The Watchmen on the Wall 2011 Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing was held today in Rapid City, South Dakota. Watchmen on the Wall holds a national briefing every year in May, but very few across the country; Rapid City was fortunate to be chosen to host this year’s event for the Northern Plains area.
In case you missed it (which you probably did, since politically incorrect things like this aren’t big in “mainstream” media circles), here are a few images from London on the tenth anniversary of the 911 terrorist attacks. While we’re at it, let’s look at a clip from last night’s Tea Party GOP debate and become clear on why there is no way in Hades I would countenance Ron Paul as the Commander in Chief of our great nation.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry made waves during a recent Republican presidential debate when he referred to Social Security as a “Ponzi scheme.” In defending itself against Perry’s criticism, the Social Security Administration (SSA) released a statement acknowledging that the program “is and always has been either a ‘pay-as-you-go’ system or one that was partially advance-funded.” Translation? Yes, it’s a Ponzi scheme.
As if we needed any more reasons to oppose the proposed Ground Zero victory mosque—and mosque building in America, in general—well we have one anyway. I was contacted by a member of the Traditional Values Coalition after my “Hijacking the Memory of 9-11” radio blog aired and was published last Thursday. She sent me a column by Andrea Lafferty who reported on a speech given by Feisal Rauf, who is heading up the proposed Ground Zero victory mosque. Rauf has again given us more proof that he is not here inAmerica to play well with others.