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Friday, July 17, 2015

It's a Trans-American Thing

Dear America,

Trans-American: n. 1. new acceptable term, widely used and recognized the world over -- the population of citizens in the people's republic of the United States of America following the crossing over into the new world...what Americans call thy self; 2. Trans-Americanian:  1. an American era in transition, crossing over from the old to something new.  2. the slow evolutionary process of losing "America," and it's citizens, previously recognized as one body e pluribus unum  "American" into a new world body, fusing with the entire world (including various multi-cultural democracies, oligarchy's, even countries promoting and operating under acts of terrorism worldwide, specifically targeting peaceful democracies).

This is where we are headed as we blindly follow what is passed off as simply classic political correctness run amok, yet having been brilliantly masterminded over the last hundred years -- although, clearly intensifying over the last six  --  in the proliferation of indoctrination by the progressive Left in order to break America.  

Today, marks it's success;  a massive coup against America's firm foundation is nearly compete, eroding nearly every possibility of survival.

Beginning with what happened this week -- with our current administration not only talking to terrorists, negotiating with terrorists, but having sealed a  nuclear "pact"...a treaty... with terrorists.

Guess what we should be calling it?


1. violation of allegiance toward ones's sovereign or country; especially, the betrayal of one's own country by waging war against it or by consciously and purposely acting to aid its enemies.

We are there.

Call me funny, but I haven't seen any Americans dancing in the streets over this nuke deal.  Have you?

Who is celebrating?

Say what?

There is a bonus upon signing?  Lifting the sanctions equates to about  150 BILLION.

And even Susan Rice, our "National Security Adviser,"  had to admit the itty bitty detail that even though the "arms embargo" was still in effect, it would not prevent the exchange of money....which could quite possibly be used to support the Iranian military and its operations to wreak havoc upon the infidels of the world (perhaps beginning with Israel).

And we couldn't even get 4 Americans back????  [Not connected??? well, perhaps, but there is this thing called negotiation... you know, each side gives a little...]

Let's roll back to March 2015, and take a look at a video while in the midst of negotiations  --

The Ayatollah said....this.
At the time of this video, it was said to have cast certain doubt upon the ability to meet in the middle and come to any deal with Iran. I mean, c'mon, calling for "Death to America" seems to be  deal breaker, no?

Well, no....  Meet in the middle, anyone?  Hardly.

A compromise from all sides at the table never came.

Hence, Iranians happy.  TransAmericans?  Left dumbfounded and silent.  Associating with the crickets while sleeping with the fishes.

Rumor has it our president isn't even going to wait for congress to approve or disapprove.

Washington is working on a new Security Council resolution making the nuclear deal legally binding on the next president.


This is, if in fact true, an act against not only America's rule of law, but against AMERICA herself.

Trans-America here we come.

So yesterday, filed under  "unrelated news" --  a converted Islamic extremist murdered four marines in Chattanooga, TN.   The president came out and said this:

Oval Office
5:20 P.M. EDT
THE PRESIDENT:  I just received a briefing from FBI Director Comey, as well as my White House team, about the tragic shooting that took place in Chattanooga today.  We don't know yet all the details.  We know that what appears to be a lone gunman carried out these attacks.  We’ve identified a name.  And at this point, a full investigation is taking place.  The FBI will be in the lead, working closely with local law enforcement.
We’ve also been in contact with the Department of Defense to make sure that all our Defense facilities are properly attentive and vigilant as we sort through exactly what happened.  And as details of the investigation proceed, we’ll make sure that the FBI, as well as local law enforcement are providing the public with all the information that's involved. 
My main message right now is, obviously, the deepest sympathies of the American people to the four Marines that have been killed.  It is a heartbreaking circumstance for these individuals who have served our country with great valor to be killed in this fashion. 
And although the families are still in the process of being contacted, I want them to know that I speak for the American people in expressing our deepest condolences, and knowing that they have our full support as they try to overcome the grief that's involved here.
I also want to say that there are reports of injuries to Chattanooga local law enforcement officials.  Thankfully, as far as we know at this point, they have survived the assault.  And we want to make sure that they know that we're thinking of them.  They're in our thoughts and prayers. 
We take all shootings very seriously.  Obviously, when you have an attack on a U.S. military facility, then we have to make sure that we have all the information necessary to make an assessment in terms of how this attack took place, and what further precautions we can take in the future.  And as we have more information, we’ll let the public know. 
But in the meantime, I’d ask all Americans to pray for the families who are grief-stricken at this point.  And I want everybody to understand that we will be thorough and prompt in figuring out exactly what happened.
5:23 P.M. EDT

"lone gunman"
"we've identified a name"
"deepest sympathies"
"thoughts and prayers"
"And I want everybody to understand that we will be thorough and prompt in figuring out exactly what happened"

Oh like how you were "thorough and prompt in figuring out" what happened at Fort Hood?

Oh HE KNOWS what happened.

However, his first allegiance would be committing a transgression if he were to admit the truth of what exactly happened.

Obama was very clear as to what happened following the shooting in Charleston; let's go to that statement while we are at it, as he wasn't waiting for anyone to figure anything out, he knew:

James S. Brady Press Briefing Room
12:20 P.M. EDT
THE PRESIDENT:  Good afternoon, everybody.  This morning, I spoke with, and Vice President Biden spoke with, Mayor Joe Riley and other leaders of Charleston to express our deep sorrow over the senseless murders that took place last night.
Michelle and I know several members of Emanuel AME Church.  We knew their pastor, Reverend Clementa Pinckney, who, along with eight others, gathered in prayer and fellowship and was murdered last night.  And to say our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families, and their community doesn’t say enough to convey the heartache and the sadness and the anger that we feel.  
Any death of this sort is a tragedy.  Any shooting involving multiple victims is a tragedy.  There is something particularly heartbreaking about the death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace, in a place of worship.  
Mother Emanuel is, in fact, more than a church.  This is a place of worship that was founded by African Americans seeking liberty.  This is a church that was burned to the ground because its worshipers worked to end slavery.  When there were laws banning all-black church gatherings, they conducted services in secret.  When there was a nonviolent movement to bring our country closer in line with our highest ideals, some of our brightest leaders spoke and led marches from this church’s steps.  This is a sacred place in the history of Charleston and in the history of America.
The FBI is now on the scene with local police, and more of the Bureau’s best are on the way to join them.  The Attorney General has announced plans for the FBI to open a hate crime investigation.  We understand that the suspect is in custody.  And I’ll let the best of law enforcement do its work to make sure that justice is served.
Until the investigation is complete, I’m necessarily constrained in terms of talking about the details of the case.  But I don’t need to be constrained about the emotions that tragedies like this raise.  I’ve had to make statements like this too many times.  Communities like this have had to endure tragedies like this too many times.  We don’t have all the facts, but we do know that, once again, innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun.  Now is the time for mourning and for healing.  
But let’s be clear:  At some point, we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries.  It doesn’t happen in other places with this kind of frequency.  And it is in our power to do something about it.  I say that recognizing the politics in this town foreclose a lot of those avenues right now.  But it would be wrong for us not to acknowledge it.  And at some point it’s going to be important for the American people to come to grips with it, and for us to be able to shift how we think about the issue of gun violence collectively.
The fact that this took place in a black church obviously also raises questions about a dark part of our history.  This is not the first time that black churches have been attacked.  And we know that hatred across races and faiths pose a particular threat to our democracy and our ideals.
The good news is I am confident that the outpouring of unity and strength and fellowship and love across Charleston today, from all races, from all faiths, from all places of worship indicates the degree to which those old vestiges of hatred can be overcome.  That, certainly, was Dr. King’s hope just over 50 years ago, after four little girls were killed in a bombing in a black church in Birmingham, Alabama.  
He said they lived meaningful lives, and they died nobly.  “They say to each of us,” Dr. King said, “black and white alike, that we must substitute courage for caution.  They say to us that we must be concerned not merely with [about] who murdered them, but about the system, the way of life, the philosophy which produced the murderers.  Their death says to us that we must work passionately and unrelentingly for the realization of the American Dream.
“And if one will hold on, he will discover that God walks with him, and that God is able to lift you from the fatigue of despair to the buoyancy of hope, and transform dark and desolate valleys into sunlit paths of inner peace.”
Reverend Pinckney and his congregation understood that spirit.  Their Christian faith compelled them to reach out not just to members of their congregation, or to members of their own communities, but to all in need.  They opened their doors to strangers who might enter a church in search of healing or redemption.  
Mother Emanuel church and its congregation have risen before –- from flames, from an earthquake, from other dark times -– to give hope to generations of Charlestonians.  And with our prayers and our love, and the buoyancy of hope, it will rise again now as a place of peace.
Thank you. 
12:28 P.M. EDT
You, sir, are soooooooooooooooo Transparent.
It was just a lone gunman @Chattanooga.    Oh okay; no time to opine on this one, Mr. President? 
Trans-Continental radicalization meet fundamental transformation of America.
Here's something to consider, from National Review:
Suggesting a correlation between the number of Muslims in the country and the incidence of radicalism is, of course, considered insensitive, if not downright “Islamophobic.” 
But the only point here is a mathematical one: Whatever the percentage of Muslims who support or would ever consider supporting jihadism, the raw number obviously increases along with the total number of Muslims. One percent of 10 million is much larger than 1 percent of 1 million. The questions is, at what point does the radical population achieve a kind of critical mass?

This surely meets up squarely with the new prison reform ideas, allowing the population, once time is well served,  to vote (it's a civil right, you know, to vote -- how can we not allow felons to voice their political clout via votes?)

And this little number from the Huffington Post:

Prisons would also become major centers for Islamic outreach. Today, prison officials, prison chaplains and scholars claim that Islam is the fastest growing religion behind bars. Although there are no reliable statistics, estimates suggest that 35,000-40,000 inmates convert to Islam each year, and nationwide, it is estimated that 15 percent of the U.S. prison population is Muslim, or as much as 350,000 current Muslim inmates.
A tranquilizer would be good right about now.

transient and diminishing, 
nearly unseen by the naked eye.

TransAmerica here we come.

But back to this killer deal America got --

I found a fabulous place to read the LOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG statement from the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, documenting the fact that "all objectives" have been met according to Iran --- although  little g is merely linking you to one particular spot, here.  [And please, by all means, read a whole lot more at "What the Folly.com"] --

“We behaved so skillfully that if talks won’t succeed, the world would accept that Iran is for logic and dialogue and never left the negotiating table…and if we succeed by the grace of God, the world will know that the Iranian nation can resolve its problems through logic,”
“Twenty-two months of negotiation means we have managed to charm the world, and it’s an art," as plucked from The Times of Israel, here.

 And flash forward to this trans-continental snub:  Iran bans U.S. inspectors from all Nuclear Sites

All the while OUR president insists:

Because of this deal, we will, for the first time, be in a position to verify all of these commitments.  That means this deal is not built on trust; it is built on verification.  Inspectors will have 24/7 access to Iran’s key nuclear facilities.  

*Iran [Inspectors] will have access to Iran’s entire nuclear supply chain -- its uranium mines and mills, its conversion facility, and its centrifuge manufacturing and storage facilities.  This ensures that Iran will not be able to divert materials from known facilities to covert ones.  Some of these transparency measures will be in place for 25 years.

Oh okay.

That's a good one.  And quite possibly treasonous. 

It's just the continuing saga of two countries, two stories, two ideologies, two societies -- and that's just within our borders; fused together, it marks the beginning -- or is it the middle ?   the end? of an American travesty.  

Trans-America or bust; fundamental transformation is perfectly non-discriminating and steadfast in every way....patient ...and it's fully counting upon it's natural charm to invade and destroy everything we know and love to be hailed all things AMERICAN.

We are all Trans-Americans now.
to be continued...

Make it a Good Day, G

Other things:
Sharia Law meets  Seattle.
And in other things....
Curfew meets exceptions in Dearborn.
After school boards across America have painstakingly ventured to separate our Judeo-Christian roots from the school calendar, what does New York do?  Commingle a brand new religion?

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

It's About the RIGHT to CHOOSE Thing

Dear America,

  • "The fingers and toes and beating hearts that we can see on an unborn child's ultrasound come with something that we cannot see: a soul," former U.S. President George W. Bush said Jan. 23, 2008, as thousands of people met on Capitol Hill in an anti-abortion rally.
The year was 1973, and little g was all of eleven when Roe v. Wade altered the landscape of America and made a moral exception for the nation based upon a woman's Constitutional right to choose. Abortion was immediately made legal with certain stipulations and under certain conditions, none of which included the other half, the other party intimately involved, mind you (just where is the evolution on that one?).

Even though abortion has been decidedly made perfectly legal since 1973, the religious conscience continues to voice not only opinion, but a confident opposition to the act.

In my personal experience, in the time since 1973, it has not been uncommon to come across women who have chosen abortion, and we can still have a conversation about abortion without myself agreeing with what she felt compelled to do for her own personal reasons, nor has this person ceased speaking to me.  It has become widely acceptable to agree to disagree, recognizing strong convictions exist among us and we leave it alone.

Religious Conscience is something inside us that tends to grow, much like a newborn baby, and to be forced to separate from this spirit, this soul, this feeling we know to be true for ourselves, is like having a sword swipe down the center of our body, splitting us in two.

The thing is, we are still having the conversation about abortion --whether right or wrong, left or right, liberal or conservative --  in America today, now 42 years later!  The Supremes may have written abortion into law, but it didn't change a thing with regard to personal convictions and beliefs and religious conscience....all the while the Catholic church may never come around, right.

Knowing the controversial aspects of the act of killing one's baby, all citizens are not only allowed to hold onto their personal beliefs, they are left alone to live according to those beliefs.  While according to state law (the state being the government), funds acquired through taxpayers are supposedly totally off limits (jury is still out on that one, right, Planned Parenthood?)  and are not to be allocated towards abortion, without exception (yeah, right, that's a good one).

Regarding gay marriage -- whether we stand with it wholeheartedly, or perhaps remain lukewarm about it, or even hold the stance of  'I couldn't care less'  -- the truth remains the same for each one of us, for the very same arguments holding to religious conscience and personal independence is what's at play.   And the conversation will continue -- and moreover has every RIGHT to continue -- until a brand spanking new generation decidedly gives it the grand nod across the fruited plains.  Or, then again, it may just never go away...

Please don't misconstrue the context of the conversation.  The domestic conflict is not intended to focus on the gay person at all.  It's entirely about the ACT about to take place:  this thing called same-sex marriage.

And just as abortion opposition doesn't make a person against all women, or even one woman, the liberty to not agree with abortion is fully left to the individual to decide for themselves, with no judgement; the argument against abortion becomes just about the act of killing the unborn baby.  And likewise, the argument against gay marriage is not against the gay person(s), but the act of gay marriage itself.

Capturing the groundbreaking right to liberty for all, allow me to hook you up to a piece on The Daily Caller that outlines the pending next big thing for the Supremes to mess up.  Whatever happens with the case from Jack Phillips, just know this --  every Jack, Jane, John and Jim or Joan and Jill Dough will be looking to the outcome of this nation's most sacred essential liberty with great hope.

How sad this day in America truly is, really.

That we have arrived at a day that calls upon the common man to make the case and fight for what is purely a religious conviction and conscience when it should be a given!

For something of another color to read today, go to The Daily Bell --  a libertarian love fest of a web site and easily a place little g finds herself fawning all over.  The Bell uses the Free Market argument to understand the changes afoot, and offers a fascinating look at the latest Supreme Court decision. Having said that, it is unfortunate the side of  religious conscience didn't enter into field of arguments; for what value can we give to religious liberty and the "free exercise thereof" if even the libertarians don't see it or even want to talk about it?  weird.

Now, the gay marriage community of supporters is hardly short on propaganda these days; it's really cool and quite common to trample upon religious liberty, rarely finding public outcry.  

 Enter Jimmy Carter.

"I believe Jesus would approve gay marriage."  But even Jimmy added he didn't believe churches should be forced to marry them. (And just because I respect Jimmy Carter so much, I wonder where he stands on the John Dough's who don't wish to bake the cake?)

Going back to The Daily Bell and our natural inclination as humans to discriminate in everything we do, we must accept the wide range of opinion on gay marriage to truly reign in order to save the day. And that calls for gays to accept the fact that some people may never come around; and to force those people to participate  in something that they cannot morally and fundamentally accept as their truth is simply wrong.   As well, it would make the gay community anti-religious bigots to judge them for it, and we can't have that, now can we.  

Discriminating as it all very well may be, we are all at liberty to choose, to decide for ourselves; and this liberty does not come from government, but from our Creator, under Nature's Law.

Gleefully, the bottom line is this: the gay community has won and it is done (well, sorta).  Gay Marriage is legally available to anyone and everyone AS OF TODAY! [With some exceptions, I guess.  See Kansas and how the litigation blow-back that has already begun.]  Oooh and make that as of June 26th, 2015; the decision is already a week old!  

Awwww isn't she sweet.

This historic event just so happens to share the calendar day with this little unknown wonder:  In the year 1870, "the Christian holiday of Christmas is declared a federal holiday in the United States."  

Oh and then there's this --  in 1977, Elvis Presley sang what would become his final concert, in Indianapolis.  

And in 1989, the Supremes declared that 16 year old's can get the death penalty.  
In 1992, the Supremes decided that fund soliciting can be banned at airports.  

In 1993, "Late Night with David Letterman" aired for the first time -- and it just so happens to share the day in '93 with this:
The U.S. launches a cruise missile attack targeting Baghdad intelligence headquarters in retaliation for a thwarted assassination attempt against former President George H.W. Bush in April in Kuwait.

Wow.  How times change and yet oddly stay the same-same.

And now this is where I CHOOSE to end the day.  Don't hate, procreate,

and --
Make it a Good Day, G

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

It's Persecution Comes in Many Colors Thing

Dear America,

[fine print on the day -- prepare -- I intend to be all over the place; and with good reason.  bon appetit!]
“Our strategy recognizes that no amount of military force will end the terror that is ISIL unless it’s matched by a broader effort — political and economic — that addresses the underlying conditions that have allowed ISIL to gain traction. … Ultimately, in order for us to defeat terrorist groups like ISIL and al-Qaida, it’s going to also require us to discredit their ideology. This broader challenge of countering violent extremism is not simply a military effort. Ideologies are not defeated with guns; they’re defeated by better ideas — a more attractive and more compelling vision.”
President Obama, yesterday  
And now, let's gain a little perspective and philosophy from 1747 from Benjamin Franklin:

"Were this Union formed, were we once united, thoroughly armed and disciplined, were everything in our power done for our security, as far as human means and foresight could provide, we might then, with more propriety, humbly ask the assistance of Heaven and a blessing on our lawful endeavors." (Smyth, Writings of Benjamin Franklin, plucked from pages of The 5000 Year Leap, Skousen)

Franklin, continued:

"The very fame of our strength and readiness would be a means of discouraging our enemies; for 'tis wise and true saying, that 'One sword often keeps another in the scabbard.'  The way to secure peace is to be prepared for war.  That they are on their guard, and appear ready to receive their adversaries, are in much less danger of being attacked than the supine, secure and negligent."

While this strategy of peace through strength is summed up by Franklin like so --

"Our security lies, I think, in our growing strength, both in numbers and wealth; that creates an increasing ability of assisting this nation in its wars, which will make us more respectable, our friendship more valued, and our enmity feared; thence it will soon be thought proper to treat us not with justice only, but with kindness, and thence we may expect in a few years a total change of measures with regard to us; unless, by neglect of military discipline, we should lose all martial spirit, and our western people become as tame as those in the eastern dominions of Britain [India], when we expect the same oppressions; for there is much truth in the Italian saying, "Make yourselves sheep, and the wolves will eat you."

As we swifty  Skip to My Lou  up to the present day.....here's Marco Rubio, while speaking at CPAC not long ago:

"Our allies no longer trust us, 
our enemies no longer fear us." 

And that's when it happened.


The observance of how the Obama Administration "fights" ISIL (or Iran...and any other entity considered to be an enemy of America's security) vs. how the Obama Administration confronts -- no, "degrades and destroys" --  Christianity in America; now, uncharacteristically and profoundly disturbing, making this faith public enemy number one.

Obama, circa 2007:

“Whatever we once were, we’re no longer a Christian nation. At least not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, and a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers,”
And masterfully, paving the way and preparing the world for the pending multicultural America upon the horizon, the very destruction of her foundation begins.

Going back to the president's remarks on ISIL...perhaps tweaking it just a wee bit, we arrive at this:

Ultimately, in order for us to defeat terrorist groups like the Catholic Church or Fundamental Christians, it’s going to also require us to discredit their ideology. This broader challenge of countering violent extremism is not simply a military effort YET. Ideologies are not defeated with guns; they’re defeated by better ideas — a more attractive and more compelling vision, which only the progressive Left can provide

In the eight years since, military chaplains are being scolded for holding Christian prayers, or saying Jesus by name; while also, an actual Islamic terrorist attack that killed thirteen patriots at Fort Hood, on American soil, is being labeled "work place violence."

Atheists groups are gaining the secular upper hand, being instrumental in removing prayer in the huddle before football games, or removing the Ten Commandments that were once considered written in stone, from the town square.

And to the most recent demise of our religious rights, and community organizing which blatantly prohibit  "the free exercise thereof," as individuals who decline same-sex marriage services become under assault, taking away not only their religious right to free exercise thereof, but their livelihoods, if not their entire fortune!

In response to Obama's comments on ISIL, here's an excerpt from Dan Gilmore, of The Patriot Post, that makes common sense:

"Clearly, we didn’t win independence from Britain with superior debating skills, nor did we defeat the Nazis or Soviets with speeches. Furthermore, debate works amidst a civil society, but not when one side is enslaving minorities, burning prisoners alive and beheading others, while vowing further violence against people with which it disagrees."

This works for the argument supporting military might through strength, as well as posing the appropriate context to support religious freedom and civil rights for all.

In THIS country, it's the INDIVIDUAL who remains is king, last I checked.

But not only has the LGBT community, along with the assist from the progressive Left agenda, shut down the debate on the most basic of civil rights, it has begun to make this religious, faithful, Bible thumping community the outsiders in their own country!

And yet, given the numbers -- the 60% of this nation who consider to be called Christian, along with people who are unaffiliated with organized Christianity, but think of themselves believers adding another 22%, and realizing the Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu encompass a mere 6% -- the fact of the matter is....drum roll please....we are a CHRISTIAN nation, having been founded by CHRISTIAN values, all along!   Even those who love reality shows should be able to embrace this without issue.

Where are the authentic Christian believers, with the help from a few of the "unaffiliated"or not,  with the courage to back up our most fundamental right?

Where are you in this fight?

Um, I heard once, not that long ago, "make yourselves sheep, the wolves eat you,"

In this country, we have a right to bake our cake and eat it too and NOT take it to a same-sex marriage ceremony  and NOT be persecuted for it -- whether you agree with this or not; in this country, we are born with this right.  For the free exercise thereof supports the INDIVIDUAL religious belief and whatever actions they take, both public and private. The individual cannot be separated from their religion.  Whether in church, at home, at school, at work, it is all the same-same.  [Case in point, how the Muslim scarf has been allowed to stay wrapped in America, even in the workplace; or how Muslims are allowed to stop and pray, even in the workplace.]

It's why the First Amendment to the Constitution was written the way it was written.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or the prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of the people peacefully to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." 

It's true -- we do not have an "established" Christian religion in this country -- just look around; we are not commanded to go to mass, or to a church, of any kind; we are free to do  whatever we want when it comes to believing or not believing.   But the truth is, we are a whole bunch of believers.

While the respect and admiration and hope of this very Omniscience that surrounds us - this notion of Divine Providence  written throughout the ages -- and thoroughly having It's way in the founding of this country is not only recorded vividly and profusely within and around our institutions and declarations and history, It was made with firm intention and looking forward with the totality for all future generations.

Some things don't just go away even if a ruckus crowd denies and degrades and aims to destroy it...

Even if five Supremes choose to deny religious conscience...

Even if some people choose to twist the truth into something dirty or wrong headed, or of the wrong ideology.

What has troubled me from the start of this same-sex marriage revolution is the lack of understanding back behind the real life conscience of the Christian believer [And Christianity not being the only religion with exceptions to these unions, while some even oppose to just being gay.].  For according to the actions, through the courts and otherwise, of the LGBT community and the Left, the civil right of simply keeping to yourself and one's own religion is ripe to be trampled upon to no end.

Oh which reminds me of some poignant and thoughtful comments I read earlier this morning, featured on the Huffington Post, and written by a Christian, Gay, woman...Whitney Kay Bacon.  Now, appreciating her experience immensely; I must say it was well written.   That is, up until the end.   It was in her final paragraph, while making her last point, when she said this:

"So, my dear fellow Christians, from one Christian to another, please mind your own business and PLEASE make sure that your hands are clean before you point your finger at me and my community. Amen."
Likewise, Ms. Whitney Kay Bacon.

PLEASE....Let the bakers, the florists, the churches, mind their own business according to their individual beliefs and walk away.   AND let the bakers, the florists, the churches, etc...speak up if they feel so inclined!  [a gag order, pulleeze.]  My, how persecution comes in many colors and flavors.

Wait a minute...wait a minute...
As a matter of fact, and for the record --- the baker in Oregon WAS minding her own business, Ms. Bacon!   Say what....

Now directing a few questions to the general gay community...

Do you really need to sue?
Do you really have to resort to name calling just because she shares certain beliefs as it pertains to marriage along with plenty of other Christians, mind you?
Do you really need to pummel Christianity into the ground and silence it's rightful civil responsibility to voice it's opposition, and act according to one's beliefs, so help me God?

It was the lesbian couple that went to the establishment and asked for services -- and it was the service of baking a cake for a gay wedding which the baker could not support; the homosexuality aspect was not the issue.  The Oregon baker, @Sweet Cakes, was simply minding her own business and it was the direct actions of the Lesbian couple who made it America's business.

I'm pretty sure another baker, or florist, or "unaffiliated" church would love to serve you with not only their full support, but with pure love.

How about you go to those people!
How about leaving those whose faith teaches them another definition of marriage, under God, alone. Is that really so hard?   For why would you want to force a business who cannot wholeheartedly come to the table of agreement with you serve you anyway?  Funny, isn't it -- for in this way the bully pulpit takes on an ulterior rainbow universe all of it's very own.

The thing is, reality proves a greater war under foot, upon American soil, and far, far away from the growth of ISIL in the middle east.

And sadly, it is a war against Christianity.

My mantra of late is four little words:  THY will be done.

And in this moment, I pray, for not only THY will be done -- I pray that we, as a nation, find a way through this.   Nothing is by accident. [And believe me when I say, you don't have to pray if you don't want to...just sayin']

THY will be done
[Matter of fact, it is done, already
in the mind of God.
Is that soothing to know, or what...]

I BELIEVE, we are assembled and united by a Higher Purpose, even now.

You are here, right now, for a reason.
I am here, right now, for a reason.

To question and become disturbed by things unsettling and troubling, is to question God -- and that is not going to get us anywhere.

It is time to pray for guidance, humility, love and peace for every single one of us and watch the magic that IS Life, that is God, in action.

Spirit has always proven to be superior to matter ....

take the spirit of overcoming Britain, against all odds, in the American Revolution...

take the spirit of overcoming slavery, against all odds, in the Civil War...[While it was the same Christianity which assisted William Wilberforce use his faith to change the world, for he believed slavery was wrong, long before America's Civil War was fought and won.]

take the spirit of overcoming Christian bigotry happening all over the world, right now, and tragically, even here, in the United States of America...

against all odds.

America has been here before.
And it will take every single one of us, as individuals, to work it out and see it through, allowing Divine Providence to carry us, for Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness for all and ultimately protect this beautiful, spiritual, promised land.

Make it a Good Day, G