Attention all debtors! Yes, you, you, and you!

Your Congress just piled on more unsustainable debt to an already unsustainable national debt. Your individual tab is presently $173,549 and will dramatically increase over the next 12 months.
national debt as of 23 March 2018

How did they vote on the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018?

Sen. John Cornyn:      Yea
Sen. Ted Cruz:             Yea

Rep. John Ratcliffe:    Nay

Rep. Robert Francis O’Rourke (the Democrat challenger to Ted Cruz goes by the nickname ‘Beto’ to sound Hispanic) also voted Yea.

Rep. Pete Sessions voted Yea to raise the national debt another TRILLION dollar$. Why do I mention Pete? When the congressional district lines are redrawn, Pete will probably be representing Rockwall County.

I invite you to send a thank you note to Rep. John Ratcliffe (TX CD-4). Let’s applaud his oppostion to the outrageous Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. Use John’s official contact form, enter your Zip Code + Extension and follow the prompts to the page where you can send your message to him.

I amend this posting to provide a link to a pertinent report from Grassroots America: Unprincipled Conservatives

Elections matter. In 2016, the resolution to repeal the seventeenth amendment became a plank in the Texas GOP State Platform. I submitted the same resolution again this year.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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What do you know about the Keystone Clause? You don’t know??

The architectural definition of a keystone is “a central stone at the summit of an arch, locking the whole together”.

A keystone of government is “the central principle or part of a policy, system, etc., on which all else depends”.
Restore the Keystone of the Republic - Repal the seventeenth amendment

Allow a moment to review our structure of government, starting with the state. An appropriate definition of a state is “a politically unified people occupying a definite territory; nation”.

The original 13 colonies were diverse in religion and commerce. For examples, Maryland residents were chiefly Catholic. New Englanders were chiefly Puritans, Virginians chiefly Anglican, and Baptists generally lived in the southern colonies.

Religion, more than any other characteristic, defined the 13 colonies as a “politically unified people”.

After ratification of the 1787 Constitution, those unique values and characteristics remained with the fledgling states.

The keystone of the union of the Federation of states created by the present-day U.S. Constitution is found in Article I, Section 3 which states: “The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof, for six Years; and each Senator shall have one Vote.”

The first 13 and the 37 later added were a federation of equals. The senators from the least populous state had as much authority as the senators from the most populous.

Those senators were accountable to the members of the respective state legislatures (law-making bodies) and the state legislators were – and are today – accountable to the residents of the states. Did you notice the past tense verb ‘were’?

Another keystone clause that remains in place is found in Article IV, Section 4 which states: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government…”

Within 126 years after the signing of the present-day U.S. Constitution, the history of our country was lost to We the People who decided they preferred a democracy over a republic. Well, they didn’t actually say so, but it was ignorance of history that led to the ratification of the Seventeenth Amendment in 1913 – 105 years ago next month.

Since 1913, our country has swiftly undergone a metamorphosis from that prescribed Republican form of government into a democracy.

Democracy can best be described as mob rule. Oligarchies typically lead mobs. Contemporary tags for the present-day oligarchy is “The Swamp” and “The Deep State”. Federalization, that is the encroachment of federal government into state affairs is nearly complete. The federal government today operates beyond its constitutional boundaries (enumerated powers), intruding in practically every aspect of our lives, effectively rendering the Tenth Amendment null and void.

In 2016, the Texas State GOP convention – the largest single gathering of Republicans anywhere in the country – incorporated a plank to repeal the seventeenth amendment.

Reference: Item 16 of the 2016 Texas State GOP Platform
“United States Senators- We support the repeal of the 17th Amendment of the United States Constitution and the appointment of United States Senators by the state legislatures.”

Thousands of Texans from 254 counties approved the platform. I was one of them.

Again this year I submitted a resolution to repeal the seventeenth in order to restore a vital keystone to the ‘arch’ of Republican government.

Elections matter. Your vote matters.

We will all have to give an account before God one day when He will ask, “Who did the will of the Father?”

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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Mulling Mueller Misdeads

Mueller History

Robert Mueller Has Been Botching Investigations Since The Anthrax Attacks, by Daniel Ashman, February 8, 2016

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the anthrax attacks following 9/11 — one of the most important of his career — did not go well, to say the least.

Mystery surrounds Robert Mueller and his investigation into Russia and President Trump. Some think he is the ultimate professional, others that he is a Democrat lackey, still others maintain he is working on Trump’s side.

We can see how he works if we look at how Mueller ran his second-most important investigation as FBI Director. In September of 2001, an entity began mailing anthrax through the US Postal system, hitting such prominent targets as NBC and Senator Daschle’s office. The terrorist attacks killed five and left others hospitalized. The world panicked.

Under Mueller’s management, the FBI launched an investigation lasting ten years. They now brag about spending “hundreds of thousands of investigator hours on this case.” Let’s take a closer look at Mueller’s response to understand the context of the investigation — who his people investigated, targeted, and found guilty.

The anthrax letters began just a week after the 9/11 attack. While planning the airplane hijackings, Al-Qaeda had been weaponizing anthrax, setting up a lab in Afghanistan manned by Yazid Sufaat, the same man who housed two of the 9/11 hijackers. Two hijackers later sought medical help due to conditions consistent with infection via anthrax: Al Haznawi went to the emergency room for a skin lesion which he claimed was from “bumping into a suitcase,” and ringleader Mohamed Atta needed medicine for “skin irritation.” A team of bioterrorism experts from John Hopkins confirmed that anthrax was the most likely cause of the lesion. Meanwhile, the 9/11 hijackers were also trying to obtain crop-dusting airplanes.

So how did Mueller’s investigative team handle the case?

Read the Rest of the Story for the Answer

The No Collusion Investigation of Collusion

Pertinent Law

28 CFR 600.1 – Grounds for appointing a Special Counsel

§ 600.1 Grounds for appointing a Special Counsel (page 697)


    • Fox News: The Finding of Facts by the House Intelligence Committee
    • The honorable U.S. Army General, Michael Flynn financially ruined and blackmailed by Mueller to surrender to a plea bargain. General Flynn was a rule breaker and so was I while in the Navy. President Trump is also a rule breaker and this is how he moves forward to fulfill his promise to drain the swamp. What famous rule-breakers can I name? How about U.S. Army Generals Douglas MacArthur, George Patton, and Mark Milley? Another word for ‘rule-breaker’ is unconventional. Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
    • We do know for a fact there was substantial collusion between the DNC and the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, matters that would be considered treasonous should any regular American be so identified.
    • Let’s not forget how Democrats, in particular, Maxine Watters, has labored to impeach President Trump before he had even one year in office.

The fact I wish to speak to is the fact that Mueller has squandered MILLIONS of dollars and disrupted the lives of people without even one shred of evidence of wrongdoing on the part of President Donald Trump.

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Where is the special prosecutor who will go after crooked Hillary and the DNC for their criminal actions that are a matter of public record?

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed…”

The above words from the Declaration of Independence make clear the foremost duty of all governments: Secure the natural rights of all people. Herr Mueller miserably fails this duty.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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SB4: Es la ley – It’s the law

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that Senate Bill 4, the state’s so-called sanctuary cities ban, can remain the law of the land in Texas, for now, stating that the cities that challenged the law will likely lose in their federal court suit.” Austin American-Statesman

court of appeals upholds sanctuary cities ban sb4

Texas has 3,312 cities. Three – Houston, Dallas, Austin – brazenly self-identify as ‘sanctuary cities’ and one – San Antonio – says it is not but conducts law enforcement as a fourth ‘sanctuary city’ in the circle of outlaw cities.

Democrat opponents to SB4 say it separates families. Is this true? Does the arrest of dangerous criminals separate families? Yes, indeed this is true.

Reference: Texas DPS – Texas Criminal Alien Arrest Data

Regardless a criminal’s national origin, whether Mexico, Guatemala, or the United States of America, criminals become separated from their families. More importantly, they become separated from society-at-large.

DPS - Historical Arrest and Conviction Data for Select Offenses Associated with Criminal Aliens

Reference: Texas Penal Code, Title 8, Chapter 38, Section 38.05 “HINDERING APPREHENSION OR PROSECUTION”

City or county officials who violate the above-referenced criminal statute are, by definition, criminals, regardless whether elected to offices or hired by local governments.

The nearest public offender is Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez who can be charged with a felony of the third degree under state law. Sheriff Valdez could also face federal charges for criminal violation of 8 U.S.C. 1324 – BRINGING IN AND HARBORING CERTAIN ALIENS

We expect law enforcement officials to be public defenders, not to be public offenders.

SB4 is not now nor ever was about separating families. The purpose of SB4 is to protect us, the general population, from criminal aliens.

Inflammatory rhetoric from Democrats instills fear in communities where undocumented aliens live. The end is to discredit rule-of-law Republicans, independents, and libertarians as hateful racists. Sadly, it is the Democrats who own the role of hateful racists.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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God Played the Trump Card – The Economy


Nonfarm payrolls increase by 313,000 in February vs. 200,000 est.

Black unemployment falls to second-lowest level on record in February

Nasdaq closes at record, Dow rallies more than 400 points after jobs report

‘I Can Die Happy Now’ with Trump Job Performance, Declares Mary Matalin

Fountains of the Deep – More than Enough

As It is Written

In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, on that day all the fountains of the great deep were broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. And the rain was on the earth forty days and forty nights. Genesis 7:11-12 NKJV

Now the flood was on the earth forty days. The waters increased and lifted up the ark, and it rose high above the earth. The waters prevailed and greatly increased on the earth, and the ark moved about on the surface of the waters. And the waters prevailed exceedingly on the earth, and all the high hills under the whole heaven were covered. The waters prevailed fifteen cubits upward, and the mountains were covered. Genesis 7:17-20 NKJV

From where did all that water come? What fountains of the deep?

There is much unscientific speculation on the origin of water. Some suggest comets.

What does genuine science suggest?

oceans of water in the lower mantle

Researchers have found evidence of a potential “ocean’s worth” of water deep beneath the United States.

Although not present in a familiar form, the building blocks of water are bound up in rock located deep in the Earth’s mantle, and in quantities large enough to represent the largest water reservoir on the planet, according to the research.


Ongoing discoveries reveal vast reservoirs in depths impossible, for the time, to be pumped to the surface.


Just the Facts

According to the USGS, 71% of the earth’s surface is water. The USGS also reports, “About three-quarters of Earth’s freshwater is stored in glaciers. Therefore, glacier ice is the second largest reservoir of water on Earth and the largest reservoir of freshwater on Earth!”

If the Earth were a smooth spheroid, how deep would the ocean be? The entire land mass would be under approximately 2.717 kilometers, 1.69 miles, of water. Reference: Earth Science Beta

Evidence of a worldwide flood: Answers in Genesis – Worldwide Flood, Worldwide Evidence


Truth is the way things really are. Don’t you agree?

The myth about a so-called population bomb. This idea was made popular by a fellow named Paul R. Ehrlich in his 1968 book titled The Population Bomb. Erlich predicted there would be insufficient food production to feed the world’s hungry within about 20 years, the 1970s and 1980s. Well, it’s 2018 and we Americans are the fattest in the history of the world.

India is often seen as a country where people are stacked like a cord of wood. Truth runs contrary to this myth. India is a favored destination for people who wish to visit vast wildernesses, game preserves, and national parks.

How dense is the most populous nation on earth? India’s population density in terms of people per square mile compares to the state of New Jersey, the Garden State.

Folks like Professor Erlich have a poverty mentality, visions of scarcity. Is there any place on earth where there are scarcities? Yes, indeed, and they are all countries under the stranglehold of totalitarian governments – Venezuela, for example, where children are dying in the country with the world’s largest proven oil reserves.

And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:19

We Texans know the pinch of water shortages. Despite our very large state, only one of our thousands of lakes is natural. Water is a critical commodity but I have faith all we need has already been laid up for us.

Doomsayers like Paul Erlich, Al Gore, and atheists everywhere, both professing and practical, have no knowledge of the future, but the God who made you, them, and me, holds our futures in the palm of his hand. God’s provisions are more than enough to sustain us.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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