Author Archives: Billy David Dickson

Billy is a writer , Bible college student, radio show host, and youth worker. He has worked with young people for over ten years. His work includes teaching children youth in Bible studies, and Sunday School classes.
He currently does a radio show everyday at 6:19 E.T. on KCRO radio 660 A.M. in Omaha, Nebraska.

Evangelical Support of Israel

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Billy David Dickson All Rights Reserved, 2014
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Coach Dungy the “Worst Person in the World”

The politically correct or “progressive” crowd found a new target this week: outspoken Christian and Super Bowl-winning coach Tony Dungy.

When asked about “out and proud” football player Michael Sam, the former NFL coach said he would not have drafted Sam had he still been coaching. “I wouldn’t have [drafted] him,” said Dungy. “Not because I don’t believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but I wouldn’t want to deal with all of it. It’s not going to be totally smooth … things will happen.”

For this comment, ESPN commentator Keith Olbermann named Dungy the “Worst Person in the World” on Monday night. Condemnations of Dungy came from all over.

This is where the “progressive” movement is. If you hold a view that is not in agreement with theirs, you are to be demonized by them, the progressives, who, ironically, don’t believe in demons.

Why do they do this? Because they, the progressives, consider themselves morally superior to those of us who hold traditional values even though, again, ironically, progressives don’t believe in moral values unless they define them. They moralize against those who promote morality.
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A U.S. Senate panel has advanced to the full senate a treaty that could pose a danger to parents and to preborn babies.

After a contentious hearing this week, the Judiciary Committee advanced the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which one expert says has a nice title but is deceiving.

Will Estrada of the Home School Legal Defense Association says there are three concerns, beginning with an intrusion into national sovereignty. The treaty would change America’s current system to allow “unelected United Nations bureaucrats” to monitor how the United States implements the treaty and advise it, he says.

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If it is too hot for you this Summer don’t forget what is coming


What a court in left field N.Y. says parents can discipline their kids.

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( This kid might had also needed some soap in his mouth but the father was right. )


Yesterday’s ( Fridays ) Posts ( until next week here on the blog )

Prayers for Downed jet love ones
Embrace the values of “What Works”
Not all pit bulls are bad here is one who did good
Here is a President who knew how to stand up to evil leaders ( unlike Obama )
Turkish Paper: ‘God Bless That Hitler’
Schools a haven for kids who crossed border alone
Evangelicals, Catholics, Jews viewed warmly
We’re using missile defense to protect our civilians, and they’re using their civilians to protect their missiles.”
And from Thursday’s blogging…
CA. Saving Money so it can kill children


Prayers for Downed jet love ones


Embrace the values of “What Works”

A number of weeks ago I finished the current book by Cal Thomas ” What Works,”
It is a book I encourage every person who cares about this nation to get ASAP. You might even want to buy one for your congressman, or two US senators or at least suggest to them they pick up a copy. It doesn’t matter what political party they belong to. We need to bury our political ideas and embrace what has worked and will work.
In “What Works,”Thomas writes “after three decades of writing a newspaper column he has pretty seen it all especially man’s futile attempt to perfect himself and alter certain behavior through government, specifically federal government. “
Thomas writes in his current book we can learn from our history far as what will work and what will fail. No matter what the issue might be.
Take taxes and spending. “In 1962 President John F. Kennedy said, “It is a paradoxical truth that tax rates are too high and tax revenues are too low and the soundest way to raise revenues in the long run is to cut the rates now.”
“He and Congress did, and tax revenues increased.”
Thomas also writes President Reagan did the same thing.
I for one think too many on the right have become part of the amen party to whatever the Republicans do. At times there is a difference between being a conservative and being a Republican. Cal in his book embraces that line of thinking.
“The top three in American talk radio are Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin. They and their colleagues are among the best at articulating the conservative position on major issues. Notice I didn’t say the Republican position, but the conservative position. There is sometimes a difference.”
Cal in the book besides pointing out what is wrong also writes about overcomers and how we can start doing what will work.
If you care about America you need to read this book with your mind but even more than that you need to embrace the values in “What Works” with all of your heart and soul. For America’s sake and the sake of our children’s children.

Billy David Dickson All Rights Reserved, 2014
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Not all pit bulls are bad here is one who did good

The story along with a video report is here.



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