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Personal Loss and the Preservation of Family, Faith, Freedom

It’s the end of another Sunday, that day of rest for those of us that honor the Sabbath on this day.  As the evening draws around, I wanted to share some personal thoughts. We are engaged in the cause of preserving our children’s future, rooted in the family – the foundation of that free society – and fundamentally religious liberty.

It was such sobering and tragic news to learn of the fire that killed seven children in an Orthodox Jewish Sabbath fire on Saturday, March 21, 2015.  As a mother of five myself, I cannot fathom the overwhelming grief the surviving father must feel, now watching his wife and only remaining child – a 14 year old daughter – suffer in critical condition in the hospital from extensive burns.

First, the irony.  Orthodox Jewish religious tradition does not permit flames for cooking on the Sabbath.  Meanwhile, ISIS violence – as evidenced in videos of beheading and burning “infidels” alive in the Middle East, continued threats of terrorist attacks in the region – puts the cause of freedom into perspective in light of this faithful family’s loss.

Second, nothing is as precious as the life of a child, preservation of family and the bond they create through religious faith.  These children have lost their physical lives and the parents and remaining child will be emotionally scarred, but they have not lost their souls – not a single one of those seven children.  They were “pure” in the eyes of G-d as their father Gabriel Sassoon said.  Their faith will sustain this family.  I have utmost respect for my Orthodox Jewish friends and their religious traditions.  My prayers are with this family and a community in mourning.

That is a lesson for all of us.

We are surrounded by so much suffering, but our collective faith, whether Jew or Christian, tells us there is still a G-d and that He is in charge, that there is more beyond this life, and that we will have eternal peace if we are true to our faith. Our Divine Maker knows all, and there is a purpose to everything under heaven.

I thought it would be appropriate to quote from the translated Jewish bible Kohelet Chapter 3, sentiments shared by Christian and Jew alike:

Everything has an appointed season, and there is a time for every matter under the heaven. אלַכֹּל זְמָן וְעֵת לְכָל חֵפֶץ תַּחַת הַשָּׁמָיִם:
2A time to give birth and a time to die; a time to plant and a time to uproot that which is planted. בעֵת לָלֶדֶת וְעֵת לָמוּת עֵת לָטַעַת וְעֵת לַעֲקוֹר נָטוּעַ:
3A time to kill and a time to heal; a time to break and a time to build. געֵת לַהֲרוֹג וְעֵת לִרְפּוֹא עֵת לִפְרוֹץ וְעֵת לִבְנוֹת:
4A time to weep and a time to laugh; a time of wailing and a time of dancing. דעֵת לִבְכּוֹת וְעֵת לִשְׂחוֹק עֵת סְפוֹד וְעֵת רְקוֹד:
5A time to cast stones and a time to gather stones; a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing. העֵת לְהַשְׁלִיךְ אֲבָנִים וְעֵת כְּנוֹס אֲבָנִים עֵת לַחֲבוֹק וְעֵת לִרְחֹק מֵחַבֵּק:
6A time to seek and a time to lose; a time to keep and a time to cast away. ועֵת לְבַקֵּשׁ וְעֵת לְאַבֵּד עֵת לִשְׁמוֹר וְעֵת לְהַשְׁלִיךְ:
7A time to rend and a time to sew; a time to be silent and a time to speak. זעֵת לִקְרוֹעַ וְעֵת לִתְפּוֹר עֵת לַחֲשׁוֹת וְעֵת לְדַבֵּר:
8A time to love and a time to hate; a time for war and a time for peace. חעֵת לֶאֱהֹב וְעֵת לִשְׂנֹא עֵת מִלְחָמָה וְעֵת שָׁלוֹם:


Faith and Loss

No matter the sorrow, tragedy or the loss we may face, let us never, ever lose our faith.

I witnessed a miniscule slice of the Sassoon’s tragedy in my own family.  My mother lost her oldest son in an Air Force F-100 jet crash, his body also badly burned.  After a month-long search, his aircraft was found and his body recovered.  I was only about six years old, but for years I watched my faithful mother carry on with her life and do so much good for so many.  She was my role model and so involved in the early days of protecting Life and family.  On occasion in her solitude, I caught her weeping over that loss of her son.  Nothing is quite as difficult as the loss of a child.

The news of the Sassoon family’s loss became a metaphor.   I reflected on the losses experienced by those of us who have been fighting for the preservation of the family, marriage, a child’s need for both a mother and a father, and religious liberty.  The past two years have been stunningly swift in burning down these noble institutions under new, activist judge interpretations of the law.

Who would have imagined that Utah would be the first in a string of state-by-state cloned legal challenges?   Those of us who have sacrificed so much over the years are now in mourning these losses.  But we also know that God is in charge and that we will never give in.  We will be here tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, because it is not just the earthly physical lives of our children being harmed, but their eternal souls are under attack.

I received two notes this week from friends in this fight that brought me to tears.

One was a forward on a comment a former campaign worker mentioned of me – that I was feared by both men and women.  I was grateful that he was defending my “principled” approach, and that he was concerned that it may have been a reason for my loss when I ran for U.S. Senate in 2010.  No doubt there were many reasons, but I have no regrets that I spoke the truth and if I was “feared,” so be it.  As Jesus said in Matthew 13:9, “Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.” Sometimes the truth is hard to hear and too many are hard of hearing.

Another comment was a heartfelt letter from a young woman who has joined the ranks of grassroots activists more recently and who has observed the onslaught of discouraging events that are destroying the civil rights of children in protecting their need to have both a mother and a father in a committed marriage relationship.

She wrote:

I’ve been pondering: It’s easy to make personal sacrifices to serve in our county and state when one knows one can make a difference for good. And if you know your team is winning, it’s even easier to want to join the team!

But what if one can’t make a difference for good because the majority supports the opposite? And what if your team keeps losing? What, then, IS the point of serving and sacrificing precious time with family? What’s the point of being sleep deprived with worry and concern and extra meetings and studying and research, and all the extra stress and responsibility, and feeling your health deteriorate, and seeing all the muck of dishonesty and hypocrisy up close in your face — even thrown IN your face??! Why, then, would I or anyone want to serve in my community, state, and/or country?

I’ve concluded (and must keep remembering) that men and women who truly know and love God, family, and this country won’t give up.

They physically can’t sit down and watch from the sidelines while others tear down God, family, and our country.

They have to be true to the inner voice inside them that insistently says, “YOU are on the right side! And you CAN make a difference!” even when we’re outnumbered, outmaneuvered, out-of-money, out-of-resources, out-of-time, out-of-every-last-drop-of-energy.

True Americans are true to correct principles even if they are not popular and the majority ignore them, mock them or twist them to their advantage.

True Americans are true to God first, and to serving Him, and to doing it His way simply because they know He’s always right, and that somehow it all works out in the end!

Our county, state, and nation need more true Americans like you to step up to the plate.

Thank you for stepping up to the plate over all these years and for being great examples to me.

Carry on! I’m following you!

Carry On

It’s true.  I am not engaged in this fight for Liberty because it’s fun or because I’m in a popularity contest for most likeable activist.  It’s not even what I had envisioned my life to be when I started out as a new bride, then a young mother raising five children.

I had always thought if I lived a good life and if I did the right things, or asked for forgiveness when I really messed up, the Lord would bless me and I’d spend my retiring years in contentment, playing with grandchildren on some Golden Pond somewhere in New Hampshire.

It’s been a different path. Not that the Lord hasn’t blessed me, but it has been a path full of bumps and stumbling blocks.  At times it looked as though I was on a dead end or even that I was falling off a cliff.

Today I’m either loved or hated for the views I express publicly.

The criticism comes sometimes even from friends and family, or those who only hear – or are influenced by – the news sound bites, opinions that almost always come from sources that either do not understand the issues, who cannot dig deeply enough into the crux of the point, or who actually believe the counterfeit arguments from a progressive media. It is sometimes daunting.

We all love to be on the winning team.  No one likes being a loser.  It’s a universal pursuit of happiness to succeed in an environment that supports success.

I come from a strong musical theatre background and have sung professionally for most of my adult life from Off-Broadway to National Tours to Regional Theatre and local community theatre.

One of the songs I sang from the 1970s was written by the masters of the Broadway showstoppers of the day – Kander and Ebb – called Maybe This Time.  “Everybody loves a winner,” the song goes.

When it comes to conservative policy in 2015, it appears we are losing, and as the lyrics continue: “so nobody loved me.”

How many times have I sat in the bleachers of a football game when the team I’m supporting is getting slaughtered?  It’s easy to criticize and to sideline quarterback. When one of my sons was out on that field in high school as a wide receiver, I understood more completely that real young men are out there playing an inner game of football.  The coaches are “building character,” we say, by teaching them not to give up –  even in the face of defeat – and how to turn the game around.

My own mother taught me to “take lemons and make lemonade.” At my first piano recital, I knew that song backwards and forwards, but as I sat at the piano bench my knees were knocking and my fingers shaking. I began, and not far into the song, I played a wrong chord. Five wrong tries later, I heard a desperate voice from the back of the audience, my mother, in a loud whisper: “Just go on.” And I did.

(I became a singer instead.)

But those three words “Just go on,” have made all the difference in my life.

How Shall We “Carry On?”

Although Utah’s marriage law was only one issue, it is the example for all issues.  We the People have allowed a single individual -a federal judge to unilaterally, without a hearing, strike down Utah’s constitutional law protecting marriage between a man and a woman in the false name of “civil rights.”

Why?  Because we have elected a majority of people who lack principle and who are of a weak character.

But whose “civil rights?”

In Australia, a socialist nation only a few steps farther down the road to serfdom from the United States,  abortion is a civil right, too.  Through its Medicare program, it’s “free.”

I’ll put it bluntly:  Australia has walked away from God’s law and has rewritten murder as a civil right.  When Roe v. Wade’s decision became the law of the land, we had lost.  We had to make a decision.  Do we pack up and go home and allow evil to win?

No.  Never.

The media would have you believe I and others who share the same view on principled governance are simply  “extremists.”  Even some of our “Republican” leaders in Utah call us “extremist” because we believe this nation has walked away from God and its once biblically-based jurisprudence.  We hear so much about “partisanship” and the need for “bipartisanship.”

What are they talking about?  How do you compromise between good and evil?  Compromise comes with the details of how to get something done, not the principles themselves.  When we ask for bi-partisan compromise and the issue is a moral issue, we are asking for those that believe the most to acquiesce to those who believe the least.  We then become  secular humanist in policy.  It is the tug of war between God and Caesar.  If you chart the direction this has been heading for decades, it will show a sharp loss of personal liberty and a huge gain in big government control.  Caesar is winning that war.

The loss of principled leadership brings a loss of liberty.  This is what compromising with evil does.

Now we have a strongly Republican Congress that is also blurry-eyed when it comes to principled leadership.  In short, we elected them to set this nation’s heart and soul right so that fiscal stability will follow (throughout history, it always does), and nothing is happening.  In fact, promises to stop the immorality of the redistribution of wealth in areas not enumerated to the federal government by forcing ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion (which uses taxpayer funds to support abortion), is a prime example.  Congress had the power of a check and balance on the US Supreme Court’s decision, but it went silent.

The inability of a Republican Congress to enforce the law on illegal immigration and to curtail the side effects of crime, drug cartels and the weakening of workforce wages defies its party platform.  To delay passage of a law to further restrict abortion, another party platform, is unconscionable.

This has not come at the hands of Democrats alone, but by the added support of Republicans.

This is not just problematic, it’s evidence that the Republican Party is merely a party of empty platitudes with candidates that are required to go through a Karl Rove sieve that has no intention of being that party of principle it once was.

Now talk show host Glenn Beck has announced he’s leaving the Republican Party.  As one who was for a short time on the top levels of a third party, I ask, just where will he go?  Our laws are crafted and guarded by the two parties that control the system.

My experience in a third party is that human nature will prevail unless the leadership of that party is principled.  The quest for power and unrighteous dominion over man’s free will is not necessarily overcome by establishing a third party.  Third parties on a national scale spend the majority of time simply getting ballot access, which wears volunteers down and impedes the ability to organize the candidate’s campaign.

What do we do then?

1. We do what we can to influence good wherever we are.  We do so because it is right, because it is God’s will, not man’s law, that governs our actions.  Our laws may turn against God’s law, and they have, but we still have the freedom to speak out, to act up, and to advocate for liberty.  Freedom isn’t free.

2. To our opponents I say:  Your liberty to do as you please, regardless of any moral standard, will continue to burn this nation’s house down and there will be a heavy price to pay to build it back up.

3. To the many leaders many stalwart leaders in the battle for the heart and soul of this nation who are feeling a deep loss and who are in mourning, I use my friend’s words:  “Carry on.”  The American founders consecrated all they had for liberty – their lives, fortunes and sacred honor.  They knew that religious liberty was so fundamental that they enshrined it as an unalienable right First and then ensured its protection in the Second Amendment – the right to bear arms.

May our prayers continue to be for the American people to wake up, for our hearts to turn back to God, for liberty to prevail.  We will not give up, even if we are temporarily “losing” and do not experience the immediate reward.  Because, as syndicated columnist Cal Thomas said many years ago, “I’ve read the Book, and in the end WE win!”

Here’s Jackie Evancho singing The Lord’s Prayer. It is my prayer that this performance by a 12 year old that has a gift from God will inspire you, and that it will keep this eternal perspective in view as we continue in this Good fight.  Win or lose, we will stay the course.

The Wasatch Watch Alert

Here are some bills making their way through the Utah Legislature that need our attention.

1. SB 99 – Public Accommodations – Jim Dabakis
This bill will make it legal for a person that “sincerely believes” he or she is the opposite sex to enter a woman’s bathroom, shower area or locker room. Click here for contacting the Utah Senate. This has already begun in Utah, at Park City High School. We will be inviting everyone to an online presentation soon. If you want to be on our invitation list, please click to sign up now.

2. SB 100 – Anti-Discrimination – Steve Urquhart
Vote NO!  Click on the blank video and it will start.

TRAILER for Utah Gay Pride video from Robert Starling on Vimeo.

3. HB 322 – Religious Liberty Recognition and Protection – L. Christensen

Representative Christensen is an attorney who crafted Utah’s Amendment 3, protecting marriage as the union between a man and a woman. He has created this bill to incorporate the protection of all Americans from unfair housing and hiring practices, as well as the protection of their religious beliefs.

4. HJR 14 – Call for a Constitutional Convention

Much misinformation has been disseminated by well-meaning legislators and citizens who are relatively new to this fight for states’ rights. This is a dangerous solution that will put the original U.S. Constitution at risk by putting it in the hands of people such as Nancy Pelosi and others in Congress (the entity that calls the convention) in charge. As frustrated and concerned as we are about the overreach of the federal government, we must clearly understand the intent of the founders and what the Constitution actually says.

Please watch this informative video. The attorney that introduces it is Mark Stubbs, a former member of the Idaho legislature, an attorney and long time friend and advisor of American Leadership Fund.

4.  Forbes Magazine Barbeques Utah Governor Herbert’s ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion – “Worst Than We Thought…”  Here are the links to the articles.

Healthy Utah Obamacare Expansion – Worse Than Expected

Governor Herbert’s ObamaCare Expansion Won’t Work

Will Governor Herbert Engage in ObamaCare Debate Or Stick With Name Calling?

It takes three policies at the state level for ObamaCare to work:

1.  State Exchange.  Check.

2.  Implementation of ACO (glorified government-run HMO).  Check.

3.  Medicaid Expansion.

If we put all three in place, Utah is saying YES to ObamaCare.

Contact your legislators today – email and phone.  Here’s the list.

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Cherilyn Eagar Radio Show: LGBT Outrage Over LDS – “My Husband’s Not Gay!” and Islamic Terrorist Expert Issues Warning

Listen to The Cherilyn Eagar Radio Show – recorded January 10, 2014
Co-Hosts Jeff Chamberlain – The Hollywood “Why Guy” and Tim Irwin, the Constitutional Mayor Pro Tem
Interviews with David Pickup, Therapist (reparative) and author Bill Federer, Islamic expert.

A New Civil Rights Movement Action Plan – Are You IN?

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A new civil rights movement is beginning. In the words of our friend Brian Camenker of MassResistance: We need a change of philosophy, attitude and action.

Like Brian, who has been a warrior in pro-family causes for over 20 years in Massachusetts, I’ve also been in the trenches of the culture wars for over 37 years. We have both seen what works in several states, and we’ve discussed our observations for hours on end by phone and conference call.

We believe we are on the verge of a real civil rights movement that has been awakened by egregious Court actions against the Houston Five pastors and the Idaho church that is standing its ground against either being fined or forced out of business because of its religious beliefs.

We are gathering only those that are willing and able to engage on a level that will rival what we had to do post-Roe v. Wade. I’m deeply indebted to Brian for putting many of our mutual thoughts into a concrete action plan. Continue reading A New Civil Rights Movement Action Plan – Are You IN?

Another Award for Cherilyn Eagar from Columnist Paul Rolly

When you put yourself on the chopping block, you’re bound to get chopped.

That’s an understatement for those of us who are engaged in the very emotional issues of why children need both a mom and a dad and why homosexual parenting is emotionally traumatic to children, alienating a child from one or the other of the biological parents.

You become accustomed to being called a “bigot,” “homophobic,” and other vulgar names I cannot write.

You get used to having your religious beliefs mocked, being bullied, harassed, and intimidated. I’ve had tires slashed, a swastika spray-painted on my driveway, a death threat, and our business harmed because we donated to Prop 8.

I’m not alone. Every one of my colleagues has experienced this vicious hatred.

Now and then, you just have to sit back and find some humor in all the seriousness of being on the firing line of our nation’s most controversial issues. This is one of those moments. Continue reading Another Award for Cherilyn Eagar from Columnist Paul Rolly

Gay Gestapo on a Rampage and a Mormon Perspective: Korihor

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Here’s a sampling of recent news articles that are increasingly filling news pages with greater velocity since the Courts have been overturning state Natural Marriage laws. (It has become necessary now to distinguish between natural and “unnatural” with the advent of deconstructionist language imposed upon a once Judeo-Christian western world of logic and rational thought.) Continue reading Gay Gestapo on a Rampage and a Mormon Perspective: Korihor

American Leadership Fund Amicus Filed at US Supreme Court Defending Utah’s Marriage Law

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The following news release was published today:

American Leadership Fund Amicus Filed at U.S. Supreme Court

Statement of Attorney Frank Mylar who filed amicus brief defending Utah’s Marriage law – Amendment 3
representing Utah’s grassroots and nationally renowned scholars

Salt Lake City, Utah. Attorney Frank Mylar filed an amicus brief for American Leadership Fund and Historians at the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of Utah’s Marriage law. He issued this statement today:

“Regardless of one’s position on the definition of marriage, it is not an overstatement that the recent decisions by lower courts, declaring unconstitutional state constitutional provisions that define marriage as one man and one woman, is a radical departure from prior decisions of just a few years ago. Changing a societal norm, such as the definition of marriage, that has existed since before recorded history, by means of judicial decisions, is a matter of great concern to this country and a matter worthy of timely review by this Court. Continue reading American Leadership Fund Amicus Filed at US Supreme Court Defending Utah’s Marriage Law

Stand for the Family Conference

American Leadership Fund Many organizations have formed that reach different circles of influence and that touch a different aspect of the culture war of which the family is the centerpiece. The Stand for the Family conference is organized by Family Watch International, President Sharon Slater.  It will be in Provo, Utah Friday, September 19, 2014.

Our friend Mary Summerhays, President of Celebration of Marriage has graciously joined together with that event to kick it off the night before Thursday September 18, with a Celebration of Marriage rally at the Capitol.

This is a crucial time for Utah. The legal challenge to its Marriage law is on its way to the U.S. Supreme Court now.  Attorney Frank Mylar filed amicus briefs for American Leadership Fund in the 4th (Virginia) and 10th (Utah and Oklahoma) Circuit Courts where, not surprisingly it was overruled 2-1 by the three-judge panel.

The arguments were without rational basis, which our brief addressed. One questions whether the amicus briefs were even read. This is a shameful state our Courts are in and the only remedy is at the ballot box where we elect representatives that will use the checks and balance measures provided in the U.S. Constitution to correct it. That is why American Leadership Fund exists.  We are now in the U.S. Supreme Court petitioning the Justices to uphold Utah’s Marriage law.

We need your support today.

Meanwhile, what will the U.S. Supreme Court do?

It will either rule against Utah’s law and set the precedent for other states and they will fall like dominoes, or it will rule that this matter is still a state issue and therefore best decided by the state.

In either case, the definition of Marriage is sure to heat up, not go away. We know this because of history.

When Roe v. Wade decided that abortion was legal, pro-Life activists doubled-down and energized the grassroots to immediately put restrictions that court’s decision with the Hyde Amendment and since then limits on when an abortion may take place, especially laws prohibiting partial birth abortion.

The passion for Marriage and maintaining it as the standard that all children need – a mother and a father committed to each other by Marriage – is gaining momentum. Those who seek to define it otherwise lack common sense and logic and should be removed from the Courts.

That is why American Leadership Fund is so important. We are preparing for 2016 because the bottom line of this issue will be determined, not in the Court of law but at the ballot box which is swayed by the Court of Public Opinion.

We urge you to donate today so that we can continue to build and influence to help the best candidates get elected. And then join us at this conference. It has a line up of excellent speakers, many of whom I have worked with over the years and I know them to be credible and to have done significant research in the area of protecting, defending and strengthening the family.  This is our call to action.



Is ISIS Ushering in the Anti-Christ?

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Horrific reports and images of rapes, slayings, beheadings and crucifixions of Christians by ISIS terrorists are flooding the Internet.  The images remind me of the Life pictorial coffee table book my parents had in our library when I was a young child. One day I opened it and saw my first glimpses of the Holocaust with emaciated bodies piled on top of each other. From that day on, I have not been able to sit through a war movie that shows those images. It is the face of evil.

This weekend, I was with five of my granddaughters.  We sat around the table licking our ice cream cones, laughing about funny experiences, what they love the most in their lives right now, what they are concerned about, and what their hopes and dreams are. Their greatest concern:  terrorism in the Middle East, the persecution of Christians, and their fear that these terrorists will come to America. I left them with my belief that no matter what happens, we need to stick together and keep the positive in view.

That positive, amid all the negative, is centered in a knowledge that the Messiah will return, and that He will heal this world that is so quickly sinking into utter depravity. The normalization of homosexuality and gay “marriage” – now being taught in California classrooms as well as in Massachusetts and around the country – is really the sexual revolution in full swing, the merger of homosexual and heterosexual perversion, pornography, pedophilia and prostitution.  The images remind me of what Moses witnessed after he came down the mountain with the raucous crowds below, having forgotten all that he had taught them.

Theologian Joel Richardson says that ISIS may be ushering in the anti-Christ.  Many Biblical scholars would agree this new Islamic caliphate may be the place from which the Anti-Christ emerges, as prophesied before the Second Coming. I don’t profess to be a scholar on this subject, however, most Christians do believe the Messiah will come, but no one knows exactly when.  The signs of the times are certainly pointing to that event.

As a grandmother, it is difficult for me to imagine how much more sinful the world could possibly become.  This work I’m passionately engaged in is for my grandchildren and their future. Many of us who are engaged on the front lines are praying that the Second Coming will not be too far off. Let us pray that the Lord will come soon, and that we will be prepared for Him.

To end on a happier note, here is one of my all-time favorite hymns, performed by my alma mater – the combined choruses of Brigham Young University, arranged by Mack Wilberg, now conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Although the MoTab has recorded this arrangement since, this performance has a special memory for me because I was present when they first performed it live at an Alumni event. It seemed as though the angels from heaven joined them in the last amazing chorus. Notice the blonde in the blue toward the end in the close-ups. This version is a bit fuzzy, but on the DVD, she is openly weeping with tears streaming down her face when she sings “Here’s my heart, oh take and seal it…” These young people sang with their hearts and souls that night and it was captured in this video.

Please pray for us in this work. We need your help and support in whatever way you can give us. Blessings to you…

Cherilyn Eagar

Feds Encourage Deported Illegals to Return

DeportIllegalsThe Department of Homeland Security is supposed to protect this nation from aliens and terrorists. We have learned that the borders are so porous and open that they are now controlled by the drug cartels. In addition we know that terrorists are crossing. Of course this has been going on for some time now, but it is now being highlighted more than ever in news reports.

But that’s not all. After 180,000 orphaned children from Central America came pouring across the border and have been placed in cities all across the nation, we now learn that the DHS is encouraging some 250,000 illegal aliens that have been deported from California alone to return.

I asked myself if, as a mother, I would have put my children in harm’s way with drug dealers to “give them a better life?”  That is what the media told us.  But I believe that is not what happened.  I believe the mothers were promised that they would be able to reunite with their children once they got to America, and once the children are processed, then chain migration is legalized.

It does not take much intelligence to know that Congress – on both sides of the aisle – has no passion to do anything about this horrific situation.   Democrats want the votes and Republicans want the cheap labor.  Both results are destroying this nation.  In addition, we’re now in such a strong welfare state drawing more immigrants like magnets, those candidates that promise the most typically get elected.

Stay tuned, because this appears to be the next law they can use:

In a settlement with the ACLU, the Border Patrol is now required to explain to them that they can seek legal action in the Courts to protect their rights to immigrate and that they can get free legal services for so doing.  And we are paying for our own destruction.

This administration, along with the ACLU – who is working with the extremist, hard-core La Raza – is systematically breaking this nation down morally, socially and economically.

Pastors, bishops, clergy everywhere:  this is NOT family-friendly.  This is not compassionate.  This will destroy economic stability – and already is – which will put severe hardships on most Americans everywhere.

The immigration landscape today is not that of years ago when most of our ancestors came to this great nation for religious liberty, and for refuge from persecution.  Watch this video – Neil Diamond, “They’re Coming to America” – and then contrast with these photos of today’s immigration invasion.  Times have changed.

Today’s Immigrant

obama's hope and change

The American people must stay on top of these outrageous policies.  Stay awake and continue to protest this recklessness or your children will see bloodshed over these foolish actions and non-actions.  The rule of law is being completely overruled by this imperialist president, administration and a Congress that is frozen in time.

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