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April 9, 2015

The Project – the Dec 1, 1982 plan to infiltrate and destroy the USA and the west

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Have you heard about the document called “The Project”, which is the Muslim Brotherhood’s detailed plan for Muslims to infiltrate and defeat the west, an incursion that would compromise leaders and law enforcement, control speech, and change the fabric of America. It would be slow, methodical, and permanent.

“The Project” document, dated December 1, 1982 and written in Arabic, was discovered two months after 9/11/2001, and has been available for some time now. I downloaded a copy on 9/25/2012.

The 24 page PDF contains the original Arabic on pages 1 to 14, and an English translation on pages 15 – 24. I have placed it in dropbox so anybody can download and share it.


March 17, 2015

What’s really happening in Ferguson?

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John Cardillo, the CEO of PsyID, a provider of social media intelligence and analysis has uncovered the instigators, organizers, muscle and money men that have choreographed the riots and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.

March 8, 2014

CPAC links

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Links to speeches at CPAC 2014.

AZ State Representative Justin Pierce (AZ-25)
David Keene, The Washington Times
On Wisconsin! Turning Blue States Red
The Hon. Dan Hannan, Member of the European Parliament
Common Core, Choice & Accountability
Jenny Beth Martin & Michele Bachmann
Can There be Meaningful Immigration Reform Without Citizenship?
Carlos Curbelo, Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (R-FL)
FL Representative Jose Felix Diaz (FL-116)
Ronald Reagan Dinner
Ronald Reagan Dinner, Opening Comments
Presentation of ACU's Ronald Reagan Award
Social Media 3.0: The Next Revolution Will Start on Your Phone
Can America Survive Obama's War on Fossil Fuel?
Solutions 2014: Ideas to Unite America
The Hon. Al Cardenas, American Conservative Union
Can Libertarians and Social Conservatives Get Along?
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Obama's IRS: Political Arm of the Left?
SD State Representative Jenna Haggar (SD-10)
Eric Metaxas, Author
MN State Representative Tara Mack (MN-57A)
U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
Criminal Justic Reform
Not All Quiet on the Western Front: Conservatives Are Alive in Hollywood!
Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
Ben Nanke, Recording Artist
Brock Lawley, Tim Neely, and Ethan Olney, Recording Artists
Ralph Reed, Faith and Freedom Coalition
Governor Rick Perry (R-TX)

February 22, 2014

What is a conservative?

Filed under: Uncategorized — daveposh @ 12:36 am

This is a transcription of 4 minutes near the end of the 3rd hour of Glenn Beck’s radio program on Thursday, Feb 20, 2014.  It is a great discussion of terms like “conservative” and how it means different things to different people.

Glenn Beck:  That’s what they do.  They just change the name and keep going.  I’m looking for something else.  You see, this is why I have a problem saying I’m conservative.  I’m a conservative constitutionalists, I am a small-government conservative, because there could be conservatives who are big-government.  And, Mike Huckabee is.  He is for conservative traditional family values, and that is what people hear when they hear conservative.

Pat Gray:  He is about family values, but he is not conservative politically.

Glenn Beck:  I’m telling you that it is mislabeled as liberal used to be.  Conservative has become this catch-all that means too many things to too many people.  And so he can say, “I am a conservative.” That’s not clear enough anymore.  It’s like, “I’m a liberal.”  I know liberals that I can get along with.  I can get along with liberals.  I “can’t” get along with big-government progressive liberals.  And so, he might be a conservative, he might not be a conservative, but the label means too many things to too many people.  Conservatives, you can say, “I’m for family values, I’m for traditional Christian values, whatever, I’m a conservative.  Well, but where do you stand on government and the size of government.  And too many times we allow “conservative” to mean “small government.”  It doesn’t necessarily mean that by the people saying it.  So we have to go for that extra ounce of clarification.  I see your point on conservatism.

Pat Gray:  They can say they’re anything.  It doesn’t mean they are, because to me, and I think to most people, conservatism means small government.

Glenn Beck: It does, but John McCain, Lindsey Graham, they all say that.  But they say they are.  And so, what I’m saying is, you’ve got the right definition of conservatism, you have that.  But the American people do not have it, because they hear people like John McCain saying, “I’m a conservative”, and they’re like, “OK, I don’t want that, I don’t want that.”  And so it makes your values, when they identify you as a conservative, it makes your values look like his.  They’ve co-opted, that is what progressives do. They’ve co-opted the term.  So I know nobody wants to abandon the term, but until you can re-brand it, like we have “liberal” and “progressive”, it is important.  I’ve heard somebody on the air the other day, maybe it was Rush, I don’t remember who it was, but they stopped, they said “liberal” … uh “progressive”, this is a progressive.  I thought to myself, “good!”  There is a difference, and people are starting to see that.  And, unless you can. . .  They always shift change.  Always.  They’re shape-shifters. And they hide under rocks and labels, and they cloak themselves.  So, expose them.  And, at the same time, if you are defining yourself as something the rest of the country thinks is Haley Barbour, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, you’re going to lose.  Because, people associate that term with them.  And I know that’s wrong, but that’s the perception, and in the game of politics and P.R., perception is reality. And so the perception is, you’re Lindsey Graham, you’re John McCain.  No, I’m not.  How do you think we’re labeled as hate-mongers, bigots, “you’re just a Republican shill.”  Because when you say you’re a conservative, so is John Boehner.  And people don’t spend the time to listen.  You’ve got to separate the labels.  You got to separate the labels.



February 20, 2014

Glenn Beck’s Morning Prayer, Feb. 19, 2014

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IF you watch Glenn Beck on cable or TheBlaze/TV, you probably know that he ends the show with a video of the Morning Prayer that he or one on his staff has given that morning before they started the day. These Prayers, in themselves, are worth the price of the subscription to TheBlaze/TV. Transcribed by me, so any transcription errors are mine.

Our Heavenly Father, we come before thee today. We are grateful for our day, we are grateful for our safety, we are grateful for our freedom. We are grateful, Lord, for all that you have given us. We have a country that is trouble, Lord, and her people are asleep. So many have woken up, so many are fighting the good fight, but we are approaching times where the arms of men are of no use. We need to see some miracles, Lord, we need your help. Only you will be able to do this. We are at a place now, Lord, that no man will be able to deny thatit was you and claim credit themselves. Please help this family. Please help Justina, her father and her mother. Please help us do the right thing. Help us see the path that …. Fill us with the words that you would have us speak, and only those words, and stop us on everything else. Clean this company out, Lord, of all of it’s cobwebs and any bit of darkness in any corner. Clean this company out so we may be a vessel of pure light, so we may do thy will. We ask these things. We beg these things in your holy name. Amen.

February 18, 2014

Morning Prayer, February 18, 2014

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Morning prayer given by Glenn Beck on the morning of 2/18/2014 in New York, New York.

Heavenly father, we come before thee, we are grateful for this day, grateful for all things he had in store for us today, and all things we have to learn and people we have to meet. We’re grateful for the things we can accomplish, Lord. We’re grateful for the miracles that are beyond our control, that we can trust that you will deliver for us. We are grateful Lord, for the great state of Texas, that doesn’t have snow today, and we’re also grateful for New York, and we would you Lord to keep people safe, especially all those communing in and flying in and out around the country. We love thee, and we praise thee. Help us stay optimistic and help us say and do the things that will bring light to the world, and we say this in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

February 11, 2014

February 10, 2014 Prayer

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Morning prayer given by Glenn Beck on the morning of his 50th birthday 2/10/2014 in Dallas, Texas.

Heavenly father, we come before thee with gratitude and amazement for your hand in our lives.  Lord, we also would ask that you would prosper our business that we may have a strong voice and set a strong example of good and goodness.  We know that life is what we make of it and we are grateful for that knowledge.  We are grateful for thy word.  We are grateful for the scriptures and all those who fought and died so we may be able to read those words.  Let us bring those words into our heart.  We are grateful, Lord, for this day and for our families and we ask for these blessings and to have joy planted into our heart.  In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

June 6, 2013

Bill of Rights don’t belong to us, we are the Guardians of them

Filed under: Uncategorized — daveposh @ 4:42 pm

There are times, while listening to Glenn Beck radio show, I get the gut-feeling that the words I am hearing are inspired by God. Today was one of those times, during his 2nd hour radio show:

Who are they arming over in Syria? Who are they protecting here? Who did they just have the Justice Department give a talk about in Tennessee, that you can claim civil rights abuses if someone insults the prophet Mohomed? That’s our Justice Department. They’re on the wrong side, guys. So don’t tell me that it doesn’t violate your rights. If somebody has truely violated the rights of a Muslim, we must stand with that Muslim. If somebody is truley violating a right of search and seisure, a right of free speach, a right to practice your religion as you see fit, to follow your concience, we have a responsibility to stand with them. We must stand with them. Because any violation against any American citizen, no matter if you agree or disagree with them, any violation is a violation of your civil rights. Now this is the very case that the President made, but he didn’t mean it. During the election, he made a great speach, where he said if somebody is scooped up in the middle of the night and taken, without charge, and just held, without charge, that’s a violation of all our civil rights, and the crowd cheared.  Where is he now? Where is he now? If somebody scoops up all of my neighbors information because they are on Verison, and just gathers all that information, it is a violation of my civil rights as well. I’m telling you, America, we are the civil rights leaders of this day. Accept your position, accept your role, square your shoulders, stand up, link arms. This is going to be a real shlog. Some of us will not make it to the end, as they used t say, because this is a long , long journey to the end of the road. But man will be free, as long as people understand the Bill or Rights. It was given to us, yes, by man, and flawed men, but it was inspired by God. Those Rights don’t belong to you,you are merely a guardian of those Rights,for our children and our grandchildren, of all color, of all races, of all theological backgrounds. You are a guardian and a steward. Recognize what time it is, recognize why you have been born, where you have been born. You have been given much, and believe  me, much is required, not just expected.

Hear it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMFlHaYT1Do

July 23, 2012

View from the ISS at Night

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December 22, 2011

Dirty Harry – Listen Up

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Playing politics is not good for the American people.

Dirty Harry Reid’s two-month extension is a joke!

Dirty Harry

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