This blog used to exist as a parody blog. It morphed into a reblog site, reblogging hundreds of posts from around the web, blog and news post with a conservative bent. Some outrageous and some simply snarky. Reblogging a post does not endorse the contents of that post, only that I found it interesting, nothing more unless I comment otherwise. If you have noticed a marked drop in reblogs, that is due to a concerted effort by some bloggers o have me returned to prison for the remaining six months of my release. They are calling and complaining to my probation officer about me … about things that I haven’t done! The complained about my reblogs, so I stopped, they complained about my posting Christian content, that it offends them. So I am enjoined from posting. I am burdened by prior restraint on both my freedom of speech and freedom of religion under the threat of being returned to prison.

They have also enlisted other folks in their campaign, conservative Christian people who are being deceived into attacking me.

I forgive them all. Please pray for me, a sinner.

All comments on this blog are the intellectual property of the commenter themselves and are moderated only for spam and obscenity as I define it. If the posts here offend you, tough luck! Go read something else.

As for me:

Former Criminal, former military impostor in the process of redemption (a life-long process). Seminarian pursuing a degree in Theology with a major in Christian Social Work. Yes, I lost my faith for a number of years and fell into sin and criminality. God has restored my faith. I seek to do as Christ has commanded us all to do.
Married, no children and I am a cancer survivor as well as a Hospice graduate through the grace of God.

Read my Wikipedia entry to know who you are dealing with.

Well ……. Dang …

Paul H. Lemmen:

One of my favorite people has passed. May God make eternal light shine upon you Scott. You befreinded me during a very trying time in my life and remained a steadfast online friend. I shall miss your humor and your decisive writing.
Go with God my friend, I’ll be along and we can share some beers and jokes.

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word...:

Just found this out!!
Blogger/Facebook acquaintance whom often reblogged some of my rants and stuff…

Passed away recently..

Prayers to his family and friends…

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First-hand Account

Originally posted on pacificparatrooper:

Major Doody, (Ret.)

Major Doody, (Ret.)

Major Kathryn Mary Doody

Kathryn Doody was enrolled in nursing school by her mother, but following her graduation, the United States Army would not accept her until they lowered their height requirements.  Kathryn was at the Tripler Army Hospital, Hawaii on 7 December 1941 as one of eighty-two nurses.

Kathryn Doody, RN

Kathryn Doody, RN

Her baptism of fire came that fateful morning when the sound of bombs woke her.  She ran into the yard and saw aircraft smoke.  Thinking that an accident occurred, she went to see the night nurse on duty, only to be informed otherwise – Oahu was under attack.  Finding the news a bit unbelievable, Kathryn turned on a radio and listened to the broadcast herself – now she believed.  “I hadn’t been there long [Hawaii] before the bombs descended.”



She was summoned to the operating room to begin treating those coming in injured from…

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Why does God allow pain and suffering?

Originally posted on The Isaiah 53:5 Project:


In one form or another, I get asked the following question all the time.

“If there is a loving God, how can He allow poverty, war, suffering, and all the other ills that are present in the world?”

I think the following story explains that most of what is wrong with the world is the direct result of sin and that God wants all men to turn from their evil ways and turn to Him..

A preacher and an atheistic barber were once walking through the city slums. Said the barber to the preacher: “This is why I cannot believe in a God of love. If God was as kind as you say, He would not permit all this poverty, disease, and squalor. He would not allow these poor bums to be addicted to dope and other character-destroying habits. No, I cannot believe in a God who permits these things.”

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Inspirational Quote of the Day: Wisdom from A Famous African-American

Originally posted on saboteur365:

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Good news! Failure is only temporary, lasting only until your next success. And you will have that success. It can be something as simple as putting out your stale bread to give the birds in the trees a bite to eat. Every kindness you show counts as a success. Everyone can be a success every day.

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Dr. Kent Brantly credits God for his recovery from the Ebola virus as he is released from Emory University Hospital

Originally posted on wchildblog:

Source: Samaritan’s Purse, August 21, 2014

Dr. Kent Brantly, the Samaritan’s Purse doctor who contracted Ebola while caring for patients in Liberia, was released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta today after completing his recovery from the deadly virus.

“Today is a miraculous day,” Dr. Brantly said at a news conference at the hospital. “I am thrilled to be alive, to be well and to be reunited with my family. … Above all, I am forever thankful to God for sparing my life and am glad for any attention my sickness has attracted for the plight of West Africa in the midst of this epidemic.”

Dr. Kent Brantly ran out of the isolation area giving high fives to his treatment team who had lined the halls.

Dr. Brantly survived the virus that typically causes massive internal bleeding and has a mortality rate of 60 to 90 percent in most situations. The current outbreak of Ebola has claimed more than 1,350 lives in the west African countries of Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria…

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