May 29, 2017

There is No Difference

Or is there?

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Another “Mysterious” Clinton Associated Death: Deja Vu All Over Again

*Editor’s Note*For those with understanding, note that this article states that a person was caught, “attempting to steal and smuggle “33” children…”

“As we know, Hillary has ties to convicted sex offender and child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. In addition, Hillary was involved in the NGO run by Laura Silsby, the former director of the The New Life Children’s Refuge. She was caught attempting to steal and smuggle 33 children from Haiti, most of whom weren’t even orphans at the time:”<<<Read More>>>

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Chicago Officials Hint Toward Crime Being the Problem not Guns

*Editor’s Note* – Is admitting that Chicago’s murder and violent crime problems are a result of criminals not guns, akin to saying speeding cars on the highway are not the result of too many cars?

Chicago officials have also begun to admit that the recent spike in homicides is a crime problem – not a gun problem.<<<Read More>>>

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Project 21 Mourns Senseless and Tragic Murders

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Project 21 Mourns Senseless and Tragic Murders at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston

WASHINGTON, DC — Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are joining millions of Americans in mourning the senseless and tragic murders at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston Wednesday night. Among their comments:

This is probably one of the most repulsive things I’ve heard of in my life. Obviously race was a factor and this was a hate crime. However, beyond that, as a clergyman I am truly appalled that the age-old notion of the church, or religious house as a sanctuary, has been violated.

For most of the Christian era, the ability to claim this safe harbor was recognized by most countries, governments and individuals. The church is the hiding place of David found in Psalm 32:7. It says, ‘Thou are a place to hide me in; thou shalt preserve me from trouble; thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance.’ It’s a cowardly and craven act for this individual to shoot people in the middle of prayer. Yes, race was obviously a factor, but it’s an affront to God. –Right Reverend Council Nedd II, Ph.D., rector of St. Alban’s Anglican Church in Pine Grove Mills, PA and author of ” Does America Hate God? Faith Under Fire” (February 2015)

This isn’t time for violent riots or race baiting. It’s time for prayer and leadership. Officials at all levels, mayor, police, governor, National Guard, congress, president need to pray and enforce peace and justice.

By the way, evil knows no color. My grandmother Alberta King was shot down and killed by a crazed black man while playing the organ in Ebenezer Church in Atlanta in 1974. My mother Naomi King, Daddy AD’s wife, was in the ambulance with BigMama when she died. We didn’t riot, we prayed. Decisive prayerful and positive action is needed now! Granddaddy King said pray and forgive.

Pray, don’t riot. People are being slaughtered in the womb, in their beds, and, for God’s sake, while worshipping in church. This isn’t just about race. It’s time for the human race of Acts 17:26 to PRAY FOR AMERICA! –Alveda King, Fox News Contributor, author of KING RULES, director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life. She is a niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. and daughter of civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and his wife Naomi Barber King.

My thoughts and prayers are with the families in Charleston, South Carolina whose loved ones were victims of this heinous and cowardly act last night. I ask that we allow these people time to mourn their losses before we start demagoguing and politicizing this senseless tragedy. –Christopher Arps, Project 21 member and co-founder of Move-On-Up.org

My prayers go up and out for those nine people who were martyred at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church last evening. I also pray for the families of those murdered as well as for the community Charleston as they mourn and try to make sense of what happened and why.

Now isn’t the time to descend into meaningless and pointless arguments that politicize this act of terrorism; shame on those who do.

Right now, we should simply call this what it is – an unadulterated act of evil. Those who politicize this event and those who have already done so undermine their moral credibility and soil the memory of the innocent people killed while praying and sharing their faith in Christ.

These nine people didn’t deserve to die and they don’t deserve to have their untimely deaths distorted and politicized in the sewer of politics.

In this time of mourning, we should persist in prayer and echo the words of the Psalmist, that ‘The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit,’ and that, ‘He is our refuge in times of trouble.’ –Derryck Green, Project 21 member and doctoral student in ministry at Azusa Pacific University

A sanctuary of worship and spiritual devotion in Charleston, SC was interrupted by senseless violence. At this time, it is imperative that prayers and a spirit of unity be offered to families and a community experiencing grief and sorrow. We are painfully reminded that evil still seeks to destroy, but with God’s grace and help, good will still triumph. –Demetrius Minor, Project 21 member and pastoral assistant, Calvary New Life Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA

Our thoughts and prayers are with Emanuel AME Church and all those affected by this awful tragedy. I hope we can all focus on the victims in this tragedy and their grieving families and not the proverbial political spin or any other agenda. –Cherylyn Harley LeBon, Project 21 Co-Chairman and former senior counsel for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee

Project 21, a leading voice of black conservatives for over two decades, is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research (http://www.nationalcenter.org).

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Love is in the Air – Baltimore Bloodshed Continues; 29 Shot, 9 Dead Over Holiday Weekend

One would think Rahm Emanuel took over mayor-ship of Baltimore!

It’s the deadliest month Baltimore has seen in more than 15 years. More than two dozen shootings over the holiday weekend alone have city police working around the clock.

Source: Baltimore Bloodshed Continues; 29 Shot, 9 Dead Over Holiday Weekend « CBS Baltimore

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Social Justice Equals Millions Murdered

This world-wide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society based on arrested development, of envious malevolence and impossible equality……

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Teddy Kennedy’s War on Women

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Would Banning Guns Reduce Murder and Suicide?

A Review of International and Some Domestic Evidence. Study compiled by Don B. Kates and Gary Mauser. This study can be found in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.

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Gun Control Works……For Fascists

Hey! This is an inciting video!

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Why Isn’t Bob Costas Demanding A Ban on Automobiles?

So far, from what I have been able to find, Bob Costas who went on a rant about Jovan Belcher, football player for the Kansas City Chiefs, shooting his girlfriend and then himself, and demanding that the United States should get rid of all guns, doesn’t seem to have the same philosophy when it comes to automobiles.

The absurd, emotional and irrational comments coming from Bob Costas, longtime NBC sports commentator, and others concerning the murder suicide of Jovan Belcher, ranged from seeking bans on guns and ignorant statements that Belcher could have been an MVP if the U.S. banned guns.

Costas made his rant during half time of the Sunday Night Football show last week but seemingly did not make the same rant demanding a ban on automobiles after Dallas football player, Josh Brent, drove his vehicle, allegedly while intoxicated, killing another teammate, Jerry Brown.

Oh, please! Let’s hear about how these two incidents are not related. Let’s hear how guns are different than cars. A weapon is a weapon, is it not? I suppose one could argue that Belcher could have put his girlfriend in a car and killed her that way. Or that Brent, while drunk, could have taken a gun and killed his teammate. If the foolish logic is that if Belcher didn’t have a gun, he and his girlfriend would still be alive, is as brilliant as saying that if Brent didn’t own a vehicle, Jerry Brown would be alive.

There are reasons why Jovan Belcher took the life of his girlfriend and then killed himself. There’s also a reason Josh Brent got drunk and killed his roommate. Perhaps if we focus on those reasons and stop trying to blame inanimate objects, progress could be made.

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