Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Texas FLDS’ Category

Republic researcher Joanne Dawson contributed to this story to the Arizona Republic.

It’s hard to see your way in polygamist country, always has been. The nights are dark, and street lamps rare or absent altogether. The people prefer to be guided by God’s light, leaning on the moon and stars to show the way.

The first time the children were taken, in the summer of 1953, police crept into town beneath an eclipsed moon. A trail of sedans bounced over the muddy road from Fredonia to Short Creek, Ariz., with headlights dimmed. Their mission hinged on surprising the polygamists before they could flee. Overhead, a full moon glowed with a ruddy red light then faded slowly into the Earth’s shadow.

The airwaves hummed in the dark. Ham-radio operators were carrying messages from Gov. Howard Pyle to the police and relaying news from Short Creek’s sheriff to the Arizona attorney general. Pyle had vowed to shatter the serenity of Short Creek, where nary a girl had reached age 15 “without having been forced into a shameful mockery of marriage,” he said.

To Continue Story, Click the Link.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Donald Richter at TruthWillPrevail.com has some interesting information about Natalie Malonis and her mental state.  It presents a side of the story that has not yet been told.  After reading it, it leaves one wondering why on earth she is allowed to practice law – especially on behalf of a minor.

Read Full Post »

As anyone who reads the newspapers or watches TV knows, Flora Jessop claims to “help” people “escape” from polygamy.  Here is an account of one such instance of her “help.”  It is a little different than the version she gave to the media…

Read Full Post »

The media loves the sensational but, should they be held accountable to participate in cleaning up messes that they help perpetuate?  Here is what Don Surber has to say.

Read Full Post »

Interesting Blog

We have stumbled across an interesting blog written by a woman who describes herself as “female, in my early thirties, married, a homeschooling mother of two, and a Latter-day Saint.”  Her latest post is a bit long but is well worth reading.  In it she describes how her heart is divided because her church is taking a stance toward the FLDS that violates her conscience.

Read Full Post »

There may be some issues inside the FLDS, and yes, apparently a very small portion have some real allegations, but haven’t they proven themselves time and time again that they are just a group of people trying to hold to some religious beleifs.   I wonder if Senator Reid really will find anything, or if he is just continuing to use others with a vengance to reak more havic.  Check out the new info on the Senate Hearing.

Read Full Post »

Ever wondered if there was…..this report states it pretty clearly.   What do you think?

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »