Greetings from Tyler,

Despite the overwhelming onslaught of presidential campaign claims and counterclaims, the world isn’t standing still. The war in Syria is raging with Russian involvement. The media is in full-throated dismay over civilian casualties and the reported bombing of medical relief and supply convoys. Whether the U. S. has some role in the debacle is rather murky. Are there supposed to be some “good guys” in the Syrian civil war? Whatever happened to the “Syrian rebels” who were financially supported and trained? Did they join ISIS or what?

The caliphate is still operating, both on the ground and on the Internet. It seems that nearly every place on earth is under the constant threat of some “lone-wolf” following the murderous instructions of some obscure weird Muslim holy man. We all realize that “refugees” have flooded Europe, thousands have recently been secreted to various locations around the United States. But some of the most recent attacks are from Muslims whose families were taken in a decade or two ago, and they still haven’t “assimilated.” They still don’t respect our laws or believe we have a right to exist. Just like they don’t think Israel has the right to exist, now nobody who fails to take up their heathen cause deserves to live.

There is not the slightest shadow of a doubt that, given the advent of hundreds of thousands more “refugees,” we will see an explosion of terrorist attacks that will dominate (or terminate) the lives of the next generation. Even the utterly corrupt Director of the F.B.I. managed to say as much in recent congressional testimony. That’s if time goes on and Iran or North Korea don’t manage to fulfill their lunatic fantasies.

Congress finally summoned the fortitude to pass a bill that the first anti-American president opposed with a veto, and then overrode the veto with a nearly unanimous vote. Surely you’ve heard about it. It allows the families of victims in the 9-11-2001 attacks to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for any involvement or support they may have given the terrorists. The White House is livid, and calls the vote “politically motivated.” In the case of the bastion of lock-step followers the president has enjoyed in the Senate, that may be true. It is, after all an election year and they’ve never betrayed their false messiah before.

In the case of the unbelievable nuclear “deal” the administration cut with Iran, the blind followers had no involvement. This is something that was done without the cooperation or even the knowledge of Congress. Sure there was a lot of outrage, but nothing was done to stop it. Only recently have details begun to spill out, like the information and photographs of pallets laden with plastic-wrapped cash in the hold of an unmarked airplane (last January), said to contain $400 million worth of foreign currency. Now we learn that there may have been much more than that.

Now it’s leaked out that the White House secretly lifted sanctions on the two major Iranian banks that had played a major role in Iran’s acquisition of nuclear related material and machinery. The news just broke, even though the treasonous action was taken back at the same time the secret cash was flown into Iran and the four American hostages were released nine months ago. It’s one more blinding scandal that will be investigated, denounced and ultimately brushed aside like each one before it.

Here is a lesson that we might all take stock of. You may remember Judge Roy Moore, who made national news back in 2003 for refusing to remove the Ten Commandments from courthouse property. He was removed from the bench for that stand, but was later re-elected as Alabama’s Chief Justice. Well, he’s just been removed from that position over his opposition to the imposition of same-sex marriage. He claims that he merely pointed out that Alabama’s State Constitution held that marriage is exclusively a union between one man and one woman, and sent a memo to that effect to the state’s judges. But critics claim that “chaos” was unleashed, with some jurisdictions refusing to issue marriage licenses to “same” couples while others cooperated.

Now he’s been removed from office by the state’s Judicial Inquiry Commission. That’s how he paid for his loyalty to his State Constitution, and ultimately to God’s Word. He’s also been accused of bringing his “personal” religious beliefs to the Alabama court.

Once upon a time, every state Constitution was in line with our national Constitution, which is in line with the Laws of Nature, God’s Laws. However, we’ve got a Supreme Court that thinks that society’s changing moral code (and presidential leanings) should be reflected in their decisions, and then their rulings should automatically supersede all opposing laws including those sanctioned by State Constitutions.

We might all take stock. What will we be willing to risk as society collectively rejects God’s Laws and seeks to punish bitter clingers? Will we go along to get along, or will we stand for the Truth regardless of the consequences from the utterly corrupt agencies of government, or the activists that would attack and silence all voices of opposition? We now find ourselves in a shrinking minority of a minority and will stand out like a sore thumb as the do-gooder fascists try to stamp out all who are branded with every evil accusation for simply standing for God’s Word. And that means we will never play along with “gay-marriage,” multiculturalism, “a woman’s right to chose” or any of the other corrupted parlance with which they desecrate this blessed land.


Mark Armstrong