Are you waxing cold?

 Rallyists holding out bobbleheads of politicians  

For centuries, many have wondered if they were the generation that would see the return of Christ. When you look at the headlines around the world, one can entertain the idea that this generation is living in what could be considered “the beginning of sorrows” described by Christ in his Olivet Discourse. Contemplate some of…

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When greatness is considered toxic

President Biden delivering his speech

When inflation is 8.3% (probably much higher), there’s no baby formula, gas prices are up 57%, food prices are 30% higher, people are getting violent over demanding the right to kill their babies, school children are being indoctrinated with sexual deviancy, no border security, and COVID cases are three times higher than last year at…

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The Farm Chronicles: Edna and Clayt Jones

An old house

The farm across the road from us belonged to Edna and Clayton Jones, born around 1885. Their farm was a corner lot with fields facing our farm and their house facing another road, old route 627. “Clayt”, as he was known, was a tall, thin man who, as legend had it, survived a broken neck…

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Take action against the WHO treaty

Logo of the World Health Organization

Part of the reason why the COVID response was so devastating is that the World Health Organization (WHO) was allowed to dictate response and treatment because of international regulations agreed to in 2005 in response to the SARS epidemic of 2003. The 194 WHO member countries agreed to allow WHO unprecedented power over how pandemics…

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Stupidocrisy: The inflation debate

Container port  

Democrats, and the Biden Administration in particular, are running hard for the November mid-term elections—that is, running hard away from the policies that have destroyed a perfectly robust American economy. Their policies have produced record gasoline prices. The cost of living for some people in this country has become unbearable. One nearly needs a loan…

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Assault on Christianity

Pro-abortion Protesters

Many people are having a difficult time understanding how the Biden Administration, the mainstream news media and corporations assault on “misinformation” and “disinformation” relates to Christian persecution. There is a reason why the Founding Fathers placed freedom of speech, religion, the press, and peaceful assembly together as enumerated rights in the First Amendment. Without free…

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The fight against liberty

Eric Schmitt and Jeff Landry 

Now more than any time in the history of the United States the citizens’ rights to freedom of religion and speech are not only under attack, but in danger. The Founding Fathers knew that unless there was freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom to peaceably assemble that a nation falls into tyranny. In…

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The Farm Chronicles: The Richard Chamberlain Story

A boy and an adult

Many people remember Richard Chamberlain as the beloved actor starring in Dr. Kildare and miniseries Shogun and The Thorn Birds, but the Richard Chamberlain I knew was definitely a different man. It was the July 4, 1967 week when we took our annual beach vacation with the Heft’s to Myrtle Beach, SC. It was during…

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Of famine and inflation

Empty aisles at the grocery store

The onset of the COVID lockdowns and resulting supply chain disruptions combined with record high inflation and the ongoing war in Ukraine may be a perfect storm that causes food shortages both in the US and abroad. In fact, Joe Biden, during a March 24 news conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, said, “With…

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Stupidocrisy: SCOTUS and abortion

Chief Justice Roberts Calls Leak “Egregious”

Since 1973, some 65 million unborn US citizens were deprived of their God-given and constitutional right to life. Liberal left political forces marshalled enough clout on the US Supreme Court to conjure up an unlegislated law of the land, or as then Justice Byron White put it an “exercise of raw judicial power.” It was…

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