Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Sanctity of Human Beings

Up From Sodomy!

25 June, 2018 Indeed, it was an advancement for our Christian civilization to condemn the crime of manstealing and criminalize that which had been practiced for over two centuries in America.  But how slow we were to recognize that crime which was disguised by the cover of “employment” and “debt payment” and “servitude.”  Indeed!  Manstealing […]

“Be Positive!”

4 June, 2018 (. . . whatever the hell that means.) On the front page of my local paper (Wilmington News Journal, March, 15, 2018) is an article titled “Remembering the Victims” featuring local high school students with a sign marked, “WHS for Positivity.” So, as the popular expression goes, I would ask, “What does […]

Tyrant (Judge) William Orrick III

. . . and his complicit Ninth Circuit Back in April of 2017 the leftist federal judge in San Francisco blocked Trump’s executive order.  The President had rightly opted to withhold federal funds from “sanctuary cities” if they failed to comply with the law and specific instructions regarding  immigration regulations.  Orrick said no to Trump’s efforts to […]

The Materialist Doctrine and its Consequences: Broken Families, Despair, and Dope

13 January, 2018 No God, no Judge, no purpose, and no hope. Simple.   Immorality is consistent with Godlessness.  No law.  No standard.  If all is matter only – no spirit, not God, no Word from Him, no communication of His message to us –  then sorrow follows!  And so I tell my men at the […]

In Defense of Another: The Paul Hill Brief (posted Oct., 2017)

The brief attached at the link below, written by Michael Hirsh in 1995, was published by the Regent University Law Review. It provides the legal argument for the termination of an abortionist by one who is acting in defense of the innocents who are threatened by the actions of said abortionist. Hirsh brief

Frederick Douglass Redux

9 March, 2015 “There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices, more shocking and bloody, than are the people of these United States, at this very hour.” So said Frederick Douglas of the United States a decade before the Civil War. And so might any of the last eight presidents of the […]

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