1201 – Did Darwin Murder God / Did Darwin Murder God? – Chad Kreuzer

This episode ponders the question, Is God dead? It has been said that Darwin killed God, but is this true? No scientist can explain how life comes about; everything about the origin of life on earth is a mystery, and it seems the more that is known, the more complex the puzzle gets. Darwin admitted that his theory would absolutely be broken down if it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed through numerous, successive, slight, modifications. So why do the masses still cling to Darwin’s idea? Examine the evidence for a living God.


on September 11, 2011 A military drill or drills was schedule for that day. the same day the terrorists attacks took place


The Military Drills of September 11th: Why a New Investigation is Needed

Just Saying

Air Force Civilian nurse blows the whistle on a active shooter training exercise with an anti-vaxx soldier who opens fire on the hospital. Edward Szall reports.

U.S. Navy Names Warship After Harvey Milk, Pederast who Preyed on Teenage Boys

On Saturday, a new Navy fuel ship was launched into San Diego Bay, christened with the name of Harvey Milk, the slain civil rights icon for the LGBTQ movement. Milk was the first openly gay man to serve in public office when he was elected to the SF Board of Supervisors in 1977.

In addition to the honor of the naming of the ship, the “Mayor of Castro Street” has been given an honorary postage stamp and had an airport terminal dedicated in his name at San Francisco International Airport.

However, not everyone was celebrating the honors. The spotlight has once again been shone on Milk’s alleged indiscretions with teens.

According to a profile by Milk biographer Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel, one of Milk’s victims was a 16-year-old runaway from Maryland named Jack Galen McKinley. At the time of the alleged relationship, Milk was 33.

“Randy Shilts was a San Francisco Chronicle reporter and close friend to Harvey Milk … also Harvey Milk’s biographer. In his glowing book The Mayor of Castro Street, he wrote of Milk’s ‘relationship’ with the McKinley boy: ‘… Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure. … At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him.'”

“Randy Thomasson, child advocate and founder of SaveCalifornia.com, is one of the nation’s foremost experts on Harvey Milk. Of the Shilts biography, Thomasson notes, “Explaining Milk’s many flings and affairs with teenagers and young men, Randy Shilts writes how Milk told one ‘lover’ why it was OK for him to also have multiple relationships simultaneously: ‘As homosexuals, we can’t depend on the heterosexual model. … We grow up with the heterosexual model, but we don’t have to follow it. We should be developing our own lifestyle. There’s no reason why you can’t love more than one person at a time.'”

McKinley later committed suicide.

Gerald Dols, a Christian convert, said in a 2008 radio interview that when he was a teenager Milk convinced him to run away from his family in Minnesota and travel to San Francisco to be with him.

According to Dols, Milk said, “Don’t tell your parents.” Dols parents found out and filed a complaint with the Minnesota attorney general’s office.

The ship was christened by a veteran who identifies as transgender. Milk was dishonorably discharged from the US Navy for being a homosexual in 1955.


Mystery Babylon: Vaccination Becomes New Church Ordinance as More Churches Ban Worship for the Unvaccinated

In a definitely disturbing trend, a growing number of churches are beginning to implement policies to restrict the biblical command to worship corporately to only those who’ve succumbed to the world’s demands to inject one’s body with experimental chemicals.

As we reported at our sister site, The Dissenter, the entire concept of mandatory vaccinations is rooted in Marxist thought. It’s not that we take a particular side on the efficacy of vaccines in general, it’s that we believe that the choice to inject a chemical concoction into one’s body should be an issue of one’s own conscience and personal decision.

As more and more so-called churches–including at least one of the campuses at former Southern Baptist Pastor, JD Greear’s Summit Church–announce proof of vaccination as a requirement for attending corporate worship, it should be noted that this addition to the gospel is not only a dangerous precedent for the Church but wholly condemned in Scripture.

Vaccination is not a church ordinance and worship, under any circumstances, must not be withheld from anyone who has, according to their own conscience, abstained from the vaccines.

Now, another church is adding proof of vaccination to the list of requirements for corporate worship. Pastor Jim Head-Corliss of Kent United Methodist Church, Kent, WA, recently stated this in a church announcement video.

Black Farmworkers Say They Lost Jobs to Foreigners Who Were Paid More

INDIANOLA, Miss. — For more than a quarter-century, Richard Strong worked the fertile farmland of the Mississippi Delta, just as his father and his grandfather did, a family lineage of punishing labor and meager earnings that stretched back to his enslaved ancestors brought from Africa.

He tilled the soil, fertilized crops and irrigated the fields, nurturing an annual bounty of cotton, soybeans and corn for a prominent farming family. “I’ve been around farming all my life,” Mr. Strong said. “It’s all we knew.”

Black families with deep connections to the Delta have historically been the ones to perform fieldwork. That began to change about a decade ago, when the first of dozens of young, white workers flew in from South Africa on special guest worker visas. Mr. Strong and his co-workers trained the men, who by last year were being lured across the globe with wages of more than $11 an hour, compared with the $7.25 an hour that Mr. Strong and other Black local workers were paid.

Growers brought in more South Africans with each passing year, and they are now employed at more than 100 farms across the Delta. Mr. Strong, 50, and several other longtime workers said they were told their services were no longer needed.

“I never did imagine that it would come to the point where they would be hiring foreigners, instead of people like me,” Mr. Strong said.

From the wheat farms in the Midwest to the citrus groves in California’s Central Valley, growers have increasingly turned to foreign workers as aging farmworkers exit the fields and low-skilled workers opt for jobs in construction, hospitality and warehouses, which offer higher pay, year-round work and, sometimes, benefits.