The Color of the Wave to be Determined by Those Most Afraid, by Doug “Uncola” Lynn


Fear will be the predominant  emotion in next Tuesday’s voting. From Doug “Uncola” Lynn at

Regarding the upcoming election on Tuesday November 6, 2018, there can only be one of three possible outcomes:

1.) Blue Wave

2.) Red Wave

3.) No Wave

The third result would, of course, be manifested as dramatic wins and losses for both Republicans and Democrats with either party coming out slightly ahead overall.

But given the perceived high stakes of this particular election as a referendum on President Donald Trump, the winners will be determined by those voters who fear the most. Certainly, there is much anger in this election, and that’s what happens:  When people become scared, they get angry.

Trump supporters fear losing their nation to globalism, open boarders, offshoring, and politically correct fascism; which is just another name for Cultural Marxism.  Liberal Democrats on the other hand, don’t fear for…

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The Man For Our Age, by Robert Gore


Mohammad bin Salman has a bright future.

Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, known by his initials, MbS, stands as the quintessential figure of our age. He represents the ultimate, larger-than-life fulfillment of the stated aspirations of the world’s many power grabs disguised as political philosophies. That “respectable” potentates and media worthies are denouncing him now is not because he allegedly had Jamal Khashoggi murdered, but in allegedly doing so, had the bad taste to reveal the blood-soaked tactics of their power grabs.

MbS is a beacon for Democratic Socialists, Regular Socialists, and Marxists. The differences between these sects are mere labeling. At root, they all believe that reward should be separated from production, which entails forcibly separating production from those who produced it. MbS has produced nothing, yet the thirty-three-year-old has rewarded himself with a $500 million yacht, a $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting, and a château near Versailles…

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Catching Foxes


Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards. Song of Solomon 2:15

While talking on the phone with a friend who lives by the seaside, I expressed delight at hearing seagulls squawking. “Vile creatures,” she responded, for to her they’re a daily menace. As a Londoner, I feel the same way about foxes. I find them not cute animals but roaming creatures that leave smelly messes in their wake.

Foxes appear in the love poetry of the Song of Solomon, an Old Testament book that reveals the love between a husband and wife and, some commentators believe, between God and His people. The bride warns about little foxes, asking her bridegroom to catch them (2:15). For foxes, hungry for the vineyard’s grapes, could tear the tender plants apart. As the bride looks forward to their married life together, she doesn’t want vermin disturbing their covenant of love.


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VIDEO CHAOS – Isaiah 45:7



The Lord is God, and he created the heavens and earth and put everything in place. He made the world to be lived in, not to be a place of empty chaos. Isaiah 45:18, NLT

When flight attendants walked off their jobs in 1993, the movement became known as CHAOS: “Create Havoc Around Our System,” a phrase other unions have adopted. Sometimes that term applies to our lives as well. Life has so many moving parts and difficult problems we’re often overwhelmed with havoc. But God perfectly orders all things and knows how to bring stability and serenity to each day.

Ponder the angelic armies patrolling the unseen skies. According to the Bible, there are thousands upon thousands of angels, organized into vast hosts or armies, filling the heavens and earth, operating in both the seen and unseen realms.

The God of heavenly beings is able to bring organization…

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Isaiah 54:10 KJV and more Blessings!!

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( Isaiah 54:10 KJV ) “For the mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed; but MY Kindness shall not depart from thee, neither shall the Covenant of MY Peace be removed, Saith the LORD that hath Mercy on thee.”!!

Psalms 27:1 KJV ) “( A Psalm of David. ) The LORD is my Light and my Salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?”!! 

Isaiah 41:10 KJV ) “Fear thou not; for I AM with thee: be not dismayed; for I AM thy GOD: I Will Strengthen thee; yea, I Will Help thee; yea, I Will uphold thee with the Right Hand of My Righteousness.”!! 

( Isaiah 40:31 KJV ) “But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their Strength; They Shall Mount up with Wings as Eagles; they shall Run, and not be Weary; and they shall…

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Why Is Social Media So Toxic? by Charles Hugh Smith


Contrary to initial expectations, social media doesn’t bring us together, it tears us apart. From Charles Hugh Smith at

The desire to improve our social standing is natural. What’s unnatural is the toxicity of doing so through social media.
It seems self-evident that the divisiveness that characterizes this juncture of American history is manifesting profound social and economic disorders that have little to do with politics. In this context, social media isn’t the source of the fire, it’s more like the gasoline that’s being tossed on top of the dry timber.
My thinking on social media’s toxic nature has been heavily influenced by long conversations with my friend GFB, who persuaded me that my initial dismissal of Facebook’s influence was misplaced.
Our views of all media, traditional, alternative and social, is of course heavily influenced by our own participation / consumption of each type of media.Those who…

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