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To Whom Do Black Lives Matter?

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Since 1973 in the US, an estimated thirteen million black babies have been delivered by their black mothers to death by abortion. Add to that number the many thousands of Black-on-Black murders in this nation annually, plus the 75% out-of-wedlock birthrate for black children, and it seems to me that someone isn’t valuing black lives!

“Black Lives Matter” is appearing on protest signs all over the country, wherever societal hustlers are lighting flames of racial hatred. Though blame is insinuated far and wide, in practical reality it is the black community that does not value black life!

My teenage daughter and I recently participated in a silent protest in front of an abortion clinic in our city. We observed that the overwhelming majority were black women arriving for “services.” It was an eye-opener for us to witness the casual nature of those delivering their unborn babies into the hands of killers…as if black babies were of no value at all!

Last week’s Ferguson riots displayed another example of the self-devaluing of the black community, as most of the physical damage done to the city hurt black business owners the worst. The shops destroyed by black men and women will not be able to employ or serve black men and women. Furthermore, the representatives of this self-destroyed community seem intent on importing their failure throughout the country.

A people group who in high percentages, kills their own unborn, abuses their living children, and neglects healthy behaviors like marriage, sobriety, and industriousness, is not going to receive respect among the larger society. This pronouncement of “no value” is most tragic, because it is self-assessed!

These problems will only be remedied through revival, starting with black pastors, who have been contributing to the downward spiral of their race, all for profit and power. Whites have little to contribute to this remedy. Our assessments are easily labeled racist, and our “cures” insensitive.

So, to the black community, especially those who call on Christ as Lord, revive yourselves! It’s as simple as being honest, and putting away the blame-shifting. You’ll have to find the way to do your own re-assessing, if you’re ever going to become a high valued culture.

“Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.” (Colossians 3:12-14/ESV)

The purpose of this blog is to encourage Christ-followers to see God’s Big Picture and be a part of it.

 

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Will liberals disown LGBT icon Harvey Milk for having sex with 16-year-old boys?

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Liberals are quick to attack Judge Roy More for possibly dating a 19-year-old adult, but will they denounce LGBT icon Harvey Milk, who had sexual relationships with minors at age 33? Milk was a serial statutory rapist.

One of his victims was a 16-year-old boy. Milk managed to convince the boy that he should runaway from his Maryland home and join him in San Fransico. The boy was named Jack Galen McKinley. The legal age of consent in California was 18, and remains unchanged.

In 1982, the official biography of Harvey Milk was published called The Mayor of Castro Street. The book was written by homosexual author Randy Shilts. In the book, Shilts wrote of Milk’s “relationship” with the McKinley boy:

Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure. At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him.

Years later, McKinley committed suicide.

Milk took advantage of a boy who desperately sought a “father figure,” to use as a sex toy. Liberal democrats have managed to release U.S. Milk postage stamps, organize government subsidized Milk celebrations, and even a name a USNS Naval Ship after this rapist.

Who do they characterize Judge Roy Moore as being a sexual deviant for potentially dating a 19-year-old, but proudly exalt and exonerate a serial statutory rapist?

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MUST READ: Widow of ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle issues statement to NFL.

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Taya Kyle, the widow of ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle, released a letter directed to the NFL via Facebook. Her message pertains to the present decision of National Football League players to kneel during the national anthem.

“Dear NFL,

You were doing your part to bring people together and heal the world. That’s really how healing works. We heal by loving each other and leading by example; showing people what is possible when we love each other just as we are and not only recognize our differences but celebrate them and look at how we can use them together to make us jointly better than our separate parts. You were doing your part celebrating each other based on skills, talent and a joint vision without regard to color and religion.

You were doing your part and we were doing ours. We showed up cheering and groaning together to [sic] as one. We talked in the concession lines and commiserated and celebrated our team together. Did it ever occur to you that you and we were already a mix of backgrounds, races and religions? We were already living the dream you want, right in front of you.

Your desire to focus on division and anger has shattered what many people loved most about the sport. Football was really a metaphor for our ideal world –different backgrounds, talents, and histories actually made us one big team with one big goal – to do well, to win, TOGETHER.

You are asking us to abandon what we loved about togetherness and make choices of division. Will we stand with you? Will we stand with our flag? What does it mean? What does it mean if we buy a ticket or NFL gear? What does it mean if we don’t? It is the polar opposite of the easy togetherness we once loved in football.

It was simple – we loved you and you loved us – with all of our races, religions and different backgrounds. Simplicity in a crazy world was pretty awesome.

You dear NFL, have taken that. You have lost me here.

If you ever want to get off your knees and get to work on building bridges, let me know. I have found screaming about the problems in service marriages or even standing in silence in front of them, hasn’t healed even one of them. On the other hand, funding the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation, building a team and rolling up my sleeves to get in the trenches during my ‘off time’ -volunteering there outside of my paying jobs – has proven to make real change.

You have a lot of strong guys, I am sure in the off season a lot of them could build some pretty big bridges if they care enough to do the hard work. That would involve getting off their knees and getting to work though. I can do it while I raise two kids as their only parent and work through the greatest pain of my life, let’s see if they can do it for the issues they say they care so much about.

Go Longhorns and Sic ‘Em …

Sincerely,

Taya”

In 2013, Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield were fatally shot. Taya Kyle is now a single mother, raising two children.

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Eleven U.S. states to drop suit over transgender bathroom order

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Eleven U.S. states have agreed to drop a lawsuit against an Obama administration order for transgender students to use bathrooms of their choice after the measure was revoked by President Donald Trump, a court filing showed on Thursday.

In a filing in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Justice Department said the states, led by Texas, had agreed to drop the lawsuit, and it was dropping its appeal against a federal judge’s August stay on the Obama directive.

In their suit in May, the states said Democratic President Barack Obama’s administration overstepped its authority by ordering public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms matching their gender identity, rather than their birth gender, or risk losing federal funding.

Obama officials had said that barring students from such bathrooms violated Title IX, the federal law that forbids sex discrimination in education.

But the directive enraged conservatives who say federal civil rights protections cover biological sex, not gender identity. Obama was succeeded by Trump, a Republican, when he left office in January.

Texas was joined in the lawsuit by Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin. The Arizona Department of Education, Maine Republican Governor Paul LePage and two school districts also were parties to the suit.

A federal judge in August barred adoption of the order during the hearing of the case. The Justice Department appealed the stay, saying it should only apply to the states challenging the order.

Last week, the Trump administration rescinded the order, leaving states and school boards to decide how to accommodate transgender students.

Other lawsuits about the rights of transgender students are being heard in the courts.

The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on March 28 addressing the question of whether the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia can block a female-born transgender student from using the boys’ bathroom.

(Reporting by Ian Simpson; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)

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