Wednesday, October 7, 2015

The Beginning of Another American Century

Newt Gingrich 
On why Carson, Fiorina, Trump, Rubio, Cruz & the American People
Are Better than the Republican Establishment Thinks We Are

Monday, October 5, 2015

What Obama Did During Netanyahu’s UN Speech Is The Ultimate Slap In Israel’s Face

Even as President Obama has been working as hard as he can to make the Middle East a more dangerous place by arming Iran with nuclear weapons, he also just snubbed the only true ally we have in the region by refusing to allow the top members of the US delegation to the UN to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech earlier this week.


Sunday, October 4, 2015

Never Again?

The world's only serving statesman makes the best speech since Reagan

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Tea Party must declare war!

Our country is under attack from the liberal left and we need to spread our message of discontent. Recently there was an editorial piece from a writer in the Washington Post re-printed in the South Jersey Times. I took issue with the piece, not because I endorse any presidential candidate, but because in my opinion the writer attempted to accuse the leading Republican candidates of racism, because they did not jump to Obama's side when a radical accused him of being Muslim. Many people have stopped their South Jersey Times subscription. I kept mine so I can read what they are publishing, though I disagree with 99%. The following is my response to the editorial they published. When you read something you disagree with - react. WRITE YOUR OPINIONS to any and all sources whether the above subject paper or any other source.

To the Editor:

Regarding Jonathan Capehart's syndicated column in the Sept. 22 print edition:

Does the South Jersey Times endorse Capehart's opinion in "Trump and Carson: Neither candidate is fit for the White House"?
Reading between the lines, Capehart seems to assert that Republican front-runners Donald Trump and Ben Carson are endorsing racism because they did not defend President Barack Obama against a radical's shout during a Trump campaign event that Obama is a Muslim

The writer could go back in history to the time when Catholics, Jews, Mormons, etc., were said to be unfit for the White House. The crux of the matter is that candidates or persons of those religions would not be expected to subjugate the U.S. Constitution to the tenets of Sharia Law.

Any candidate of any religion who runs for the presidency is questioned to affirm that he or she would uphold the Constitution and our system of laws. When Sharia Law advocates elevate women to the same level of men, maybe front-running candidates would endorse followers who prefer our Constitution over Sharia.

Obama has not been proven to be a Muslim as charged by the shouting radical. The president did, however, swear an oath to protect the Constitution –  though some doubt his intentions. He repeatedly asserted that you can keep your insurance and doctor. Regarding "Obamacare, many people feel they were lied to when Obama stated that they could keep their existing insurance and their doctors. They no longer believe Obama. 

Does the Times agree with Capehart's accusations of Republican bigotry?
Gerald Keer
Editor's note: Opinion columns, bylined "op-ed" articles and signed letters express the views of the writer, not the Times.

[ Note; the above note claims they did not agree with the responding writer's opinion nor the 'bylined-article'. HMMM; who do they agree with?]

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

He Won't Uphold the Constitution

Why is there no outcry from the fourth estate?
Find page after page of select law non-enforcement by OBAMA.
Why are the Republicans murmuring, and not shouting in a joint session of Congress?
Why are people not writing to Congress, papers, or friends with outcries for national action?


What puzzles me is why Hillary's postings or e-mails on a private server address (which the FBI now says were not erased) were not questioned by government or departmental workers.

Will the SJT Print My letter?

This following letter is my response to the South Jersey Times and their continuing posting of anti-Republican or Conservative point of views, It will be interesting to see if they will print my obvious distaste,

September 23, 2015

Dear Editor,

Does the South Jersey Times endorse Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post in his opinion that “- neither candidate (front running Republicans) is fit for the White House”? Reading between the lines, Capehart seemed to assert that the front runners, because they did not defend Obama against a radical’s shout that he is a Muslim, are therefore endorsing racism. Capehart could go back in history to the time when Catholics, Jews, Mormons, etc. were remarked to be unfit for the White House. The crux of the matter is that candidates or persons of those religions do not subjugate our United States Constitution to the tenets of Sharia Law.

When and if any Candidate; Muslim, Jew, Catholic Mormon, Christian, etc. runs for Presidency they are questioned to affirm they are of no opposition to our Constitution or the system of our laws. When, as an example, Sharia Law advocates elevate women to the level of men, maybe then Front Running Republicans will endorse the followers who prefer our Constitution over Sharia. Obama was not and has not been proven to be a Muslim as charged by the shouting radical.

Obama, did swear an oath to protect the Constitution, though some doubt his intentions. He repeatedly asserted that you can keep your insurance and doctor. Many insurance subscribers feel they were lied to and they no longer believe Obama. Is the South Jersey Times akin to Capehart’s accusations of Republican bigotry? Just reading between the lines.

Gerald Keer

Not just Catholicism at risk.

By Patrick Buchanan   |   Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015 07:37 AM
During the 1950s, the twin pillars of worldwide anti-communism were Dwight Eisenhower's America and the Roman Catholic Church of Pope Pius XII.

During the 1980s, the last decade of the Cold War, Ronald Reagan and the Polish Pope, John Paul II, were the pillars of resistance.

When Pope Francis arrives in Washington today, the country he enters will be a very different one from Eisenhower's America or Reagan's America. And Catholics will be welcoming a new kind of Pope.

In America 2015, homosexuality, abortion on demand, and same-sex marriage — shameful crimes in Ike's America, mortal sins in the catechism of Pius XII — have become constitutional rights.

These represent the values that define Barack Obama's America, the values our officials defend at the United Nations, the values we preach to the world.

What Ike's America saw as decadence, Obama's America calls progress. And among its noisiest celebrants are our Catholic vice president, Joe Biden, and the Catholic leader of the Democratic Party in the House, former Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Since Eisenhower's time, Christianity, the faith that created the West, has been purged from American public life. The Bible, prayer, and all Christian art, books and symbols have been expunged from the public schools as they were in Cuba when Fidel Castro took power.

Our cradle faith cannot be taught in our public schools.

America is a different country today, a secular and post-Christian nation on its way to becoming anti-Christian. Some feel like strangers in their own land. And from the standpoint of traditional Catholicism, American culture is an open sewer. A vast volume of the traffic on the Internet is pornography.

Ironically, as all this unfolds in what was once "God's country," Vladimir Putin seeks to re-establish Eastern Orthodox Christianity as the basis of morality and law in Russia. And one reads in The Wall Street Journal on Monday that Xi Jinping is trying to reintroduce his Chinese communist comrades to the teachings of Confucianism.

The world is turned upside down. Every civilization seems to recognize the necessity of faith except for the West, which has lost its faith and is shrinking and dying for lack of it.

In a New York Times article this month, "Are Western Values Losing Their Sway?"  Steven Erlanger writes: "In its rejection of Western liberal values of sexual equality and choice, conservative Russia finds common cause with many in Africa and with the religious teachings of Islam, the Vatican, fundamentalist Protestants and Orthodox Jews."

Yet what Erlanger describes as "conservative Russia" does seem to share values with America, only it is the America of 1955, another country from the America of 2015. Which raises a question: Does moral truth change?

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote, "The best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market."

But is this true? A decade after his beer hall putsch failed in Munich, Adolf Hitler's Nazi party won the largest number of Germans ever to vote in a democratic election. He had succeeded in the marketplace of ideas. Did that democratic ratification make Hitler's ideas true? Or does truth exist independent of the marketplace?

Secular America, which has purged Christianity, preaches a new gospel to the world: liberal democracy as the salvation of mankind.

Yet, did not Winston Churchill, icon of the democracy worshippers, tell us that "the best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter"?

The Catholic Church, too, faces a growing crisis of moral consistency and credibility. The church of Pius XII and John Paul II taught that the truths of the Ten Commandments brought down from Sinai and the truths of the Sermon on the Mount are eternal.

Those Popes also taught that a valid marriage is indissoluble, that homosexuality is unnatural and immoral, that abortion is the killing of the innocent unborn, an abomination.

Yet one reads regularly of discussions inside the Vatican to alter what is infallible church teaching on these doctrines to make the church more appealing to those who have rejected them.

As the Pope arrives in America, some Catholics are calling for an acceptance of contraception, the ordination of women and a new acceptance of homosexuality. Yet the Episcopalians, who have embraced all these "reforms" and more, appear to be going the way of James Fenimore Cooper's Mohicans.

In Cuba, Pope Francis declined to address the repression of the Castro brothers. Will he also avoid America's moral crisis to chatter on about income inequality and climate change and find common ground with Obama?

What has come out of the Vatican in the past two years is moral confusion. Yet as Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput reminds us, "confusion is of the devil." It is also trifling with schism.

Having emerged victorious in the 70-year ideological struggle against one of the greatest enemies that mankind has ever known, Marxism-Leninism, are the United States and the Catholic Church heading for the same desuetude and disintegration?

Patrick Buchanan has been a senior adviser to three presidents, a two-time candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, and was the presidential nominee of the Reform Party in 2000. He also was the founding member of NBC’s "The McLaughlin Group," and CNN’s "Capital Gang" and "Crossfire." His latest book is "The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority." For more of his reports, Go Here Now.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Donald Trump Demonstrates Our Impatience With Failure