Michael Bresciani column
Michael Bresciani
Rev. Michael Bresciani is a Christian author and a columnist for several online sites and magazines. His articles are now read in every country in the world. For articles and news from around the world, visit "The Website for Insight."


Religion or the Savior -- the world's perpetual confusion
Michael Bresciani
August 28, 2014

Only one generation after the Beatle's, John Lennon, suggested that we imagine a world with no religion; just who could imagine that religion is more profuse . . .


The perversion and terrorism connection - modern man's ball and chain
Michael Bresciani
August 15, 2014

"History merely repeats itself. It has all been done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new. Sometimes people say, here is something new! But actually it is . . .


Where there is no vision -- has America gone blind?
Michael Bresciani
August 8, 2014

It is difficult to ascertain with certainty who first said "There is none as blind as him that will not see," but it is the question about the question that . . .


The apostasy is underway -- no one is ready for what follows
Michael Bresciani
July 31, 2014

It is impossible to cover every aspect of the second coming doctrine in a single article, but it suffices to say, that regardless of current events, economics, . . .


Ultimate definition of hypocrisy - Dems spinning border invasion as humanitarian crisis
Michael Bresciani
July 21, 2014

On a day when America would normally be proudly looking back to Neil Armstrong's famous "One giant leap for mankind," they are lamenting the thousands of giant . . .


Obama and Dems calling America to the wrong war
Michael Bresciani
July 20, 2014

Now that the President has by means of his pen and phone along with full help from the liberalized Democratic Senate majority shown the nation that we are . . .


When American decline meets the 'day and night' factor
Michael Bresciani
July 16, 2014

With thousands of sickly children streaming across our southern border, along with MS-13 gang members, terrorist infiltrators, drug runners and criminals of . . .


Dead lions and sick children -- the seared conscience of liberal America
Michael Bresciani
July 10, 2014

The Last – Shall Be First Carefully chosen scripture passages to amplify and elucidate the heart of each message are usually reserved for the tail end . . .


D'Souza's 'America' uncovers a generation of liberal lies
Michael Bresciani
July 7, 2014

One of the contributors of the American Prophet website submitted a critique of D'Souza's film just days before its release. Along with other reports it was the . . .


Obama's key to success -- suppress the truth through silence
Michael Bresciani
June 28, 2014

On June 26, 2014 The Factor's Bill O'Reilly lamented the dishonesty of the main stream media once again. The bias and selective reporting of the MSM is no . . .


No help for Iraq -- Obama is busy warring for the LGBT
Michael Bresciani
June 26, 2014

Muslim extremists have captured the oil fields and border crossings of most of northern Iraq. Syria is in tumult and at home, the once mighty Presbyterian . . .


The cotton candy generation - are you smarter than the "arch deceiver"?
Michael Bresciani
June 23, 2014

Forget the question "are you smarter than a fifth grader" and consider this; untold millions are not smarter than a primary age Sunday school kid when it comes . . .


Obama brings shame to America
Michael Bresciani
June 18, 2014

Over and above, to failed domestic policies such as the scarred and hapless mess known as Obamacare, frazzled foreign policy and the international mockery made . . .


The seven most powerful words in prophecy -- when the angel speaks to birds
Michael Bresciani
June 16, 2014

We live in the most defiant age in history. The world is simultaneously trying to form one world religion at the same time it is trying to squash all authority . . .


Barack Obama: Taliban's friend - America's Judas
Michael Bresciani
June 10, 2014

Let's not mince words, if Harry Reid was not at the helm of the predominantly Democratic Senate, the two-thirds majority it takes to impeach a president, would . . .


Don't want to repeat the mistakes of history? -- Check into prophecy
Michael Bresciani
June 7, 2014

Perhaps a better title for this article may have been "Things you didn't know about the second coming of Christ, but will soon learn." Unfortunately, many . . .


America's absurdities, half truths and loopy legal lemons
Michael Bresciani
May 28, 2014

It seems that all a writer must do is remember to quote the source, finding the latest absurdity or unbelievable news story is as easy as turning on the TV, the . . .


Statistics, the fast track to hell? -- Are you following the crowd?
Michael Bresciani
May 22, 2014

Judicial appointee John E. Jones III declared Pennsylvania's ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional on May 20, 2014. Jones said "It was time to toss such . . .


Death toll of leftist administration rising -- 36k criminals and murderers allowed to walk
Michael Bresciani
May 19, 2014

The deaths of Border Patrolmen due to the botched gun running scheme known as "Fast and Furious," Americans killed by drones, the Benghazi four and veterans who . . .


Big gay re-education camps? Are we becoming judges of evil thoughts
Michael Bresciani
May 15, 2014

The idea of re-education for the socially inept is not new. China, Russia, North Korea and Vietnam are a few countries that interred people into camps or re . . .


Obama's climate change facts -- the pathetic vs. the prophetic
Michael Bresciani
May 12, 2014

Mr. Obama railed against climate change deniers (formerly known as global warming) while making a speech at a Walmart store in Mountain View, California a week . . .


Millennials - standing off but not standing up
Michael Bresciani
May 6, 2014

Grammy and Dove Award winners, the popular contemporary Christian music group Jars of Clay recently began tweeting about the "gay marriage" question. Band . . .


Rep Eleanor Holmes Norton: "Benghazi a corpse" -- upgrading from insulting to abusive
Michael Bresciani
May 4, 2014

Before quoting what democrats have been saying about the new emails uncovered on Benghazi and how they show a cover up of the original spin from the White house . . .


The Choom Ganger in Chief -- Hannity's 'Stoned America'
Michael Bresciani
April 27, 2014

Barack Obama, once a proud member of the Choom Gang, is now off sucking in the last smoke of a nation in deep decline. Obama stated that smoking pot is no . . .


Revival in America? -- Not an option, it is a necessity
Michael Bresciani
April 23, 2014

Writing of the moral decline in the US has become almost a guarantee that my articles will be tucked away in the faith section or used as filler during days of . . .


More on the blood red moons -- the tetrads are not biblical signs
Michael Bresciani
April 16, 2014

It amazes me that every day more hype and excitement is added to the upcoming business of the tetrads. The four blood red moons are an astronomical event that . . .


Four blood moons -- let's stop the hype
Michael Bresciani
April 9, 2014

To this writer, it is the prophecy buff that causes the most trouble for the serious student of prophecy. Prophecy fills about one third of the entire Bible, . . .


Homo-lobby: Making children of hell in America
Michael Bresciani
April 6, 2014

In his day Christ constantly rebuked the religious leaders for their hypocrisy and for misleading people from acknowledging that God was doing something new in . . .


Why 'God Is Not Dead' is the box-office surprise of 2014
Michael Bresciani
April 1, 2014

In between publishing Dr. Jerry Newcombe's article "Great New Movie – God's Not Dead" and Rev Austin Miles review of the movie entitled "God's Not Dead a . . .


"Social issues" -- the new hiding place for sleaze
Michael Bresciani
March 28, 2014

"There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." (Proverbs 16: 25) Finding the prototypical list of today's social . . .


Bill Maher's blasphemy, idiotic view of biblical theology and bad math
Michael Bresciani
March 20, 2014

If Barack Obama is, as some now say, the imperial President he may want to be on the lookout for a liberal leaning court jester – who better than late . . .


America -- reaching for the stars, while running out of space?
Michael Bresciani
March 9, 2014

Our idea of space travel is hindered by a few facts that neither NASA nor any other scientific discipline cares to comment on at length. The simple fact that . . .


Apostasy watch -- Europe and U.S. leading the pack
Michael Bresciani
February 28, 2014

In one of the most detailed warnings on the second coming of Christ known as the Olivet Discourse Jesus warned all believers to – watch! "Watch . . .


The twenty first century -- enter at your own risk
Michael Bresciani
February 22, 2014

After reading the reviews, publishing some on our website and finally taking the time to listen to every word and nuance of the debate between creationist Ken . . .


Obama: the climate change bogey-man is coming to get us all!
Michael Bresciani
February 17, 2014

Ignoring reams of reports and empirical data that have debunked the climate change myth Obama has sternly warned Americans will have to pony up and foot the . . .


Does homosexuality bring judgment? -- Prophecies of the future say yes
Michael Bresciani
February 14, 2014

Ask any pop-culture minion of today, or a Hollywood celebrity this question and you will not only get a very emphatic no, but you might see someone cringe and . . .


Pat Robertson's slam on Ham -- calls for a second opinion
Michael Bresciani
February 11, 2014

The secular world is no doubt titillated with Pat Robertson's latest remarks that level a rebuke at creationist Ken Ham in a Christian Post article penned by . . .


Obama's high level hypocrisy at the annual National Prayer Breakfast
Michael Bresciani
February 9, 2014

If Mr. Obama had an honest advisor anywhere in his cabinet or staff, they would no doubt urge him to either fire his speech writer, or grow a conscience, after . . .


The interview: Obama dances around O'Reilly -- stumbles over Lincoln
Michael Bresciani
February 7, 2014

The pre-game interview missed the mark so badly that it was hard to tell if it was not actually just another droll press conference with Jay Carney. O'Reilly . . .


After 41 years of Roe -- pro-aborts still trying to justify murder
Michael Bresciani
February 4, 2014

It used to be that to prove a murder was committed; all that was needed was a body, a motive and a suspect. In today's twisted culture of death you need one . . .


Christians -- Ignore the present political scene at your own peril
Michael Bresciani
February 1, 2014

Not everyone is afraid to say that today's political climate in America, is filled with foreboding and for the first time since the civil war days is so . . .


Super Bowl XLVIII interview with Obama -- will O'Reilly find the character or paint a caricature?
Michael Bresciani
January 29, 2014

Obama says Fox makes a 'caricature' of him – is there no truth in parody? In the late eighties I had the good fortune of having for my friend, a . . .


Prez: It's not dead babies, homo-marriage and Obamacare flop -- Its Rush and Fox
Michael Bresciani
January 26, 2014

The complainer in chief is opining, whining and haranguing with George Bush fading too far into the background to blame; would he give his kingdom for a single . . .


Conservatives -- let's dump the foolishness and the sleaze
Michael Bresciani
January 23, 2014

Although it's a scriptural admonition drawn from a Pauline letter to the church at Ephesus the call to face the seriousness of the spiritual battle also works . . .


Blood red moons and the prophecies of Rabbi Kaduri -- a cautionary note
Michael Bresciani
January 16, 2014

After the publication of Hal Lindsey's 'Late Great Planet Earth' in 1970, a renewed interest in all things about the second coming of Christ was inaugurated.  . . .


Why liberal heroes are mostly deluded Democrats, druggers, dopey or dead?
Michael Bresciani
January 9, 2014

Tim Leary, Aldous Huxley and Ernest Hemingway are all dead, but that's not all they share in common. They all have the dubious distinction of using their . . .


Colorado cannabis: an 'experiment' or dopey defiance?
Michael Bresciani
January 4, 2014

The word experiment is being tossed around in the media regarding the report of the new laws in Colorado that allow anyone to buy pot in a retail outlet. . . .


2013 the year of hypocrisy and really big lies
Michael Bresciani
January 1, 2014

Gold Medalist Barack Obama in 2013 Hands down the number one lie of 2013 has to be Barack Obama's promise that Americans can keep their healthcare plans if . . .


Prophecy 2014 -- will America die in the breach?
Michael Bresciani
December 28, 2013

"The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God." (Psalm 9: 17) If a nation can be cast down because it forgets God – what . . .


Duck Dynasty debate: followed by O'Reilly and the Monday morning theologians
Michael Bresciani
December 23, 2013

Friday December 20, 2013 O'Reilly and Bernie Goldberg are found laying down their opinions and final arbitration along with full solutions for the Duck Dynasty . . .


No First Amendment rights for Duck Dynasty star -- who's next?
Michael Bresciani
December 20, 2013

A gaggle of pundits joined Hannity on his show Thursday night December 19, and debated whether Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson had stepped over the great unseen . . .


Atheists: It's not about Christ in Christmas -- It's about God in a Baby
Michael Bresciani
December 19, 2013

Who could have foreseen a time when debates with atheists would become a Christmas tradition? Recently, Dave Muscato and other atheists have made appearances . . .


Pope Francis: Man of the Year or leader of the apostasy?
Michael Bresciani
December 14, 2013

Time Magazine's announcement that Pope Francis is the 'Man (or person) of the Year' has created a buzz on all levels of news and media. It's too bad that we . . .


Lies, lawlessness and license -- the Obama legacy?
Michael Bresciani
December 7, 2013

"The road to hell is paved with good intentions" – Unknown Flanked by dutiful reporters Barack Obama exclaimed to the American public on December 3, 20 . . .


Has science decided how you will live -- is it your salvation?
Michael Bresciani
December 5, 2013

"A man with an experience is never at the mercy of a man with an argument" – Anonymous Whatever your world view is will pretty much determine the very . . .


Obama's Iranian farce - leaves another American citizen behind
Michael Bresciani
November 27, 2013

Pastor Saeed Abedini goes on languishing in an Iranian prison in poor health as President Barack Obama touts his peace plan with Iran to the public. The . . .


Has America become the habitation of devils?
Michael Bresciani
November 23, 2013

"God has no foibles and is not farcical, finicky, or foolish otherwise he may have given us the Ten Suggestion" – Anon I do not agree with those who . . .


Atheism: poor odds, bad science and the 'law of non contradictions'
Michael Bresciani
November 16, 2013

"Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him." (Proverbs 26: 4) An atheist, a prophet and a liberal walk into an interview  . . .


America enters stage three of the prophetic message
Michael Bresciani
November 8, 2013

ObamaCare is now sliding or perhaps slithering into home plate and has finally gotten the attention of most Americans. Democrats, the main stream media and the . . .


The tale of two pastors -- the blue light special
Michael Bresciani
November 3, 2013

"A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee." (Psalm 91: 7) Stories of great and unusual . . .


Bill O'Reilly -- apostles mistaken, mixed up, or just plain liars?
Michael Bresciani
October 29, 2013

After reviewing 'Killing Jesus' I thought it could be laid to rest for this writer and I could move on to more serious critiques, perhaps those written by . . .


Want to be politically correct, how about -- 'The Washington Snakeskins'?
Michael Bresciani
October 27, 2013

Halloween, noted for its Gaelic and Welch influences is essentially a Christianized pagan observance that is based on remembering the dead. It has no purpose in . . .


Three great idols of modern man -- high priest not far behind
Michael Bresciani
October 24, 2013

There may be thousands of idols that transfix the imagination of modern man, but three of them are now rising to the surface around the globe. They have all, . . .


Obama says: don't listen to anyone but me!
Michael Bresciani
October 21, 2013

It had to happen. After every victory Barack Obama not only gloats, but in very vindictive and overt ways he rubs it in the face of those he thinks he has . . .


Muslim jihad vs. American perversion -- the race is on
Michael Bresciani
October 19, 2013

The full effects of Muslim Jihad can't be hidden from view in our world of instant communications. Western media is selective about what it tells the public and . . .


Obama: I'll have my way - or all Americans will suffer!
Michael Bresciani
October 15, 2013

No, this is not a direct quote from Barack Obama, but it is an interpretation derived from every statement he has made of late, and his decision making . . .


Darwinism's props and propaganda approaching the pathetic
Michael Bresciani
October 10, 2013

Since the Scopes trial took place in Dayton, Tennessee in 1925 the Darwinists are not the only ones who have dug into the evidence, or the lack of it, but . . .


Review: Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Jesus'
Michael Bresciani
October 3, 2013

O'Reilly has taken on many conservative causes and his work for the Wounded Warrior Project and Megan's Law are nothing to scoff at, and it is easy to stand . . .


America: while you slept an enemy came
Michael Bresciani
October 2, 2013

"Goats are slightly smarter than sheep, but they always choose the path to hell – how smart is that?" Anon Millions of Americans now want the gay . . .


Review: Ray Comfort's -- 'EVOLUTION vs. GOD'
Michael Bresciani
September 28, 2013

"Modern secular education and propaganda and indoctrination are birds of a feather." Anon The Evolution V. God video is only a bit over thirty minutes in . . .


Has the pope taken his first steps into Last Days apostasy?
Michael Bresciani
September 25, 2013

Reuters and other news agencies are reporting that the Pope has capitulated on several issues such as homosexuality, abortion and contraception. The Pope's . . .


Are American Christians politically irresponsible?
Michael Bresciani
September 22, 2013

"It's just the will of God if someone evil comes to power." No attribution for this commonly heard saying is given because there would be untold thousands of . . .


"International norms?" -- Obama flunks Sociology 101
Michael Bresciani
September 19, 2013

According to the transcript of remarks made by Barack Obama at the G-20 Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia and released by the White House website, Mr. Obama . . .


The Fig Tree generation -- so how much time is left?
Michael Bresciani
September 13, 2013

"I saw the danger and I passed, along the enchanted way, and I said let grief be a fallen leaf, at the dawning of the day" Raglin Road – McNally and . . .


LGBT and the atheists -- the new 'body snatchers' of the last days
Michael Bresciani
September 9, 2013

"If your entire sense of morality and right and wrong is derived from today's pop-culture trends – you are probably on a direct path to hell." Anon In . . .


The weaver's shuttle -- why atheist's are attempting to change the laws
Michael Bresciani
September 7, 2013

This week, the justices of the Massachusetts Supreme Court are examining the atheists challenge against "one nation under God" in the pledge of allegiance. They . . .


Do scientists go to heaven -- what will they do there?
Michael Bresciani
August 31, 2013

While the title is a bit facetious the subject was first addresses on national TV by Fox anchor Bill O'Reilly and his guest commentator John Stossel. Who . . .


Old soldiers, young athletes, and the 'overwhelming spread of evil'
Michael Bresciani
August 27, 2013

Delbert Belton dodged bullets, shells and extreme danger on the far distant shores of Japanese held Okinawa only to return to his beloved homeland, and in his . . .


Sleepless in New Jersey - Christie drinks the LGBT kool-aid
Michael Bresciani
August 23, 2013

Whether it's a hurricane or a storm of LGBT assertions of junk science, it is certain that it doesn't take the discovery of an actual 'gay gene' to blow Chris . . .


Doubting dubious Obama - it's about his record not his race
Michael Bresciani
August 21, 2013

Sen. Harry Reid recently raised the doubt that conservatives may after all be openly resisting Obamacare and most all Obama policy due to his race. Sen. Reid . . .


Born this way and the alcoholic gene -- the tale of two pathologies
Michael Bresciani
August 16, 2013

Although there isn't a shred of humor involved, it seems almost comical that modern man has arrived at his days of religious apostasy and bible dismissal just . . .


Huff-Po slams Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt -- the Bible says he's right on target
Michael Bresciani
August 12, 2013

Huffington Post, the left wings leading online rag, has slammed Former Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt of the 'Pray In Jesus Name' website for saying that,  . . .


No more night - God's answer to the two greatest lies of our time
Michael Bresciani
July 29, 2013

The portrait of our best science and knowledge is not just askew when compared to the prophetic narrative of the Living God – it is a total fraud. Any . . .


Obama says it's fake scandals -- America says it's a failing presidency
Michael Bresciani
July 26, 2013

Why anyone would borrow the phraseology of the master of 'telling it all but saying nothing' is hard to explain, but Mr. Obama pirated a line from Press . . .


Satan makes history in Britain and the cover of 'Rolling Stone' in the U.S.
Michael Bresciani
July 19, 2013

Centuries of British nobility have turned the corner for the worse. In spite of the British Coalition for Marriage having seven times as many supporters as the . . .


If Sharpton's 100 cities goes violent - will he be held accountable?
Michael Bresciani
July 16, 2013

The major difference between civil rights movements of the past and those of today is blaringly obvious. Civil rights movements of the 60s were aimed at freeing . . .


America's Demonic Cry -- "Let us alone"
Michael Bresciani
July 12, 2013

Well over 40 years of attending to second coming prophecies and what is generally known as eschatological doctrine has brought many lessons and reactions from . . .


Obama's change -- a brand of evil
Michael Bresciani
July 1, 2013

Every period of time in this world has had its despots, and tyrants who forced their particular brand of evil on those they ruled. To insult the Jews, . . .


Being 'left behind' doesn't strictly mean you've missed the rapture
Michael Bresciani
June 23, 2013

New day same old arguments No sooner had renowned teacher John MacArthur announced his October 'Strange Fire" conference when Dr. Michael Brown (askdrbrown . . .


Boy that cried Wolf: Or the Handwriting on the Wall?
Michael Bresciani
June 18, 2013

"In the same hour came forth fingers of a man's hand, and wrote over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall of the king's palace: and the king saw . . .


America -- fear and the Lord of Misrule
Michael Bresciani
June 14, 2013

"Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe." (Proverbs 29: 25 NIV) In 1981 Americans elected an actor to be president . . .


The great unwashed generation
Michael Bresciani
June 9, 2013

In a recent study reported on Politico, it is said that the reason many young voters abandoned the conservatives and more specifically the GOP was because they . . .


John Piper tweets -- no apology necessary
Michael Bresciani
June 4, 2013

After Oklahoma was blasted with tornadoes that took lives and left about 12,000 homes leveled evangelical minister John Piper tweeted a message from a passage . . .


Tolerance: the new 'live and let live' of the PC indoctrinated
Michael Bresciani
June 2, 2013

Under the Obama administration we have come to expect dishonesty, sidestepping and outright flip flopping on any and all issues, imagined or real. The latest . . .


The shameless nation -- BSA loses, gay agenda wins, for now
Michael Bresciani
May 26, 2013

The ever increasing bullying of the gay agenda in America has now resulted in changes for the Boy Scouts of America that are devastating. Now openly gay boys . . .


Ponder prophecy but don't presume -- the hard questions
Michael Bresciani
May 21, 2013

Certain questions among believers have been with us since the Lord's departure and his promise to return. Some of the questions are why denominations and sects . . .


Can America endure even more Obama absurdities?
Michael Bresciani
May 18, 2013

Chechen terrorists, the Tsarnaev brothers could have been deported the moment it was known that they returned to the country they sought asylum from or when . . .


Where is America - as the clock approaches the midnight hour?
Michael Bresciani
May 14, 2013

As a young man one of my first pastors advised me to "preach the gospel as a dying man to dying men." I have ever done that and I have since been approached . . .


Obama: Abortion foes want the 50s - conservatives: give us a 50s president too
Michael Bresciani
May 6, 2013

At a time when the headline of the day is a story about the bloody massacres of babies born alive in Gosnell's Clinic, the almost bone jarring contrast of Obama . . .


American youth caught by the tail?
Michael Bresciani
May 3, 2013

Over 80K showed up for Denver 4–20 to celebrate the new freedom to smoke marijuana in Colorado. Tens of thousands of young liberal thinkers show at gay . . .


Obama berates birthers -- when did asking honest questions become a joke?
Michael Bresciani
April 30, 2013

Parody, banter, satire, burlesque, conundrum, aside and anecdotes are all forms of humor, but the President has introduced a new form of humor. Heretofore, . . .


Boston aftermath -- blather, blame and blasphemy
Michael Bresciani
April 27, 2013

It is said that one out of every three Americans are Christian. These statistics may mean less than at any other time in our history. Recently one source . . .


Pot heads in Denver -- the tote seen round the world
Michael Bresciani
April 23, 2013

Just when Muslim nations get on your nerves by accusing America of being the most degenerate nation on earth, you pick up the morning paper to see that in . . .


Raising American beauties -- gardening with the Father of Lies
Michael Bresciani
April 22, 2013

In an episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show, which ran from 1961 to 1966, Rob Petrie (Van Dyke) heard his pre-adolescent son using an unacceptable word in his . . .


Obama applies PC band-aid to Boston terrorism
Michael Bresciani
April 17, 2013

April 15, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts, the Boston Marathon, one of the only six world marathon majors and the oldest marathon in the world was interrupted by . . .


Political correctness in America -- the streamlining of evil
Michael Bresciani
April 13, 2013

The primary thrust of political correctness is the elimination of offensive or contrary speech that may offend, or point out particular behaviors, casting them . . .


America: 40 years preparing to live without God -- how's that going?
Michael Bresciani
April 9, 2013

For a generation our academics, social activist, liberal politicians and Tinsel Town tramps have been engaged in pushing God out of the national consciousness. . . .


Mr. O'Reilly, wise up -- 'Bible thumper' is a derogatory term
Michael Bresciani
April 4, 2013

On Tuesday evening April 2, 2013 Laura Ingraham is seen slouching back in her chair in an exhausted pose in response to Bill O'Reilly's defense of the term  . . .


Public opinion morality -- the shifting sands of a sinking nation
Michael Bresciani
March 30, 2013

Florida it seems is not the only state where the ground suddenly shifts sucking in everything above. America has become a land of sink-holes from coast to coast . . .


Easter and prophecy - the resurrection you will believe
Michael Bresciani
March 27, 2013

Approaching Easter for 2013, it is apparent that each celebration of Christ's resurrection from now on, has more significance than at any other time in history. . . .


Obama, Hillary, Portman and Morris -- evolved thinking?
Michael Bresciani
March 22, 2013

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Rob Portman have all announced that they have begun to evolve in their thinking about same sex marriage, each for their . . .


A letter from God -- Popes, Protestants and rebels
Michael Bresciani
March 16, 2013

Much to the chagrin of the liberals it seems the Catholics have chosen a standard bearer Pope in the conservative vein and should be congratulated for this move . . .


Sacrificing souls on the altar of political correctness
Michael Bresciani
March 14, 2013

On March 5, 2013, a You Tube video showed up in which late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel introduces a new segment to his show called "The confusing question of . . .


'Killing Allegory' -- A New York Times Bestseller?
Michael Bresciani
March 3, 2013

Fox anchor Bill O'Reilly and his co-author Martin Durgard recently signed to write "Killing of Jesus." The excitement and anticipation has peaked a lot of . . .


Judgment: the last thing on our minds
Michael Bresciani
February 22, 2013

"It's a lesson too late for the learning – Made of sand, made of sand" Tom Paxton: The Last thing On My Mind. Researching the subject of judgment and . . .


The prophetic implications of Pope Benedict's resignation
Michael Bresciani
February 16, 2013

Any understanding of Benedict's resignation must begin with the simple fact that not all people are Catholic and not all Christians are Catholic. Of the 2.3 . . .


Colin Powell is right -- sometimes our questions are idiotic
Michael Bresciani
February 6, 2013

Fox newsman Bill O'Reilly sees himself as a patriot and a culture warrior and thusly, he asks liberals, democrats and a plethora of lefty loons, extremists and . . .


From Russia with love -- wise up, America!
Michael Bresciani
February 1, 2013

On Jan 26, 2013 Associated Press writer Mike Stobbe popped a piece on the public, strongly suggesting that we should shame the obese into losing weight. The . . .


Obama 2013 inaugural speech -- the violable vision of the un-vetted
Michael Bresciani
January 24, 2013

The Liberal's Opinion Within hours of Barack Obama's inaugural speech varying opinions fell like a hard rain in the jungle. Chris Matthews wasted no time . . .


Internet or the heart -- which is the land of shadows?
Michael Bresciani
January 23, 2013

O'Reilly Factor contributors McGuirk and Gutfeld discussed everything from Obama's gun proposals to Notre Dame's Manti Te'o on Friday January 18, 2013. No one . . .


From carrying the cross to bearing the sword -- is it the same Jesus?
Michael Bresciani
January 22, 2013

Polls have indicated that only 37 percent of Americans now believe that homosexuality is a perverted and sinful practice. Most of those examining this latest . . .


Apostasy -- the place where religion and revelation part company
Michael Bresciani
January 13, 2013

The headlines are filled daily with news of some new trend in the church where social norms are supplanting both scriptural doctrine and traditions. Among the . . .


Hollywood's denial and blatant hypocrisy on guns
Michael Bresciani
January 9, 2013

Arnold Schwarzenegger is the latest Hollywood star to chime in on guns and gun control. Like many Hollywood actors he is standing in the line marked "we had . . .


Barack Obama: a case of identity crisis
Michael Bresciani
January 7, 2013

Reprobation is a condition of moral confusion that the scriptures say will be pervasive in the last days of time as we know it. (Romans 1: 27-32) It is a result . . .


Prophecy has no entertainment value but Piers Morgan does
Michael Bresciani
December 29, 2012

During an interview with mega-pastor Rick Warren on CNN host Piers Morgan has exclaimed that the Bible and the U.S. Constitution are 'inherently flawed.' . . .


Atheists' advertise bah-humbug in Times Square
Michael Bresciani
December 22, 2012

The controversial and perhaps blasphemous exclamation made by actor, Jamie Foxx, has hardly dropped off the news cycle and along comes the 'American Atheists' . . .


Christmas and abortion -- the oil and water of our generation
Michael Bresciani
December 21, 2012

In a few days we will observe Christmas for 2012. For many Americans this Christmas is just a bit sadder than previous years. The terrible event that took place . . .


Sandy Hook shooting: let's dump the psychological doubletalk
Michael Bresciani
December 19, 2012

Out of respect for the little souls who were brutally murdered and their families this piece will make no mention of any of them or their families. Suffice it . . .


Will the Mayan calendar wreck your Christmas?
Michael Bresciani
December 7, 2012

Using tongue-in-cheek for a title may lead you to believe that we are going to have a little fun with a very serious matter. It could be, if the Mayan calendar . . .


Wickedness -- an old term comes home to roost
Michael Bresciani
December 3, 2012

Much like the TV and electronic main stream media, today's journalism has taken a dive into the spurious and doubtful. Left loonies and liberal sympathizers . . .


Sen. Rubio's earth -- it isn't about science it's about silence
Michael Bresciani
November 28, 2012

Huff-Po and the pop-culture scoffers seem un-nerved of late over Sen. Marco Rubio's statement about the mystery of the age of the planet earth. He told GQ's . . .


Prophecy 2013 -- the year winners become losers
Michael Bresciani
November 23, 2012

An old adage among Christians is 'Be careful what you ask God for because you just might get it,' but this year, more than any other in our history, that adage . . .


Obama triumphs -- the worst is yet to come
Michael Bresciani
November 10, 2012

The day after the general elections the New Orleans Times Picayune ran the headline, "Obama Triumphs — 'The Best is yet to Come.'" The sinking feeling in . . .


Barack or the Bible -- no contest
Michael Bresciani
October 30, 2012

Pseudo Christians, and non-believers can and will vote any way their conscience dictates, but real Bible believing Christians are constrained by the message of . . .


How would Lincoln vote in the 2012 election?
Michael Bresciani
October 24, 2012

Any normal school student could research and find the heart of the Lincoln administration and of Lincoln himself, in very short time. Discovering Lincoln's sole . . .


In the phony war on women both scripture and science are ignored
Michael Bresciani
October 18, 2012

A hush fell on the recent vice presidential debate in Denver when moderator Martha Raddatz asked Biden and Ryan their heartfelt views on abortion. Biden, who . . .


America: where patriots are not fools and presidents are not kings
Michael Bresciani
October 8, 2012

Preppers are people who think that America is about to turn into a lawless free for all, so they are stocking up on food and supplies and heading for remote . . .


It wasn't God's voice I heard -- it was yours
Michael Bresciani
October 5, 2012

With Muslim leaders and the UN actually considering limiting speech that would, in turn, limit any criticism of the so called prophet of Islam, we are forced to . . .


Eye candy on the view -- Am-dad at the UN -- America on the rocks
Michael Bresciani
September 28, 2012

Current affairs and foreign policy have met together in a Disney like cartoon production where Howard Stern is heard asking questions about Romney's choice of . . .


The philosophy of abortion -- intrinsically flawed
Michael Bresciani
September 24, 2012

If this article were entitled "The Philosophy of Abortion is Demonic," some readers would have never started reading, especially, after seeing that the author . . .


New York, Cairo and Libya -- from nonsense to madness
Michael Bresciani
September 20, 2012

PC, tolerance and diversity is rapidly approaching critical mass as seen in the headlines this week. In Libya, Cairo and throughout the Muslim nations, protests . . .


Dawkins dabbles in politics -- PC and scientific intransigence on display
Michael Bresciani
September 15, 2012

Richard Dawkins is perpetually lost deep in his own solipsism, but now it seems he is branching out into the realm of politics and assessing the 2012 candidates . . .


Obama and the liberals meet -- the 40 year factor
Michael Bresciani
September 12, 2012

The best Biblical teachers in the world have been forecasting big trouble for America over the last 40 years. While largely ignored the "great pay-day someday," . . .


Best advice for DNC conventioneers -- watch out for cloud to ground lightning
Michael Bresciani
September 8, 2012

Ministers and preachers will have tons of good material for a long time after watching the entire DNC Convention in Charlotte, even without the now infamous  . . .


Obama: RNC in black and white TV? -- DNC in Rainbow, Red and Luciferian black
Michael Bresciani
September 6, 2012

While campaigning in Iowa last week Barack Obama's spokesmen Jay Carney said he didn't bother to watch the Republican National Convention proceedings in Tampa . . .


Culture war -- or spiritual wickedness in high places?
Michael Bresciani
August 31, 2012

Conservative hawks may want Rep. Todd Akin scrubbed from the ticket even as religious leaders and those voicing the social issues in this election cycle are . . .


America's future in prophecy -- the proof, the promise and the point of no return
Michael Bresciani
August 26, 2012

School bells ring across the nation as students make their Pavlovian responses, cracking open the textbooks that pimp the Darwinian delusion known as the . . .


Forget Romney's tax returns -- go find Barack Obama's honesty and compassion
Michael Bresciani
August 21, 2012

Few stories have managed to jump off the page and grip the heart and the better sensibilities of this writer as much as the recently released news item about . . .


Obama campaign sinks to new low -- scare our seniors to death
Michael Bresciani
August 18, 2012

Spending the last week studying the Ryan plan on Medicare against the remarks made about it by Barack Obama and Joe Biden has produced a surprising result. The . . .


Obama's three great foot in mouth proclamations
Michael Bresciani
August 16, 2012

In the 18th century the idea of stepping in something that was wholly undesirable became the catchphrase, "to put one's foot in it." Today it is the mark of a . . .


November 6, 2012, an election or a last chance? Check your clock, America!
Michael Bresciani
August 14, 2012

Calling indecision cowardice may seem a bit harsh, but honestly assessing the state of the nation today, anyone worth his salt would have to concur that; . . .


Indirect deaths by candidates -- are Obama's hands clean?
Michael Bresciani
August 10, 2012

Still at the top of the news is the dishonest ad put up by Barack Obama's super PAC which implied that Mitt Romney was indirectly responsible for the death of . . .


Accountability: the missing element in the Obama presidency
Michael Bresciani
August 5, 2012

A plethora of incredibly hard to believe events takes place in America almost every day. Some are unexpected, but many are quite persistent like the nearly 1200 . . .


Doctrines of devils at the DNC -- a wedge issue or a witches brew?
Michael Bresciani
August 2, 2012

This week the Democratic National Committee announced that it will not only support same sex marriage, but it plans to put forth the issue as a plank in the . . .


Aurora: a fractured society makes a fraternity of fools not a nation
Michael Bresciani
July 23, 2012

We are reeling after the horrible event in the theater in Aurora, Colorado, but while it is still unfolding we must now endure the army of experts and analysts . . .


Lying by omission -- the latest Obama campaign tool
Michael Bresciani
July 13, 2012

There are many kinds of lies like — barefaced, minimization, white lies, contextual lies and economy with the truth lies. Lying by omission is only one of . . .


D--Day for the heart of a nation: November 6, 2012
Michael Bresciani
July 5, 2012

When Barack Obama charged into the White House like a roaring and brilliant meteor on the wings of a slogan; 'Hope and Change' there may have been moments when . . .


Serious questions and answers on the coming of Antichrist
Michael Bresciani
July 1, 2012

We have endured the wild speculations of a lot of would be Bible interpreters of prophecy and as a result a long list of potential 'antichrists' has come and . . .


The Last Days crowd -- things we don't like to admit
Michael Bresciani
June 27, 2012

Two things jump into mind every time I think of Bill Wiese's book, '23 Minutes in Hell.' The first is Christ's warning, not about who is going to hell, but how . . .


Brian Terry: What justice? What privilege?
Michael Bresciani
June 23, 2012

In a jaw dropping move, Barack Obama put the brakes on justice, on behalf of the Justice Department's top man, Eric Holder by means of that god like power we . . .


Respect for the American people -- AWOL in the Obama presidency
Michael Bresciani
June 20, 2012

Bill O'Reilly was heard on the factor recently parroting the all too familiar adage about always "respecting the office of the President even if you don't . . .


Father's Day -- June 17, 2012 -- what would our Founding Fathers say?
Michael Bresciani
June 11, 2012

An entire generation has been primed and prepped to reach the level of liberalism that prevails in our nation today. Many youth don't even know who our . . .


Latest group of Americans denied their right to life -- Unborn female children
Michael Bresciani
June 2, 2012

A time for lies Who has not heard the expression that if given enough time the truth will eventually come out? In fact in the Biblical record, the opposite . . .


What happens when a superpower -- meets a supersign?
Michael Bresciani
May 25, 2012

It is understood that prophecy preachers, students and buffs, are not always prophets. This is never clearer as when it is seen that many prophecy ministries . . .


New Obama strategy -- 'hot button issues' in your face
Michael Bresciani
May 19, 2012

Just when you thought there was no way possible to cover or subdue the record of five trillion in debt and the most joblessness since the depression, the master . . .


ISAIAH 9: 10 JUDGMENT - Video review and interview with producer Joseph Farah
Michael Bresciani
May 16, 2012

In 1970 even the churches were not regularly taught the doctrine of the second coming of Christ more commonly known as premillennial prophecy. Then along came . . .


Obama's 'evolved' position on gay marriage -- anti biblical and anti-Christ
Michael Bresciani
May 13, 2012

Only days after the Vice President announced he was comfortable with same sex marriages; President Obama announced his newly revised (Evolved) position on gay . . .


Biden 'comfortable' with same sex marriage -- thirty two states are not
Michael Bresciani
May 10, 2012

Gay marriage opponents have won bans or amendments 32 times on ballot measures since 1998. Joe Biden, like his boss, doesn't seem to care much for the general . . .


Dan Savage bombs while bullying Christians and bashing the Bible
Michael Bresciani
May 6, 2012

Gay anti-bullying spokesperson, Dan Savage, belittled, berated and bullied Christians the Bible and the Pope while addressing 3,000 high school students at a . . .


Obama fooling on Fallon while failing America
Michael Bresciani
April 26, 2012

It may be that the crowds of youth Obama is appealing to by appearing on Jimmy Fallon's show and interviews in Rolling Stone Magazine are all he has got. . . .


The First Lady's curious theology
Michael Bresciani
April 22, 2012

In America We Elect presidents, we don't worship them. But the Weekly Standard blog offered a headline on April 17, 2012 that could be filed under 'seeing it is . . .


America unplugged -- the new Lord's Prayer
Michael Bresciani
April 19, 2012

Those who can hardly stand the syntax and rhythmic schemes of the English usage in our Constitution will not find any magnificence or beauty in the Elizabethan . . .


America: when laughter turns to mourning
Michael Bresciani
April 12, 2012

Fitful paroxysms followed Jay Leno's announcement that Rick Santorum dropped out of the GOP primary race on Tuesday April 10, 2012. The crowd was so excited . . .


Examining religious errors and foundations is not bigotry
Michael Bresciani
April 11, 2012

On Monday night April 9, 2012 Brit Hume stated during an interview on Fox News that being critical of someone's religion only helps the person being criticized . . .


The GOP nomination and the other side of the frying pan
Michael Bresciani
April 7, 2012

Twisting old and revered adages is a risky business in a world that has become historically challenged and patently perverse. The risk is that many may think . . .


Will believers tip the 2012 election?
Michael Bresciani
April 5, 2012

Andy Andrews, the author of 'How Do You Kill 11 Million People: Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think' was a guest on the Mike Huckabee show recently. As . . .


'We the people' decide who is electable -- not the media
Michael Bresciani
March 28, 2012

The term 'electability' has become a catch word in this primary but under scrutiny it is easy to see that it is misused sometimes and generally over used at all . . .


Obama documents -- UFOs, Bigfoot and the Link that is Not Missing
Michael Bresciani
March 19, 2012

In that vast flying gaggle of fledgling Anglo-mangling verbiage-magicians, jacked journalists and giant egos like the Huffington Post, can be found about 10-15 . . .


Santorum -- 'When in the course of human events'
Michael Bresciani
March 17, 2012

One of the definitions for expedience is that it is "a regard for what is politic or advantageous rather than for what is right or just; a sense of self . . .


Tale of two campaigns -- the slogan of 2008 -- the acronym of 2012
Michael Bresciani
March 13, 2012

In the 2008 election, the slogan 'Change we can believe in' carried the willing like the mind bending smooth and seamlessly executed arpeggios of the Pied Piper . . .


Politics, prophecy and the Santorum factor
Michael Bresciani
March 9, 2012

If these are not the biblical 'last days' then nothing said here is of any particular consequence. If as the Bible says the last generation begins when Israel . . .


This ship needs a captain not just a businessman
Michael Bresciani
March 3, 2012

In this day of the history challenged it may not be safe to assume that everyone knows that it was Captain John Paul Jones who in the fall of 1779 said the . . .


Obama says more -- O'Reilly says less -- Not theirs to decide
Michael Bresciani
February 22, 2012

It is clear that after three years of the Obama administration's labors for the gay agenda and his recent statement about abortion being a means for "our . . .


Buckets for babies -- sex-ed for kindergarten -- but no bag lunches, please!
Michael Bresciani
February 18, 2012

This may be the only article ever written that needs only its title and no further elucidation of any kind. It also is the only article that this writer has . . .


Obama: violating much more than conscience
Michael Bresciani
February 14, 2012

In his latest show Gov. Mike Huckabee was seen interviewing a Catholic priest, as they spoke, the Governor said that since the Catholics have come under attack  . . .


Candidates waging the wrong war -- voters sent to the wrong battles
Michael Bresciani
February 11, 2012

The new catchphrase of the campaign analysts and pundits which seems to be rising above the ordinarily heard terms like democrat, republican, liberal or . . .


The impassioned message of Rick Santorum, Bella and the unborn
Michael Bresciani
February 6, 2012

This may be the most difficult time the nation has ever been through as we approach this critical election year. It is hard to say too much about Mitt Romney . . .


Obama speech at National Prayer Breakfast: insincere theological farce
Michael Bresciani
February 4, 2012

Glancing down at his notes every few seconds Mr. Obama managed to get through what looked like the worst drudgery of his day at the National Prayer Breakfast.  . . .


UFOs, abortion and the novelist who poses with typewriters
Michael Bresciani
February 2, 2012

In a Wikipedia entry under 'Frances Parkinson Keyes biography' is found a finely preserved picture of the late Mrs. Keyes sitting at a typewriter. There is no . . .


Movie Review: COURAGEOUS -- 'Honor Begins at Home'
Michael Bresciani
January 27, 2012

Courageous is triumphantly American and unashamedly Christian. The film wreaks havoc on the generally accepted idea that everything that goes wrong with adults . . .


Embattled American children -- 39 years of Roe v. Wade
Michael Bresciani
January 25, 2012

Thirty nine years of the product of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision to allow abortion has taken a gruesome toll on human life. America composes only one twentieth . . .


Conservative president? -- Yes, but not by opinion
Michael Bresciani
January 20, 2012

That, I am not alone in the struggle to bring conscience, faith and the Bible itself back into the national psyche offers little consolation because, God seems . . .


Indie's and undecided voters are now cleared for landing
Michael Bresciani
January 13, 2012

Estimates run around 40 percent for independent voters in this election cycle. Many answers are offered for why this phenomenon is so prevalent right now in the . . .


Obama, the liberals and the apostates -- a legacy of division
Michael Bresciani
January 4, 2012

Everyone from preachers to comedians has at some time been heard to quote Christ's famous line from Matthew's gospel, "every city or house divided against . . .


Ron Paul: Iowa's confusion -- America's Ross Perot?
Michael Bresciani
December 31, 2011

Ron Paul cannot be called a dark horse as Abraham Lincoln once was, because now there is too much known about him. He is the nightmare for republicans and a . . .


Who will you kiss when the ball drops in Times Square?
Michael Bresciani
December 28, 2011

It is said that when Christ died on the cross, and in three days arose victororius over death, and walked out alive from his tomb, that God had figuratively put . . .


How to have a Politically Correct Merry Christmas
Michael Bresciani
December 22, 2011

There is little doubt what tone Mr. Obama has desired to set for the nation. His song has been about bailouts, spending, class warfare, circumventing the . . .


Palestinians: Did Gingrich get it right?
Michael Bresciani
December 15, 2011

Both the mainstream media and Mitt Romney have been painting a picture of Newt Gingrich as a loose cannon largely because he has been articulating that the . . .


Prophecy 2012: America in the valley of decision
Michael Bresciani
December 6, 2011

This message is less about the denouement of America than it is about the deliberations of a nation at an urgent and critical moment in its history. I urge . . .


Is the philosophy of modern science -- unscientific?
Michael Bresciani
November 28, 2011

The best place to begin an examination of modern scientific philosophical flaws is in its very own definition. What science has become is far removed from its . . .


Super power, super committee and the 'whoops' factor
Michael Bresciani
November 23, 2011

America's lonely prophets and prognosticators are standing on the side saying we must stop sinning while her politicians are putting together super committees . . .


Message in a bottle -- anarchy, decline and Obama blindness
Michael Bresciani
November 17, 2011

Recent polls have decided who the front runners are in the GOP race for the White House but the same polls sadly report that whoever wins the party nomination . . .


Marriage adviser caves -- Satan not in LGBT?
Michael Bresciani
November 16, 2011

I comb the news each week looking for what might inform and above all help the Christian community to stay strong in the faith. I have refused automatic news . . .


Mississippi still burning -- consciences seared
Michael Bresciani
November 12, 2011

There is little doubt that this writer is convinced we are in the last days but just in case you don't read long enough to read my usual scriptural addendum . . .


Eight reasons why today's world despises and resists Christianity
Michael Bresciani
November 4, 2011

All references to Christianity here are referring only to Bible based or scripturally centered faith unless otherwise stated. In politics the term RINO has . . .


Our nation of laws -- that endanger our future
Michael Bresciani
October 29, 2011

While interpreting a woman's right to abortion in 1973, the Supreme Court made a landmark decision to allow a woman to abort an unborn child for any reason. . . .


People, president, prophet, pope - VS - anarchy, unrest, and tons of dope
Michael Bresciani
October 27, 2011

One of America's most well known news commentators gave a summary of how America got into its present troubles only last night. There is no need to name or . . .


PC or 'Fear Not' -- You are now free to pass back into the seventh century
Michael Bresciani
October 25, 2011

It would be easy to declare that I think political correctness should be declared un-American and if I know the least little bit about what the founding fathers . . .


West's Winter of Discontent, the Arab Spring, and the summer from hell
Michael Bresciani
October 20, 2011

From the beginning God has used man's voice above all else to provide a revelation of himself and his will. That he warns them ahead of his biggest changes is . . .


More than winning -- can the GOP candidates mend the divide?
Michael Bresciani
October 16, 2011

No one has done more to divide the nation in its entire history than the incumbent, Barack Obama. The one who said America should drop all its divides including . . .


Media's confusion about Mormonism -- journalists' poor theologians?
Michael Bresciani
October 13, 2011

Dr. Robert Jeffress said Mormonism has "never been considered a part of mainstream Christianity." He indicated that he thought Mormonism is a cult at the Values . . .


Hey kids -- let's meet on Wall St. for weeks-long whining fest
Michael Bresciani
October 9, 2011

Headlines are heralding Apple's, Steve Jobs as someone who impacted and changed our lives. At the same time demonstrations and riots in Chile, South Korea and . . .


Obama rebukes GOP for snubbing gay serviceman? - High level hypocrisy
Michael Bresciani
October 4, 2011

In homiletical discourse less is often more. This is precisely why any preacher who is not a novice will use the standard introduction, three points and a . . .


The economy: the opiate of the classes
Michael Bresciani
September 25, 2011

Yes, the title of this piece is a takeoff on the overworked paraphrased quote of Karl Marx who said, "Religion is the opiate (opium) of the masses." Religion is . . .


America, Canada and Mexico: headed for a payday?
Michael Bresciani
September 21, 2011

Up till now it was hard to pull off anything in the brave new world of today's "tolerance and diversity" that could outshine what is done in America. Canada has . . .


The vision that started a lifetime of prophetic ministry
Michael Bresciani
September 17, 2011

Nearly seven years has passed since my book entitled "An American Prophet and His Message" was published and only recently has it occurred to me that of the . . .


9/11 prophecies, Gibson Guitars and pabulum for the naÔve
Michael Bresciani
September 10, 2011

Getting between three to five hundred emails a day is not my idea of great fun but I never ignore any of them and it is always surprising what is on the minds . . .


Dignity and obscenity don't mix even in America
Michael Bresciani
September 7, 2011

Basically every school kid knows that oil and water do not mix. Should anyone have missed that rudimentary lesson in chemistry, they have only to recall the . . .


Is there time to recover the American dream?
Michael Bresciani
September 2, 2011

In Ronald Reagan's address to the nation July 27, 1981 he said "This is not the time for political fun and games. This is the time for a new beginning." He was . . .


Prophecy: the rock that cannot be moved
Michael Bresciani
August 19, 2011

After a lifetime studying and proclaiming Biblical prophecy it is now apparent that, in this turbulent and unstable world, prophecy is along with the Savior who . . .


Religion bad, science good -- an argument for fools
Michael Bresciani
August 14, 2011

My recently published piece entitled "Premiere of Discovery's 'Curiosity' — Shameless Secularism not Science" has created no small stir among both the . . .


Premiere of Discovery's 'Curiosity' -- shameless secularism not science
Michael Bresciani
August 10, 2011

After weeks of being pounded by commercials promoting Discovery Channel's first in a series they call "Curiosity," it would be hard for anyone with only a . . .


World markets teetering -- no confidence in Obamanomics
Michael Bresciani
August 7, 2011

The only place where the glazed eyes of the most excited followers still reflect a, "If I could but touch the hem of his garment" look; seems to be at the . . .


Tolerance and diversity: America's experiment with dishonesty
Michael Bresciani
August 2, 2011

Freedom of choice, free speech and endless opportunities were once the phrases that stood foremost in the thinking of Americans and anyone in the rest of the . . .


Bill Gaither and the Trio: a national treasure, a Last Days beacon
Michael Bresciani
July 31, 2011

As the darkness created by social upheaval and worldwide changes grip the world, there are a few lights across the globe that offer hope, stability and a view . . .


Obama: Not sure what he stands for? -- Do know who he stands with!
Michael Bresciani
July 28, 2011

The daily news cycle shifts from deadly bombings in Norway to union organizers manhandling people over teacher's benefits in the U.S., and if you wait long . . .


Born gay? -- Another whopper from the Father of Lies
Michael Bresciani
July 26, 2011

We labor under the fanciful pop culture notion that late comedian Flip Wilson popularized in the 70's which is very funny but totally theologically incorrect. . . .


President Wilson could never imagine -- democracy made safe for perversion
Michael Bresciani
July 23, 2011

In a speech made by President Woodrow Wilson on April 2, 1917 he argued the reasons for declaring war against Germany. Of all that he said the one line most . . .


Con jobs, snake oil salesmen, and false prophets: do we know the difference?
Michael Bresciani
July 20, 2011

Perhaps one of the weakest interpretations of scriptures ever employed by one of the weakest segments of the church comes from Paul's letter to the church at . . .


America's 'other' rising deficit -- which we also can't afford
Michael Bresciani
July 16, 2011

Is America merely a Plutocracy that can be whipped into line by juggling the wealth or as the Obama administration supposes; redistributing the wealth, raising . . .


Selling Christian junk while making shipwreck of our faith?
Michael Bresciani
July 13, 2011

In the 1960's I was onboard an 800ft long vessel that entered the Bermuda Triangle. She sailed along with ease in the calmest seas until clouds began forming on . . .


Is it Obama's America or Darby's Castle?
Michael Bresciani
July 8, 2011

On July 4, 2011 millions of Americans enjoyed the celebration of the signing of our Declaration of Independence by spending time with families, barbecues with . . .


Core Issues - Are we known by the words that we keep?
Michael Bresciani
July 2, 2011

The adage, 'we are known by the company we keep' has an obvious meaning even if it pertains only to the external influences of our lives. Actually it is what we . . .


N.Y. state assaults marriage -- will disgrace overtake us?
Michael Bresciani
June 29, 2011

The New York Senate passed the bill in a vote of 33 to 29, allowing gays to marry only a week after the N.Y. Assembly gave the bill the green light. Has history . . .


Obama mixes clay with iron -- 2012 America's valley of decision?
Michael Bresciani
June 24, 2011

As the economy crashes around us Mr. Obama seems content to continue tinkering with the social fabric of the nation as the elected voice of the far left . . .


TBN: no naming names -- apostasy's new gospel of thieves
Michael Bresciani
June 22, 2011

After 23 years in the special top audience time slots with Trinity Broadcasting Network, Dr. Jack Van Impe has pulled the plug with Trinity Broadcasting. . . .


Sarah Palin: America's real frontrunner; still on the back burner?
Michael Bresciani
June 17, 2011

I have heard of starting an article with a disclaimer but never with an apology. It isn't so much about breaking new ground in journalism but it is about . . .


Finished reading Sarah's emails? -- Read this
Michael Bresciani
June 16, 2011

While it is true that public figures in America can only expect a modicum of privacy the mainstream media seems to have abandoned that staid principle for a . . .


America's version of the Ouroboros -- deliver us from stupidity
Michael Bresciani
June 10, 2011

The most read article I have ever written is only made it to my own website after being circulated around the internet for over five years. It has been . . .


2012 presidential choices -- when Lincolnesque is not a luxury
Michael Bresciani
June 7, 2011

After studying the life and times of Abraham Lincoln for over twenty five years one thing stands out about our sixteenth president above all else; he was indeed . . .


Prez on Bibi -- will the real Barack Obama please stand up?
Michael Bresciani
June 1, 2011

As yet there is no category for most amazing backtracking done by a president in the Guinness Book of World Records but there is little doubt that Barack Obama . . .


Presidents, pundits, and prophets -- big list of wrong answers for 2011
Michael Bresciani
May 28, 2011

Here are 5 of the most often asked questions of 2011 that by virtue of the answers given by Presidents, Pundits and Prophets can also be included in the list of . . .


End of the world? - Serious error of predicting the day or the hour
Michael Bresciani
May 24, 2011

Christian leaders and pastors are proclaiming their disdain for prognosticator Harold Camping for his latest end of the world campaign, some with disgust while . . .


Bin Laden gone: next target, Ronald McDonald
Michael Bresciani
May 20, 2011

If it weren't actually in the news who would believe that all America has to do since the death of our number one enemy is to go after that nefarious destroyer . . .


Does the Bible really speak to the gay agenda?
Michael Bresciani
May 13, 2011

Advising someone not to be fooled precludes the idea that they are not already complete fools to start with. The Bible says "The fool hath said in his heart, . . .


Under the shadow of our steeple: unintended prophecy?
Michael Bresciani
May 10, 2011

In 2005 the extremely popular contemporary Christian soft rock group Casting Crowns released a song title that has become a much beloved song throughout the . . .


Papa President: Keep us from what is silly or unsafe
Michael Bresciani
May 7, 2011

In a nation where people are spending more time on celebrity gossip, reality shows and American Idol than on serious matters that affect their lives; we now . . .


Obama: the half of my kingdom for a birth certificate?
Michael Bresciani
May 1, 2011

After indirectly calling Donald Trump a carnival barker followed by a publicity junket to Oprah's stage to chuckle about the clowns who thought he wasn't born . . .


The 2012 elections and the 'twenty million factor'
Michael Bresciani
April 28, 2011

John McCain was beat by approximately twenty million voters in the 2008 election. Are those voters going to vote for Barack Obama again? If they do, the hardest . . .


Don't think God speaks to people today? -- Think again
Michael Bresciani
April 22, 2011

I thank God that when I address how God has spoken to me I am not talking about something that happened just yesterday. In fact it is something that has . . .


Beck bounced but barely bruised -- will the left ever do right?
Michael Bresciani
April 14, 2011

The left is gloating over Beck's demise since Fox has decided to let his daily shows dissolve sometime later this year. The cause cited is the lack of sponsors . . .


Is America's ship sinking in Delphian waters?
Michael Bresciani
April 13, 2011

Statistics tell us a lot about ourselves, they mark and track trends and mindsets. They can be used to change business practices or to help politicians and . . .


Whoopi's most excellent question -- the ridiculously simple answer
Michael Bresciani
April 6, 2011

News sources are pulsing with reverberations about Donald Trump's remarks on Obama's eligibility and great and mysterious unseen long form birth certificate. . . .


Can Obama 'win the future' at the expense of our past?
Michael Bresciani
April 4, 2011

It is apparent that the new campaign and operational slogan for the Obama camp is "Winning the Future." It seems so perfectly youth oriented and Chairman Mao in . . .


Obama: Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies
Michael Bresciani
April 2, 2011

Ask me no questions I'll tell you no lies, is a phrase attributed to Irish playwright Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774). If Goldsmith were alive today he would . . .


Comparative religions and political correctness -- the seeds of an enemy?
Michael Bresciani
March 30, 2011

It is not easy to forget the answer someone gave me years ago when I asked about the fact that some religions predate the Judeo-Christian heritage by many years . . .


Is America losing the love of the truth?
Michael Bresciani
March 25, 2011

Over forty years of study in eschatology (Second coming doctrine) have been bolstered by several revelations that came in my youth and a few later in life about . . .


Missionaries, evangelists, and the final phase -- the prophets
Michael Bresciani
March 21, 2011

From the beginning of the eighteenth century to about the time of the Civil War in America and across the globe the great missionary movement was underway under . . .


Using the First Amendment to create a shameless nation
Michael Bresciani
March 8, 2011

In Illinois a Northwestern University professor is taking heat for allowing an after school demonstration of live sex as part of his human 'Sexuality' class. . . .


Fluff in the church -- snuff in the world
Michael Bresciani
March 5, 2011

The Bible predicts a great apostasia (apostasy) will precede the coming of the world's last dictator called the antichrist. Don't look now but we are well . . .


Whatever happened to domestic tranquility?
Michael Bresciani
March 1, 2011

According to the framers of the Constitution one of the original intentions of ordaining that revered document was to insure domestic tranquility. The term was . . .


Karl Rove's incredible comparison
Michael Bresciani
February 19, 2011

Politico reported that Karl Rove former advisor to George W. Bush spoke Wednesday Feb 16, 2011 on Fox News and said that the rumors created by the Birther's are . . .


Super Bowl 45 interview and the Prayer Breakfast -- political magic?
Michael Bresciani
February 10, 2011

Watching the interview O'Reilly conducted with the President during Super Bowl 45 kept bringing to mind the name of a message I once heard a preacher give to . . .


Obama: poor example to youth on birth certificate issue
Michael Bresciani
February 3, 2011

This administration has found ways to circumvent the scrutiny of the the Congress and the Senate more than any other in our nation's history. The Supremes have . . .


7 reasons America needs Sarah Palin in 2012
Michael Bresciani
January 29, 2011

At the writing of this piece Sarah Palin has not yet announced to the nation that she is going to run for President in the 2012 election. When or if she does, . . .


Obama: sanction Israel? -- Mr. Yes We Can reneges
Michael Bresciani
January 28, 2011

Etymology is a science that examines the original use and origins of words but it has taken a serious hit in the modern era. In today's climate of slippery . . .


Yankee pride -- Brussels Babel -- Gabriel's trumpet: the abrupt apocalypse
Michael Bresciani
January 24, 2011

I hate writing articles that require an explanation of the title but I am delighted when someone reads my work because they instantly knew what the title meant. . . .


Loughner: psychology, demonology, and presumption in the body politic
Michael Bresciani
January 12, 2011

Jared Lee Loughner is charged with killing six people and wounding others in the recent tragedy in Arizona. Days of media coverage has raised controversy, . . .


Prophecy 2011 -- is America dancing with devils?
Michael Bresciani
December 29, 2010

This will be a transitional year for America and indeed the rest of the world as well. Too many degenerative changes have been set in motion across the globe . . .


Repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell -- the doctrine of fools
Michael Bresciani
December 21, 2010

With eight GOP Senators joining the vote to repeal DADT, including much heralded Scott Brown (R) of Massachusetts now gays can prance in array around the . . .


Lawless government -- the great non-sequitur of the last days
Michael Bresciani
December 12, 2010

A non sequitur according to Wikipedia is "A logical fallacy where a stated conclusion is not supported by its premise." In common vernacular it's something that . . .


O'Reilly and Gibbs underestimate the power of the internet
Michael Bresciani
December 6, 2010

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs made a brash if not seriously irresponsible response to the Presidents seeming disinterest in the WikiLeaks scandal by declaring  . . .


Lucrezia Borgia, NASA -- One giant leap from a lake to a lapse
Michael Bresciani
December 4, 2010

The news is buzzing with headlines like "Arsenic eating bacteria suggests extraterrestrial life possible," the headlines are not on the Enquirer at the checkout . . .


Dissing the second coming: to quell or to quash?
Michael Bresciani
November 25, 2010

First it was Greece followed by Spain and now Ireland's economy is in the straights and the Emerald Isle is seeking a loan from the EU of not less than 10 . . .


News headlines for 2010 we didn't see -- but could have
Michael Bresciani
November 21, 2010

Here is a smattering of imaginary news headlines from across the nation's landscape of current events. Some might get you to crack a smile or bust out into a . . .


Not good and evil: in America the battle is about truth and lies
Michael Bresciani
November 20, 2010

Stories about good triumphing over evil are heartwarming; they make good movies and make us feel a bit nobler as human beings. In reality there is no contest . . .


What price would you pay?
Michael Bresciani
November 10, 2010

Modern films often jump forward and back in time in what are called flashbacks. Some movies actually start off in the last scene and then revert to the . . .


Pot at the polls, tea in the bay, and destiny at the door
Michael Bresciani
October 29, 2010

November 2nd holds the promise that Barack Obama made two years ago open once again. The midterm elections in the United States will be a referendum on how . . .


The mid-term election wars of 2010: has intelligence been wounded?
Michael Bresciani
October 24, 2010

Mudslinging and character assassination are rampant in the final days leading up to the November 5 election. No election in American history has seen such . . .


Chile: a lesson in courage, faith, and patriotism for the entire world
Michael Bresciani
October 16, 2010

The capsule the Chilean Navy constructed traveled up and down through the earth a distance of 33 miles in total to save 33 trapped Chilean miners. The courage, . . .


Fire crew $75 -- no-doc domestic $23hr -- jobless politicians a dime a dozen
Michael Bresciani
October 8, 2010

In what sounds like a page out of Mad Magazine a fire company in Tennessee stood watching as Gene Cranick's house burned to the ground in Obion County. Cranick . . .


Beck says read the Bible -- ready to change your worldview?
Michael Bresciani
October 2, 2010

On his recent radio shows around the nation Glenn Beck has been telling his listeners to study the Bible. It is refreshing to hear someone who is not a pastor . . .


A childs eye view of abortion and the Pledge to America
Michael Bresciani
September 25, 2010

The GOP has issued their "Pledge to America" not a moment too soon as we approach the midterm elections of 2010. Pro-life activists are glad to see that the . . .


Best choice for you and me -- Palin, tea, and the GOP
Michael Bresciani
September 17, 2010

With a title like that it you'd expect it to be followed with a hearty ra, ra, ra, but not so fast. Primary upsets across the nation may be reason to celebrate . . .


A sorry presidential speech amid solemn memorials and tributes
Michael Bresciani
September 15, 2010

I joined many Americans on September 11, 2010 who watched the many tributes and memorials given to honor the lives of those murdered in the terrorist attacks of . . .


Pastor to burn Quran -- media to burn conscience
Michael Bresciani
September 11, 2010

The changes surrounding Pastor Terry Jones announcement to burn the Koran (Quran) may outlive the point of this article. The latest round of news is that Jones . . .


Is post-9/11 Islam creating worldwide Stockholm Syndrome?
Michael Bresciani
September 10, 2010

When Franklin Delano Roosevelt tried to quell the fears of Americans who were in the throes of the great depression he said, "The only thing we have to fear is . . .


Will the President relieve the oppression of his own decorated officer?
Michael Bresciani
September 6, 2010

For several years I've written op-eds, (opinion editorials) inspirational pieces and commentaries on just about every subject there is with an eye to revealing . . .


When did PC, tolerance, and diversity become laziness and lying?
Michael Bresciani
September 2, 2010

French poet and essayist, Paul Valery 1871-1945, said "The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be." Those who look back longingly . . .


Ground Zero mosque: Beyond insensitive, it is insulting
Michael Bresciani
August 25, 2010

If carried to extremes the new drive toward tolerance can be just another name for perversion. The old adage about "adding insult to injury" has become an . . .


Are those who want a mosque at Ground Zero, Ameriphobes?
Michael Bresciani
August 21, 2010

It is hard to believe that liberal politicians and some media are saying that those who oppose the mosque at Ground Zero are using the issue to divert attention . . .


Obama on Ground Zero mosque: rights for Muslims, tough luck for Americans
Michael Bresciani
August 16, 2010

Only a few short months after snubbing the National Day of Prayer President Obama continued his war on American sensibilities at a meeting honoring the close of . . .


What does America see in 2010 and beyond?
Michael Bresciani
August 11, 2010

It is clear that a major shift has occurred in the American way of life in the last two years. For over 230 years we were involved in the question of how we . . .


American Idol: the fallacy of fifteen minutes of fame
Michael Bresciani
August 5, 2010

Artist Andy Warhol's assertion that everyone will have at least fifteen minutes of fame in their lifetime seems to have gripped this generation at the heart. Is . . .


You can't make history without a real homie
Michael Bresciani
August 1, 2010

Since the days of Aristotle, Cicero and later Machiavelli the world has endeavored to develop a working knowledge of political science that might be . . .


Obama sells out Arizona -- sells himself on The View
Michael Bresciani
July 30, 2010

America is fast becoming the land of the free and the home of absurdities. Clinton era U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton sided with Obama's view that . . .


America and the doctrine of the last chance
Michael Bresciani
July 23, 2010

The History Channel cooks up a nice pot of Nostradamus and eschatological soup with their multi episodic "The Nostradamus Effect." As usual their best is . . .


Obama courts Latino votes at Arizona's expense
Michael Bresciani
July 10, 2010

Every time the President speaks, makes another appointment or ramrods a new bill through the democratically controlled congress, he reinforces what millions of . . .


July 4, 2010, fireworks provided by John Boehner and Barack Obama
Michael Bresciani
July 2, 2010

Only days before America's Fourth of July celebrations, in Racine Wisconsin President Obama mocked Congressmen John Boehner (R-OH) about his recent remarks. . . .


Sleep Walking in America: quisnam mos excito populus
Michael Bresciani
June 25, 2010

As if America has fallen into a condition of protracted somnambulism, most public officials along with the summarily distracted citizens of our nation seem bent . . .


Late night bumbling buffoonery drops Bush bashing bomb on Father's Day
Michael Bresciani
June 20, 2010

This year, 2010, father's day makes its one hundredth birthday in America. It is celebrated in over fifty five countries around the world. Television wasn't . . .


Louisiana: it's our butt that's getting kicked!
Michael Bresciani
June 16, 2010

"President Barack Obama says his talks with Gulf fishermen and oil spill experts are not an academic exercise. They're so I know whose ass to kick." Fox News . . .


America's prophets: reeds shaken in the wind?
Michael Bresciani
June 3, 2010

Long ago a dear and wise friend warned me that in life you do not draw to yourself the kind of people you like and admire; rather you draw only those who are . . .


The high cost of free speech -- When honesty is outlawed
Michael Bresciani
May 31, 2010

We are fast approaching the time the Bible refers to as "the last days" and the warnings of those who have not become victims of the satanically driven PC . . .


Memorial Day in America 2010 -- will we yet hold this torch up high?
Michael Bresciani
May 26, 2010

Tea Parties, renewed conservatism and strong interest in well directed activist groups are on the rise and it is stirring to see Americans returning to the . . .


The internet -- America's new lost and found
Michael Bresciani
May 23, 2010

A visit to one of the best conservative news sites bounced me over to one of the most irreverent videos I've seen in a long time by just clicking on a few well . . .


Calderon received -- Brewer snubbed -- America dissed
Michael Bresciani
May 21, 2010

This may perhaps be the first article I have ever written that would be insulted with more than three paragraphs and a conclusion. It may be that I should just . . .


Prophet, pundit, or newsman -- America's confusion
Michael Bresciani
May 14, 2010

A simple scan of current events, a gander at the online or TV news will leave you reeling in disbelief. Never before have newsmen and reporters been so highly . . .


Just be silent and we won't call you a racist
Michael Bresciani
May 4, 2010

"Sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me," is that childhood mantra that no longer seems to be true. Is it time to modify the old . . .


National Day of Prayer out, says federal judge -- America's identity eroding
Michael Bresciani
April 23, 2010

After Billy Graham led a rally in Washington in 1952 and called for a day for the nation to pray, President Harry Truman signed the National Prayer Day . . .


Obama mocks Armageddon: more Wright theology that's wrong?
Michael Bresciani
April 16, 2010

Hearing of the Republican plans to challenge the constitutionality of the healthcare bill Obama replied with "Bring it on." Has he moved up the ladder to . . .


Infantophobia and homophobia -- reality vs. perception
Michael Bresciani
April 11, 2010

Infantophobia is a neologistic word whose life expectancy may be no more predictable than the unborn-children it makes reference to but, the word homophobia has . . .


Tea party has Obama complaining and comedians railing
Michael Bresciani
April 3, 2010

In the same breath with which President Obama speaks of the Tea Party movement he has also complained that there are people who actually question whether he was . . .


Mayan, Mahdi, or Messianic -- don't ask the History Channel
Michael Bresciani
April 2, 2010

Television is inundated with dark portents of the planet's future. In a sweeping smorgasbord of choices we are warned of asteroids, nuclear war, worldwide . . .


Abortion and amnesty -- the hypocrisy twins
Michael Bresciani
March 31, 2010

It is said that all young ministers are bubbling over with the need to say something. It is also followed with the hope that one day when they are more mature; . . .


Healthcare now, amnesty next: Good for the country or vote tallying for 2012?
Michael Bresciani
March 25, 2010

Barack Obama asked the Dems to help him save his Presidency by voting for his healthcare bill. Really! Is there an impeachment underway? America will be far too . . .


Dems ignore rules, Constitution, and the people -- The prophetic will not be ignored
Michael Bresciani
March 23, 2010

Following the battle over Obamcare has been daunting and has left millions of Americans exasperated if not in shock. On the surface it looks like a victory for . . .


Tolerance and diversity: the brain eaters
Michael Bresciani
March 17, 2010

As a boy I marveled at the documentaries that showed how people approached what they perceived as God around the world. Some worshipped rocks and trees,  . . .


The PC wars of 2010 and beyond -- spiritual wickedness in high places
Michael Bresciani
March 7, 2010

How we love to say that when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor she awakened a sleeping giant. We hate to hear that when the giant went back to sleep a generation of . . .


Words: Can America ignore these flags of moral decline?
Michael Bresciani
March 2, 2010

In the recent meeting with the Republicans in Baltimore, President Obama seemed to listen carefully, he moderated somewhat rigidly and, later decided to . . .


Politically correct catchwords we hide behind
Michael Bresciani
February 21, 2010

The idioms of the PC bent are more prevalent in politics than in any other sphere of American life. The general use of PC terms seems to have gravitated largely . . .


O'Reilly baits Palin to be-fringe birthers -- she won't bite
Michael Bresciani
February 17, 2010

In an interview with Sarah Palin on Tuesday February 16, Bill O'Reilly repeatedly asked former Governor Sarah Palin to state whether she thought 'birthers' are . . .


Choices and chances -- does America know the difference?
Michael Bresciani
February 12, 2010

In an era where change is touted it is becoming apparent that most of what is being offered as change is really just taking a chance. Many of the changes . . .


Yes to little spirits in heaven -- no to little spirits on earth
Michael Bresciani
February 4, 2010

Over four decades ago I had a dream vision of many of the details of the second coming of Christ. It sent me on a lifetime quest to find out all I could about . . .


Prophets are not God's PR men -- Evangelism is not cheerleading
Michael Bresciani
February 1, 2010

Andy Warhol may have been slightly off when he said everyone is allowed their fifteen minutes of fame. Sometimes they are allowed a few years or even decades to . . .


Dawkins on Haiti -- Robertson true to Christian theology?
Michael Bresciani
January 28, 2010

Bill O'Reilly was the first to bring up Pat Robertson's statement on the Haitian pact with the devil to rid them of French rule. Bill said he didn't agree with . . .


American style homeostasis -- the times they are a changing
Michael Bresciani
January 15, 2010

The effect time has on all humans has created the science of homeostasis. The idea was first put forth by French physiologist Claude Bernard in 1865. Bernard . . .


Beck's 'Dumbest Thing' argument is philosophically flawed
Michael Bresciani
January 6, 2010

Glenn Beck recently said that giving 'Birthers' air time would benefit the Obama administration. Beck said both the idea of radio air time and the birthers . . .


2009 the year of the lie -- 2010 the year of reckoning
Michael Bresciani
January 3, 2010

Those who think truth is a relative mix of situation ethics, existentialist mind wresting and just doing what feels good, usually don't bother with questions . . .


Senate passes healthcare -- victory with no honor
Michael Bresciani
December 26, 2009

Santa came early on Christmas Eve 2009 for the embattled Democrats of the Senate who passed the Obama Healthcare bill as expected. Being forced to buy . . .


Old dogs, fat cats, and generational lies
Michael Bresciani
December 18, 2009

In a fairer world I could spend my time talking about the beautiful music and sentiments of country music composer Tom T. Hall's classic song, Old Dogs, . . .


Hannity discussion with 9/11 families -- we are listening, New York
Michael Bresciani
December 13, 2009

On the evening of December 11, 2009 Sean Hannity conducted an open discussion with the families of 9/11 victims. Sean's usual polite and casual manner was . . .


Prophecy 2010 -- America approaches the fork in the road
Michael Bresciani
December 10, 2009

Since my articles entitled Prophecy 2008 and Prophecy 2009 were the most read articles of each respective year I have undertaken this piece with much care and . . .


Obama's 18 month war -- speech at West Point misses the point
Michael Bresciani
December 2, 2009

Years of writing opinion editorials has assured me that my opinion is no more important than anyone else's but at times I understand that it may be more called . . .


Van Rompuy, Obama --- is it change or chains
Michael Bresciani
November 27, 2009

The EU has confirmed Herman Van Rompuy as the first permanent President of the emerging United States of Europe. He has clearly stated that the first order of . . .


The Manhattan Declaration -- to every thing there is a season
Michael Bresciani
November 26, 2009

News shows across America showed clips of American Idol star Adam Lambert's overt sexual behavior at the recent American Music Awards. Almost all the clips were . . .


The way that seems right: the social church in America
Michael Bresciani
November 19, 2009

Sound theology is being supplanted daily by the church's drive toward a more social gospel. Fighting poverty, aids, hunger and homelessness are now considered . . .


The quality of mercy -- soldiers of these United States
Michael Bresciani
November 13, 2009

Almost everyone in America has been somehow affected by the recent events at the Ft Hood Army Base. The events were seemed particularly intense because only . . .


Ft. Hood massacre -- psychological or theological problem?
Michael Bresciani
November 9, 2009

Nidal Malik Hasan is charged with shooting and killing 13 people and wounding 29 more on U.S. Army base Ft. Hood in Texas this week. Everyone is scrambling for . . .


The three Rs of prophetic warning -- old time stuff that still works today
Michael Bresciani
November 1, 2009

Due to the emphasis on the R sound (phoneme) in reading, writing and arithmetic early American pioneers and settlers coined the phrase "reading, riting and . . .


Foxophobia, triskaidekaphobia -- fickle phantasms from the White House?
Michael Bresciani
October 26, 2009

Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of the number 13, and while it may seem silly to some then we discover friggatriskaidekaphobia which is fear of Friday the 13th. . . .


Barack Obama versus the law of sooner or later
Michael Bresciani
October 18, 2009

Everyone knows that in America we cannot honestly convict a person for a crime as long as there is a 'reasonable doubt' that they are innocent. It is a facet of . . .


EU and America race to the top of the prophetic ladder
Michael Bresciani
October 16, 2009

Thirty five years ago I watched people scratch their heads with a puzzled look on their faces when I told them that Europe would become a powerful nation around . . .


Money and celebrity the new substitute for justice in America
Michael Bresciani
October 11, 2009

Is leftism rising to the defense of evil even as it sinks to the depths of hell? Perhaps this question would have made a better title for this article but why . . .


Newsmen do not decide what is good and evil -- a question of ducks or eagles
Michael Bresciani
September 22, 2009

At no other time in our history have the principles and faith of our founding fathers been under attack as they are today. The Bibles President Obama said . . .


Obama cozies up to MSM -- cowers at Fox
Michael Bresciani
September 19, 2009

The President apparently does not take seriously the charge to keep your friends close, but keep your enemies even closer. Over the weekend September 19, 20, 20 . . .


U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson and quantum physics -- why doesn't the president see this?
Michael Bresciani
September 18, 2009

When it comes to Rep. Joe Wilson's outburst during Obama's address to the congress it may have finally happened that the immoveable object has met the . . .


Why parents don't want Obama to address their children
Michael Bresciani
September 6, 2009

Barack Obama's plan to address school children between K and grade 12 has raised a furor among millions of parents in the nation. But so far the only reason . . .


So you don't think religion and politics make a good mix?
Michael Bresciani
August 20, 2009

Most of the journalists I know are not bloggers but bloggers wouldn't have half as much to say if it weren't for those writers. After one blogger responded to . . .


Religion and politics don't mix -- a modern fairy tale
Michael Bresciani
August 17, 2009

America is a land of many contradictions possibly born out of her love for freedom. Some are comical while others are harmful. Most go completely un-noticed . . .


Obamacare -- what would the Great Physician say?
Michael Bresciani
August 13, 2009

In the Obama campaign he was asked what he thought of Jesus Christ. His reply was that when he first heard of Christ he thought that Jesus was a person he would . . .


Obama -- the gods must be crazy
Michael Bresciani
August 11, 2009

In 1980 Mimosa Films released a film comedy starring a Kalahari bushman named only N!Xau, don't ask for the pronunciation, who not only bears a remarkable . . .


The culture of death -- a phrase, a phase, or the End of Days?
Michael Bresciani
August 9, 2009

When someone is found dying every thing suddenly changes, no words are weighed, but urgent commands are given, calls go out for help and those who have life . . .


Semantics and race not part of birthers plight
Michael Bresciani
August 5, 2009

Today the internet and some main stream media are abuzz about new developments on the Obama birth certificate controversy. Dr Orly Taitz has created the . . .


The race card -- the hidden ace of the cheater?
Michael Bresciani
July 30, 2009

Although America is a fledgling young nation among older countries and civilizations she probably could use the adage "I've forgotten more about freedom and . . .


America it is very late -- Do you know where your Congressman is?
Michael Bresciani
July 28, 2009

Reminiscent of the fall of Rome Congressional seats may soon be harder to give away rather than raising a fortune to gain. In fairness it would be hard to prove . . .


Angry prez gives Cambridge cops the old one-two-three
Michael Bresciani
July 25, 2009

According to columnist Foon Rhee of Boston.com July 23, 2009 the President is 'surprised' by the controversy surrounding his remark that the Cambridge police . . .


Change that no one can believe in -- is it politics or prophecy
Michael Bresciani
July 24, 2009

With an economic downturn of historic proportions, the highest un-employment rate since the great depression and 34 newly appointed czars some with criminal . . .


Jihadists at the Hilton: are man-made disasters next?
Michael Bresciani
July 20, 2009

A Jew hating, down with America, Muslim group is openly looking for recruits, no not in Iraq, Yemen or Afghanistan but right here in America. No you are not . . .


Fawcett, McMahon, Jackson, and Cronkite: Did they ask the Question?
Michael Bresciani
July 19, 2009

Estimates are that about 9,500 people die per day in America. That means thousands of special services are carried on daily to honor the departed and ponder our . . .


Sarah Palin: the media's un-acknowledged shame
Michael Bresciani
July 4, 2009

Governor Sarah Palin resigns effective July 26, 2009 after constant media scrutiny and being the butt of endless and tiring jokes, ridicule and intrusions into . . .


Oh, those pesky prophets who won't leave America alone
Michael Bresciani
June 28, 2009

This week in America three celebrities passed away without warning. Reviews on the life of pop culture icon Michael Jackson was at the top of most news programs . . .


The Mahdi, the Irish referendum: bumps along the eschatological highway
Michael Bresciani
June 24, 2009

With French President Nicolas Sarkozy calling for a strong first President for the EU and Ireland making headway in the upcoming vote on the Lisbon Treaty how . . .


Happy Fathers Day to time, chance and random gases
Michael Bresciani
June 11, 2009

The first father's day is said to have been celebrated on June 5, 1908. The first time the day was noted was in a Methodist church in Fairmount, West Virginia. . . .


Move over D-Day, Flag Day, and Father's Day -- Obama gives June to LBGT
Michael Bresciani
June 10, 2009

June 6 is D-Day, June 14 is Flag Day and this year we will celebrate Fathers Day on June 21. These observances have long been a deep and revered part of . . .


Dr. Tiller: let's not make him a martyr
Michael Bresciani
June 3, 2009

Blame for Dr. Tiller's murder is flying around like the sands of a Mojave dust storm most of it is hyper and unreasonable and it is begging for some legitimate . . .


America: In the beginning of sorrows
Michael Bresciani
May 31, 2009

Not everyone is directly affected by the latest injustices or is a victim of a crime but it is impossible not to be touched in some way by the absurdities and . . .


Obama at Notre Dame: It's about lives not opinions
Michael Bresciani
May 19, 2009

The administrators at Notre Dame had it in mind to foster tolerance and diversity with those of differing opinions. Among the graduating class a few students . . .


'Taking Chance' -- high honors for USMC, Kevin Bacon, and HBO
Michael Bresciani
May 16, 2009

Just in time for Memorial Day 2009 the HBO movie 'Taking Chance' has been released to home video stores and outlets. This remarkable film is a triumph for HBO . . .


Eschatology speaks to progressive liberalism: tree climbing in America
Michael Bresciani
May 15, 2009

There has never been a time in history when the terms Eschatology and progressive liberalism have meant more yet it is also a time when speaking rationally of . . .


Whatever happened to dignity: the itching of America
Michael Bresciani
May 6, 2009

How inspired is the race in the Congress to protect all the sexual orientations that have emerged of late. Are they really threatened? Shouldn't someone tell . . .


Ancient law of millstones vs. new House bill H.R. 1913
Michael Bresciani
May 2, 2009

With almost patronizing ardor Barack Obama called for the passage of hate crimes bills. After adding his ok to FOCA and laying a nine trillion dollar deficit at . . .


Dominican Republic nobly passes bill to preserve life -- lesson for the whole world
Michael Bresciani
April 26, 2009

The news of topsy turvy world economies has kept the media buzzing across the globe. From the little island republic first discovered by Christopher Columbus in . . .


Napolitano: More change we can believe in, or else
Michael Bresciani
April 19, 2009

Is the report from Homeland Security's new chief that warns that returning vets are dangerous, gospel preachers are to be feared and pro-life advocates are . . .


Obama tour: The United States, Christianity, and history insulted
Michael Bresciani
April 9, 2009

Excited media and political pundits are chomping at the bit to discuss the merits or the failures of President Obama's worldwide romp through Europe and Muslim . . .


Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, or Forrest Gump's mom -- take your pick
Michael Bresciani
April 8, 2009

Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly have a lot of good things to say but in the political climate of the day we may want to take heed to Forrest Gump's Mom. Let's . . .


America: Talking green but leaving a trail of red
Michael Bresciani
March 31, 2009

Even if every word about global warming were the immutable gospel truth and even if we never cut down another tree the trail America is leaving behind is . . .


ABC's Nightline faceoff on Satan an exercise in futility
Michael Bresciani
March 27, 2009

Most debates never settle anything and are usually held so someone can be proclaimed a winner; even if they are dead wrong. In a world where popular acceptance . . .


Why America must return to the faith of our fathers
Michael Bresciani
March 25, 2009

Skilled statisticians like George Barna and carefully researched studies from the Pew Reports all show a declining moral climate and a gradual but alarming . . .


Prez sets stage for future persecution of Christianity
Michael Bresciani
March 19, 2009

President Obama's show of anger with AIG for giving out bonus money to its top exec's has raised the ire of the nation and in AIG it has started an open . . .


Riots, fires, looting in America? Yes, says contemporary New York-based prophet
Michael Bresciani
March 10, 2009

Not in modern times has there been such unity in the voices of warning about the path America is choosing. Statesmen, analysts, pundits, preachers and prophets . . .


Toward nationalizing U.S. banks -- toward one world order
Michael Bresciani
February 27, 2009

According to bible prophecy the single reason that the worlds last and most vicious world leader succeeds where all others before him have failed is that he . . .


A conservative hero visits the U.S. -- what we can learn from Geert Wilders
Michael Bresciani
February 25, 2009

Appearing briefly on Fox's Glenn Beck show Feb 23, 2009, Dutch Freedom Party MP, Geert Wilders said "we should throw out every bit of hate crime legislation . . .


Presidential or prophetic authority -- Obama's mechanical first press briefing
Michael Bresciani
February 11, 2009

In his first press briefing as President, Barack Obama focused on the fiscal well being of the nation. With only days to the vote on Obama's version of the . . .


Daily Kos, Factcheck, and Snopes -- or how to vet a presidential candidate
Michael Bresciani
February 4, 2009

Even though the main stream media ignores the Obama birth certificate controversy it still rages on the internet in articles and blogs. Is it extraneous . . .


Who would the innocents choose -- Blago, Bush, or Obama
Michael Bresciani
February 1, 2009

As his first act in office Barack Obama has lived up to his promise of a "new transparency."It is transparent that he does not regard the lives of unborn . . .


Fetus: I hope he changes his mind
Michael Bresciani
January 27, 2009

On the internet, that last bastion of free speech, a cartoon is going around of a frightened unborn child cocooned in a uterus. The caption says "I hope he . . .


How to deceive the very elect -- eschatological gobbledygook
Michael Bresciani
January 25, 2009

The connection between politics and eschatology (Christ's second coming) is little known to all but a few today. This enables many whacky and sometimes . . .


Why secular liberalism always creates contradiction -- U.S. and EU top offenders
Michael Bresciani
January 23, 2009

Liberalism is having its day on a global scale. The United States is only a notch behind Europe in becoming the second great home for secular liberalisms gray . . .


Obama documentation activists -- not conspiracy theorists
Michael Bresciani
January 22, 2009

A theorist is someone who holds and expounds a theory. Often the elements of the theory are expostulated on things that may never be known. Was there another . . .


The inauguration of Barack Obama -- a/k/a Barry Soetoro
Michael Bresciani
January 17, 2009

Twenty two percent of the United States voted for Obama in the general election. John McCain drew a little under Obama's tally so that means that 78 percent of . . .


It's the economy says Obama, no, it's the Constitution says Philip Berg
Michael Bresciani
January 9, 2009

Glenn Beck will start his new show on Fox News in only a few days. He wishes President Elect Obama success and his good will is commendable. With Obama as his . . .


Top 10 most unbelievable things of 2008 -- or maybe of all time
Michael Bresciani
January 5, 2009

Some of the most popular TV shows today are top ten lists. Everything from the top ten most deadly snakes to the top ten worst disasters is being aired. Here is . . .


Days of prophetic fulfillment and the theology of distinctions
Michael Bresciani
January 3, 2009

In America anyone who knows the biblical subject of eschatology (the last things) has been warning that all the signs of the last days are culminating in this . . .


Prophecy 2009 -- what is ahead for America
Michael Bresciani
December 19, 2008

This article was birthed December 16, 2008 the day after the Electoral College cast their votes making Barack Obama the 44th President of the United States. I . . .


Atheists in Washington State provide a true meaning of Christmas story
Michael Bresciani
December 16, 2008

The anti-religious placard placed in the State Capital in Washington State along side a Christmas tree and a manger scene have inadvertently served to point out . . .


Obama eligibility question -- nonsense or a possible reprieve?
Michael Bresciani
December 14, 2008

Anyone in this country who mentions the legal suits now being brought before state and federal courts about Barack Obama's citizenship question is seen as a . . .


Why must it come down to popular v. patriotic?
Michael Bresciani
December 10, 2008

It's America all over again. A few people decided to meet in a small room in Philadelphia to say they had enough British tyranny. A few people risked everything . . .


Why is the media silent on the Obama birth certificate question?
Michael Bresciani
December 1, 2008

Why has every major news source in the United States almost totally blacked out all reference to the Hawaiian Obama birth certificate controversy? In layman . . .


America: the old cowboy that rides off into the sunset
Michael Bresciani
November 28, 2008

America is a long way from forty-niners, straw hats and political bunting draped along the rail of an old caboose and cowboys disappearing into the sunset to . . .


Seven reasons why Barack Obama should make the birth certificate controversy go away
Michael Bresciani
November 25, 2008

The question of whether Barack Obama was actually born in Kenya thus disqualifying him to run as a presidential candidate will not go away. It is like the . . .


The true Christian approach to the Obama presidency
Michael Bresciani
November 17, 2008

There has been an obvious lull in reporting, articles and pundit-cy on even the most conservative and Christian sites. The right and the evangelicals are . . .


Free gas and mortgage payments -- how to cash in on a $600 mil. campaign
Michael Bresciani
November 6, 2008

The fat lady has sung and the votes have been tallied. Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States. America has married the dem's most secular . . .


Obama: 600 million dollars later is the question still above your pay grade?
Michael Bresciani
November 1, 2008

It took six weeks for Barack Obama to admit he was a bit flippant about his answer about when human life actually begins. Now only days away from the general . . .


Joe Biden the presumptive vice prophet -- crystal ball in the White House?
Michael Bresciani
October 22, 2008

Joe Biden has taken to making predictions on his campaign romp across the state of Washington. No one so far has asked the Senator how he got his information or . . .


Will Joe the Plumber and soccer moms bail out the USA in November 2008
Michael Bresciani
October 20, 2008

Can blue collar workers like 'Joe the Plumber' and the busy soccer moms swing the election away from the current Obama leaning trend? The answer is an . . .


Just another election or a fight for the soul of a nation
Michael Bresciani
October 12, 2008

Not everyone who can't see is blind. Even with 20/20 vision a person or an entire nation can have their attention diverted away from what they should be seeing. . . .


Known by the company we keep? -- No, says Obama, it's the economy stupid
Michael Bresciani
October 7, 2008

Obama says the McCain campaign is pointing to the wrong issue by bringing up his association with, racists, haters and domestic bombers. It's the economy says . . .


VP debate leaves questions unanswered -- Palin still shines
Michael Bresciani
October 3, 2008

Squaring off with Delaware Senator Joseph Biden, Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin shined and proved once again that she is the best choice for the GOP in today's . . .


Palin critics swallowing camels?
Michael Bresciani
September 29, 2008

With only days left to the final showdown between John McCain and Barack Obama it looks like the dem's have taken to the lowest common denominator in their hunt . . .


Religious stew -- PC poison in the pot
Michael Bresciani
September 25, 2008

With apostasy (falling away) running rampant in the church and PC's impassioned call for diversity and tolerance in religion what are the implications for . . .


Prophetic implications of the 2008 election
Michael Bresciani
September 20, 2008

Does the Bible have anything to say about the 2008 elections in America? Specific outcomes of the race may not be covered in the scriptures but since prophecy . . .


IRS investigation of internet evangelist now includes statements about Sen. Obama
Michael Bresciani
September 11, 2008

The IRS has expanded the investigation into Florida internet evangelist Bill Keller of Liveprayer, to now include comments Keller made about the faith of . . .


The American gospel train -- mountain grade ahead
Michael Bresciani
September 8, 2008

While there are far more passenger trains criss-crossing the European country side, only America has a long and historical fascination with trains. It has . . .


First Christmas by Alastair Macdonald -- a classic is born
Michael Bresciani
August 25, 2008

Not since "The Night before Christmas" has such a classic been offered to the world. The First Christmas will be enjoyed for generations to come. Twenty five . . .


McCain sweeps Saddleback Forum
Michael Bresciani
August 17, 2008

John McCain raised the applause of the Saddleback attendees many times over as compared to Barack Obama; some who paid up to $2,000 for seats at the event. What . . .


How right is your conservative commentator
Michael Bresciani
August 10, 2008

Those who host conservative radio shows are less likely to be pressured by PC watchdogs but all of them occasionally take leave of reality especially when it . . .


The Jonah Project -- Evangelist Bill Keller calls the U.S. to repentance
Michael Bresciani
August 1, 2008

Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and cry against it; for their wickedness is come up before me. Jonah 1: 2 KJV The powerful verse of warning taken from . . .


The visual generation -- the death of wisdom
Michael Bresciani
July 26, 2008

When Chairman Mao of China wanted to reach an entire generation, many who were illiterate, he produced his communist message in "comic book" style. It resulted . . .


Prophecy and the American economy
Michael Bresciani
July 17, 2008

The Bible certainly does not have a section specifically relating to America's economy. In the most general sense, every nation's economy is referred to in . . .


Political lethargy in the church -- will American Christians awake before November 2008
Michael Bresciani
July 9, 2008

For the first time in American history two sitting U.S. Senators will battle for the presidency on November 4, 2008. Barack Obama, Jr. Senator from Illinois and . . .


IRS scrutinizes world's largest internet evangelist -- Bill Keller says Supreme Court if necessary
Michael Bresciani
June 26, 2008

The IRS has started an investigation of Evangelist Bill Keller for his allegedly endorsing political candidates. In fact Keller has chastised or questioned a . . .


What does Obama's call for change and Europe have in common?
Michael Bresciani
June 20, 2008

Barack Obama's much touted campaign cries for "Change We Can Believe In" and the response of the everyday citizens of Europe to the recent "no" vote from the . . .


Leading internet evangelist invites Barack Obama to explain his faith
Michael Bresciani
June 16, 2008

Evangelist Bill Keller of LivePrayer a dot com ministry that has 2.4 million daily subscribers to Keller's messages is leaving the seat open for Sen. Obama to . . .


The preachers and candidates wars of 2008
Michael Bresciani
June 15, 2008

Pastors Wright, Hagee and Parsley have been thrown under the bus and Dr. Dobson is still under scrutiny as he continues to size up the presidential candidates. . . .


Mesmerizing Obama
Michael Bresciani
June 10, 2008

Reports of sycophantically driven crowds of Obama supporters are making news and bloating the blogs across the nation. Can this phenomenon be explained? In a . . .


Dem's divas destiny and darkness
Michael Bresciani
May 11, 2008

The battle between Democratic hopefuls Obama and Clinton has held the spotlight in American politics for the past year and has been upstaged only slightly by . . .


Expelled the Movie -- Ben Stein exposes flat world academics
Michael Bresciani
May 1, 2008

Ben Stein's 'Expelled' could properly be called 'Exposed the Movie' because it is a nerve rattling jolt to academicians who are ready to bounce or ostracize . . .


The Pope, a prosperity preacher, and a prophet walk into a bar
Michael Bresciani
April 22, 2008

No, this is not a joke and to the best of my knowledge nothing like this ever happened. What if it had? Who would fare best in the local pub who would draw the . . .


McCain economics weak? -- Offers most practical economic proposal in a decade
Michael Bresciani
April 16, 2008

John McCain has used humor to offset those who like to say he's too old for the job. He even pretends to be asleep when asked questions; then suddenly snaps to . . .


Newton's third law and the death of wisdom -- secularisms sin is no sin
Michael Bresciani
April 12, 2008

It doesn't take a team of scientist and a ten year study to understand the basics of cause and effect. Whether it's a sociological explanation or a scriptural . . .


American politicians winning hearts and minds while losing souls
Michael Bresciani
April 5, 2008

The issues of faith and morality have been put on the back burner as America approaches the end of the primary races. As in dozens of races before the economy, . . .


Fox Business News followed by live prayer?
Michael Bresciani
March 28, 2008

No, the title is not a misprint, starting Sunday night March 30 at 1:00pm EDT (actually Monday on the East Coast) Evangelist Bill Keller will storm the air for . . .


Dumping pastors to get elected -- theology America does not understand
Michael Bresciani
March 17, 2008

Bible schools and seminaries may have to teach freshmen the difference between liberal and conservative theology but there is little hope of getting the average . . .


Different rules for Oprah -- new age baseball?
Michael Bresciani
March 10, 2008

In the US the justice system is symbolized by the blindfolded women with the scale in her hand. We hope justice is blind and no respecter of persons but as it . . .


Obama's all new and impregnable firewall -- it's about America
Michael Bresciani
February 24, 2008

Barack Obama has silenced and nearly shamed Hillary in the latest round of debates including the recent remarks made by Clinton about Obama's changes being . . .


Do pop culture and trends influence an election?
Michael Bresciani
February 17, 2008

The simple answer to whether pop culture, trends and morality influence the outcome of an election is, yes! This raises other questions like why and how; that . . .


Can the 2008 election be won by a slogan?
Michael Bresciani
February 10, 2008

Can a simple slogan sweep a candidate to victory in a presidential race? The shortest and most honest answer to that is simply; yes! It wouldn't be the first . . .


Top internet evangelist says Romney vote is a vote for Satan
Michael Bresciani
February 5, 2008

Using only his Bible as a guide top internet evangelist Bill Keller has a new website entitled "A vote for Romney is a vote for Satan." Bill Keller the . . .


Voting the race, color, and creed ticket
Michael Bresciani
January 22, 2008

How many people really vote for the person they think is the best all around and most qualified candidate for President of these United States apart from race, . . .


Huckabee rewrite more Jeffersonian than not
Michael Bresciani
January 19, 2008

Liberal talk shows and bloggers are falling all over themselves ridiculing presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee for his recent remarks in Michigan. A closer look . . .


The Osteen Bible and other apostasy milestones
Michael Bresciani
January 7, 2008

What is all the talk about an "apostasy" or a "falling away" really all about? Hundreds of examples have occurred in 2007 and this year holds the promise of . . .


Forecast America 2008 -- the church and the nation
Michael Bresciani
December 21, 2007

People have often asked me over the years what I would predict for America. I can only say what I have been able to discern and the few things God has intimated . . .


America still asks -- what child is this?
Michael Bresciani
December 15, 2007

If the ACLU has not contended against all the nativity scenes and public displays for a Christ centered Christmas, this year 2007 might be a pretty good . . .


How to protect a prophet from a teddy bear
Michael Bresciani
December 3, 2007

If we didn't actually see it would we believe it? British middle school teacher Gillian Gibbons sits in fear of her life in a Sudanese jail because she named a . . .


The Golden Compass -- navigates to nowhere
Michael Bresciani
November 29, 2007

The Golden Compass is the film based on the first novel in a trilogy written by Philip Pullman. The darkly twisted theme is based on witches that are heroes, . . .


NoŽlle -- a Christmas movie powerhouse with a message to heal millions
Michael Bresciani
November 27, 2007

Movies today can end with nothing being resolved and some films even offer alternate endings in the event you didn't like the way it did end. The movie NoŽlle . . .


Stopping abortion with a negative or a positive
Michael Bresciani
November 15, 2007

With an ocean of pro-choice Presidential candidates on the progressive side of the fence it seems reasonable to wonder why they are not labeled as digressive . . .


Thanksgiving Day in America -- the secret riches of thankfulness
Michael Bresciani
November 11, 2007

The Spaniards of El Paso Texas claimed to have the first thanksgiving on April 30, 1598. The Virginia Colonists also lay claim to the prime Thanksgiving Day on . . .


Poll says American youth waning on Christianity -- secularism edges forward
Michael Bresciani
October 26, 2007

One of the requirements governing the selection of judges who sat at the gates of ancient Israel's cities was that they had to be at least sixty years old. Most . . .


California passes SB 777 -- here come the language police
Michael Bresciani
October 18, 2007

America's penchant for accepting new hate crimes bills is becoming a strain on the idea that "the government can't legislate the morality of the governed." It . . .


Dr. James Dobson caught between a rock and the other Rock
Michael Bresciani
October 11, 2007

In a surprising move Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family announced in an op-ed in the New York Times that he and some 50 colleagues met and discussed what . . .


When the god of empiricism fails -- science blocks its ears
Michael Bresciani
October 5, 2007

In a recent report out of one American university students were advised not to debate with creationists about the origins of life. Debates have become a great . . .


Iran's president tarred and feathered by Columbia's Bollinger
Michael Bresciani
September 24, 2007

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was allowed to speak at Columbia University on Monday, September 24, 2007 in a precedent setting event that President . . .


Rumors of a civilized world -- the taunting Osama
Michael Bresciani
September 13, 2007

The promise of a shining new millennium for mankind was tainted only nine months into the first year of the twenty first century. On September 11, 2001 the evil . . .


The new American theology -- a gospel found between the lines
Michael Bresciani
September 11, 2007

The new morality born a generation ago is still not allowed into the circle of conservative biblical Christianity. This has driven some of it's proponents to . . .


Oprah and Obama--it's no secret
Michael Bresciani
September 8, 2007

Oprah Winfrey endorsed Obama's campaign in May of 2007 and now has announced plans to step up the Barackian coalition to bolster the candidate's bid for the . . .


Sen. Larry Craig and the other side of the coin
Michael Bresciani
September 3, 2007

After Larry Craig pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges, offered apologies and resigned the media circus began. Scoffers, jesters, writers and besters have . . .


When religion fails in America -- prophecy will not
Michael Bresciani
September 1, 2007

In America secular forces are actively trying to give Christianity the boot. Day by day trusted biblical precepts are being scoffed at, openly ignored and . . .


Hillary tops previous flip flops -- earmarks or ear candy
Michael Bresciani
August 31, 2007

With 43 Presidents weighed in and counted, Americans can pretty much tell a politician from a statesman. Certain ear markings always accompany a statesman while . . .


Christiane Amanpour reports -- CNN airs controversial "God's Warriors"
Michael Bresciani
August 30, 2007

The three part series on Christianity, Islam and Judaism is an enormous six hour long undertaking presented by veteran reporter Christiane Amanpour who is known . . .


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