Daily Archives: December 15, 2015

MEDIA FAIL: Bias and Hypocrisy are NOT Journalism

If the media reported the NEWS, we would all know about these attacks.

2015_12 04-07 Muslim terror

The hypocrisy is blatant.



Filed under Islam, Media Bias, Terrorism

But, but, but … COAT HANGERS!

The pro-aborts like to parade bloody coat hangers to evoke the alleged slaughter of “25,000 women a year” by illegal “back alley” abortionists. It’s a load of donkey doo.

In 1972, illegal abortions killed 39 women nation-wide.

We can be confident of that number because

(a) abortion deaths were actually reported where it was illegal to perform them and

(b) pro-aborts did not object to this statistic when it was presented to Congress.

The simple fact is that women choosing abortion were SAFER back when abortion was a felony.

Illegal abortions - The only safe and rare choice

There’s no way of telling now how many women are maimed and killed by legal abortionists, because the system works to cover up their crimes.

Go here to read just a very tiny sampling of what happened to real women at supposedly “safe, legal” abortion clinics. I suggest you do not attempt to eat anything while reading. It’s not pretty.


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“Don’t get mad. Get even.”

It’s not what Jesus taught. His version would be, “Don’t get mad. Get praying.”

What he actually said was “pray for those who persecute you” (Matt 5:44), but close enough, right?

So I had this thought … you’ve heard of boycotts, where people refuse to shop somewhere, and buycotts, where people go out of their way to shop somewhere, right?

How about if we declare a Christian praycott?

When we are attacked, we will refuse to nurture anger or pursue revenge. Instead, we will go out of our way to pray that God will shine His light of Truth on the sins of our enemies and that He will call them to repentance and conversion before it’s too late.

JESUS I like where this is going

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The news is not good. It seems God has not finished testing our little boy and his family. I’m posting his Caring Bridge page and including the link. Your prayers are always appreciated. Tyler’s dad has him on his insurance and his treatments over the last year have run into the hundreds of thousands. The family will incur expenses for travel, meals, missed work, etc. And all this for a second Christmas in a row. I know money is tight, but if you have a couple dollars, I’m sure the family would put it to good use.

Tyler’s Story

Welcome to our CaringBridge site. We’ve created it to keep friends and family updated. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement during this time when it matters most.

Latest Journal Update

It has been quite some time since I have posted an update. Things got rough for a few weeks after Tyler finished radiation in June, but he completed treatment in August, had his port removed in October, & I honestly thought this journal would become a memory time capsule.

Unfortunately, life, & Cancer had other plans.

Tyler started experiencing pain in his left knee on Thanksgiving night. After a visit with his doctors on December 4th, & over a week of scheduled Ibuprofen & Hycet (codene & Tylenol), Tyler’s pain continued to worsen. Since he was already scheduled for his 3 month follow up scans, we decided to push them up to this past Thursday, & add on more tests, to try & find out what was happening.

After 3 straight days of scans, we now know what has been causing Tyler’s pain, & it’s not the news we wanted to hear. Tyler’s cancer is back, & is believed to have spread. He has a tumor in his back from the L-1 vertebrae, down through the end of the sacral vertebrae, & it has wrapped around his spine, encasing the nerves. The largest part is at the base of the sacral, below the spine. He also has a lesion on his T-3 vertebrae, & a spot on his brain, though they do not know if the spot on his brain is cancerous or just a blood vessel. The primary concern is the tumor in his back. He will have a port placed again tomorrow, & will begin chemo tomorrow as well. We are meeting with his radiologist on Tuesday, & he will start radiation as soon as possible. His treatment schedule will be outpatient, 5 day cycles, every 3 weeks, for a year. The biggest priority right now is to stop the tumor from growing any further. Besides the knee pain, he has not shown any neurological effects. In fact, neither his oncologist or neurosurgeons could explain why the pain presented in his knee. I believe that it was God’s intervention, as you can not see the tumor from the outside, & it could have been much worse had it been discovered any later.

To say that we are devastated would be a gross understatement. It has felt like a recurring bad dream, since it was exactly a year ago that he was first diagnosed. We are going to tell Tyler tomorrow morning, & he will likely be in the hospital through the week while we get a handle on everything. He is the strongest, bravest boy, who shouldn’t have to go through this. With God’s grace, & a lot of prayer, love, & support, I believe that he can beat this. It’s going to be a long road, but we are going to do everything we can to help Tyler beat cancer for the second time.

Thank you for all of your love & prayers, & please keep them coming.





Filed under Family & Friends