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Socialism On The Run

On November 3, I could only sing: “Election 2015, oh what a night!” Those were my first words after learning that Matt Bevin won the governor’s race in Kentucky. The forces of faith and family pushed past the transgender bathroom bill in Houston, Texas otherwise known as San Francisco along the Rio Grande. Churches are waking up, and conservatives are rallying to take back their local communities, and their countries. It has been quite a year for conservatives, and not just in America. Throughout the world, men and women who have labored under Big Government liberalism and its socialist tendencies have had enough, and are pushing right.

Let’s consider the welcome upset in Israel, first. Perhaps “upset” is not the correct word, since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pro-Israel and pro-national security retained power in the Jewish State. Yet the political odds against him were stacked higher than a modern day Tower of Babel. Reports from within Jerusalem and the United States indicated that Barack Obama’s Organizing For Action was trying to fix the election for their left-wing contemporary. All of Obama’s money and progressive ground-game machinery failed, and “Bibi-sitter” Netanyahu is standing proud representing a nation which the UN and attending Islamic forces want to see wiped off the face of the earth.

Great Britain greeted worldwide conservatives with another unprecedented surprise, too.

May 2015, and I wanted a UKIP sweep like nothing else. Imagine a strong pro-British, vocally Euroskeptic political party taking back the United Kingdom, then taking the country out of the failing Europroject. Instead, and despite the negative polling detailing their demise, the conservatives under Cameron’s tottering grip swept into power, now with a stable majority without coalition building. To their credit, Cameron’s Tories have cut spending more than any modern government, and they are still cutting. Welfare recipients had to sit for an interview to determine their eligibility for government subsidy. At least Cameron calls the global terrorist threats upon us “Islamic.”

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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