The Conversation Room

Have some ideas you’d like to get off your chest? Want to expand your online presence and engage with other bloggers on a topic?

I’ve found it increasingly plu diffupicult to find topi me to write for the conversation room and would love to feature some great op-eds if people are interested. We’ve already featured some amazing contributing writers from Kenya to Pakistan and are looking to add to the global team.

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One Thing have I desired of the LORD!!

Kristi Ann's Haven

( Psalms 27:4 KJV ) “One Thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I Seek after; that I may Dwell in the House of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the Beauty of the LORD, and to Enquire in His Temple.”!! 

1 Corinthians 6:19-20 KJV ) ” What? know ye not that your body is the Temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of GOD, and ye are not your own? For ye are Bought with a Price: therefore Glorify GOD in Your Body, and in your Spirit, which are GOD’S.”!!

( Psalms 33:12 KJV ) “Blessed is  the Nation whose GOD is  the LORD; and the people whom  He hath Chosen for His Own Inheritance.”!!

( Proverbs 3:5-6 KJV ) “Trust in the LORD ( ADONAI ) with all thine Heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways…

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#DOPL #Atrocities – The Battle Hymn of the Republic, What It Really Means

a “hymn” celebrating the killing of Southerners on Southern soil, written by someone involved in the most radical causes of her day, who supported the most extreme and violent response to the South, who wrote the song after being inspired by the murderous career of John Brown and her Northern vandal invaders of the South. Whenever “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” is played, five innocent men hacked to death by the “terrible swift sword” of John Brown should be remembered. It is also a dirge for the 620,000 Americans who died in the War for Southern Independence and which war transformed America into a despotic centralized state with practically unlimited powers

What meaning does the song have for the South today?

It is, in effect, a “stealth” heritage attack. It is conditioning Southerners to accept the Yankee myth of history that their ancestor’s were wrong, and their Northern “betters” were right and they should be glad 260,000 Southrons were slaughtered in the War for Southern Independence. The message of the song is, “Believe in Mrs. Howe’s almighty centralized government to tell you what is right and what is wrong.” Don’t listen to the founders of 1776 or 1861, is the message of this hymn. Yes, Mrs. Howe’s abolitionist hymn is still doing her work, quietly and covertly, of destroying Southern heritage by conditioning Southerners to accept her fanatically leftist cultural and religious philosophy.

How ironic that such a joyous traditional Southern song as “Dixie” is now all but banned throughout the South, while a vicious Anti-Southern war song such as “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” is sung in churches and patriotic ceremonies all over the Confederate states.

What meaning does it have for the Church?

Did Jesus Christ teach that God is a vengeance seeking, sword-wielding maniac that slaughters innocents and tramples people under His wrathful feet, as Mrs. Howe’s violent and bloody lyrics would have you believe? No, such lyrics don’t fit in with any Christian liturgy I’m familiar with. They do fit in the theology of radical egalitarianism which says everyone must be equal in all aspects of life, or the full force and power of the federal government will destroy you. It also fits in the philosophy of giving to the government god-like powers to declare a whole segments of humanity as non-persons, such as the unborn, who can then be legally slaughtered by the millions at the whim of the mother and abortionist.

If Americans truly care about individual liberty, limited, constitutional government, and the sacred right of self-government of the people in their states assembled, then all such false icons as “The Battle Hym

The High Cost of Education

The Kakistocracy

Thinking about the ongoing series of Trans-Atlantic diversity murders, one of the more sobering realizations is that there is no bridge too far. There is no injury, insult, or florid spray of intestines that would catalyze a broad public inflection point. The elasticity of tolerance appears infinite. The outrages, large and small, month by year, hospital by cemetery, leave no lasting impression. Victims and their lives are promptly buried by the media as if no more than a beetle’s dung. While Emmet Till still bathes in sympathy 62 years later. The fact is that there is no “minority” behavior capable of penetrating the modern gospel. There is no MOAB for the liberal mind.

Of course the most flamboyant muslim exercise was the legendary aviation mishaps of 9/11. This being an outrage so unforgivable that its demographic source was punished with ruthless migration increases. If Ahmed had only been astute enough…

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Body Slammed

Test Drive


I am a big fan of the test drive. Doesn’t matter what it is, I think you ought to give it a whirl before you commit.  This is especially true if your life or well being hangs in the balance.

If you buy gear, you should take it out and play with it, get to know it. You don’t want to be in the middle of an emergency and unpack some crucial gee-gaw only to find that it’s defective, or that you don’t understand the directions (you do read directions, don’t you?).

If you have a plan, you should do the same thing. You don’t want to be in dire straits and discover that your communication plan is crap, your rally/meeting point is inaccessible due to construction, and no one remembers what they’re supposed to be doing anyway.

In the words of a former sensei of mine: practice makes permanent…

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