Day of firsts…

The 116th Congress was sworn in, and all day long, the media was salivating and fawning over the “remarkable diversity” of the new Democrat members.

It was a day of “firsts,” we were told. It was indeed a day of many firsts. While the new Democrat majority offers many members of note, we wanted to highlight a few “firsts” who are examples of the “diversity” that was sworn in today.Here are the Top ‘Most Diverse’ House Freshmen…

#1. Ilhan Omar: the first person who married her brother – in order to commit immigration fraud – ever to be elected to Congress. Omar is also the first open supporter of female genital mutilation to ever be elected to Congress. Amazing diversity!

#2. Rashida Tlaib: One of the first Muslim Brotherhood-linked and anti-Semitic candidates to be elected to Congress. She also claims to be a “Palestinian.” And she  knows how to swear.  Tlaib quote: “Impeach the Mother F_ _ _ _ _ _ President”  (First words out of her mouth after being sworn in.)

#3. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Let’s just say she’s the first person elected to Congress who lied about being from the Bronx, and thus, made up her life story. She’s an overt Marxist.

#4. Abigail Spanberger: The first substitute teacher from an Islamist school (nicknamed by law enforcers as ‘terror high’) ever to be elected to Congress.

#5. Donna Shalala: Rep. Shalala was HHS Secretary from 1993 to 2001 under Bill Clinton and worked from 2015 to 2017 at the Clinton Foundation, and in 2016 she admitted in an interview that some significant Clinton Foundation donors received “courtesy appointments” in the Clinton State Department. To top it off, apparently she can’t let go of politics: at 78, she’s the oldest female House freshman in history.

These are just a few examples of the “firsts” that the media has been celebrating. If you are looking for politicians who show an open disdain and animosity for American principles and values, you can always count on the Democrat Party.

The stupidity of the American people never ceases to amaze me. How do these losers get elected? If the media and the voters paid as much attention to them as they do to Melania’s shoes…..WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.  SOUND THE ALARM!


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Just Released! Treason on the Mississippi by Jack Martin!

Just Released! Treason on the Mississippi by Jack Martin!

Treason on the Mississippi is the in the Alphonso Clay Civil War Mystery Series. Jack Martin designs and constructs an intricate web of events extrapolated from in-depth research of Civil War memorabilia, journals, photos, and correspondence. Although this a fictional account of the months before and the time during the Battle of Vicksburg, the characters and information are very much real.

The John Brown depicted is not the infamous Brown who ignited the War Against the States but a former Boston detective who solved a gruesome child murder case which caught the eye of President Abraham Lincoln, appointing him to General Grants battalion. Brown uncovers treason at the highest levels of the Union Army. He sends for the one person who can help him with the investigation, Captain Alphonso Clay. But before Clay could meet with Brown, Brown is assassinated. Now it is up to Captain Clay to decipher Brown’s cryptic notes and follow his deductive instincts to solve the murder, unveil the traitors, and ensure the Union’s victory at Vicksburg, a decisive battle of the war.

Clay is a unique character; his lineage a contaminated mesh of human and ‘other-worldly,’ giving him special gifts and talents — super-human eyesight, hearing, speed, and other abilities. With the death of the one person whom he ever loved, Arabella Lot, he puts himself in repeatedly dangerous situations, volunteering for the most horrendous assignments, hoping for death to come… and to be given the chance to kill the one responsible for Arabella’s demise.

After receiving his Juris Doctorate from UCLA, Jack Martin worked for The Department of Defense and the aerospace industry, specializing in contracts and regulatory issues. Tracing his Californian ancestry all the way back to the 1830s, Martin developed a passion for American history and the mystery genre. With encouragement and support from his beloved wife Sonia, he began writing The Alphonso Clay Mysteries. Sonia passed away on Christmas Eve 2009, following a brave battle against ovarian cancer. He promised her he would finish the books and become a published author. The series includes: Treason on the MississippiThe Siege of KnoxvilleMurder on the MarchMurder by Plague, and Assassination at Willard’s. The story picks up with Clay in the late 1920s, Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (Amphorae Publishing). Destroyer of Worlds is next in the series, taking us to WWII — espionage, treason, and the atomic bomb. Clay lives on…

Published by TouchPoint Press  Represented by Loiacono Literary Agency

Can a good Muslim be a good American? 

Can a good Muslim be a good American? by Dr. Carson

Theologically – no. Because his allegiance is to Allah, The moon god of Arabia .
Religiously – no.  Because no other religion is accepted by his Allah except Islam. (Quran 2:256)
Scripturally – no.  Because his allegiance is to the five Pillars of Islam and the Quran
Geographically – no.  Because his allegiance is to Mecca, to which he turns in prayer five times a day.
Socially – no.  Because his allegiance to Islam forbids him to make friends with Christians or Jews.
Politically – no.  Because he must submit to the mullahs, who teach annihilation of Israel and destruction of America, the great Satan.
Domestically – no.  Because he is instructed to marry four women and beat and scourge his wife when she disobeys him. (Quran 4:34)
Intellectually – no.  Because he cannot accept the American Constitution since it is based on Biblical principles and he believes the Bible to be corrupt.
Philosophically – no.  Because Islam, Muhammad, and the Quran do not allow freedom of religion and expression. Democracy and Islam cannot co-exist. Every Muslim government is either dictatorial or autocratic.
Spiritually – no. Because when we declare ‘one nation under God,’ The Christian’s God is loving and kind, while Allah is NEVER referred to as Heavenly father, nor is he ever called love in the Quran’s 99 excellent names.

Therefore, after much study and deliberation. ,Perhaps we should be very suspicious of ALL MUSLIMS in this country. They obviously cannot be both ‘good’ Muslims and ‘good’ Americans. Call it what you wish, it’s still the truth. You had better believe it. The more who understand this, the better it will be for our country and our future.

The religious war is bigger than we know or understand!



As a first-generation Irish-American girl living in Boston just after the Civil War, Nellie’s mother is overprotective, her religion is boring, and she trusts her best friends implicitly… until one lies and bullies her into expulsion from school and the other snatches the love of her life from under her nose.

In a time of great gains and upheavals, Nellie faces women’s rights, racism — black, white, Irish, Italian — and the struggle of being who she is meant to be regardless of gender, religion, or status. In her world there were three choices: Silk Stocking, the top-o-the-rung, Shanty Irish, the bottom-o-the-barrel, or Lace Curtain, those who refuse to go back and are striving to be the best.

Meet Nellie Kelly, Lace Curtain Irish.

This is the second of the Daughters of Ireland Trilogy.

After years of working in radio sales and raising four daughters, Jeanne Charters became VP of marketing for Viacom TV, then branched-off and opened her own advertising agency, Charters Marketing, with her husband, Matt. “He’s the business brain, I’m the creative one.”

The writing bug had bitten a long time ago, but its effects stayed hidden until it was time.

“People sometimes wonder where a character comes from. ‘When did you think up Mary Boland anyway?’ I don’t know about all authors, but for me, Mary Boland was a magical name I heard through my childhood from my mother and aunts. She was my great-great-grandmother. There were no pictures of her and no records of her accomplishments, but she came to me in dreams…a young girl with curly red hair, riding her horse along the Irish seacoast.

“Tell my story,” she whispered.

“In her first iteration, she was the start of a novel called Daughters of Ireland. Mary was the first in three generations of women. Writing class instructors and published authors alike told me, ‘Each of these women deserves her own book.’ They were right. So, I started over and told Mary’s story in Shanty Gold. Next came Nellie Kelly’s story, Mary Boland’s daughter, in Lace Curtain. Silk Stockings will be the final in the trilogy.

Charters is also the author of a humorous memoir, Funny isnt’ it? Her novel, Yellow, will be published by Rogue Phoenix Press in August 2019.

Published by Rogue Phoenix Press

Represented by Loiacono Literary Agency