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This guy is lucky to still be alive.

What happens when a man opens fire in a pawn shop? Let’s just say he’s an idiot for not considering they would also have guns. It is a pawn shop, after all.

The armed employees opened fire right back with a fight that the man was not prepared for. So what did he do? Tucked tail and ran like a scared little puppy! reports

Gregory Franklin Westfall, 36, faces four felony counts in connection with Tuesday’s incident at Big Bucks Pawn, 113 College Park Road, according to affidavits.

“The defendant planned this action out with the intent of causing social change,” the affidavits said.

In all, Westfall was charged with two counts of attempted murder, and one count each of possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime and armed robbery, said Chief Deputy Mike Cochran, a Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office spokesman. His last known address was West Landmark Street in Boise, Idaho.

Westfall reportedly walked in and requested to see a specific gun, one that would fit the loaded clip he had hidden on himself. Upon receiving the gun, he loaded it and began shooting.

Concealed Nation reports:

At least one employee returned fire, and the police were called. When they arrived, they found Westfall nearby in the woods. He was taken into custody without any further incident, and was said to be wearing some sort of armor and he was making “several statements regarding 9/11 and that ‘the Russians’ were sending him messages.”

Westfall has been denied bail, as he should be. The guy obviously has some serious mental issues and should not be allowed back out in the public. He needs to be in a mental ward, not the streets.

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Liberals are Hell Bent on erasing and rewriting history.

Want to know how to ruin your run for governor of Georgia before you even really get started? Here’s an idea, just attack their historical monuments!

Georgia is the south. No big deal. It’s not like they care about their history anyway. Right? Right?

CBS reports:

Former Georgia House Minority Leader and candidate for governor of the state Stacey Abrams is calling for the Confederate carvings on Stone Mountain to be removed.

“In the wake of Charlottesville I think it’s incumbent upon us to take a stand and to speak very clearly and very honestly about the fact that symbols matter,” Abrams told CBS46 News.

Abrams tweeted that the carvings are a “blight on our state and should be removed.” She also tweeted that “Confederate monuments belong in museums where we can study and reflect on that terrible history, not in places of honor across our state.”

The Confederate Memorial Carving has images of Confederacy President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson and were not complete until a dedication ceremony on May 9, 1970. Finishing touches were completed in 1972.

She said that she wants them taken down because they were allegedly “paid for by the founders of the second wave of the Ku Klux Klan” and that they serve “no purpose other than celebration of racism, terror and division when carved.”

A petition attempting to get rid of the carving is gaining ground. CBS46 spoke with representatives of Stone Mountain Park. They say the state legislature must approve the removal.

Good luck, sweetheart! You’ll have much more of a problem here than they did in Charlottesville.

Here are her tweets:

The removal of the bas relief of Confederates from Stone Mountain has been a constant debate since the state bought the property in 1958. /1

The removal of the bas relief of Confederates from Stone Mountain has been a constant debate since the state bought the property in 1958. /1

Paid for by founders of the 2nd KKK, the monument had no purpose other than celebration of racism, terror & division when carved in 1915. /2

Paid for by founders of the 2nd KKK, the monument had no purpose other than celebration of racism, terror & division when carved in 1915. /2

We must never celebrate those who defended slavery and tried to destroy the Union. /3

We must never celebrate those who defended slavery and tried to destroy the Union. /3

Confederate monuments belong in museums where we can study and reflect on that terrible history, not in places of honor across our state. /4

Confederate monuments belong in museums where we can study and reflect on that terrible history, not in places of honor across our state. /4

The managers of Stone Mountain have taken steps to educate w a powerful audio tour to return the listener to the horrors of slavery. /5

The managers of Stone Mountain have taken steps to educate w a powerful audio tour to return the listener to the horrors of slavery. /5

But the visible image of Stone Mountain’s edifice remains a blight on our state and should be removed. /6

The managers of Stone Mountain have taken steps to educate w a powerful audio tour to return the listener to the horrors of slavery. /5

State leg led by the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus have pushed for action for decades. I supported action then & I renew calls now. /7


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The history of the DemocRats has been sanitized.

Some facts that Democrats want to bury are those related to their own party. I won’t even take the time to rehearse all the racist and evil comments and terroristic threats that have been leveled against Pres. Trump from the tolerant Left. There are too many and easily found on less-than-tolerant and diverse Google.

Leftists have their own version of the Jedi mind trick. “Forget our history. You will not remember the Democrat Party’s racist past.”

Do you remember when ex-KKK member and late Democrat Senator from West Virginia Robert C. Byrd (1917–2010) casually used the phrase “white nigger” twice on a FOX news show hosted by Tony Snow?

Byrd was only mildly rebuked for his indiscretion. Even prominent black leaders remained silent. No sensitivity training or calls for his resignation ever appeared. Byrd was not just a member of the KKK, he was a “Kleagle” — an official recruiter who signed up members for $10 a head. None of these “youthful indiscretions” kept him from positions of prominence in the Senate. Why? Because Byrd was a big-spending liberal.

Byrd claimed that he left the Klan in 1943, but a letter he had written to the Imperial Wizard three years later surfaced in which he stated: “The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia” and “in every state in the Union.” All the usual liberal suspects showed up to oppose the Republican nomination of Charles Pickering, but they were strangely silent when jaw-dropping words like “white nigger” were bandied about and former associations with the KKK are revealed as long as the guy’s a liberal Democrat. If a Republican had said anything near as offensive, he would have been put out to pasture with Jimmy the Greek before the sun set that day.1

At Byrd’s funeral, former President Bill Clinton said the following in defense of the senator’s past as a KKK Kleagle:

“He was a country boy from the hills and hollows of West Virginia. He was trying to get elected.”

Byrd used his Klan affiliation to get for votes to grow the Democrat Party! In attempting to “humanize” the former Klansman, Clinton said that Byrd’s KKK past “makes him more interesting.”

Clinton went on to say that Byrd spent the rest of his life doing good things, and it was these good things that erased Byrd’s past KKK affiliation. But this only true if you’re a Democrat. For a Republican, no amount of contrition or time can erase a past indiscretion.

You can’t drive through West Virginia without seeing places named after Robert Byrd. “More than 50 buildings built with funds from US taxpayers directed to West Virginia are named for either Byrd or his wife, Erma Ora Byrd.” Here’s a list. Time to expunge the name of the former Klansman from every edifice.

Let’s consider Democrat President Woodrow Wilson. The film The Birth of a Nationchronicles the fall of the South as a result of the Civil War (1861–1865) and the reinstitution of white political power over the interracial state governments that were put in place during the era of Reconstruction.

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The moral of this story is do not piss with church members in Alabama.

A man went to church, but not for the reason that most people go. However, he did end up meeting his maker face to face.

An Alabama man was shot and killed by a church goer after he attempted to rob a Baptist church.

Concealed Nation reports:

Dothan First reports that 26-year-old Steffon Tolver looked to score some easy money by robbing people on church grounds.

LT. Brian Smith said, “He completed one robbery in which he received roughly $50 dollars and proceeded to try to rob someone else and the second person had a handgun and shot the suspect while he was in his office.”

He continued, “They were getting ready to go on a youth trip and they were working late to get ready for the trip in the morning.”

It was 10:30 p.m. on a Sunday. Workers were there prepping for the next week.

Some were confused as to why a church member had a gun on church grounds. However, Smith backs them.

“In a church or not wherever you are you have the chance to defend yourself in your home, you have certain additional rights,” he said.

Religious buildings have targets on their backs — regardless of faith. There is someone, somewhere, who does not want that faith to exist. So carry. You will be glad that you did.

Many people think that because someone is a Christian and goes to church that they do not carry a gun. I am here to tell you that isn’t true. As you can tell by this story, we aren’t afraid to shoot either.




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My family and I will not accept these microchips.

Revelation 13:15-18 New International Version (NIV)

15 The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. 16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

18 This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man.[a] That number is 666.

A microchip story is going around that has been latched onto by prophecy speculators as proof that we are living in the last days. They are basing their argument on a faulty reading of Revelation 13. In 1974, the first bar code, officially known as the Universal Product Code (UPC), was used at the Marsh supermarket in Troy, Ohio on June 26, 1974. Bar codes are now ubiquitous.

Books and articles have been written on how the UPC emblem is a precursor to the mark of the beast because three sixes are said to be embedded in every bar-code image. The claim is that the three longer vertical double bars (Left, Center, Right) are sixes. Actually, they are start-and-stop bars for the electronic reading of the numbers.

It’s good to keep in mind that the number of the beast is 600, 60, and 6, not 6-6-6. Why would a government need either a bar code or a microchip to mark people with the number 666? Let me state the obvious, you don’t need the Bible to tell you that the government tattooing, branding, or microchipping people is bad. As I explain below, Revelation 13 and the mark of the beast are not about modern-day technology, bar codes, or microchips. Following the embellished technological interpretation obscures the passage’s theological meaning.

Three Square Market of River Falls, Wisconsin, is asking employees to have a tiny microchip injected under the skin between their thumb and index finger that will allow them to “open doors, log in to computers and pay for snacks, among other things.” “More than half of Three Square Market’s 85 employees in River Falls have agreed to go the implant route… Workers who would rather not have their employer plant a tiny computer in their bodies will instead be issued a wristband or ring containing the technology.” (Journal Sentinel)

Is this what Revelation 13 is describing? No. Even so, it’s a dumb idea to take part in the program. A person could be drugged and have the chip dug out of his/her hand or, if the thief is in a hurry, just chop off the hand and dig it out later. It also gets people used to the idea of being tracked. One day, the government could offer the same voluntary “soft offer” with similar assurances that it’s not a tracking device and it will never be used against them personally. Where have we heard that before?

Many of you may not remember the original Social Security cards. Social Security cards used to include the following: “For Social Security and Tax Purposes ­­­— Not for Identification.”

Governments lie. You never hear a government official say, “We’re here to hurtyou.” No, it’s always, “We’re here to help you.” The hurt comes later.

In J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, the power of the ring is not something to be desired and possessed even by supposed good people. The goal is to destroy it. When Boromir fails to avoid the ring’s power, he dies. Even Gandalf and the elves shun the power of the ring. Tolkien is doubtful that any person is able to resist the temptation of absolute power promised by the ring, even if that power is used for good.

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James 5:16 New Living Translation (NLT)

16 Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.

A powerful video is sweeping through Georgia right now after it surfaced earlier today. The video shows an Atlanta police officer who took her job to a whole new level and was caught praying over a child in the street.

WSBTV reports:

This is video of officer Danielle Ognelodh praying over a child outside of Zone 1 in Bankhead.

Ognelodh said she was on duty when the boy came up to her and asked for prayer.

Someone then took out a cellphone and started recording.

Channel 2’s Audrey Washington spoke with Ognelodh about the moment the young boy approached her.

“We went outside and one of the kids asked for prayer. I sat there with the kids and we all prayed. They told me some things in their life that they were going through and that’s how the video happened,” Ognelodh said.

Ognelodh spoke about how she hopes her pretense in the neighborhood will build a stronger bond between police officers and the children, community.  It is such a touching thing to see.

Perhaps this will help be bridge between communities and their police officers, as they begin to realize that officers are just normal people who put on a uniform and work hard to keep people safe.


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Typical DemocRat wrong about everything.

Global Warming/Climate Change advocates claim that the debate is over. The science is settled. Debating the “science” behind the certainty of man-made Climate Change is like debating whether the earth is flat or round. So say supposedly 97 percent of all scientists. Rubbish.

A similar no-debate claim was made in the 1970s about peak oil — that there was a limited supply and we had nearly reached the limit. Keep this prediction in mind every time you hear some scientist tell us what the future will hold regarding this claim or that claim.

Like today’s Climate Change prognosticators, former President Jimmy Carter, using the science of his day in 1977, claimed that in 35 years the world would run out of oil.


In 2008, Salon magazine wrote that Carter’s “speech holds up pretty darn well today.” Here’s a very short video of Jimmy Carter making a similar predictive claim:

Now we’re swimming in the stuff. There’s so much oil being pumped out of the ground that the price of gasoline is less than a dollar in some places. If state, local, and federal taxes are taken out, and accounting for inflation, it borders on being cheaper than it’s ever been.

It’s not just about oil. Almost everything these prognosticators have claimed have turned out to be wrong — very wrong.

Paul Ehrlich made more apocalyptic predictions that scientists took seriously. Ehrlich makes today’s Global Warming Chicken Littles seem like Pollyanna. “The battle to feed all of humanity is over,” Ehrlich wrote. “In the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now.”1

In the first edition of his book The Population Bomb, Ehrlich stated:

“There is not enough food today. How much there will be tomorrow is open to debate. If the optimists are correct, today’s level of misery will be perpetuated for perhaps two decades into the future. If the pessimists are correct, massive famines will occur soon, possibly in the early 1970’s, certainly by the early 1980’s. So far most of the evidence seems to be on the side of the pessimists, and we should plan on the assumption that they are correct. After all, some two billion people aren’t being properly fed in 1968!”2

In 1969, Ehrlich continued with his predictions, stating, “By 1985 enough millions will have died to reduce the earth’s population to some acceptable level, like 1.5 billion people.” The same year, he predicted in an article entitled “Eco-Catastrophe!” that by 1980 the United States would see life expectancy drop to 42 years because of pesticides, and by 1999 its population would plummet to 22.6 million.

The facts tell a different story.

“All you can see is growing wealth around the world, increased caloric intake, increased life expectancy, increased per-capita wealth,” says Jerry Taylor, director of natural resource studies for the Cato Institute, a Washington research center that opposes most government intervention.

“We are increasingly conquering death around the world,” Taylor adds. “A century ago, human life expectancy was about 30 years. Now it’s 60 or 70 years. People are not starving to death. They are getting better food and they are living longer.”3

In the mid-seventies, with the release of his book The End of Affluence,4 Ehrlich outlined a Hollywood-style disaster scenario where he foresaw the President dissolving Congress “during the food riots of the 1980s,” followed by the United States suffering a nuclear attack for its mass use of insecticides. Like Malthus before him, in 1969 Ehrlich did not see much of a future for England. “I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000.”5

In 1976, he went beyond predicting food scarcity and took it upon himself to make unfounded pronouncements about natural resources. “Before 1985, mankind will enter a genuine age of scarcity . . . in which the accessible supplies of many key minerals will be facing depletion.”6

Economist Julian Simon won a bet with Paul Ehrlich on whether the price of five strategic metals which Ehrlich chose (copper, chrome, nickel, tin, tungsten) would rise or fall in a ten-year period from 1980 to 1990. All five metals went down in price. Ehrlich lost the bet.7

First it was the inevitability of Global Cooling, then it was the inevitability of Peak Oil, and now it’s the inevitability of climate disaster if the government doesn’t step in and save Planet Earth. Of course, it’s going to cost a boatload of money, but it will be worth it!

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