11/18/2014 – Stealing Signs - Baseball Is America cites stealing signs in both the Little
Leagues and the Bigs. Why are signs stolen? To gain an unfair advantage over the competition
– to cheat and steal. It passively promotes amoral culture void of right versus wrong – just win [don’t
Bobby Thomson’s miraculous shot
heard round the world in the ’51 Series was tainted by Giant
illicit sign stealing with a telescope from centerfield. Was it a miracle
in the Catholic Christian context [divine intervention] or nothing but kid’s stuff?
RunBenRun pitches the right stuff – morality and right
versus wrong in the Christian context of America’s founding void of “Christian” spitballs
[Darby rapture and Scoefied Jewish Nation worship instead of Jesus].
Zionist government spying [stealing signs] on mostly Christian Americans [80% of Americans “claim” to
be Christian in some form] has become mainstream in the post 9/11 former Field of Dreams. Patriot Act, Prism
Project and the phony War on Terror are all strategic excuses for Peeping Toms to “go to work.” As successors-in-interest
to the Soviet [Jewish] Cheka, GPU, NVKD and KGB they totally lack scruples.
Reclaiming the Strike Zone pitches political Zionism, not Muslim extremism, as America’s
biggest safety threat. As long as 530 Congressman [out of 535] and the entire White House pledge allegiance to the six-pointed
star while donning their white & blue unis with the red-shield logo, America will
remain an unjust, unfair country.
Strike Zone tosses
the straight fastball solution to America’s slump – Whitfield-Christian philosophy
embedded in the Good News of America’s founding and strict adherences to Constitutional precepts.
“Christians are not to reject the [secular]
world entirely, but instead must try to reform it to fit a more Christian pattern.” – St. Augustine of Hippo
“The activities usually part of the [secular] City of Man – such as warfare,
economic activity, education, legal disputes and the rearing of children – should be conducted in a Christian spirit.”
– St. Augustine of Hippo
P.S. - Foster the People.