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A Sunday Morning Sermon – Focus on Thanksgiving

Over the past two Sunday mornings I’ve shared sermons by Pastor “Hollerin’ Herb” Reavis of North Jacksonville Baptist Church. Pastor Herb has a method of communication that many find to be unique. In honor of our upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, this morning I am presenting a sermon by his Son. Josh Reavis is also a gifted communicator, though his style of delivery is much different than that of his Father.

Every day is a day of Thanksgiving for me but I truly immerse myself in it on the day we set aside as a Nation to observe all the things we are thankful for. It is a day of happiness. It is a day to be enjoyed. It is a day to rejoice.

The Focus of Thanksgiving – A message by Pastor Josh Reavis of North Jacksonville Baptist Church

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The Saturday Night Special – JFK… The final Hours

I stood there on the 6th Floor of the Texas School Book Depository a little over a week ago, looking through the Plexiglas barrier to the Snipers Nest in the corner, looking just as it did when Lee Harvey Oswald left that space. I looked out the window on to the street below. I looked down at the video monitor that plays the computer generated imagery of the Presidential Motorcade and what it looked like from the target angle occupied by a rabble rousing Communist Punk with a Twelve Dollar and Sixty Eight Cent mail order Italian rifle fitted with a Japanese scope. The anger that I felt at that moment had been building since I got to the Sixth Floor. How in the Hell does a Punk like Lee Harvey Oswald put himself at the right place at the right time to take a shot at our President?

It was an easy shot, even for a Marine who made marksmanship qualification by only two points. Many say that the rifle used was as inaccurate a rifle as could be found. There are many things about the assassination of President Kennedy that may never be known but Dealey Plaza was as near perfect a Killing Zone as there could be. People in an opened top vehicle moving at Five Miles per Hour, accelerating to a big Eleven Miles per Hour would be easily engaged by a Sniper in the corner window of the Sixth Floor of the Depository.

Many will say that the Kennedy family is essentially an organized crime syndicate. The Kennedys had their enemies. President Kennedy even displayed lack of character on a number of occasions. He and those around him did save the World from Nuclear War though. He inspired an aggressive exploration of Outer Space. He authorized the robust expansion of U.S. Army Special Forces. He made strategic contributions to the ability of the United States to win the Cold War without mass nuclear annihilation. In spite of his personal failures, in spite of his politics he was a President who had the Country’s best interest at heart.

He also inspired young people to be their best, to reach for the Stars without forgetting to lend a hand to those in need.

He was our President and he respected the Office to which he was elected.

As I looked down on Dealey Plaza I was angry and I was sad. When we fail to properly deal with our Enemies, they will eventually deal with us. The very same element that Lee Harvey Oswald belonged to is, right now as you read this, preparing to engage in acts of imminent violent Revolution as they have all throughout their History. They will be doing it in our Streets again this time. Had they been properly dealt with in the aftermath of the Kennedy Assassination, our world would be a much better place today. What is it about them that we fail to understand after all this time?

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What Do You Do With A Motorbike That Won’t Sell?

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Friday Night at the Movies – Walking Tall

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It’s a beautiful Friday Night before Thanksgiving Week from sea to shining sea and you have found yourself in the right place at the right time to do some proper relaxation. Redneck Awareness Month has been a wide open, pedal to the metal, howlin’ at the Moon adventure for me. This has been my most active Redneck Awareness Month in many Years but my most enjoyable one in many more years. I hope it has been the same for you.

My trip to the Lone Star State has stirred the bowels of my inner Redneck in such a way that I haven’t previously known. As such I think I should briefly share these things. After all, this is Redneck Awareness Month and there are certain things that Rednecks should be aware of when it comes to the Lone Star State.

I’ll say no more until you have an open beverage in your hand because by the time you are finished reading my very brief remarks you will have become thirsty.

More below the fold…

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Now Hillary says, “I support the president’s decision…”

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“Pratt Says Threatening Politicians Is ‘What The Second Amendment Is All About'”

Alan Colmes, the tyrant’s friend, says, “Noooo!”.

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Alan Colmes invited Gun Owners of America’s executive director, Larry Pratt, on his program yesterday and asked the gun lobbyist about some of his more incendiary comments, including his assertion that elected officials should have a “healthy fear” of being shot and his warnings that President Obama might start a race war.
When Colmes asked him about his comments on threatening elected officials, Pratt responded, “Sure, that’s what the Second Amendment is all about.”

“Otherwise I’m not quite sure how we restrain them,” he said, citing the armed standoff at the Bundy ranch as an example of gun owners stopping the government from “imposing their will tyrannically.”

Read more at Free Speech

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Freaky Friday Maf

Many have spent their lives determining how many licks it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop.

Now we must ponder this…

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Thought for the day…

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Imagine the disappointment this morning of all of those immigrants who came to the United States to escape banana republics and tin-pot dictatorships.

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Freaky Friday Caption Contest

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If I were an illegal immigrant tonight…

If I were an illegal immigrant, I would think twice about exposing myself by applying for Obama’s apply for ‘deferred action’ amnesty. I would recall that it is a temporary amnesty and that Obama won’t be president forever. Signing up for amnesty today may be tantamount to signing up to be deported later.

I’d keep that in mind and think really hard about accepting any offers from a serial liar. I’d be very careful.

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Obama argues forcefully against executive amnesty

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The Red Hour is Coming.

There will be violence in Ferguson. Period. They could announce that Wilson has been found guilty of 1st degree murder and sentenced to death — there will still be violence. These thugs have been gearing up for the Ferguson announcement like it was Christmas Day, and they will not be deprived.

The media has hyped this past the point of no return. The thugs view ‘Announcement Day’ as a green light for “justified” lawlessness and violence.  They have classified destruction and violence as “protesting an injustice” so all is OK.

The thugs in Ferguson are eerily similar to the hard core preppers.  The most extreme of the survivalist set actually want to see society crumble into ruins.  They are not preparing in case that happens; they are preparing in the hopes of it happening.  Same with the Ferguson Thugs.  They don’t give a damn about the verdict– they can hardly contain their excitement over being able to cut loose and ravage the city.  Announcement Day is just an opportunity to do what they really want to do everyday — destroy their community, fire weapons, steal, kill, rape, vandalize and all that goes with it.

This is no longer even about Michael Brown.  Or the police.  Or race.  The Red Hour is coming.

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The New Party Of No

Any bets on whether the progressives stop bitching about obstruction and not working together?

The defeat of the Keystone XL pipeline in the Senate marked a major show of muscle for next year’s new hell-no caucus: liberals.
Liberal Senate Democrats united to block the controversial project, even though their imperiled Democratic colleague Mary Landrieu of Louisiana begged them not to at a Democratic Caucus lunch on Tuesday afternoon.

It’s time for all of the weeping and gnashing of teeth to stop. No longer will you hear the cries from the left of “Party of no”, “obstructionist politics”, or “republican intransigence”. Now, we will here the endless drivel about Republicans refusing to “include Democrats”, “work with Democrats”, and claims of using “parliamentary tricks” to pass legislation.

This all becomes quite tiresome. Much like the anguished cries of war-mongering, cronyism, governmental over-reach ceased when Obama was elected (and continued each of Bush’s destructive policies, sans any semblance of a backbone), so too shall the cries of the left be forgotten and the new approved speech be parroted by Regime, Party, and State Media alike.

It all becomes quite tiresome.

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A Vacuous Tramp Delivers The News

I am not a fan of Kim Kardashian, but she is smoking hot. Our own BaconNeggs posted this in off topic. It got my attention. Well played.

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Get ready, here it comes…


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BBC: “The sexually abused dancing boys of Afghanistan”

In Afghanistan women are not allowed to dance in public, but boys can be made to dance in women’s clothing – and they are often sexually abused.”

Looks kinda like this:

Ewww.

Read more at BBC News

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There is weather and then there is climate

The EPA chief wants you stupid deniers to understand the difference between climate and weather.

‘Weather’ is any meteorological event, either long term or short term, that is not evidence for global warming.

‘Climate’ is any meteorological event, either long term or short term, that can be used to justify more governmental control over the economy and society.

Environmental Protection Agency chief Gina McCarthy told reporters Monday morning that the so-called pause in global warming was not representative of the broader trends in climate, which she says point to global warming.

“That is a short-lived issue that doesn’t represent climate,” McCarthy told reporters at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor, adding that many other factors show the planet is changing because of human influence– though she did not elaborate on this point because the breakfast was nearing its end.

Satellite temperature data, which measures the lower parts of the Earth’s atmosphere, shows there has been no significant warming trend for the last 18 years or so. Surface temperatures from weather stations, buoys and ships show a lack of warming for about the last 15 years or so.

See? A lack of warming for almost two decades is not ‘climate’ since it doesn’t help the government justify further regulating your life.

Understand?

More here.

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Then & Now: Your Ritual Abuse Update

Turd.

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Famed Liberal Professor To Represent House In Suit Against Obama

I used to watch Turley on Keith Olbermann’s show back when I was hating on Bush. He is, at least, a fan of the Constitution, unlike Obama.

Jonathan Turley, a liberal law professor and attorney, announced on his blog Tuesday he will be representing the House of Representatives in its lawsuit against the Obama administration. Here’s Turley:

As many on this blog are aware, I have previously testified, written, and litigated in opposition to the rise of executive power and the countervailing decline in congressional power in our tripartite system. I have also spent years encouraging Congress, under both Democratic and Republican presidents, to more actively defend its authority, including seeking judicial review in separation of powers conflicts. For that reason, it may come as little surprise this morning that I have agreed to represent the United States House of Representatives in its challenge of unilateral, unconstitutional actions taken by the Obama Administration with respect to implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). It is an honor to represent the institution in this historic lawsuit and to work with the talented staff of the House General Counsel’s Office. As in the past, this posting is meant to be transparent about my representation as well as my need to be circumspect about my comments in the future on related stories.

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Radical Imam Performs Invocation Over U.S. House

Only in The West do we invite those who swear our death, to invoke blessings over our lives & government. Absolutely suicidal.

Same day as they performed salaat at the National Cathedral.

Oh yeah, he’s a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer.

Shoebat.com reveals Imam Chebli’s very disturbing background as well as his relationship to terrorist and mass murderer Hassan Khaled:

Chebli’s mentor, Khaled, who was the Mufti of Lebanon was “martyred” after a suicide bomb which killed him and others. His father went the same way – “martyred” by a bombing. 

Prior to Khaled’s fallout with the PLO’s Yasser Arafat, he was a champion and supporter of Palestinian terrorism against Israel to sending terrorist recruits from Lebanon.

Khaled, the man’s mentor is even featured prominently on the official Muslim Brotherhood website.

And in the same footsteps as Khaled, Chelbi also traveled to Egypt to study at Al-Azhar University, the world’s oldest university and center for Muslim Brotherhood jurisprudence. It was during this time that Chelbi’s mentor Khaled was chosen as the nation’s foremost Islamic legal scholar in the Sunni Muslim sect.

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CIA Plans To Destroy “Low-Level” Emails

Lois Lerner is smiling at this plan…

A coalition of civil liberties, human rights and good government organizations have come against the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) plan for destroying emails of lower-level employees.

The American Civil Liberties Union, American Library Association, Human Rights Watch are 14 other groups wrote to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to object to allowing the CIA to destroy emails of  “non-senior” staff members.

“We believe the proposal could be interpreted to allow the destruction of crucial documentary evidence regarding the CIA’s activities before Congress, the public, or the courts have any opportunity to access them,” the groups wrote in their 15-page letter to NARA. “It calls for preservation of too few officials’ emails, for too short a period. It leaves too many key terms undefined, and relies too heavily on the CIA’s good faith instead of NARA’s own careful appraisal of CIA recordkeeping.”

The emails that could be put at risk are those relevant to the agency’s “rendition, detention and torture programs,” a topic that is of “intense public interest,” given the “public release of the forthcoming Senate report,” stated the letter.

NARA appraiser Meredith Scheiber signed off on the email destruction program in August. In her five-page appraisal (pdf) of the plan, she concluded that the emails being destroyed had “little or no research value,” and were “routine,” “administrative,” and “personal” in nature. She also expressed trust that the CIA’s good faith would prevent putting “legal rights and accountability” at risk.

Only the emails of current staff members would be destroyed, according to Scheiber, while emails written by the agency’s top 22 officials would be preserved according to existing rules. “It is deeply embedded in agency culture for employees to maintain access to their email for their entire career and to file email in appropriate files, corresponding to record schedule items, per agency policy,” Scheiber wrote.
The CIA defended the new policy by insisting it would result “in the preservation of more emails, not less,” according to spokesman Ryan Trapani. The Government Accountability Office “concurred with CIA’s proposal for implementing the NARA recordkeeping policy,’ he added.

Did you catch that? In Bizarro World, destroying emails results in the preservation of more emails, not less. The more you spend, the more you save. The more food you eat, the more food you save for others.

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CA: We Can’t Release Prisoners Because They Provide Cheap Labor

The State of California said it couldn’t release prisoners early because they would have to hire employees who would cost more. Wow. This comes from a progressive site. I tried to remove as much of the hyperbole as possible, while preserving the point.

The debate centers around an expansive state program to have inmates fight wildfires.[…] By employing prison inmates who are paid less than $2 per day, the statesaves some $1 billion […]

In exchange, they get the opportunity for early release, by earning twice as many credits toward early release as inmates in other programs would otherwise earn, known as 2-for-1 credits. In February, the federal court overseeing California’s prison litigation ordered the state to expand this 2-for-1 program to some other rehabilitation programs so that other inmates who exhibit good behavior and perform certain work successfully would also be eligible for even earlier release.[…]

But it insisted that it didn’t have to do it the way the court wanted it to, because doing so could deplete the state’s source of inmate firefighters[…]

But the federal judges overseeing this […] ordered the state to offer 2-for-1 credits only to those many inmates who weren’t eligible for the wildfire program[…]

The Department of Corrections didn’t like this idea, either. It argued that offering 2-for-1 credits to any inmates who perform other prison labor would mean more minimum security inmates would be released earlier, and they wouldn’t have as large of a labor pool […] and would be “forced to draw down its fire camp population to fill these vital MSF [Minimum Support Facility] positions.” […]

The plaintiffs had this to say in response: “Defendants baldly assert that if the labor pool for their garage, garbage, and city park crews is reduced, then ‘CDCR would be forced to draw-down its fire camp population to fill these vital MSF positions.’ That is a red herring; Defendants would not be ‘forced’ to do anything. They could hire public employees to perform tasks like garbage collection, garage work and recycling … ”

In a short order Friday, the federal court seemingly agreed with this argument, ordering California to expand its 2-for-1 credits program.

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Pucker Power – For RD Walker The Rock Climber

Don’t watch full-screen if you have an issue with heights.

On January 15, 2014, Alex Honnold free-soloed El Sendero Luminoso (The Shining Path) in El Portrero Chico, Mexico in a little over 3 hours. The climb rises 2,500 feet to the summit of El Toro. It could be the most difficult rope-less climb in history.”

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Things Won’t Change Until White People Are Scared

The topic of race came up briefly as Sekou points out, “Look at all these white folks putting their bodies on the line for black people, because this is not a separate struggle. It is one struggle.”

Another organizer, later in the training, tells the group there is indeed “mostly white folks here.”“For most white people we leave our houses everyday and we don’t have to worry about getting shot. We don’t have to worry about being assaulted. We don’t have to worry about being arrested. That’s not true for everybody in this country and that’s one of the reasons why we’re out here on the streets,” he says, adding:

I think there is going be a risk for white folks out there too. People are going to be angry about the power structure and white people are part of that power structure, so there is that certain risk attached to that.

But I think it’s important to keep in mind that there’s gong to be more risk for black and brown folks out in the protest because there’s more risk for them every day of their lives walking through the streets. And I also think we’re not going to get change in this society unless white people are just a little bit afraid.

Again, it’s okay to be a little it afraid but just don’t be paralyzed in that fear.Sekou, an African American adds that he wants to “dispel the myth of marauding groups—of black angry youths beating up white people.”“That has not been the case. There have been some selective instances of violence against individuals.

We have to understand that some of these individuals are state agents. So some of the people that are doing this are explicitly or implicitly trying to make us look like we bad—violent people, but keep in mind 99 percent of these protests have been non-violent,” he says.

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An important message regarding the Ebola Nurse

The Ebola Nurse wants you to know that she no longer wants to be known as “The Ebola Nurse”. As part of our editorial style-book here at the Real Revo we will honor her wishes and, from now on, refer to her more appropriately as “The Nurse Formerly Known as the Ebola Nurse”.

Thank you.

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