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California shows us the future Democrats plan for us when they gain full control of our lives

By Emma Karlin, staff writer

Now that the Democrats have gained total control of California we are beginning to see what they want to do to all of us should they ever get total control of America.

In San Francisco mentally malformed adults stand naked in the streets next to children while they claim a right to be naked in public.  The State of California plans to tax the “wealthy” at a 52% rate and the bizarre character in the Statehouse Jerry Brown signs anti America anti -family and anti -Christian bills as fast as he can.

Here are some of the assaults on Christianity and Americanism made recently by California’s Democrats.

A bill passed by the Democrat run State government and signed by RINO Arnold Schwarenegger proclaimed May 22 Harvey Milk Day which celebrates Milk a homosexual pedophile.

Not to be outdone for depravity Brown has signed these anti Christian/American bills.     

SB 1172: which forbids even parents from arranging counseling for their children who express a tendency toward homosexuality.  

AB 2109: overrides parental authority and forces parents to allow certain vaccinations for their children, and provides that any medical counseling supportive of the parents’ position against the procedures be paid for out of their pockets.  

AB 1856: forces all of California’s foster parents to undergo 40 hours of  “gender sensitivity” training to insure that gay children are aware of their rights. This mandatory training requirement extends to even relatives who are raising these foster children. There is of course no training requirement that foster parents know and understand traditional family values – but this is California of course. 

SB 623: provides legal authority for nurses and even midwives to perform aspiration abortions. These gruesome abortions involve vacuuming an unborn child from a mother’s womb; and they often end with children’s body parts being pulled out piece by piece.

How does this Frankenstein operation fit with the Democrats’ battle cry that they wanted abortions to be “safe legal and rare”? 

This is the life they want to force on us. We know they are trying to force us to live lives we don’t want. What we do about it is up to us.  

Source

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American Minute August 10

 

By Bill Federer, staff writer

  Herbert Hoover was born AUGUST 10, 1874.

The son of a Quaker blacksmith, he studied at Stanford and became a world renowned engineer.
Trapped in China when the Boxer Rebellion broke out in 1900, Herbert Hoover directed the building of barricades under heavy fire while his wife worked in the hospital.
In World War I, at the request of the American Consul, Hoover helped 120,000 Americans stranded in Europe return home.
He directed the feeding of Belgium after Kaiser Wilhelm overran it and orchestrated feeding the Allied nations while avoiding rationing at home.
After the war, Herbert Hoover arranged the feeding of millions starving in Central Europe and Russia.
Serving as Secretary of Commerce for Presidents Harding and Coolidge, Herbert Hoover became the 31st U.S. President in 1929.
Seven months later the Stock Market crashed.
Though implementing a plan of aid through the States, political opponents sabotaged his efforts.
In his Inaugural, March 4, 1929, President Herbert Hoover entreated:
“Ill-considered remedies for our faults brings only penalties after them. But if we hold the faith of the men in our mighty past who created these ideals, we shall leave them heightened and strengthened for our children…
I ask the help of Almighty God in this service to my country.”
At Madison Square Garden, NY, October 31, 1932, President Hoover warned of the collectivist New Deal:
“To enter upon a series of deep changes…would be to undermine and destroy our American system…
No man who has not occupied my position in Washington can fully realize the constant battle which must be carried on against incompetence, corruption, tyranny of government expanded into business activities…
Free speech does not live many hours after free industry and free commerce die.”
At a reception for his 80th birthday in West Branch, IA, August 10, 1954, Herbert Hoover stated:
“I have witnessed on the ground in 20 nations the workings of the philosophy of that anti-Christ, Karl Marx…
I want to say something…not in the tones of Jeremiah but in the spirit of Saint Paul…
Our Founding Fathers did not invent the priceless boon of individual freedom and respect for the dignity of men.
That great gift to mankind sprang from the Creator and not from governments…
Today the Socialist virus and poison gas generated by Karl Marx and Friedreich Engels have spread into every nation on the earth…
Their dogma is absolute materialism which defies truth and religious faith…”
Hoover continued:
“A nation is strong or weak, it thrives or perishes upon what it believes to be true. If our youth are rightly instructed in the faith of our fathers…then our power will be stronger.”
Hoover concluded:
“To this whole gamut of Socialist infections, I say to you…God has blessed us with…heritage. The great documents of that heritage are not from Karl Marx. They are from the Bible, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. Within them alone can the safeguards of freedom survive.”
In San Diego, CA, September 17, 1935, Herbert Hoover stated:
“Our Constitution…is based upon certain inalienable freedoms and protections which in no event the government may infringe…
It does not require a lawyer to interpret those provisions.
They are as clear as the Ten Commandments…
Behind them is the conception which is the highest development of the Christian faith-the conception of individual freedom with brotherhood.”
In his Memorial Day Address at Valley Forge, PA, 1931, President Herbert Hoover stated:
“If, by the grace of God, we stand steadfast in our great traditions through this time of stress, we shall insure that we and our sons and daughters shall see these fruits increased many fold.”

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American Minute August 9

 

By Bill Federer, staff writer

  In 1831, three Nez Perce Indians and one Flathead Indian, traveled from the Oregon Territory to St. Louis, Missouri, looking for the “book to heaven.”
Bishop of St. Louis, Rev. Joseph Rosati (1789-1843), wrote in the annals of the Association of the Propagation of the Faith, December 31, 1831:
“Some three months ago four Indians who live across the Rocky Mountains near the Columbia River (Clark’s Fork of the Columbia) arrived at St. Louis.
After visiting General Clark who, in his celebrated travels, has visited their country…they came to see our church and appeared to be exceedingly well pleased with it…
Two of our priests visited them…They made the sign of the Cross and other signs which appeared to have some relation to baptism. The sacrament was administered to them.”
Wyandot Indian chief, William Walker (1800-1874), met the Indians at the home of Territorial Governor William Clark, of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1805-1806).
His account was printed, March 1, 1833, in the “Christian Advocate & Journal and Zion’s Herald of New York,” a Methodist Episcopal publication which at the time had the largest circulation of any periodical in the world:
“Immediately after we landed in St. Louis, on our way to the west, I proceeded to Gen. Clark’s, superintendent of Indian affairs…
While in his office…he informed me that three chiefs from the Flat-Head nation were in his house, and were quite sick, and that one (the fourth) had died a few days ago.
They were from the west of the Rocky Mountains.
Curiosity prompted me to step into the adjoining room to see them, having never seen any, but often heard of them. I was struck by their appearance…
The distance they had traveled on foot was nearly three thousand miles to see Gen. Clarke, their great father, as they called him, he being the first American officer they ever became acquainted with…”
William Walker continued:
“Gen. C. related to me the object of their mission, and, my dear friend, it is impossible for me to describe to you my feelings while listening to his narrative…
(They had heard) the white people away toward the rising of the sun had been put in possession of the true mode of worshiping the great Spirit.

They had a book containing directions how to conduct themselves in order to enjoy his favor and hold converse with him; and with this guide, no one need go astray, but every one that would follow the directions laid down there, could enjoy, in this life, his favor; and after death would be received into the country where the great Spirit resides, and live for ever with him.
Upon receiving this information, they called a national council to take this subject into consideration…They accordingly deputed four of their chiefs to proceed to St. Louis to see their great father, Gen. Clarke, to inquire of him…”
William Walker wrote further:
“They arrived at St. Louis, and presented themselves to Gen. C. the latter was somewhat puzzled being sensible of the responsibility that rested on him; he however proceeded by informing them that what they had been told by the white man in their own country, was true.
Then went into a succinct history of man, from his creation down to the advent of the Saviour; explained to them all the moral precepts contained in the Bible, expounded to them the decalogue.
Informed them of the advent of the Saviour, his life, precepts, his death, resurrection, ascension, and the relation he now stands to man as a mediator-that he will judge the world, & c.”
The publishing of William Walker’s account inspired Dr. Marcus Whitman to leave Massachusetts and became a missionary to the Indians of Oregon and Washington.
President Warren G. Harding, dedicating the Oregon Trail Monument, July 3, 1923, recounted how Dr. Marcus Whitman traveled, clad in buckskin breeches, fur leggings and moccasins, “in the dead of winter 1842, struggled through…blinding storms, 4,000 miles…from Walla Walla…past the Great Salt Lake, to Santa Fe…to St. Louis and finally…to Washington, D.C…It was a race against time.
Public opinion was…that Oregon was not worth claiming…
Turning to President Tyler, Whitman added…
‘All I ask is that you will not barter away Oregon or allow English interference until I can lead…settlers across the plains.’”
President Warren Harding continued:
“Such was Marcus Whitman, the missionary hero…to plead that the state should acquire…the empire that the churches were gaining for Christianity…”
President Harding concluded:
“Never in the history of the world has there been a finer example of civilization following Christianity. The missionaries led under the banner of the cross and the settlers moved close behind under the star-spangled symbol of the nation.”
The State of Washington placed the statue of Dr. Marcus Whitman in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall.

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American Minute August 8

By Bill Federer, staff writer

AUGUST 8, 1974, televised from the Oval Office, 37th President Richard Nixon said:
“Good evening. This is the 37th time I have spoken to you from this office…
To continue to fight…for my personal vindication would almost totally absorb the time and attention of both the President and the Congress…
Therefore, I shall resign…
If some of my judgments were wrong…they were made in what I believed…to be the best interest of the Nation.”
Nixon continued:
“In the Middle East, 100 million people in the Arab countries, many of whom have considered us their enemy…now look on us as their friends. We must continue to build on that friendship so that…the cradle of civilization will not become its grave.”
Nixon continued speaking:
“I have taken heart from what Theodore Roosevelt once said about the man in the arena, ‘whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly…If he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly.’…
In leaving…I do so with this prayer: May God’s grace be with you in all the days ahead.”
Privately to his Cabinet, President Nixon said:
“Mistakes, yes…for personal gain, never…
I can only say to each…of you…we come from many faiths…but really the same God…
You will be in our hearts and…in our prayers.”

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American Minute August 7

 

By Bill Federer, staff writer

The largest town in Kentucky had less than 2,000 people, yet 25,000 came to Cane Ridge, Kentucky, AUGUST 7, 1801, from as far away as Ohio and Tennessee, to hear Barton W. Stone and other Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian ministers.
Part of the Second Great Awakening, these “camp meetings” were described by Rev. Moses Hodge:
“Nothing that imagination can paint can make a stronger impression…
Sinners dropping down on every hand, professors praying, others in raptures of joy!…
There can be no question but it is of God, as the subjects…can give a clear and rational account of their conversion.”
The revival began in the lawless Kentucky frontier in 1797 when James McGready and his small church agreed to:
“Therefore, we bind ourselves to observe the third Saturday of each month for one year as a day of fasting and prayer for the conversion of sinners in Logan County and throughout the world.
We also engage to spend one half hour every Saturday evening, beginning at the setting of the sun, and one half hour every Sabbath morning at the rising of the sun in pleading with God to revive His work.”
Previously, in June of 1800, 500 gathered at the Red River and later 8,000 met at the Gaspar River, some from 100 miles away.
Reports stated:
“The power of God seemed to shake the whole assembly…the cries of the distressed arose…No person seemed to wish to go home.”

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