24 Apr 2023

Why Are We Ruled by People with So Many Defective Brains?

It is really becoming a major wonderment as to why so many political leaders are profoundly feeble-minded. If someone is going to be a leader, they need to have the mental capability to fit their demanding job.

During the last decade, the American people have increasingly put into office people who are more and more incompetent. Some of them could not operate a hot dog stand, and yet they are given roles that control the fate of our nation.

The new norm is that it’s natural for the US president to speak in gibberish. The liberal media knows that there is something wrong with President Joe Biden, but they ignore it because they only care about power. Since Biden does not write the words on his prompter, we may have freshmen interns setting policy for the executive branch.

Putin must reflect at least once a week on the reality that America’s nuclear arsenal is controlled by someone who is senile. It would be my hope that a guy who probably spends 10 minutes each day deciding what flavor of jelly to put on his toast would have some level of oversight.

If Biden is taken out, I had hoped that some other group would also have the launch codes. In the United States, a single person is authorized to make the decision to use a nuclear weapon—the president. Biden is not required to consult with any advisors before issuing a launch order. No one in the Defense Department, Congress, or the judicial branch can lawfully prevent the use of nuclear weapons once the president’s order is given.

Of course, in the event of a true emergency, someone would be moving the vice president to one of those aforementioned command facilities, though not the same one as the president. That is so, in the event the president was taken out, the VP could be quickly entered in as acting-President and go through the process of selecting a new presidential code.

We don’t have hours to put the VP into power. In a 500-missile emergency of a Russian submarine attack, we may only have 10 minutes to act. The nightmare scenario in my mind is Biden’s staff screaming at him to issue the launch codes, and he just stares into space and says, “I could really go for two scoops of vanilla ice cream right now.”

California Senator Dianne Feinstein has been in the news because she has gummed up the Senate Judiciary Committee by not being in Washington DC. She is 89 years old and has health issues. She has rebuffed calls for her to not just temporarily remove herself from her Committee role but step down from her job entirely before her term is up in 2024.

I would hope that she would step aside for the sake of the nation. The truth is that there are several people who need to retire because they are simply too old for the job. Some of the people required to force Feinstein out of office are near to her same age.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi appeared to imply that she thinks calls for Feinstein to resign over her vote absences on health grounds are sexist. Since Pelosi suffers from similar drawbacks to her health, sexism is going to be used rather frequently.

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnel is a legislator I wish would resign. He has messed up enough races in his own party to give control of the Senate to the Democrats. Voters keep sending him back because they want government money that he can bring to the state. What may be good for Kentucky has been a disaster for the nation.

The election of Penn. Senator John Fetterman set a new low in a person’s willingness to elect mentally challenged people. He cannot function as a normal person. It may sound harsh to say, but he is nothing but a puppet that says words that are printed out for him.

If they had pulled Howdy Doody out of mothballs in the Detroit Institute of Arts and ran him in Fetterman’s place, it may have been an improvement. Soon after coming to the office, Fetterman had to seek mental health treatment to combat depression caused by his stroke.

Hillary Clinton currently does not hold any public office. In 2016 we nearly had her as president. The only factor that saved us was that she was such a nasty person that the American people decided to go with Donald Trump.

The reason why we have so many mentally challenged people in office is that we are getting the type of people we deserve. As our nation loses its morality, we are led by people who reflect our weakness.

“When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn” (Proverbs 29:2).

— Todd

Les Feldick—A Most Faithful Servant

Les Feldick, TV host and in-depth Bible teacher almost without peer, is now in the arms of the Lord he served devotedly for many decades.

Les, I easily acknowledge, invested heavily in my own desire to serve in our Lord’s great cause. For many years, his program, Thru the Bible with Les Feldick, was and continues to be on my TV screen while I begin my mornings, usually around 4 am. His program was—and still is—on four times on various channels, and I sometimes will listen twice to hear the points he made in those hundreds of programs over the years.

Like Paul, the great apostle, wrote, our minds can’t truly know all the things the Lord has prepared for us when our course on earth is finished. Certainly, those heavenly marvels must be spectacular beyond all human imagination for this man of God.

Thankfully, Les will, through his TV programs, continue to teach us until the Lord calls in the way the Lord has called Les, or until the Rapture—that blessed event Les Feldick so enthusiastically taught at every opportunity.

Below is the obituary his family presents to honor beloved father, grandfather, brother, and uncle.

We will soon see him again, alive and well for eternity. The great reunion with Les is just a heartbeat—or twinkling of an eye moment—away.


Dear friends,

On Wednesday, April 5th, at approximately 8:30 p.m., surrounded by his loving wife Iris and family, Les Feldick passed from this world into eternal Glory. Les was a true workman that needed not be ashamed because he devoted his life to serving the Lord Jesus through teaching God’s Word rightly divided as stated in II Timothy 2:15. He was able to remain at the place he loved most on Earth, his cattle ranch in Lona Valley, until the very end. Although Les has left us bodily, his legacy will live on through the ministry he and Iris began in 1990. “Through the Bible” has and will continue to bless many with a deeper understanding of Biblical truths.

Prayers for the family are greatly appreciated, but we would ask that you not send flowers, gifts, etc. Many of you have asked about the future, and we want to ease your minds—”Through the Bible” will continue! Les expressed to us many times his wishes for us to carry on with the ministry, and that is what we intend to do as long as the Lord allows. Les always stressed that it took the efforts of many people to bring this teaching to the masses, and there are many who are working to ensure it continues for years to come.

Eugene Les Eugene Feldick was born June 6, 1927, to Ted and Lu Feldick at home on the farm near Buffalo Center, Iowa. He passed peacefully into Glory on April 5, 2023, at the age of 95. Les was raised on a family farm. He graduated from Buffalo Center High School as class president in 1944.

As a young man, Les enjoyed farming, sports, history, and listening to good gospel preaching on the radio while he milked the cows.

Les enrolled at the University of Montana in Missoula. Out of love and commitment to his family and the land, he returned to the family farm before graduating.

Les joined the Army in 1950 and served at the Army/Navy Hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas, attaining the rank of Sergeant.

Les met Iris Gray on Valentine’s Day in 1953. They were married on June 21, 1953. Les and his new bride moved from Hot Springs, AR, back to the family farm near Buffalo Center, Iowa. They raised three children in the love and admonition of Jesus Christ.

Early in his farming career, Les began teaching from the Bible to a small home Bible study group under the leading and encouragement of a close friend and missionary.

Other weekly home Bible studies were soon requested of Les, who was blessed greatly by God with the gift of Bible teaching. God’s Word did not return void. Many hearts, minds, and souls were transformed to the glory of God through those small, home Bible study groups.

Les moved his family to an Oklahoma cattle ranch near Kinta, OK, in 1975, not far from where Iris was born and raised. Iris continued as a registered nurse, and Les developed a cow/calf operation.

Not long after moving to Oklahoma, Les was asked to lead a morning Bible study with the Stigler police force. Upon invitation, other weekly Bible studies began in Tahlequah, Wilburton, Muskogee, and McAlester, Oklahoma. A request to televise a Bible study led by Les in Tulsa, OK, was made in 1990. This locally televised and “temporary” program began what would become a ministry of worldwide impact. The sound biblical teachings of a Holy Spirit-led, self-taught farmer/rancher continue to inspire and instruct millions worldwide.

Les is survived by his sweetheart of 70 years, Iris. Greg (wife-Janette,) their first-born,) and Todd (wife-Kim,) their third child, remember their dad with love, admiration, respect, and gratitude. His sister, Jan, 3 nephews, 3 nieces, 9 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren also remain. Laura, their daughter, preceded her father in death in 2017. Les’ brother, Harley, also preceded him in death.


Les no doubt has now heard our Lord say to him: “Well done, good, faithful servant.”