Saturday, May 28, 2016

Newt Gingrich as Donald Trump's running mate? I sincerely hope not!

I've been watching the TV and internet coverage on the Donald Trump candidacy.  He has now secured the necessary delegate pledges to win the Republican presidential nomination on the first convention ballot.  The Republican Convention will be held in Cleveland, Ohio this coming July 18-21, 2016.

Now for the Vice Presidential pick.  I am hearing far too often that his pick could well be Newt Gingrich.  The odds-makers are placing their bets on that.  If anybody out there has influence with Mr. Trump (I'm sure I don't), they need to talk him out of that horrifying possibility that could only play into Hillary Clinton's ready and eager hands.

Donald Trump has gained favor with many working class Americans because he has to them a "common touch" and shares their concerns about the loss of American jobs to bad trade deals above.  His political base also rightfully fears the steadily increasing globalization that has dearly cost American workers.

Does Donald Trump realize the following about Newt Gingrich?

Therefore, my prayers are that Donald Trump look elsewhere than Newt Gingrich for his Vice Presidential choice and not to put too  much faith in those Newt Gingrich recommends.

Stay tuned!


Saturday, May 14, 2016


Between April 24, 1915 and 1917 the genocide occurred that later made Hitler literally think he could get away with mass murder.  That was the deportation and mass slaughter of between 800,000 to 1.5 million minority Armenians living within Turkish borders.

To this day, the Turkish government refuses take responsibility for nor even recognize the event known variously as "The Armenian Genocide" and/or "The Armenian Holocaust."

The United Nations sponsored ALLIANCE OF CIVIIZATIONS organized in 2005 was allegedly organized by Turkish Prime Minister Recip Tayyip Erdogan and the then Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero.   It was that same co-sponsor Erdogan who not that long after taking steps to promote tolerance and understanding then made threats and instituted actions to deport even more Armenians from Turkey.  He did this in response to international efforts to recognize the event as the genocidal one it was.  Interestingly, in 2015 he made statements acknowledging that something happened, but still minimized Turkish national responsibility for it.

I have done radio programs on this event in the past.  I've done two progams over the past 9 years with Virginia Haroutunian, the author of the book ORPHAN IN THE SANDS.  It relates the pain reaching down multi-generationally from the Turkish slaughter of the innocents event.

I have another well informed historian of that event with me in the morning on  That will be Edward Haroutunian.  He is also a practicing attorney and has served for many years as the Wayne County, Michigan Republican Party Chairman.  He can articulately answer your questions about that event.

The Armenians were an ancient Christian community.  As we now live in the age of ISIS terror and increasing psychological terror to American Christians over Biblical traditional values, it is instructive to know the impact of that past event that occurred interestingly at a time when the world was being primed to accept a Maitreyan "New Christ" version in the form of Jiddhu Krishnamurti.  Historical precedent has many lessons for us in a newer era of persecution and even martyrdom.

Join us in the morning at to become part of the conversation!

Stay tuned!


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