What Trump’s Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital Could Mean for the Middle East

Posted by Fred Lucas on The Daily Signal As a presidential candidate speaking to American supporters of Israel, Donald Trump vowed that, if elected, “We will move the American Embassy to the eternal capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem.” In June, Trump signed the same waiver his three predecessors signed to keep the U.S. Embassy in Israel in Tel Aviv. But this week, he is set to make an announcement on his plans. Reports last week said he planned…

read more

1876 – Our 1st 100 Years as the United States of America

Our first 100-years, saw many changes, advances, growth, expansion – and set the tone for the 2nd 100 years (1876-1976). Now to ditch the Deep State…

read more

Stop Underestimating the Undercurrent of Globalists

If you have sat back far enough in the first protests after the election, a HUGE red flag should have gone up — How does ANYONE get THAT many signs produce in THIS short amount of time? These were, for the most part, mass produced signs. It wasn’t even 12 hours since the election was called that the protests started — in most cases, the ink literally wouldn’t be dry yet. I don’t watch TV…

read more

VIDEO: The Solution to Stop Islam by a Former Child Bride

The Illinois Family Institute (IFI), Chicago, IL graciously hosted Aynaz Anni Cyrus and others at “The Danger of Islam” seminar on Oct. 08, 2017. Anni Cyrus, of The Glazov Gang, was a child bride in her home country of Iran, abused and imprisoned as a teen, escaped to America, and now advocates for women and girls, suffering under Sharia. (archive https://archive.ph/JoYo4)

read more

Brainy But Cowardly (BBC) Misses the Boat Again — Then Again, Don’t They Always?

When any person – or organization – forsakes principles for favoritism, they have lost all focus on character, Liberty, and justice. Yet, the media keeps pretending they don’t know that they are doing this very thing. Any wonder news blogs have been gaining a ever growing audience while the media has been losing theirs?

read more

Is Reformation In the Future of Islam?

It is said, “change is the only constant of life.” This constant of life is a universal process that encompasses all things. Change presents two alternatives: either successful adaptation or extinction. Adaptation is akin to the performance of a complicated dance that environmental forces and conditions choreograph and all species aim to keep up. Thousands and thousands of species have failed to keep in step with the ever-changing requirements and have become extinct. We, humans,…

read more

From Our Archive: Conviction Is Keeping BBC from Publicly Sharing An Internal Investigation

After years of complaints and pressure over the BBC’s blatant bias against Israel in all aspects of programming, but more particularly News coverage, the BBC commissioned the Balen Report — then hide it from public view. Convictions will do that — you either run towards to resolve them or, as in BBC’s case, you either run from them and/or bury anything that keeps convicting you. BBC did both of the latter. (archive https://archive.md/0MdDw)

read more

What Liberty, Even Decisive Liberty, Is Not

A recent attack by two Liberals on our Facebook page made us realize we have not shared what liberty, especially decisive liberty, is not — too many Liberals believe what they believe for many reasons, however, the foundation of their beliefs are found in a set of rules and a defined strategy that was published during the 1960’s.

Many Liberals today are clueless they are applying and utilizing them even if the know about them and deny they are doing such.

Actions speak much louder than anything they say… which is something they, for whatever reason, to which they are totally oblivious — the first amendment does nothing to protect the wise… and the Liberally stupid.

read more

As the Greatest Hope to Society is Individual Character, Can Society Count on You?

What is most important today, and all the more so since WWII, is the restoration of individual character, first and foremost. And we must do so with a sense of urgency that sends a message to those not willing to do participate that they are the problem and without exception, their lack of interest in the restoration of character is not acceptable.

read more