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What Does the Bible Say about Pride?

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I doubt that many Americans — even the masses sunk in vaccine smuggery and obsessive Trump-o-phobia — believe that America’s Ukraine project is working out for us. Of course, to even begin thinking about this debacle, you must at least … Continue reading

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Breaking News…Four Star General predicts War with China by 2025.”,”type”:”video”,”providerNameSlug”:”youtube”,”responsive”:true,”className”:”wp-embed-aspect-16-9
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More Thoughts from the Counselor

I had thought that I would not write any more articles concerning my visit in the hospital as outlined in Men of God. As usual, what I what is not important. The following exchange from the Counselor concerned the church. … Continue reading

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Hospitals Value Death Over Life

I will defer to Elon Musk’s answer (I thought it was $18,000) of $48,000 for the value of a human life in the eyes of medical hospitals. Since the majority of the dead were elderly, the government received an additional … Continue reading

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Drone attack on Iranian weapons factory was phenomenal success

Despite Iranian claims, the drone attack on Iran at Isfahan was a tremendous success, according to a mix of Western intelligence sources and foreign sources, The Jerusalem Post has learned. There were four explosions at the site, which can even be witnessed on social … Continue reading

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Breaking News… Egg farm on fire…One large coop destroyed…Damage continues to our food supply”,”type”:”video”,”providerNameSlug”:”youtube”,”responsive”:true,”className”:”wp-embed-aspect-16-9
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The Example of William Wilberforce as a Way Forward

After the mid-term elections and what is being dubbed the “red trickle”, many conservatives are experiencing the frustration expected. Inflation is at the highest levels in a half century, and we are in a recession with no seeming end. The … Continue reading

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#DirectedEvolution TAKES THE WORLD BY STORM!!”,”type”:”video”,”providerNameSlug”:”youtube”,”responsive”:true,”className”:”wp-embed-aspect-16-9

So what will it take? We know that COVID-19 was released from the laboratory in Wuhan that was partially funded by the United States. We know that the governments around the world used this pandemic to control the people, inoculate … Continue reading

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Boots on the Ground…Jan 27th…City or country… Crime will find you so be proactive not reactive″,”type”:”video”,”providerNameSlug”:”youtube”,”responsive”:true,”className”:”wp-embed-aspect-16-9

Starting at minute 14:35, a report concerning the Andrews, NC airport.

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Ignore the White Noise

The United States has been going bankrupt gradually since the Johnson administration. There is no need to discuss this further: people either know how much the country is in debt or they are unwilling to hear the truth. The Hemingway … Continue reading

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A Dollar Collapse Is Now In Motion – Saudi Arabia Signals The End Of Petro Status

By Brandon Smith The decline of a currency’s world reserve status is often a long process rife with denials. There are numerous economic “experts” out there that have been dismissing any and all warnings of dollar collapse for years. They … Continue reading

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Kremlin Reacts To Doomsday Clock Moving Closer To Midnight

The Kremlin has weighed in on The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moving the Doomsday Clock closer to midnight. … The Russian government on Wednesday called it “really alarming” – with Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirming that de-escalation does not at all seem … Continue reading

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