Archive for February, 2019

In the videos below, political commentator and conservative comedian Evan Sayet explains the thinking of the modern left and today’s Democrats. These videos are a must see for anyone who doesn’t understand the rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and what’s going on in today’s Democrat Party.

According to Sayet, people on the left believe that knowledge and thought are acts of bigotry, and truth doesn’t matter to them. They side with evil over good, wrong over right, ugly over beautiful, profane over profound, and the behaviors that lead to failure over those that lead to success. They insist that no culture is better than any other culture, which means that success is unjust, great success is a great injustice, and long and sustained success is the greatest injustice of all.

Sayet says that the 1980s outlawed critical thinking, making it a hate crime and subsequently turning knowledge and thought into acts of bigotry. “It’s not that the liberal is stupid, Sayet says. “It’s that he’s made thinking into something that he will not engage in.” With that Sayet concludes, “The first time you think is the last time you’re a Democrat.”

“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20 (KJV)



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Jeff Allen shares some secrets to understanding the wife’s code. Enjoy.

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The hilarity and genius of this song will be lost on politically correct educrats and their indoctrinated snowflakes, but I hope the readers of TMD will appreciate the genius of this man. 

This rendition of Tom Lehrer’s The Vatican Rag was performed live in Copenhagen, Denmark, September 5th 1967.

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Last Friday night on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher host Maher ridiculed fly-over country and belittled Trump voters suggesting they were envious of his lifestyle and the lifestyles of the rich and famous. 

(See video below.)

In a segment about Amazon’s new headquarters, Maher said what red state voters really want is a more cosmopolitan lifestyle.

“The flyover states have become passed-over states, that’s why red state voters are so pissed off,” Maher said.

“They don’t hate us. They want to be us. They want to go to the party. It’s like we’re the British royal family and they’re Meghan Markle’s dad,” Maher added.

Even though I know it’s a futile task to free a fool from the chains he reveres, yet I do things sometimes just for the sake of saying I tried.

Envy you, Mr. Maher? Red State voters don’t envy you or any of the party goers in your “smart set.”

So you understand, Mr. Maher, put this in your pipe and smoke it.

We don’t want to be like you or like the people who think like you because we know: 

You’re cruel and miserable people who can’t respond to love.

You respond only to what your petty desires dictate, to things that have weight, bulk, and value.

You’re nothing but appraisers and gold diggers who don’t value the arts for their truth or their beauty.

You use them for personal fame and fortune.   

You live in a mirror, Mr. Maher.

The world is nothing to you but a reflection of yourself.

You belittle America and its patriots for your amusement. 

You take pleasure in humiliating them and mocking their beliefs because it gives you the same sense of fulfillment that they get from a kiss or an embrace. 

You’re a hollow man, Mr. Maher. Without your persona, you and the people who think like you are nothing more than ridiculous caricatures.

I.M. Kane

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Most “self-identified” Christians know very little about the doctrine of predestination and what the Scripture teaches on it. For those with ears to hear, Professor Gordon Clark’s lecture provides a survey of what the Old Testament says about predestination.


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Does the Bible Forbid Ordination of Women? By Gordon H. Clark


Professor Gordon Clark’s article refutes the current arguments for women pastors and church officials. Clark writes, “If we accept Scripture as our norm, it is forbidden to seize one verse and misinterpret it to the detriment of other explicit passages. The more obscure must always be understood in the light of what is clear and indisputable. … In the New Testament there is no authority for or example of a woman elder or minister. And we are bound by the Scriptures, the infallible and only rule of church government. We dare not add, subtract, or alter.”

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Belief is based upon knowledge; therefore, to believe in Jesus is to believe in His person, His work, and His word. The Gospel is “that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures” 1 Corinthians 15: 3,4 KJV


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