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The Face of a Muslim Terrorist in New York

From the Facebook page of the Muslim who attacked two NYC police officers:

Zale Thompson

This is Zale Thompson’s Facebook photo. Along with:

Zale Thompson's photo.

It is too late to “friend” him and see what other content he had posted. But remember the words of your pResident: Islam is a religion of peace.

David DeGerolamo


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Why I Will Not Submit To Medical Martial Law

One of the most dangerous philosophical contentions even amongst liberty movement activists is the conundrum of government force and prevention during times of imminent pandemic. All of us at one time or another have had this debate. If a legitimate viral threat existed and threatened to infect and kill millions of Americans, is it then acceptable for the government to step in, remove civil liberties, enforce quarantines, and stop people from spreading the disease? After all, during a viral event, the decisions of each individual can truly have a positive or negative effect on the rest of society, right? One out of control (or “lone wolf”) citizen/terrorist could reignite a biological firestorm, so, should we not turn to government and forgo certain freedoms in order to achieve the greater good for the greater number?

If the government in question was a proven and honorable institution, then I would say pro-Medical Martial Law arguments might have a leg to stand on. However, this is not the case. In my view, medical martial law is absolutely unacceptable under ANY circumstances, including Ebola, in light of the fact that our current government will be the predominant cause of viral outbreak. That is to say, you DO NOT turn to the government for help when the government is the cause of the problem.

The recent rise of global Ebola is slowly bringing the issue of medical martial law to the forefront of our culture. Charles Krauthammer at The Washington Post recently argued in favor of possible restrictions on individual and Constitutional liberties in the face of a viral pandemic threat.

The CDC now argues that in the case of people who may be potential carriers, or even in the case of people who refuse to undergo screenings, it has the legal authority to dissolve all constitutional protections and essentially imprison (quarantine) an American citizen for as long as they see fit to do so.


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Ebola in New York: When Can We Let Our Guard Down?

Dr. Craig Spencer

The consequences of a doctor in New York City who has Ebola will be known over time. The country let its guard down as the November 7th date for an Ebola free country drew closer. We cannot live in fear but we have to live in reality. The stark reality is that we cannot let our guard down. Even for a second.

The reality is that our government is not capable of making simple decisions to safeguard us. It does not matter why. It only matters that we accept this truth and prepare accordingly. Normalcy bias will only get you paper profits on the stock market and worthless political promises. It will not keep you free and it will not keep you safe. The stakes have never been higher. And we know what we must do when vain and arrogant men hold the highest offices in the land.

David DeGerolamo


New York City Doctor Confirmed Positive For Ebola, Girlfriend In Quarantine



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Ebola crisis: Mali confirms first infection case

Health worker in Mali. Photo: 9 October 2014

The Mali government has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the country.

It said a two-year-old girl had tested positive for the haemorrhagic virus. She recently returned from the neighbouring Guinea.

More than 4,800 people have died of Ebola – mainly in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone – since March.

Meanwhile, an international team of scientists has been set up to determine the effectiveness of using the blood of Ebola survivors as a treatment.


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Andrew Klavan: Just Say No To Emma Watson and Feminism

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Obama Claims Executive Privilege Over 15,000 Fast and Furious Docs

Eric Holder / AP

The Obama administration is claiming executive privilege over more than 15,000 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious, including correspondence between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife, according to records received Wednesday night by the watchdog group Judicial Watch.

Last month, a federal judge ordered the Justice Department to release to Judicial Watch the list of documents, known as a “Vaughn index,” that it is withholding from the public, calling its requests for further delays “unconvincing.”

The 1,307-page Vaughn index lists 15,662 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious that the Obama administration is asserting executive privilege over—the first time that full list and description of the records has been released.

According to Judicial Watch, the withheld documents include communications between top officials at the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), as well as with the United States Ambassador to Mexico.

The Obama administration is also asserting executive privilege over nearly 20 emails between Holder and his wife Sharon Malone.

“Obama’s executive privilege claims over these records are a fraud and an abuse of his office,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement.  “There is no precedent for President Obama’s Nixonian assertion of executive privilege over these ordinary government agency records. Americans will be astonished that Obama asserted executive privilege over Eric Holder’s emails to his wife about Fast and Furious.”


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Possible Ebola Patient Taken to New York City Hospital

PHOTO: Members of Bellevue Hospital staff wear protective clothing as they demonstrate how they would receive a suspected Ebola patient on Oct. 8, 2014 in New York City.

A health care worker who recently traveled from West Africa has been placed in isolation at a New York City Hospital with Ebola-like symptoms, officials said today.

The patient was working for Doctors Without Borders, according to the organization, which declined to name the individual but said he or she had a fever this morning.

The patient returned to the United States within the last 21 days and had a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms when he was transferred to Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, according to a statement from the hospital.


New York’s First Ebola Case? Doctor Treating Ebola Patients In Guinea Rushed To Bellevue Hosptial

Just when you thought it was safe to assume that Ebola-in-America was fixed (one day into Ron Klain’s tenure as Ebola Czar), NYPost reports some rather disquieting news. A New York City doctor – who returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea 10 days ago – has been rushed under police escort to Bellevue Hospital… He is being tested for Ebola. Market liquidity has dried up instantly!


Update #2:


Full Statement on Patient at Bellevue Hospital



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B-52s Buzz Over Europe, and Swedes Hunt for Russian Sub

Swedish corvette HMS Stockholm patrols Jungfrufjarden in the Stockholm archipelago / AP

Large-scale NATO war games underway in Europe this week include the deployment of B-52 nuclear-capable bombers, as non-NATO member Sweden hunts for a Russian mini-submarine in its territorial waters.

U.S. Strategic Command said an unspecified number of bombers would conduct two long-range flights simulating conventional attacks as part of the NATO war games involving more than 20 warships and several submarines and aircraft in the Mediterannean. The games are called Noble Justification.

Navy Adm. Cecil D. Haney, commander of U.S. Strategic Command, said in a statement that the B-52 flights demonstrate a “flexible and always-ready force to respond to a variety of threats and situations.”


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Kay Hagan: ‘Obama Has A Lot On His Plate’ Like The BP Oil Spill

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Some U.S. hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patients

Barbara Smith, a registered nurse with Mount Sinai Medical Health Systems, St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals in New York, demonstrates putting on personal protective equipment (PPE) during an Ebola educational session for healthcare workers at the Jacob Javits Convention center in New York, October 21, 2014.  REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Ebola crisis is forcing the American healthcare system to consider the previously unthinkable: withholding some medical interventions because they are too dangerous to doctors and nurses and unlikely to help a patient.

U.S. hospitals have over the years come under criticism for undertaking measures that prolong dying rather than improve patients’ quality of life.

But the care of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States, who received dialysis and intubation and infected two nurses caring for him, is spurring hospitals and medical associations to develop the first guidelines for what can reasonably be done and what should be withheld.

Officials from at least three hospital systems interviewed by Reuters said they were considering whether to withhold individual procedures or leave it up to individual doctors to determine whether an intervention would be performed.


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Low Inflation? The Price Of Ground Beef Has Risen 17 Percent Over The Past Year

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Thanks to the Federal Reserve, the middle class is slowly being suffocated by rising food prices.  Every single dollar in your wallet is constantly becoming less valuable because of the inflation the Fed systematically creates.  And if you try to build wealth by saving money and earning interest on it, you still lose because thanks to the Federal Reserve’s near zero interest rate policies banks pay next to nothing on savings accounts.  The Federal Reserve wants you to either spend your money or to put it in the giant casino that we call the stock market.  But when Americans spend their paychecks they are finding that they don’t stretch as far as they once did.  The cost of living continues to rise at a much faster pace than wages are rising, and this is especially true when it comes to the price of food.

Someone that I know wrote to me today and let me know that she had to shut down the food pantry that she had been running for the poor for so many years.  It isn’t that she didn’t want to help the poor anymore.  It was that she just couldn’t deal with the rising food prices any longer.  Now she is just doing the best that she can to survive herself.


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Obama Meltdown: Will Popularity Slump Impact Election, Policy, Sanity?

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Ten wounded in blast outside Cairo University

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It Will Take 398 Million Years To Pay Off The US Government’s Debt


by Simon Black

The US government’s debt is getting close to reaching another round number—$18 trillion. It currently stands at more than $17.9 trillion.

But what does that really mean? It’s such an abstract number that it’s hard to imagine it. Can you genuinely understand it beyond just being a ridiculously large number?

Now, rather than saying that the national debt is reaching $18 trillion, which means nothing to most people, you could say that the debt would currently take almost 400 million work-years to pay off. Wow.

When accounting for unfunded liabilities, the work-years necessary to pay off the debt amount to astonishing 2.38 BILLION work-years…

And the years of slavery required are only growing.


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Canadian officials identify [Muslim] shooter in brazen attack on Parliament complex

Canadian authorities late Wednesday identified the shooter in a brazen attack on the Parliament complex in Ottawa that left a soldier dead as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, Fox News has confirmed.

The shooting, which left the nation’s capital on lockdown, came just two days after a terror attack in Quebec.

A government official told Fox that investigators believe Zehaf-Bibeau, who was killed at the scene, had changed his name from Joseph Michael Hall. U.S. agencies also have been advised he was believed to be a convert to Islam and was from Quebec.



But remember, Islam is a religion of peace according to the pResident:

David DeGerolamo

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Three special immigration events – a protest, seminar, and movie

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens,

Below are three immigration events to attend to show your support for real immigration enforcement and reform, and to learn more about the consequences of mass and illegal immigration (in order by date).  I plan to attend all three.

October 24 and 25:  Protests are planned against the large amnesty which President Obama says he will initiate after the November election.  See below link for details.

October 28:  Roy Beck of NumbersUSA is speaking in Chapel Hill at the Extraordinary Event Center on Elliott Road.  See below link for details.

November 2:  The new movie Border States of America shows in graphic detail the illegal immigration, crime, mayhem, and drug trafficking at our southern border, and the consequences of illegal immigration around our nation. This event is free and begins at 7 pm on Nov 2 at the Village Hall at 395 Magnolia Road in Pinehurst, NC 28374.  For this particular event, let me know if you plan to attend.

Send this email to your friends and associates.


Ron Woodard



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“haven’t won a damn dime” … says it all


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Appearing Confused, It Takes Obama 6 Minutes At Voting Machine To Cast Ballot

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Holder Slams Panetta for Obama Criticism: ‘Not Something I Would Even Consider Doing’

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Top Dem Super PAC Gets Big Boost from Soros, Spielberg, Democracy Alliance

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The Democratic Party’s top super PAC disclosed more than $9.2 million in September contributions on Monday, listing a who’s who of wealthy liberal donors, many associated with the secretive Democracy Alliance donor network.

New York City businessman Ian Cumming—who “was awarded the largest bonus for any CEO of a publicly traded company in New York” in 2012, according to Crain’s—and a company called HFNWA LLC donated $1 million each.

It is not entirely clear what that company does, but it appears to be affiliated with Franklin Haney, a Democratic mega-donor who was accused of campaign finance violations in the 1990s.

DreamWorks CEO and 3D advocate Jeffrey Katzenberg and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull director Steven Spielberg each gave $250,000 to the Super PAC last month.

Big-name Democratic donors also chipped in: billionaire financier George Soros and real estate mogul Herb Sandler, who pioneered an investment model dubbed the “the Typhoid Mary of the mortgage industry,” gave $500,000 each.


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19 Very Surprising Facts About The Messed Up State Of The U.S. Economy

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by Michael Snyder

Barack Obama and the Federal Reserve are lying to you.  The “economic recovery” that we all keep hearing about is mostly just a mirage.  The percentage of Americans that are employed has barely budged since the depths of the last recession, the labor force participation rate is at a 36 year low, the overall rate of homeownership is the lowest that it has been in nearly 20 years and approximately 49 percent of all Americans are financially dependent on the government at this point.  In a recent article, I shared 12 charts that clearly demonstrate the permanent damage that has been done to our economy over the last decade.  The response to that article was very strong.  Many people were quite upset to learn that they were not being told the truth by our politicians and by the mainstream media.  Sadly, the vast majority of Americans still have absolutely no idea what is being done to our economy.  For those out there that still believe that we are doing “just fine”, here are 19 more facts about the messed up state of the U.S. economy…

#1 After accounting for inflation, median household income in the United States is 8 percent lower than it was when the last recession started in 2007.

#2 The number of part-time workers in America has increased by 54 percent since the last recession began in December 2007.  Meanwhile, the number of full-time jobs has dropped by more than a million over that same time period.

#3 More than 7 million Americans that are currently working part-time jobs would actually like to have full-time jobs.

#4 The jobs gained during this “recovery” pay an average of 23 percent less than the jobs that were lost during the last recession.

#5 The number of unemployed workers that have completely given up looking for work is twice as high now as it was when the last recession began in December 2007.


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Michael Osterholm of CIDRAP discusses Ebola


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Nigeria declared Ebola-free, holds lessons for others

A school official takes a pupil's temperature using an infrared digital laser thermometer in front of the school premises, at the resumption of private schools, in Lagos in this September 22, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye/Files

Nigeria was declared free of the deadly Ebola virus on Monday after a determined doctor and thousands of officials and volunteers helped end an outbreak still ravaging other parts of West Africa and threatening the United States and Spain.

Caught unawares when a diplomat arrived with the disease from Liberia, authorities were alerted by Doctor Ameyo Adadevoh, who kept him in her hospital despite protests from him and his government, and later herself died from the disease.

They then set about trying to contain it in an overcrowded city of 21 million where it could easily have turned a doomsday scenario if about 300 people who had been in direct or indirect contact with him not been traced and isolated.


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Tillis-Hagan showdown could be nation’s most expensive Senate race ever

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From the Koch brothers and Art Pope to George Soros and Michael Bloomberg, wealthy donors are making North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race one of America’s first $100 million contests.

Outside groups continue to flood the state with ads and accusations, forcing Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis to keep scrambling for dollars in the campaign’s final two weeks.

Money spent or committed in the race is poised to top $103 million, according to public records and interviews with donors. Three-quarters of it comes from party and interest groups. More than $22 million is “dark money” from groups that don’t disclose their donors.

“It’s a stunning number, and it tells you two things,” says Larry Sabato, a University of Virginia political scientist. “That campaign finance is completely out of anybody’s control and North Carolina is a premier swing state.”

The flood of money paid for nearly 80,000 TV ads through Oct. 13, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of CMAG/Kantar Media tracking data. At one point this month, that translated to three Senate ads every five minutes.

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Ebola Advice: Be on the Attack, Stay Black and Drink Some Thunderbird


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Thomas Eric Duncan’s fiancee set to complete Ebola quarantine on Monday

For nearly 20 days, Louise Troh has had to endure tremendous fear, grief and isolation.

When told of the death of her fiancee, Thomas Eric Duncan — the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States — she fell to the ground.

The man giving her the news couldn’t even console her with a hug.

But day 21 is Monday: The day the quarantine period is expected to come to an end for Troh, her son and two nephews. If the four do not develop symptoms by Monday, they will have managed to not contract Ebola despite being in close proximity to Duncan.


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His Lips Are Moving: Either Obama Is Lying or He Is Increasing Tyranny

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Medical Martial Law Has Begun


A soft form of medial martial law has begun in this country. The administration is aligning its forces, revocation of due process and civil liberties is strongly being hinted at and we will not have to wait much longer for nature to take its course.

President Obama refuses to close the borders to possible bioterrorism involving Ebola and possible terrorists crossing our southern border. Obama also refuses to close American airports to travelers from West Africa, despite the fact that over 30 nations have done exactly that. However, with regard to a newly announced Obama policy, the President certainly has no problem swat-teaming American citizens suspected of having the deadly virus.

According to the Associated Press, President Obama has announced that the CDC will respond in a “much more aggressive way” to cases of Ebola in the United States.  The President has ordered the CDC to institute “rapid response teams”.  When we combine this directive with what we are seeing in HHS and DHS documents regarding “isolation” camps, it is very difficult to not conclude that Americans suspected of Ebola and those with exposure to Ebola are soon going to swat-teamed by the CDC. More confirmation on this development comes from CNN as they are reporting that the U.S. military is forming a 30-person “quick strike team” equipped to provide direct treatment to Ebola patients inside the United States, a Defense Department official told CNN on Sunday. Has anyone considered the fact that America might not need a 30 “brown shirted” set of  response teams, if the President had closed the airports to West African travelers.


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Ron Klain as Ebola czar — Right person for the right job at the right time

by Lanny Davis

So does anyone doubt that if President Obama had appointed a medical expert to become the Ebola "czar" to manage the Ebola virus crisis, many Republicans would have criticized him for not appointing someone with experience in crisis management, media and political communications? Or if the president had appointed someone with those media/political skills, they would have criticized him for not appointing a medical expert?

Get the drift?



With a looming pandemic, the pResident is looking for politically expedient solutions instead of initiating measures to safeguard the people. Are you keeping track of people's actions in our highest offices for future trials?

David DeGerolamo

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No Sh••t.

Although this is just a cartoon, I want to point out two things:

1. This can be construed to be a threat on the pResident.

2. This will be the sentiment of many people if they lose a loved one to Ebola.

David DeGerolamo


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Obama makes rare campaign trail appearance, some leave early

U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he arrives for a campaign rally for Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown (R) at a High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland October 19,  2014.  REUTERS-Kevin Lamarque

President Barack Obama made a rare appearance on the campaign trail on Sunday with a rally to support the Democratic candidate for governor in Maryland, though the event was marred somewhat by early departures of crowd members and a yelling heckler.

With approval levels hovering around record lows, Obama has spent most of his campaign-related efforts this year raising money for struggling Democrats, who risk losing control of the U.S. Senate in the Nov. 4 midterm election.



So the pResident’s base is deserting him. With an ineffective Congress and a compromised Supreme Court, what is a God fearing patriot to do in these times that try men’s souls? Patience and trust in the Lord is a good strategy. As the child pResident has now been exposed on a much wider scale, I doubt we have to be patient much longer.

David DeGerolamo

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Ted Cruz: Suspend Travel Visas From Ebola-Stricken Nations

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North Carolina Magistrate Resigns Over Gay Marriage Mandate: It ‘Would Desecrate a Holy Institution Established By God’

Thom Watson, right, and Jeff Tabaco show the rings which they exchanged during their 2009 wedding ceremony at their home in Daly City, Calif., Monday, June 10, 2013. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule this month in a lawsuit that challenged the constitutionality of the gay marriage ban, known as Proposition 8. Credit: AP

A Christian magistrate in North Carolina has resigned his post, citing his faith-based opposition to gay marriage.

Kallam, who will leave his position effective October 31, also said that it wasn’t his understanding when he took the oath of office that he would be forced to marry gays and lesbians, as the Associated Press reported.

“When I took my oath of office, I understood I would be required to perform weddings and have done so throughout my tenure,” he wrote. “I did not, however, take that oath with any understanding that I would be required to marry same sex couples.”

He added, “I can no longer fulfill my oath of office in good faith.”


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Ebola Holiday Inn Commercial

h/t Matt Bracken

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Kurdish TV Parody of ISIS

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We Are All Under Control

h/t Stephen

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CDC deletes faulty Ebola guidelines poster; Paging Ebola czar!

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The CDC has removed its previously published guidelines for personal protection equipment (PPE) after criticism by medical personnel.


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North and South Korea exchange gunfire at border in latest clash

North and South Korea exchanged gunfire on Sunday when the North’s soldiers approached the military border and did not retreat after the South fired warning shots, the South Korean Defence Ministry said.

The North’s soldiers fired back in an exchange of gunfire that lasted about 10 minutes but the situation did not escalate, a ministry official said.

“There were no casualties or property damage,” the official said.

The incident was the latest in a series of confrontations in recent weeks between the rival Koreas, that remain technically at war, and follows an urgent meeting between senior military officials on Wednesday to discuss how to ease tensions.


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What Are the Desires of Your Heart?

Inspirational illustration of Psalm 37:4


Let me do the work that you would have me do.

Let me walk the path that you have made for me.

Keep evil away from and put your hand on my shoulder.

Let me do this in Your name and for Your Glory.


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The Obama Legacy: pResident Obola

Death & Taxes.


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