What could possibly be a reason for refusing to have church services but still meeting in mass gatherings for Wokeness? There is only one plausible answer. They have converted from Christianity in the embrace of the Popularity Gospel.


The Religion of Wokeness is not compatible with Christianity. It has its own doctrines, own worship, own ordinances (chiefly, protest and virtue-signaling), and own messiah-figures. It has its own, competing version of confession, repentance, and atonement.


True Christians need to reject Wokeness – and the high priests of Wokeness – as fierce opposition to the Lordship of Christ and true religion.


“No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other…(Matthew 6:24).

We need to be in prayer about the latest intrusion by the Biden administration into American religious life:
More information about the Biden "WOKE" agenda:
But, back in December 2020, the 'progressive' anti-Christian movement was already underway:

The new religion of woke anti-racism

by Michael Barone

June 10, 2020


It’s all about religion, isn’t it? “We have a cult of social justice on the left,” Andrew Sullivan wrote in New York magazine, “a religion whose followers show the same zeal as any born-again Evangelical.”


The linguist John McWhorter elaborated on that theme in the Atlantic. “Anti-racism,” he wrote, “ïs a profoundly religious movement in everything but terminology.”


McWhorter likened the notion of “white privilege” to original sin, argued that the hope that Americans will “come to terms with race” is as vague as hopes for Judgment Day, and observed that the faithful on the lookout for “that which may be blasphemous” resort to social media shaming tantamount to “the excommunication of the heretic.”


You could be pardoned for supposing that Sullivan and McWhorter were reflecting on the past week’s events — the epidemiologists piously proclaiming that participating in crowded protests of police racism was more important than the otherwise sacred duty of social distancing, the chastened suburbanites in Bethesda, Maryland, kneeling before and asking forgiveness of black fellow citizens.


But actually, their quoted comments both appeared in magazines dated December 2018. They nevertheless proved apt as commentary on events no one then imagined.


Sullivan and McWhorter understood that we have been living for two decades in a political era in which the demographic factor most highly correlated with voting behavior is religion, or within each sectarian group the degree of religiosity.


And they observed that that produced, for the first time in American history, a partisan division between the largest metropolitan areas and rural and small-town areas outside metropolitan boundaries. Our coastal metropolises voted 3-1 for Hillary Clinton while rural areas north and south, except for Vermont and the Berkshires, voted 3-1 for Donald Trump.


While non-metropolitan voters, as President Barack Obama noted in 2008, still tend to cling to traditional religion, articulate white metropolitanists are increasingly comfortable defining themselves as “atheists” and characterizing their religion as “none.”


They believe instead in Science, with a capital S. Science, they claimed, justified the two-month lockdowns and the need, until the protests of the police misconduct that resulted in the death of George Floyd, to maintain them.


Actually, scientific advice kept changing — understandably, since evolving evidence refuted epidemiological models of a novel virus. And epidemiology has an understandable bias toward pessimism since society wants warnings against unlikely but disastrous downside risks.


Science, moreover, provides no convenient formula for weighing the predicted benefits of lockdowns against their high and incommensurate costs. That requires judgments based on your values — which is to say, in many cases, on your religion.


So urban liberals insisted on strict limits on traditional religious services, symbolized by the vexed tone of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s denunciation of an Orthodox Jewish funeral. But they quickly bent themselves into logical pretzels by endorsing crowded, mass anti-racism protests. My (tolerant, modern, liberal) religion is better than your (parochial, antiquated, traditional) religion.


Is this conflict really necessary? Overwhelming majorities of Americans believe the Minneapolis police officers acted wrongly and support peaceful protests. Traditional Christianity preaches the moral equality of every individual — a position consistent with believers in secularized anti-racism.


And large majorities believe that violent rioting is wrong—and support sending in the National Guard and, if necessary, even the military, to end it. But here there’s a collision with believers in the woke religion of anti-racism, at least if young staffers in the New York Times newsroom are indicative. For they demanded, and got, the firing of the editorial page editor for running an opinion article by a Republican senator urging deploying the military when necessary to stop rioting.


Absent from the catechism of woke anti-racism religion is any acknowledgment of the facts, cited repeatedly by the Manhattan Institute’s Heather Mac Donald, that police shootings of blacks have become exceedingly rare. Christianity asserts that original sin will always be with us, but racism in America has been in long-term deep decline.


Protests have featured confessions of sin and demands for reforms. Some, such as “defunding the police," are so lunatic that Democratic politicians have been skittering away and explaining that “defunding” doesn’t mean defunding. Others, such as requiring police cameras, are already widely in use or not particularly controversial. Some are not familiar but bear serious consideration: police officers’ “qualified immunity” from federal civil rights lawsuits, instituted by Chief Justice Earl Warren and a unanimous Supreme Court in 1967, could be abolished or altered by the court or Congress.


Unfortunately, neither historical perspective nor statistical literacy nor any need for consistency are of much importance to practitioners of the religion of anti-racism.

New Gallup poll released in 2021 reveals that church attendance in the U.S. is down.  This may be part of the downside of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
"Social Justice vs. Authentic Biblical Justice"
-Rev. Phil Johnson
The Great Awokening
BLM's newest target:  Christian Athletes and Coaches
Pastor arrested after citing Biblical marriage definition:
White House FAKE Twitter followers:
Biden's false information front and center:

Biden brings Woke to the

White House

Meghan McCain's husband Ben Domench says Biden's first prime-time address was a 'garbage speech full of lies from a senile person who thinks he is running America''

  • Domench, publisher of the conservative online political magazine The Federalist, appeared on Fox Business to critique Biden's speech
  • 'This is another garbage speech full of lies from a senile person who thinks they're charge of America but actually isn't running anything,' Domenech said
  • He was not the only one who targeted Biden for alleged lying during the speech 
  • In an op-ed for CNN, conservative commentator Scott Jennings said: 'Biden didn't really tell the "truth" about his COVID relief bill' 
  • Biden said the 'goal' was to have Americans enjoy July 4th with their loved ones
  • McCain, the daughter of late Sen. John McCain and co-host of The View, responded to Biden's pledge that US will be 'close to normal' by July 4
  • She tweeted: ''If this virus is over by the Fourth of July - there won't be a firework left in this entire country because I will have bought them all'

Joe Biden has made a series of false claims about the vaccine rollout but the media is failing to hold the new president to account, according to Sky News Digital Editor Jack Houghton. President Biden described the vaccine plan produced by the Trump Administration as a “dismal failure”, even though America was on track for a million doses a day before Biden took office.

However, Mr Biden’s comments were repeated unchallenged by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. “Back here in Australia, our ABC Newsradio ran Biden’s false claims completely un-challenged,” Mr Houghton said. “If Donald Trump had entered office making such claims he would have been quite rightly blasted by the left-wing media both here in Australia and the United States. “But it appears the ABC has no problems airing false claims when the great Joe Biden is responsible.”

Biden refuses to face reporters and our current Mexican border crisis

The Morning Briefing: Joe Biden Is the Worst 5-Day President Ever

Never before has the leader of the free world been so cognitively compromised:
How weak is Joe Biden ????
Biden didn't even know he was having
a press conference:
Biden's 'handlers' have been told to not let him take questions from reporters:
But we were warned of his mental meltdown prior to the election.....but who was paying attention?
The story about Biden falling down 3 times on the Air Force One plane,
only appeared in the U.S. media on
FOX News and on the overseas media outlets like Daily Mail, BBC, and Sky News in Australia:
Editorial note:  This is why so many Americans are turning to overseas media outlets to get the news about their own country.  They cannot depend on getting the truth from the so-called 'main stream media,' Google searching, Twitter, or Facebook, in the U.S.  It was thru the overseas media: audio, video, news, and print media, that we were able to learn the truth about what happened in 2017 and 2020, especially those responsible for the Marxist individuals who founded the BLM movement and the truth of the Antifa riots. (Those two sections, 2017 and 2020, may be seen on "The Old South" webpage). Going overseas is the only way to get the truth, uncensored.  Period.
These 'main stream' newspapers and tv stations did not carry the Biden on the plane stairs story:
The Woke cover-up of the president's health
Joe Biden is no longer in charge at the White House
Biden is no longer with us.  Remember the voice in the earpiece on his inaugural day telling him to "salute the Marines?"  Now he will "be in trouble" if he answers questions?

And another new poll out in April 2021 says that the majority of Americans do not trust Vice President Kamala Harris and do not think she is competent to be President.  She only got 2% of the vote in the Democratic Primary before the 2020 Election and dropped out of the race.
Biden is being dishonest with the public with this propaganda.
Biden's dementia was evident in the 2020 campaign, but was downplayed by the mainstream media.  Here he claims to a Philadelphia crowd he's wearing an Eagles jacket while sporting Delaware Blue Hens gear.
Joe Biden lied in 2004.....and he's still lying in 2021:

Biden confuses job titles of South Korean president and Netanyahu

This has happened so often, we can no longer call Biden's blunders "gaffes."  They are evidence of his dementia cognitive decline, which is getting worse.

When President Biden, 78, presented 94-year-old Korean War veteran Ralph Puckett with the Medal of Honor on Friday, he said, 'The people in the Republic of Korea haven't forgotten, as evidenced by the fact that the prime minister of Korea is here for this ceremony,'

Less than 24 hours earlier, Biden referred to Netanyahu as 'President Netanyahu' during his speech celebrating an Israel-Hamas cease-fire, according to The Post.

The mix-ups are the latest in a string of dementia gaffes that have provided Biden's critics with punchlines about the oldest president in the United States' history.

Joe Biden mistakenly called Korean President Moon Jae-in a 'prime minister' a day after he called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 'president.'"


Biden's first 100 days as


He's governed as a socialist.

President Trump warned the American people prior to the 2020 election, of Joe Biden's real agenda:
As a Christian and former History and Social Studies instructor, I can no longer remain quiet about the un-Christian Socialism agenda that Joe Biden is pushing.  This is a disgrace to our Country and the American people.
Former Secretary of State and overseas media correctly analyze Joe Biden's Socialist speech:
No longer in doubt:  Joe Biden's speech to Congress reveals his cognitive decline.

Senator Tim Scott felt the full wrath of the left-wing media, academia and political class who resorted to “racial slurs” in their desperation to prove the African American politician wrong, according to Sky News host Rita Panahi. Mr Scott delivered the Republican response to President Joe Biden’s first address to Congress and argued that instances of racism do not amount to systematic racism or make the country racist. In the aftermath of his speech “Uncle Tim” trended for hours on Twitter, and CNN, MSNBC and CBS went into “attack mode”, Ms Panahi said. “If you're a conservative woman or conservative minority you will be attacked often with sexist and racist language to bully you into silence,” she said. “In 2021 the only systematic racism is from the left who push critical race theory, a poisonous, intellectually bankrupt doctrine that amounts to state-enforced racism. “The very people who claim the west is institutionally racist are trying to institute racism into schools and workplaces.” According to Ms Panahi, mockery of Mr Scott is about sending a message to other African American people to expect similar treatment if they “deviate from the leftist groupthink”.

Australia Prime Minister refuses to support the Anti-Israel Durban Declaration which IS supported by Joe Biden:
Meanwhile, war drums are beating overseas while Biden mucks around with Climate Change nonsense:
Apparently Biden is obsessed over his mask:
The 'Woke' Biden administration has created the border crisis:
Professor Hanson is interviewed by former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia on the current crisis in the United States:
The term "Easter Eggs" is now being 'cancelled'
Peter Pan and Dumbo the Elephant are being "Cancelled" by Disney "Woke" mob
Now it's "Chestfeeding" not "Breastfeeding"
It's "Pregnant Bodies" not
"Pregnant Women"

What is the New ‘Woke’ Military Really Preparing Us For?

Russian vs. China vs. American
army recruiting videos:

As a U.S. Army medic in the early 1970s, my father worked with wounded veterans who were suffering from what we would now call Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. At the time, so my dad told me, many of these PTSD victims were heavily medicated, their rational and physical capacities greatly impaired. The result was both depressing and comical. My father recounted to me stories of trying to play basketball with these wounded warriors, passing the ball to vets so drugged up that it would slam into their faces to little effect. On other occasions, the men would sit in a circle to talk about their feelings. Battle-hardened vets would announce, slowly and articulately, with smiles on their faces, “I feel like shit.”


These anecdotes recently came to mind when reading James Hasson’s Stand Down: How Social Justice Warriors are Sabotaging America’s Military. As Hasson’s account make startling clear, progressive activists, especially during the Obama administration, have sought to radically remake the U.S. armed forces, “even over the explicit objections of the most seasoned military leaders.” And as I learned from my father, the United States military has been the object of social experimentation for generations. All the same, as with most progressive projects, data suggests that whenever social engineers are given a long leash, they’ll pull as far as they can. That’s all the more reason to express concern and outrage over Hasson’s reporting.


Every organization, be it a corporation, publication, or even a sports team, needs a clear, easily perceptible mission statement. The United States military, since the founding of our nation, has had a pretty obvious one. Its objective, as Hasson notes, is to be prepared for wars, and when necessary to win them. As my World War II veteran grandfather liked to jokingly observe, the military during America’s more isolationist days was once subject to the Department of War. As Washington has become embroiled in decades-long conflicts far from home, it was renamed, in an Orwellian twist, the Department of Defense. Yet however we term it, the military is charged with maximizing combat readiness for future conflicts.


As Hasson explains, social experimentation is directly undermining this readiness. This comes at a time when the military is already understaffed and overstretched, with fewer squadrons and active soldiers than defense experts—both inside and outside the government—recommend. The fitness of Navy ships and Navy readiness are also on the decline, as evidenced by the 2017 collision off the coast of Japan between a U.S. destroyer and a container ship. Presidents have deployed the military for all manner of objectives, which can only with great imagination be justified as defending national security, such as the 2012 hunt for Ugandan rebel leader Joseph Kony in the jungles of Uganda.


Hasson is at his best when decrying the inanity of social justice initiatives imposed upon the armed forces. Our military academies, like secular academia writ-large, offer courses that attack America’s history and identity as backwards and corrupt, while promoting identity politics, the transgender agenda, and anti-religious sentiments. It fosters living arrangements that put people of all sexes and sexual identities together, a recipe for trouble. Hasson rightly argues:

The credo of intersectionality is entirely incompatible with traditional military culture, with its hierarchy of command, its focus on duties rather than rights, and its emphasis on the merit, disciplined conduct, and professional competence of its members rather than their assumed victimhood.


The military cannot afford to be a “safe space,” because it will never execute its mission in safe spaces. It cannot endure complaints about micro-aggressions, because the very nature of combat necessitates enduring acts of aggression. It cannot cater to all the unique variations of individual soldiers, because it is, in Hasson’s words, a “great equalizer” of men and women, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, or economic status.


The military now accepts transgender soldiers and even allows soldiers to “change” genders while in military service; it pays the bill for these treatments and accepts that those who undergo them will be unavailable for months. Not to mention that those who identify as transgender have much higher rates of psychological problems, including depression and suicide, than others. What is the military supposed to do when soldiers have these issues while deployed to places where they are consistently in combat? “These intensive medical procedures are simply incompatible with wartime service,” says Hasson. Unsurprisingly, a 2016 Military Times poll found that only 12 percent of active-duty troops thought the new Obama administration’s policy would improve readiness.


Apart from this, according to Hasson’s documentation, there is also the lowering of standards in U.S. Army Ranger school, one of the most elite programs in the entire military. This allowed underperforming women to graduate. Women have also been allowed into combat units, despite mounting evidence compiled by the Marine Corps that co-ed units perform less well than their all-male counterparts. The harsh reality that men and women are physiologically different must be ignored to meet the demands of identity politics.


Alternatively, Hasson is at his worst when censuring the Obama administration and other liberals and Democrats for not listening to the military’s advice. The real problem is that the armed forces have the same negative tendencies as other parts of the federal government. The military will always ask for more money and resources. It will always want to show off its prowess and capabilities, even if their execution has little connection to its mission and may actually undermine American security. It will always be susceptible to groupthink and inertia over against innovation. Students of U.S. military history will remember that Lincoln, a civilian, clashed with numerous incompetent generals until he finally found one whose winning strategy aligned with his own. Often one needs to get outside the system—and certainly one as large as the military—to understand and effectively change it.


This weakness aside, Hasson’s book has raised the alarm regarding this crisis, one that is slated only to get worse. Terrifyingly, 71 percent of Millennials are not even eligible for the military because they are obese, have criminal records, or lack high school diplomas or GEDs. The military is already granting waivers to many applicants to make up for their shortfalls. Meanwhile, our soldiers are being told that evangelical Christianity and Catholicism are forms of “religious extremism.” There needs to be a course correction, and it needs to happen soon, lest we find out, the hard way, that we are sorely unprepared for conflict.



Casey Chalk covers religion and other issues for The American Conservative and is a senior writer for Crisis Magazine. He has degrees in history and teaching from the University of Virginia, and a masters in theology from Christendom College.

The Conservative Clergy of Color, a group of Black ministers and pastors, announced Monday it published a full-page ad in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to address the “lies” being told by President Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams (D) about the Georgia Election Integrity Act of 2021.

The advertisement, which features a photo of both of the prominent Democrats, specifically calls out Biden and Abrams for their messaging about the new law, describing their agenda as “devastating” to minority-owned small businesses in Atlanta, amid Major League Baseball’s decision to pull out of the city due to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s signing the election integrity bill into law.


“Biden and Abrams keep saying the Election Integrity Act is worse than Jim Crow, which is an insult to the millions of Black Americans,” Bishop Aubrey Shines, founder of Glory to God Ministries and a founding member of Conservative Clergy of Color, said.

“The truth is that this law actually expands access to the ballot box, while also taking common-sense steps to protect the sanctity of every legal vote,” Shines added. “We believe that it should be easy to vote and hard to cheat and the Georgia Integrity Act makes that possible for all voters.”


The advertisement features two columns, one of “lies” and one of “truth,” with the truth column dispelling Biden and Abrams’ claims:


          LIE: The new law restricts early voting. TRUTH: The law expands early voting hours and additional weekend voting opportunities, including Sundays.

          LIE: Voter ID requirements are racially discriminatory. TRUTH: IDs are necessary for numerous everyday activities, and the law even lets voters use documents like utility bills instead of state-issued IDs.

          LIE: Restrictions on distributing food and water to voters are intended to make voting more uncomfortable for minority voters. TRUTH: The law only prohibits using free food and beverages as a form of electioneering.

          LIE: The new law eliminates absentee ballot drop boxes. TRUTH: Drop boxes never existed before the pandemic. The new law creates rules to keep them—and the ballots inside—secure.

          LIE: The new law allows “takeovers” of local election administration. TRUTH: The law protects voters when local officials fail to prevent excessive lines or struggle to process absentee ballots.


“There’s nothing ‘racist’ about the Election Integrity Act, and it’s certainly not ‘Jim Crow 2.0,'” the ad stated. “Your lies are now devastating minority small businesses in Atlanta following the MLB’s decision to move its All-Star Game to Denver, resulting in a loss of $100 million in business. Enough is enough.”


“Easy to vote. Hard to cheat,” the ad read boldly along the bottom.


“As our ad points out, the lies that Biden and Abrams are telling about this law aren’t just another example of political theater,” said Shines. “Like elections, lies have consequences.”


“The MLB’s decision to relocate the All-Star Game in response to the left’s irresponsible and baseless assertions will deprive hard working Georgians – including countless Black-owned businesses and their employees – of a much-needed economic boost that would have helped them recover from the pandemic-induced economic downturn,” Shines added.

Biden’s Bombastic Rhetoric Dishonors Victims of Civil Rights Struggle

Joe Biden stated: 'Parts of our country are backsliding [to] the days of Jim Crow ... when black people were made to guess how many beans---how many jelly beans in a jar...'


By Assistant Editor Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research. Bucknell University’s Michael Malarkey contributed research to this opinion piece.


April 17, 202

(Deroy Murdock, Headline USA)


In his latest bid to unite America, President Joe Biden has called Georgia’s new election-integrity law “Jim Crow for the 21st Century” and “Jim Crow on steroids.”


“Parts of our country are backsliding,” Biden moaned Wednesday. “The days of Jim Crow, passing laws that hearken back to the era of poll taxes, when black people were made to guess how many beans—how many jelly beans in a jar—or count the number of bubbles in a bar of soap before they could cast their ballot.”


Biden said this via satellite to the National Action Network. Its founder, Al Sharpton, is a museum-quality racial arsonist who has called Jews “diamond merchants.”

Sharpton’s anti-Semitic slurs may even be to blame for a 1995 massacre. He referred to Harlem store owner Fred Harari, who is Jewish, as a “white interloper.” That may have inspired Roland Smith, a crazed protester, to shoot up and ignite Freddie’s Fashion Mart. The ensuing inferno killed seven. Smith fatally shot himself.


Rather than bring Americans together, Biden’s inflammatory rhetoric pits citizens against each other. His needlessly incendiary language is like complaining that a supermarket that lacks kosher food hearkens back to Kristallnacht.


While Biden bashes the Peach State’s new statute, why didn’t he help loosen Delaware’s much tighter vote rules?


       Days of in-person early voting? Georgia: 17. Delaware: Zero

       Ballot drop boxes? Georgia: at least 159 (no fewer than one per county). Delaware: Zero

       No-excuse absentee ballots? Georgia: Yes. Delaware: No.

       Voter ID required? Georgia: Yes. Delaware: Yes.


Biden also trivializes the pain of Jim Crow’s genuine victims while diluting the cruelty of these mandates and their 76-year-long, “separate-but-equal” reign of terror.


“This makes Jim Crow look like Jim Eagle,” Biden told journalists at his March 25 press conference. “I mean, this is gigantic what they’re trying to do, and it cannot be sustained.”

Male bald eagles typically weigh 10 times as much as an average one-pound crow. Does Biden truly believe that Georgia’s “Jim Eagle” law is 10 times worse than Jim Crow’s multifaceted, anti-black voter suppression?


Poll taxes once made voting too expensive for poor citizens, many black. Georgia’s new law imposed no poll tax.


Before 1965, Alabama’s literacy test asked prospective voters 68 questions, including: “If a state is a party to a case, the Constitution provides that original jurisdiction shall be in ________.”


By refusing to hear Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s anti-vote-fraud case last December and citing a lack of standing as its justification, today’s Supreme Court forgot that it should be the correct answer.


Also, “The Constitution limits the size of the District of Columbia to ________.”

Answer: 10 square miles.


Despite the urgent, nationwide need for improved civics education, today’s Georgia kept literacy tests buried.


Michigan’s Jim Crow Museum observes that in many a lynching, “The victim was an example of what happened to a black man who tried to vote.”


Yet, Georgia did not reinstate lynching.


Northern Freedom Riders headed South to register black voters in 1961. They endured beatings and fire-bombings. Georgia has resurrected neither.

FBI missing poster for Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner Three young Congress of Racial Equality activists named James Chaney (a black man), Andrew Goodman and Mickey Schwerner (both white) registered black Mississippians in June 1964.


On Goodman’s first evening on duty, local Klansmen murdered them and hid their bodies in an earthen dam.


Elsewhere, investigators found the bodies of black Freedom Summer college students Henry Dee and Charles Moore, a cadaver in a CORE T-shirt, and five other corpses.


That was Jim Crow, not merely requiring voters—black and otherwise—to show ID, as do 36 states (including Biden’s blessed Delaware). Blacks routinely present ID at airports, banks, libraries, hotels and millions of other venues daily.


For Biden to compare Georgia’s vote-expansion bill with the Jim Crow that slaughtered Chaney, Goodman, Schwerner, Dee and Moore is morally grotesque, über-divisive, and a profound insult to those who were killed while crushing Jim Crow and securing black voting rights.


And, remember: The Jim Crow laws were passed, signed and brutally enforced by Democrats, not Republicans.


Perhaps that’s why Biden cannot shut up about Jim Crow. Those racist rules were his party’s handiwork.


The Golf Course goes "Woke"

WOKE Marching Through The Institutions

AT BAYLOR UNIVERSITY.....................

‘Equity’ Is Not ‘Equality,’ Comrade

Old Dominion University recently hosted the author of the 1619 Project which is filled with false history.  It now plans to host a program on "Decolonization" which is a part of Critical Race Theory nonsense.
Teachers told by School District to create Fake Curriculum online to send parents.

California college professor slammed for not knowing the origin of the police in the United States.  She believes that the police were started to "capture runaway slaves during the Civil War."
"Decolonization" coming to colleges
Critical Race Theory at West Point, and then we had this, a cadet who supports Communism and ANTIFA:
American Medical Association is "cancelled"
BLM continues to riot as does ANTIFA in Portland, Oregon

Race and Culture writer Rav Arora says the US is experiencing a form of "racial hallucination" where the "racial composition of shootings now dictates the level of media attention" given to the cases. Mr Arora said there was "no evidence of any racist motivation or anti-Asian bigotry" in a recent Atlanta shooting perpetrated against a number of Asian-American women. "The evidence so far shows this man was a kind of religious fundamentalist. He had a sex addiction and he went to these massage parlours to get these illegal sexual activities," he said. "He tried to basically kill these women to try and get rid of his sex addiction... but the narrative is completely different. "So there is no evidence of racist motivation, but you have to understand the ideology that's at play here which is essentially critical race theory; the idea of reducing people to a racial essence. "So, all that matters is a white shooter who killed six Asian women - so that disparity in race, must mean racism was the driving factor when, in fact, it wasn't. But this is the kind of filter applied to these cases and it completely distorts the evidence of the case."

Here's the report:

Christian baker again under attack for not bowing to Biden's transgender policies:
The WOKE now want to CANCEL the term "ANGLO-SAXON"

Woke Flying: United Wants 50 Percent of its New Pilots to be Women or “People of Color”

United Airlines announced its plan to have 50 percent of pilots trained in the next ten years to be women or “people of color.”

“Our flight deck should reflect the diverse group of people on board our planes every day. That’s why we plan for 50% of the 5,000 pilots we train in the next decade to be women or people of color,” the airline wrote on Twitter.

After many criticized the company on Twitter, United then followed up, writing “All the highly qualified candidates we accept into the Academy, regardless of race or sex, will have met or exceeded the standards we set for admittance.”

The follow-up didn’t placate everyone, including Dave Brooks, the former managing editor of The Daily Caller, who questioned why United hadn’t achieved this goal already if they had qualified candidates of color.

“So why haven’t you done this before now? If you had qualified women and minorities, why didn’t you hire them? This implies you’ve been discriminatory until now,” Brooks suggested.

Others questioned whether the airline would refuse to hire qualified white men just to meet the self-imposed quota, while some wondered if the diversity policy would apply to flight mechanics – who are mostly men – and flight attendants – who are mostly women.

In a link to an application website for those interested in becoming pilots, United writes, “Today, United has one of the most diverse pilot populations of any U.S. carrier with nearly 20% of our pilot group made up of women and people of color. We are working toward raising that number even higher by partnering with diversity-led organizations and continuing to remove gender and racial barriers. And we’re going one step further with plans for 50% of United Aviate Academy students being women and people of color to ensure our students reflect the diversity of the customers and communities we serve.”

The company is partnering with JPMorgan Chase to offer millions in financial aid to help people become pilots.

“Together United and JPMorgan Chase are offering $2.4 million in financial aid to the best and brightest talent, opening the door to a lucrative career for people who previously didn’t have the opportunity to pursue one. We’re in the business of breaking down barriers and we want the pilot population — some of the highest paying jobs in the industry — to be open to a much more diverse pool of candidates,” the website states.

The Left is bringing
to the Dinner Table:
Joe Biden is first president to deliver a National Day of Prayer proclamation, without mentioning the name "God."

Biden Becomes 1st President to Omit 'God' from

National Day of Prayer Proclamation


Michael Foust | ChristianHeadlines.com Contributor | Thursday, May 6, 2021


President Biden on Wednesday issued a National Day of Prayer proclamation that touted the "power of prayer" and invited Americans to "give thanks," although the proclamation's absence of the word "God" sparked criticism and marked the first time that's happened in modern history.


By a 1952 law, every U.S. president must issue a proclamation designating a National Day of Prayer. This year the day fell on May 6.


"Today, we remember and celebrate the role that the healing balm of prayer can play in our lives and in the life of our Nation," the proclamation reads. "As we continue to confront the crises and challenges of our time – from a deadly pandemic, to the loss of lives and livelihoods in its wake, to a reckoning on racial justice, to the existential threat of climate change – Americans of faith can call upon the power of prayer to provide hope and uplift us for the work ahead."


On the National Day of Prayer, "we unite with purpose and resolve, and recommit ourselves to the core freedoms that helped define and guide our Nation from its earliest days," it reads.

"We celebrate our incredible good fortune that, as Americans, we can exercise our convictions freely – no matter our faith or beliefs," it reads. "Let us find in our prayers, however they are delivered, the determination to overcome adversity, rise above our differences, and come together as one Nation to meet this moment in history."


The proclamation, though, omits the word "God," making Biden the first president not to include "God" in his proclamation in the modern history of National Day of Prayer proclamations. The omission is ironic, because secular groups in recent months have criticized Biden for discussing religion too much.


According to the text of proclamations at UC Santa Barbara's American Presidency Project, every proclamation since 1953 – the first year proclamations were required under law – had included "God" until this year. Most proclamations mentioned "God" multiple times.


David Brody, the chief political analyst for CBN News, criticized the proclamation for what it didn't include.

"Joe Biden's National Day of Prayer Proclamation has been released and it doesn't even mention God once! How do you release a proclamation about prayer and not mention God at all?" Brody wrote in a tweet.


Joe Biden’s National Day of Prayer Proclamation has been released and it doesn’t even mention God once! How do you release a proclamation about prayer and not mention God at all? Of course it mentions climate change & racial justice. Truly, this is pathetic...and not surprising! pic.twitter.com/czOQx3ioHj

— David Brody (@DavidBrodyCBN) May 6, 2021


President Trump's 2018 proclamation mentioned "God" multiple times, such as: "On this National Day of Prayer, let us come together, all according to their faiths, to thank God for His many blessings and ask for His continued guidance and strength."


President Obama's 2015 proclamation referenced God three times, including in the following phrase: "Through prayer we find the strength to do God's work." Obama's 2010 proclamation read, in part, "On this day, let us give thanks for the many blessings God has bestowed upon our Nation."


President George W. Bush's 2003 proclamation read, "We come together to thank God for our Nation's many blessings, to acknowledge our need for His wisdom and grace, and to ask Him to continue to watch over our country in the days ahead."


President Clinton's 1995 proclamation read, "Let us not forget those painful lessons of our past, but continue to seek the guidance of God in all the affairs of our Nation."


President George H.W. Bush's 1991 proclamation read, "As one Nation under God, we Americans are deeply mindful of both our dependence on the Almighty and our obligations as a people He has richly blessed."


President Reagan's 1987 proclamation encouraged Americans to "turn our faces and our hearts to God not only at moments of personal danger and civil strife, but in the full flower of the liberty, peace, and abundance that He has showered upon us."


President Carter's 1979 proclamation read, "We endure and remain a land of hope because of the basic goodness and strength of our people and because the God of us all has shown us His favor."


President Ford's 1976 proclamation, issued during the nation's bicentennial celebration, read, "Let us also reflect on the profound faith in God which inspired the founding fathers."


President Nixon's 1973 proclamation read, "America is a nation under God."


President Johnson's 1967 proclamation read, "Let each of us pray that God will endow us with the constancy to prevail in defense of freedom, and with the courage and resolution to preserve and extend His blessings of liberty."


President Kennedy's 1962 proclamation read, "May we especially ask God's blessing upon our homes, that this integral unit of society may nurture our youth and give to them the needed faith in God, in our Nation, and in their future."


President Eisenhower's 1959 proclamation read, "Let us remember that our God is the God of all men, that only as all men are free can liberty be secure for any, and that only as all prosper can any be content in their good fortune."


President Truman's 1952 proclamation encouraged Americans to "beseech God to grant us wisdom to know the course which we should follow."

In 1952, Truman signed a bill into law requiring presidents to issue a National Day of Prayer proclamation.



(Michael Foust has covered the intersection of faith and news for 20 years. His stories have appeared in Baptist Press, Christianity Today, The Christian Post, the Leaf-Chronicle, the Toronto Star and the Knoxville News-Sentinel.)


National Day of Prayer: Joe Biden Mentions ‘Racial Justice,’ ‘Climate Change,’ Not ‘God

President Joe Biden issued a proclamation for Thursday’s celebration of the National Day of Prayer in which he failed to mention “God,” but said the day is one in which “Americans of faith can call upon the power of prayer” as they confront “racial justice” and “the existential threat of climate change.”


Biden said:

As we continue to confront the crises and challenges of our time — from a deadly pandemic, to the loss of lives and livelihoods in its wake, to a reckoning on racial justice, to the existential threat of climate change — Americans of faith can call upon the power of prayer to provide hope and uplift us for the work ahead.


The president quoted the words of the late civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis:

As the late Congressman John Lewis once said, “Nothing can stop the power of a committed and determined people to make a difference in our society.  Why? Because human beings are the most dynamic link to the divine on this planet.”


Biden said, continuing his theme of social justice:

Throughout our history, Americans of many religions and belief systems have turned to prayer for strength, hope, and guidance.  Prayer has nourished countless souls and powered moral movements — including essential fights against racial injustice, child labor, and infringement on the rights of disabled Americans.  Prayer is also a daily practice for many, whether it is to ask for help or strength, or to give thanks over blessings bestowed.


The president also stated:

The First Amendment to our Constitution protects the rights of free speech and religious liberty, including the right of all Americans to pray.  These freedoms have helped us to create and sustain a Nation of remarkable religious vitality and diversity across the generations.


Biden admin signals they support coercing doctors into performing abortions, gender transition surgeries — even if doctors object. https://t.co/4tZBbqYll8

— CatholicVote.org (@CatholicVote) March 2, 2021


However, as faith groups have observed, the Biden-Harris administration supports American taxpayer funding of abortions, both domestically and abroad, as well as forcing doctors to perform abortions and gender transition surgeries, even above their objections.


A rising group of right-wing U.S. Catholic bishops is colliding with a very Catholic president who supports abortion rights. https://t.co/A351JzqRjB

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 28, 2021

Biden’s supporters continue to refer to him as a “devout Catholic” and even “very Catholic,” yet he supports policies that are in opposition to the most sacred teachings of the Catholic Church.


— CatholicVote.org (@CatholicVote) May 5, 2021


The president continues to say he is focused on unity:

On this National Day of Prayer, we unite with purpose and resolve, and recommit ourselves to the core freedoms that helped define and guide our Nation from its earliest days. We celebrate our incredible good fortune that, as Americans, we can exercise our convictions freely — no matter our faith or beliefs.  Let us find in our prayers, however they are delivered, the determination to overcome adversity, rise above our differences, and come together as one Nation to meet this moment in history.


CatholicVote, however, recently said Biden has taken a “partisan wrecking ball” to the issues that are most important to Americans of faith, a view widely shared by others.


Included in President Biden’s #NationalDayofPrayer proclamation?

* “diversity”

* “racial injustice”

* “climate change”

* a quote by Rep. John Lewis

NOT included?

* Jesus

* God

* Christianity https://t.co/zvD4qj59kN

— Rachel Semmel (@rachelsemmel) May 5, 2021


“Devout Catholic” Joe Biden left out “God” in his National Day of Prayer this week.


In contrast, President Trump mentioned God in every one of his National Day of Prayer proclamations.


In his 2020 proclamation, Trump mentioned “God” 11 times.

Joe Biden appeased his Marxist base and left out “God.”


“Throughout our history, Americans of many religions and belief systems have turned to prayer for strength, hope and guidance,” Biden’s proclamation reads. “Prayer has nourished countless souls and powered moral movements – including essential fights against racial injustice, child labor and infringement on the rights of disabled Americans. Prayer is also a daily practice for many, whether it is to ask for help or strength, or to give thanks over blessings bestowed.”


Last month ‘devout Catholic’ Joe Biden did not mention Jesus Christ at all in his ‘Easter’ message to Americans.

But he mentioned Coronavirus 7 times.

Very telling.


Rev. Franklin Graham had this to say:
Before the 2020 Election,
why did Joe Biden meet with a racist anti-Semite in Kenosha?

-Karen Townsend, Sep 04, 2020


Joe Biden and his campaign seem to have a problem with calling out anti-Semites. Yesterday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Biden met with the family of Jacob Blake, Jr. There is only one response to that action that anyone should have – why did he do that?


Jacob Blake, Sr., father of the man shot by Kenosha police as he tried to flee from them, has been revealed as racist and anti-Semitic through social media postings. In 2020, if everyone is to be canceled over past social media posts, shouldn’t people be somewhat curious about this man’s thoughts as the media and Democrats turn his son into a victim of police abuse? Biden took a knee to the Blake family to appease Black Lives Matter and shore up points with black voters.


The media and anti-police Democrats began making the case for Jacob Blake, Jr. – he’s an innocent victim of police violence against black men – as soon as the shooting happened. Then some truths started coming out of his criminal history and abusive history against women, including the woman he digitally raped just before police tried to arrest him after he violated a restraining order. And, Blake, Jr. had three of his six kids in his vehicle as he attempted to flee police. All of this is to say the 29-year-old man isn’t a law-abiding citizen randomly attacked by the police.


At first, the parent that came to the forefront was Jacob Jr.’s mother. She seemed reasonable and calm. President Trump reached out to her by phone but she missed his call. She said afterward that she was sorry to miss it and would like to talk to him. She expressed her respect for the office. Democrats are desperate for President Trump to be blamed for the violence in the streets so by the time the March on Washington 2020 happened, the rest of the family came forward and let it rip. They are anti-Trump, anti-conservatives, and prone to make racist statements. Democrats were silent. The Blake family’s rhetoric has become more harsh and vocal with each day’s passing.


This week when President Trump went to Kenosha, he didn’t meet with the Blake family. Instead, he did what he should have done – he met with local business people, and local officials. He brought good news to the community – financial assistance and support from his administration to help rebuild the city after the violent riots and demonstrations. He met with law enforcement to thank them for their service.


When Joe Biden went to Kenosha, having been pressured to do so after Trump’s visit, he made a big deal out of meeting with Blake’s family, as well as a conversation with the younger Blake by phone. Jacob Blake, Jr. wasn’t killed by the police. He remains hospitalized. Biden said he met with the family for about an hour. No one asked him about the reports about Blake, Sr.’s history on social media. The offensive posts cited aren’t from very long ago. They are from 2018 and 2019.


Jacob Blake Jr.’s uncle Justin Blake (brother of Jacob, Sr.) told CNN that Blake’s family spoke to Biden about “the desire for better policies regarding social justice in America.” The family’s attorney released a statement after the visit.  @AttorneyCrump’s statement on Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden’s visit today with the family of #JacobBlake. pic.twitter.com/II0FvUzfHU

— Ben Crump Law, PLLC (@BenCrumpLaw) September 3, 2020


The social media posts are anti-Semitic and racist.

Those posts show anti-Semitic comments (such as saying the Jews control the media), repeatedly refer to white people as “crackers” and “pinks” or “pink toes,” trash the Christian church, and refer to some women as “hoes.” In one post, he wrote, “Fresh out of Facebook penitentiary I say f*** the white man.” In 2019, he captioned a graphic that reads “white Jesus exposed as the biggest fraud unleashed on the planet,” with the following: “Crackers have never told the truth diabolical Liars.” The posts date to 2019 and 2018.


His posts often criticized racial disparities in society and the mistreatment of Blacks, from slavery onward, such as when he wrote, “Not one North American penny should be donated to the rebuilding of Notre Dame until Flint’s water has been fixed.


In 2018, he shared a photo of a boy peeing on a Donald Trump sign. Another post refers to “young Black coons.”


Blake,Sr. says it isn’t about politics. Yet, he refers to Trump as the “orange cracker” on Facebook.


“I’m not getting into politics. It’s all about my son, man. It has nothing to do with a photo op,” Blake said to CNN. His Facebook page is another story; for years, he’s been railing against Trump, referring to him as an “orange cracker.”


“I know some dumb crackers but this orange cracker is the dumbest of them all,” Blake wrote.


Jacob Blake Jr.’s Facebook page also contained this post but far fewer visible posts than his dad’s page.


None of this kind of discourse seems to bother Team Biden. It is more important to pander for the black vote. Earlier in the campaign, there was a kerfuffle caused by Linda Sarsour’s endorsement of Biden. She is the anti-Semitic co-founder of the Women’s March. Sansour is a follower of Farrakhan. She has since been kicked out of the Women’s March leadership because she is too much even for them. After Biden’s campaign distanced him from her endorsement (only after critics spoke up about it) more confusion was created as the campaign backtracked on the distancing.


But apparently, Biden’s team balked and covered to the Farrakhan lobby, with the Middle East Eye reporting that Ashley Allison, national coalitions director for the Biden campaign, told a group of “activists” that she was “sorry” for the initial Sarsour statement in an off-the-record call.


“Historically, Republicans and Democrats have been quick to dismiss Muslim, Arab American, and especially Palestinian American voices, and I want to reiterate on behalf of all of us our support for your communities,” Biden foreign policy adviser Tony Blinken reportedly said, promising that Biden’s administration would be “genuinely inclusive.”


But when pressed by CNN’s Jake Tapper about the story, top Biden aide Symone Sanders said the campaign “continue[s] to reject the views that Linda Sarsour has expressed.”


Huh? Sarsour’s endorsement was denounced before it wasn’t denounced? Is anti-Semitism acceptable or not? How many times have Democrats, Never Trumpers, and Biden himself painted Trump as racist? They do it on a daily basis. Surely the Biden campaign should have to answer for their pandering to anti-Semites and racists on their side of the aisle.


During today’s press conference, not one journalist dared to ask such a question, though it was just yesterday that the Biden campaign was boasting about Joey B’s compassion as he gave the Blake family more than an hour of his time. I’ll not hold my breath for any questions about the anti-Semitism problem his campaign has in future press conferences.


Joe Biden's support of
Who needs a resume when we have quotas?
Time to pull back the curtain on the Theater of Woke
CNN executives caught and exposed in deceiving the American public prior to the 2020 Election:
(More information on how the 2020 Election was 'rigged' {yes, I said 'rigged'} can be found on "The Old South" webpage, which includes the latest bombshell report that exposed the voter fraud in Georgia).
We now in a country where 'mainstream media' is lying to the public.

The Bible says, "God is not mocked.  Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap." (Galatians 6:7)
Critical Race Theory promotes racism

Landmark report says Britain

is 'a model to the world' on diversity:

Biden brings Woke to our military with transgender allowed, a "stand down" to ferret out 'non-Woke undesirables', and a "diversity chief".

Pentagon's diversity chief is 'reassigned' after he compared Donald Trump to Hitler on Facebook

  • The Pentagon's pick for chief of diversity and inclusion has been 'reassigned' while the DoD investigates whether it's appropriate he stay in the role 
  • Richard Torres-Estrada previously shared posts on social media that were anti-former President Donald Trump 
  • The biggest offender is a post where he compared Trump, during last summer's infamous Bible photo-op, to Adolf Hitler 
  • Fox News Channel and later Pentagon spokesman John Kirby confirmed that Torres-Estrada was 'reassigned' pending an investigation
Biden tells U.S. troops in England one of the most outlandish statements ever uttered by a Commander-in-Chief
Mr. Biden:  the biggest challenge to our troops IS NOT "Climate Change".  Their job is to fight and protect American and it's people.  This man has uttered one of the most ridiculous statements and proves to our troops what an idiot he is.
Knife-wielding suspect who attacks Capitol police is under-reported by media:

My Read grandparents in Oklahoma studied the Bible and prayed daily.  It is my prayer that we return to the Bible and it's teaching, as we face each day with the courage that only Jesus can provide.  With the pandemic; with the political and social turmoil in our country, in some cases, deliberately created, as noted in the foreign correspondents reports with updates/full discussion on "The Old South" webpage, we need to be in prayer about all of these issues that face our country.


Our country is facing a multifaceted crisis involving a rejection of morals and Christian virtues.  Several people, in places of leadership, are making statements, making decisions, and backing legislation which are outright sinful and disruptive to our nation and American family life. In addition, our culture, our history, and our schools are under attack by those who do not value our American heritage. We need a return to honesty, integrity and Christian values in public life; by politicians; in our schools, and in our own private lives.  We need a spiritual revival in our country.

Gene Whitehurst, son of former organist Gwen Whitehurst at South Norfolk Baptist Church for over 25 years, has written beautifully about the problem of children's transgender and sexual orientation; how parents are viewing this situation; how they approach raising their children.  He has given permission to republish it here.  It is well worth reading.

Male and Female He created them


“Train up a child in the way he should go…”  (Prov 22:6)


Recently, I heard where a 5 year old boy thought that he was or was inclined to be a girl.  And his mother was encouraging him to choose for himself.  I’ve talked to young boys who at some time in their early youth identified himself to be an elf; later a brontosaurus; later a ninja; still later an astronaut.  Through these stages these boys would choose outfits suitable to his childish ideas.  These young boys were raised in Christian homes and were trained in Scriptural truths by his parents and church.  It does not take long for a boy to understand sexual differences and accept his sex.


God has built into us certain innate knowledge as to one’s sex.  Unfortunately such knowledge has been distorted and corrupted by a people who increasingly exclude God and His Bible from our culture.  To counter this corruption parents should ensure that a child understands his/her sex.


Parents must be aware of the pressures on a child by culture and to ‘train their children in the way that they should go.’  A young child neither has the capacity nor life experiences to decide to be the opposite sex or to know what that means.  This is especially true if they are influenced by a culture that wants a child to decide for themselves what sex they want to be.  If it is observed at birth that a newborn is a boy or girl, then this should foster the appropriate teaching that that child should receive by the parents – and every other responsible person in their life.


"Male and female HE created them…” (Gen 5:2)


Females have two X chromosomes in their cells, while males have an X and a Y chromosome in their cells. Egg cells all contain an X chromosome, while sperm cells contain an X or Y chromosome.  God created man and woman with this clear attribute.  A person’s sex is chosen by God.  These chromosomes are in the brain not in the sex organs!  God ordains one’s sex at conception, so one is either male or female at conception.  God decided which sex you were to be.  This is Scripture and this is science. 


Trying to psychologically or surgically change one from one sex to the other is trying to reverse God’s decision.  Going against God’s decisions has grave dangers.  Stick with God’s choice.  Don’t monkey with God’s decisions. 


Gene Whitehurst

The Princess of Woke
That Oprah interview with Harry and Meghan was full of untruthfulness.  Here's another:
The Woke Princess Markle again lecturing the world:

Amazon showed it has its limits when it comes to its dedication to diversity and inclusion when it failed to continue streaming a critically acclaimed and popular documentary on the only black Supreme Court justice during Black History Month.

Just in time for Black History Month, the streaming service Amazon Prime Video has removed a PBS documentary about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, whom I had the opportunity to meet many years before he became a Supreme Court Justice.

Amazon Prime Video’s parent company, Amazon, Inc., is owned by Jeff Bezos who also owns the Washington Post, one of the champions of free speech. At least, the paper used to be one.

But the Thomas documentary, “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words,” mysteriously disappeared from the company’s menu.

New Film Exposes Joe Biden's Role in the 'High-Tech Lynching' of Clarence Thomas

By Tyler O'Neil Jan 28, 2020



A new documentary about the life of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas highlights the latent racism in the Senate confirmation hearings led by then-Senator Joe Biden (D-Del.). In the film, set for release on Friday, Thomas recounts the horrifying accusations leveled by Anita Hill and Biden’s twisting of Natural Law in an attempt to trip him up on abortion.

In the documentary, provided in an early screening to PJ Media, Thomas exposes the racism of low political expectations.


“You have to believe in affirmative action because we think you ought to believe in affirmative action. How is that different from slavery? How is that different from segregation?” the justice says. “You can’t think those thoughts!” While he is a black man, his race was seen as illegitimate because he did not fit the stereotype of what a black man should think.


“I had been looking at the wrong people as the people who would be problematic toward me,” he explains. “We were told that, oh it’s going to be the bigot in the pick-up truck, it’s going to be the Klansman, it’s going to be the rural sheriff. And I’m not saying that there weren’t some of those who were bad, but it turned out that through all of that, ultimately the biggest impediment was the modern-day liberal.”


Thomas grew up facing segregation. The deaths of Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, and Bobby Kennedy hit him particularly hard. He had joined the protests of the late 1960s. He bucked against the idea of people forcing rules upon him. After graduating from law school at Yale, he faced the bigotry of low expectations — people assumed he made it to Yale Law School due to his race, and he found it hard to find a job. Only a Republican would hire him, so he took the job.


He grew to realize that the Democrats’ approach to race was mistaken and even offensive. “I was distressed by the Democratic Party’s promises to legislate the problems of blacks out of existence.” He supported Ronald Regan in 1980 because he wanted to get “government off the backs of the poor.”


Due to his conservative ideas, Thomas found himself dismissed as not being “really black.”

“Any black misguided enough to accept a job in the Reagan administration was automatically branded an Uncle Tom,” he explains.


While serving in the Reagan administration, Thomas delved deep into the Constitution and the Natural Law philosophy behind it. He cites the Declaration of Independence: “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.”

“That’s Natural Law in a nutshell,” he explains. When America allowed slavery and segregation, those evils stood condemned by Natural Law — they conflicted with the nation’s ideals. The idea that all men are created equal is a powerful rebuke to the racism in America’s past. Thomas embraced Natural Law as the guiding principle of American law, the philosophy behind the Constitution.


After serving in the Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) under Reagan until 1990, he joined the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C. Circuit that year. In July 1991, President George H.W. Bush nominated him to replace Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme Court.


This is where Joe Biden comes in. Biden took a leading role in the orchestrated attempt to “Bork” Clarence Thomas. This should come as no surprise, given Biden’s role in the political hit job on Robert Bork — a role he bragged about last October.


The NAACP “said they were going to be non-committal and were not going to oppose me. Well, shortly after that, they opposed me,” Thomas explains in the film. Friends told him the AFL-CIO had sent a letter to the NAACP. “What I was told was that they needed cover for the women’s groups to oppose me, so they needed the NAACP out front.”


When Joe Biden, then chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, pressed Thomas on the issue of Natural Law, he was trying to get the Supreme Court nominee to slip up on the issue of abortion.


In the film, the justice says Biden did not understand what he was talking about.

“Natural Law was nothing more than a way of tricking me into talking about abortion, since many Catholic moral philosophers saw the two things as intimately related. But my view was different,” Thomas says. He testified that he never even debated Roe v. Wade (1973), the Supreme Court case legalizing abortion. Biden found this impossible to believe.


Yet the hearings got worse. Anita Hill, who had worked with Thomas at the DOE and the EEOC, accused him of sexual harassment. She had done so in testimony to the Senate during the confirmation. In the film, the Supreme Court justice insists that the leaking of this testimony was a crime. “This was a criminal act that did this.”


“I was shocked, surprised, hurt, and enormously saddened” by the allegations, he says. “She never raised any hint that she was uncomfortable with me.” When he heard more about the specific allegations, Thomas recalled thinking, “Thank God! I know that never happened.”

The film shows his powerful testimony in 1991.


“Senator I would like to start by saying unequivocally, uncategorically, that I deny each and every single allegation against me today that suggested in any way that I had conversations of a sexual nature or about pornographic material with Anita Hill, that I ever attempted to date her, that I ever had any personal sexual interest in her, or that I in any way sexually harassed her.”

“This is a circus, it’s a national disgrace. And from my standpoint, as a black American as far as I’m concerned, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves, to have different ideas,” he declared. “And it is a message that unless you kowtow to an old order, this is what will happen to you. You will be lynched, destroyed, caricatured by a committee of the U.S. Senate rather than hung from a tree.”

“I have been harmed. I have been harmed. My family has been harmed. I’ve been harmed worse than I’ve ever been harmed in my life. I wasn’t harmed by the Klan. I wasn’t harmed by the Knights of Camelia. I wasn’t harmed by the Aryan Race. I wasn’t harmed by a racist group. I was harmed by this process — this process — which accommodated these attacks on me,”

Thomas said. “I’d rather die than withdraw from the process. Not for the purpose of serving on the Supreme Court, but for the purpose of not being driven out of this process. I will not be scared. I don’t like bullies. I’ve never run from bullies.”


Clarence Thomas was confirmed to the Supreme Court by a 52-48 vote in a Democrat-majority Senate, with 41 Republicans and 11 Democrats supporting him. Biden voted against him.

Even so, liberals have engaged in racist attacks against the black Supreme Court justice. The film concludes by showing political cartoons with Clarence Thomas in a Ku Klux Klan hood and a news magazine headlined “Uncle Thomas: Lawn Jockey for the Far Right.”


“If you criticize a black person who’s more liberal, you’re a racist. Whereas if you can do whatever to me or to now Ben Carson, and that’s fine because ‘You’re not really black because you’re not doing what we expect black people to do,'” Thomas says.


“The framers understood Natural Law and natural rights a certain way and it is an underpinning of the Declaration of Independence,” the Supreme Court justice explains. Natural Law is not some dog-whistle that Joe Biden should demonize — it is the centerpiece of America’s constitutional order.


The documentary notes Clarence Thomas’ many accomplishments, including his 600 opinions — 30 percent more than every other sitting Supreme Court justice. While the film is a fitting tribute to the justice, it also draws attention to Joe Biden’s past — a past that should deeply concern Americans today.


The explosive new film may also undermine Biden’s support among black Americans — who tend to prefer him to the other 2020 Democrats.*


*(EDITOR’S COMMENT:  And this is probably why Amazon pulled the documentary off their website.)



"White Privilege: The New Original Sin"

-Dr. Thomas Ascol

Joe Biden, high priest of

the cult of Woke

-Peter Wood, Spectator, Australia


‘Do you think he died of dispossession?’ That’s the facetious question the nameless hero of Ralph Ellison’s 1952 novel, Invisible Man, asks the audience at a rally in New York City in the 1930s. He is a smart and ambitious but naive young man who has fallen into the hands of a radical faction — no doubt the American Communist party — who want to use him to stir up black activism in Harlem. The audience warms to him as he admits his incompetence and compares the microphone to the ‘steel skull of a man’. Echoing his Marxist tutors, he asks, ‘Do you think he died of dispossession?’


I read the passage and think of the elusive charmer — ‘If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black’ — President Joe Biden. The poor man knows what a microphone is. He has been speaking his odd, sometimes plagiarized, often jumbled stultiloquence into microphones for over 50 years, since he was first elected to the New Castle County Council in Delaware. Along the way he discovered the important truth that the substance of what he said mattered far less than conveying a sense of his amiability. His statements are often the verbal equivalent of those famous shoulder rubs he gives, meant to impose familiarity on the recipient rather than win her permission. His words, C’mon man, are phatic: aimed at connecting, not at saying.


But like Ellison’s Invisible Man, Biden has the microphone and the audience, and the audience replies, per Ellison, ‘We with you, Brother. You pitch ’em we catch ’em!’


And Biden has been pitching ’em non-stop. Whoever has been feeding him executive orders and dictating phrases into his earpiece has realized that Biden has no filters at all. He isn’t the Invisible Man. He is the Malleable Man. The best proof of that is his declaration: ‘I’m rescinding the previous administration’s harmful ban on diversity and sensitivity training and abolish [sic] the offensive, counterfactual 1776 commission. Unity and healing must begin with understanding and truth, not ignorance and lies.’


We catch ’em, indeed. Biden in so many words just put his office in support of critical race theory, that offshoot of Frankfurt School Marxism. Joe Biden probably has little idea what that ‘theory’ is. He knows it has something to do with ‘race’, and that’s enough. It would be a long day on a Delaware beach before he could tell the difference between the Frankfurt School from a Coney Island Footlong.


In a spirit of charity, I’ll offer some help. By the 1930s, original Marxism was running out of steam. Stalin wasn’t helping the brand by murdering millions of his countrymen. Some German thinkers — the Frankfurt School of Marxists — came up with the idea that instead of fighting the evil capitalists with rocks or guns, the communist revolutionaries should attack the main ideas that made the liberal, bourgeois social order so popular. Liberalism was already on the rocks in Germany, thanks to Hitler, so a fair number of these Marxists immigrated to the United States. Their project was to convince Americans that our sense of freedom and fairness was an illusion. Beneath the illusion lay the real but invisible world of capitalist oppression. Liberal tolerance was hiding this truth, and the task of the revolutionaries was to show us that, rightly understood, we were all under the thumb of the oppressors.


Persuading people to feel oppressed when they are actually free is a tall order, especially when the supposed oppressor remained invisible. To make the Big O visible required creative techniques like staging riots. That was what the communists hoped Ellison’s Invisible Man would help to do. Riots bring police, and police beat people up, and presto, the oppression becomes visible.


Still, the American Communist party made little headway in efforts to persuade Americans that they were oppressed by the free market. But Frankfurt School Marxism did stumble onto something useful. Substitute something else for ‘capitalism’ and the idea that we are pushed around willy-nilly by a great, pernicious but mostly invisible force attracted a lot more believers. Some substituted ‘patriarchy’ for capitalism, and all at once a movement arose that blamed systemic patriarchy as the great source of oppression. Feminism, based on this principle, could indeed provide plenty of instances of injustices toward women, but the theory of patriarchy as an abiding, systemic premise of all civilization wasn’t open for debate or for the kind of interrogation that a genuine social scientific hypothesis would be subject to. It was (and is) treated as a transcendent insight, the denial of which merely shows that the skeptic is still in the grips of the illusion.


Critical race theory is another branch of this tree, and it works in an identical fashion. Its proponents simply assume that America is an entirely racist country. Everything — economics, politics, popular culture, family life, entertainment, organized religion, science, shopping, our very language — is infected with ‘systemic racism’. We may not see it, but that’s because we are wearing racist blinders. We may be disposed to doubt that this insidious form of prejudice surrounds us like the air we breathe, but that’s because systemic racism plants those doubts in our gullible heads.


All we can really do is turn to the enlightened few who will lead us out of the dismal swamp of implicit racism into the sunlit uplands of ‘anti-racism’.


And there we will enjoy the company of our great Anti-Racist-in-Chief, Joe Biden. But getting there won’t be easy. We will have to study hard, and our government will have to spend billions of dollars teaching us. And President Biden has just announced that he will do just that. ‘Rescinding the previous administration’s harmful ban on diversity and sensitivity training’ means restoring critical race theory as mandatory training for federal employees and federal contractors. And abolishing ‘the offensive, counterfactual 1776 Commission’ means distancing the executive branch of the US government from the American founding and the principles on which our national unity has been based for the last 245 years. That’s a small price to pay for the ‘unity and healing’ that ‘begin with understanding and truth, not ignorance and lies’.


Don’t let those words slide by into Biden gabblebarf. He is consigning the words of Jefferson, Madison, Adams, Washington, Franklin, Hamilton and others to the category of ‘ignorance and lies’. Truth and understanding apparently begin with Nikole Hannah-Jones, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Derrick Bell, Ibram X. Kendi, Robin DiAngelo, and the egregious 1619 Project.


I wouldn’t place any bets on Biden understanding or intending any bit of this. That hardly matters, any more than it mattered whether an Aztec priest wielding an obsidian blade believed that by ripping out the beating heart of his victim he was helping Huītzilōpōchtli hold back the powers of darkness. It was just his job, and the power of the regime depended on it. President Biden is faced with a similar situation. Cutting out the heart of the county is what we need to do at the moment. Otherwise Huītzilōpōchtli or Trump or somebody will take his power away. He doesn’t want to die of dispossession.

Joe Biden is a 'race-baiter' and lying to the American people; he is creating tension and division in our Country.  Where is "Fact Check" when it comes to his lie about 'Jim Crow'?
How Left Democrats are fomenting Racial Polarization:

Biden’s Toxic Identity Politics

(An article by George Neumayr written

before the 2020 Election)


Among Joe Biden’s biggest cons is his claim that he seeks national unity. “I believe that we have to end the divisive partisan politics that is ripping this country apart,” he says piously, even as he practices the most cynical racial politics.


From the start, his campaign has been drenched in lies about Trump’s supposed support for racism. Biden launched his campaign with the race-baiting lie that Trump, after the riot in Charlottesville, Virginia, had called white supremacists “very fine people.” That has been debunked countless times. But Biden keeps repeating it, with the media’s help, of course.

Biden once mused, “I was probably one of those phony liberals. The kind that go out of their way to be nice to a minority … ”


Chris Wallace, who knows perfectly well that Trump has condemned white supremacists, did Biden’s bidding on Tuesday. Instead of asking Biden why he keeps repeating the lie — Wallace could have cited the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s debunking of Biden, “Biden’s comment that Trump has ‘yet once to condemn supremacy’ is inaccurate” — he demanded from Trump a renunciation of white supremacists Trump has already made multiple times.


If anyone is a racial arsonist, it is Biden, who throws around charges of racism wildly. He called Trump’s coronavirus-related travel ban “xenophobic.”


In 2012, he preposterously claimed that Mitt Romney’s policies would put blacks “back in chains.” In a speech earlier this year, he tarred Republicans as “Bull Connors”: “They wear nice suits. They wield their power rolling back rights, punishing the poor, denying access to health care and quality education, and turning away refugees and asylum seekers.”


Biden proposes as a cure for racism not a color-blind meritocracy but reverse racism. He defended critical race theory training on Tuesday night, despite its openly racist treatment of white people. He and his running mate Kamala Harris support the vengeance-filled demands of Black Lives Matter. And Biden promises to turn personnel policy under his administration into a race-based bonanza.


“Biden has taken the position that he will not consider any candidate who is a man or woman who is white, Asian, Hispanic, or other minority that is not black, no matter how qualified,” writes Jonathan Turley, referring to Biden’s promise to place a black woman on the Supreme Court.


Biden’s relentless identity politics is a measure of his opportunism. He didn’t always practice it. In the 1990s, under Bill Clinton, as the Democrats tried to triangulate the Republicans, Biden talked tough about crime in America’s ghettos, saying Americans “are worried about being mugged on the subway. Women are worried about being raped on the way to their automobiles after work.… They worry that their government does not seem to be doing much about it, and unfortunately they appear to be right.”


“One of my objectives, quite frankly, is to lock Willie Horton up in jail,” he said in 1990. Imagine him making such a remark today.


Biden once mused, “I was probably one of those phony liberals. The kind that go out of their way to be nice to a minority … ” He still is a phony, except now he displays his fraudulence through identity politics.


A pandering Biden as president is a prospect that should give Americans pause. He will bring into his administration the reverse racists of Black Lives Matter and reduce every policy to a grievance test. Just look at his campaign website, which treats almost every issue, from housing to the environment, as a pretext for race-baiting.


Obama and Biden had eight years to close the racial divide. They pandered nonstop to Al Sharpton, who visited the White House so many times he might as well have had his own office there. But the racial divide only grew larger.


A Biden presidency promises more of the same. In his quest to complete Obama’s “fundamental transformation” of the country, Biden will not end race wars but ignite them. His path to the presidency has been marked by the lowest and most vicious demagoguery. He seeks to win not on unifying principles grounded in the Constitution but by caricaturing Trump’s views as racist. As we saw on Tuesday night, he refuses to debate matters on the merits.


Like Hillary Clinton, Biden finds it easy to dismiss conservatives as “deplorables.” Speaking before a group of LGBTQ activists in 2018, he said, “They, not you, have an ally in the White House…. They’re a small percentage of the American people — virulent people, some of them the dregs of society.”


The irony is that this toxic identity politics is sure to catch up with him, even if he wins the presidency. Don’t be surprised if he is hoist by his own petard, as the champions of Kamala Harris put pressure on him to quit the presidency early and hand it off to her. They will point out to him that as an old white male he can’t pass his own racial tests and owes it to blacks to step aside.


“I am the Democratic Party,” he declared on Tuesday night. No, he is not, as Black Lives Matter will surely remind him if he wins.

Joe Biden ‘embraces anti-Semitic agenda’ revealing ‘hardcore leftist’ colors:

Americans shouldn't be surprised about Biden's anti-Jewish stand; we saw this during the election campaign:

How Joe Biden Should Implement Critical Race Theory in the Defense Department

by James S. Corum

Jan 28, 2021

(Photo, below, included by author of article):

President Joe Biden has already shown that racial equity and Critical Race Theory will play a key role in the ideology of his administration. Essentially, Critical Race Theory holds that certain races have malign characteristics intrinsic to their skin color. Some races use racial privilege and power to oppress other races.

This theory is not new; indeed, it has been a major stream in Western thinking for over a century.

A version of Critical Race Theory was implemented as the core ideology of the German State between 1933 and 1945. In the German version of Critical Race Theory, it was the Jewish race that used their power and privilege to oppress other races, and therefore needed to be legally sanctioned. One can read the scholarship of the Third Reich’s leading institute of racial science, Jena University’s Institute for Heredity and Racial Policy (Institut für menschliche Erbkunde und Rassenpolitik) from the 1930s and simply exchange the term “Whites” in place of “Jews” — and it reads awfully close to today’s official racial ideology.

As a military man and former Defense Department civilian I am concerned how we implement Critical Race Theory in the Defense Department. After all, the Defense Department is the one branch of the government over which Joe Biden, as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, has complete control. Moreover, the problem of whiteness in the military has already been brought to the forefront by Democratic Representative Steven Cohen. (Democratic congressman Steve Cohen suggests National Guard members might ‘want to do something’ to Joe Biden during his inauguration because ‘they are mostly white Trump supporters’ | News Break)

The Department of Defense senior leadership has already instituted training that highlights the problem of a military in which over 50% of its members share the malign characteristics of being both male and white. One might think that an official ideology that declares an entire race to be malign and oppressive could not pass muster with the clear language of the 14th Amendment and the 1964 Civil Rights Act. However, we can be sure that any legal opposition to Critical Race Theory will be swept aside by Chief Justice Roberts.

Indeed, the real problem in implementing Critical Race Theory will be in its practical application. We can look at the Third Reich experience with critical race theory. The Nuremberg Laws enacted in September 1935 created legal sanctions against German Jews, who then constituted less than 1% of the German population. The German State believed that it would be easy to sanction and suppress a relatively small group, but there were unanticipated realities. In the century since Jewish emancipation, Jews had assimilated, become middle class, and intermarried widely with Christian Germans. When the law required all Germans prove their Aryan Germanic status, many more than 1% of Germans had enough Jewish ancestry to face sanction under the Nuremberg Laws. These included many individuals very useful to the German State, including distinguished soldiers, engineers, doctors, and aircraft designers. There were also cases of devoted Nazi Gauleiters, totally committed to the Party, who discovered that Grandma Schultz had actually been born a Goldberg. Such people faced loss of party status, job, and citizenship.

The head of state, Mr. Hitler, instituted an imaginative program designed to retain the services of many valuable and talented Germans with Jewish ancestry. Hitler intervened and personally reviewed files of people legally declared Jewish and, in a few thousand cases, pronounced that certain people –including many in the military – were not Jewish but actually Aryan. Hitler issued certificates of “Arianization” clearing people of their Jewish ancestry and thus entitled to all rights and privileges of an Aryan German citizen. (Bryan Rigg, Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers, Kansas 2002)

In combating whiteness in the U.S. armed forces, the Biden administration can follow the 1930s German approach and issue certificates of “minoritization,” making the recipient legally non-white. Applications for minoritization could be accompanied by a large financial donation to the Joe and Hunter Biden Charitable Foundation, soon to be established.  However, few members of the armed forces have the financial resources to make the kind of donations that the Bidens would expect. So, the rank and file will have to look to other means of achieving minority status.

Senator Elizabeth Warren gives us one model for “minoritization.” Early in her career, Senator Warren declared through “family lore” evidence she was not a blonde, white woman, but actually a Native American. Thanks to this scam, she advanced through affirmative action to become Harvard Law School’s first female professor “of color.” It was remarkably effective – except for one inconvenient fact. In becoming Native American, she chose the only racial group clearly defined under American law. To be a recognized member of a Native American nation, “family lore” doesn’t’ hack it. One must prove direct ancestral connections through tribal registers, no tribal registration, no Native American status. In the great chandelier of our politician-lawyers, Elizabeth Warren may be the dimmest bulb.

But, luckily for most of us who are smarter than Senator Warren, other races and ethnicities are not clearly defined under U.S. law. So, I suggest a variation of the Warren method to attain coveted minority status that is simple and legal. In my own family tree, I found a Mary Brown who married an ancestor in the 1830s. There is no information as to her birth, or parentage, or origin. But according to “family lore,” I heard that Mary Brown was actually born Maria Moreno and had immigrated from Spain. Voilà! I have just been transformed from being a white oppressor into being a non-white victim.

Recent scientific studies of mitochondrial DNA could be used redefine race Thanks to the Medieval invasions of Europe by the Asiatic Huns, Avars and Mongols, just about anyone whose family originates to the east of Switzerland is likely to have a good deal of Asian DNA in their makeup.  The only problem with claiming Asian as your racial category is that you are screwed if you apply to an Ivy League school, especially Harvard.  But until the U.S. adopts detailed racial definition laws — the Third Reich’s Nuremberg Laws or the Apartheid Laws of the Republic of South Africa are excellent models for the Biden Administration  —  most white personnel can find a way to claim coveted minority status.

But what can we do about the high-ranking leadership staffed by thousands of white male flag officers and senior civilians who have for decades been part of the systemic racism that plagues America? In the long past era when the Defense department was focused on winning wars, it was necessary to tolerate meritocracy regardless of race. But, thankfully, that can be dispensed with today.  Under the Clinton, Bush, and Obama presidencies, the outmoded Defense department focus upon winning wars was thrown out. Since the Clinton administration, the key prerequisite for career advancement has been a readiness to say or do anything that will please the political leadership.

The one thing that can immediately end the malign power of white males in the military and civilian senior ranks of the Department of Defense is to require all high-ranking white males to undergo transgender surgery.  Even if generals and senior civilians remain white, they will be freed of the toxic influence of maleness. Nothing less can reassure the Democrat party leaders of the military’s absolute personal loyalty to Joe Biden. This progressive move to literally transform our senior defense leaders will not harm the nation, as the establishment’s military/security policies will continue to fail regardless of whether the top leaders or white or minorities, male or female (or cisgender). And while a Bidenized defense leadership will continue to lose wars, at least our senior leaders will look a lot more interesting.

To make a statement like that with another foreign country that is in the 'nuclear family' is, speaking diplomatically, a very serious mistake.  We only have to look at the history of President Roosevelt and his Sec. of State Cordell Hull dealing with Japan from 1938 to Pearl Harbor, to see what the implication might be.  The language Biden used is not diplomatic. It could be more of his cognitive decline involved, as referenced in the following video of his calling his Vice President, "President Harris."  It would be prudent for the Sec. of State to have input into this before the situation escalates.
What the rest of the world sees that is covered up by the U.S. main stream media:
Joe Biden is showing obvious dementia; and this is sad for our country.

Deception or Dementia? With Joe Biden, It’s Likely Both.

A life-long habit of lying and rapid cognitive decline could make his presidential tenure a debacle.


By Henry I. Miller, M.S., M.D., April 16, 2021

(Henry I. Miller, a physician and molecular biologist, was a Research Associate at the National Institutes of Health and the founding director of the FDA’s Office of Biotechnology.)


Joe Biden has benefited from the popular wisdom that he is a consensus builder, promoter of national unity, and an empathetic, straight-talking, working class guy from Scranton, Pennsylvania.


The Post awarded Biden its highest mendacity rating: Four Pinocchios.


By all accounts, these are notions that should already have evaporated less than three months into his presidency. Bipartisanship has been nonexistent; his political stance has shifted far to the left; and his commission to study Supreme Court “reforms” appears to be a prelude to packing the court, a brazen power-grab. Nevertheless, the presidential speechwriters, flacks, and apparatchiks have obviously been instructed to emphasize Biden’s supposed kinder, gentler, collaborative, truthful qualities at every opportunity.


President Biden’s recent pronouncements on Georgia’s new voting rights law tell a very different story, however. At a news conference on March 25th, the President remarked, “What I’m worried about is how un-American this whole initiative is. It’s sick. It’s sick … deciding that you’re going to end voting at five o’clock when working people are just getting off work.”


The next day, the White House issued a statement on his behalf regarding “the Attack on the Right to Vote in Georgia.” “Among the outrageous parts of this new state law, it ends voting hours early so working people can’t cast their vote after their shift is over,” it read.


Although Georgia’s new law did make some changes to early voting, experts consulted by the Washington Post (a paragon of the left-wing mainstream media, remember) say that “the net effect was to expand the opportunities to vote for most Georgians, not limit them.” The Post awarded Biden its highest mendacity rating: Four Pinocchios.


The same disdain for the truth also pertains to the President’s pronouncements about his administration’s policies—especially, his promise to “Build Back Better” for American workers. Contrary to his claims, the proposed tax increases on corporations “would reduce the after-tax return on investment and make U.S. companies less competitive globally with the highest combined state-federal corporate tax rate in the developed world,” according to an editorial in the Wall Street Journal. The Journal concludes that “lower profits mean slower wage increases for workers and higher prices for consumers to make up for higher costs,” which gives the lie to Biden’s repeated claims that he’s the champion of the middle class.


In spite of the persona that Biden tries to project, his misrepresentations and exaggerations are already in evidence only three months into his presidency.




Playing fast and loose with the truth is nothing new for Biden. Over several decades, he has become infamous—even among politicians—for gaffes, blunders … and lies.


Eventually, the habit of lying began to overlap with clear evidence of cognitive decline…


In 1987, during the first of his multiple bids for the presidency, then-Senator Biden plagiarized part of a campaign speech from a speech by Neil Kinnock, who was then the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, even revising his own family history to conform to the speech. Biden, who once faced disciplinary action for plagiarizing part of a law school paper, claimed that same year that he “went to law school on a full academic scholarship—the only one in my class to have a full academic scholarship” and that he “ended up in the top half” of his class. At one point, he had boasted that, in college, he was “the outstanding student in the political science department” and “graduated with three degrees.”


After the flagrant inaccuracies in his statements were exposed, Biden made this admission on September 22nd, 1987: “I did not graduate in the top half of my class at law school, and my recollection of this was inaccurate.” He actually graduated 76th out of a class of 85 from the Syracuse College of Law, and in college, received a single B.A. degree.


Understandably, his presidential campaign hopes were dashed—for the 1988 bid, at least—but as a liar, he was just getting warmed up.


While he served in the Senate, Biden’s untruthfulness was so renowned that Congressional staffers began passing around a spoof Biden resumé claiming that he was the “inventor of polyurethane and the weedeater” and “Member, Rockettes (1968).” Eventually, the habit of lying began to overlap with clear evidence of cognitive decline (which is hardly surprising for someone who has had two neurosurgical operations for leaking cerebral aneurysms). During the 2008 presidential campaign, he observed: “When the stock market crashed [in 1929], Franklin Roosevelt got on television” and explained it to the public. In fact, Roosevelt did not become president until 1933, and his first appearance on TV was six years later.


Since that gaffe, Biden, who is now 78, has for years fumbled and bumbled increasingly frequently in his public remarks. His then-boss, President Barack Obama, reportedly was none too happy about it. According to the authors of Game Change, Obama asked angrily, “How many times is Biden gonna say something stupid?” Obama administration national security official Ben Rhodes wrote in his memoir that “in the Situation Room, Biden could be something of an unguided missile.” And, of course, Biden’s performance during the 2020 presidential campaign was generally lackluster, lethargic, and replete with gaffes and misstatements.


As a physician, I wonder about a possible connection between Biden’s cognitive decline and his dissembling.


Biden’s cognitive decline is getting worse. Last month, the Leader of the Free World forgot not only the name of his own defense secretary, but also the name of the building (the Pentagon) in which the headquarters of the Department of Defense is located.  And during his one and only press conference, President Biden had to have on the podium cheat sheets with detailed answers to questions he would likely be asked. (I shudder to think what it would be like to brief him on a complex issue.)


As a physician, I wonder about a possible connection between Biden’s cognitive decline and his dissembling. People who are suffering from dementia often make up things to fill gaps in their memory and ability to reason. Then again, it could just be that a long and illustrious career of lying is hard to shake off.


One thing is for certain; we can expect to see continuing validation from President Biden of the old quip, “How can you tell when a politician is lying? His lips are moving.” But in the same way that you can’t take your eyes off a train wreck in progress, it will be fascinating to see whether the salient feature of Biden’s presidency will be his mendacity or his dementia—or some incendiary admixture of the two.


The American media has anointed themselves the purveyors of truth.  But that was before the most important Trump story you never heard:

A correction issued by the Washington Post has revealed former President Donald Trump did not tell Georgia’s top elections investigator to “find the fraud” or that she would be a “national hero” if she did during a controversial phone conversation, says Sky News host James Morrow.


Two months after the publication of the story the Georgia Secretary of state released an audio recording of Mr Trump’s December phone call which showed the Washington Post misquoted the former president’s comments.


Mr Morrow said in the recording Mr Trump urged the investigator to scrutinize ballots in Fulton County asserting she would find "dishonesty" there and told her she had "the most important job in the country right now”.


“When the actual recording of the call was found, oddly in the trash bin of the computer belonging to Georgia election authorities, it revealed the call was nothing like how it was originally characterised.”


Mr Morrow said the forces of groupthink, mass hysteria and the unchecked mainstream media have come together to decisively rule on which people are fit to hold public office.


He described the correction story as “the most important Trump story you’ve probably never heard”. 


“This isn't about whether or not Trump won or lost. Biden is president and the world has moved on but what it is about is a media that has anointed itself the arbiter of truth when it appears they don't even know the meaning of the word.”

Here is the report:

Woke tech giants are practicing Totalitarian Censorship:
Falsehoods told for Personal Gain
The Climate Change agenda
is a
Green New Deal seeks to control Americans under the guise of a Crisis:
The only thing Green about "Green Energy" is the
Green Money that banks and corporations make.
Iowa Farmers are Skeptical about Climate Change:
The real crisis at the Texas/Arizona border
Joe Biden wants to spread the illegals throughout America in federal military bases.  In some cases, (we have discovered) put the teenagers in barracks already assigned to active duty military. (Fort Lee, Virginia has been mentioned as one place).

Some of these kids have been brought to one of the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo arenas, Freeman Coliseum and now there are reports of sexual abuse coming out from there.

Montana Governor responds:
Foreign News Correspondents are providing the details with pictures and stories about the Border Crisis in the United States which our own media will not cover.
The truth about Biden's Border Crisis is exposed by an on-the-ground reporter in Mexico:
Harris has NO plans to visit the border.  Consider what she said BEFORE the election:

Arizona Democrat Criticizes Biden for Ignoring ‘Immediate Crisis at the Border’ in Speech

By Tobias Hoonhout


April 28, 2021


Freshman Senate Democrat Mark Kelly criticized President Biden for failing to articulate how the White House will “address the immediate crisis at the border” during his address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday night.


“While I share President Biden’s urgency in fixing our broken immigration system, what I didn’t hear tonight was a plan to address the immediate crisis at the border,” Kelly said in a press release following Biden’s 67-minute address.


During the speech, Biden did not mention the situation at the southern border — which has seen a record surge in illegal crossings, according to March data from Customs and Border Protection. Border Patrol apprehended 172,331 migrants last month, 48,587 of the whom were unaccompanied migrant children. Biden did call on Congress “to pass legislation this year to finally secure protection for the Dreamers, saying that “the country supports immigration reform.”


“I will continue holding this administration accountable to deliver the resources and staffing necessary for a humane, orderly process as we work to improve border security, support local economies, and fix our immigration system.” Kelly continued. He also praised Biden for calling on “Republicans and Democrats to continue working together on investments in education, infrastructure, and technology like increasing domestic manufacturing of semiconductors to maintain our competitive edge over China and create the jobs of the future in Arizona.”


Last week, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, a Republican, declared a state of emergency at the state’s southwest border, calling it “overwhelmed.”


“Citizens and our border communities are concerned for their safety and nonprofits, left to pick up the pieces of broken federal policies, are strained,” Ducey said. Arizona is the first state to declare an emergency due to the border situation.


Arizona Governor's speech on the Border Crisis that Biden created:

A Border Crisis of Biden’s Own Making

Rich Lowry

Fri, April 30, 2021


For President Biden, the border should have been similar to the COVID-vaccine rollout — something where all he had to do to succeed was broadly maintain the path that his predecessor had already set.


Instead, Biden blew holes in Trump’s border strategy and, as a surge of migrants predictably arrived at the border, his team set about denying reality and implausibly blaming Trump.


If the Biden administration expended as much energy securing the border in its first 100 days as it did denying there’s a “crisis” at the border, the alleged noncrisis would already be abating.


As it is, Biden and Co. aren’t fooling anyone. His rating on the border is abysmal — just 29 percent of the public approves of his handling of the border in recent Quinnipiac and CNBC polls.


It is telling that the inevitable internal Biden blame game over the crisis focuses on HHS secretary Xavier Becerra’s not doing enough to house the incoming minors rather than on the policies that started the unprecedented flow in the first place. The administration is clearly most interested in how it can better process the people coming into the country rather than how it can keep them out in the first place.


Biden’s treatment of the issue in his address to the joint session of Congress on Wednesday night was particularly otherworldly.


He touted comprehensive immigration reform as the solution to the border, although the security enhancements in such bills are usually window dressing and wouldn’t address the specific loopholes that allow migrants from Central America to gain access to America and stay here, when migrants from Mexico largely can’t.


He said that there’s no way to solve the migrant crisis without addressing the violence, corruption, gangs, political instability, and destitution in Central America. Then, astonishingly enough, he claimed to have alleviated all these problems as vice president until Trump came along and ripped it all up.


It’s not clear what Biden is even referring to, but if what he said were remotely true, there never would have been a migrant crisis under Trump in 2019 because conditions in Central America would have been too favorable for people to leave.


As for Trump supposedly reversing all the progress in conditions on the ground, it’s not even clear what Biden’s theory is. Trump did suspend aid to Central American countries to get them to cooperate on stemming the flow of migrants, but the aid was quickly restored when the countries played ball.


It’s completely obvious that what has driven the crisis at the border are expectations that Biden would be more welcoming than Trump and the exemption that Biden created for minors in Title 42, used to turn around migrants during the pandemic.


Biden has also ended Remain in Mexico, the successful program to get migrants to wait in Mexico while their asylum claims are adjudicated in the U.S. (if they are allowed in the U.S. during this process, they will never leave, even if their claims ultimately fail).


Why did Biden create this unnecessary crisis? It’s the outcome of ideology triumphing over common sense. That is true of the Biden approach more broadly — otherwise, he wouldn’t be proposing $6 trillion in new spending. The effects are most visible at the border, with rapid, real-world consequences, but that doesn’t mean that his domestic ambitions won’t ultimately lead to similar, if less immediately evident, failures.


Biden refuses to address the
crisis in Myanmar
Biden refuses to respond to the Israel-Gaza violence
The usual suspects in the media are distorting the conflict in the Middle East:
Some commentators fear Joe Biden is as weak and feeble as he appears.
Australian journalist John Anderson interviews Dr. R. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: "The U.S. Election, Supreme Court, and Cultural Shifts" (Oct 2020).
President Biden is the first president in over 100 years to not hold a press conference after 50 plus days in office.

President Calvin Coolidge held more press conferences and sooner than Biden.
Green "WOKENESS": Renewable Energy Creates More Pollutants than Fossil Fuel:

The 'Left's War on U.S. History': Biden Bows to 'the Woke Left', Disbands the 1776 Commission

Italian Dictionary, Movies, and yes, NASA have gone "Woke":
Wokeness is blighting the lives of an entire generation

"TOXIC MASCULINITY" is considered "Woke"

Gov DeSantis says critical race theory won't be taught in Florida schools because it 'teaches kids to hate their country and each other' 

  • Governor Ron DeSantis made the comments on Wednesday when he proposed a $106million boost in funding for civics education in the state
  • He said $17million would be for developing civics curricula with 'foundational concepts' - and not 'unsanctioned narratives like critical race theory'
  • 'There is no room in our classrooms for critical race theory,' DeSantis said
  • 'Teaching kids to hate their country and to hate each other is not worth one red cent of taxpayer money,' he added
  • Critical race theory examines the way race and racism influences politics, culture and the law
The view from Australia:
We are seeing freedoms slammed shut under new cultural divide.
"WOKE" is alive and well in Portland, Oregon, as the crime soars out of control and a 'Woke' Socialist mayor has turned a blind eye there for years.
An artificial rift is being created under Joe Biden that could be the downfall of America:
CNN has a history of deception.............
and are becoming a fifth column mouthpiece for those who promote a radical political agenda, as revealed in the following 2 news stories:
More than 90% of Black individuals murdered are killed by other Black perpetrators.

Identity Politics and the Spirit of the Age:

A conversation with Dr. R. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

The Temptations of Socialism:
A conversation with Dr. R. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
This picture needs no explanation:

Marxist' BLM movement aims to destroy the 'Western way of life'

The Black Lives Matter organisation is part of a global movement designed to destroy capitalism, according to retired Vanderbilt University professor Carol Swain. “I was one of the first commentators to point out it was a very Marxist movement,” she told Sky News. “What I am pointing out today is we have to distinguish between the slogan ‘Black Lives Matter,’ which is a true statement in the same way that ‘All Lives Matter’ is a true statement,” she told Sky News "A lot of well meaning people who want to show black people that they care about them, these people are doing it by supporting the Black Lives Matter organisation, and my opposition is that they are confusing the slogan with the organisation and the organisation is part of a global movement to destroy life as we know it in America and probably the rest of the western world."