Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Prisoners and other Servants

Bastards and Sons of Bitches

16 Oct., 2019 Dear prisoners, You are altogether sons of bitches.  Singularly you are, each one, a son of a bitch.    (Here is the word defined: “a malicious, unpleasant, selfish woman” or “a thoroughly disliked person.”)  Each of you has a mother who is a descendant of Adam.  You are his descendants, born into sin.  […]

Press on, Shelley!

9 Nov., 2018 https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article221194600.html (The following responds to the report in the Kansas City Star on 7 November, 2018, at the above link on Shelley’s release from prison.) She was “released” after 25 real literal years.  But . . . O puuuleeeaaase Judy Thomas!  How long are you going to haul water for the abortionists?  […]

A Letter to President Trump for the POCs

A note sent to Trump via the official web site of POTUS, today 8 Nov., 2018: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/ Keep up the good work!  We pray always for you:  my wife and our eleven children and ten grandchildren along with our church and the many moral, upright, God-fearing people of the land.   Please consider pardoning these men […]

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 […]

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