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Polygamy Ruling With FLDS In Texas And Other Thoughts

Posted by soldierservant on May 30, 2008

I have some good news. That court ruling against the polygamist compound
is being reversed. They could not find any evidence of abuse. I can’t
wait to see how my folks will try to squirm their way out of that.
PRAISE GOD ALL THESE FRAUDS ARE BEING EXPOSED! I was listening to a talk
show and had some callers from Texas that talked about the CPS taking
away their children. You know the woman that called in this case was an
out of state woman in her thirties but pretended to be a sixteen year
old girl. She should be brought up on charges. They should throw the
book at her. You have probably heard about that other case where the
father accidentally gave his son alcoholic lemonade at a ball game,
thinking it was just regular lemonade, and the state (some other state
up north) took away his son for a week. To me, they need to outlaw
liquor. There is no excuse, especially selling it for public consumption
like bars and restaraunts. It is as though this system is trying to
promote drunk driving. Satan is such a sneaky bastard that if he can’t
get someone through beer, wine, or whiskey, then he’ll try to get them
through lemonade. The world so obsessed with alcohol that they even have
to put to in their food too. I also heard on the news that methodists
are against the Bush Library, and that is where the library was planned
to be built. That will be interesting to see how that goes down. Rod
Parsley wants Bush in forever. I am looking for a scandal that will
destroy his credibilty among even the neocons. I am sure that that
wicked imposter will be exposed sooner or later. These fools can’t help
but make fools of themselves because they have given themselves over to
a corrupt spirit. God is making an example out of them. I have heard
that McCain might be thinking about Joe Lieberman for VP. When you think
about it, it could be. Both are considered mavericks to their own
parties, of course not that it matters because it is all a smokescreen.
Savage often says that it is just one party for eight years then they
hand it to the other. He thinks they are trying to deliberatey lose. One
area that he is gullible though is that he believes in the terrorist
lies. Any terror that happens to us now is the government, directly or
indirectly, because they have allowed open borders and are selling us
out. Savage was the only one in the media speaking out against Kennedy’s
policies, but he has been demonized as insensitive because of the recent
tumor of Kennedy. all he was doing was pointing out his policies, not
attacking him personally. But all the party hacks like Rush were totally
silent about Kennedy and Savage suspects something going on. Finally,
maybe his eyes are opening up to the truth around him. This whole
republican/democrat is nothing but a shell game to distract people from
the truth. I think Soros owns both parties. These parties are nothing
but cheap whores who sold their soul for a buck. That is why you hear no
difference in most all these shows whether they are national or local
because they are all a part of the wicked nefarious establishment. So
all this right/left nonsense is lying fantasies, and you know where that
leads. You can tell just by the fruits. Those who buy into this have the
most wicked spirits like those of my family. That was why I was open to
demons in my past because of them. I think they have more demons now
than I ever had when I knew I was evil.

All those who were for
this raid now have egg on their face. I am curious to know where Hugh
Hewitt and Michael Medved stood on this case. Were they for it or
against it? I think Rush was for it because my family mindlessly go
along with anything he does. They do not have a mind of their own. They
have to be told by the likes of Rush what to think about anything. That
makes it clear where they are going. The same place Rush is going and
most of the church that follows him. You know, I would have more respect
if they weren’t so hypocritical. Like if they came out with churches of
Rush and had little fat statues of Rush that they bow to, than to drag
God through their blasphemous garbage and pretend to love and follow
him. Just like Titus 1:16, “They claim to know God but their actions
deny Him.”

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Recession Exposing The Arrogance of Texas!

Posted by soldierservant on May 28, 2008

This was what I heard last night on the news. You see? The
arrogance of texans. It is like that titanic complex, thinking they are
indestructible. If recession is bad enough and long enough it will
effect everywhere. Besides there are other problems like overcongestive
highways and stuff like that that will prove counterproductive. So what
if we have a bunch of dead end jobs? They do not pay enough for the cost
of living. These idiots on the news continually contradict themselves by
bragging about the job market, and then talk about the bad housing
market and high gas prices. People here are riding bikes now because of
gas prices and congestive traffic. That is nothing to brag about.
Besides, they can learn some humility real fast if a giant sinkhole
swallows up Dallas, or a massive earthquake wiping out the city. We know
that can happen because of that earthquake that hit the city in China
that killed 12,000 people. Or the deadly cyclone that hit Myanmar and
killed between 10,000 to 100,000, maybe even more. The destruction so
massive it is unreal. People don’t need to worry about terrorism,
natural catastrophies are far more destructive. Of course their is some
debate about some being able to control the weather, which I am not sure
how legit that is. It seems I heard that our government knew about some
of the disasters before they happen. So your guess would be as good as
mine. I heard some of Hannity and he was praising Jerry Falwell. Most
people, even christians, believe he is in hell now. I think that is the
fate of all these televangelist phonies. Some people get hung up by what
good some of these phonies do. The bible is clear, like in James chapter
2 that one does not have to break all of the law, but just one point of
it. It does not matter how much good one does because if they are in
lies and compromise with the enemy, deeds are pointless. There are
atheists that do good deeds. Those deeds will not save their soul
anymore than the deeds of a lying corrupt preacher. Paul said that
without love we are nothing, and nothing gets discarded.

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There Must Never Be Another Waco By Pastor Chuck Baldwin

Posted by soldierservant on May 20, 2008

Chuck confirms here what I have been saying about this case all along so
I know I am not alone on this topic. This is proof that there is no
difference from republican to democrat. I get so sick of all the
holier-than-thou self righteous neocon idiots that think they are better
than democrats or anyone else. Jesus said that unless your righteousness
surpasses that of the pharisees you will not enter the kingdom of God.
All these neocon phonies are the most hateful and unforgiving of
hypocrites. They are reserved for the blackest darkness (2 Peter 2:17).
They are also like brute beasts that are born to be caught and destroyed
(2 Peter 2:12). Those who are like these hateful evil hypocrites know
what you have coming to you. It would have been better if you had not
been born. Those who are silent about great injustices going on from our
government are cowards that will not inherit God’s kingdom. Sure, all
heathen and godless will pay the price for rebellion against God, but
all the religious neocon hypocrites will have it much worse. Jesus
defines the difference between the sheep and the goats in Matthew
chapter 25 as those who have compassion for the leasts of these. Those
who are for brutal government do not have any compassion and no mercy
will be shown to such. It is proven that republicans support abortion
(through TITLE X funding) more than anyone so you who still support them
know you will not escape. To be a neocon these days is no different than
being a nazi sympathizer in Hitler’s day. Blessed are those who have
mercy and compassion because they will be shown the same.

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This column is archived at
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2008/cbarchive_20080418.htmlOn February 28, 1993, agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF, now known as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives or BATFE) began their assault on the home of the Branch Davidians outside Waco, Texas. An unarmed David Koresh was shot by the agents as he stepped onto his front porch. A shootout resulted with several deaths on both sides.

Shortly afterward, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) took charge of the situation, and on April 19, 1993 agents from both departments (utilizing military hardware and both U.S. and foreign military advisers) assaulted the dwellings, which resulted in the deaths of 80 American citizens. Most of the victims were old men, women, and small children.

The events at Waco have contributed to the disdain of federal abuse of power like nothing since the Boston Massacre back in 1770. (By comparison, the British killed 5 Americans in that assault.) Moved by grassroots pressure, the Congress of the United States convened special hearings into the conduct of those federal agencies responsible for the Waco debacle. The result was less than satisfactory to many Americans.

The congressional hearings, along with eyewitness testimony and subsequent infrared video of the events at Waco led many to believe that federal agents were allowed to lie under oath with impunity. It is a fact that crucial evidence was conveniently “lost” by federal agents.  Worse still was the release of videotapes of the events by investigative reporters showing the utter absurdity and duplicity of the government’s account of the tragedy.

At the end of the hearings, questions remained unanswered, and no one within the federal government was held accountable. Davidians who survived the raid were tried for murder. A jury found them innocent, but no charges were ever brought against any federal agents.

Whatever one thinks of David Koresh and the Branch Davidians, they had committed no capital crimes. Neither could the charges of child abuse, illegal weapons, or illegal drug activity (charges that were used by the feds to justify their raid) be substantiated.

Furthermore, it is unconscionable (not to mention a violation of U.S. law as prescribed in the Posse Comitatus Act–a law that President Bush recently had the audacity to expunge, by the way) that tanks and other military equipment would be used against mostly women and children within our own country. The bizarre tactics employed by the BATF and FBI at Waco are unfathomable and unforgivable! Our government has been more lenient and patient when dealing with many of America’s deadliest enemies than it was in dealing with those poor Davidians.

There must never be another Waco!

God-given, constitutional liberties apply to every American, even those who are considered strange or unconventional. Under no circumstances must we allow federal agencies (or any other agencies, for that matter) to circumvent the laws of our nation that protect individual life and liberty. And, unfortunately, with the advent of the Patriot Act, the federal government has far more power and authority–and individuals have far less freedom and protection–than in 1993. This portends an even more ominous future for liberty.

The demands of liberty and justice rest upon us all. Certainly, Congress plays a part. Their investigation into Waco was inept, to say the least. The media also plays an important role. They have the power to inform; they also have the power to sedate. Absent a love for truth and justice by a lackadaisical media and a cowardly Congress, the fires of Waco still burn in the heart of the American conscience.

Beyond that, under the Bush administration, we have watched the size and scope of the federal government burgeon to proportions never before seen. It seems clear that we have entered an era of unlimited and unbridled federal power and authority. Can we assume, therefore, that more Wacos are on the horizon?

It is incumbent upon each of us to seriously ponder our future. It is imperative that each of us be willing to study, once again, the great principles upon which this country was built. Such a study demands that we re-familiarize ourselves with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. We must re-read our Declaration of Independence. We must read the words of wisdom and warning delivered by our Founding Fathers. In short, we must be completely familiar with the principles of liberty, because those principles made us, and those principles will keep us. Without them, liberty’s future is about as permanent as the wooden buildings at Mt. Carmel. Without them, the fire of tyranny will reduce us to the cinders of obscurity as surely as did the fire outside Waco, Texas on April 19, 1993.

 

 

(c) Chuck Baldwin chuck@chuckbaldwinlive.com

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Christians Should Support Constitutional Government

Posted by soldierservant on November 12, 2007

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I was honored to speak before the National Committee of the
Constitution Party on Thursday, October 25, 2007 in Council Bluffs,
Iowa. Today’s column is a condensed version of that address.

Daniel Webster is regarded as perhaps America’s most notable jurist.
Webster said, “Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the
Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster, and what has
happened once in 6000 years may not happen again. Hold on to the
Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will
be anarchy throughout the world.”

He also said, “The hand that destroys the Constitution rends our Union
asunder forever.”

Please remember that this is the same Daniel Webster who said: “If we
abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go on
prospering and to prosper; but if we and our posterity neglect its
instruction and authority, no man can tell how sudden a catastrophe
may overwhelm us and bury all our glory in profound obscurity.”

You see how Daniel Webster (like most of America’s founders) was a man
with deeply-held Christian convictions. He believed the Bible. He was
a devout believer. And he found no contradictions between the Bible
and the Constitution. In fact, he believed (as do I) that the
Constitution is the best safeguard for Christian liberty that we have.

When any constitutionally-elected officeholder assumes office, he or
she promises to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the
United States. They don’t promise to represent “conservative
principles” or to be “loyal to a political party,” etc. The
Constitution is the contract between “We the people” and our civil
magistrates.

When you or I hire an electrician or plumber to do work for us, we
sign a contract for specific work to be done. And at the end of the
day, I really don’t care whether he claims to be a Christian or where
he goes to church or how religious he claims to be. When the work is
finished, I want my lights to turn on and my toilet to flush. In other
words, I expect him to live up to his contract.

When we elect people to public office, we should expect only one
thing: that they uphold their contract to preserve, protect, and
defend the Constitution of the United States.

You see, adherence to the Constitution protects our freedom of speech
and assembly; our freedom of worship; our right to keep and bear arms;
our right to a trial by jury; the right to be secure in our own homes
against police overreach; our right to witness for Christ in public,
as a Christian; the right to own property; the right to not be
deprived of life or property without due process of law; the right to
face our accusers, and the right to keep government local and limited.

In fact, keeping government local and limited is the cornerstone
doctrine of American government. In most nations, the federal
government holds power over virtually every area of the lives of its
people. Not so in America–at least, not in the America that was
originally crafted.

Most of the problems that we are now dealing with socially,
culturally, financially, etc., stem from America abandoning the basic
founding principle that “the government that governs least governs
best.”

Accordingly, America’s commitment to life, liberty, and the pursuit of
happiness has been (and is being) systematically stripped from us–not
by State legislatures, but mostly by agencies of the federal
government.

Consider how it has been federal courts that have banned prayer in
school, and legalized abortion and homosexual marriage. Even in the
liberal State of Massachusetts it was the courts (along with a
compliant liberal governor, Mitt Romney), that forced acceptance of
homosexual marriage upon the people.

Today, we have federal departments and agencies almost without number.
We have the Department of Education, the Department of Transportation,
the Department of Energy, the Department of Homeland Security, the
Department of Agriculture, the Department of Commerce, the Department
of Health and Human Services, the Department of Housing and Urban
Development, the Department of Justice, the Department of Labor, the
Department of State, the Department of the Treasury, the Department of
the Interior, etc., etc., ad infinitum, ad nauseum.

Each and every federal department and agency, in its own way and for
its own purposes, to one degree or another, ignores or violates
constitutional government. And as a result, they contravene and strip
away the rights and freedoms of States collectively and of the people
individually.

The result of this gargantuan federal monstrosity includes
back-breaking taxation and over-regulation, which fuel inflation,
stymie productivity, and invite foreign influence.

One only has to observe how President Bush is now appealing to the
U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of an illegal Mexican alien who raped and
murdered two Houston, Texas teenagers, arguing that his death sentence
should be overturned and that he should be given a new trial. Bush’s
reason? Illegal aliens should be under the authority of a UN “world
court” instead of the State of Texas’ authority.

Observe how Bush is pushing for amnesty for illegal aliens. See how he
has merged these United States into a regional government by signing
onto the Security and Prosperity Partnership agreement with Canada and
Mexico. See how he is pushing for a NAFTA superhighway. Observe how he
and other globalists are planning to replace the U.S. dollar with a
regional, multinational currency called the Amero.

Furthermore, virtually every administration for the last fifty years
has engaged in an aggressive nation-building foreign policy. (Can
anyone say, “Iraq”?) In addition, in contradiction to the stated
warnings of our nation’s founders, they have actively pursued
entangling alliances with unfriendly governments. The past three
administrations in particular have deliberately steered our country
down a path of multiculturalism, globalism, and elitism.

Pastors, especially, should fight for constitutional government! Do
you preachers really think that there will be any room for the
old-time Gospel when the globalists and elitists in the federal
government have finished with their diabolical schemes?

Already, President Bush repeatedly tells us that Christians and
Muslims–and all other religions–worship the same God. How long will
you preachers be able to preach the narrow message of salvation, that
Christ is the only way to Heaven, when Bush’s doctrine of Universalism
is the accepted religion? And make no mistake about it: Universalism
is the national religion of the United Nations, the European Union,
and the emerging North American Union.

The Department of Homeland Security is already holding seminars for
pastors, instructing them how they should ask their congregants to
turn in their firearms in the event that the President declares a
national emergency. How many of you pastors are prepared to become an
instrument of gun confiscation for global government?

This is what happens when we abandon constitutional government.

It is not enough that a candidate says he is a Christian. Every
politician I know, or have ever known, says they are a Christian–at
least every four years. It is not enough that a candidate carries a
giant-print Bible to church. It is not enough that he says he prays or
says that “faith is important.”

The truth is, if the candidate is a sincere Christian, he or she will
all the more readily obey his or her oath to preserve, protect, and
defend the Constitution of the United States. After all, does not our
Lord tell us that our yea is to be yea and our nay is to be nay? In
other words, genuine believers are to be true to their word. How,
then, could a true Christian make a promise before God and the
American people to preserve, protect, and defend the U.S. Constitution
and then turn around and ignore that promise? He couldn’t.

Therefore, a professing believer who is elected to public office and
then ignores his or her promise to the Constitution proves that he or
she is not a true Christian but a phony who only uses a religious
testimony to dupe Christians.

Take the issue of abortion, for example. Ron Paul proposed the
“Sanctity of Life Act of 2005” (and 2007), which would require that
“human life shall be deemed to exist from conception, without regard
to race, sex, age, health, defect, or condition of dependency”

The bill also provides that “the Congress recognizes that each State
has the authority to protect unborn children…” And that “the Supreme
Court shall not have jurisdiction to review …the performance of
abortions; or the provision of public expenses of funds, facilities,
personnel, or other assistance for the performance of abortions.”

In other words, Dr. Paul understands that Article. III. Section. 2. of
the U.S. Constitution gives to Congress the authority to rein in an
abusive judiciary and take the issue of abortion (or homosexual
marriage or fill in the blank) out from under the jurisdiction of the
Court. This means that should Congressman Paul’s bill become law,
abortion on demand ends and Roe v Wade is overturned.

So, please tell me why, after having control of both houses of
Congress and the White House for six years, did these “pro-life”
Republicans in Congress and a “pro-life” President not pass Dr.
Paul’s bill?  Why? Because they really do not give a hoot about
abortion, but only use pro-life rhetoric to dupe conservative voters.

In addition, those conservatives who have followed President Bush’s
preemptive war doctrine are the ones who have abandoned historical
conservative principles. Before G.W. Bush changed the landscape,
conservatives–especially Christian conservatives–mostly subscribed
to Augustine’s “just war” theory regarding accepted protocols for the
conduct of war. Today, however, many professing conservatives have
foolishly followed Bush’s “preemptive war” theory, which, before now,
was practiced mostly by pagan emperors. As Christians, however, we
should still subscribe to “just war.”

In concert with “just war” philosophy (not to mention American
history), Christians should agree with Ron Paul’s approach to dealing
with terrorists. He authored H.R. 3076, the September 11 Marque and
Reprisal Act of 2001. According to Paul, “A letter of marque and
reprisal is a constitutional tool specifically designed to give the
president the authority to respond with appropriate force to those
non-state actors who wage war against the United States while limiting
his authority to only those responsible for the atrocities of that
day. Such a limited authorization is consistent with the doctrine of
just war and the practical aim of keeping Americans safe while
minimizing the costs in blood and treasure of waging such an
operation.”

This is precisely what President Thomas Jefferson did when America’s
ships were confronted with Barbary pirates on the high seas.

If the United States government had listened to Ron Paul, we would not
have lost nearly 4,000 American soldiers and Marines, spent over $1
trillion, and gotten bogged down in an endless civil war from which
there is no equitable extraction. Furthermore, had we listened to Dr.
Paul, Osama bin Laden would no doubt be dead, as would most of his
al-Qaeda operatives, and we would be less vulnerable to future
terrorist attacks, instead of being more vulnerable, which is the case
today.

How can anyone say with a straight face that they are fighting a war
on terrorism while at the same time doing absolutely nothing to secure
our borders and ports?!

I submit that every true American, especially conservative Christians,
should enthusiastically support constitutional government. I further
believe that a President who would take his oath to the Constitution
seriously would bring a new birth of freedom to America the likes of
which has not been seen since 1776. May God give us such a man!

(c) Chuck Baldwin chuck@chuckbaldwinlive.com

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