2-23-19 Fabianism, Charles Spurgeon On Socialism

Introduction: Fabianism Religion

Saturday’s program is looking back into the mirrors of history regarding Fabianism. This methodical and slow effort to turn a government and society into a socialistic one began in the mid-1800’s. This rise was facilitated by the the Pulpits in England as well and in America.

I know I will run out of time to get the heart of ‘democratic socialism’ in America so that will be on the radar for next week but I have found something most shocking to me: Charles Spurgeon on socialism.

Pastors and Politics:

In refreshing my insights and background on socialism, beginning with Fabianism, I came across shocking information regarding the ‘Social Gospel’ or ‘Christian Socialism’. I know a significant amount of researched information regarding the degradation of the ‘Reformation Gospel Teaching’ in America but dropped my jaw and my eye popped out when I read some new information about England in particular. Continue reading

Comments Off on 2-23-19 Fabianism, Charles Spurgeon On Socialism

Filed under Radio Program Archives

2-16-19 Sermons and George Washington’s Farewell Address Continued – Party Spirit

Introduction:  Political Sermons of the American Founding Era

Saturday’s program is the promised continuation of last week with a some additional insight into truth about Christianity during the Founding that you won’t get in the majority of churches in our modern time.

I forgot to put in out that I will be on Dr. Mike Spaulding’s program this Monday evening. Here is the link to his program site: https://drmikelive.com/ Please listen in if you can. We will be covering a lot of topics including my books and the two big projects I’m working on.

Sermons Of the Founding Era:

Continue reading

Comments Off on 2-16-19 Sermons and George Washington’s Farewell Address Continued – Party Spirit

Filed under Radio Program Archives

Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 27 – Daniel McCalla

Daniel McCalla.

The details of Daniel McCalla exemplify the core of leadership in the extensibility of the True Gospel: — His Birth. — Graduates at Princeton Ween eighteen tears of age. — Studies for the Ministry. — Settles in Pennsylvania. — Appointed Chaplain under General Thompson. — Is taken Prisoner in the Attack on “Three Rivers”. — Thrown into a Prison Ship. — His Suffering And Fortitude. — Released on Parole. — Flees to Virginia. — Settles in South Carolina. — His Death.

Daniel McCalla like Samuel Adams entered college at fourteen. Different then Sam Adams, McCalla kept the ministry in mind where as God changed the direction of Sam to become the ‘Father of The American Revolution.” Continue reading

Comments Off on Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 27 – Daniel McCalla

Filed under Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution

Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 26 – Charles Cummings

Charles Cummings.  Charles Cummings Marker

Charles Cummings was distinguished as: — An Irishman by Birth. — Settles in Virginia. — Esters the Ministry. — Fights the Indians. — Goes armed to his Church. — Takes the Lead in the political Movements of the People. — Chaplain to the Army in the Expedition against the Cherokees. — His Death.

Charles Cummings came to America as a young man. He became a minister and lived at the very edge of danger. He was a leader and fighter both for glory of God and the birth of a new nation.

“He took a leading part in all patriotic movements of his congregation” and was appointed to “to draw up an address to the Continental Congress.” He was also elected the Chairman of the Committee on Safety. This means he ensured the citizens knew how to defend themselves against all threats. Continue reading

Comments Off on Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 26 – Charles Cummings

Filed under Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution

2-2-19 Constitutional Debates: Presidential Election, Power and The Judiciary

Mirrors of History Abound:  Federalist Papers

The attacks on President Trump abound as not seen in the last eighty years. The real travesty is that the majority of the Citizenry have never even considered the July 17 thru 21 Constitutional Debates. I’m sure you are asking: What debates and what happened?

What you will hear on this program is the facts right out of Madison’s Notes from these days. There are some very interesting arguments that match what we are hearing in the media and from Congress itself.

Power, Control – Presidency and Judiciary:

Continue reading

Comments Off on 2-2-19 Constitutional Debates: Presidential Election, Power and The Judiciary

Filed under Radio Program Archives

Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 25 – John Gano

John Gano.   John Gano

This Chapter about John Gano contains — The Baptists Of Virginia. — Gano’s Early Life. — Visits The South And Preaches. — Arraigned For It, But Is Acquitted And Licensed. — Anecdotes Of His Coolness And Courage. — Settled In North Carolina. — Offered A Captain’s Commission In The Army Against The Cherokees — Declines. —Returns North. — Finally Settles In New York.— His Congregation Broken Up. — Joins The Army As Chaplain. — Under Fire At White Plains. — At Trenton. — Chaplain Under Clinton At Fort Montgomery. — His Description Of The Taking Of The Fort. — With Clinton’s Brigade At Albany. — Its Chaplain In The Expedition Against The Indians. — Anecdotes Of Him In This Campaign. —Sermon On The Fourth Of July. — His Faithfulness. — Goes South With The Army Advancing Against Cornwallis. — Returns To His Church At The Close Of The War. — Removes To Kentucky.—His Death.

John Gano is another profound leader. This is clearly noted at the end of this chapter with: “True to his country, true to his high office, true to his God, he went through the trying scenes of the Revolution, and through life honored, respected and loved by all who knew him, and now sleeps with those whose names are inscribed in the hearts of their countrymen. Continue reading

Comments Off on Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 25 – John Gano

Filed under Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution

Part 5 – Self-Inflicted Eviction: Public Pension Crisis

Is The Public Pension Crisis Affecting Everyone?   Norcross and Gonzales chart

Wharton School of Business posted an article/pod cast in August 2018 regarding “The Time Bomb Inside Public Pension Plans”. On the pod cast, Wharton’s Olivia Mitchell and Leora Friedberg of the University of Virginia discuss the $4.4 trillion public sector pension shortfall. The research is very clear that these Public Pension plans have been it trouble for years and the chickens are coming home to roost.

What’s that mean for Ohio?

Continue reading

Comments Off on Part 5 – Self-Inflicted Eviction: Public Pension Crisis

Filed under Property Taxes

1-26-18 The Nothing New Deception

Nothing New Deception:

I start out discussing HR 1 which is the ever so common Nothing New Deception from the democrats. Congressman Jim Jordan points out that this first Bill by the demoncrats includes:

  • Lowering voting age to 16

  • Gives federal workers six days paid vacation to work the polls

  • And makes taxpayers finance campaigns.

So I dissect this for you and bring to light the facts that none of this is new. Rep. Jordan refers to the Washington Post Opinion article “Mitch McConnell: Behold the Democrat Politician Protection Act”. See the references for the link. What a convoluted mess to undermine the Fundamentals of the election process and the integrity of individual sovereignty.

My real interest is to bring you back to the mirrors of history in which the Anti-federalists established the intent of a ‘consolidated government’ that would emotionally manipulate a dumbed down electorate/Citizenry.

The Hideous Daemon:

Continue reading

Comments Off on 1-26-18 The Nothing New Deception

Filed under Radio Program Archives

Part 4 – Self-Inflicted Eviction – Who’s Minding The Boards?

Is Anyone actually watching or being held accountable for your Levy Tax Dollars.

Therefore every time you vote in favor of a Levy without demanding accountability, you are contributing to not only your – but others Self-Inflicted Eviction.

The purpose of this post is that simple deeper dive into the ‘Unaffordability” of Levies. It has taken a long time to bring this information to you since the details of it had to be more fully investigated and then written in more of a ‘White Paper’ format. Consider how long the list of the taxing authorities are as noted in “Part 3 of Self-imposed Eviction: Confusion – Good Intentions By Deception and Legislation”. The challenge for this writer has been to drill down on the Ohio Revised Code, the Ohio Administrative Code and the various bureaucratic entities rules, grants, strategies and policies.

Gulp! Where’s the Tylenol for the headache?

It is abundantly clear that many of the “unelected” Boards and bureaucrats of some nineteen taxing Subdivisions in Ohio have “ZERO Accountability to the Citizens of the Counties. Why? Because no one is paying attention to them. Continue reading

Comments Off on Part 4 – Self-Inflicted Eviction – Who’s Minding The Boards?

Filed under Property Taxes

Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 24 – James Hall

James Hall  James Hall Marker

James Hall — His Birth and Education. — Settled int North Carolina. — Rouses His People to oppose the Mother Country. — Is made Captain of a Company of Cavalry. — Acts also as Chaplain. — Marches to South Carolina. — Offered the Commission of Brigadier General by Greene. — Declines. — His After Life.

Reverend Hall is another Pastor who lead from the Front. He was thirty-one when he entered college under the tutelage of Dr. John Witherspoon. Dr. Witherspoon recognized his great mathematical skill and want to keep Hall on as a teacher at the university. But Hall understood his call from God to preach.

In addition to being a leader in the pulpit he fully understood the Biblical perspective of standing against tyranny. With that in mind, James Hall “took the lead in all public meetings held to discuss the political topics of the day. He denounced toryism unsparingly, and on every occasion when he could get a hearing made eloquent and earnest appeals in behalf of freedom.” Continue reading

Comments Off on Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution: Chapter 24 – James Hall

Filed under Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution