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Smokes & Ears

See the story of the Big Apple Inn in Jackson, Mississippi. Known as "Big John’s" by its faithful customers, the Big Apple Inn’s defining duo of pig ear sandwiches and hot smoked sausage sandwiches (known as "smokes") has kept folks coming back again and again for over 70 years, and counting. Related videos: & Fried […]

January 17

Stonewall Jackson: Christian, Civil-Rights Leader & Champion of Black Literacy

For those who have drank the kool-aid flowing from the streams of the Lincoln cult and who disdain giving up the myths 1) that slavery and education have always been incompatible (see here for todays example); 2) that Confederate soldiers were ‘all’ fighting to keep their slaves and other such ignorant rubbish, you may not […]

Our President Plays the Race Card

President Barack Obama played the race card today, but not in the way you might think. In this case, he calls African Americans ‘Mongrels.’ Wow. I looked up the definition of the word, and here’s what I found… Derogatory term for a variation that is not genuine; something irregular or inferior or of dubious origin […]

Victoria Jackson: “There’s A Communist Living In The White House!!”

Stonewall Jackson’s Verse

There are few – and I mean very few – books that I would ‘push’ on anyone. But I would not hesitate to pressure you into buying this one. It doesn’t really matter what side of ‘the war’ you were on; if you’re a Christian, Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson is your brother in Christ, and […]

“God & Country” Or Christ’s Kingdom?

The Dangers Of Contemporary Christian Americanism by Jon Zens and Cliff Bjork In recent years, a very vocal element within mainstream Christianity has been promoting a “nationalized gospel” — a gospel wrapped in an American flag. Unbiblical notions about patriotism and America’s “special” place in God’s plan abound in books, magazines, radio and TV programs […]

10 Reasons Michael Jackson’s Life and Death Matter

Michael Jackson was a mere man. Far too many are treating his death as virtually the loss of a god. Perhaps he was, to those who feel that way. Can you say idolatry? The following video gives a few reasons for reflection and examination of our hearts. If you are a pastor-teacher, or teaching elder, I […]

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