‘Happy Birthday’ by Flipsyde: Brave beautiful song

  Brave, beautiful and profound. “Happy Birthday” by Piper and Flipsyde. Click here to get the song. Piper on Twitter…

Collin Raye: ‘Never Gonna Stand for This’

Oct. 9 update: Collin Raye’s official music video is here! August 11, 2012 – Country music star and patriot Collin Raye has released a new song for the 2012 Election Year. Last December I interviewed Collin about his life and work, so Collin’s manager sent me “Never Gonna Stand for This” When I interviewed Collin, […]

Let the Day Begin

We need something uplifting, so here’s  a sweet tribute to salt-of-the-earth people from Michael Been and The Call. Rest in peace Michael Been. Born in Oklahoma City on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17, 1950, he died in Belgium on August 19, 2010 while working as a sound engineer for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, a band […]

The Alarm is calling

More big hair and big music. Way back when, I first heard this song on The Alarm’s “Declaration” album. It’s got theological flair like “I Still Believe” by Michael Been and The Call. Both songs inspire me to fight the good fight, especially during this crucial election year. While there are no MP3 downloads from […]

‘Runaway Slave’ movie theme song

Here’s the music video to Rev. C.L. Bryant’s movie “Runaway Slave.” Jack Spade sings and it  includes some scenes and people  featured in the film. You can get it by clicking on one of my Amazon links… Click here for my story on Rev. Bryant and “Runaway Slave”

How to brainwash a nation

Former KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov, alias Tomas Schuman, explains the KGB process of subversion and taking over societies: i.e., brainwashing or psychological warfare. The first video is excerpts from a 1985 interview and the second is a 1983 lecture he gave in Los Angeles. On a related note, see New York Times reveals Obama controlling […]

Johnny Cash for Lent

This first Sunday of Lent 2012 is also Johnny Cash’s birthday. He was born February 26, 1932 and entered eternity on September 12, 2003. In honor of him and the LORD he loved, I’m featuring Johnny’s killer version of the Trent Reznor song “Hurt” – my all-time favorite music video. “Hurt” is on Johnny Cash’s […]

‘Snowmen’ family movie is funny and ‘Profound!’

  Happy story about ‘year that I died’ ‘Snowmen’ movie the story of three unlikely heroes Posted: December 01, 2011 1:00 am Eastern By Anita Crane © 2011 WND “Snowmen” star Bobby Coleman with Writer/Director Robert Kirbyson. (Courtesy of Mpower Pictures © 2009) “It was going to be the most amazing winter ever … the year that I […]

Missing Roy Orbison

The shades. The hair. And the face of a man who apparently didn’t take himself too seriously. How about the lyrics and melodies he wrote, played and sang so sweetly? Roy Orbison was just too cool for words. Years after the tragic deaths of his wife, Claudette, and two sons, 52-year-old Roy Orbison was on […]

Yes! This is why I’m Catholic

“God in the Streets of New York City” by Grassroots Films of Brooklyn In this video you will hear the voices of three great but departed priests: Father Benedict Groeschel, Father Richard John Neuhaus, who converted from the Lutheran religion, and our late, fearless, great Holy Father Pope Saint John Paul II… Can’t find Jesus […]