Rev Bresciani is a journalist with over 30 years experience writing and pastoring. Over twenty five internet sites feature his articles, reports and reviews.
Posted 11/16/15 at 3:26 PM | Michael Bresciani
Yale and Mizzou students effectively ran off a school president and a chancellor all in the name of PC and liberal notions of a fantasy zone where students can feel “safe.”
Iran is building nukes, Isis is cutting off heads, just hours ago Paris came under terrorist siege and Europe is on the verge of war all the while America’s darlings of academia, the ranting royal reprobates of ridiculous are vying for a feeling of safety.
A generation after Woodstock, the liberal notions of the fantasy utopia where whale calls have finally been interpreted and the lovey-dovey dreams of diversity have finally bloomed; political correctness has at last spawned the militant arm of Royal PC Rangers who have made large circles where reporters, administrators, instructors and chancellors are forbidden. Reality and any semblance of real intelligence are tacitly also banned from the sanctuary of the inner circle.
Scrambling to avoid offense has sent deans and students running for cover as the PC leaders and their sycophantic armies of Yale and Mizzou brats have elected to become authoritarian and belligerent all at the same time.
Liberalism with an army, is Stalinism, Nazi-ism and fascism all rolled together. But for the prof’s who have fed students PC pabulum for a solid generation, it may be only that the touchy-feely chickens of pansy liberalism have at last - come home to roost. FULL POST
Posted 11/12/15 at 8:43 PM | Michael Bresciani
Author Doug Johnson, a prolific writer and blogger published a piece about how the election of Ted Cruz could end up getting Hillary into the oval office. I examined Doug’s article and after visiting his blog realized that this colorful writer was loaded with political savvy and a great deal of insight – but with a tinge of the conspiracy theorist penchant for the – ‘what is really behind the scenes, even though nobody can prove it.’
There was only one point in Doug’s article published on the newly rising ‘Barbwire’ website under the direction of J. Matt Barber that I could not get out of my craw. It had nothing to do with Hillary, but has to do with how the American voters perceive or understand what is being said to them by the various GOP candidates in this election cycle.
Mr. Johnson says that the reason Mr. Trump’s message resounds with so many Americans is because, it is delivered to them on the level of a fifth grader. FULL POST
Posted 11/5/15 at 7:39 AM | Michael Bresciani
My first inclination was to title this piece, “Obama threatens to spank school district for not favoring a single transgender student.”
Too crass, I thought, but along came an article before I got to write word one; it was entitled “Complete Anarchy’ as Obama Invades girls’ Showers.” The subtitle was even more scathing and reads “Feds force school to comply with 'profoundly stupid' rule.”
Good online writers’ hyperlink their important references for safety sake, but this one had to be connected for the reader whose incredulity would not allow them to believe what they were reading.
The story is not complicated. One boy who thinks he is a girl wants to play on girls teams, be allowed into the girls locker rooms and shower with the girls, is not satisfied with the broad accommodations the school district has already made.
Now liberalisms standard knight in shining armor (ACLU) has come to the boy’s defense along with Barack Obama breathing out warnings that the school will lose its Title IX federal funding if it does not speedily comply. FULL POST
Posted 10/29/15 at 1:54 PM | Michael Bresciani
Sen. Ted Cruz clobbered the moderators of the CNBC debate on Wednesday October 28 when he was asked a ‘gotcha’ question, but instead of taking the bait, he began to rebuke the CNBC inquisitors.
Cruz said, “The questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the American people don’t trust the media. This is not a cage match. And you look at the questions – 'Donald Trump, are you a comic book villain?' 'Ben Carson, can you do math?' 'John Kasich, will you insult two people over here?' 'Marco Rubio, why don’t you resign?' 'Jeb Bush, why have your numbers fallen?' How about talking about the substantive issues people care about?"
The crowd responded with the loudest and most exuberant outburst of applause in the entire debate.
Following the Texas Senators scathing rebuke the candidates stopped lobbing remarks at each other and even seemed to be more cordial than before. They began to commend and occasionally support each other’s remarks.
This was Barack Obama in reverse – Cruz showed that quality we have missed in the last seven years – the ability to unify.
The next endless debate now begins across the news cycles regarding who won the debate in total. For this writer it was Ted Cruz hands down. FULL POST
Posted 10/27/15 at 12:16 PM | Michael Bresciani
The late Harold Camping made his apologies before his death about forecasting the end of the world. Some false prophets don’t apologize for their mistakes because they were sent by an enemy to weaken and obfuscate the real message of prophecy. The desired effect is to turn hearts away from giving full credence to true biblical prophecy and sending the unwary glibly down the path to their own destruction.
We may fight, deny and decry true prophecy, but like everything else in our world, prophecy has its day.
“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” (Ec 3: 1)
Americans are people who eschew negative thinking, in fact, they are far more likely to accept a positive lie than a negative severe and upsetting truth, and it is human nature.
We tend to latch on to the guy with the positive message appendaged with a shiny new plan to bring it all to pass.
One candidate for Governor in Louisiana recently said Louisiana’s best days are ahead of us. Along comes Marco Rubio expanding the positive puffery with the idea that America is now entering its greatest “century.”
No one can trump Trump, who has promised he will “make America great again.” How can we lose? Anyone who has perfected his own economic welfare to the tune of ten billion should inspire us at the very least. FULL POST
Posted 10/16/15 at 3:48 PM | Michael Bresciani
Realism ignores the blather of both the pessimist and the optimist. The realist does not ask if the glass is half full or half empty. When an eight ounce glass is half gone the realist says there is four ounces of fluid in the glass. It is a statement of fact not a positive or a negative statement.
The America we live in today is almost depleted of all morality and is about to be emptied out in judgment and shame. This also is neither positive nor negative – this is a fact.
Any prophet, preacher, evangelist or Bible read layman who is willing to tell the truth has been proclaiming that America is on a slippery slope and is now approaching the bottom of that slope.
In easy to understand language – our glass is down to the last ounce!
This is our condition.
This is our answer to these conditions. FULL POST
Posted 10/12/15 at 11:26 AM | Michael Bresciani
The insults are flowing like a river this week. First GQ mag, a liberal rag, with all the class of a plane crash has taken to insulting Ben Carson for saying that people should defend themselves from mass murderers. There is little to say about a magazine that seems to be headquartered in a foreign land – world?
Then along comes Geraldo on the Factor Friday October 9, 2015 belittling Carson’s belief in Creationism.
Since the candidate I support is the one Rush recently declared as the “most principled,” Ted Cruz, no one can say I am speaking from bias. I am speaking from disgust at the pompous, self-assured Rivera who had to include millions of Americans in his insult.
Not everyone in America has swallowed the Darwinian Kool-Aid – some of us have chosen to think it out for ourselves. We have not all taken the word of some college professor who would flunk us if we don’t giggle along with him about the comical contentious remarks made about the creation story at the Scopes monkey trial of 1925.
It is reported that the court broke into laughter when Darrow asked the famous question about the serpent being cursed to crawl on its belly. When Bryan, who was called to the stand, replied with a simple –yes, he did believe that was what happened? Darrow said “Have you any idea how the snake went before that time?” FULL POST
Posted 10/9/15 at 6:55 AM | Michael Bresciani
According to a new Pew report republicans now favor new ideas over experience and a proven record.
The shift may well be just another way of saying we want Trump even if he doesn’t have a shred of experience. Republicans seem to be suffering from acute loss of memory. New ideas were how voters put Barack Obama into office in 2008. Obama’s accomplishments and his record prior to 08 were dismal to non-existent. ‘Change we can believe in’ was an empty campaign slogan with no clear definition.
Today we are sure, what Obama meant by the slogan, but we have not been sure about anything else since 2008.
The Pew report says, “Since March, the share of all registered voters who say it is more important for a presidential candidate to have “new ideas and a different approach” has surged – with virtually all of the increase coming among Republican and Republican-leaning voters. Today, by more than two-to-one (65% to 29%), Republican and Republican-leaning registered voters say it is more important that a candidate have new ideas than “experience and a proven record.” Just five months ago, GOP voters valued experience and a proven record over new ideas, 57% to 36%. FULL POST
Posted 10/5/15 at 7:13 PM | Michael Bresciani
Immediately after Chris Harper Mercer shot, killed and wounded almost two dozen people in the Umpqua Community College near Roseburg Oregon, the investigators, media and the usual plethora of ‘experts’ rushed to the scene to do what they do best – run the word ‘tragedy’ into the ground while wringing their hands in disbelief and confusion.
Second to the word ‘tragedy’ is the next great quest to ascertain the reasons – why?
Only those who know the scripture (The Bible) will get this answer right, but they will be the last ones to be asked, and as usual, their answers will be totally disregarded.
A unique aspect of this shooting is that 26 year old Mercer asked his victims if they were Christians. If they said yes, he shot them in the head. If they said no or remained silent he shot them in the legs. It is here that we come closer to the “why” of these shootings, but we will address the significance of this fact to summarize – a summary you may not like.
What is the source, or inspiration, for the answers of the ‘experts’?
The Police: looking for a motive in any crime is a standard procedure for the police and it is necessary to bring about proper charges and to some degree to make some sense out of the senseless. In the case of mass shootings motives are not always so clear. FULL POST
Posted 10/3/15 at 8:32 PM | Michael Bresciani
“The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.” (Pr 9: 10)
The fear (reverential awe) spoken of in Proverbs has to do with choosing both a source and a direction. When men choose God for their source and their directions in life they have passed out of darkness and into both light and life.
After utilizing a little empiricism to discover how God produced the worlds, the natural man engages pride, vanity and self-assurance to dismiss God. Then man proceeds to relegate faith in God to superstition, religious nonsense and laughable error.
They don’t stop learning because of this pathology, but they can never arrive at the right conclusions about many things including the most important one of all – their future.
Now that the hype about blood moons has gone
This writer gave fair warning about the blood moons long ago. Signs and emerging trends are capable of producing anticipation, ecstatic imaginations and lots of hype, but the truth of scripture is the strong steady stream of revelation which alone can be trusted.
The people of God must not look to astronomy, astrology or fanciful predictions and Nostradamus like veiled prophecies for guidance – it is idolatry. FULL POST