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Kevin Swanson: Federal judiciary is rotten to the core and runs our military

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Kevin Swanson Federal judiciary is rotten to the core and runs our military

Our military has been the last bastion of conservatives, while our judiciary has been the progressive arm for almost half a century. While President Trump has tried to prevent transgenders from serving our military, the progressive courts of our day and age overruled our President. Our courts are in rebellion against the law of God and determined to go their own way and prove God wrong.

Kevin Swanson does not mention pushing Convention of States (Article V) but I shall. The Conservatives need to put the courts in check. Otherwise, these progressives will just keep trying to prove they are better than God. Most of our justices come from the elite colleges (especially Harvard) that have abandoned a Judeo-Christian worldview in favor of a progressive one. Its been going on for a long time. Now, these fools who say they are so wise are now one step closer to our destruction of a nation if not the world.

All for what, public expression of sin? One thing progressives want is to be able to sin when it comes to sexual morals, and transgenderism does indeed tie into sexual sin. S-E-X just feels too good…and it does.

Swanson points out Deuteronomy 22:5, Ephesians 4:18-19 and Romans 1:26-28 and proving God’s Word correctly to the continued social ills of our nation, and even proves radio talker Michael Savage (not mentioned by Swanson) that “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder.”

There are certain mentally unstable people that should have been kept locked in mental hospitals. But, these people have been allowed to run free and way too many of them have influenced our public policy. When people react with anger and rage against the law of God, it is only proving God right once again. Their hearts and mind are hardened and so hardened that Satan has them where he wants them. Just waiting for his POD from their awaiting souls. Only God Almighty can take certain POD’s away from this “entitled” fallen angel.

Bradley/Chelsea Manning has gotten away with so much and helped with the destruction of a nation. Manning needs the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and even if that repulses him/her, we still have to let Manning know. Only the devil would tell you that his Father hates him and the rest of us with passion. Nope, just hates sin with a passion, and that needs to be punished. You just don’t have to go to Hell for that sin.

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Military Sex Surgeries and Hormone Treatments | Generations

https://www.generations.org/programs/837The United States Military will now be busy taking care of their sex surgeries and hormone treatments for their male recruits who want to look like women, and vice versa. The military now pretty much represents the dry rot of the nation, as the foundations continue to erode. We take a look at the military’s prototype transgender: Bradley Manning – treasonous, transgendered, mentally unstable, suicidal. . . and pardoned by President Obama. The condition of the nation is perfectly realized in such examples. As Christians, what shall we do? Do we want to support government funding for transgender operations and suicide for guys like Manning? We explain the insanity of a nation with verses like Eph. 4:18,19 and Rom. 1:26-28.

Someone who wants to be a voice for liberty and freedom. Telecom (Radio/TV) Pikes Peak Community College 1993-1998, BS Journalism, minor Political Science, Colorado State University-Pueblo 1999-2004

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Trump misses the whole point of big military parades

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Trump misses the whole point of big military parades

Many countries put a lot of effort and spend a lot of money polishing their missiles, repainting their vehicles, and transporting a big chunk of their military apparatus just to display them to the people in a parade. President Trump got the idea from a French parade. We see images all the time of North Korean and Iranian military parades.

There’s a reason these and other countries have these parades. It comes down to an old business adage, “fake it ’til you make it.”

The United States doesn’t have to fake it. That’s why it should be no big deal that President Trump’s vision of a big parade seem to be postponed at best.

How Trump’s big military parade evaporated into thin air

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/08/17/how-trumps-big-military-parade-evaporated-into-thin-air.htmlWashington already has quite a few parades, including some with military participation held on Memorial Day and July 4. There was even a 1991 victory parade following the Gulf War complete with 8,000 marching troops, an F-117 Stealth Fighter, some tanks and a Patriot Missile Launcher.

But even that grand display of military hardware from the Gulf War didn’t seem to be what Trump had in mind. He noted that France had represented uniforms and equipment from different wars and that the Bastille Day parade lasted a full two hours. Trump said he envisioned a similar military extravaganza next July 4 down Washington’s famed Pennsylvania Avenue, which connects the White House to Capitol Hill.

Nations often try to build confidence and raise nationalism through parades. In many countries, it’s the best opportunity for the people to get a glimpse of the men and equipment set to protect them. It’s a confidence builder.

Not many Americans would say our military is too small or lacks technological advancements. A parade is not necessary to build American confidence. It would simply be a waste of taxpayer dollars.

The President may not get the big parade he wanted, but at least he and the rest of us know our military is effective whether we put it on display or not.

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Robert Wood Johnson on the failed Iran deal

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Robert Wood Johnson on the failed Iran deal

As ambassador to the United Kingdom, Robert Wood Johnson understands the situation in Iran. He’s acutely aware that sanctions against Iran are the only thing short of military intervention that can prevent them from producing nuclear weapons in the near future. The Iran deal, the alleged hallmark of President Obama’s and Secretary of State Kerry’s legacy, has been clearly demonstrated as an utter failure.

Iran has not backed down. They’ve only placated the world when absolutely necessary with lies on top of lies. The United States is fighting back by pulling out of the deal and laying sanctions on Iran, but they need more to join the fight. Johnson is calling on his host nation to follow suit.

“Far from becoming a more responsible member of the international community, as we had all hoped, Iran grew bolder.”

Source: The Hill

US ambassador urges UK to pull out of Iran nuclear deal

http://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/401458-us-ambassador-urges-uk-to-pull-out-of-iran-nuclear-deal“It is clear that the danger from Iran did not diminish in the wake of the [2015 Iran] deal,” Johnson wrote. “Far from becoming a more responsible member of the international community, as we had all hoped, Iran grew bolder.”

“It is time to move on from the flawed 2015 deal,” he continued. “We are asking global Britain to use its considerable diplomatic power and influence and join us as we lead a concerted global effort toward a genuinely comprehensive agreement.”

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Donald Trump on the proposed new branch of the US armed forces

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Donald Trump on the proposed new branch of the US armed forces

Nobody has ever accused President Trump of being eloquent. The way he’s handling the new “Space Force” concept is, well, very Trumpish.

His actual Tweet is something you can’t make up:

“Space Force all the way!”

Go team, go!

Pence unveils plan for Congress to create Space Force by 2020

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/09/pence-unveils-plan-for-congress-to-create-space-force-by-2020.htmlTrump first floated the Space Force idea as a part of his national security strategy March 13. On Thursday, he expressed his enthusiasm for the plan in a tweet shortly after Pence made the announcement, saying: “Space Force all the way!”

The president described in March how he had originally coined the term as a joke, while discussing U.S. government spending and private investment in space. Trump then directed the Pentagon in June to immediately begin the creation of the new branch.

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