Friday, May 25, 2012

Today is "Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day"

A few days ago Lee Stranahan ( @stranahan on twitter) sent out this message: Friday, May 25th Is “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day”

UPDATE 3:05pm: From Lee Stranahan @stranahan:
Do These Voices Sound the Same to You?

What do you think?
Included is this video: 'Who is Brett Kimberlin Part 1'

It is contended that Brett Kimberlin not only scrubs google/internet to remove any information about himself, but also attacks those who write/blog against him.

This is where 'Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day' comes in.  As Lee States:
The only effective way I to fight Brett Kimberlin is for as many people to research and write about him as possible.

So I’m declaring this Friday, May 25th as Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day.

Here’s what you do to take part…

Research Brett Kimberlin on your own. Don’t trust secondary sources; look for the original articles published about him, too.
On Friday, May 25th — write an honest, factually accurate post about what you learned and what your OPINION is. Brett may try and sue you, so be accurate, factual and separate fact from opinion.
The post doesn’t have to be long — ANYTHING helps.
After you post, Tweet, share, whatever — get the post out there.
This morning Lee posted: Welcome To Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day!

You can also hear Lee, Brandon Darby, Aaron Walker and Liberty Chick discuss it on this mornings Darby Stranahan Podcast.

Bloggers are coming out of the woodwork. One of the most intense post is Patterico's post: Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin, Neal Rauhauser, Ron Brynaert, and Their Campaign of Political Terrorism

Twitter is abuzz with the hashtag #BrettKimberlin.  Check it out.

Here are some tweets and blogs that have been posted today:

Michelle Malkin posted these, among others:

Meet Soros-Funded Domestic Terrorist Brett Kimberlin Whose ‘Job’ Is Terrorizing Bloggers Into Silence

Mandy Nagy, @libertychick on twitter posts a link to her original 2010 article that cause her to receive threats:

If you want more, go to the twitter hashtag #BrettKimberlin it's all there.

Also go to and type in Kimberlin to see more articles about Brett Kimberlin.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Obama's Divisionary Policies Drop Kick Judeo-Christian America

Since the time I wrote Obama and American Jews' movement from Left to Right in July 2011, there has been further disillusion of the Obama administration by not only the Jews but many Americans including many Catholics.  Obama's policies are dividing our nation.

Senator Marco Rubio, in a speech in North Carolina  on May 19, 2012, said (about mark 38:10 of video below) of President Obama "We have not seen such a divisive figure in modern American history as we have over the last three and a half years.” Obama is dividing the nation and forcing, not only the Jews but all of America, to choose sides in his class warfare, his first step in creating a completely socialist nation with him as it's leader. Divide and conquer. Slowly the nation is waking up to what Obama is doing and the path he is leading us down.

Rubio's speech is worth watching in its entirety. 
If you are time limited, watch from time stamp 37 minutes.

While there are, and will always be staunch leftist/liberal/Progressive/Democratic die hard Jews, there are those who are moving from the far left towards the right moving toward the center and even right of center. 

According to Public Religion Research Institute poll Jewish support of Obama is down from 78% in 2008 to 62% currently.  That's a 16% drop.  Many are seeing the failed policies of the Obama administration destroy America and her economy. They see the direction President Obama is taking, towards a socialist society, is not working. In their disillusionment many Jews, like other Americans, are moving away from socialist ideas and even away from the lesser progressive ideas and toward more centrist and conservative viewpoint.  Some are simply moving away from Obama.

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan
Not only is Obama chasing away the Jews, but the Catholics as well.  12 federal lawsuits by 43 Catholic institutions across the country in response to Obama’s contraception mandate Cardinal Timothy Dolan is leading the fight and has stated that the mandate is contrary to the “deeply held and constitutionally-protected religious beliefs” of Catholic organizations. Dolan is prepared to take the fight all the way to the Supreme Court.

Never in my lifetime do I remember the federal government being sued on such a large scale.

President Obama's approval rating has been gradually declining according to Rasmussen Reports:
Even many those who remain liberal/leftist/Democratic are becoming disillusioned with Obama and will not vote for him.  Many will be voting for the GOP candidate, who is likely to be Romney. Other's will be writing in or voting for a myriad of others. Some will abstain from voting altogether.

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday, May 22, 2012 shows Romney gaining on President Obama with Obama earning 46% of the vote and Romney attracting 44% support. Four percent (4%) would vote for a third party candidate, while another six percent (6%) are undecided.  The decline in Jewish and Catholic support will likely translate to fewer votes for Obama. 

The Catholic vote was an important factor in his winning the 2008 election, losing it could mean the loss of some states, especially the swing states such as Florida. The Jewish vote could further help determine some of the swing states. It doesn't look good for the president that the states will swing his way. 

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Critical Race Theory War: The Truth is Out There

In Thomas Sowell’s piece ‘A Censored Race War,’ The media ignore racially motivated black-on-white crime’ he states “…race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson but also lesser-known people in the media, in educational institutions, and elsewhere who hype grievances and make all the problems of blacks the fault of whites.”  It is the likes of Sharpton and Jackson who perpetuate the hate and incite the black on white violence.  They are also the ones who used the death of Trayvon Martin to attempt to further their Critical Race war, to make him a martyr for their cause.  The proof of this is crystal clear when you look at who they choose to promote their critical race theory war.
As John T. Bennett points out in ‘Critical Race Theory: A Cult of Anti-White Resentment’  “Critical race theorists do not merely look at racial questions.  Like zealots, they give answers; they preach a doctrine, seek converts, and condemn nonbelievers.  Indeed, Critical Race Theory is the primary source of Orwellian ‘hate speech’ proposals.”  What better way to promote the hate than to use someone, such as Trayvon Martin, as a poster boy for the cause.  Sharpton and Jackson, today’s Critical Race Theory biggest proponents, were quick to snatch up Martin as their martyr. 

The media, the same one who ignores the black on white violence, paints the picture of the small, innocent black child brutally, purposefully gunned down by a racist white man.  As more and more details were revealed and continue to be revealed, the case isn’t as black and white as the media portrayed it to be.  While all the details of the case haven’t been released and the case has not gone to trial, what is clear is that this is not a simple case of a white man shooting a black boy.  The lines begin to blur and the color fades to grey as more and more information about the case is released.  The shining poster child has been found, upon autopsy, to have marijuana in his system at the time of his death and that witness statements show Martin on top of Zimmerman, beating him, at the time of the incident.  This is supported by photographs released showing a bloodied George Zimmerman taken by police.

Information on Zimmerman shows that he is not white, but of mixed race, mostly Hispanic, a white father but also has a black great-grandfather.  A photo shown by Orlando Attorney Mark NeJame is said to show George Zimmerman's great-grandfather.
Above is Zimmerman's grandmother, and his mother is in the man's arms
according to Orlando Attorney Mark NeJame.
Sharpton must have seen something of value in order to make Trayvon Martin his poster child.  Perhaps the answer is in the assumption was that Martin was an innocent black child, The media, and also Sharpton and Jackson use younger, angelic looking Martin photos and portray Martin as such.  They also portray Zimmerman a racist white man.  Additional evidence is that Sharpton, Jackson and the media skirt the truth or modify, edit information or invent “truth” in order to validate the martyrdom such as edited 911 calls or calling Zimmerman a ‘white’ Hispanic.

This becomes even more apparent when you realize that not only are the black on white crimes ignored, but observing the circumstances surrounding the deaths of black people whose death is not publicized the Sharpton and the like.  It is striking to note that another young Sanford man was killed just 3 months before the death of Trayvon Martin. Brian Robinson’s body was found in neighboring Osteen, FL on Thursday, November 3, 2011. Robinson’s death was ruled a homicide, the identity of the killer is still unknown.  Sharpton, Jackson or the national media have never even mentioned Robinson.

Why did the case of Trayvon Martin gain the attention of Sharpton, Jackson and national media and Brian Robinson's did not?  Was it because his mother didn’t ‘care’ the way Martin’s mother did?  No, Brian’s mother is still posting fliers asking for any information about the murder. Someone continues to take down the fliers and she continues to put them up.  There is a $1000 reward, yet there still have been no arrests.  Surely a mother who is still posting fliers would accept Sharpton’s help were it offered.  But it wasn’t offered.  Why hasn’t Al Sharpton and the like picked up this case and coddled it like they did Martin’s case?  Though Brian is black, the color of his attacker(s) is unknown, thereby rendering the case useless for the critical race theory baiting of Sharpton. 

It has become clear that the Critical Race Theory army is being successful in gain support of the media.  They play along with the Critical Race Theory either they are buying in to the 'poor me' cries of the Critical Race Theory proponents or they are simply afraid of being called racist.  Sharpton and Jackson, two of the most notorious leaders of the Critical Race Theory movement are not helping the black population advance, the are keeping them as victims and insisting that blacks be treated differently than all other people.  The media is helping them by elevating some stories with an attempt to focus the attention of the nation on the cases that support Critical Race Theory and overlooking those that don't.  This is an attempt to keep the nation oblivious to the fact that there are other forms of racism, black on white hate for example.  Fortunately, with social media, citizen reporters and bloggers, the media is no longer the only source of information out there.  As Mulder said in the X-Files, 'the truth is out there' and it will come out.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

The Reality of Thomas Jefferson's Spirituality

Thomas Jefferson

Revised and edited 8/17/12

I keep hearing people remark that many of the founding fathers were not Christian and some, Thomas Jefferson in particular, were atheist and that Christianity had no part in the creation of the United States. One only has to read Jefferson's own words to know that he was a Christian who believed in God and followed the teachings of Jesus Christ and to see how he influenced the founding of the nation based on his, and the other founding fathers, Christian beliefs.

Thomas Jefferson’s views were misunderstood or even somewhat disliked during his lifetime, he needed to change his Statute of Virginia for religious freedom in order for it to be passed, yet the Statute of Virginia was one of 3 items (the other two being the author of the Declaration of Independence and Father of the University of Virginia)  put on the epitaph on his tombstone (he did not want his presidency listed on his tombstone) indicating the importance he placed on it. “All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.” 

Jefferson abhorred the mainstream, organized Christian religions of his day calling them "Romish Follies," and believed "He who follows this steadily need not, I think, be uneasy, although he cannot comprehend the subtleties and mysteries erected on his doctrines by those who, calling themselves his special followers and favorites.” He disagreed with portions of the Bible and creating his own Jefferson Bible entitled The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth. Because he shunned traditional religion and disregarded portions of the Bible is, perhaps, where a common misconception, that he was atheist or not Christian, stems from. But contrary to this belief, Jefferson was an active Christian.

Jefferson made donations to a number of different churches in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Charlottesville and he regularly attended church throughout his life. Evidence supports that he became a religious Unitarian Christian. While Jefferson never joined a specific Unitarian Church, as John Adams did, he was friendly with and frequently enjoyed attending Unitarian services with Unitarian Minister Joseph Priestley. In addition to Adams, Jefferson regularly corresponded with Unitarian church members Thomas Cooper, Jared Sparks, and Benjamin Waterhouse in regards to religion.

Though Jefferson was not a traditional Christian, he believed in and and followed the teachings (though not all, but can you find even one person who follows all the teachings in the Bible?) of Christ “Of all the systems of morality, ancient or modern, which have come under my observation, none appear to me so pure as that of Jesus."

He defends being Christian: "To the corruptions of Christianity I am indeed opposed; but not to the genuine precepts of Jesus himself. I am a Christian, in the only sense he wished any one to be; sincerely attached to his doctrines, in preference to all others; ascribing to himself every human excellence; & believing he never claimed any other.”and that his bible was "proof that I am a real Christian, that is to say, a disciple of the doctrines of Jesus, very different from the Platonists, who call me infidel and themselves Christians and preachers of the gospel.” It is not for me to argue with Thomas Jefferson his beliefs and to evaluate how 'good' a Christian he was, he was a Christian.

Adams and Jefferson
Jefferson and John Adams were friends and it was Adams who persuaded the committee to have Jefferson pen the declaration.  The Declaration of Independence went through many incarnations.  It was determined that a preamble, stating the reasoning for the declaration, was needed and this was penned by John Adams and includes the phrase: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”  It is likely throughout the penning process of both the preamble and the Declaration that Jefferson and Adams would have had discussions and it is probable that Jefferson would have influenced Adams famous line of the preamble as Jefferson had stated previously in 1774: “The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time; the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.”  Both Adams and Jefferson signed the Declaration showing agreement with the content.  

Jefferson placed high importance on religious freedom most likely because he did not subscribe to the common religious beliefs of his day.  He was a religious man, a Christian, who believed in God and in Christ and believed that government should not interfere in the way one worshipped.  Proof of this lies in a letter to the Danbury Baptist Association,“Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should “make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, thus building a wall of separation between church and State.” Jefferson later reiterated “Religion... a matter between every man and his Maker in which no other, and far less the public, had a right to intermeddle and in.He believed this so fervently that Jefferson convinced James Madison to write the Amendments/Bill of Rights to the Constitution and in particular the First Amendment which states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" to protect religious freedom, not stifle it.

Jefferson was a Christian and his Christianity, although not considered traditional by many, and the Christian beliefs of the people and of the founders is what this nation was built on.  Their Christian values, Jefferson's inparticularly, and their belief and faith in God and the desire for relgious freedom that is seen throughout our founding documents, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitiution and the Bill of Rights.