I Ache for my Country – The Weekend Shock Letter for July 4th, 2020

July 4th is a bad time for me to find myself writing, because I think of the good things that once were and are no longer. And, most of you don’t want to read or listen to that. You really just want to celebrate, and I get that. So, I apologize for raining on any parade that you had planned. But, I just can’t help the ache that I feel, for what was lost.

There was good in us. There was bad, too, but we could still celebrate the good. It was certainly easier to find.

Not anymore.

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The Weekend Review and ShockCast 001

Okay, I’ve decided to launch into something a little new, since I don’t talk so much about the news during the week. Sometimes I will, but often I won’t. I also want to provide something of a compilation of the week’s news to help you stay on top of what is important.

The Weekend ShockCast won’t be all the news, but it will be the most important.

Lord willing, this will go out on Friday afternoons (EST). So, join me for the very first Weekend Review and ShockCast.

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2019 – The Difficult Year

At the beginning of January, it is a tradition to try and forecast the events of the coming year. And, I’ve tried to do that, every year, with limited success. Timing is not my strength, as I have demonstrated over the past few years. Having said that, there aren’t many who have done any better. So, I’m in good company.

However, there is one thing that I can predict with a great deal of confidence:

2019 will be difficult.

My fear is that this will be a great understatement. I certainly hope that it will be smooth sailing with perfect sunsets and fields of green. But, don’t bet on it.

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Taiwan is Falling

For decades, Taiwan has been losing a struggle against the corruption flooding in from the United States and Europe. Abortion has become cheap and easy. American movies, music and pornography have become ubiquitous. Anything and everything American has been idolized in one form or another. Taiwanese parents have chosen careers over children. And, those same parents sent their kids to universities in the US and Europe. Those kids came back with leftist ideas that are now bearing an ugly fruit. We are seeing this fruit in a homosexual campaign to gain more and more acceptance in Taiwanese society. And, it’s … Click here to read the rest…

The End of a Nation

We are so broken that, as I sit here, I’m not sure where to begin. We have Nazis murdering Jews, in the worst antisemitic atrocity in the history of America. Our children are fleeing Christ in record numbers. We face the prospect of having to vote for someone evil in the elections, because someone MORE evil is the alternative. And then, the one person who sees the future the most clearly said that this month marks the beginning of something major – and not in a good way.

When Martin Armstrong says ‘Buckle Up!’, it might be time to head for the hills.

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