Monday, June 23, 2008

I'll be on Vacation-but check these websites out.

This is to let everyone know that I will be on vacation for the next week and therefore, I will not be able to post anything until I get back. However, if there is a chance that I have a computer to get on, I will do my hardest to do that. But don't hold your breath. Before you go, you need to click on to check on the daily radio programs with white nationalist perspective. In addition, click on to learn about the new homeschool webpage that is tailored to white Christian families for parents whom are interested in teaching their children at home while at the same time, teaching them to have pride in their race.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

The "Fairness Doctrine"- a ploy to destroy the public airways

I have reprinted an article by Eva Arlia that goes into detail the attempt by the Liberals in Congress to revive the "Fairness Doctrine" which threatens the broadcasters licensing if they don't offer the opposing side equal time on the air. This is an attack on broadcasters' First Amendment righs. This act is being revived as a result of the overwhelming success of conservative talks shows in the past two decades, and the overwhelming failure of the liberal talks shows. As a result, the liberals want to destroy any conservative or traditional viewpoint on the air since its success. Even though the media is ultra liberal, they don't want the ability of Christians, conservatives, or those that hold traditional ideas to be able to voice their opinion and possibly have the public hear something different than the liberal soundbytes. They virtually can't stop the internet, however, they figure at least they can try to stop the radio. On the right is a picture of several members of the US House of Representatives and media personalities, which recently held a press conference to urge every member of Congress to sign the Fairness Doctrine discharge petition to bring H.R. 2905, the Broadcaster Freedom Act, to the House floor for an up or down vote. The petition currently has 190 signatures and 218 are needed to bring the bill to the floor.

Fair to Whom?by Eva Arlia August 14, 2007

It appears as though we’ve taken a time capsule back to the Cold War. Liberals in Congress are “looking at the possibility” of bringing back the so-called “Fairness Doctrine,” a completely partisan ploy to manipulate the public airwaves and stifle free speech. An arcane method of regulating broadcasters, the “Fairness Doctrine” threatens broadcasters with loss of licensing if they do not offer airtime to opposing viewpoints, thus creating—in theory, at least—“fair and balanced” reporting. Given the surge of popularity of conservative talk radio, this debate is turning into nothing more than a childish tantrum on the part of liberals that, “You’re not listening to me!”

This controversial attack on the First Amendment dates back to 1949 and was consistently challenged until it was ultimately overturned in 1987. A misguided attempt to enhance public awareness, this policy, in effect, restricts journalistic freedom and actually inhibits controversial issues from being presented.

Oddly enough, the hatchet that was buried twenty years ago has again been dug up and is being used to chop down our freedom of expression and speech.

The Senate first instigated the current “Fairness Doctrine” debate in late June when liberal Senators publicly declared their intentions to revive this antiquated policy. Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin (D-Illinois) and Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-California) and John Kerry (D-Massachusetts) have all announced their support for the “Fairness Doctrine.”

Sen. Durbin has repeatedly claimed that it is in the best interest of the nation to have “an educated electorate.” In an interview with Fox News Sunday on June 24, Sen. Feinstein said, “I remember when there was a [F]airness [D]octrine, and I think there was much more serious correct reporting to people.” Sen. Kerry then made a public statement on June 26 on YouTube asserting that there is an “imbalance of our public dialogue,” and that the “Fairness Doctrine” would alleviate concerns about squeezing out opposing views.

At the onset of this fierce debate, the House considered an amendment offered by Rep. Mike Pence (R-Indiana) to the Financial Services Appropriations Bill (H.R. 2829), to bar the FCC from spending money to revive the “Fairness Doctrine” or any similar policies. On June 28, Rep. Pence’s amendment passed overwhelmingly in a 309-115 vote.

A group of conservative Senators, led by Sen. Norm Coleman, (R-Minnesota) followed suit by writing the Broadcaster Freedom Act of 2007, which contains nearly identical language to the Pence amendment and maintains that the FCC cannot reintroduce the “Fairness Doctrine.” Regrettably, Sen. Durbin and other liberals have rebuffed repeated attempts to attach this legislation onto appropriations bills on the Senate floor.

Sen. Coleman first tried to attach the Broadcaster Freedom Act as an amendment to the Department of Defense Reauthorization bill (H.R. 1585) on July 16, and liberals objected to his request, interrupting his floor speech several times to ask questions and highlight their objections to the legislation. Later that week, on July 20, he proposed attaching the Broadcaster Freedom Act to the Higher Education Reauthorization Bill (S. 1642) and was again rebuffed by a procedural vote that fell directly along party lines.

Broadcasters have also spoken out against the “Fairness Doctrine.” A recent editorial in the Los Angeles Times stated, “No matter what your point of view might be, you have free or inexpensive outlets available to express them … [j]ust as the government shouldn’t decide what you say on the channels you create, nor should it be able to dictate the range of opinions people hear over the air.” In a press release following the Pence Amendment passage, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) stated, “Bringing back the Fairness Doctrine is unnecessary, unwarranted, and unconstitutional. Complementing the absolute explosion in alternative media outlets since the Fairness Doctrine was eliminated, broadcast viewers and listeners today enjoy a rich diversity of viewpoints from all sides of the political spectrum.”

Sen. Coleman echoed those sentiments earlier in his floor speech during the introduction of the Broadcaster Freedom Act. “In the world of communications today, Americans have all sorts of options to hear the other side. All they’ve got to do is turn a dial. All they’ve got to do is push a button. All they’ve got to do is press a mouse.”

Suppressing freedom of speech as a political tactic has not curried favor with many in this debate. Via the Internet, radio or television, abundant viewpoints are available, and consumers can subscribe to whichever suits their fancy. Keeping access to the airwaves free and unfettered is an important task of Congress, and it should not abandon that task now."

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Picket the National Education Association's convention

As many are unaware, the The National Education Association (NEA) is a very liberal educatation organization. Thousands of teachers that teach our youth in the public schools in the rural and urban areas are members of this ultra liberal organization. However, even many of these teachers are not aware that the NEA promotes homosexuality, abortion, and the secular lifestyle, all of which is against our Christian faith and heritage. The vast majority of the public believes the NEA just wants to teach our children in the public schools the essential elements of the A, B, C's, without fully realizing the incidious plans of the NEA. Yet, the NEA's plans are being brought to light more and more everyday as students are being dumbed down each year as a result of the children being brainwashed by the NEA's teachers. That being said, the NEA will be holding its annual convention in Washington, D.C. in early July. On July 2, Pro-Life teachers, students, parents and school employees will be picketing outside the national convention and also outside NEA state offices nationwide. The purpose is to draw attention to the NEA's entrenched pro-abortion position - a position that many NEA members and even convention delegates remain unaware of. Your participation is encouraged! Go to to learn more about this protest.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

First day of Same Sex Marriage in California

The Concerned Womens of America press release states, "Today, June 17, is the first full day of same-sex marriages in California. The state's supreme court imposed same-sex marriage on California - and effectively on the rest of us - despite the vote of the people in 2000 to support marriage in Proposition 22 and despite the fact that a state constitutional amendment will be on this fall's ballot.
Our nation is in moral, spiritual, and cultural distress. But God has shown us mercy time and time again.
Our nation began when God amazingly delivered us from George III's tyranny during the War for Independence. It would have been reasonable for people in 1776 to conclude that there was absolutely no way they could ever hope to win a war against the world's superpower at that time - Great Britain. But, they called out to the Lord and they took a stand for liberty. There was a great outpouring of God's mercy in the years before that war. George Washington rightly gave credit to the Lord in celebrating "such reiterated and astonishing interpositions of Providence."
Today, the circumstances may feel overwhelming, but we must trust in God and turn to Him in times of peril when our liberty is threatened. Please join us in prayer for our nation.
For your consideration:
II Chronicles 7:14 is the well known verse that so many in our modern era stand on as God's faithful promise.
Psalm 35 was the appointed prayer which the Rev. Duche read during the famous prayer in the Continental Congress in 1774."
You can find articles here with details about CWA's Day of Prayer and Fasting for marriage,

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

New formation of Congressional Equality Caucus for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Americans

The continual steps of the destruction of our culture continues. Most Americans are not aware that the perverse lifestyle of the homosexual movement is getting more momentum than ever before. Millions and millions of dollars are poured into "their" movement each and every month. Their foot hold in our political and judicial branches are increasing every day as Christians sit back and watch. They do nothing. And for the most part, they are scared to be called racists and bigots, or they simply are apathetic. Here is just another example how the political clout of the homosexual movement is taking hold in Washington, D.C. The Task Force Action Fund has just formed the Congressional Equality Caucus for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Americans. Congressional leaders announced the launch of the caucus on Capitol Hill at a press conference. The event featured U.S. Reps. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and Barney Frank (D-Mass.), (picture on right) who will serve as co-chairs, as well as a number of the caucus’ vice chairs and members. The co-chair and members are as follows: Co-Chairs: Reps. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Barney Frank (D-MA) Vice Chairs: Reps. Rob Andrews (D-NJ), Xavier Becerra (D-CA) Lois Capps (D-CA), Yvette Clarke (D-NY), Joseph Crowley (D-NY), Diana DeGette (D-CO), Keith Ellison (D-MN), Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), Mike Honda (D-CA), Barbara Lee (D-CA), James McGovern (D-MA), Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Linda Sanchez (D-CA), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), Hilda Solis (D-CA), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Henry Waxman (D-CA), Anthony Weiner (D-NY), Peter Welch (D-VT) Members: Reps. Howard Berman (D-CA), Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), Robert Brady (D-PA), Michael Capuano (D-MA), Susan Davis (D-CA), Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), Eliot Engel (D-NY), Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Phil Hare (D-IL), Rush Holt (D-NJ), Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX), Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), Doris Matsui (D-CA), James Moran (D-VA), Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Frank Pallone (D-NJ), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Steven Rothman (D-NJ), Jose Serrano (D-NY), Chris Shays (R-CT), Pete Stark (D-CA), Betty Sutton (D-OH), Ellen Tauscher (D-CA), Niki Tsongas (D-MA), Robert Wexler (D-FL), Lynn Woolsey (D-CA)Statement by Rea Carey, Acting Executive DirectorNational Gay and Lesbian Task Force Action Fund stated, “We applaud this historic event, where a diverse coalition of congressional members has come together in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. The caucus consists of members who are longtime allies and friends of our community, and we look forward to working with them in the next Congress to advance key legislative priorities around hate crimes, a repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ and passage of a fully inclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act.“We also hope to expand our work in other important areas that affect LGBT individuals, such as health care, aging, homeless youth, anti-bullying legislation and securing funding for social service programs. We extend special thanks to U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin and her staff for organizing today’s event as well as to Chairman Frank and the rest of the more than 50 members of the caucus for their years of dedication and tireless work.” It is truly a shame when there is not one congressman or senator in Washington, D.C. that will stand for the traditional ideas of our white European forefathers that built this country. Could you imagine if one U.S. Representative or U.S. Senator would make an announcement in D.C. that they were forming a congressional caucus for the interests of white people? They would immediately be exiled from their political parties, the news media would brand them haters and bigots, and the establishment would be calling on their resignation and ultimately, millions of dollars would be sent to that person's state to defeat him or her at their next election. However, we now have members of congress that are openly saying we are going to bring change that will forever destroy America's rich white-Christian culture, and no one blinks. However, even with all this negativity, remember, Jesus Christ said this would happen. He said that two (2) things would happen before He would return: (1) mescegenation (race-mixing) and (2) homoesexuality. You can order a book called "The last Church" by Dr. Pastor Thomas Robb at that goes in detail about this. But as White-Christian Nationalists, we have duty to be involved in local and national politics, we have a duty to support our movement financially, and we have a duty to not be idle. Remember, all children under the age of 8 years old in America are less than 50 percent white. Until then.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Pro-LGBT Christians will gather in New Orleans in September

Who would have thought we would live to see the day when the perverse lifestyle of homosexuals would be able to come out and call themselves Christians and then publically gather. However, our nation no longer is Christian. We live in the memory of a Christian nation. As a result, I have posted a news event that just came out of the LGBT web site. It states: :The Faith leaders will be gathering for Many Stories, One Voice: The North American Convocation of Pro-LGBT Christians
“Today, too many people think Christian equals obsession with hating lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons. Too many people hear preachers talking about ‘homosexuals’ causing Hurricane Katrina and all other sorts of natural disasters. But the Christian gospel and the ministry of Jesus are all about justice and healing and hope.”— Rev. Rebecca Voelkel, Institute for Welcoming Resources and Faith Work Director, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
WASHINGTON, May 22 — Hundreds of pro-lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) faith leaders will converge on New Orleans, La., Sept. 4–7, for Many Stories, One Voice, the premier gathering of pro-LGBT Christians.
Many Stories, One Voice provides a rare and unique opportunity for pro-LGBT Christians to build relationships, and offers rich Bible study, challenging and profound worship and praise, concrete skills-building, strategic action and reflective and incisive theological analysis. This is in part designed to grow the number of Christian churches that are welcoming and affirming of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
“Today, too many people think Christian equals obsession with hating lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons. Too many people hear preachers talking about ‘homosexuals’ causing Hurricane Katrina and all other sorts of natural disasters. But the Christian gospel and the ministry of Jesus are all about justice and healing and hope,” said the Rev. Rebecca Voelkel, Institute for Welcoming Resources and faith work director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
The conference will offer new tools and training in the areas of faith-based community organizing, media training, board development, fund-raising, research, biblical studies, theology, capacity-building and other concrete skills. Participants will also engage in discussions about issues of race, class, ability, age, embodiment, gender identity and sexual orientation.
“Many Stories, One Voice is a gathering of these extravagantly welcoming Christians, in all their identities. While this conference is rooted in Christian tradition, all are welcome,” said Voelkel. “To be Christian is to be called to live God’s extravagant welcome in the world. And there are hundreds of thousands of faithful Christians living out this vision. There are hundreds of thousands of pro-LGBT Christians who are African American, Latino/a, Asian American and Pacific Islander, European American and First Nations People. There are hundreds of thousands of pro-LGBT Christians who are of every age, class, ability, gender and orientation.”
Many Stories, One Voice is convened by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, in partnership with more than 30 pro-LGBT Christian organizations, from progressive, moderate and conservative traditions.
They include Affirm United/S’affirmer ensemble, Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists, Brethren Mennonite Council for LGBT Interests, Covenant Network of Presbyterians, DignityUSA, The Evangelical Network, The Fellowship, Gay Christian Network, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), Integrity, Inter-Denominational Conference of Liberation Congregations & Ministries. Lutherans Concerned/North America, More Light Presbyterians, National Black Justice Coalition, New Ways Ministry, Reconciling Ministries Network, Reformed Catholic Church, Human Rights Campaign Religion & Faith Program, Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing, Room For All, Ruach Fellowship of Christ Centered Churches World-Wide, Soulforce, That All May Freely Serve, Universal Anglican Church, United Church of Christ Coalition for LGBT Concerns, Health and Wholeness Advocacy Ministry, United Church of Christ, Unity Fellowship Church, Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches and Welcoming Communities Network."

As you can see, these homosexuals are not Christians. Just because a person who commits an abomination according to God's law, such as being a practicing homosexual or miscegenation, does not mean they are Christians. Homosexuality is an abomination. Read Leviticus 20:13. The problem is our churches who now follows the practice of Judaism (hence, they call themselves Judeo-Christians) no longer stand up against the perverse lifestyle. However, in the end, they will be judged and unfortunately, our nation will to. Until then.