It was a race of certainty on both sides. Even on Election Day, Mitt Romney’s campaign advisers were convinced Romney would be elected president, while Barack Obama’s team was equally resolute: he would reclaim the White House.
How was the Republican Party so misguided? Where did the party go wrong?
Although the results were far from preordained, the carefully crafted strategy of the well-oiled and under-estimated Democratic Party machine left Romney’s team sitting in a heap of disastrous miscalculations and America with four more years of Obama at 1600 Pennsylvania. For conservatives nationwide, the outcome of the 2012 presidential election was a …more
A news making investigative work exploring the immediate possibility of impeaching Barack Obama by documenting his alleged offenses against the Constitution; his assault on personal liberties; and his abuse of executive power to enact nation-altering policies without even minimal Congressional oversight.
Researched and written by New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott, “Impeachable Offenses” further exposes how Obama is aiding the enemies of the United States. From Benghazi through Obamacare through gun control, Fast and Furious and executive amnesty, this book presents hard-hitting new information that will have even the most skeptical of readers questioning the Constitutionality …more
In July 2000, God sent a watchman to Madison Square Garden in New York City with warning of an imminent surprise attack that would be a sign pointing to the endtimes. When this very thing happened fourteen months later on 9/11, it proved to be God’s terrible catalyst to begin the end-times right before our eyes.
The 9/11 Prophecy tells the remarkable testimony of the watchman who was sent to NYC at the Millennium. With amazing, irrefutable proof from scripture, history and providence, it shows how 9/11 set in motion two of the most critical end-time prophecies in the New Testament …more
Almost nothing gives rise to more national intrigue than the murder of an American president. And on November 22, 2013, the nation will experience the 50th anniversary of one of the most traumatic events in modern American history, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
From day one, the truth behind JFK’s assassination has been mired in controversy and dispute. The Warren Commission, established just seven days after Kennedy’s death, delved into the who, what, when, and where of the tragedy, and over the course of the following year compiled an 889-page report that arrived at the now widely contested conclusion: …more
If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” President Barack Obama said in March 2012 about the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin four weeks earlier. In so saying, Obama gave the White House imprimatur to a politically irresistible campaign, one that both stoked the grievances of his racially sensitive base and energized his party’s gun-control advocates.
That the shooting took place in Florida, the most highly contested state in that year’s presidential election, made its politicization all the more inevitable. From the beginning, the major media worked overtime to convict shooter George Zimmerman in the court of public opinion. …more
It has often been said, “What you don’t know won’t hurt you.” Not true. Ignorance is deadly.
Have you ever heard the phrase forty acres and a mule? Do you know how slavery actually began in America? Did you know the KKK lynched over a thousand white people? Do you know why? Have you ever wondered, “What do African Americans want?” Why do they vote Democrat? Did you know that most blacks DO NOT support Affirmative Action? Who speaks for African-Americans? Do Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, and others, really speak for black America? Who elected these “civil rights leaders”?
If you have ever considered, even briefly, any one of these questions, or others in the area of race relations, then you need your own copy of Black Yellowdogs. (What does “black yellowdogs” mean, anyway?)
Buy it, read it, mark it up, look up the facts, burn it or, better yet, give it to one of your white or black friends and talk about it. Remember, the most dangerous citizen is not armed, but uninformed.
These are the words of Dorothy McDaniel’s husband, Captain Eugene “Red” McDaniel, who for six years was prisoner of war during the Vietnam War. For three of those years, he was listed “missing in action.” During those tumultuous years, she clung to her faith, knowing that he was still alive.
It was her fight to find information on her POW husband, and his subsequent release from a North Vietnam prison that prompted them both to fight to have the United States government conduct search and rescue missions for prisoners they believed were still being held.
In this 20th anniversary edition of After the Heroes Welcome, read the story that shows the war didn’t end for the either Dorothy or her husband when he was released. The war on behalf of the many POWs still in North Vietnam prisons was just getting started.