Trump Choked Tonight

In this year's campaign for the U.S. presidency, Republican nominee Donald Trump has constantly boasted about his ability to compete everywhere in the business world, on the golf course, and now in this presidential run even though he has no political experience whatsoever--zero. But he turned out to be sort of a zero tonight, a big bag of wind in the first of three scheduled debates with the Democratic nominee--former First Lady, New York Senator, and Secretary of State, Hilary … [Read more...]

North Korea’s Growing Nuclear Capability Is Worrisome

North Korea is led by young Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. He and other North Korean leaders rule the nation unmercifully as a militant state. Its ally, China, and the UN supplies North Korea with foodstuffs because of periods of starvation in that country. Kim John-un makes very hostile threats directed to South Korea and its ally, the U.S., but sometimes also toward Japan.Even though North Korea is a very poor country, with a population of only 25 million, against United Nations resolutions … [Read more...]

Mel Gibson and Randall Wallace Are Making a Film on Jesus’ Resurrection

Mel Gibson is in the news about a recent interview with Glenn Beck, Gibson’s attitude toward Jewish people, his blockbuster 2004 movie, “The Passion of the Christ,” and his admission he is working on a sequel with Randall Wallace that will be about Jesus’ resurrection.First, last Friday Glenn Beck, former Fox News political pundit, posted on his website that he interviewed Mel Gibson for 90 minutes a few days ago while they were attending the Venice Film Festival. (Gibson got a 10-minute stan … [Read more...]

This Week Is the 50th Anniversary of “Star Trek”

Next Thursday will be the 50th anniversary of the wildly popular Star Trek. For over ten years, I never hardly paid any attention to it. Then I met its creator, Gene Roddenberry. We sat together on an airplane having a very stimulating conversation, just the two of us, for nearly an hour about the possibility of aliens in space and if they have visited earth. We discussed if there are angels. More importantly, is there a God who made the universe? I posted about this experience on October 8, … [Read more...]

“Palestine Is Coming” Goes Digital

My book, Palestine Is Coming: The Revival of Ancient Philistia (1990), is now digital. Over half of its fourteen chapters are now available as a shortened version for free at my website kermitzarley.com by clicking here. The full book will be available for purchase as an e-book at amazon.com soon. The printed book is available at my website.Palestine Is Coming is a three-part book: First Part: The Past, Second Part: The Present, and Third Part: The Future. This free, shortened, e-book … [Read more...]

Lock Up the USA Olympic Swimmers Until They Confess

It' a serious thing to falsely report an incident that can spoil the reputation of a nation. That's what appears to have happened this week at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Four, decorated, U.S. male swimmers who won medals in the Games were arrested by police after the young men left a party at France House, a restaurant and bar that was set up for the Olympics. The arrest apparently occurred at a gas station because security or employees there called in the police. The police … [Read more...]

World Vision in Gaza Is Under Investigation

I've been a financial contributor to World Vision for many years. It is a large, premier, Christian, humanitarian aid organization. World Vision says it currently is aiding about 40,000 Palestinian children in both Gaza and the West Bank besides helped in establishing needed basics such as digging water wells, building greenhouses and such. That is a serious aid program. Yesterday, World Vision in Gaza became suspect.Shin Bet is the intelligence-security agency of Israel, much like the CIA … [Read more...]

Professor Wayne Grudem Endorses Donald Trump for U.S. President

I have posted several times during the past year about my objection to Donald Trump becoming president of the United States of America. At first, the very idea seemed like a joke to me. The only thing I have liked about this most unordinary presidential election campaign in my lifetime has been the many cartoons created about the Trumpster. In my early posts about him, I predicted he would not last. But like many other usually sane minds who have prognosticated about this Republican presidential … [Read more...]