Saturday, June 27, 2015

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Standing For Biblical Marriage- Righteous Resistance

Via Cousin John

Pastors want to be able to take a legal stand against government forced marriage, they must do these things!

1. Stop signing ANY marriage license, even at the State Level.
Do you believe that Marriage is a covenant between an man, woman, and God? Then you have to act like it. Refusing to marry by any government sanction is the ONLY way you will defeat this mandate in court.

2. Relinquish your 501c3 status IMMEDIATELY. You don't need the IRS's approval to be tax exempt. That comes from the Constitution. Who is your provider anyway? Remember, you can't serve two masters!

3. Start teaching your congregation to be God dependent instead of government dependent. Teach your congregation to stop marrying by license for government benefits. Teach your congregation to stop tithing for government benefits. Remember: seek ye first the Kingdom of God...NOT government benefits.

4. Live by faith. Speak TRUTH. Stop being a slave to government and man. Learn to obey God NOT men. Acts 5:29

The politics of provocation

Via Bill "Y'all, This is very good advice. Provocation is what they seek above all else. That is why I refused to give them (API) even my name today at Montgomery. We must be very vigilant, and not let them spin anything we do, negatively. And we can ill afford any act or action that could be construed by them in any way to be of a violent nature. Our great problem has been for many years that we as white Southerners have no voice, except now, the social media, but it does not reach the rank and file like the nightly news! Dear Lord, if only we had just one TV station!

LS button image July 2014

When a US Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, who in 2009 opened fire at Fort Hood, Texas, killing 12 people and wounding 31 others, was brought forth for examination by the US media, we were quickly told how he did not represent Islam, a “religion of peace.” Both Obama’s Justice Department and the Department of Defense pushed for the charge of “workplace violence” instead of “terrorism” against Hasan. This despite the fact that Hasan called himself a “soldier of Allah” and shouted “Allah Akbar” as he began his murderous assault.

George W. Bush also called Islam a “religion of peace” and chastised Americans for calling it a front for political terror and conquest, despite much hard evidence that suggest it is more of the latter than of the former.

Now we have the same Establishment politicians and media howling that alleged Charleston AME church shooter Dylann Roof, far from being solely responsible for his own actions, is a product of a dark and horrible culture—the traditional white South.

More @ LS

Resistance! No marriage licenses for anyone

Via Cousin Joel


Some state legislators and judges are considering getting out of the marriage business entirely – refusing to offer licenses to anyone – in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision Friday that legalizes same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

Mississippi State House Judiciary Chairman Andy Gipson, R-Braxton, told the Jackson Clarion Ledger he’s still reviewing the Supreme Court ruling, but one possibility could be for the state to quit issuing licenses.

“One of the options that other states have looked at is removing the state marriage license requirement,” Gipson said. “We will be researching what options there are. I personally can see pros and cons to that. I don’t know if it would be better to have no marriage certificate sponsored by the state or not. But it’s an option out there to be considered.”

More @ WND

Confederate flag protest gets heated in Brooksville

Via Cousin John

Strong words and powerful images in front of the Brooksville

Brooksville, Florida — There were strong words and powerful images at the Brooksville courthouse Saturday morning as hundreds gathered, many with Confederate "stars and bars" flags waving.

They started by shouting the pledge of Allegiance as Uhuru protesters and other groups marched up the sidewalk chanting for an end to "white tyranny."

Things got heated after some saw on Facebook the Uhuru group would be burning a Confederate flag.

More @  WTSP

"..... the nation is again on the verge of revolution. "

Via Skynet

After years of oppressive tyranny over the American colonies by King George III and the British crown, on July 4, 1776, our Founding Fathers, lead principally by the likes of John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, declared independence and a new nation in Philadelphia based on the premise that “We the People” were divined by the Grace of our Judeo-Christian God to be a country of laws and not men. In so doing, they sought to insulate us from the whims of monarchs who ruled by fiat and terror.

Two hundred thirty-nine years later, the citizenry find themselves in a much worse situation, one where we have a socialist and half Muslim president (but one who gives preferential treatment to the Islamic way of life as if he were fully Muslim), Barack Hussein Obama, who rules, like King George III, by his own fiat. One of many such tyrannical examples are his executive orders granting amnesty to over 5 million illegal aliens, many of whom are Muslims who came here and then stayed illegally, some for nefarious terrorist purposes, on expired temporary visas. In another evil act, “King Hussein” has taken it upon himself to negotiate and implement an imminent deal with his Islamic brothers in Tehran, which will result in Iran having atomic weapons, which they have threatened to use to annihilate not just Israel but also the “Great Satan” – the United States.

More @ WND

Down with the old and up with the new

Via szhaman


Angel for President

Via Terry

It DIDN'T take the Marxists Long to Change the Narrative- DID IT ?

Via LH


Dear Patriots:

  I will try to be very brief in my commentary:

1)      Blacks killing blacks in most major cities across America APPARENTLY do NOT rise to the SAME LEVEL as 1 madman killing 9 in a church do.

2)      In less than a week, the entire focus has suddenly SHIFTED to our Confederate Flag as being responsible for what occurred in Charleston and being the cause for the rest of the Country’s woes.

3)      Funny how the DemonCRAP Party, with an election coming, has again REVERSED things and raised their clarion banner of Racism once again….this time, but not surprisingly, using our Flag to STOMP on as an excuse to cure the nation’s problems which THEY CREATED!

4)      Running right alongside them is their black constituents in the NAACP.  Their actions, combined with their white counter-parts in State & National government, are the reasons for the conditions affecting EVERYONE today- particularly in the black communities.

5)      Strange how quickly they have mustered petitions and the like to BAN our Confederate Flag once and for all EVERYWHERE as the ‘cure-all’ for what 1 man did in Charleston. They wasted NO time!

6)      Again, what about ALL THE KILLINGS in Chicago- Obama’s home town and ELSEWHERE- & NOT a word spoken about that?

 Need I go on? The Political Narrative associated with their Marxist intentions is staring y’all right in the face.

                                                           More @ CSA

Hundreds rally for 'Confederate Pride' parade displaying controversial battle flag amid national outcry over Civil War symbol

Via Billy

Combative: Fans of the rebel banner stuck flags on their vehicles and wore defiant t-shirts, such as the one pictured above. Confederate flags have been taken down across the United States since Confederate enthusiast Dylann Roof massacred nine people in Charleston

Confederate flags have been falling across the United States since the racist church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina, sparked a national outcry over the symbol.

But in Tampa Bay, Florida, the battle flag of the rebel South was out in force Friday night at a 'Ride With Pride' event attended by hundreds who wore and flew the controversial symbol.

On pick-up trucks, choppers, t-shirts and even inked onto demonstrators' skin, the distinctive flag was repeated hundreds of times alongside combative slogans like 'try burning this, asshole' and 'come and take it'.

More with video and additional pictures @ Daily Mail

Confederate Flag Rally at Alabama Capitol

Via comment by Cav Med on Woman climbs flagpole to remove Confederate flag a...

 Wayne Morrison holds a confederate flag at Alabama

More pictures @ Montgomery Advertiser

Cruz amendment makes Supreme Court subject to elections

Via Skynet

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas
Declaring that America’s Founding Fathers “did not anticipate judicial tyranny on this scale,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says he is proposing an amendment to the Constitution that would subject the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices to judicial retention elections every eight years. 
More @ WND

Masaachusetts Flag is ANOTHER Symbol Of White Supremacy, Says Boston Columnist

Via Richard

First they came......................

In the wake of Governor Nikki Haley’s decision to remove the Confederate flag from South Carolina’s capitol building, a columnist from Boston has started to profess that the Massachusetts flag is also offensive and racist.

“Though the Massachusetts state flag is not as overtly abhorrent as the one that flies on South Carolina’s state capital grounds,” Boston Globe columnist Yvonne Abraham wrote on Thursday, “it is still pretty awful.”

“Oh Momma, I Am So Hungry . . . “

Sherman saw the Southern people themselves as a legitimate target of his army. He rationalized in a letter to Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, that “When one nation is at war with another, all the people of the one are enemies of the other [and] the rules are plain and easy of understanding. The Government of the United States may now safely proceed on the proper rule that all in the South are enemies of all in the North."
Bernhard Thuersam,

“Oh Momma, I Am So Hungry . . . “

“Some time after her trip to Jonesboro [Georgia, Mary A.H. Gay] wrote, late in 1864:

“We had spent the preceding day in picking out grains of corn from cracks and crevices in bureau drawers, and other improvised troughs for Federal horses, as well as in gathering up what was scattered on the ground. In this way by diligent and persevering work, about a half bushel was obtained from the now deserted camping ground of Garrard’s cavalry, and this corn was thoroughly washed and dried, and carried by me and Telitha to a poor little mill (which had escaped conflagration, because too humble to attract attention), and ground into coarse meal.”

Returning from the mill one day, Miss Gay saw her mother running to meet her to tell her that Mrs. Benedict, one of her neighbors, and the latter’s little children were in an actual state of starvation. Mrs. Benedict’s husband was in the Confederate Army and she and her children had been supported by refugees driven from their own section by the further invasion of the Federal Armies. Miss Gay at once cooked what little food she had and prepared to divide it with the starving family.

“On the doorsteps,” she wrote, “sat the young mother, beautiful in desolation, with a baby in her arms, and on either side of her a little one, piteously crying for something to eat. “Oh mamma, I want something to eat so bad. Oh mamma, I am so hungry – give me something to eat.” Thus the children were begging for what the mother had not to give. She could only give them soothing words.”

(In Sherman’s Path, The Women of the South in War Times, Matthew Page Andrews, pp. 307-308)

Donald Trump bans Univision staff from his Miami golf resort

Via avordvet


Donald Trump sent a letter to Univision CEO and president Randy Falco on Friday informing him that "no Univision officer or representative" is allowed to use his Trump National Doral, the resort and golf club immediately adjacent to Univision offices in Miami, the On Media blog has learned.

The move is the latest in a public dispute that started Thursday when Univision announced it would end its business relationship with the Miss Universe Organization, which is co-owned by Trump and NBCUniversal, based on what it described as Trump's "insulting remarks about Mexican immigrants" during the launch of his presidential campaign. Trump later announced that he would sue Univision for breach of contract and defamation, and accused Univision of defaulting on an "iron-clad" $13.5 million contract, which he said it had no right to terminate.

More @ Politico

Be the Best Saboteur You Can Be

Via Sioux


There is a Republican Party. The purpose of the party and its politicians, much like that of its Democratic counterpart, is to obtain money and privileges for its major donors.  That doesn't mean that its members don't have other ideals and agendas, but Republican politicians who rise high enough come from an urban and suburban establishment that is more liberal than its base.

Expecting them to care as much about your issues as you do is unrealistic.

They will only do the right thing insofar as it helps them.

Woman climbs flagpole to remove Confederate flag at South Carolina statehouse

Via comment by Cav Med on What’s next for liberals, right wingers ask — bann...
 Some site was offering $5K, I believe, for someone to do this. 

The Confederate flag was temporarily removed from the front of the South Carolina Statehouse on Saturday when a woman climbed the flagpole and — despite calls by police to get down — removed the banner.

Bree Newsome, 30, of Charlotte, North Carolina, was about halfway up the more than 30-foot steel flagpole just after dawn Saturday when officers of the South Carolina Bureau of Protective Services told her to get down. Instead, she continued climbing to the top and removed the banner.

She and a man who had climbed over a four-foot wrought-iron fence to get to the flag were arrested.

The flag, which is protected by state law, was raised about 45 minutes later. Flag supporters planned a rally at the monument later on Saturday.

More with video @ WWLP

SCOTUS Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage Mandates Nationwide Concealed Carry Reciprocity

Via comment by Anonymous What’s next for liberals, right wingers ask — bann...

If you’re following any of the various media outlets this morning, you’re probably aware that the U.S. Supreme Court has just extended gay marriage to all 50 states.
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry nationwide, in a historic decision that invalidates gay marriage bans in more than a dozen states.
Gay and lesbian couples already can marry in 36 states and the District of Columbia. The court’s ruling on Friday means the remaining 14 states, in the South and Midwest, will have to stop enforcing their bans on same-sex marriage.
The outcome is the culmination of two decades of Supreme Court litigation over marriage, and gay rights generally.
You can peruse the full ruling here, but the meat of the activist Court’s over-long decision hinges on a single paragraph.

More @ Bearing Arms

On Causes

Comment by Anonymous on Bruce Fein Writes Bizarre Anti-Flag Rant

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Fein's points are centered around those comments made by Alexander Stephens and others who had a pecuniary interest in the "peculiar institution." He cites the Confederate Constitution which is not all that different from the United States Constitution--- and actually has some improvements over the original--- but he leaves out the critical point that both banned the importation of slaves. If slavery was something that Stephens and others were so intent upon preserving ad infinitum, then why leave the door shut to importation?

In today's world it is quite common to find people who believe that slavery was the sole reason for the Union invasion of the Southern states. What these folks fail to grasp is that those who owned slaves were concerned that if the institution was ended without some protections for themselves and their charges, that it would result in economic hardship and societal turbulence for decades to come. William Wilberforce campaigned for a peaceful solution to the issue of slavery within the British Empire with no harm done either physically or financially to its subjects. Sadly, no such campaign was waged here other than a military one--- that devastated the whole of the South--- the results of which we are suffering under to this day.

Nevertheless--- and this has been said many times--- the Lincoln Administration was not interested in slavery as war aim at the onset as they were primarily concerned with maintaining the Union. The actual fighting centered around the matter of secession as a right of states and not really anything else.

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