Evangelicals Want Trump-Power

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Evangelicals want to put Trump in the White House.  They also wanted George W. Bush in the WH – and to invade Iraq! They wanted less governemtn controls, and they got the Mortgage Meltdown. Many follow the bull of Prosperity Gospel, and the Banks are still ripping off people. They say they want Morals and Jesus, but, what do they really want? How about POWER, power over men, power over women? How about – MONEY? They want what Trump has……..


End Time Doomsayers are rubbing Bully Trump in order to get some of his GOOD LUCK! Of course they ignore the powerful evidence Trump is Satan ‘The Great Deciever’ because he must come before Jesus will comes. Might as well get that great house on the beach! When white evangelicals saw black evangelicals sucking in all Trump’s goodness, they decided to vote for him, too, and thus his rise in the polls.

Jon Presco

Award-winning Christian author Philip Yancey is dumbfounded by the way that many members of his faith have rallied around Donald Trump. 

Yancey expressed his doubts about the Republican presidential candidate and his Christian supporters during an interview with website Evangelical Focus.

I am staggered that so many conservative or evangelical Christians would see a man who is a bully, who made his money by casinos, who has had several wives and several affairs, that they would somehow paint him as a hero, as someone that we could stand behind,” Yanceysaid

To choose a person who stands against everything that Christianity believes as the hero, the representative, one that we get behind enthusiastically is not something that I understand at all,” he added. 


On Tuesday, Jerry Falwell, Jr. — son of famous evangelist Jerry Falwell and head of the evangelical college Liberty University — formally endorsedRepublican businessman Donald Trump for president. Trump’s campaign claimed the nod as a major victory for “the Donald,” and at least one media outlet crowned Trump as “the official evangelical candidate” — a highly sought-after distinction within the GOP, whose base includes millions of evangelical Christians.

Lots of evangelicals — especially Trump supporters — simply aren’t that ‘religious.’

But the buzz surrounding the announcement also included a heavy dose of confusion. Trump, like all GOP candidates, has worked to court evangelicals, but also repeatedly flubbed attempts to talk coherently about religion throughout his campaign. He has been unable to name his favorite book of the Bible, said that he doesn’t ask for forgiveness from God because he’s “not making mistakes,” appeared confused about the beliefs of the Presbyterian denomination he claims, and evoked laughter while speaking at Liberty University earlier this month by referring to a book of the Bible as “two Corinthians” instead of the more common phrase “second Corinthians.”

Trump couldn’t even hide his religious illiteracy when he tweeted out the news of Falwell’s endorsement, referring to the college president as “Rev. Jerry Falwell Jr.” even though he is not an ordained religious leader or reverend of any sort.

Despite this, Trump has continued to garner hefty support from evangelical voters, even as prestigious theological conservatives such as Russell Moore — head of the political arm of the Southern Baptist Convention and an actualreverend — openly criticize his candidacy as out-of-step with evangelical beliefs.

Thus, yesterday’s endorsement left many political cognoscenti raising a question that has been asked many times this election season, including by Trump himself: How could so many evangelicals, a group known for their pursuit of spiritual purity, flock to a twice-divorced, theologically challenged man like Donald Trump?


The answer is complicated and somewhat unclear, and the small cadre of evangelical leadership currently backing Trump is of a slightly different breedthan what you might find at most conservative theology conventions. But when it comes to understanding Trump’s popularity with the evangelical masses, the key lies in a simple reality: Lots of evangelicals — especially Trump supporters — simply aren’t that “religious.”

To be fair, you can’t totally blame the media for missing this. For decades, political commentators — and even some religion scholars — have lifted up evangelical Christians as somehow different from other religious groups, insisting they cling more tightly to their expressed values than other Americans. This myth was also largely created by evangelicals themselves: theological conservatives have spent decades touting their churchgoing legions as “values voters,” holding conferences lauding themselves as unique among the American public for their dedication to candidates who reflect their religious “values.” Flagship colleges of evangelicalism such as Liberty University and Wheaton College have constantly waged public battles over Christian “orthodoxy,” decrying mainline Christianity and left-leaning Catholicism as watered-down versions of the faith and often claiming implicit ownership over what is or isn’t “Christian.” Although other religious groups pushed back against this narrative every step of the way, the American media — not to mention the political elite — eventually accepted the truism that evangelicals, for better or worse, are “more” religious than other demographics, meaning they would behave (and more importantly, vote) according to principles such as family and faith.

Theological conservatives have spent decades touting their churchgoing legions as ‘values voters.’

But this was simply never true. Granted, evangelicals do boast higher worship attendance numbers than other faith communities, and those who do go to church regularly tend to vote and behave in ways that match the greater evangelical agenda. But that doesn’t mean they all sit in the pews every Sunday, nor does it mean they blindly accept whatever their pastor tells them:anywhere from 35 to 40 percent of evangelicals attend church occasionally, seldom, or never. You’re less likely to see this more wayward subset of evangelicalism singing hymns on Sunday morning, but they’re happy to identify as evangelicals on opinion polls anyway, and have often been the group lifted up by progressives as examples of evangelical “hypocrisy.”

Most evangelical churches discourage divorce, for instance, yet conservative Protestants who attend church less than twice a month have higher divorce rates than any other group — including the nonreligious. You would be hard pressed to find a major evangelical leader who endorses violence in the home, yet the states where women are most likely to endure domestic abuse include South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, and Tennessee — regions with sizable populations of theological conservatives, including many that skip Sunday service. And evangelicals overwhelmingly condemn premarital sex in fiery sermons and through abstinence-only campaigns, yet poor, theologically conservative Americans regularly report high numbers of unplanned pregnancies and S.T.D.s — in fact, evangelical teenagers are actually moresexually active than Mormons, mainline Protestants, and Jews.

As it turns out, these biblically “prodigal” evangelicals are the heart of religious support for the equally prodigal Trump: According to the Wall Street Journal, only 38 percent of Trump supporters attend worship weekly or more, compared to 56 percent of social conservative voters and 43 percent of Republican establishment voters.

This partly explains why this group can relate to someone like Trump, a man who doesn’t try to hide his less-than-pious ways, but who doesn’t apologize for them either. It also sheds light on the continued popularity of passionate Trump supporter Sarah Palin, whose family claims an evangelical identity but whose children are infamous for becoming pregnant out of wedlock and allegedly engaging in domestic violence.

None of this is new, of course, and the media’s perception of religion — especially evangelicalism — is typically painfully un-nuanced, and often inadequate for explaining the role faith actually plays in many people’s lives. It would be easy, for instance, to dismiss this subgroup as hypocritical or somehow unrepresentative of evangelicalism, and several evangelical leaders are seeking to do just that. But they’ve always been there, mucking up evangelical claims to collective piety and even rebranded as “nominal” evangelicals by frustrated conservative voices. Ultimately church attendance doesn’t make one more or less “religious,” and this group is a self-identified evangelical force to be reckoned with — whether or not the Religious Right approves.

And now, after years of supporting whoever the evangelical elite told them vote for, they’ve got their own candidate. And his name is Trump.

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Animal House and Black Cowboy

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Miss Venezuela, Alicia Machado smiles after winning the 1996 ''Miss Universe'' crown May 17. Nineteen-year-old Machado, a model and first-year law and second-year business administration student will reign as the 4th Miss Universe from Venezuela - RTXGSFT

Miss Venezuela, Alicia Machado smiles after winning the 1996 ”Miss Universe” crown May 17. Nineteen-year-old Machado, a model and first-year law and second-year business administration student will reign as the 4th Miss Universe from Venezuela – RTXGSFT



I was saving this for my book, but, my tale has burst out upon the world political scene. Many foreign leaders shudder at the vision of Donald Trump being President. These sane men and women may have former Miss Universe to thank if Trump’s rise to power comes crashing back to earth!

Piggy and the Beast

From the beginning, it was my desire to make Belle Burch famous. This beauty asks about me getting sober. Alas, here is my unedited reply that I am still composing. Mishelle McMindes claimed Ken Kesey took her story and made it his own. Mishelle is from Grand Island Nebraska and posed for Playboy. Rena was from Grand Island. Add them up, the Beautiful Muses who have been captured…….one way or another:

Mishelle McMindes; Alicia Machado; Natriana Shorter, Rena Easton, Belle Burch; Christine Rosamond.

I add Daria Halprin to this list. She starred in movie about radical hippies in revolt, called ‘Zabriskie Point’. I am an original hippie, who along with my hippie friends, did not go see this movie because it is a case of Art Imitating Life.  Ken Kesey appears to be sexless. He married Faye when he was young, and, it looks like he was loyal to her. However, he did screw that Beauty from Nebraska. Daria was married to Denis Hopper, the star of Easy Rider. I’m just looking for some cool and beautiful chics to be in my movie, books, and paintings, so I can be a Pop Culture Icon – too!

John Warner just endorsed Hillary. John is in my family tree because he was married to Movie Icon, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor.


The other star of Zabriskie Point was a Mel Lyman devotee, Mark Frechette, who held up a bank with another Lyman Family member after he made his movie. He had real-life interests. Mel Lyman is my kindred who created a network of MUSicians, Actors, and Artists. He is in my family tree. He married Jessie Benton, a cousin of my ex-brother-in-law, Garth Benton who acted in movies, as did his first wife, Alli McBride.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2016



“I’d like to hear more of your personal life story. “When I got sober”, “When I was homeless”, “When I was fighting cancer”……. these are words you drop and then let flit by without much detail or explanation or storytelling. I want those details and stories. Please.

Tell me what you thought of my poem. Did it make you feel anything? Did it make you think? If so, what?

To Belle Burch

Apr 20”

“Hillary Clinton picked up another endorsement today from a high-profile Republican legislator, former Virginia Senator John Warner.

Warner was married to actress Elizabeth Taylor when he won his first term in the U.S. Senate. He retired in 2008, making way for his successor Mark Warner, a Democrat, to succeed him.

He was The Secretary of the Navy at the time disgraced Republican president Richard Nixon resigned.

Warner made elected office his second act, eventually chairing the Senate’s Armed Services Committee. His served in the Senate with Clinton for eight years.

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On Friday, July 22, 2016 4:09 PM, John Ambrose <braskewitz@yahoo.com> wrote:

Here it is Neil, the Grand Marshall’s car in the new Springfield parade. Leave it like it is and put it on a float. This will be the most photographed car in the world – especially in Japan. Eugene tore down our Eifle Tower, the 8th wonder of the world. A billion tourist dollars did not get distributed in the Emerald Valley.



I never told Hollis about my bout with homelessness, because I was careful not to upstage him, put him on the other side of a fence. For helping him, he wanted to help me. He wanted me to get religion. I tried to tell him I already got religion, but, then I beheld the look on his face.

One evening he took me to Ken Kesey’s cousin’s house where he lived for a year. This cousin is a Christian and has a open house for the homeless and the hungry. We got there too late for the meal. Getting out of bed, I got and google and looked for that Cristian’s name. In minutes, I am beholding photos of a beautiful naked woman from Grand Island Nebraska who approached Ken Kesey about him authoring a screenplay about a famous cowboy. Chills came over me. Rena lived in Grand Island Nebraska. I was homeless when we met. This beautiful young woman lived with me a tent for fifty days. Her three sister’s were models. No homeless person has ever been so – blessed!

When I was homeless in 1996, I lived a month in a tent up in Blue River. At a AA meeting I shared the awful nightmare of how the vultures and parasite swooped down and started feeding on the body of my dead sister, the world famous artist, Rosamond. A woman in the group started crying. The chair asked why. She said she wanted to talk to me in private after the meeting.

My sponsor took me to her house where she proceed to tell me that people around me do these things because they want a taste of IMMORTALITY. She told me she had bought the rights to a Kesey novel, and had hired a writer to author a screenplay. Everything went wrong, because everyone wants this view of living forever to be seen through their eyes – only!

Belle Burch and other members of Sleeps have accused me of stalking my ex-muse. They accused me of Cyberstalking.  But, it is God who is authoring this Beautiful Story. Here is the proof.  I would meet the author of the Kesey script in a graveyard near the University of Oregon. He owned a three-legged dog.

January 8, 1984

 To Whom it May Concern:

I have agreed to write a screenplay about bygone rodeo greats Jackson Sundown and Nigger George Fletcher, concerning their historic confrontation at the Pendleton Round Up in 1916 [sic]. The name of the production company that I am writing for is SUNDOWN FLETCHER INC. and the people I am dealing with are Mike Hagen and MiSchelle McMindes.


Ken Kesey

The combination of Kesey’s relentless ability to self-promote and local newspapermen’s interest in a new Oregon-centric Hollywood film got Last Go Round a good bit of buzz in 1984. On Sept. 14, The Oregonian quoted Kesey as claiming that the 1985 Pendleton Round-Up might form the setting of a $10 million feature film with “cowboys, Indians and a story so good it stops the hand midway between the mouth and the popcorn box.”

Back in December, after Natriana Shorter, who is African-American, won the crown for Miss Oregon, Albert commented on a KEZI news story that, “I know this is going to sound racist and it’s not my intention. But I can’t help but think it’s awfully strange that a woman of color would represent [the] state of Oregon. The state that has one of the smallest amount of minorities of any race compared to other states. And yes, she is very beautiful.”

I met Katherine Wilson at an AA meeting held in the McKenzie Bridge Christian Church. My sponsor had come and got me at the loggers campground I was staying at. I had been homeless two months. After Micahael Dundon’s wife took him back in, the owner of this land wanted me to………move on. I had oversdtsye my welcome.

My kin was a foreman for for several of the established family owned logging companies up the McKenzie. After many close calls he wanted out of the forest. We were fixing up a old lunch wagon, when Michael went to to town to get his wife out of a bar where she was feeding her inheritence into a electronic poker machine. She threw us both out. No one telkls her what to do with her families cosmetic money. Her folks were dying all over the place and leaving each other their money they got selling lipstick. We thyught there was better things she could do in Oregon themn sit in a dark bar sucking on ciggerettes, and pushing a button over and over. Guess not!

It rained almost everyday that April. My concern was keeping my Brother world processor dry, and the two novels I had begun. There was the beggining of a biography getting soggy under the brown plastic I threw over my tent. Micahale gave me a look that said;

“There’s another big waste of time! My best ffiend sits arond pecking on a keyboard while I scrape off years of grease on my new enterprise. All I want is to fry sine eggs and turn over a  golden patch of hash brown ptotatos. This is what makes the world go round, not gambing and writing bad novels.”

Are you sure?

So, there I am at the AA meeting smelling like shit because I have not had a shower in weeks. My sponser would come by and visit me as I sat in front of Gino’s Crazy-making store in Blue River. He, his wife, and kids, were traring up the town. The model McKenzie river boat I made was sitting behind the borken window. If it was for sale it was It was another sob story. Gino’s wife was convince her husband was cheating on her, She got out a ballpen hammer, and smashed away.

My sponser is aking me if I have any good ideas on how to save Blue River. He wanted to take me to a Lion’s Club meeting. It never occured to him to invite me to his home for a cup of coffee, and let me use his shower. A wee earlier he took me to the McKenzie Bridge Store where in back was a little art gallery that needed saving.

“Do you think you can save this little home spun Art Thing. I think Art may be the asnwer to akll our problems. Arent your kindred famous artists?”

The year is 1995. My famous sister has been dead a year. The fight over her cretive legacy, is hideous beyond compare. There is talk about a book and a  movie. With both of te family artists out of the way, this should be a cakewalk. The Sane Ones know how to get it done. Artists and Gamblers are difficult, hard to get long with. I got crysty-butt. I sit at the far end of the table so my fellow alchys dont get a whiff.

“Do you think we need more fern plants in the window, Jon? ”

“Well, actually I know a man who logs eugcyltpus in the Oakland Hills employung his miniature railroad he built. Hes’ thinking about relocating, We can run it thre Blue River up towards the old gold mine. You dont have to go all the ways there. You just need a Destination, and an ice cream parlor alongside the tracks. Folks will drive a hundred miles out of theor way to get their kids a ‘Little Red Cabose Cone’ made from an old loggers wives recpe broght to America from Finland.

“Sounds like sa really Big Idea to me! How about some planters and lattice work out front? Will this bring in the Art Buyers, lure them in off the highway, Jon?”

My sponser had led a revolt against my our old minister, Gary, who flipped out. He was at my graduation from Serenity Lane in 1987, alog with my childhood fried, Nancy Hamren.who gave the Kesey family her grandmothers recipe for yogurt. She wondered who Gary was, and why he speaking about God and Jesus at my big event. He was talking some real shit. One Sunday mornings Gary share this with the River Crowd;

“I hope the Russians drop an atomic bomb on San Francisco and kill all the homosexuals!”

Gary worked the old Blue Overall Boys at the White Water cafe. These grey haired relics owned the woods. There ancestors fled North as Confederate Traitors. they were officers. They got themselves some big saws. These are the Peckerwoods Mim’s talks albout that kept the niggers out of their Country. No black man ever cut down a tree in their rnecks of the woods. They hated progress – and change. They liked Michael because he was the best tree-topper around. He was their tree-climbing moneky that made then a million. I was his kin, and waskin to his wife, a Frye. The Fryes were lived in Finn Rock for five generations. The last time I was up there, I discovered I am releated to everyone who lives and works up river. We took over the Ranger Station by spreadint our gentic material all over the place. I talked to my kind who runs a Deli. I ran past hi an idea on how to bring more folks up river so ehty will buy a cornbeef and rye sandwhich from him;

“Welllllllllllllllllllllllll. To tell you the truth, we don’t want more folks coming up here and trashing the place. We just want our stuff to mysteriouskt  fly off the shelf so we dont have to move to town and get a citified job. Are yu going to buy one my my nick nacks after I wasted myt time jawing with you. How about a cut borwn bear fishing in a burchbark canoe?”

I told this yongster about our Old End Time Plan,

“We were going to fell trees acorss 126. When we went to town we made sure we got pleanty of dented can food at that store with the sloppy rainbow. I forgot the name.”

Then we started doing cocaine and drinking too much. Our workd came crashing down around us. Our children were thrown into a dysfntional whirpool. There was wife-swapping going on. We thiught we were cool. Everyone wanted more white powder that coud only be gotten in the city. We never thiyught about gorwing cociane trees and getting some big iron pots to cook it in. We’ed have to get a rocket launcher to shoot DEA helicipter out of the sky.

So, who the fucks  Katherine Willson and why s she balling her eyes out as I share my twisted convoluted tale about the legal family fued over a shitload of Rosamond prints that no one could sell, while christine was alive, but, now that she was dead our sibkling – who knew nothing about art – were convicnced they would sell like hotcakes. They had pused the adult heir and her uncle to the side in a very brutal manner, and had cone to bievled they had a forest of old growth redwood that would make them wealthy beyond belief. We are talking about a Real Windfall! They ase not in Rosamond’s Will.

“Kesey abandoned prose as ‘archaic’ and set off to make The Movie,” says Mark Christensen, a Los Angeles writer and former WW staffer who’s completing a study of Kesey, Timothy Leary and other ’60s narcotics gurus titled Acid Christ for Schaffner Press. “He bought into the dream, which is the old cliché of Hollywood: What I really want to do is direct. In other words, he wanted into the movie business! This was in the wave of all that French New Wave shit, where people literally believed the novel was dead, and cinema was going to be the new medium. And Kesey bought that dream.”


photo by Jon Stinnett James “Izzy” Whetstine, left, and drummer Kenny Reed take a break from filming a documentary on the making of ‘Animal House’ Friday. Whetstine played a janitor responsible for dealing with a dead horse in the movie.

Katherine Wilson, Oregon filmmaker

October 10th, 2012 by Anne Richardson · 1 Comment · Oregon filmmaker, Oregon producer,Oregon writer

Katherine Wilson stepped into the role of writer-producer with Animal House Of Blues (2012)  after a lifetime working in location casting and location scouting.

When John Landis needed local college girls for the pillow fight in Animal House, it was Katherine who auditioned them. When Milos Forman came to Oregon State Hospital to shoot One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, it was Katherine who served as the liaison between that production and the Oregon Film Commission. Having seen for herself what Oregon had to offer Hollywood, and vice versa, she spent her entire career encouraging her home state to develop the economic potential of its film industry.

She worked on Stand By Me, The High Cost Of Living and Personal Best, among others. Without leaving home, she worked with Michael Douglas, Milos Forman, Rob Reiner, Robert Towne, John Belushi, and Jack Nicolson.

Her first film as writer-producer, Animal House of Blues, uses interviews and archival photos to tell the story of how Curtis Salgado, a young Eugene blues singer, taught visiting actor John Belushi how to sing the blues. Belushi paid close attention and later used  Salgado’s trademark sunglasses-fedora-harmonica combination to create The Blues Brothers with Dan Ackroyd. As a friend of both Salgado and Belushi, Katherine Wilson was witness to the entire, slightly Faustian, saga.

Here you can see Katherine Wilson preparing extras for the parade scene finale in Animal House, the film which launched her career.

Here’s Katherine in Deafula, a lost Oregon movie I am dying to see. Katherine acted in Deafula and did the make up and art direction.

Here she is with Ken Kesey, who taught her to splice videos using scotch tape, a lesson she definitely wouldn’t have learned in film school.

Along with launching Animal House Of Blues, Katherine Wilson is also in pre-production for a feature length narrative film about the legendary Nez Perce rodeo champion, Jackson Sundown. She is the fifth Oregon Movies, A to Zfilm figure to come from Klamath Falls, joining an illustrious list which includes James Ivory, Marc Davis, William Kittridge and Chris Eyre, pictured with her below.

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Rena Easton as Irene Westhaven

Rena’s three older sisters were models. One was the mistress of Robert Vesco, who was the Trump of his day. Rena did not become a model because she did not want to be OWNED, yet she marries an older man. Did he see her as his Trophy Wife?





Yesterday I realized Rena lied to me when she said she was not interested in becoming a model like her three older sisters after she saw what this profession had done to them. One of them was the mistress of Robert Vesco who prepared Donald Trump’s way.

In 1970, Rena left Grand Island Nebraska with her twenty-six year old lover. She was seventeen. They got out of the car at Venice Beach where Rena paraded around in a bikini that I and my good friend beheld her in on Pismo Beach. This friend kidnapped her, drove three hundred yards down the beach until he turned around. Rena had demanded he go back and get me. Consider Paris and Helen of Troy. He had to have her after beholding her beauty at the Beauty Contest he judged. All hell breaks lose. Casandra freaks out.

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Beauty Bonding With Brutes

Several days after Beauty and I met in the Wandering Goat, she sent this quiz to me. I was puzzled. She had to have looked at my blog. She prefaced this request by saying she had not read my e-mails that highlighted this blog in regards to un-creative outsiders taking over Rosamond’s artistic legacy, she a world famous women artist known for her images of BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. My contention is, Artists and Belle go hand in hand in regards to the Muse. “https://rosamondpress.com/2014/04/30/flitting-with-belle/


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aarena22If my late sister, Christine Rosamond, was alive, and she asked Rena to be her model and muse, would Rena call the sheriff and have him back Rosamond off by accusing her of stalking Rena? That would be insane! Well, this is almost exactly what happened – to me.

Above is a photo of Bijan, an old man who imitated Christine Rosamond and made a lot of money. He was hired to compete with my sister by a rival promoter of commercial art. He was bid to keep his true identity a secret. His followers believed HE was a WOMAN because he borrowed the name of a famous female fashion photographer. This is a Art Parasite! A search was launched to find – HER! Knights went out with glass slippers. For a year, some concluded I was Sara Moon. This is almost, correct.


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Beauty And The Anti-Mission Statement




The Inspirational Gospel Choir of Eugene, who received public funding, may be interested in knowing former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, accused presidential candidate, Donald Trump, of using the black church – and Jesus – to defeat our nations first woman candidate for the highest office in the land.

Yes, he don’t like that people either,” she said. “He’s trying to make up distractions and now he’s in the churches. He’s ridiculous.”

What is a Mission Statement?

For this reason I give a link to the original post wherein I reported on Krysta Albert’s denigration of black people, and Miss Oregon, who is a black woman. The Choir put on a show at the Hult that accredited the advancement of the black race to Gospel music. However, owning the Right to Vote, has to top the list of blessings, that I doubt came from Jesus-God, for this entity did not bid our Founding Fathers to free the slaves. Nor Did the Black, or White Jesus, bid these Fathers to pass a law giving women the right to vote. There is no Constitutional Right for any religious body to DICTATE civic laws and practices, nor interfere with Freedom of the Press. It is clear some black Christians have selfishly used Trump to get publicity. This selfishness caused Trump to rise in the polls. 

“The Nineteenth Amendment is identical to the Fifteenth Amendment, except that the Nineteenth prohibits the denial of suffrage because of sex and the Fifteenth because of “race, color, or previous condition of servitude”.[13] Colloquially known as the “Anthony Amendment”,


The Choir backs the secular efforts of NAACP President, Eric Richardson, who helped get the Mim’s house registered as a historic monument. Now that THE CHURCH has come out of its religious sanctuary to bless the  politics of Trump, no religious group can strike out at any secular object, then run back into the church and cry;


Krysta Albert – Racist Republican

I listened to a few comments from him when he was my boss, but I don’t want to talk about it because it’s too much rude for the black community, and I respect a lot of things,” she said.

Machado, who is from Venezuela, said her experience with Trump made her deeply suspicious of his recent efforts to appeal to minority voters during his presidential campaign.”

What is truly astounding, is Jesus Rabbi Kirt Schneider prays over Trump, and, has gone into Africa with his Mission Statement. Consider the Zulu Nazarite Church, that is my church. Why didn’t the Choir pray over me? Instead they threaten to sue me, bully me, shoot me, do whatever it takes to censor me! What gives them the right?

Has anybody on the Choir’s “friends” list, considered running for office? I have considered running for the Mayor of Springfield. How selfish of me!

Jon Presco

King Trump Attacks Beauty Queen

Isn’t it amazing to see so many well known Christian leaders in the same room, praying with Donald Trump? This is a great sign that after Obama, there is still hope for America!

What do you think of this video of Trump praying? Please leave us a comment (below) and tell us what you think.


Conservative Republican Donald Trump is leading in all the polls by historic margins. Trump, who is a Presbyterian, recently held a meeting with 40 religious leaders at his Trump Towers office. Christian Pastor David Jeremiah along with television evangelist Jan Crouch, Pastor Darrell Scott, and Jews for Jesus Rabbi Kirt Schneider.

Read more: http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/trump-didnt-know-the-camera-was-on-what-he-did-next-is-amazing-video/#ixzz4LYtSGNd6

Donald Trump’s Prosperity Preachers

Back in December, after Natriana Shorter, who is African-American, won the crown for Miss Oregon, Albert commented on a KEZI news story that, “I know this is going to sound racist and it’s not my intention. But I can’t help but think it’s awfully strange that a woman of color would represent [the] state of Oregon. The state that has one of the smallest amount of minorities of any race compared to other states. And yes, she is very beautiful.”

Above is a photo of me at Festival of Eugene, taken by my childhood friend, Marilyn Reed, the President of Inspirational Sounds that sang at Albert’s event. I took the photo of piano player, Chris Stubbs, and Kathy Vrzak, the Director. She and her husband, Jerry, put on an outstanding African Culture event at the Hult. Marilyn is married to Jazz Artist, Kenny Reed of Stone Cold Jazz.  I have been video taping this choir for years. I have felt their soul since 1988. They should take over our celebration.

““Natriana Shorter, 25, is from Eugene, Oregon. She is currently a Business Management and Leadership student with hopes of having her own non-profit organization.”

I think Natriana should talk with Sarah Judd of Willamalane about a long-lasting Eugene Celebration. Yesterday, Willamalane held a Children’s Festival. In just a little while, they will be grownups – who still own a dream!

If the crown and the glass slipper, fit – wear it! On her FB, we see Natriana holding up her Miss Oregon crown to one of our beautiful waterfalls!

Eric Richardson’s daughter Mtima, got married two days ago. You will find a beautiful photograph of her in her wedding dress, that Marilyn altered. Eric is President of the NAACP. We talked about him speaking in our community room about the hurdles being encountered in a neighborhood that is becoming diverse. If this happens, I am going to invite Terrell and Sarah.


All’s well, that ends well!”


The Oregon Bill of Rights had an exclusion clause prohibiting African Americans from being in the state, owning property or making contracts.

While the exclusion clause was no longer being officially enforced, the language remained in Oregon’s constitution until 2002.

When we talk about the University of Oregon, this place right here [The Mims house] housed football players who couldn’t stay on campus,” Lyllye Parker, a past resident of the house and member of the Congress of Racial Equality, said. “Not because they couldn’t afford it — they were on scholarship — but because they were black.”


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Piggy and the Beast


“It was beauty who killed the beast!”

Like a rich boy who has enjoyed his toy – too long – he can not let Alicia go, because he paid for her. She is in his Blnig-Bling pile. Trump has fallen into the icy water. But, it is not his gold bars he won’t let go of as he sinks in the polls, it’s the control he enjoyed over beautiful woman. He loved to prove they would do anything for a taste of his money.

Trump stiffed Alicia when she did not lose weight. He punished Miss Universe. She was not a citizen of the USA. He used her like a slave! He lured her across the border, and, owned extra power over her. He had something on her. She was unequal. He worked her over. She was in his stable. She needed to lose weight for the big derby.

“He fat-shamed me!”

It is being alleged Hillary baited Trump, with the help of the Democratic Party. They tied Alicia to a stake in the jungle, like a plump goat. The Tiger Hunt, was a success! How the mighty have fallen! This is how Hillary will topple Putin – from the White House!

Jon Presco




For 20 years, Alicia Machado has lived with the agony of what Donald J. Trump did to her after she won the Miss Universe title: shame her, over and over, for gaining weight.

Private scolding was apparently insufficient. Mr. Trump, who was an executive producer of the pageant, insisted on accompanying Ms. Machado, then a teenager, to a gym, where dozens of reporters and cameramen watched as she exercised.

Mr. Trump, in his trademark suit and tie, posed for photographs beside her as she burned calories in front of members of the news media. “This is somebody who likes to eat,” Mr. Trump said from inside the gym.

On Monday night, Hillary Clinton turned Ms. Machado’s pain into a potent political weapon on the biggest stage.

She gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem,” he told Fox News.

On the debate stage, Mrs. Clinton seized on his conduct. At the end of Monday night’s 90-minute confrontation, she reminded viewers of Mr. Trump’s frequently crude remarks about women and their bodies.

One of the worst things he said was about a woman in a beauty contest. He loves beauty contests, supporting them and hanging around them,” Mrs. Clinton said as she slowly unfurled the story.

And he called this woman ‘Miss Piggy.’ Then he called her ‘Miss Housekeeping,’ because she was Latina.”

Mrs. Clinton paused.

Donald, she has a name: Her name is Alicia Machado.”

Mr. Trump, clearly furious, interrupted.

Ms. Machado recalled the taunts from Mr. Trump that Mrs. Clinton invoked on Monday night, as well as another sobriquet: “Miss Eating Machine.”

Now, Ms. Machado is an avid supporter of Mrs. Clinton. She appeared in an ad criticizing Mr. Trump. Since her setback in 1996, her career has blossomed. She is now a well-known actress in Latin America.

But the scar, she said, still remains.

Over the past 20 years,” Ms. Machado said, “I’ve gone to a lot of psychologists to combat this.”


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King Trump Attacks Beauty Queen

Miss Venezuela, Alicia Machado smiles after winning the 1996 ''Miss Universe'' crown May 17. Ninetee..

Miss Venezuela, Alicia Machado smiles after winning the 1996 ”Miss Universe” crown May 17. Nineteen-year-old Machado, a model and first-year law and second-year business administration student will reign as the 4th Miss Universe from Venezuela – RTXGSFT

“Stopping at a campaign office in Orlando, Fla., Mr. Kaine likened Mr. Trump to a reeling fighter, saying he was “leaning up against the ropes like a boxer who was about to go down for a TKO.”

“She was the winner and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem,” said Mr. Trump, who was the pageant’s executive producer at the time. “Not only that — her attitude. And we had a real problem with her.”

Here is the most prophetic political blog – OF ALL TIME!

Andy Kaufman Wins Pre-Debate


I am seeing into the future! No way can I finish my autobiography ‘Capturing Beauty’ that is coming true before my eyes. Why in God’s name does Trump believe attacking a former Miss Universe, will give him the upper hand, again? Has he seen the new polling, or, is there a voice going off in his head telling him what to do, now that he is on the ropes, is in danger of being pinned to the mat by – a frumpy overweight mother who knew her husband was having an affair?

Who wants yesterday’s papers. Bring Monica on! Get her in the ring with that infamous cum-stained dress that made Kenneth Starr a household name. Have Tony Clifton crash the debate, take out his wiener, and you know what!

“She was the winner and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem,” said Mr. Trump, who was the pageant’s executive producer at the time. “Not only that — her attitude. And we had a real problem with her.”

To get even with HER, King Trump is going to slime Hillary at their next debate – if that’s what you want to call it. I see a Soap Opera, and Andy Kaufman, the wrestling Star.

“And defying conventions of civility and political common sense, Mr. Trump leveled cutting personal criticism at a Miss Universe pageant winner, held up by Mrs. Clinton in Monday night’s debate as an example of her opponent’s disrespect for women.”

Trump has turned into a monster. How can any white woman in her right mind vote for King Woman Hater? The Godzilla Run – is on! It……..lives!

Jon Presco





“Back in December, after Natriana Shorter, who is African-American, won the crown for Miss Oregon, Albert commented on a KEZI news story that, “I know this is going to sound racist and it’s not my intention. But I can’t help but think it’s awfully strange that a woman of color would represent [the] state of Oregon. The state that has one of the smallest amount of minorities of any race compared to other states. And yes, she is very beautiful.”

Sounds WITCHY to me! The reporters at KEZI recognized this old Fairy Tale of evil jealousy!.

French belle ‎(beautiful)


I tried to stop Krysta Albert from taking over our Eugene Celebration because I knew she was a Republican, and, this celebration was a Liberal Event. We used to have Old Hippies, Old Lawn & Grass Gnomes around, who would nix these attempts to vanquish our Peace &Fun Movement. but, they seem to have been snoozing, or, they are all dead. Hey, wait a minute! I’m an old hippie! And I’m strange? Sure, I’m strange.

Donald J. Trump making a point during the presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday night.CreditDoug Mills/The New York Times

A defensive Donald J. Trump lashed out at the debate moderator, complained about his microphone and threatened to make Bill Clinton’s marital infidelity a campaign issue in a television appearance on Tuesday just hours after his first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.

And defying conventions of civility and political common sense, Mr. Trump leveled cutting personal criticism at a Miss Universe pageant winner, held up by Mrs. Clinton in Monday night’s debate as an example of her opponent’s disrespect for women.

Mr. Trump insisted in the Fox News appearance that he had been right to disparage the beauty queen, Alicia Machado, for her physique.

“She was the winner and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem,” said Mr. Trump, who was the pageant’s executive producer at the time. “Not only that — her attitude. And we had a real problem with her.”

Mrs. Clinton mentioned Ms. Machado by name, quoting insults that Ms. Machado has attributed to Mr. Trump and noting that the pageant winner had become a citizen to vote in the 2016 election. During the debate, he showed disbelief at the charge that he had ridiculed Ms. Machado, asking Mrs. Clinton repeatedly, “Where did you find this?”

But Mr. Trump abruptly shifted course a few hours later, with comments that threatened to escalate and extend an argument that appeared to be one of his weakest moments of the debate.

Mrs. Clinton assailed him late in the debate for deriding women as “pigs, slobs and dogs.” Mr. Trump had no ready answer for the charge of sexism, and offered a muddled reply that cited his past feud with the comedian Rosie O’Donnell.

His comments attacking Ms. Machado recalled his frequent practice, during the Republican primaries and much of the general election campaign, of bickering harshly with political bystanders, sometimes savaging them in charged language that ended up alienating voters. In the past, he has made extended personal attacks on the Muslim parents of an Army captain killed in Iraq and on a Hispanic federal judge.

Trump aides considered it a sign of progress in recent weeks that the Republican nominee was more focused on criticizing Mrs. Clinton, and less prone to veering off into such self-destructive public feuds.

Going after Ms. Machado may be especially tone deaf for Mr. Trump, at a moment in the race when he is seeking to reverse voters’ ingrained negative views of his personality. Sixty percent of Americans in an ABC News/Washington Post poll this month said they thought Mr. Trump was biased against women and minorities, and Mrs. Clinton has been airing a television commercial highlighting his history of caustic and graphic comments about women.

Mrs. Clinton pressed her advantage on Tuesday, telling reporters on her campaign plane that Mr. Trump had raised “offensive and off-putting” views that called into question his fitness for the presidency.

“The real point,” she said, “is about temperament and fitness and qualification to hold the most important, hardest job in the world.”

Both Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton will strike out on the campaign trail on Tuesday with the goal of framing the debate’s outcome to their advantage. While Mr. Trump is in Florida, Mrs. Clinton plans to campaign in North Carolina, a traditionally Republican state where polls show her and Mr. Trump virtually tied.

It will likely take a few days to measure any shift in the race after the candidates’ clash at Hofstra University on Long Island. Polls had shown the presidential race narrowing almost to a dead heat on the national level, with Mr. Trump drawing close to Mrs. Clinton in several swing states where she had long held an advantage.

But Mr. Trump appeared thrown on Tuesday by his uneven performance the night before, offering a series of different explanations for the results. On Fox, he cited “unfair questions” posed by the moderator, Lester Holt of NBC News, and insinuated that someone might have tampered with his microphone.

Moving forward in his contest with Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Trump said he might “hit her harder,” perhaps raising the issue of “her husband’s women.” Should Mr. Trump opt for that risky approach, he could begin to do so during a campaign swing in Florida on Tuesday.

And in another indication that Mr. Trump has little intention of shifting his tone, the Republican nominee repeated the attack on Mrs. Clinton that spurred their Monday exchange about gender in the first place: that she lacks the physical vigor to be president.

“I don’t believe she has the stamina to be the president,” he said on Fox. “You know, she’s home all the time.”

Mrs. Clinton was dismissive on Tuesday of Mr. Trump’s barbs, shrugging off a question about his threat to go after Mrs. Clinton and her husband personally and his dismay about the microphone. “Anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night,” she said.

Mrs. Clinton’s allies struck a similarly confident pose, roundly declaring victory in the debate after spending much of the last month on the defensive.

Mrs. Clinton’s running mate, Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, cheered her debate performance in a round of morning television interviews, and he sought to link her steadier approach during the evening with her qualifications for the presidency.

Stopping at a campaign office in Orlando, Fla., Mr. Kaine likened Mr. Trump to a reeling fighter, saying he was “leaning up against the ropes like a boxer who was about to go down for a TKO.”

“If you’re that rattled in a debate,” Mr. Kaine said, “try being president.”

Mr. Trump’s running mate, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, also toured the morning TV programs with an upbeat message. Appearing on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Mr. Pence proclaimed Monday to have been a “great night” in which Mr. Trump showcased the “kind of energy” and the “kind of leadership” that had animated his campaign.

“Donald Trump took command of the stage, and I think the American people saw his leadership qualities,” Mr. Pence said.

But as has become customary for the Republican ticket, Mr. Trump’s provocative remarks are likely to overshadow his running mate’s far more cautious and conventional arguments.

And Mr. Pence joined Mr. Trump in criticizing Mr. Holt for his handling of the debate, pointing to the absence of questions for Mrs. Clinton regarding her family’s foundation and the 2012 attack on an American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, when she was secretary of state.

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