What do Iranian missile strikes, a solar eclipse and two earthquake have in common? I’m not sure, but it has my attention. The Iranian regime’s official news agency, Fars News, reported on the missile attacks aimed at Americans stationed on Iraqi bases calling it “hard revenge” for Soleimani’s death. The Gateway Pundit reported that Iranians were heard shouting, “Allahu Akbar!” as the missiles were fired … Continue reading Prophecy Alert? Iranian Missiles, a Solar Eclipse and 2 Earthquakes–Oh My!
A week before Halloween, witches numbered in the thousands are set to craft a spell to bind President Trump and his administration on Friday, October 25, 2019. According to The Washington Examiner, “The ritual calls for the use of an unflattering photo of Trump, a tarot card, a stub of an orange candle, a pin, and a feather. Participants then call on the ‘heavenly hosts, … Continue reading Witches Set to Bind Trump before Halloween
Why is it that bad things seem to occur one right after another, often following on the heels of some good news? I am at home from work today still recovering from being very ill for about 10 days. During this time, my back went out on me, my laptop died and I had some extremely serious family issues over the Thanksgiving holiday. When it … Continue reading Is Spiritual Oppression Real?
It’s a good day for Americans who believe in religious freedom from government tyranny. A federal judge has issued a ruling awarding $718,000 in compensation to the Catholic Benefits Association (CBA) in its almost five-year-long religious liberty battle against the Obamacare Contraceptive, Abortifacient, Sterilization and related Counseling Services Mandate (CASC). The mandate would have forced CBA members to violate Catholic moral teaching by covering contraceptives, … Continue reading Federal Judge Awards Catholic Group Compensation in the Battle of the Womb
“Remember who the real enemy is.” —Haymitch Abernathy, “Hunger Games” definitely had a girl crush on Linda Hamilton when she starred in the “Terminator” movies. I admired her bad ass transformation, both physically and mentally, from helpless victim in the original movie to actively engaging with her protagonist in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” I’m also an avid fan of Katniss Everdeen of the “Hunger Games.” … Continue reading The Mystical Properties of Suffering
Women of substance are generally the busiest, smartest, and most interesting women on the planet, and red-pilled women far surpass the unwashed masses in fulfilling their potential. Beautiful buildings—and beautiful women—don’t just happen, however. They are executed with great skill, patience and planning. And when completed, they are rock solid gems for all the world to admire and stand the test of time. Here’s how they … Continue reading How to Be a Woman of Substance
It’s embarrassing, but true. The simple act of cleaning my car this weekend has changed my life, and I was reminded of a very simple lesson this Saturday—that is, just shut up and do it. I had avoided cleaning my car for months, which wasn’t difficult seeing that it has rained almost every weekend this winter and it is cold outside. But this weekend, I … Continue reading Go On with Your Bad Self