Monday, October 27, 2008

Our Moment to Defend Life

There is an issue that supersedes every other issue in this election.

That issue is life.

Please watch this 4 minute video from America's Choice Now.

This is a moment we may look back on for the rest of our lives, a moment where we can make a difference in our nation's for life.

This is a moment. This is our moment.

"Now choose life, so you and your children may live."
~ Duet 30:19b

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Biden: "Is this a joke?" No!

You gotta love how Biden can dish it out, but can't take it. Watch this!

My Top Five Reads

I have just posted five important articles on our WA Eagle Forum website that I hope you will read by simply clicking on the title:

Hot Topics:
The Conservative Challenge
Same-Sex Marriage 'Whether You Like It or Not'
Gateway to Obama's 'Change'
Felon Vote Can Tip Election
WA State's Runaway Minimum Wage Escalator

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Self Government

In 1675 and 1676, the colonies were reeling under the onslaught of King Philip’s War. The streets of towns like Swansea and Dartmouth, Taunton and Sudbury were littered with the bodies of mutilated men, women and children. It appeared as if nothing could withstand the force of thousands of King Philip’s braves.

In the midst of this, Peter Folger, the grandfather of Benjamin Franklin, wrote these words:

If we then truly turn to God,
He will remove His ire.
And will forthwith take this His rod
And cast it in the fire.
Let us then search what is the sin
That God doth punish for;
And when found out,
cast it away,And ever it abhor.

Peter Marshall writes:“By April 1676, there was scarcely a man or woman in all of New England who was not diligently searching his or her own soul for unconfessed or unrepented sin. In fact, it became unpatriotic not to do so—as if one were not doing one’s part for the war effort.”

Four months later the war was over. It cost this nation proportionately more lives than any war we have fought since.

But there is a lesson here that we have forgotten. It is in the midst of trials and trouble that God’s people must turn to Him, on repentant knees, not seeking to find ultimate blame in others.

If we are to turn this nation around, we must again be forthright in recognizing the real cause of social upheavals and be willing to deal with them rightly: selfishness, greed, lust, coveting, lying, stealing…not only at the individual level, but at the corporate and governmental levels.

These are times that call for repentance, not recrimination.

These are times that call for self denial, not self-actualization.

These are times that call for bravery and courage, not fear and retreat.

For these are actually times of great opportunity…for we are not like those who are “without hope and without God in this world” (Eph 2:12).

When the night is the darkest, a light shines its brightest.

~ Dr. Del Tackett

Saturday, October 4, 2008

...And The Line Forms

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has now asked the Treasury Department for a $7 billion bailout claiming the money is needed to avoid having to shut down state operations because the state fund is empty until sales and tax revenues can be collected. [sigh]

Friday, October 3, 2008


Congratulations taxpayers, you are now the owners of a $700 BILLION dollar bailout.

Slavery...or Freedom

“No man in his senses can hesitate in choosing to be free, rather than a slave.” ~ Alexander Hamilton

The prospect of an Obama presidency, supported by a legislative branch controlled by like-minded liberals, and only the slightest conservative margin in the judicial branch, poses a greater risk to American liberty than any domestic enemy in our nation’s great history.

Should Obama defeat John McCain in the only opinion poll that matters this election cycle, the poll on Tuesday, 4 November (merely 32 days from now), that would be a stunning offense of staggering proportions to our national heritage, an offense equaled only by the impending assault against the liberties set forth in our U.S. Constitution following an Obama inauguration

Read the rest of this important article in this weeks The Patriot Post.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Sarah Rocks!

By Michelle Malkin

First, I would like to see all the Sarah doubters and detractors in the Beltway/Manhattan corridor eat their words.

Eat them.

Sarah Palin is the real deal. Five weeks on the campaign trail, thrust onto the national stage, she rocked tonight’s debate.

She was warm, fresh, funny, confident, energetic, personable, relentless, and on message. She roasted Obama’s flip-flops on the surge and tea-with-dictators declarations, dinged Biden’s bash-Bush rhetoric, challenged the blame-America defeatism of the Left, and exuded the sunny optimism that energized the base in the first place.

McCain has not done many things right. But Sarah Palin proved tonight that the VP risk he took was worth it.

Her performance also underscored the underhandedness of the hatchet job editors at ABC News and CBS News, which failed to capture her solid competence on the whole array of foreign and domestic policy issues on the debate table tonight. (I didn’t care for all the “greed” rhetoric, but I understand they are trying to appeal to independents and Dems. They’re trying to win the election.)

Pause to reflect on this: She matched — and trumped several times — a man who has spent his entire adult life on the political stage, run for president twice, and as he mentioned several times, chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Sarah Palin looked presidential.

Joe Biden looked tired.

Sarah made history.

Biden is history.

Prediction: Watch for a whole new, severe strain of Palin Derangement Syndrome to begin tonight.

They hated her before tonight. They are going to pour on more unfathomable hate at a level we have never seen before.

Sarah, we’re praying for you.

My favorite line of the nite - Palin to Biden "Can I call you Joe?"

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

ACORN, Obama, and the Mortgage Mess

I think every citizen who wants their vote in November to count should know a bit about Obama and his association with ACORN. May I suggest you start with this article by Mona Charen.