Rev. Austin Miles, a chaplain in Northern California is a writer and historian. He is the author of Santa's Surprising Origins, a story that received worldwide circulation and resulted in him being cast in the 2004 Hallmark Christmas Movie titled, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus. He played the mall Santa who magically received the gift of sign language.

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

SocietyGuest Column On Mel Gibson Debacle

Our guest columnist, Jen Shroder is a skilled writer of total integrity who tackles the issues affecting America today minus the whitewash, which sets her apart.. She has not shirked from printing the truth even though her courage has prompted death threats and attempts to sabotage her website. This woman of courage continues to stand firm, breaking news that the news media is either afraid to touch, or WILL not touch due to their own agenda. Her columns are published on major news sites throughout the world as well as her website, Ms. Shroder is also a woman of God who, like this writer, wants to see this country return to her original intent and roots.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

MilesTonesNews Bites of The Week-The Dotted Lines

A small earthquake rattled Washington D.C. yesterday. It’s about time! Interesting that this hit the Capitol City after D.C. Government Cops recently ordered a school teacher and her students to refrain from praying on the steps of the Supreme Court…

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

SocietyBREAKING!  Obama’s Bogus Nativity Headlined by Supermarket Tabloid!. Plus Video

Tabloid Magazine Breaks The Obama Citizenship Scandal July 4, 2010
WorthReading was the first to grab on-to this front page story for The Globe Supermarket Tabloid Paper, showing the world that Obama’s “Presidency” is illegal! The banner headline story broke on The 4th of July. This website cannot publish a photo-copy of the first page. You can see it by going to, click on the Blogs box at top of page and then follow down to headlines and click on. It is in the supermarkets now, so do pick up a copy.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

SocietyYou’ll Never Guess Who The Guest Star Is In This Rediscovered Comedy

Mack & Myer For Hire was a comedy series that aired on ABC TV in the 1960’s. Like the old 10 minute two-reel comedies the show starred Joey Faye and Mickey Deems, who played two bungling New Yorkers who opened their own “Odd Jobs Business” and would go wherever they were called to fill in for missing workers. The jobs were varied but the results always the same….disastrous! In this episode, they are hired by Maddox the Magician to be his assistants (after he accidently sawed his assistant in half) for his grand opening performance in New York. See if you can guess who played the part of the magician. The answer will be at the end of the blog. Here is the llink:

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

GeneralCommunist Conventioneers Chant: “Yes We Can!”

Last month, the Communist Party USA held its convention in New York where the program to take over America continued to be laid out. A program that would destroy America and American ideals and place us all under Marxist Communist control. Each point was met with boistrous chants of, “Yes We Can!” A chant which came directly from the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and put into the hands and mouth of The One whom they would anoint and PLACE into the Oval Office. Yes, PLACED. Comrade Obama was NOT voted in as puzzled citizens ponder and as the lame stream media want us to believe.. This was a carefully planned overthrow of the United States Government. That is exactly what happened.

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