses. [Link]

They call Mr. Trump a narcissist, when the man in our White House today is the real narcissist. Mr. Trump is confident, something we want in a president! Marcus Tullius Cicero said, “If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence, you have won even before you have started.”

Want to see what a real Trump supporter thought of Megyn Kelly’s program, and National Review? Watch this video!

http://https://youtu.be/eZ6XdwGt7Ls

Here is the list of the Establishment Neo-Cons who have signed on to National Review’s “Against Trump” band wagon:

Glenn Beck of CNN, Fox News, the Blaze, owned by Glenn Beck & his production co., Mercury Radio Arts, fka GBTV, TheBlaze TV
Libertarian David Boaz who also writes for National Review
L. Brent Bozell III, owns Media Research Center, his wife is the sister of William F. Buckley, and he too writes for National Review. He claims he is not a Republican.
Mona Charen former regular commentator on CNN and author for National Review.
Ben Domenech who blogs for editor Erick Erickson’s Red State, also writes for National Review.
Erick Erickson, Red State, was also a commentator on CNN, and left to become a commentator on Fox News.
Steven Hayward, writes for Weekly Standard, National Review, NY Times, Los Angeles Daily News, Cleveland Plain Dealer, etc.
Mark Helprin, Council on Foreign Relations member, writes forThe New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Atlantic Monthly, the NewCriterion, the National Review, andAmerican Heritage.
Bilderberger Bill Kristol, son of Trotskyite Irving Kristol.
Yuval Levin, The New Republic has dubbed Levin “the right’s new Irving Kristol, God help us, just what we need, another Trotskyite (slow Marxist). Levin writes for National Review and Weekly Standard.
Blaze employee Dana Loesch, Blaze is owned by Glenn Beck.
Andrew McCarthy, another columnist for National Review.
Club for Growth‘s David McIntosh who backs Cruz because both are for open borders, which Ted needs as president to pass the North American Union, which his wife helped to write at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Michael Medved, radio host, commentator.
Edwin Meese III, member of secretive Council for National Policy and sits on the board of controlled opposition, Heritage Foundation.
Russell Moore of the Manhattan Declaration led by CFR member and UNESCO promoter Robert George, communitarian.
Michael Mukasey who has advised the Jeb Bush campaign, was US Attorney General for George W. Bush 2007-2009.
Katie Pavlich, National Review Washington fellow, writes for Townhall, Fox News contributor.
John Podhoretz, contributes to National Review and Weekly Standard
R.R. Reno, editor of First Things
Thomas Sowell who, in his 20s was a Marxist. Sadly, Tom is like the rest of them.
and USA Today columnist and Fox News contributor, Cal Thomas.

Note, most of the signees are contributors to National Review or Fox News.

Who is Climbing in Bed With Whom?

Brilliant researcher, writer, and expert on heretical doctrines, Sarah Leslie, tells it plainly:

It is disturbing that the Neo-Cons are getting in bed with the Charismatic Dominionists. [Link] For decades they’ve been in bed with the Dobson-ites of the world, funding and controlling much of the mainstream Religious Right. But this is a new development. The Neo-Cons and their cohorts don’t like Trump, and are supporting Cruz. (Not to mention the endorsement for Cruz by Mike Bickle and Glenn Beck — both who support a “Seven mountain mandate” for Dominionism.)

The Neo-Cons really didn’t control the Charismatic Dominionists — until now. The Neo-Cons had to make inroads into the Charismatics, some of which were impassable due to the insular nature of the elites in the New Apostolic Reformation. And part of the problem, frankly, is that the Neo-Cons are hardened rational atheist type MEN. They really didn’t appeal to the touchy-feely experientialism of the Charismatics.

But the mainstreaming that we’ve been warning about on theHerescope blog is finally happening. The Neo Cons are a nasty group with a bad agenda, and they tend to alienate everyone by their excessive controlling agendas. They share a common mandate with Dominionists to rule the world.

Many on the Religious Right do not like the Neo-Cons –there is a long history of dislike. So Trump seems to be currently appealing to a group of people who are not beholden to the Neo-Cons, may have had no previous experience with them, or who may be the ones who have a long history of warning about their agenda.

The fact that the Neo-Cons are now going to bed with Bickle, Beck, and Cruz is a scary development. Neither group tolerates anything but 100% compliance with their message and mandate.

Conclusion

Remember, a false friend is far more dangerous than an open enemy. This is what we have today and frankly, it gives me the willies.

Vote Trump, and pray for him and our country.

Enemies on the Left, False Friends on the Right – Part 23

“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.” James 1:8

Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them. For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple. Romans 16:17-18

Mark Reed Levin

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Mark Levin was born September 21, 1957, is an American lawyer, author, and the host of a syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show. Mark is a long time member of the CNP according to a 1998 membership list. He has also been a speaker at the Council for National Policy for one Becky Norton Dunlop, Vice President for External Relations for Heritage Foundation, which is another story in itself.

Levin is President of Landmark Legal Foundation . He is also a Board member of The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, whose founder is fellow CNP member, Gary Aldrich. His fellow board member is, none other than, fellow CNP member, Edwin Meese III who holds the Reagan Chair in Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation. Other board members, (now deceased) include, CNP members, Paul Weyrich of Heritage Foundation, Free Congress Foundation, and ALEC; Reed Irvine of Accuracy in Media, now headed by Cliff Kincaid; and Howard Phillips of The Conservative Caucus and The Constitution Party.

Living board members include CNP members, Mr. Peter T. Flaherty, President, National Legal and Policy Center, Alan P. Dye, Esq.(legal counsel for American Legislative Exchange Council); Lt. Col. Oliver North; Ronald E. Robinson, Esq, President, Young America’s Foundation; Rep. Louis (Woody) Jenkins Chairman, WBTR-TV Channel 19; Alan Sears, (Staff Director of the Meese Commission) Esq., President and CEO, Alliance Defense Fund; Beverly LaHaye, Concerned Women of America.

In a biographical note on the website of the Young America’s Foundation, Levin “served previously in the Reagan Administration, including chief of staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese, Associate Deputy Attorney General of the United States, and Deputy Solicitor at the U.S. Department of the Interior. He represented Mr. Meese during the Iran-Contra (Ollie North) investigation and was a leading advocate for the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.” He is an MSNBC legal analyst, a contributing editor of CFR, CIA, and Skull and Bonesman, William F. Buckley’s National Review, and a frequent contributor to Human Events and the Moon owned Washington Times.

He is also a strong proponent of a Constitutional Convention, and wrote his book, The Liberty Amendments proposing a con-con. Sadly, he won’t listen to the many arguments against one. Levin states that he wants to foster a national debate about corrective actions. In fact, when listeners call into his radio show to present arguments against an Article V Convention, or a Balanced Budget Amendment, or a Convention of States, they are disconnected, their names put on a list, and they are not allowed to call in again. Like the rest of the pro-Constitutional Convention gang, Levin refuses to hear any arguments against it, to debate anyone who can present the dangers of another Convention, and like the rest of them, will use Saul Alinsky’s tactics of destroying the messenger, because they obviously cannot win on the merits of their own arguments. See, Mark Levin Refuted and Mark Levin’s “Liberty” Amendments: Legalizing Tyranny.

Alan Keyes

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Alan Keyes was/is a member of the Council for National Policy (CNP Membership Directory) in 1996, 1998, and 1999. He was also a former U.S. representative to the United Nations. Though Keyes is sometimes referred to as “Ambassador Keyes,” the title is misleading since he only served as the U.S. ambassador to the UN Economic and Social Council, not as ambassador to the UN or as an ambassador to a country.

A year before completing his doctoral studies, Keyes joined the United States Department of State as a protégé of Jeane Kirkpatrick (CFR, TC, former member of The Young Peoples Socialist League). In 1979, he was assigned to the consulate in Mumbai, India. The following year, Keyes was sent to serve at the embassy in Zimbabwe.

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan appointed Keyes as Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. In 1985, he was appointed Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations, a position he held until 1987. Kirkpatrick was Keyes’ boss at the UN. Link

His stay at the UN provoked some controversy, leading Newsday to say “he has propounded the more unpopular aspects of US policy with all the diplomatic subtlety of the cannon burst in Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.” Keyes obviously speaks out of both sides of his mouth inasmuch as he claims he is staunchly pro-life, yet he worked for the very pro-abort, pro-population reduction, United Nations.

He also served on the staff of the National Security Council. On May 26, 2009, President Barack Obama merged the White House staff supporting the Homeland Security Council (HSC) and the National Security Council into one National Security Staff (NSS). The HSC and NSC each continue to exist by statute as bodies supporting the President.

In 1987 Keyes was appointed a resident scholar for the American Enterprise Institute. His principal research for AEI was diplomacy, international relations, and self-government. He was with AEI as a scholar for two years. See part 13 for an overview of AEI who is supported by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. And just who is Peterson? He’s the chairman emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations and founder and chairman of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. He was also the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York between 2000 and 2004.

Also on the board of AEI is Raymond Gilmartin, retired chairman and CEO of Merck & Co. who was director during the Vioxx scandal and sat on the board of Microsoft as well. And don’t forget their infamous Gardasil vaccine.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supported AEI’s education policy studies headed by Frederick M. Hess who authored reports and other education projects and whose working group includes Washington, D.C. schools chancellor Michelle Rhee and Michael Feinberg, the cofounder of KIPP, both of whom have helped to destroy academic education in America, but that’s another article in itself.

The following information was provided in the 2nd edition of Pastor James Patrick’s “America 2000/Goals 2000” Research Manual:

Alan Keyes was William Kristol’s roommate at Harvard. Bill is a Bilderberger member (left click to enlarge Bilderberger map). Bill Kristol’s father, Irving Kristol, an avowed Trotskyite, who joined the Young People’s Socialist League in the 1930s. In 1953, Irving Kristol founded the magazine, “Encounter” in England, which was secretly being supported by the CIA. It ran puff pieces for Fabian Socialist and Bilderberger, Hugh Gaitskell, head of the Labor Party.

In 1965, together with Daniel Bell, Kristol founded the “Public Interest.” This was a publication of “Freedom House.” Bell belonged to the Young Socialist League and the League for Industrial Democracy which had been named the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. Like Kristol, Bell was subsidized by the CIA through an organization called the Congress for Cultural Freedom of which Bell was a leader. Irving Kristol’s partner, Daniel Bell, has suggested we do away with state boundaries and most local government. Daniel Bell was a CFR member.

For ten years Bell had worked for Brotherhood of Death member (Skull and Bones & CFR) Henry C. Luce at one of his magazines, Fortune. In 1969, Irving Kristol was made the Henry R. Luce professor at New York University. George Field ran the Freedom House which published Kristol and Bell’s, The Public Interest. Field was chairman of the Rand School for Social Science which was owned by the American Socialist Society. It was financed by the Garland Fund which keeps many Communist projects going. Freedom House’s Bookshelf Program was run by Rex Stout who previously published New Masses, a Communist Weekly. Vice President under Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller, directly gave Irving Kristol $100,000 through his Commission on Critical Choices for just 15 short essays. Irving’s son, William Kristol did make it big time. William Kristol was promoted by Newsweek as one of the top three strategists of the GOP. He launched a weekly magazine called the Standard and is backed financially by Ruppert Murdoch. Kristol is assembling the next generation of socialists on behalf of the NWO. The Kristol’s have plotted for two decades under the disarming word, “neo-conservative.” They are, in fact, Trotskyites, as I’ve given the definition in two parts of this series.

William Kristol ran Alan Keyes’ 1988 Senate Campaign in Maryland.

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Keyes was part of Reagan’s National Security Team, and Reagan’s National Security was made up of CFR George P. Schultz; CFR/T Soviet Agent, Henry Kissinger; CFR William Case; CFR/T Casper Weinberger; and CFR Gen. David Jones; with David Rockefeller (Chairman of CFR/T) being an unofficial advisor.

Keyes was promoted by Jeanne Kirkpatrick. Jeanne Kirkpatrick was a member of the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. In fact, as recently as the 80s, Kirkpatrick was still on the letterhead of the League for Industrial Democracy.

solidarity1932 poster for League for Industrial Democracy, designed by Anita Willcox during the Great Depression, showing solidarity with struggles of workers and poor in America

Kirkpatrick believed in abortion, East-West trade, business with China, and that the Monroe Doctrine is no longer valid. Her American Enterprise Institute is supported by NY Banks and big Oil, CFR and CIA assets. Her husband for many years, Evron, was with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) State Dept and was Director of the Office of Intelligence Research. The OSS was a United States intelligence agency formed during World War II. It was the wartime intelligence agency, and a predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Evron’s specialty was behavioral science. He, since 1954, had been the executive director of the American Political Science Assoc. Hubert Humphrey was the direct product of Evron Kirkpatrick. The Kirkpatrick’s have fashioned candidates scientifically. Keyes is the product of his handlers (those with global fish to fry).

Saying all the right things to sop up and drain support of gullible traditionalists, Keyes was president of Citizens Against Government Waste founded by J. Peter Grace, CFR, CNP. Grace was no more conservative than McGeorge Bundy, Soviet Agent, Henry Kissinger, or W. Averill Harriman. See Esquire Sept. issue 1977, The Latest Secrets of Skull and Bones by Ron Rosenbaum. William Grace is J. Peter Grace’s father and was the signer of incorporation papers of the CFR, in NY City the 25th of July, 1921.

Also signing on that document was Paul Warburg, who was a key personality in the founding of the Federal Reserve in 1913. The W.R. of W.R. Grace stands for William Russell, William Russell was a co-founder of the Brotherhood of Death. It is considered by some students of history that J. Peter Grace has been born into the American Illuminati. Also see Soviet expert Dr. Antony C. Sutton’s book, America’s Secret Establishment on page 5.

Keyes’ Failed Illinois Senatorial Run

Alan Keyes, was the 2004 Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Illinois, against Barack Obama. Keyes once referred to black slave reparations as “an insult to our slave ancestors,” but in 2004 called for a plan that would exempt the descendants of slaves from income taxes for at least a generation. In a manner of speaking, he was calling for reparations for black Americans.

Tax exemption would give Blacks “a competitive edge in the labor market, “because they would be cheaper to hire than federal tax-paying employees” and allow Blacks to be compensated” for all those years when your labor was being exploited,” said Keyes.

He lost to Barack Obama, who had voted three times in the Illinois legislature against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. Sadly, my home state is riddled with communists.

Conclusion

Remember there are over 400 members of the secretive Council for National Policy, and it would be impossible to write about each and every one of them. They are not our friends. They are, in fact, the right arm of the Council on Foreign Relations. There are a few places on the web where membership lists, albeit older lists, are available.

Public Eye, Ministers Best Friend, SourceWatch are the most available lists, but are not up-to-date. Wikipedia also has a short list.

Most of the books used for research are available at Amazon.

Thy Will be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil by Gerard Colby with Charlotte Dennett

William F. Buckley: Pied Piper for the Establishment by John McManus

Ominous Politics: The New Conservative Labyrinth by John S. Saloma III

Roads to Dominion: Right Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States by Sara Diamond

Old Nazis, the New Right, and the Republican Party: Domestic Fascist Networks and Their Effect on U.S. Cold War Politics by Russ Bellant

The Coors Connection: How Coors Family Philanthropy Undermines Democratic Pluralism by Russ Bellant

Eyes Right: Challenging the Right Wing Backlash by Chip Berlet

The Family by Jeff Sharlet

Soldiers of God by Howard L. Bushart, John R. Craig, Myra Barnes, PhD

The Religious Right in Michigan Politics by Russ Bellant

Spiritual Warfare by Sara Diamond

The Holy Bible, Ryrie Study Bible, KJV

 

 

 

 

Mike Farris’ Parental Rights Amendment: A Bad Idea

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=korkYXhuSy4

FROM THE NEW HAMPSHIRE TEA PARTY

You bet it is.

Attorney Greg Hession explains why Mike Farris’ proposed Parental Rights Amendment is a bad idea and will, if passed, grant the federal government formal power over the American family.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=korkYXhuSy4

 

Misrepresenting The John Birch Society

by JBS President John F. McManus

The organization known as Convention of States (COS) wants a constitutional convention although its advocates claim that they want only a limited Convention of the States. Altering the terminology used for a constitutional convention, however, does not alter what is being sought by COS advocates. And the claim by COS or anyone that a constitutional convention can be limited to a single amendment, or to several named amendments, cannot be supported. Article V says that a convention may be called by the states “for proposing Amendments.” No number is given. Once a convention is underway, the number of amendments it produces can be limitless, and the current ratification method by the states could be altered or even abolished.

In addition, a recent COS release entitled “John Birch Society Denies Its History and Betrays Its Mission” accuses the Society of reversing the stands taken by JBS Founder Robert Welch and former Chairman Larry McDonald relative to The Liberty Amendment. It also claims that current John Birch Society President John McManus (this writer) has misrepresented Founder Robert Welch and former Congressman Larry McDonald. This is completely erroneous and irresponsible.

In August 1963, Robert Welch urged JBS members to ask legislators in Alabama to approve a resolution favoring the Liberty Amendment. In his urging, Robert Welch made no mention of the Constitution’s second method for gaining amendments, the constitutional convention. He favored the first choice mentioned in Article V which seeks two-thirds approval of both Houses of Congress before a measure is sent to the States where ratification by three-quarters would be needed to complete the process. This method for adding an amendment to the U.S. Constitution happens to be the only method ever employed. For over 200 years, fear of a runaway convention (as occurred in 1787 during deliberations at a convention called to repair the Articles) has kept the amendment process strictly through the first method.

Similarly, Congressman Larry McDonald favored adding the Liberty Amendment to the Constitution. On October 9, 1973, his interview about the matter was published in the Congressional Record. In it, he mentioned that the Amendment was being “advanced in both ways” but he never advocated the convention route. As a member of Congress, he introduced the resolution containing the Liberty Amendment for passage by Congress in the traditional manner. He mentioned but did not favor the existence of the amendment route that would involve a constitutional convention.

Several years before he was slain in 1983, Larry McDonald wrote the 1976 book entitled We Hold These Truths. In it, Larry McDonald capably noted the two routes spelled out in the Constitution for adding amendments. How could he or any constitutional scholar (McDonald was indeed such a scholar) fail to note the existence of these two procedures? But, in the portion of his book discussing amendments, Congressman McDonald expressed explicit choice for neither. To claim that he favored one or the other when he was simply noting both is a complete misrepresentation of what he wrote. The COS release has engaged in misrepresentation, not The John Birch Society.

The COS release notes that, in 1983, Congressman Ron Paul joined with Congressman McDonald in introducing the Liberty Amendment in the House of Representatives. The two men obviously favored the route calling for the amendment to be passed by Congress. They had already introduced the resolution calling for Congress to pass the amendment several times. On no occasion did they express any favor toward the route of a constitutional convention.

On April 30, 2009, Congressman Paul and two co-sponsors again proposed that Congress pass the Liberty Amendment. There is no mention of the constitutional convention route to amend the Constitution in that move.

It is true that state resolutions calling for the Liberty Amendment mentioned the constitutional convention route. And it is equally true that Liberty Amendment author Willis Stone counseled state legislators to call for a constitutional convention on behalf of the Liberty Amendment. But during my own very friendly relationship with Willis Stone, the Liberty Amendment author clearly bared the strategy he was employing. Fearing that such a convention might actually occur if sufficient number of states (34) made the convention call, I asked him point blank, “Do you actually want a constitutional convention?” His very prompt and forceful response to me was, “No, I don’t worry about that because no one would be stupid enough to want a Con-Con.” He was relying on fears of many – including members of Congress – that the existing Constitution would be in jeopardy similar to what befell the Articles of Confederation in 1787. He further explained that if his work among the various state legislatures succeeded in getting close to the number 34 (the number that would trigger a convention), members of Congress would move quickly to pass approval of the measure themselves in order to keep a constitutional convention from becoming a reality.

In 1963, the Liberty Amendment Committee headed by Willis Stone published Action For Americans: The Liberty Amendment, a book promoting the Liberty Amendment. No book on this topic could be issued by the Liberty Amendment Committee without Willis Stone approving of every word. In their book, authors Lloyd G. Herbstreith and Gordon van B. King stated:

Some people have expressed fear of what a Convention might do. They point to the fact that the 1787 Convention was convened to amend the Articles of Confederation; however, it did not do this. It wrote an entirely new Constitution. A convention called now might similarly re-write the entire Document, instead of merely proposing an amendment….

As soon as twenty or more State Legislatures have approved the Liberty Amendment, Congress will approve it, and return it to the States for ratification.

There you have the opinion of the chief promoters of the Liberty Amendment, certainly including Willis Stone. What Mr. Stone told me of his plan is what these two authors, both friends and supporters of Mr. Stone and the Liberty Amendment, have confirmed.

Conclusions:

1. Neither Larry McDonald nor Robert Welch ever favored the route of a constitutional convention for adding amendments to the Constitution. Both merely knew that the Constitution allowed such a method.

2. Larry McDonald’s book We Hold These Truths does not place him in the camp of those favoring a constitutional convention.

3. Willis Stone’s strategy is clear. He wanted to force Congress to act to pass the Liberty Amendment resolution in order to prevent creation of any constitutional convention.

4. The book by Herbstreith and King confirms the Stone strategy.

5. An apology for accusing The John Birch Society for denying its history and betraying its mission directed to me and to the memory of Robert Welch, Larry McDonald, and Willis Stone should be issued by COS. It would be received with gratitude.

Learn of other false accusations made by Con-Con supporters here.

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A former U.S. Marine officer, Mr. McManus joined the staff of The John Birch Society in August 1966 and has served various roles for the organization including Field Coordinator, Director of Public Affairs, and now President. He remains the Society’s chief media representative throughout the nation and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs. Mr. McManus is also Publisher of The New American magazine and author of a number of educational DVDs and books.