Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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Monday, September 1, 2014

Recent Published Articles by Jon Moseley

  • GOP:  Stop Listening to "Advice" from Democrats
  • Fragile Feminists Frightened by Actress Kirsten Dunst Praising Strong Men
  • Republicans: Harry Reid Opposes his own State: 84% of Nevada owned by Feds
  • Eric Holder Should be Impeached for Violating Laws and Attorney Rules


  • In IRS Scandal, Begging Is Not an Action Plan
  • No Shortage of High-Tech Workers:  Immigration Reform / Amnesty: Not Just for Low-Skilled Workers?
  • Targeting the IRS [Suggested Action Plans in the IRS Targeting Scandal]
  • Lou Dobbs Drinks the Insider Kool-Aid
  • Jesus was Middle Class
  • Paul Ryan’s Deal Throws away 2014 Advantage
  • Charity by Force: Jesus vs. Marx
  • What is a Capitalist?
  • Barack Obama, Low Information President
  • A 2014 U.S. Senate Run for Ken Cuccinelli?
  • Government Computer Failures are Normal
  • How Ted Cruz Won the Shutdown Drama
  • Is Obama's Shutdown War on Private Business Illegal Racketeering?
  • Amnesty Driven by Voodoo Economics
  • The IRS Intervened in Tea Party Elections  [Christine O'Donnell's income tax records accessed for partisan purposes]
  • Blacks March to Oppose Amnesty [July 15 "DC March for Jobs"]
  • Right of Self Defense 1, Obama 0 [George Zimmerman trial in death of Trayvon Martin]
  • George Zimmerman's Pointless Trial
  • Real Americans Don't Trust the Government
  • Is Marco Rubio the New Charlie Crist?  [Talk Right, Vote Left]
  • Is Obama a Victim of Self-Esteem Education?
  • Border Security Promises Can Be Canceled
  • Will the Real Traitor Please Stand Up?  [Edward Snowden vs. the NSA]
  • The False Excuse of National Security
  • Should Congress Impeach Eric Holder?
  • The Spending Cuts that Never Were (the Fake Air Traffic Controllers Scare)
  • Bishop E.W. Jackson Caught "Comparing" Things:  Black Conservative Attacks Abortion, Dems Faint Dead Away
  • U.S. Military: We Could Have Saved Ambassador Stevens
  • Virginia GOP Nominates Conservative Slate
  • The IRS Scandal -- a Basic Primer
  • Debating the Heritage Foundation's Immigration Study
  • Amnesty and the Economy [No, Amnesty Will NOT Grow the Economy]
  • Obama's Incompetence Exposed by Benghazi Hearings:  What the Hearings Mean
  • Gun Control Derangement Syndrome
  • The Warmist Crisis
  • The Coming Global Warming Voter Backlash
  • Global Warming? Oops! Never Mind!
  • Legislating from the Bench on Gay Marriage
  • Priebus's GOP Autopsy Misses the Point [Editor changed my proposed title]
  • Outsourcing the Poor [the new Pope Francis cares for the poor, liberals want government control]
  • What did Rand Paul's Filibuster Mean?
  • Rand Paul Shifts Political Orbit
  • Will Ashley Judd be Kentucky's Obama?
  • Amnesty = Extinction  Amnesty = Republicans "Going Out of Business
  • The Debt Ceiling has Teeth
  • It's the Waste, Stupid!  Cutting Spending Turns on Waste (my title) 
  • Obama and the Debt Ceiling
  • The Real Country-Killer in 2013
  • The Madness of Keynesian Economics

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    Thursday, June 26, 2014

    IRAQ SOLVED: Col. John Warden on the Conservative Commandos Radio Show

    Col. John Warden interviewed on the Conservative Commandos Radio Show on June 25, 2104.

    Friday, April 11, 2014

    Sarah Palin sows Chaos with conservative campaigns she is helping

    Sarah Palin is wreaking havoc on the campaign trail, GOP sources say

    Frequent changes in scheduling, canceling at the last minute, giving only 1 days notice of an event, and making very restrictive demands, causes more harm than good for candidates Sarah Palin is supposedly helping.


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    Monday, February 3, 2014

    Catholic Church officially condemns Socialism

    Pope Francis issued only an “Apostolic Exhortation” recently, which contains sections that Rush Limbaugh labeled "pure Marxism."

          But in 1931, Pope Pius XI issued a more authoritative Encyclical to the Catholic Church “Quadragesimo Anno” , which said in paragraph 10 that

    “socialism … proposing a remedy far worse than the evil itself, would have plunged human society into great dangers.” 

    Pope Pius XI further pronounced:  “Socialism, if it remains truly Socialism, even after it has yielded to truth and justice on the points which we have mentioned, cannot be reconciled with the teachings of the Catholic Church because its concept of society itself is utterly foreign to Christian truth.”
    In paragraph 120 of “Quadragesimo Anno,” the Pope authoritatively pronounces that socialism “is based nevertheless on a theory of human society peculiar to itself and irreconcilable with true Christianity. Religious socialism, Christian socialism, are contradictory terms; no one can be at the same time a good Catholic and a true socialist.”

    Sunday, January 26, 2014

    Friday, January 24, 2014

    Five Secrets: The Proven Neuroscience Behind Persuading Voters [from liberal NetRoots]

    Conservatives need to communicate the reality: Liberals are ideological fanatics who despise the average American, his or her family, and everything they believe in. Liberals have not only ruined everything they have managed -- like Detroit and every inner city -- but liberals are passionately committed to tearing down the entire world of the average American. 
    "Human beings are wired to tell and connect through stories. Facts and figures alone will never convince people you are right."

    Aetna Insurance CEO: We May Have to Pull Out of Obamacare, or Heavily Hike Premiums

    Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini told CNBC on Wednesday that Obamacare has failed to attract the uninsured, and he offered a scenario in which the insurance company could be forced to pull out of program. The company will be submitting Obamacare rates for 2015 on May 15. "Are they going to be double-digit [increases] or are we going to get beat up because they're double-digit or are we just going to have to pull out of the program?" Bertolini asked..."Those questions can't be answered until we see the population we have today. And we really don't have a good view on that." He said that so far, Obamacare has just shifted people who were insured in the individual market to the public exchanges where they could get a better deal on a subsidy for coverage. "We see only 11 percent of the population is actually people that were firmly uninsured that are now insured. So [it] didn't really eat into the uninsured population." 
     Jonah Goldberg poses the rhetorical question that many Americans are asking themselves: So what was the point of Obamacare, again

    Festival yanks pro-fracking documentary; will show films critical of industry

    A Minnesota film festival is being accused of pushing a political agenda by yanking a pro-fracking documentary from its lineup while keeping two anti-fracking films on the program.

    Organizers of the Frozen River Film Festival in Winona, Minn., decided last week to cut “FrackNation,” a widely discussed 2013 documentary about hydraulic fracturing, reportedly citing concerns about the film’s financial links to the oil and gas industry and the filmmakers’ inability to attend the screening.

    ‘Blind’ Man Caught in Disability Fraud After Seen Driving a Speed Boat

    Lawrence Popp sentenced to one year in prison for defrauding government

    A “blind” Wisconsin man’s $175,000 Social Security disability fraud scheme ended when federal agents caught him driving a speedboat, according to the inspector general.

    This is what liberals want us to go into debt for

    TIME Magazine: Exclusive: Republican Party Calls For End To NSA Domestic Phone Records Program

    In the latest indication of a growing libertarian wing of the GOP, the Republican National Committee passed a resolution Friday calling for an investigation into the “gross infringement” of Americans’ rights by National Security Agency programs that were revealed by Edward Snowden.

    The resolution also calls on on Republican members of Congress to enact amendments to the Section 215 program that currently allows the spy agency to collect records of almost every domestic telephone call. The amendment should make clear that “blanket surveillance of the Internet activity, phone records and correspondence — electronic, physical, and otherwise — of any person residing in the U.S. is prohibited by law and that violations can be reviewed in adversarial proceedings before a public court,” the resolution reads.

    Growing libertarian wing?   As if the GOP would ever have tolerated such outrageous behavior as NSA spying.


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    Netroots Nation: 10 Ways To Win The Internets

    Read carefully through the entire powerpoint presentation.  It is about how to get more people to share your post, to make it go viral.

    Saturday, January 11, 2014

    Jesus was Middle Class: To Bill O'Reilly and Pope Francis
    December 29, 2013

    Jesus was Middle Class

    By Jonathon Moseley
    Bill O'Reilly's recent book Killing Jesus reflects a traditional stereotype that everyone in the Gospel story was poor. Among many historically inaccuracies, O'Reilly writes in his Chapter 5 that fish and red meat would be rare in Jesus' diet in Nazareth and that many Galileans suffered from malnutrition.

    Yet one of the names for the Sea of Galilee, Genneseret, means, "garden of riches." Consider the historian Josephus' contemporary description of Galilee:
    "Thanks to the rich soil, there is not a plant that does not flourish there, and the inhabitants grow everything...walnuts...flourish in abundance, as do palms...side by side with figs and olives...not only does it produce the most surprisingly diverse fruits; it maintains a continuous supply. Those royal fruits the grape and fig it furnishes for ten months on end." (The Jewish War, Josephus Flavius, Book 3, Ch. VI)
    Yet somehow the Gospel story is not complete without portraying Jesus as unfamiliar with a good meal. Recall that the abundant fish of the Mediterranean and lakes were shared among a much smaller human population then and were not overfished. The trade in Mediterranean and Sea of Galilee fish was region-wide. The large number of herders in the region made red meat available. Josephus' mention specifically of walnuts, figs, and olives suggests wealth, not any lack of grains and fruits.

    Over the centuries, church thinking has turned poverty into nearly a sacrament. So it becomes impossible to refer to people in the Bible without exaggerating how poor they were. Holiness demands proof of poverty to establish legitimacy.

    Glamorizing poverty encourages more suffering and the spread of poverty by depriving the poor of opportunities for practical help. The best thing we can do for the poor is help them no longer be poor, not laud them in song and story. The poor would rather have a new business to give them a job than hear poems and toasts romanticizing their poverty.
    Recall that the Catholic Church operates the largest network of non-government schools in the world. Training the poor with marketable skills -- maybe a vocation like carpentry -- would be easily within Pope Francis' grasp. The popular Pope would need only to mount a massive fundraising campaign rivaling the $74 billion-dollar Clinton Global Initiative. No one knows what Bill Clinton does with billions bilked from gullible celebrities. But schools for the poor would be an easy sell.

    Jesus was a skilled craftsman, a carpenter, in a region where wood was more of a premium material than we think of today. Americans are used to vast forests. Then, carpentry was more of an art. Modern tools, fittings, stains, glues, and measurement were not available. One could not buy a bag of standardized ten-penny nails at Home Depot, but painstakingly fashioned wooden pins one at a time. One could not afford to waste wood. In Galilee, valuable cedar was imported from Lebanon.

    The Bible reports that Jesus was referred to as "the carpenter's son." His father Joseph would have trained his first-born. Children worked. Apprenticeship in a trade was their education, along with study of the scriptures. One would have to view Jesus as a totally irresponsible son not to faithfully and diligently continue the family carpentry shop -- at least before His ministry for His other Father. In fact, Jesus preached on a son's responsibility to his parents.

    Joseph lived among Jews but had rich Greeks among his clientele. Across the valley from Nazareth was the huge Greek luxury city of Sepphoris where wealthy ruling-class households offered a steady demand for upscale, high-priced furniture. Rich communities in the Eastern Roman Empire demanded luxury on a scale that even our decadent ruling class today can scarcely imagine. A carpentry business in the vicinity of Sepphoris would attract high-paying clients with great quantities of business.

    So Jesus was middle class, probably upper middle-class, on a level comparable to an accountant or an architect in today's society. O'Reilly allows that Jesus probably worked in the Sepphoris building boom in its later years, yet thinks Jesus rarely ate fish or meat. If Jesus worked on-site building houses, he spent a lot of time around wealthy Greeks. He could afford to eat hearty, would dress suitably for a worker visiting an upscale community, and would maintain good relations in business with rich people.

    The Bible tells us that at Jesus' birth, Joseph and Mary were staying in a stable with the animals and laid the newborn Jesus in a manger. But that was not because they were poor, but "because there was no room at the inn." Clearly, Joseph was not so rich to afford two camels for the journey, but he was not so poor as to go without a donkey for Mary to ride, plus other costs of the trip. Bethlehem was overcrowded because of the edict of Caesar Augustus requiring everyone to register for a census in their home city. Pregnant Mary's journey on a donkey was certainly slow. Without cell phones to call ahead and make a reservation on a credit card, they arrived in Bethlehem later than others. Had there been a room available, Joseph would have rented it. But that wasn't God's plan.

    Elitists assume that anyone who does not live in a city like Manhattan must be an ignorant country rube. Some agricultural regions overflow with prosperity as the bread baskets supplying cities. Yet they are assumed to be eating dirt.

    Pope Francis' Christmas message repeated the canard that Jesus' birth was announced to shepherds who in society were considered "among the last, the outcast." But Israel's greatest icons from Abraham to Jacob (Israel) to King David were shepherds. Some speculate that shepherds' duties kept them from religious observances, so they were unclean. But almost every occupation demanded careful preparation for the Sabbath and festivals. Most Jews had livestock or animals to feed every day, yet found a way to work around that during religious events.

    Of course, the intent is to make everyone feel welcome. This is all an attempt to make Christianity more accessible. Without question, Christianity offers hope for the poor and downtrodden as a central tenet. The relevance of wealth and poverty in the Kingdom of God is that they are irrelevant. Unlike other, prior religions, one's importance in this life means absolutely nothing to God.

    Jesus spent a lot of time demolishing with harsh words the strong belief that the rich and powerful of His day were more favored by God than the masses. Moreover, God will compensate the faithful in paradise for whatever they lack and suffer here on Earth.
    A vital and cherished principle of Christianity is that all of humanity stands on equal footing, regardless of social class, wealth, nationality, education, or background. Giving hope to those who are poor and suffering, when life is hard and unsatisfying, is one of the greatest legacies of Jesus Christ to humanity.

    However, the idolatry of poverty hinders a clear understanding of Christianity. Jesus preached devotion to God above all else. But the poverty cult exalts being poor, not worship of God. In fact, God is downplayed, ignored, and forgotten. The only "poor" person who doesn't matter to the poverty cult is Jesus Christ.

    Furthermore, Jesus taught that anything can be a sinful trap. It is not only material wealth which tempts us. Jesus famously taught that we cannot serve two masters. But money was only one example of such divided loyalty. Christianity means that God is Lord and King of all. Money isn't everything.

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