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TAMING THE TONGUE: It is beautiful (and scary!) to see in action just how much power words can have. – I was in an on-line chat where a young woman was sharing her confused feelings about her son.

He had been conceived while she was living with her then-boyfriend. They had become Christians and married, but she said she was having a hard time confessing her long-time sin of premarital sex, became it had given her their beautiful son.

I wrote, “You don’t have your son because of your sin. You have him in spite of your sin.”

She was just SO relieved and uplifted to understand this thing that merely took substituting “in spite of” for “because.”

The scary part, of course, is that if we can do so much good with a few words, imagine how much damage we do when we speak thoughtlessly or out of malice.

BREAKING IN: This is a great story … but who knew there are still places where prisoners working on road crews actually wear black and white stripes! LOL

Trump escape capitalism

TRUMP ECONOMY: Growing the middle class – Ignore what Lefties tell you about how Trump and the GOP tax cuts have “only benefited the rich.” It’s not true.

Since 2016, more than 1.2 million American households have moved UP into the middle class – i.e., annual income rose to above $50,000.

bin Laden

TERROR: President Trump has confirmed that Hamza bin Laden, the son of former Al Qaeda leader and 9/11 mastermind Usama bin Laden, has been killed in a counter terrorism operation.


KAVANAUGH: Andrew Klavan has this to say about the latest round of lies aimed at Justice Brett – “The New York Times, a former newspaper, has set off a bombshell with a new report of completely unsubstantiated rumors of yet another absurd sexual allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The report of the factually empty gossip was such a bombshell that it blew several Times reporters out of the newsroom and into a vast darkness of journalistic malfeasance where they floated desolate in a soul-destroying moral vacuum along with most of the Times’ editorial staff. … The woman in question says she has no memory of the incident.

The New York Times was forced to issue a significant correction Sunday to its “bombshell” report on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after being called out by other journalists for excluding exculpatory evidence from their initial report.

President Trump called them “horrible people” and encouraged Justice Kavanaugh to sue.

abortion klopfer

ABORTION: Former Indiana abortion Dr. Ulrich “George” Klopfer died Sept. 3. Nine days later, his family called authorities to report they had found 2,245 ‘medically preserved fetal remains’ on the doctor’s property.

Until 2015, Klopfer reportedly performed abortions at the Women’s Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana, where Democrat nomi-wannabe is mayor. After he failed to report an abortion preformed on a 13-year-old child, his medical license was suspended.


HEALTH: Great news from a leading researcher into childhood leukemia – He believes he knows what causes it and that means prevention is around the corner. Click to read more.


HEALTH: According to this article, sugar is an effective wound treatment – When applied to a wound, granulated sugar soaks up moisture, ensuring that bacteria can’t thrive in the wound. This allows the injury to heal faster. Click for more details.

miracle ocotlan

MIRACLE of OCOTLAN: On Sunday, Oct. 3, 1847, more than 2,000 people in Ocotlán, Mexico saw a perfect image of Jesus Christ crucified that appeared in the sky for more than 30 minutes. The miracle was approved for devotion and veneration in 1911.

We must acknowledge as an historical fact, perfectly proven, the apparition of the blessed image of Jesus Christ Crucified… and that it could not have been the work of an hallucination or fraud, since it happened in broad daylight, in the sight of more than 2,000 people.

pros cons

CATHOLICS: Can we still support the death penalty? – Pope Francis says no. This author explains why “Catholics are not obligated to agree.


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