Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Finally we are beginning to hear good news about the Islamic State.
It’s even better because it is coming from a foreign journalist, rather the clowns that provide us our daily gruel
May they all go to Allah as soon as possible.
Oh yes, one other item, please note the picture of Obama below, he’s wearing a brown “Bomber jacket,” with Air Force One and his name on it.
This is a seriously big deal, most in the military don’t golf, or know who he is, so his jacket reminds him of his name, and where he belongs, in the “Mother Ship.”
International Business Tribune
At last the essential building blocks of a coalition against the ultra-violent criminal conspiracy that used to call…
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Originally posted on Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog:
(Chicago, Illinois) — It was an honor to be on the campus of Moody Bible Institute in downtown Chicago on Monday and Tuesday. At the invitation of Dr. Paul Nyquist, president of MBI, and Dr. Michael Rydelnik, a professor and head of the Jewish Studies Program, I was invited to teach a class on the Holocaust, another class on modern Israeli politics and society, speak on an evening panel on “Israel & The Gaza Conflict,” tape two programs for Moody Radio, and address the student body — some 1,600 future Christian leaders — on Tuesday morning at chapel.
Here are my notes for the addressed I delivered at chapel: “Three Threats Facing America, Israel and the Church in the Middle East.” I hope you find them helpful.
Thank you, Dr. Nyquist. It is an honor to be back here at Moody Bible Institute and I’m grateful for the opportunity to share…
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By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
After watching the video below the reader will have a much clearer picture of why President Truman was called “Give um Hell Harry,” as well as the “Buck stops here.”
Harry Truman was a Democrat who understood and or listened to his advisers on War.
We could use that in the Oval Office at this moment in time.
Part of President Truman’s success could be attributed to his successful career in the Military.
Starting from the rank of Private in the National Guard of Missouri, Truman left military service 37 years later as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Officers’ Reserve Corps.
On active duty during the First World War, Captain Truman excelled as the commanding officer of a field artillery battery.
His intelligence, practical experience, and work ethic proved invaluable. “Captain Harry” was highly respected by the nearly two hundred…
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