Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Prisoners and other Servants

A Description of a Good Pastor

Posted on 11 Sept., 2017 Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer was born, the son of a vintner, in London in about 1342.  His value as an Englishman was such that Edward III paid a part of his ransom in 1360 after he had been captured while fighting the French. He was well versed in the doctrines […]

Judge Orrick (or is it Ork?)

21 July, 2017 On 8 June, 2017, the Associated Press reported: “The leader of an anti-abortion group who is being sued wants to disqualify a U.S. judge who barred him from releasing videos recorded at meetings of an association of abortion providers.” Judge William Orrick held David Daleiden in civil contempt for violating a court […]

Portrait of Betrayal

Michael Bray, 1988 De Tocqueville’s alacritous 19th century account of American society draws the affections of Christian Patriots hither. In an age of license and decadence, his account of public civility and community spirit is attractive.  In our time of convoluted “pluralism” (read: polytheism), his commendation of the explicitly Christian foundations of American society provides […]

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 […]

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 […]

A Tribute to Dottie “Pepper” Roberts

  2 March, 2016 Dottie Roberts, RIP My friend and fellow ex-con, Curt Beseda, called this morning to inform me of the death of Dottie Roberts. (I am sorry to give this news up to the enemy, but the fact that Dottie died on 26 January suggests that we conspirators must not be in very […]

Pastor Kent Hovind – Still in Jail

Posted 19 February, 2015 Does the Church of God need to ask the government for exemption from taxes?  Does the government recognize God?  Does it honor His Law?  Does it recognize His Church?  Read about the case of Kent Hovind here: http://freekenthovind.com/kent-hovinds-case/ And here: http://cowgernation.com/2015/01/31/free-kent-hovind-imprisoned-8-years-now-facing-new-trial-for-bogus-charges-with-a-biased-anti-christian-judge-presiding/ Check out some 501c3 myths here: http://hushmoney.org/501c3-myths.htm And a Forbes article […]

No Review from Supremes for Kopp

No review for murder case of anti-abortion extremist suspected in Canadian shootings http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/no-review-for-murder-case-of-anti-abortion-extremist-suspected-in-canadian-shootings-1.1331436 The Associated Press Published Tuesday, June 18, 2013 7:05PM EDT BUFFALO, N.Y. — The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a petition to review the murder case of an anti-abortion extremist who is also suspected in the shootings of three Canadian doctors. James […]

Disparity of Sentence

26 April 2012 April 27, 2007 Disparity of Sentence (for certain types of offenders) Michael Fortier was a convicted co-conspirator in the1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 and injured more than 500. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison on May 27, 1998. He was released in January 2006. April 27, 2007 marked […]

A Toast to the Criminally Insane

For Life Advocate magazine, July 1997 issue Leland Smart was minding his own business in Leavenworth. He had completed five of his 20-year sentence; lots of time to go. One way to pass the time is to make a little hooch. (No crime, Christian friends. He wasn’t making a fortune bootlegging like those plutocrat Kennedys […]

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