Can You Spare a Minute?

It was a terrifying time in England. A Nazi invasion was imminent  Thousands were dying at the height of horror that was World War II.

Evil was conquering the world. Nothing on earth could stop it. Millions were lost. Hope was lost. Then in 1942, British forces started employing a secret weapon that even today, little is known about. Few talk about it. But history proves just how effective it was in turning the tide.

“Soon after the end of hostilities in Europe in 1945, a British Intelligence officer, interrogating high Nazi officials, asked one of them why he thought Germany had lost the war. This was the reply: “During the war, you had a secret weapon for which we could find no counter-measure, and which we did not understand, but it was very powerful.”
                      Brother, Can You Spare A Minute? By Brad Fenichel

Today, September 28th, 2012, there are exactly 40 days before our national elections. It seems, once again, the forces of evil are winning. The world, teetering on the brink of World War III, our military killed in action for people who hate and murder us; our way of life attacked as we are called the Great Satan. We need to open our eyes as evil is called good, good is named as bad. Millions are suffering, many more deluded and blinded by deceivers. We need help. We need a weapon, this secret weapon the Nazis had no counter-measure for. This weapon, our Greatest Generation employed to win the war.

Starting today, and for the next 40 days, I join thousands of our Minute Men and Women in this campaign.

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The Pakistan’s Telecommunications Authority has issued a list of 1,700 words it considers “offensive and obscene,” and has demanded that mobile providers begin filtering them from text messages as of Monday.

The demand letter said the order was legal under a 1996 law preventing people from sending information through the telecommunications system that is ‘false, fabricated, indecent or obscene’.

It also stated that free speech could be restricted ‘in the interest of the glory of Islam’, which explains why ‘Jesus Christ’ is on the banned list.

The Jars

By:  Vathan Shettigar from The CSF Nov 16 2011

The preacher placed two identical jars on the table next to the pulpit.  He quoted 1 Samuel 16:7 ‘The Lord does not look at the things man looks at. Man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart”

These jars came from the same factory, were made of the same materials, and can hold the same amount. But they are different, he explained.

Then he upset one and

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Duty Honor Country



I remember getting on the bus heading to boot camp. The last ride before the Drill Sargent shouting started. Walking down the aisle there were lots of faces that didn’t look like mine. Lots of different colors and accents, none of which were familiar to this young scared farm boy. A bus full of long hair hippie types, gung-ho copycats following in their Dad’s footsteps and tough city kids – more than a few one police stop away from jail. Viet Nam as winding down but body bags were still being filled.  A bus full of individuals by chance heading in the same direction.

A few short weeks later, we were marching down the parade field. We marched as a team, a proud cohesive unit of One. Same uniform, same hair cut and we were all the same color – Army Green. We started Boot as individuals, boys mostly. We graduated that day as soldiers. In the following years of service to our country, most of us survived. Some didn’t.

To all the other Vets out there

Thank you for your service. May God Bless you.

From Boot I went on pilot Hueys for the 1st Cav Division

Heaven To Hell

By: A.J. Philip, Indian Currents 13 Novenber 2011

It is easy to level charges of abuse against anyone who runs an orphanage for girls.  This is precisely what seems to have happened at the orphanage run by P.P. Job in Coimbatore from where girls were “rescued”.  None of the children in question ever made any such allegations.

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The Rising Nepal Nation, November 5  2011 | Kartik 19,   2068 B.S. Saturday

By A Staff reporter Kathmandu, Nov. 3

Twenty-three children of remote Karnali, who were studying at an India based Christian school, are left stranded in the capital after they were brought to Kathmandu by Esther Benjamin Trust Nepal.

The Bhakundol based trust brought the students to Nepal in the name of rescuing them from what it termed as “trafficking” of Nepali girls to India.

However, the parents of the students said that some representatives of the trust- an Indian citizen named Shailaja, and Dilu Tamang, Bhaskar Jung Karki and Nir Karki brought the students to

Kathmandu forcibly from the Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School without informing them.

Speaking at the programme, Alina Chauhan, one of the students, said the people of the trust claimed that they were the representatives of Nepal Government and journalists and lawyers when they reached at the India based school.

Chauhan added that “Initially we refused to come with them but later agreed when they promised that they would return us back to our school after ten days.”

“The organization brought us on September 4 from the School. It has

hampered our study. We request that a strong punishment be given to the trust people who brought us here. We also need a good school to give continuity to our education,” the studentsdemanded.

The students had been getting free education at school and they would also get free university education in India, parents said.

Parents blamed that the organization had attempted to destroy the future and character of the students, all of who are girls. They also demanded for a proper legal action to be taken against the organization and better education for all the “rescued” students.

However, Anuradhara Koirala, chairperson of the Maiti Nepal, said that parents of three to four students had requested her organization to rescue their children from the India based school.

Meanwhile, Nir Karki of the trust said that Concerned for Working Children (CWC) of India had rescued all the students and then brought them to Nepal. It later handed them to the Nepalese police in Bhairahawa and the police then handed them over to their.

The trust had also filed the case at Supreme Court on Tuesday against the alleged traffickers, who took the Nepali girls to India.

This is  a news conference with some of the girls speaking out about what has happened.