Muslim Brotherhood - Ikhwan

February 4, 2011 - Washington, DC

In this weekly update from Washington, DC: Obama, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood / House out, Senate in and a vote on ObamaCare / New movie on GZ mosque / New GZ imam kicked out on gay issue / Muslim Brotherhood has role in Egypt / More dead Christians in Egypt
Adhami replaces Rauf

Chairman's Report for February 3, 2011

New in this issue: Slumlord Feisal Rauf replaced by "Sheik" Adhami as GZ mosque imam / Elites and gays unhappy with Adhami / Obama, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood / Radical Muslim found in car trunk at Mexican border / Suicide bomber book found at Mexican border / Democrats bring out the race card (again) / Congressman enters bill to assist repressed religions in Middle East / Will Congress reaffirm "In God We Trust"?
Mubarak and Obama in happier days

January 28, 2011 – Washington, DC

Obama, Mubarak and Islam / Congressman calls for protection of religious minorities in Middle East / Reaffirming "In God We Trust" / Radical Muslim cleric captured at our border with Mexico / Google blocks our mosque ad / New Ground Zero mosque imam says apostates must be jailed / Democracy in Egypt? / Nuclear war in 18 months
Chinese Yuan

January 21, 2011 - Washington, DC

IN THIS ISSUE: Worshiping Moloch and abortion are one and the same / Human Rights activist asks Obama, "Which girl should die" / What did ObamaCare repeal really do? / No Tax money for abortions / Fed Judge OK'S Sharia Law / Sharia judge for NJ / Telling the truth on the radio / The GZ mosque's new imam / Muslims tell Pope that killing Christians is their "internal affair"
Alter used for sacrifices to Moloch near Ariel, Samaria

WORSHIPING MOLOCH – The human sacrifice of children to assure prosperity.

Pagans who worshiped Moloch often sacrificed one of their own children, who was ritually murdered and then placed in a sacrificial altar of fire. The sacrifice of the child was to assure a blessing of prosperity for the family, much like abortion does today.
Barack Obama at the memorial as seen at White House Internet site

January 14, 2010 - Washington, DC

Obama's great speech during a bad show / Thoughts on the Giffords shooting / Really bad congressional ideas for security / Remember what the left said about the Ft. Hood massacre? / The Greening of CPAC / ACLJ files suit against GZ mosque / More Christians killed in Egypt / More Christian blood to be shed in Sudan? / In Denmark, don't talk about the Muslims
The cross at Mt. Soledad War Memorial will remain

Chairman’s Report for January 12, 2011

Issues highlights: Media ignores Ground Zero community center under construction. Terrorists are just folks, too. Obama finds Muslim victims where they don't exist. Oath on oldest American Bible. Court says war memorial cross must go. Elton John, "married" to another man, becomes a daddy. CPAC goes gay-er. The real war on Christmas.
The shooter: jared Loughner

Liberals, media take aim at female conservatives

Did visceral political rhetoric lead to the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, as the left and the “mainstream” media claims? Maybe … if you take into account the horrible attacks on Sarah Palin, Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann during the last election. The left and the mainstream media hate conservative women and do their best to dehumanize them. As conservative female political leaders are dehumanized it makes them easier for madmen to attack them,
Robert Aderholt with his family and John Boehner

January 7, 2011 - Washington, DC

No Mr. Obama, Muslims were not killed during the attack on the church / Congressman takes oath on oldest American Bible / The Speaker's gavel changes hands, but will social conservatives benefit? / Court bans war memorial / Ground Zero mosque man's road show - Cultural Center now under construction! / Murder of a secularist leader in Pakistan / Imams pray for the killer, not the victim / Iran arrests more Christians / Home of Ann Frank turns antisemitic
One of many bombed out churches in the Middle East

Christmas is becoming a day of persecution for Christians

Christmas Day is not celebrated until January 7th in Egypt by Coptic and other Christian denominations. About 130 Christians, including children, will probably remain imprisoned on January 7th, nearly two months after they were arrested when 2,000 members of the state security forces attacked their church building