Thursday, August 30, 2012

Lefty Lunatics At Large In Frutvale Elementary School in HEMET, CA

We often become aware of the lunatic fringe on the Left when we read about their foolishness in the media or read it on the net.
This JUST happened…in Michigan. It was only a matter of time before Texas got in on the “terrorist threat” gravy train.

Get this: a 13-year-old student at the Cy-Fair ISD was sporting an NYPD t-shirt. She and her pals were pretending to play cops and robbers, each doing the ol’ “air gun” thing at each other. The teacher turned around and immediately thought this girl was aiming her imaginary glock at her. Fearing for her life (yes, this is what the teacher said), the hyperbolic teacher sent the fake gunslinger to the principal’s office. The result: a 3-day suspension for making a “terroristic threat.”

The district, naturally, refused to comment. Why? ‘Cause they know this is freakin’ stupidBeaumont Enterprise

Well sometimes it happens right under your nose; right in your own community, and that's when you know that it isn't just someone else's problem in some other remote place. THEY ARE EVERYWHERE!

It was just two days ago that I reposted THIS.  The first time I posted it, I was being facetious, but today it is reality. Crazy people, incapable of rational discernment are all around us.

Tonight a friend sent me a photocopy of a disciplinary referral slip that was issued to her friend's child at school today. I will not post the photo because I want to protect the child's identity. What was his offense?  It is hard to describe so I will just reproduce the teacher's actual description.

READY?  Here it is: "MAKING GUNS WITH HANDS." That's right. The little "perp" actually pointed his finger at another student.  Its a good thing the quick thinking teacher was their to protect her other students.  That finger could have "gone off" and caused some serious damage or even DEATH.

 When I was a kid, we got in trouble for making gestures with a different finger but, today that is protected as freedom of expression. Pointing your finger like a gun is considered a threat or a hate crime.

Shame, Shame, SHAME on the teacher and administrator at FRUITVATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN HEMET. They have no sense and no discernment. This is one of the reasons so many parents are homeschooling their children these days. Imbecilic dopes who don't know the difference between guns and fingers are in charge of teaching. That's probably why so many children don't know how to read and write and count and think.

Look out folks, CRAZY people are all around us. Most of them don't even know they're crazy but lots of them are high paid, union protected, perfeshunal skool ejukaters..

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

If Your Son's Name Is HUNTER, He May Be The Next TARGET Of The Anti-Gun Nuts

I Knew It; I Predicted It in This Post In 2008 And Again In 2010.  Watch Out.  If You Name Your Son "Hunter" He May Be The Next "TARGET" (no pun intended) Of The Anti-Gun Nuts. 


Do Not Do This Near A School.
Anyone Caught With A Loaded Finger
Will Be Expelled Or Incarcerated.

When They Outlaw Fingers, 
Only Outlaws Will Have Fingers

It has been reported that nearly 40,000 children take guns to school each year. That seems incredible. I am naturally skeptical so I wonder about the legitimacy of the report. But after giving the matter some objective consideration I have concluded that the unbelievable statistic is nonsense. Most of us know the reasoning behind the law and we know what a gun is. The outrageous statistic is driven by political correctness and is based on the sheer stupidity and inane foolishness of idiots who have no understanding of language.

Under new zero-tolerance policies, children have been removed from schools for possession of squirt guns, cap guns and even miniature gun replicas on key chains. Does anyone remember the little elementary school guy who drew a picture of a gun with a crayon, cut it out, and then pointed it at a classmate? He was expelled. Another student was expelled for pretending to have a gun.

I play a game with my grandson where we point our gun-shaped fingers and fire imaginary bullets at each other. He grabs his chest; then he reels, groans, staggers and falls in an incredible death act certainly worthy of an Oscar. He will start kindergarten soon and so now I am wondering if I am teaching him something that may get him expelled. If an imaginary or make-believe gun qualifies as a weapon, then, potentially, any student who points his index finger with his thumb cocked may be found guilty and punished for the illegal possession of a gun in a school. And as ridiculous as that might sound, that very act has already been determined to be an act of unlawful intimidation or even hate-motivated threats in some schools.

Most of our laws were written with good intentions. But they must be administered by people who have some sense of wisdom and understanding. Unfortunately there is very little of that left in the world. Some of the very people we entrust to teach our children those qualities are unequipped and incapable of rational thinking or discernment themselves.

Foolishness brings joy to those who have no sense; a sensible person stays on the right path. Proverbs 15:21

This post was originally titled, "Do Not Bring Loaded Fingers To School."  When I first posted it two years ago, I was being sarcastic.  I was doing, what Rush Limbaugh calls, illustrating absurdity by being absurd.  I really thought this kind of nonsense was unusual and rare. 
Well I was wrong.  It has happened again.  This unbelievable incident was recorded on page 15 in the May, 2010 edition of AMERICA'S FIRST FREEDOM, a publication of the NRA. 

A 6-year-old Michigan boy was suspended for two days after making a "gun" with his hand and pointing it at other students.  School officials in Ionia said the boy's actions made other students uncomfortable  The boy's mother, however, said there was no violent intention in his behavior, He's only six and he doesn't understand any of this," she told the Grand Rapids Press.

Fortunately, all my grandchildren are home schooled and, therefore, protected from the lunatics that run the public school asylums.


Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Charles Spurgeon on UNITY

To remain divided is sinful! Did not our Lord pray, that they may be one, even as we are one”? (John 17:22). A chorus of ecumenical voices keep harping the unity tune. What they are saying is, “Christians of all doctrinal shades and beliefs must come together in one visible organization, regardless… Unite, unite!” Such teaching is false, reckless and dangerous. Truth alone must determine our alignments. Truth comes before unity. Unity without truth is hazardous. Our Lord’s prayer in John 17 must be read in its full context. Look at verse 17: “Sanctify them through thy truth; thy word is truth.” Only those sanctified through the Word can be one in Christ. To teach otherwise is to betray the Gospel.”
Charles H. Spurgeon

“It is our solemn conviction that where there can be no real spiritual communion there should be no pretence of fellowship. Fellowship with known and vital error is participation in sin.”
Charles Spurgeon

Monday, August 13, 2012

God Didn't Save Noah Because He Was A Good Man

In the 1950s, Tennessee Ernie Ford popularized the old spiritual song,   "Noah Found Grace In The Eyes Of The Lord."   The lyrics began like this:

The Lord looked down from His window in the sky;
     He said, "I created man but I don't remember why;
"Nothin' but fightin' since creation day,
     "I'll send a little water and I'll wash 'em all away."

The Lord came down and looked around a spell,
     And there was Mr. Noah behavin' mighty well.
And that is the reason the scriptures record,
     "Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord."

That was a fun song but really lousy doctrine.  The problem with it is that it insinuates that Noah was a good man and it perpetuates the myth that good people go to heaven and bad people go to hell.

 Look; regardless of what you have been told or what you would like to believe, God did NOT save Noah because he was the only good man on earth; in fact, there were probably thousands of people who were better than he.  But from God's perspective, Noah was just as wicked as everyone else. God saved Noah because He purposed to show mercy and grace to an undeserving, dirty, rotten, low-life scumbag.

How do I know that?  Look at the passage in Genesis 6:5-6.  "And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.  And it repented the Lord that He had made man on the earth, and it grieved Him at His heart.  And the Lord said, 'I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air, for it repenteth me that I have made them.'"

Did you see that?  The blanket indictment about man (all men, collectively) is that EVERY imagination of the thoughts of his heart was ONLY EVIL CONTINUALLY.  All mankind was wicked; every one of them and Noah was no different.  He was a sinner JUST LIKE THE REST OF THEM (AND US) BECAUSE HE WAS ONE OF THEM.

Are things any different today?  NO!  After God destroyed all life in the flood, He made a promise (Gen. 8:21) "...and the Lord said in His heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more everything living, as I have done." 

So even though God destroyed everyone except Noah and his sons, God's assessment was still the same; "...for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth."   Why?  Because Noah was still a man with a sin nature as were his sons.  They were still dirty rotten, low-life scumbags.  The verses that follow leaves no doubt that Noah and his sons wasted no time returning to their old depraved ways. 

Nevertheless, God promised that He would not destroy the world with a flood again for man's sake.

Here is the Good News for all of us; Noah was a sinner saved by God's grace.  He didn't deserve it and there was nothing he could do to earn it.  God looked on him with grace and verse 9 in chapter 6 goes on to say that "Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God."

There is a biblical order of events to note, in those two verses regarding Noah's saving faith, that is consistent in all those who are saved:
       1.     Verse 8 says that Noah found grace.  In a great act of mercy, God sovereignly extended His grace toward Noah.
       2.     Noah was justified or declared to be righteous by God.
       3.     Thus, Noah was perfect (made complete) in so far as God's records are concerned.
       4.     Therefore, he was able (enabled) to walk with God.

It was God's grace that made Noah aware of his dirty, rotten, sinful condition before a righteous, holy God.  And it was God's grace that made him fear God enough to believe (trust) Him and obey (worship) Him.

Biblical salvation in any age is exactly this way;  It is by God's sovereign grace, received through faith, that a believer is justified before God and declared to be complete in Him  Then, only as a result of, and on the basis of this gift of Grace can one "walk" in fellowship with God, showing the genuineness of faith by (H)is works.

John Piper sums it up like this;
"This is the meaning of grace.  We cannot obtain a right standing with God because of our works.  It must be a free gift.  We can only receive it by faith, cherishing it as our great treasure.  This is why the Bible says,  "By grace you have been saved through faith.   And this is not our own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast" (Eph. 2:8-9).  Christ suffered and died so that good works would be the effect, not the cause, of our acceptance.  Not surprisingly, then, the next sentence says, "For we are...created in Christ Jesus for good works" (Eph. 2:10).  That is we are saved for good works, not by good works."