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Mike’s World View

Coffee with Mike airs every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on KREJ and KSNS at 8:30 AM and re-airs on KREJ at 5 PM. Station manager Mike Henry shares Scripture, community birthdays, announcements, trivia, and station news, and discusses current events. He regularly writes a column “Mike’s World View” for The Gyp Hill Premiere; these are the most recent articles. Comments are welcome; please email us using our contact us form.

10-28-19 Sore Losers

There are few things worse than a sore loser. Democrats simply cannot accept the fact that they lost to the likes of Donald J. Trump in the 2016 election. They have worked tirelessly ever since to undue the election results and oust a duly-elected president. This is unprecedented in American politics. Normal people accept a political loss and try for the next election, but that’s not what we are seeing.

Why is the media so obsessed with taking down this president? Well, for one thing, Trump outsmarted them in 2016. The liberal media unwittingly helped elect him by giving him extensive coverage during the campaign. They thought it would expose how unfit he was for the job, but the opposite happened. It reminds me of Archie Bunker in the old sitcom All in the Family. The writers intended to mock Archie Bunker, but most people liked him. They thought his progressive son-in-law was indeed a meathead.

Furthermore, the media’s not used to a president that punches back. Have you heard how he speaks to them at a press conference? He calls them names right to their faces, and you know what? They deserve it. They report anything negative on the president, real or imagined, and completely ignore his accomplishments.

Congressman Al Green gave it away the other day when he said, “If we don’t impeach him, he’ll get re-elected.”

Democrats are playing a dangerous game by using government agencies and officials to plot a coup against the president. I don’t know what a 21st century civil war looks like, and I don’t want to find out. If President Trump is impeached and removed from office over a phone call, all hell will break loose. Hopefully cooler heads will prevail. I think Republicans understand what’s going on and will prevent such. To those with Trump derangement syndrome I say, “Get some help.”

10-21-19 China

The big, brave NBA can shame and boycott North Carolina for not allowing biological males to use the women’s restroom, but they cower before the Chinese communists and their blatant human rights abuses. That is both cowardly and hypocritical. Their morality is selective, and obviously for sale.

We mistakenly thought that by opening up trade with Communist China they would gradually allow western-style freedom. Wrong. They used the wealth to bolster their own oppressive Communist Party control over the people. Instead of accepting our American values of free speech, they are exporting their communist values of intimidation and threats. NBA players and fans must be silent about China’s human rights abuses.

The Hong Kong Chinese have enjoyed western-style freedom for decades and don’t want to lose it. That’s why they are protesting so hard. That could be us in a few years if the socialist Democrats take over this country.

President Trump is at least trying to hold China responsible for some of their unfair trade practices. That’s more than any other president has done. I’m sure China would much prefer a Democrat president. Heck, Joe Biden is already bought and paid for. People want to know where Hunter Biden is. Well, he’s somewhere living high on the one billion he got from China for simply riding along with daddy on Air Force Two.

10-14-19 Investigations

So, you can investigate President Trump and his family non-stop (the Dems have made it a full-time ministry), but try to investigate a Democrat and the mediacrats go crazy. When Democrats investigate Republicans, they’re simply exercising their constitutional duty of oversight and accountability, but when Republicans investigate Democrats, it’s a politically motivated abuse of power. That’s how the game is played in D.C.

Does anyone think that Hunter Biden, the son of former VP Joe Biden, was worth 80K per/mo to a Ukrainian oil and gas company that was under investigation for corruption? Heck, no. The money was clearly spent to curry favor with Joe Biden, Obama’s point man on Ukraine. Can that be proven? Probably not, unless you could get transcripts of all the phone calls, but that only happens to Republicans.

I suspect this so-called whistle-blower is nothing but a deep-state operative in line with Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Clapper, and Brennan, who used their offices to undermine the president. Trump’s phone call to the newly-elected Ukrainian president, where he simply asks him to reopen an investigation that Joe Biden boasted about having stopped by threatening to withhold American aid, is hardly an impeachable offense.

The good news is that Republicans are on to these tactics, because they’ve seen it all before. I think the latest impeachment push is just a big bluff. I noticed that Nancy Pelosi hasn’t taken an official vote on it, nor will she. They’re just trying to drive up the negatives on Trump, but may be driving up their own negatives even more. Trump’s personality and in-your-face style may offend people, but that’s not grounds for impeachment.

10-7-19 Islam

Islam is a dangerous religion. If you did not learn that from 9-11, you simply have your head in the sand. These devout Muslims committed mass murder/suicide thinking they would be immediately rewarded by Allah on the other side. What a surprise it must have been when they met the risen Lord Jesus Christ instead.

Thankfully, not all Muslims are of the “kill the infidel” variety, but enough are to make it a dangerous religion. I recently talked with an Afghan who immigrated to the U.S. along with his wife. He had courageously helped thwart suicide attacks against our troops in Afghanistan. I thanked him for his service and welcomed him to America.

He told me that there are 3 types of Muslims: those who practice 4th century Islam, those who practice 20th century Islam, and the modern progressive (reformed) Muslim. The reformed Muslim is what we want to see. They accept the American tenants of freedom of speech and freedom of religion. They pose no threat. Of the other two groups, one is clearly a threat and the other questionable.

The few Muslims we have in Congress don’t seem to be from the reformed camp and have joined with the “America’s not so great” liberals of the Democrat party. That’s curious when you consider Islam’s treatment of minorities, women, and gays. Apparently, hatred of Trump and his supporters, especially Evangelicals, supersedes everything else. Clearly spiritual warfare is involved here.

Only reformed Islam is compatible with American values, and I think should be made the test for immigration. It’s worth remembering that Mohammed taught tolerance only until he gained power; then he used the sword.

9-30-19 Comfort

My best friend died of brain cancer at the age of 33. For years doctors had treated him for a migraine headache; by the time they discovered the tumor, it was too late.

Toward the end a lady came up to him at church and said, “Gene, you’re fortunate because you’re going to get to see Jesus before the rest of us.” Gene replied, “If I’m so fortunate, maybe you’d like to trade places with me?” Her attempt to comfort missed the mark.

Years ago after our infant son Travis died, someone tried to explain that maybe he would have grown up and never accepted the Lord, so God was just sparing us. Yes, maybe he would have grown up to be the antichrist; who knows. I didn’t find a lot of comfort in that.

I did find comfort in the fact that God watched His Son die on the cross. I was powerless to do anything about my son, but He could have sent 10,000 angels to destroy those wicked people and spare His beloved Son. He didn’t because of His great love for us.

“Looking to Jesus” is the key to a victorious Christian life and the greatest source of comfort. My friend Gene struggled, but finally resigned himself to his fate. He told me before he died, “Why should I expect to live longer than my Lord?” I appreciate all who offer comfort at a time of loss; we need it, but the greatest comfort comes from the Lord Himself.

Maybe I’m too simplistic, but I believe if we would honestly do business with the Lord, He would make short work of our problems.

Heb 12:3 says, “Consider Him who endured such hostility from sinners against Himself, lest you become weary and discouraged in your souls.”

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