Saturday, August 15, 2009

Alabama's Gubernatorial Candidates

---First published on when I used that site--- Sorry for not posting this before - some of the keys on the keyboard were not working and it would have taken a long time to copy and paste. Last Tuesday  some of my family and I had a opportunity to hear the Republican Alabama Gubernatorial Candidates speak!
  1. Tim James
  2. Roy Moore
  3. Bradley Byrne
  4. Bill Johnson
  5. Kay Ivey
  6. Robert Bentley
(I have had only 1 chance to hear them other than Roy Moore speak so any info I provide about them is only from 1 time.) I will be focusing on the first 3 because I don't remember the other three saying anything that showed they were Christian. Tim James - a lot of Christians seem to like him, but I am not sure why.   Because  when he was speaking I did not hear anything showing he was a Christian (there may have been 1 time it was said in his intro).  If he will not say he is a Christian for fear of not being elected I sure don't want him as governor.  I may be totally wrong, but I don't see how someone can forget to say something that important. Bradley Byrne - from what I heard he seemed like a great choice for governor.  He wants a smaller government, he is a Christian, and he was  even bold enough to mention he was against homosexual marriage! Roy Moore - The reason my family is going for him and not Bradley Byrne is because he has had a chance to prove that he fears God more than man.  He was  even removed from the office of chief justice because tyrants in government forced him to choose between not acknowledging God (his duty - he swore to uphold the Constitution which acknowledges God) or acknowledging God and being removed by their unlawful actions.  He chose correctly though it cost him dearly because as the Apostle Peter said "we must obey God rather than men!" Acts 5:29 He is pro-life, anti-sodomite (homosexual) marriage, pro-homeschool.  He wants a smaller, more Constitutional government, and he does what he says he will do! Here is proof that he was absolutely right:
James Madison, our Constitution's chief architect, said: "We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future of all our political institutions upon the capability of mankind for self-government; upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments"
John Quincy Adams said:  "The highest glory of the American revolution was this:  it connected in one indissoluble bond the principles of civil government with the principles of Christianity" George Washington said:  "Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the Providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to to implore His protection and favor..." George Washington also said "It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible" Samuel Adams said "Religion and good morals are the only solid foundations of public liberty and happiness.   [N]either the wisest constitution not the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manner are universally corrupt. A general dissolution of the principles and manners will more surely overthrow the liberties of America than the whole force of the common enemy.  While the people are virtuous , they cannot be subdued; but once they lose their virtue, they will be ready to surrender their liberties to the first external of internal invader."

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Muslim Demographics

---First published on when I was using that site--- I wish they had talked about how Christians need to have more children. Muslims are having 8.1 children and I doubt Christians are having that many children

Saturday, August 1, 2009

About my new blog

Even though my new blog is a word press blog, you can still follow! click here to learn how.
BTW please don't comment on this blog anymore, I will still check the comments every so often but you will get a faster reply if you comment on my new blog

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Patriot Pastor

---First published at when I was using that site.---

Last Sunday Garret Lear preached at our Church.   He is an excellent speaker who knows the Bible, politically incorrect history (which is correct), the Constitution, and many more important things very well.

He understands the founding of our Country extremely well, overall I would say he is the best historian I know.

Here is a little about him (copied from his site)

Garrett Lear, a native New Englander born in 1948, is affectionately known across the nation as “The Patriot Pastor” because of his expertise and extensive knowledge and documentation of the founding of America , his deep abiding love for the original intent of The Founding Fathers and his understanding of The New Testament Church. He has 388 years of ancestry in New England America and is a member of The National Society Sons of The American Revolution. He has been in ministry since 1974 with the last 28 years fulltime with ministry in all 50 states, Canada and Eastern Europe. Although, he has  an imposing stature at 6’7”, it is very obvious that he loves Jesus Christ with all his heart, mind and strength while he teaches others to do the same. He is commonly referred to as a great encourager of victorious Christian  living in any circumstances.

Garrett has been a denominational leader, a local pastor, evangelist, prison chaplain, prayer intercessor, local leader of many national ministries, Bible college teacher, Gospel singer ,worship leader, revival and conference speaker. He is mentor and often called upon wise counselor to many church, government and business leaders across the country. He has been appreciated especially in men’s ministries over the years… a man’s man. He is a popular radio, television and media guest including such national programs as The 700 Club. He hosts his own radio broadcast “Water From The Well” and 2 internet websites that are widely visited. It is said of him that he is always interesting, well informed, often humorous, understandable, vigorous and filled with The Holy Spirit… and that he expects great things to happen in The Lord’s presence … and they do. His practical application of Biblical principles are seasoned with many years of living by faith and the testimonies of The Lord’s miraculous answers to prayer.

Garrett and Annette, his wife who is a Hawaiian , founded The Well of Living Water Christian Ministries based on John 4 in 1980 in Hana, Maui, Hawaii after a lengthy time of fasting and prayer. They have 4 natural children, numerous foster children, 1 grandchild and many spiritual sons and daughters in The Lord.

They home educated their children and encouraged others to do the same. Pastor Lear has often spoken at the NH legislature in favor of legislation favorable to home schoolers. He has openly challenged Christians all over America to withdraw their children from the government schools. He has been one of the most active prolife, pro family, pro traditional marriage, original intent smaller government clergyman in New Hampshire and America.

They make their home and ministry base office in the mountains of New Hampshire where Garrett enjoys many outdoor activities.

If Pastor Lear is ever in  your area make sure here get to hear him speak.  He is amazing!

Monday, July 27, 2009

New blog!

I have not been blogging for awhile, I have a new blog that I will continue posting on.
If you find anything wrong with it please tell me.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Blog Trouble

I had 2 blogs, I wanted to delete one of them (not this one), So I deleted it, I went to my dashboard and both blogs were deleted. I did not want to delete this blog so I tried restoring it. But only the Header was their, all my posts and my sidebar was gone.
Sorry about this, I think I will be able to get some of the posts back, but not all of them...or the comments...

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

What should I post about? How can I improve my blog?

I have not run out of things to post, but I was just wondering what you like to read about?

Do you know of any ways to improve my blog design?

Or anything else that can help my blog be a better blog?

Thursday, March 5, 2009


On Sunday (March 1, 2009) In AL, There was snow!!!!!!!!!
My family used to live in Minnesota, so I miss snow!
This was the most snow we have had in all the time we have lived here.
Church was canceled.........from 2 inches of snow!
In the afternoon it melted )-:

BTW: The Lead law that I posted about was changed (-:

And here is a poem to show you how silly this law is

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

3 column blog

I have been working on my blog design for awhile, I like to have 3 columns.
If you want to have 3 columns go here.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Tagged again!

I was tagged by Rebecca.

A book I read: The Official Pocket Survival Manual.

A moment I will always remember: Christmas.

A new skill I acquired: Lots of skills with fractions. (-:

A movie I watched: Some MacGyvers.

A lesson I learned: If the weather forecast says 100% chance sunshine, there will no doubt be rain!

A new place I visited this year: The AL coast.

An inspiring verse or quote: "Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom" -Thomas Jefferson

Here are the rules:

1. Fill in your memories of 2008
2. Link my blog to yours
3. Tag others and comment on their blog so they know they've been tagged :-)

I tag Mike and Son3.

Friday, January 30, 2009

15 things about myself

Ana tagged me!

1. I like other things than politics, even though I post about it a lot.

2. I try to stay informed about the state of my country and my world.

3. I am a Creationist.

4. I don't think the US should be involved in the war in Iraq.

5. I don't like sweet potato.

6. I don't like the new Prince Caspian movie, although I like the book.

7. I am a Confederate, I think both sides had problems, but the South had the right to succeed.

8. I like math..........most of the time.

9. I don't believe global warming.

10. I believe the Bible is the final authority.

11. I think our country was in better condition 200 years ago than it is now.

12. I don't like pineapple.

13. I cannot stand coffee.

14. I think it is fine to eat meat.

15. I don't think the Constitution should be changed.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Lead Law (CPSIA)

The CPSIA (Consumer Produce Safety Improvement Act) is a law that requires things that are being sold to children (12 and under) in the US (toys, books, clothing, etc) must be inspected for lead.
I think the real problem is things that are being made in other countries. The price to have your things inspected is expensive. This will be a real blow to small businesses, home-school sellers, home-schoolers, even big businesses, etc.
I think this is really extreme and ridiculous, I mean, if my parents gave me a bike, would I eat it for lunch?
The government keeps talking about helping the economy, but this will not help it, this will hurt it.

To read more go to:

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Missing link
If the quote was to small for you click this link then click the image.
That quote was not by me, even though he has my first name and my last initial.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

The solution to the code I made

The answer is STEPHEN G.

Son 3 was the only one to guess, he guessed:


Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Obama, my code

Its inauguration day!...and I don't think Obama should be president!

I first heard about was Obama born in the USA? from here.

I now think he was not born in the USA!

Here are two great articles from world net daily that are worth reading

If Obama was born in the US why wont he show any evidence for it? if someone went to get their drivers licence and he was asked to prove he was old enough to drive, he would prove it, he would not say why should I? or he would not get people to stop anyone from asking him, Obama has not proved that he was born in the US.
If he is already breaking the Constitution, I don't think he will keep it later...

I watched his speech after he became president, if I did not know anything about him except what he said I would think he was great, but I know better, all he says is words words words...

another happy event is that Bush is no longer president!

On my post about my CODE there is one guess, I think I will give y'all a hint!
HINT: If you shift the lines, the message is not the same and MORSE CODE!
(your allowed more then one guess)

Friday, January 16, 2009

My best code

I have always liked Codes, this code took me awhile to think up, it takes a long time to en-code anything, but I think its my best code . (click the image to enlarge)

Can you break this code?
in 5 days (Thursday) I will tell you the answer!
HINT: this code takes 7 steps.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Happy Birthday & Poll results!

the 10th was my Dads Birthday


the poll question was:

Where did we come from?

*Adam & Eve = 36

*The apes = goose egg! (0)

*Other = 2

The TRUE answer is: Adam & Eve
(not determined by popular vote)

There was a HINT!

Your NOT A APE, your not anything other than a human!
If you voted OTHER, please tell what you voted for in the comments. I voted Adam & Eve