Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 14 June 2019

Greetings from Tyler, Iran did it! You must know of the two tankers attacked (apparently with mines) and burning this week near the Straits of Hormuz. Video has been released showing an Iranian boat retrieving an unexploded mine from the … Read More

Former AG Sessions calls for moving past Mueller report

Protesters gather on a green near Johnson Chapel, where former attorney general Jeff Sessions is speaking, at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, April 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill) AMHERST, Mass. — Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday said … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 19 April 2019

Greetings from Tyler, We observed the Lord’s Supper in the auditorium here in Tyler last evening, conducted by Mr. Stan Roberts and Mr. Tony Brazil. Several visitors have already arrived for the Holy Day weekend and many more are arriving … Read More

Weekly Update from Mark Armstrong – 1 March 2019

Greetings from Tyler,   It’s been said before, but demand for racist hate crimes exceeds the supply. Media soberly reports the heinous incidents until they’re proven to have been a hoax by irrefutable evidence, then they drop them like a … Read More

Trump urges Attorney General Sessions to end Russia probe

President Trump called Wednesday for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation “right now,” alleging bias on the investigative team and complaining about the trial of his former campaign chairman. “This is a terrible situation … Read More

Comey’s Memos Prove to Exonerate Trump

No new bombshell revelations, just more evidence confirming Comey’s anti-Trump bias. On Thursday, after months of foot-dragging and threats of subpoena and impeachment, the Justice Department finally handed over to Congress memos written by former FBI Director James Comey. They contain no … Read More

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