Gorsuch sucks

Sound like this judge Gorsuch is yet another flaming libtard moron.

When questioned about the newly invented sodomite marriage case the judge stated that it is,

“absolutely settled law…. There is ongoing litigation about its impact and its application right now.”

That’s a ridiculous answer. It was a freak outlier decision and power-grab that invented an abominable fake federal “marriage” that the Constitution didn’t empower the federal government to do. It’s an insane decision.

If the judge had merely said “it is precedent” then he’d be making a little wiggle room for himself – just acknowledging that it was a case previously decided by the Supreme Court and perhaps nothing more. But to call it “absolutely settled law” is completely unacceptable.

Yet even his “precedent” replies to liberal cases show that he has accepted them as law and won’t reverse them for he described precedent thus:

What was once a hotly-contested issue is no longer a hotly-contested issue. We move forward.

Earlier Christiannews had already reported that he’s actually pro fag marriage and attends a liberal pro-fag “church” led by a woman “priest” who also supports fag-marriage:

Joshua Goodbaum served as a clerk for Gorsuch in 2009, and now works as an attorney. He told Reuters on Friday that on the week of his 2014 “wedding” with his partner, Gorsuch expressed his support. “He said, ‘This is a wonderful thing. You’ll see how your relationship grows,’” Goodbaum recalled. “I have never felt the least whiff from him of homophobia or intolerance toward gay people,” he added.

As previously reported, Gorsuch is an Episcopalian, and attends St. John’s Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado. St. John’s identifies itself as “inclusive” on its website and is led by female minister Susan Springer. All of its deacons are also female. In 2013, Springer expressed her support for same-sex “marriage.” “I don’t think anybody in my faith tradition is out to destroy marriage between a man and a woman,” she told the Daily Camera. “I think we are out to find a way to offer the same blessing and the same sense of inclusion to same-sex couples. And I think we stand as prophetic witness, that same-sex couples ought to enjoy the same legal benefits, if you will, as heterosexual couples.”


When asked about whether he accepts Roe v. Wade’s de-humanizing of unborn children, judge Gorsucks replied,

“I accept the law of the land, senator, yes,”

He’s not even attempting to be evasive here – he comes right out and makes it plain that he supports Roe v. Wade. Not only that but when asked what he would have done had Donald Trump asked him for his assurance that he would overturn Roe v. Wade, he said:

“No … I would have walked out the door,”

The judge has no problem with corporations being “people” but an unborn baby is not a “person” and he believes that so strongly he would have turned down the nomination if it required him to overturn that terrible decision.

Gorsuch looked good on paper, but in reality he truly sucks.

I wonder if Trump can find an excuse to pull his appointment?

A good strategy would be for the Republican Senate to let Schummer’s filibuster to stand without going ‘nuclear’ against it yet – and that way just let the Gorsuch clown get rejected.  That way he’s dumped, but the democrats get all the blame.

Then appoint Judge Roy Moore next and go nuclear.


National Healthcare folly

America doesn’t need a “national healthcare” because we are not a nation. The natural obligation of everyone is to take care of his own people because of common blood as members of an extended family. Paying for the healthcare of foreigners is called charity – and in America we are all foreigners to each other.

That one of the many things in the healthcare debate that is being ignored. The differences in types of care and classes of people is also being ignored.





Common & Cheap

Common & Dear

Rare & Dear






Free market


Novel options.

Private Insurance,

Novel options.


Free market

Private Insurance,


Novel options.

Private Insurance,


Novel options.


Free market

Free market

Free market


The free market already solves common and cheap health maintenance items – except for the very poor. Foodstamps should be expanded to covered basic healthcare items.

We can assume the rich don’t need any help so they can be left on their own. This only creates a problem for those looking to create one universal government healthcare system because they want to include the rich so they can force them to subsidize everybody else.

This  middle-class and working-poor both already have plenty of free market solutions for buying healthcare, however many of them chose not to participate in medical cost-sharing pools (i.e., “health insurance”).

The theory behind “Obama-care” was mandating that these people join insurance pools (or suffer a tax penalty) and this would allegedly result in wider sharing of medical costs by everybody.

This scheme was unconstitutional and stupid. The federal government does not have the power to force people to buy healthcare insurance or to pass a discriminatory poll tax only on the people who don’t buy healthcare insurance. Despite Justice Roberts ruled that Obamacare was legal, most people still refused to participate in the scheme and the insurance premiums were still too expensive.

The illegal Obamacare mandate needs to end quickly because the penalty tax gets higher and higher every year to force more people to join. Eventually the tax will be astronomical forcing people to buy the insurance – and give the insurance companies leverage to gauge those that do. For the privilege of living and breathing air, we will either have to pay thousands of dollars every month to a government approved insurance company, or else to the IRS.

Insurance lowers risk in two ways: by spreading the costs across a large group of people, and by spreading cost out over time.

If a “student loan” type scheme existed for medical costs, the ability to finance treatment costs over time would at least be managed. That program could be a combination of medical savings account and loan access program – the monthly payments showing good credit and resulting in a lower rate if a loan is ever needed. Of course, the prospect of of certain payment would create a risk of incentivizing unscrupulous doctors to rack up bills so they could collect up-front from the medical loan, and unscrupulous lenders not policing the medical cost amounts either because they are greedy also. Regardless, that seems like the only way to fairly deal with those with “pre-existing conditions” because you can’t force others to subsidize their care- make them pay for their care with a non-dischargable loan. And make family members on the hook for contribution.

Many of the people who allegedly can’t afford medical care actually can afford it when it comes to orthodonture and plastic surgery and boob-jobs, and have no problem buying cigarettes, booze, lottery tickets, internet charges, and big-screen TV’s.

I think the best way to handle this situation is to de-regulate medical care and the pharmaceutical industry so that novel solutions can arise.

For example, let somebody put medical kiosks in every grocery store were the computerized machine itself can take samples and run a diagnostic check-up on a person for a flat fee. Empower it to dispense any sort of drug prescription.

A lot of money is wasted on expensive and useless treatments like chemotherapy for cancer – a voodoo level remedy that almost never works and usually ends up killing people. I know a fat guy who had some sort of toxic shock and ended up on a respirator for over a month in an induced coma. When he finally came out he was over 300 pounds lighter and well over a million and a half dollars in debt. Unfortunately, he had no medical insurance, but fortunately he had the money to pay – and lost his life savings.

The best healer is the body itself – until it gives out. But people are paranoid of death and get irrational in their trust of medical doctors and in their willingness to throw away all their money trying to buy a few more hours of life.

A free-market should exist were licensed doctors, pharmacists, and the FDA don’t have a monopoly. All drugs and medicines should be available for purchase, let people diagnose and treat themselves.

Why are most American doctors millionaires and come from other countries? Because they restrict the number of medical students in America. People from foreign countries more easily obtain medical degrees and then they move to America where the supply of doctors has been restricted and so they become instant millionaires.

So we while we have poor aliens who come to America to suck up goodies from our welfare state and use up all our public resources, we have other foreigners who act as doctors and suck up the wealth that is generated by the US taxpayers funding all these boondogles.

Nevertheless people also have different levels of willingness to sacrifice speed, quality, or cost when they are choosing medical care. Efficient and high-quality care is always going to be every expensive. If people have to save money they either have to sacrifice speed – by waiting in long lines, or else quality – by being served by non-professionals at cheap clinics.

Opening up insurance across state-lines sounds like it might be a very good idea, but only if the national insurance companies are free from stupid mandates on what types of procedures they must cover. Liberals will use their power over national inter-state insurance companies to force abortion and trangsenderite surgery into conservative states, along with forcing payment for psychological counselling and many other worthless and dangerous quack science type procedures.

And that’s why none of this will work. We are different races and religious and feel no natural obligation to care for people who we are not related to, and we are completely different in our outlook on what is good health and morality.

So how can a country filled with people who are all diametrically opposed to each other come together in agreement to establish a single health-care policy?





Thoughts on Healing

A mysterious outbreak of a painful and extremely itchy rash over the last couple of months – that turned out to be scabies – was an intense opportunity to reflect on important principles of life and healing, and here are some of those thoughts:

  1. What did I do to deserve this? Maybe my sin is involved? was God trying to get my attention? These are important questions to ask. Perhaps I was not listening to the Holy Spirit closely and this affliction was intended for me to rack my brain thinking deeply about how I may have offended the LORD. I did that. I inventored everything about my life and meditated on whether I have faults that caused offence. If nothing big and compelling comes to mind, think about whether the problem gives a clue to what problem is. In this case, I thought about several upsetting scenarios. Was the infestation of microscopic mites in my skin a sign that it’s not one big thing, but just many little things have added up to become a big irritation to God? Small sins are easy to ignore – we get used to our own little pecadillos. We shouldn’t. Was it God’s way of signalling to me that I had become callus? The ease with which we are forgiven by Christ and his infinate mercy is not suppose to taken for granted. I stirred up anew serious remorse and heart-sorrow over all my sins – and found new, deep appreciation for Christ’s grace. While trying to alleviate the intense itching in the burning hot shower and pitied myself for pain I realized that I was like the damned in hell and pitied their miserable souls – God have mercy on me, in pain I realized I have been unsympathetic about the lost souls headed for eternity in hell. As I kept thinking I imagined perhaps the mites were akin to evil spirits using my bad habbits and fleshly attitudes as hooks and footholds for attacking my joy – like so many Liliputians trying down Gulliver with their ropes while he slumbered. The horror of that thought filled with the urge to awake with zeal and throw aside all besetting sins and every hindering weight. Also as I looked at my own skin, I saw my enemy right there, and held my own flesh in contempt, and it made me miserable, and so I pondered the foolisness of vanity and the deciet of human beauty. Eternal life is what matters. I also realized just to be free from pain is a great occassion for rejoicing, and that that was something that I had failed to appreciate when I was well. I mulled over these and many other like thoughts. I can’t say if any of these things were the reason for why God allowed me to get sick with scabies, but I rejoiced to humble myself and deal with each of them in turn. I got the victory in my suffering. Affliction is a great opportunity to think very hard about one’s spiritual condition and get fully back on track.
  2. I forgot, what does the Bible say about healing? Yah, I hadn’t thought about that in long time. Suddenly it became an urgent matter to go back to the Book and read whatever I could on healing. I searched for “heal” and “healing” and such words and jotted down a page a list of passages from Luke 4:18 to Revelation 22:2, then I scanned the list to distill principles. I saw seven things: 1. There is healing because Jesus is annointed to heal and the cross is our healing; 2. come to Jesus, listen to the word, be touched by Jesus, have faith; 3. draw neigh to the kingdom of God, be converted, know your need, be poor of spirit; 4. reject uncleanness and sin; rebuke unclean spirits, take authority; don’t let the devil vex you; no evil spirits – win the spiritual warfare by Jesus’ name and shed blood, and ask for the Holy Spirit to come and bring deliverance; 5. God has a timing, a “certain day”, healing could be easy or something wildly onorthodox and unexpected; wait and eat right; there are natural remedies; 6. Get other Christians interceding! laid hands; oil; prayer; forgive others and be at peace; 7. receive and hold the “virtue” (power); let it happen; in the name of Jesus – for his glory.
  3. Don’t accuse God, God is good, he doesn’t have to explain himself. He gave me affliction, so I chose affliction (Job 36:21). “Take me home If you want me home Lord, I would not live always.” Thank him profusely for the past time of health, and thank him for the current time of suffering because – in faith – it will work out for the best: “For they verily for a few days chastened us after their own pleasure; but he for our profit, that we might be partakers of his holiness.” Hebrews 12:10. Keyword: MERCY. “God have mercy, Christ have mercy!” God has already shown mercy – thank you LORD! for he afflicted me less than what I deserve – now may God be super-abundant in mercy and end the trial and testing. Never act entitled and demanding. Never “bargain” for healing: two problems with that, first off, realize you have nothing worthwhile to give God; secondly, even if you did, how would God glorify his great name if he “sold” you a healing in exchange for your bargain? You’ve insulted God actually. Repent. Promise nothing, only ask for mercy. Everything belongs to God, and we live because he remembers us for Christ’s sake and shines his face of blessing on us and we live – or else we just die and return to him. Glory to God. God be praised. Christ be glorified. Surrender to him, come what may.
  4. Read the psalms. The pslamist complains to God about his misery and I adopt his words as my prayer, saying amen and amen.

Pslam 38

1. O LORD, rebuke me not in thy wrath: neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure.
2 For thine arrows stick fast in me, and thy hand presseth me sore.
3 There is no soundness in my flesh because of thine anger; neither is there any rest in my bones because of my sin.
4 For mine iniquities are gone over mine head: as an heavy burden they are too heavy for me.
5 My wounds stink and are corrupt because of my foolishness.
6 I am troubled; I am bowed down greatly; I go mourning all the day long.
7 For my loins are filled with a loathsome disease: and there is no soundness in my flesh.
8 I am feeble and sore broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart.
9 Lord, all my desire is before thee; and my groaning is not hid from thee.
10 My heart panteth, my strength faileth me: as for the light of mine eyes, it also is gone from me.
11 My lovers and my friends stand aloof from my sore; and my kinsmen stand afar off.
12 They also that seek after my life lay snares for me: and they that seek my hurt speak mischievous things, and imagine deceits all the day long.
13 But I, as a deaf man, heard not; and I was as a dumb man that openeth not his mouth.
14 Thus I was as a man that heareth not, and in whose mouth are no reproofs.
15 For in thee, O LORD, do I hope: thou wilt hear, O Lord my God.
16 For I said, Hear me, lest otherwise they should rejoice over me: when my foot slippeth, they magnify themselves against me.
17 For I am ready to halt, and my sorrow is continually before me.
18 For I will declare mine iniquity; I will be sorry for my sin.
19 But mine enemies are lively, and they are strong: and they that hate me wrongfully are multiplied.
20 They also that render evil for good are mine adversaries; because I follow the thing that good is.
21 Forsake me not, O LORD: O my God, be not far from me.
22 Make haste to help me, O Lord my salvation.


Rapture close?

Many things together pointing to the rapture approaching very soon. Too many to list. If you are paying attention you see them.

BEWARE home remedies for scabies !!

Scabies are microscopic body lice that burrow into human skin causing both bites and severe itching – particularly at night. These insects also cause an allergic reaction that triggers skin tenderness and an hive-like rash and welts that mimic other skin disorders, like shingles.

Most rashes go away by themselves, but not scabies: the infestation of body lice will continue to worsen for a long time, hence its nickname, the seven-year-itch.

BEWARE! Many internet sites irresponsibly hawk a lot of “holistic remedies” and “natural treatments” to cure scabies.  Be-forewarned, these gimmicky over-the-counter solutions do not work!

  • aloe vera
  • anise seed oil
  • balsam
  • bleach
  • calamine lotion
  • camphor
  • cayenne pepper
  • clove oil
  • coconut oil
  • colloidal metals
  • evening primrose oil
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • karanja
  • lavender oil
  • menthol
  • nail polish
  • neem oil/leaves
  • rosemary oil
  • rubbing alcohol
  • sulphur soap
  • tea tree oil
  • tiger balm
  • turmeric
  • vinegar
  • zinc

Some of these remedies are based on old wives tales and others from anecdotal articles appearing in obscure “research” journals that claim instances when some of these substances may have worked. Such claims are unreliable and very easily faked by wholesalers to boost the market demand for their products.

After many weeks of itchy pain, I finally figured out that my rash was caused by scabies, and then I wasted another entire week attempting to cure it with these worthless home remedies – it was a pathetic situation.

Learn from my mistake: Don’t mess around with scabies, it is a serious insect infestation in your skin and it requires serious treatment with real proven insecticides.

If you don’t want to go visit a doctor to obtain a prescription, you can inexpensively get the very safe and mild insecticide called “permethrin” over-the-counter at any pet store in the form of a flea and tick treatment for dogs. (Double-check that any other listed active ingredients are also safe for humans. Also, note that permethrin will kill cats so beware touching a cat after treatment.)

Simply mix the ointment with a lotion to dilute it down to 10% strength and then apply it to your entire body. You’ll begin to experience immediate huge relief as most of the lice die off right away.

Repeat the application all over 3 or 4 days later and really rub it into any remaining red spots to kill the remaining larva and eggs under the skin. That ended the night time itching for me.

Vacuum your house and car and heat your regular clothes and bedding on “high” in the dryer for at least 30 min to kill any lice remaining in them. You don’t need to disinfect everything because body-lice naturally die after going 3-days without a human host (however some females lice – the most dangerous kind – have been found to live longer outside the body in places that are very moist and cool.)

Additional treatments of insecticide ointment might be necessary in another week or two to kill any straggler lice that emerge later.

Here is an online cure-yourself scabies guide that I found very useful:


He includes advice on obtaining ivermectin, a mild oral insecticide that is used to treat horses and is also very safe for humans. I ordered that (the apple flavour wasn’t so bad) and got some 25% Benzyle Benzoate lotion for follow up treatments.

Don’t play games with your health: serious problems require serious solutions!

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DISCLAIMER: This blog-post recounts personal experiences that may not apply to others. The information does not come from a licensed physician, has not been approved by the government, and does not constitute medical advice, or instructions to cure any disease. For “authentic” medical advice talk to your doctor.

Dylan Roof’s FALSE-FLAG fake massacre

Different pants:

Jim Fetzer’s analysis:

Alec Baldwin versus Alex Jones (Bill Hicks!)

Do these men look sixteen years apart to you?

Celebrity Alec Baldwin was born April 3, 1958 and in few days will turn 59 years old. Alex Jones of Infowars was allegedly born on February 11, 1974 and so is only 43 years old. Why do they look the same age ??

The “late” Bill Hicks, Alex Jones’ comic predecessor at Sacred Cow Productions, was born December 16, 1961 and would presently be 56 years old. Bill Hicks would only be 3.75 years younger than Alex Baldwin.

What’s the obvious explanation for this age discrepancy?

Obviously the “Alex Jones” person is massively lying about his true age – he is actually Bill Hicks who was born in 1961.

Proof here: Alex Jones is really Bill Hicks!