Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Activists Call For New Domestic Violence Laws in Lebanon

Link to this story and web site: 


In Lebanon, there are no laws specifically designed to protect women from domestic violence, and rights groups say abusers are rarely brought to justice.  Today, Lebanese rights activists began a 16-day campaign to push parliament to approve a new law they say would protect women from violence inside their homes.  

In the front row of the movie theater, a woman in a black veil, revealing only her face, weeps softly.  The documentary shows two small children laying roses on their mothers' grave.  Their mother was beaten to death by their father last April, after years of violence.  Women's rights activists say crimes like this are all too common in Lebanon because the law does not adequately protect women from domestic violence.

The film, called Latifeh and Others, details the abuse of three women, and begins a 16-day campaign Lebanese activists hope will convince parliament to adopt a new law that will encourage women to report crimes, and protect them from abusers.  Film producer Diana Moukalled says she knows of five women who were killed by their husbands in the past year, including the two in her documentary.

"As I was working on the story, three other murders happened," said Moukalled. "Three other women were killed by their husbands.  In Lebanon.  I'm just talking in the year 2010." 

If adopted by parliament, the new law will encourage victims to come forward, by allowing them to report abuses and seek justice privately.  Ghida Anani, program coordinator for women's rights group KAFA (Enough) Violence and Exploitation, says her organization has been working on crafting and advocating for the law for three years.   

Currently, she says, domestic violence cases are heard in public courts, and women are often afraid to come forward.  The law, she says, could change that. 

"Everyone can come and listen to the woman when she's talking with the judge about family issues," said Anani. "So, it's really giving back the family its secrecy and privacy."

The new law also allows for court-ordered rehabilitation for perpetrators, can force abusers to provide victims with financial compensation, and allows women to file for protection orders against their husbands.

Anani says the law first met with opposition from people who feared it would undermine religious authority in Lebanon.  Activists say the country can continue to recognize religious law, while enacting civil laws that protect human rights.  

The campaign is also seeking to engage men in women's rights issues in Lebanon.  Anthony Keedi, who also works with KAFA, says that, while men are often interested in human rights issues, women's rights struggles are usually a female affair.

"I think they care but they, to a certain extent, might feel that it's not their particular fight," said Keedi. "Whereas, if you put it in terms of human rights, they're for it altogether."

Keedi says that he plans to spread the word to men in Lebanon, and then take his campaign across the Middle East.  His work in Lebanon to convince men that violence against women is an issue for both genders, he says, is only the beginning.  



You know what's really sad?  We still have severe problems with spousal abuse here in the states and most American women who are battered by their husbands remain silent and continue to live in that private hell.  


We need laws to stand up for these women who are petrified to come forward and testify against their husbands.  An advocate that would remain anonymous and speak for the woman.


I know it may sound ridiculous but these women live in such terror that they have been battered and punched down to lifeless pieces of jelly.  Every ounce of who they were has been completely destroyed.  They lose their identity.  So, they need someone to speak for them to stand up for them to let them know that they are not alone in the battle.  That there is a way out.


Right now, not much can be done.  Sure they can stay in a safe house but for how long?  A few days?  Then where do they go? How do they find jobs without money or a car?  Abusive husbands NEVER allow their beaten wives to have anything in their name, and that includes bank accounts, etc.


What is the solution?



Saturday, November 27, 2010

Poll: Most under 35 never heard of King James Bible

A new poll taken for the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible reveals that a majority of those under 35 in the United Kingdom don't even know about the work, which has been described as a significant part of the estimated 100 million Bible sales annually, making it the best best-seller, ever. "Yet this is a work which was far more influential than Shakespeare in the development and spread of English," a spokesman for the King James Bible Trust told the Christian Institute in a recent report. The Christian Institute's report said the translation, which will celebrate its 400th anniversary next year, was the subject of a poll commissioned by the Bible Trust, and a spokesman said it was clear "there has been a dramatic drop in knowledge in a generation."
This is very sad news indeed. I cannot help but feel a bit angry. I blame pastors, bible teachers, etc. For excluding this wonderful, artistic, majestic and beautiful book claiming it is archaic, dated and not for today, so instead they use the NIV or Amplified which takes and adds verses.  
All those watered down versions pollute and distort the KJV.  I am not going to get into a debate of why I believe this, I have posted on this subject various times. You know were I stand and I have provided ample examples of the vile versions that have been circulating these past few years and many more keep popping up.
Anyhow, this really breaks my heart. 

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!!  May God bless you all, even to those who refuse to believe in Him.

So what are you thankful for?  

I am thankful for...
  1.  I thankful that I am alive
  2. That I have two beautiful boys
  3. That the Lord died for me and saved me
  4. No matter how hard life is and no matter how sick my body gets, my God is always with me and comforting me and watching over me.
I could go on....but I want to hear what you are thankful for.  Go ahead, don't be shy.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

NIGHTINGALE BLOG TOUR


I would like to thank LitFuse Publishing for providing me a copy of this book.

About Nightingale: Esther Lange doesn’t love her fiancĂ©—she’s trapped in an engagement after a mistaken night of passion.

Still, she grieves him when he’s lost in battle, the letters sent to her by the medic at his side giving her a strange comfort, so much that she strikes up a correspondence with Peter Hess, an Iowa farmboy. Or is he?  Peter Hess is not who he seems. Indeed, he’s hiding a secret, something that could cost them both their lives, especially when the past comes back to life. A bittersweet love song of the home front war between duty and the heart...a battle where only one will survive.

Don’t miss book 1 in this stand-alone collection, Sons of Thunder.


MY REVIEW:  The setting of this book is at the end of WWII.  Esther is a very competent nurse and single mother.  She is living in a hostile environment with her soon to be in-laws, who are very controlling.  She isn’t in love with their son and isn’t sure how or if she can escape marrying, Linus.  Her own family rejected her because of one mistake and had no place else to turn.

She receives a letter from a medic, Peter Hess, who happened upon Linus and tended his wounds during the war and later learned that Linus was lost in battle.  He kept his promise to Linus that he would send Esther a letter in case he did not survive the war.  There is a twist with Peter Hess that really surprised me and I loved how he kept that secret hidden from Esther after they began to correspond regularly to each other a wonderful bond was formed.

I must admit I was a bit irritated with Esther when she wouldn’t open Linus’ letter and kept coming up with different scenarios of what it might contain. Other than that, I really loved this wonderful book.  This is a great love story.


About Susan May Warren: Susan May Warren is the RITA award-winning author of twenty-four novels with Tyndale, Barbour and Steeple Hill. A four-time Christy award finalist, a two-time RITA Finalist, she’s also a multi-winner of the Inspirational Readers Choice award, and the ACFW Book of the Year.

Susan's larger than life characters and layered plots have won her acclaim with readers and reviewers alike. A seasoned women’s events and retreats speaker, she’s a popular writing teacher at conferences around the nation and the author of the beginning writer’s workbook: From the Inside-Out: discover, create and publish the novel in you!. She is also the founder of www.MyBookTherapy.com, a story-crafting service that helps authors discover their voice.

Susan makes her home in northern Minnesota, where she is busy cheering on her two sons in football, and her daughter in local theater productions (and desperately missing her college-age son!) A full listing of her titles, reviews and awards can be found at: http://www.susanmaywarren.com/.


CONTEST!!

The Letters From Home Giveaway!
Enter the Contest: Nightingale is about letters, the power of written correspondence to convey thoughts and emotions to those far away. And sometimes near. Letters are forever, they are something we savor and pull out to read again and again. They are often cherished and kept in a special place.

To celebrate the release of Nightingale, Susan would like you to write a letter. One grand prize winner will receive a Flip HD Camcorder. 5 runner's up winners will win a signed copy of Nightingale. There are two ways to enter the contest by writing letters.


1. Write a letter to a soldier. At the end of the contest we’ll print out and mail your letter for you.
2. Write a letter to a friend, loved one, family member, enemy. Tell them something you wished you’d told them before. Tell them you love them, or maybe how they touched your life. Perhaps an apology is in order or a thank you. Or perhaps you'd like to relate a funny tale or just share life. Whatever it is, submit it here along with your email address and we’ll send it for you. 

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Enter here or at the SHARE page on the Brothers in Arms website. Or simply click on the button to the right.


Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Story of Jonah as Told by The Cutest Little Girl

You are going to love this!! And this little girl did this by memory!! Amazing!



Someone has been teaching this precious little one the Word of God.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Gitmo terrorist cleared of all charges except for one

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Ahmed Ghailani was found not guilty on all but one charge Wednesday by a civilian jury in New York, in a case with ramifications for President Obama's policy toward Guantanamo and civilian trials for terror suspects.

Ghailani was acquitted in federal court on more than 280 charges in connection with the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, including one murder count for each of the 224 people killed. He was found guilty for only one charge, conspiracy to destroy government buildings.
Ghailani faces a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison and a possible life sentence. He will remain in custody and sentencing will take place on Jan. 25, 2011.

The acquittal is seen as a major blow to the U.S. government, as Ghailani was the first former Gitmo detainee to be tried in a civilian courtroom. The case had been viewed as a possible test case for President Barack Obama administration's aim of putting other terror detainees -- including self-professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -- on trial on U.S. soil.

The anonymous federal jury deliberated over seven days, with a juror writing a note to the judge saying she felt threatened by other jurors.


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You can thank our dear ole ignorant, inexperienced president for this atrocity.  


This case should have never been tried in a civil court. This is the type of trial that should have been held in a military court.  Otherwise, justice would have been served and swift.


Unbelievable.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Ariz. immigration law strains U.S.-Latin America relations

USA Today  You can read the rest on this link.

When Arizona passed a law in April allowing police to conduct roadside immigration checks, Mexican officials blasted the law as a prejudiced attack against its citizens in the state. That condemnation has spread throughout Latin America.

Ambassador Luis Gallegos of Ecuador presented the law Nov. 5 to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, which sends recommendations to nations to improve rights. Gallegos said they were extremely concerned that the Arizona law would lead to widespread stereotyping of both legal and illegal immigrants. The council included it in the recommendations it sent to the U.S. State Department. Ecuador is one of 10 Latin American countries that signed on to a brief opposing the law in a federal lawsuit challenging Arizona's rule.

State Department spokesman Charles Luoma-Overstreet said the law has impacted relations between the United States and Latin American countries, becoming a topic of discussion "in all our interactions" with those nations.

"The countries in Latin America are already perceiving some distance and disengagement from the U.S.," said Mauricio Cardenas, director of the Latin American Initiative at the Brookings Institution. "(The Arizona law) makes Latin America more and more interested in developing stronger relations with other parts of the world."

The law, known as S.B. 1070, requires Arizona's 15,000 police officers to determine the immigration status of suspects they've pulled over, detained or arrested if there is a "reasonable suspicion" the person is in the country illegally.

The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit challenging the law, arguing that immigration enforcement is strictly a federal responsibility. A federal judge halted the core aspects of it, and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican, is appealing. Lawyers made oral arguments in the case before the 9th District Court of Appeals in San Francisco on Nov. 1.

The judges allowed Mexico to file a "friend of the court" brief arguing against the law, and nine other countries signed on. The countries argue that the law harms their citizens living and working in Arizona and could hurt "bilateral economic, immigration and security policies" between the United States and those countries.

Brewer has said the state law was necessary to combat the constant flow of illegal immigrants that has been ignored by the federal government. After the appeals court allowed the Latin American countries to weigh in on the lawsuit, she objected, saying the dispute should be resolved internally.

"I fervently believe that arguments by a foreign government have no place in a U.S. legal proceeding," she said in a statement. "Arizonans strongly believe, in a bipartisan fashion, that foreign nations should not be meddling in an internal legal dispute between the United States and one of its states."

I hope some of those countries will disengage from us and keep their citizens on their own soil.  That's the whole point.  We don't want their people coming to our nation illegally.  If they don't like it too friggin' bad!  They cannot dictate how we enforce our laws or what laws pass.  This is NOT the United Federation of the World, it is the United States of America.


If the Latin countries are that ticked off maybe they should focus on their own internal problems and stay out of ours.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Beck Slammed for remarks regarding George Soros and the Holocaust

FOXNEWS


Jewish leaders have condemned Glenn Beck for comments he made on Fox News accusing billionaire philanthropist George Soros -- a Jew -- of being complicit with the Holocaust as a child in Nazi-occupied Hungary.


On three TV programs this past week, the conservative commentator has focused on Soros, a Hungarian-born financier and democracy advocate, calling him a "puppet master" who is "notorious for collapsing economies and regimes all around the world."


Soros' pro-democracy Open Society Institute played a role in the collapse of communist regimes in Hungary and Georgia, and has funded projects to support freedom of expression, democracy, public health and human rights around the world. He is famous for donating to liberal causes, including a 2004 push to derail President George W. Bush's re-election.


Richard Drew, AP
The Anti-Defamation League has described Glenn Beck's recent comments as "completely inappropriate, offensive and over the top."


When Soros was a child in Nazi-occupied Hungary, his father bribed an agriculture official to pretend the boy was his Christian godson, The Daily Beast reported. Under the ruse -- which may have saved Soros' life -- the 14-year-old had to accompany the official on an inspection of a confiscated Jewish estate.


On his Fox TV show Tuesday, Beck said the 14-year-old Soros "used to go around with this anti-Semite and deliver papers to the Jews and confiscate their property and then ship them off."


"I am certainly not saying that George Soros enjoyed that, even had a choice. I mean, he's 14 years old. He was surviving. So I'm not making a judgment. That's between him and God," Beck continued, according to The New York Times. He added that "many people" would call Soros "an anti-Semite," but that he would not.


On a previous Oct. 10 radio show, Beck accused Soros of actively participating in the Holocaust. "George Soros was part of it. He would help confiscate the stuff. It was frightening. Here's a Jewish boy helping send the Jews to the death camps," Beck said, according to The Jerusalem Post.


The Anti-Defamation League, a leading Jewish advocacy group, issued a statement Thursday calling Beck's statements "horrific" and "offensive."


"Glenn Beck's description of George Soros' actions during the Holocaust is completely inappropriate, offensive and over the top. For a political commentator or entertainer to have the audacity to say -- inaccurately -- that there's a Jewish boy sending Jews to death camps, as part of a broader assault on Mr. Soros, that's horrific," the statement said, according to The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles.


"To hold a young boy responsible for what was going on around him during the Holocaust as part of a larger effort to denigrate the man is repugnant," ADL national director Abraham Foxman, who is a Holocaust survivor himself, told the Times.


Fox News, which draws an estimated 2.8 million viewers to Beck's TV program, said it stood by the host's comments. "Information regarding Mr. Soros' experiences growing up were taken directly from his writings and from interviews given by him to the media, and no negative opinion was offered as to his actions as a child," Joel Cheatwood, a senior vice president at Fox News, said in a statement excerpted by TV Guide.


I will be the first to admit that I was not aware that Soro's, the ultimate "puppet-master," played such a heinous role during the most horrid and tragic time in history.  


He betrayed his own people.  He led them to the slaughter. Was it survival instincts?  I don't know.  But from I have heard of this man, he values no one or anything, he is all about conquering and gaining power and control over anyone who steps into his path.


So why defend him?

Friday, November 12, 2010

Jump On It - Fresh Prince...HILARIOUS VIDEO

I found this awesome clip that has Will and Carlton (Fresh Prince of Bel Air) dancing to Jump On It, by the Sugar Hill Gang. Anyhoo, that song took me back.



Okay, now did you laugh as hard as I did? lol!!

God bless you all and have a beautiful weekend in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

2010 Veteran's Day Tribute

Freedom is NOT free.  This is a tribute to thank every single American soldier who has died, who has served and is still serving this great nation.  Your sacrifices will NEVER be forgotten.



I don't think I will ever forget this Marine's face as he stands saluting.



GOD BLESS OUR TROOPS, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE!  You have my deepest gratitude.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

35th anniversary of the sinking of the freighter the Edmund Fitzgerald

Today marks the 35th year anniversary of the tragic loss of the freighter the Edmund Fitzgerald. 


Gordon Light's cryptic and haunting song commemorates the loss of the 29 crew members that perished on that very cold stormy November night.





Rare photos of the Edmund Fitzgerald


Sammie Brown wrote this touching letter regarding the Edmund Fitzgerald:




Today marks the 35th anniversary of the tragic day back on November 10, 1975 when 29 men lost their lives in the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The Edmund Fitzgerald was a 729-foot ore carrier carrying 26,000 tons of taconite that was traversing Lake Superior when it hit one of the infamous gale storms that were known (and still are) for their devastation.
The ship had been in trouble for most of the day and Capt. Ernest McSorley of the Edmund Fitzgerald stayed in radio contact with the Arthur M. Anderson, another freighter in the area during the storm, both of which were hoping to find safety along Whitefish Bay. The Arthur M. Anderson made it safely to shore, but at around 7:10 p.m. the Edmund Fitzgerald mysteriously disappeared off of the radar and ceased replying to radio transmissions, even though there had been no call for help.
When searchers went out looking, all they found of the Edmund Fitzgerald was two splintered lifeboats and an empty life jacket. A week later, the US Coast Guard found the ship on the lake bed at a depth of about 530 feet. There were no survivors.
Out of respect, the area is officially regarded as a grave site and is not open to pleasure dives. As it is, all scientific dives must have a legitimate reason for the dive as well as permission from the families. This writer believes this is a great move for the Canadians, whose water the boat lays in, as with the popularity of the song and how well known the wreck is, it's easy for people to become too infatuated with the wreck and forget to respect the fact that that was the final resting place for a lot of people. No one wants thousands of people a week trampling through an open showing of a loved ones' tomb, now do they?
In remembrance, around 7 p.m. tonight bells will toll both on the East and West coasts of Lake Superior. The Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors, Minnesota will also be lit tonight. It was decommissioned in 1969, but the light shines again once per year, on November 10, as they list the names of those who died on the Edmund Fitzgerald, because it's believed that that lighthouse would have been the last thing those sailors saw. The bell of the Edmund Fitzgerald, raised in 1995 at the request of the families, will also ring tonight at Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum at Whitefish Point in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It will ring 30 times; once for each of the 29 men who lost their lives and then once for the thousands of others who also went down with their ships throughout the years.
This writer is sure the occasion will be something both haunting and memorable and wishes that she could be there to share support for the families and to remember this tragedy with others.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Obama's Fort Hood amnesia (but pays his respects to the Mumbai victims..)

Posted on Sun Nov 07 2010 13:13:28 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) by American Dream 246
On the first anniversary of the Fort Hood massacre, Barack Hussein Obama and an entourage of 3,000 left Washington D.C. for India. As Mr. Obama and his fellow travelers were racking up $200 million a day in expenses, a solemn ceremony honoring the victims of Major Nidal Hasan was keeping the faith at the Central Texas army base.

Not willing to believe that the president or the White House staff could be so callous and disrespectful as to simply blow-off the soldiers, civilian staff, police and families whose lives were forever changed on November 5, 2009, I searched the whitehouse.gov website for some proof that the commander in chief really does care. Among the ‘Statements and Releases’ was the ‘Weekly Address: President Obama Calls for Compromise and Explains his Priorities on Taxes,’ the ‘Statement by the President on Diwali’ and a ‘Readout of the President’s Call with the SanFrancisco Giants.’ Not a word anywhere about Fort Hood.

A search of ‘Presidential Actions’ revealed ‘Presidential Proclamation-Veteran’s Day’ and ‘Presidential Proclamation-Military Family Month,’ wrapped around proclamations for a free trade agreement for Bahrain and National Adoption Month. No mention of the first anniversary of the Fort Hood massacre, not a word.
Meanwhile in Mumbai Mr. Obama addressed a group of survivors and government officials, The Times of India reports:

US President Barack Obama on Saturday struck a strong bond with his audience at Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, which bore the brunt of 26/11 terror, by saying America shared India’s grief over the attacks and would not forget the savagery.
But not all 26/11 survivors were impressed, especially as Obama desisted from mentioning the Pakistan connection to the terror strike: something that has been established in the investigation by US’s own agencies.
A large number of Indians remain skeptical of Mr. Obama‘s intentions and many like writer Bhisham Mansukhani (a 26/11 survivor) are angry that conspirator David Headley remains in U.S. custody. Echoing the sentiment of a growing number of his countrymen, Mansukhani said that Headley “deserved to be in an Indian prison. Unless that happens Obama’s visit is meaningless. If he doesn’t give us Headley, he doesn’t give a damn about victims of attack.”

If Mr. Obama had gone to Fort Hood to honor the victims, their friends and family and the survivors of Major Hasan’s attack he would have been on hand when Sgt. 1st Class Maria Guerra was honored for her actions on that fateful day. The Dallas Morning News reports that Sgt. Guerra was honored for securing the front doors of the medical processing building during the attack and then organizing the other nurses and medics to help treat the wounded.

“Don’t ever forget us,” Guerra said. “Do not forget about us. That’s what we’d like to ask the rest of the country.”

Sadly those words did not reach the ears of the commander in chief .

I don't even think I need to add anything more.  We all know where his loyalties lie and it is NOT with the United States.


Nuff said.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Religious discrimination leads to job loss, eviction


Liberty Counsel is defending a Georgia couple who lost their jobs and their home for being "too religious."

The case involves Daniel and Sharon Dixon, the former residents and managers of a Hallmark Companies apartment complex in Georgia. The issue began when the couple's supervisor visited their office and noticed on the wall artwork of a lily, bearing a phrase from Matthew 6:28 at the bottom.

"She asked if that was religious, and when she found out it was, she asked them to remove it," accounts Liberty Counsel founder Mat Staver. "The wife went to get the husband to come back and talk to the manager, but by that time, the painting was already gone and the manager said, 'That's alright; you don't need to worry about it. You're fired. You're too religious.'" The Dixons were given 72 hours to vacate their apartment.

Staver thinks the case clearly involves religious discrimination, but after a lower-court judge refused to let a jury hear the case, the ruling was appealed.

"You can't fire someone simply because they're too religious," the attorney contends. "This case is not about the painting. The painting was a symptom of a larger problem with this employer, Hallmark Companies. The problem is they didn't want people who were Christians working in their workplace."

None of the tenants or applicants complained about the former managers' faith prior to the run-in with their supervisor. Staver is asking the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to send the case back to a lower court for trial so the Dixons can have their day in court.

Believe it people this is happening in America, a nation that was founded on biblical doctrine.  Has now become taboo. 



















How can someone be "too religious?" We can say that about any religion, Muslims are very extreme in their faith, to give a good example.  

You want to know why Christians are being persecuted by our government, by liberals, by the MSM?  Because we are NOT afraid to share our faith, we have within each us the presence of the Holy Father, by the gift of the Holy Ghost. We SPEAK and are not afraid to go against the norm, we are not afraid to offend, we fight for what we know is the truth.  We want to win the lost to Jesus. 

We do not do it out of hate but out of love, although, some tend to push too hard.  Our job is to plant the seed and let God do the work.

We can have righteous anger over the ugliness and immorality of this world.  With the precious shed Blood of Jesus Christ we know that there is something so much better and more beautiful waiting for us when our Father calls us home.

We will never give up, no matter how hard the world will trample and smother our basic human rights and as American citizens.  

Nuff said.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

We did it!! Now for some fun..

I was very happy with last night's results!! Sure Harry "the weasel" Reid is still in office, and Barney "the clown" Frank made it as well. Which really surprised me, but I was more surprised that Barbara Boxer was re-elected? Didn't see that one coming.

I am proud of Arkansas voters, granted we kept two Dems in office but the rest went to Republicans!! Blanche Lincoln is a strong supporter of Obama and I am THRILLED she got booted out. Yay!

I am sure everyone has read enough about last night's election results so I am not going to concentrate on that today.

So here is some fun dancing to kick off our celebration, at least for the time-being.


GOD BLESS AMERICA!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Please get out and vote!

Please exercise your right to vote.  It does count and it will make a difference.

Do not stay complacent any longer.  Tomorrow's election may be one of the most pivotal days in history.  It will be remembered.

Conservatives, we must unite and take back our nation from a corrupt and socialist government.

Thank you!