An outspoken political conservative, Rev. William J. H. Boetcker is perhaps best remembered for his authorship of a pamphlet entitled The Ten Cannots, originally published in 1916, that emphasizes freedom and responsibility of the individual on himself. It is often misattributed to Abraham Lincoln. The error apparently stems from a leaflet printed in 1942 by… Continue reading The Ten Cannots by Rev. William J. H. Boetcker
You can count on me, at least, from now on when someone says they don’t believe in God because they don’t see Him, I won’t believe such an atheist. First because Jesus said to Thomas in an appearance before his apostles: “Blessed are those who believe in him without having seen my father”; but above… Continue reading Seeing is believing, like Thomas
The problem with going to bed in the middle of the night is that that is the “zone” reserved for revelatory dreams and, as you will understand, your mind cannot deal with its normal vital activity at that time, which is the key time, because it is in busyness in anything else less or not… Continue reading The zone of revealing dreams
By: Editors of LiesHunter.Com In the early morning of September 11, 2001, the newspaper Juventud Rebelde in Havana began printing the news of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York, about 4 hours before the actual terrorist attack. These “intelligent” Cuban avocado spies forgot about the photographic memory that some people have.… Continue reading The Castro Brothers and 9/11
Socialism has its charms after all.
The eye of Cuban espionage: Cuban avocado espionage The usefulness and effectiveness of the system and the entire “intelligence” apparatus of the Cuban regime is a matter of elementary human logic. Let’s say that the remains of an explorer found in the rich tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs prove that that lucky one? adventurer learned… Continue reading Cuban espionage in the USA