So now transgenders, or pretenders, (who knows which is which, right?) are going into women's shelters and creating problems there, ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN ABUSED BY MEN. GET IT AMERICA????? GET IT????? EVIL IS STEALING MINDS AND HEARTS TODAY CALLING BAD "GOOD." And in these choices, MANY MORE ARE BEING HURT, ABUSED.
Once you let choices go forward that allow some to be in harms way, that choice trickles into every crack to dominate all. That is how evil works. It is never satisfied. It will never rest until it consumes all in its path of destruction. God set His Word firmly against these sexual behaviors, even details of men not to wear women's clothes. Satan, given a small crack in the door, will always tear the whole door down and use his taken minds and hearts to destroy the WHOLE FAMILY OF GOD.
God has His reasons for the parameters of relationships among His children. Changing those means offending God and placing human changers over Him. Hurt and harm are the result when God's way and His truths are rejected so that we don't "offend" those going against what God says is wrong or right. Then you place the word of men and women over God's Word. Hurt always follows that choice, either for yourself or for others. Always. We must not deny God's truths, especially when our voices can influence the choices of God's children. The Word speaks of those in positions of influence over others and the woe they will fill for themselves and their eternal destiny. This includes leaders of the church, the government, the schools/colleges/universities, media, and any soap box that "teaches" or reports to masses of people.
THESE ARE GOD'S TRUTHS. Your responses are for Him. Your accountability is TO HIM. There is no hiding, no covering, no excuses, no self-will that will stand against God.
Sharing God's Word in true Christian love is what Christian brothers and sisters are told to do... to warn for them in love, as so many are compromising with the world and ignoring the unchanging Word of God.
Take note of the emotional responses this brings to you for it will reveal who has your heart and mind.... Satan or God, if you are filled with the Holy Spirit or the spirit of darkness and prince of this earth. THIS IS WHY GOD TELLS YOU TO GUARD THEM ALWAYS.
May God's Holy Spirit fill you with God's truths and direct your path into following Christ alone. Let not your heart and mind be enslaved to going against God's Word for Satan will take you deeper and deeper into his darkness where conscience and discernment no longer exists. MAY GOD FILL YOU WITH HIS LIGHT, EXPOSE WHERE EXAMINATIONS OF SELF AND CHOICES SHOULD BE EXPLORED, AND MAY YOU TRULY EXAMINE YOUR CHOICES TODAY BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE .... our Jesus is returning. Waste not another day in preparing your life for your eternal destiny claimed in front of the Throne where nothing is hidden. God loves you. God declares to warn others when they seek a way other than God's Word... the unchanging Word of the God of Heaven's Armies, the Everlasting God. SEEK YE FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD. IN JESUS NAME, AMEN. Don't forget to follow the Friends Of Liberty on Facebook and our Page also Pinterest , Twitter. PLEASE help spread the word by sharing our articles on your favorite social networks.
He sure hit the nail on the head with this one!!!! BY: David Rutz: Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) blasted Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) in a more than two-minute long screed Wednesday morning over his “cancerous leadership” and his “bitter, vulgar, incoherent ramblings.”
In his remarks, noted by the Washington Examiner, Cotton attacked Reid for, as Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) put it, trying to stall a $602 billion defense bill for partisan reasons. The bill passed out of the Senate Wednesday with a 98-0 vote. Cotton, visibly angry, said Reid had ground the Senate to a halt and falsely claimed it was written “in the dead of night.”
“As a junior senator, I preside over the Senate,” Cotton said. “I usually do in the morning, which means I am forced to listen to the bitter, vulgar, incoherent ramblings of the Minority Leader. Normally, like every other American, I ignore them. I can’t ignore them today, however.”
Cotton noted all the Democrats on the Armed Service Committee approved the bill.
“When was the last time the Minority Leader read a bill? It was probably an electricity bill,” Cotton said. “What about the claims that it was written in the dark of night? It’s been public for weeks. And this coming from a man who drafted Obamacare in his office and rammed it through this Senate at midnight on Christmas Eve on a straight party-line vote?”
Cotton called Reid’s charge that McCain wrote the bill in secret “outrageous slander.” The Army veteran also brought up Reid’s infamous remarks in 2007 that the Iraq War was lost, even while it was still going on.
“To say that he’s delaying this because he cares for the troops, a man who never served himself, a man who in April 2007 came to this very floor before the surge had even reached its peak and said the war is lost, when over 100 Americans were being killed in Iraq every month, when I was carrying their dead bodies off an airplane at Dover Air Force Base,” Cotton said. “It is an outrage to say that we had to delay this because he cares for the troops. We are delaying it for one reason and one reason only: to protect his own sad, sorry legacy.”
Cotton finished with a flourish.
“He now complains in the mornings that the Senate is not in session enough,” he said. “That our calendar is too short. Well, whatever you think about that, the happy byproduct of fewer days in session in the Senate is that this institution will be cursed less with his cancerous leadership. I yield the floor.”
Written By Laurie Higgins | 05.26.16 I have long said that the cultural tide will turn against sexual anarchy when its child victims grow up and tell their stories. In a culture that rejects reason and faith while concomitantly exalting subjective feelings, narratives carry immense power.
Eventually children who have been acquired by couples in inherently sterile homosexual unions will tell of their feelings of sadness at being intentionally deprived of a mother or father. Children of lesbians will expose the emotional and relationship instability in their homes. Children of homosexual men will share the pain of being raised in homes where promiscuity or sexual “non-monogamy” is accepted.
And one day, the stories of gender-dysphoric children will tell their tragic stories—children whose parents were persuaded that allowing their confused children to “transition” was not only the appropriate treatment protocol but also the only way to prevent their children’s suicides.
Children who were permitted to take chemicals to prevent puberty (and thus the formative social experiences that attend pubertal physical and emotional changes), who were permitted to take risky cross-sex hormones whose effects—including sterility—are permanent, and in some cases were permitted to have breasts amputated or testes excised will tell their stories.
Surely some will regret never knowing who they would have become if they had been permitted to develop in accordance with their objective nature. Some will regret never having had the social experiences that attend the sex they actually are. Some will regret not waiting to see if their gender- dysphoric feelings abated. Some will regret their sterility. And some will regret the health effects like venous thromboembolism, osteoporosis, or cancer that may result from a lifetime of hormone-doping.
Ironically, “progressives” who oppose trace amounts of hormones in the chicken they consume support the practice of cross-sex hormone-doping for minors for which there is little conclusive assurance of long-term safety. While leftists prefer their free-range chickens to be free of hormonal interference, they’re okay with mad scientists mutilating their bodies and pumping them up with risky chemicals. The stories of two young women may be the harbingers of more sad revelations to come.
More importantly, what can we do as individuals to fight the entrenched economic illiteracy that keeps politicians in business?
Recorded at "Contra Krugman: Demolishing the Economic Myths of the 2016 Election": the Mises Circle at Seattle's historic Town Hall, on 21 May 2016. Includes an introduction by Noah Bonn. Special thanks to the Harvey Allison family for making this event possible.
Presidential candidates promise everything from living wages to free health care and college. Proposals about how to run whole segments of the economy are made with a straight face. The most tired and hackneyed ideas about income equality, corporate greed, creating jobs, and paying one's fair share of taxes are trotted out. And millions of voters apparently believe it all, falling for the same promises of free stuff and prosperity from Washington.
How do political candidates get away with this nonsense, year after year and election after election? More importantly, what can we do as individuals to fight the entrenched economic illiteracy that keeps politicians in business?
Donald Trump’s assurances, Hillary Clinton antipathy unify Republicans
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — His new list of potential Supreme Court picks soothed conservatives’ fears, and his embrace by the National Rifle Association guaranteed him the backing of the most committed activists on the right, as likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continued to build unity within the party.
In both cases, the support is as much about antipathy toward Mr. Trump’s likely opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as it is about liking the billionaire businessman.
But the effect is the same: an increasingly unified Republican Party and a candidate who is saying the right things to keep them in his camp.
Mr. Trump tried to make it an easy choice for the NRA rank and file as he addressed the gun group’s annual convention in Louisville on Friday, talking up his sons’ enthusiasm for firearms, railing against gun-free zones and saying that electing Mrs. Clinton would mean kissing the Second Amendment goodbye.
“The only way to save our Second Amendment is to vote for a person that you all know named Donald Trump,” he said at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. “I will never let you down. I will protect our Second Amendment. I will protect our country.”
Chris Cox, who heads the NRA’s lobbying arm, openly acknowledged that Mr. Trump might not have been the first choice for everyone but told attendees that if their preferred candidate dropped out of the race, “it’s time to get over it.”
“Now, were there differences between the candidates for the nomination? Of course,” Mr. Cox said at the forum. “Are there valid arguments in favor of some over others? Sure.
“Will any of it matter if Hillary Clinton wins in November? Not one bit,” he added. During his speech Mr. Trump also highlighted his list of 11 potential Supreme Court picks — a list that won him praise from conservative activists and pro-life advocates last week.
Pro-life groups, in particular, responded with enthusiasm to the list, and, combined with the NRA, they make up the backbone of the volunteers the Republican Party relies on to knock on doors and rally neighbors at election time.
“The right is starting to coalesce,” said Republican Party strategist Michael McKenna. “Questions about is he sufficiently conservative have been banished.”
Charlie Curie, 63, a veterinarian from Ohio, said he thinks the NRA’s endorsement will spur on gun rights enthusiasts to knock on doors or get active in the campaign in some other way.
“Honestly, in my opinion, I would pick anybody other than a Democrat,” said Mr. Curie. “And not just for Second Amendment issues — on all of the conservative issues.”
Carrie Christman from near Buffalo, New York, was hopeful the endorsement would mobilize folks. She was helping sell T-shirts with a picture of a giant bird and what appeared to be lightning bolts coming out of its talons, with the words “Trump: Shocking the establishment” on the front and “Trump 2016” and a presidential seal on the back.
“I hope it does energize the NRA members to get involved and become active — actively pursue your neighbors to actually get them out to vote,” she said.
But Tony Matuszak, who was hawking the shirts along with Ms. Christman, was skeptical. “It’s tough to get people to freakin’ do work, man, OK?” he said. “It’s really tough to get walking boots.”
John Thayer, 62, who works in accounting in Florida, pointed out that the NRA typically saves its endorsement for after the party officially selects its nominee, and said he did think it would spur people on to do more during the campaign than simply pull a lever on Election Day.
“I was for Trump from the beginning, but a lot of the NRA people and other pro-gun people were for [Sen.] Ted Cruz,” said Mr. Thayer, who was wearing a red “Make America Great Again” Trump hat and a pin with a likeness of Mr. Trump on it.
“Now it’s just a choice, really, between Trump and Hillary, so I mean to me it’s pretty clear that if you’re a conservative, you’re going to vote for Trump,” he said.
Mr. Trump’s conservative critics have said his positions can change almost daily depending on what audience he’s speaking to or what mood he’s in. For example, in his 2000 book “The America We Deserve,” Mr. Trump wrote that he generally opposes gun control, but that he supported a ban on so-called assault weapons and a slightly longer waiting period to get a gun.
Mr. Thayer, though, said the inflexibility of other onetime candidates such as Mr. Cruz and Sen. Rand Paul is a turnoff.
“Cruz and Paul — you know, they act like they’re in a college debating club. They stake out an absolute position and then say ‘it’s this or nothing,’” he said. “And Donald Trump — he’s negotiated all his life in business. I think it’s better to get half of what you want than nothing.”
Larry Seitz, 63, a retired maintenance executive from outside Chicago, said the stakes are extremely high for the fall, and appeared concerned that many people still wouldn’t tune in to get properly educated.
“Most people don’t pay attention until eight to 10 weeks in front of the election. You know, and then they start reading the news but they haven’t paid attention to what’s going on,” he said.
Mr. Seitz said his mind’s pretty much made up as to who he’s voting for and said most of his friends are in a similar boat.
“But once they step behind that curtain, they may say one thing and do another, you know?” he said.