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Chuck Baldwin — Who Killed Joan Rivers?

September 10, 2014 2 comments

By Chuck Baldwin

September 11, 2014NewsWithViews.com

“No One Will Ever Call Michelle Obama A ‘Tranny’ Again

“Writing for Breitbart.com, John Nolte showed more perspicacity than almost anyone I’ve seen relative to the unexpected death of comedian Joan Rivers. Nolte wrote:

“With the death of Joan Rivers at 81 Thursday, we lost one more icon in a dwindling breed: the comedian who does not seek the good opinion of the powerful media and entertainment elite.“Just two months before her death, Rivers mocked President Obama as ‘gay’ and First Lady Michelle Obama as a ‘tranny,’ and caught hell for it from the likes of the Huffington Post. Those servants to power chided:

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Open Letter to my Friends in Law Enforcement

September 7, 2014 1 comment

Open Letter to my Friends in Law EnforcementWND ^ | Sept. 4, 2014 | Chuck BaldwinPosted on 9/7/2014, 1:34:46 PM by She_is_my_ heroNews with Views —

When I was a youngster, my dad told me, “Son, a policeman is your friend.” Through his jail and prison ministry, Dad became a personal friend of our county sheriff two of them, as a matter of fact–as well as scores of deputies and city police officers.

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Chuck Baldwin — Police Abuse, Riots, And AR-15 Rifles… “If you don’t have such a rifle, GO BUY ONE NOW! If you don’t have enough ammo, go buy it now. And if you live in a State or city that won’t let you buy one, MOVE!”

August 17, 2014 2 comments

By Chuck Baldwin

August 14, 2014NewsWithViews.com

The recent killing of an unarmed teenager by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer incited riots in and around the northern St. Louis area. As usual, the police version and the version of several eye witnesses lie in stark contrast. The police version is, the young man was struggling with the officer and trying to take his weapon from him–and the officer fired his weapon in self-defense. Several eyewitnesses say the young man had his hands in the air and was surrendering when the officer shot him.

The latter version is the more popular view of local residents, which prompted hundreds of people to riot. Yes, the victim was a young black man.It is very unfortunate and counter-productive when race becomes the focus of any story such as this. But it almost always does.

Our propaganda media, which loves to use the race card, almost always makes any such tragedy some kind of racial discrimination story. Sometimes it is; but more often than not, race had nothing to do with it.

It is also very unfortunate that among the vast majority of God-fearing, law-and-order Americans, policemen are automatically assumed to be guiltless in the face of accusations of police abuse. It’s almost like when a man puts on a badge and a gun, he becomes incapable of human misconduct

.Am I suggesting that a majority of police-killings are unjustified?

I am not. I still believe that the vast majority of our men and women in blue and brown for sheriff’s deputies are good-hearted, sincere, law-abiding people who do a tough job outstandingly well. The vast majority–but not all.Sadly, incidences of police abuse seem to be skyrocketing.

Examples of police arrogance and overreach are ubiquitous. More and more law enforcement personnel have an “us versus them” mentality. And the “them” are the citizens they the “us” took an oath to protect and serve. More and more policemen have a shoot-first-and-ask-questions-later mindset. And more and more of them look upon their fellow citizens as “the enemy.”True story: A Christian policeman was recently asked to speak at a church gathering.

The officer works in the traffic division of a small town. Mostly, he gives out parking and speeding tickets. As he opened his address to his fellow churchmen, he said, “I am a cop; I work among the dregs of society.”

Really? People who get parking tickets and drive 10 or 15 miles an hour over the speed limit are the “dregs” of society? That statement should have disqualified everything the officer had to say after that. But, sadly, the vast majority of Christians in the audience thundered their approval with choruses of “Amen!” This illustrates the depth of the problem we are now facing.Putting on a badge and a gun no more makes a man righteous than putting on a tool belt or a fire suit or a waitress apron or a clergyman’s frock or a welder’s helmet or a lab coat, etc. If anything, putting on a badge and a gun makes a man more accountable for his actions than an ordinary profession.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v73/gunnyg/th_big-1.jpgWhile the incident in Missouri is still being investigated, there are plenty of examples of police conduct that is either questionable at least or downright Gestapo-like at worst.

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Chuck Baldwin — New Research: Pastors Deliberately Keeping Flock In The Dark

August 6, 2014 1 comment

 

 

 

By Chuck Baldwin

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August 7, 2014NewsWithViews.com

George Barna is the foremost researcher of modern Christianity in the country. He recently spoke about a two-year research project studying why modern-day pastors and churches are so silent regarding political issues. The result of his research only confirms what I have been trying to tell people for years.

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But there was one thing his research uncovered that did somewhat surprise me.

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George Patton’s Summer of 1944

July 24, 2014 1 comment

George Patton’s Summer of 1944

Townhall.com ^ | July 24, 2014 | Victor Davis HansonPosted on 7/24/2014, 8:05:44 AM by Kaslin

Nearly 70 years ago, on Aug. 1, 1944, Lieutenant General George S. Patton took command of the American Third Army in France. For the next 30 days they rolled straight toward the German border.

 

 

 

Patton almost did not get a chance at his summer of glory. After brilliant service in North Africa and Sicily, fellow officers — and his German enemies — considered him the most gifted American field general of his generation. But near the conclusion of his illustrious Sicilian campaign, the volatile Patton slapped two sick GIs in field hospitals, raving that they were shirkers. In truth, both were ill and at least one was suffering from malaria.

 

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Anti-Russian Propaganda Unraveling… – LewRockwell.com

July 23, 2014 2 comments
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By Daniel McAdams

July 23, 2014Email PrintFacebookTwitterShare

Tuesday the US government admitted it had been bluffing about its certainty that Russia was behind the downing of Malaysian Air Flight MH-17 over Ukraine.

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This dramatic turn of events started with State Department Spokeswoman Marie Harf claiming Monday that the State Department’s certainty of Russian involvement in the apparent downing of the plane was primarily based on “social media” evidence.

That means with a likely budget of more than $100 billion, the US Intelligence Community is making decisions that may involve global nuclear war based on people’s Tweets and YouTubes!Asked in Monday’s State Department briefing about US government evidence for its claims of Russian government involvement and separatist direct blame for the shooting down of the plane, Harf said:

 

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Chuck Baldwin — Globalist Republicans Pounce On Rand Paul

July 17, 2014 1 comment

By Chuck BaldwinJuly 10, 2014NewsWithViews.comJust as they did with his father, Ron Paul, globalist elitists within the GOP are pouncing on Kentucky Senator Dr. Rand Paul. Obviously, the only reason for Republican leaders to be ganging up on Rand like this is because

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they are scared silly that he might just win the Republican nomination for President in 2016. And if there is anything that frightens the GOP establishment, it is an independent-minded, non-interventionist, reader of the Constitution–you know, someone like George Washington or Thomas Jefferson–or Rand Paul.Here is how Politico covered the story:

 

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