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Saturday, May 07, 2011

This Evening's Meditation

You can find it at the ministry site.

Click here:  Martin Christian Ministries.


Governor Nikki Haley's stark advice for Republicans

Governor Nikki Haley, R-South Carolina, has some rather stark advice for Republicans. When the candidates gathered in the state Thursday evening for the very first GOP debate of the 2012 election cycle, Haley told them to avoid attacking Barack Obama. Instead, said Haley, Republicans need to focus on ideas, policies, and programs. The people need to know what we stand for and not just what we stand against, Haley maintains. 
Haley herself is an embodiment of that principle.

Free Indeed!

Tonight's scripture.
And prayer.
And song.
This is especially for the weary patriot in a world where freedom is under attack.
Consider the scriptures. We are free because we are CREATED to be free.
It's part of our God-given nature.
We are therefore, FREE INDEED!

Read the rest at Martin Christian Ministries.

Thanks, and God bless!

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Tonight's Scripture and Prayer

Today is the National Day of Prayer.

Mark this day by visiting the ministry site at Martin Christian Ministries.

There you will find a scripture verse, prayer, and song that are fitting for this special day.

It's MUSIC Time! Today's Artist Spotlight

The ministry site has today's artist spotlight, along with a sample video of their unique style of singing.

Click here: Martin Christian Ministries.

You'll love this wonderful group.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/5/2011

All guns and politics, from the best gun rights-and-liberty bloggers on the Internet.

David Codrea comments on the bombshell revelation that a previously secret memo shows that the Assistant Attorney-General of the United States knew all about the illegal Project Gunwalker scandal as it was happening. This, my friends, means that the scandal reaches all the way to the highest levels of the Department of Justice.

Vanderboegh reports that U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa has stated that what Attorney-General Eric Holder refuses to report WILL be told in the documents Congress has received.

Kurt Hofmann wonders if the DOJ is holding Pakistan to a higher standard than it is for itself.

WRSA has a most interested read on 'being there' in the White House.

Way Up North says the Alaska legislature has failed to reach an agreement on just about everything.

Tam muses on guns and Hollywood.

Nicki has a special message for Pakistan--warning, not for innocent eyes.  lol

Newbius provides commentary on the NRA and the Overton Window.

Around O-Town makes a point worth considering--the White House needs to shut up and let the commanders on the ground speak about the Pakistani operation.

Brigid reviews Henry Lever Action Rifles.  I always liked Henry rifles, even better than Marlins, but there are a few drawbacks, for sure.

GunRights4US posts 14 signs of the collapse of the modern world.

Every Blade of Grass opines on 'Obama the Puppet.'

Days of our Trailers shows us the latest unintelligible gibberish from Chicago's Mayor Daley on the subject of guns.

Behind the Parapet has a MUST-read entitled, 'It All Makes Perfect Sense.'

Pam Geller blasts the mainstream media for the nature of their coverage of ZERO's visit to Ground Zero today.

Blonde Sagacity highlights the many conflicting stories revolving around the Administration's handling of the death of bin Laden.

Roberta X provides the latest news from the Brady Campaign to rob citizens of their gun rights.

Mike McCarville says that the Brady Campaign took a swipe at the state of Oklahoma.

Line in the Desert reports that parents of the Hispanic students who disrupted and took over a school board meeting in Tucson are now defending their children in their act of juvenile delinquency.  No surprise there.

The Wandering Minstrel notes a certain town's reaction to the death of Usama bin Laden.

Experts say high terror alert focuses on hotels, malls, stadiums

Intelligence experts in several agencies of the U.S. government warn of a heightened terror alert, fearing that terrorist groups which are already planning attacks may fast-track those plans in retaliation for the death of Usama bin Laden. Of particular concern are hotels, shopping malls, and stadiums--so-called 'soft targets' that may not be high profile such as the Twin Towers but would result in numerous deaths.

Continue reading at Anthony G. Martin's Conservative Examiner.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011


Big news is over at the ministry site.  I am now ready to start booking for May and June.  My new CD will be ready by the middle of May, and I will be ready to take it to the road.

Read the info at Martin Christian Ministries.

I'd love to come to your church for a free-will love offering concert.

The Beginning and the End

Tonight's devotional, prayer, and song are now available.

Click here: Martin Christian Ministries.

And don't pass up watching a gem at the end--the Gaither Vocal Band sings live.

Obama Refuses to Release bin Laden Photos; Story Keeps Changing

Fox News announced minutes ago following a White House press conference that Barack Obama refuses to release the photos of a dead Usama bin Laden. The news comes after the Administration had led the media to believe that such photos would be released. It is also notable that the story of the operation that took place on Sunday in Pakistan continues to change with each passing day.

Continue reading at Anthony G. Martin's Conservative Examiner...

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Thy Word

Tonight's devotional, prayer, and song is now available at the ministry site.

Click here: Martin Christian Ministries.

Thanks, and God bless.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/3/2011

All guns and politics, from the best gun rights-and-liberty bloggers on the Internet:

David Codrea reports that Attorney-General Eric Holder will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow to testify about the ATF-DOJ 'Project Gunwalker' scandal.  

Kurt Hofmann reports that a Tucson shooting victim and widower gave a report before the NRA board.

Mike McCarville posts some political editorial cartoons that tell the story about the death of bin Laden.  A must-see.

Vanderboegh says that an unrepentant convicted federal extortionist offers his 'wisdom' on the Project Gunwalker scandal.

WRSA has something on the Obama birth certificate that is worth a look--pay particular attention to his advice at the end.

Way Up North has news from the great state of Alaska.

Tam provides info on a variety of stuff, including guns and preparedness.

Breda blogs on gear she picked up at the NRA convention.

John Jacob H submits 'a tale of 2 terrorists.'

Brigid provides good reading on 'chivalry.'

Days of our Trailers points to more distortions of the facts in order to demonize firearms.

Pamela Geller comments on the deafening silence of imams in the U.S. on the death of bin Laden.

Around O-Town is reporting today that central Florida may be a primary target of a terrorist attack.

Alphecca says that the big conservative victory in Canada is a good sign for gun rights.

Line in the Sand notes that there is a big drug problem not just in Mexico but in the United States as well, and that problem extends far beyond the border.

Barney Frank Blasts Eric Cantor for Congratulating Bush on bin Laden's Death

U.S..Representative Barney Frank, D-Massachusetts, blasted Republican Eric Cantor yesterday for congratulating former President George W. Bush on Usama bin Laden’s death. Frank accused Cantor of ‘politicizing’ the military operation in Pakistan that resulted in the death of the head of Al Qaeda and mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
The video of Frank’s statement can be found at Real Clear Politics.
However, Cantor actually gave credit to both Bush and Obama, which is only fitting given that the military and intelligence groundwork for Sunday’s operation was laid by the Bush Administration at a time when the former Senator Barack Obama was fighting the war on terror every step of the way.

Continue reading at Anthony G. Martin's Conservative Examiner...

Monday, May 02, 2011

Be Still and Know

The meditation and prayer for this evening is up at the ministry site.

You can access it here: Martin Christian Ministries.

You will also find some beautiful music to help you be quiet and still, and 'know.'

Five Troubling Facts about the Death of bin Laden

All of America celebrates the death of Al Qaeda leader and 9/11 mastermind Usama bin Laden. The elusive terrorist managed to flee from the pursuit of the U.S. military for 10 years, finally succumbing to various serious physical maladies, which forced him to hole up in a mansion just outside Islamabad in Pakistan. Early reports indicated that he was so seriously ill that he began to suffer from dementia, and believed that he was some sort of rich king or prince in Pakistan.
U.S. forces under the direction of General David Patraeus discovered where bin Laden was staying and conducted a military operation that resulted in the terrorist's death.
General Patraeus and the U.S. military deserve the accolades, the thanks and appreciation that is fitting for such a stunning feat.
While Americans have every right to celebrate and to savor the victory over the man who ordered the murder of 3000 citizens on September 11, 2001, troubling facts linger concerning bin Laden's death.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Music Spotlight for a Sunday Afternoon

Alright, folks, time for another profile of some great singers.

You'll find it over at the ministry site at Martin Christian Ministries.

Enjoy the music.  Try it.  You'll like it. 

Palin dazzles reporters at brunch for special needs

In spite of the fact that the Washington press corps's favorite sport is to bash Sarah Palin and her family in some of the most scornful and over-the-top rhetoric possible, reporters fell all over themselves trying to get their pictures taken with the potential Republican presidential contender at an annual brunch for special needs awareness. Politico is reporting today that Palin was clearly the star at the brunch, which is sponsored by Tammy Haddad and the Georgetown cocktail party set.  

Continue reading at Anthony G. Martin's Conservative Examiner.