Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Justice for Jennifer

Posted on 13 March 2017 9 November, 1996 Bowie, Maryland Dear Editor:  An update on the prosecution of a 25-year-old mother of four.  Jennifer Sperle aborted her first child when she was 16.  She tried desperately to stop other women from doing the same thing.  She is to be sentenced on 10 February in Norfolk.  […]

The Local Church(es) of Wilmington

Michael Bray 28 Feb., 2017 I am grateful for the article in the Journal featuring pastors of three churches in town (“Keys to a Thriving Congregation,” 28 February,  by Gary Huffenberger).  There was no definition of  a Christian “church” supplied, but based upon the fact that all three were by their implied affirmation of the […]

Bogus SCOTUS

Michael Bray 20 Feb., 2017 Why do we allow the trendy opinions of a couple Jews and apostate Gentile Christians rule the land – overthrowing the laws of God, the nation, and our cities? The evanescent feelings, mindset, or “opinions” of “the Court” – like the afflatus of an ass – will pass.  Law, however, must – […]

Snarr, Civil Rights, and THE Issue at Hand

22 Feb., 2017 As reported by Neil Snarr in the Journal (21 Feb., 2017) there was in Wilmington an  anti-slavery newspaper published from 1851-1855, The Herald of Freedom, edited  one John W. Chaffin.  I was delighted to read about it. To the glory of Biblical truths and justice and to the credit of these Christian […]

The Single “Issue” and Trump

7 Feb., 2017 A false parity between “the right” and “the left” continues now into the middle of the fifth decade. I have in mind of course the “abortion issue.” It is not true that those on each side ought to respect one another’s opinion and patiently wait for a peaceful outworking of “differences.”  We […]

Let the Trump Sound Forth

20 Jan., 2017 Gary Brock gave the nation a good exhortation regarding the Leftist’s anti-Trump divisive animus. He said, “I hope the level of unreasonable divisiveness and anger will end soon; for the sake of our country and our people” (WNJ, 20 Jan., 2017). In the same Journal issue the “Our View” editorial, “Trump: A […]

Racketeer for Life

Re-posted 4 January, 2017 Fighting the Culture of Death from the Sidewalk to the Supreme Court By Joseph M. Scheidler with Peter M. Scheidler Reviewed by Terence J. Hughes, Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change, University of Maine  (404 North Sixth Street, Fort Pierre, South Dakota 57532) 1 January 2017 Maybe once in a […]

Fathers’ Rights Society

Lead article published in CACN, Spring, 1997 Gentle readers, we ask your pardon for the great chasm of time which has separated us from our last communication (we utterly failed to produce a winter issue).   But we have been busy with many good deeds, not the least of which is growing the population. The month […]

23 Skidoo, Shelley!

21 December, 2016 On September 8, 1995, federal Judge James A. Redden sentenced Shelley to twenty years consecutive to the eleven years to which the Kansas state court had sentenced her. “Though I am loathe to call anyone a terrorist,” Redden declared, “you are a terrorist.”  Scram! Or as was said by the judge’s parents […]

America’s Worst President

20 December 2016 Terence J. Hughes, Professor Emeritus, University of Maine 404 North Sixth Street, Fort Pierre, South Dakota In one month from today, on 20 January 2017, Donald Trump is in and Barack Obama is out as President of the United States. Books will be written for a century and more assessing the Obama […]

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