About Thomas Ertl

Tom Ertl is a home builder in North Florida. For over three decades, Tom has worked with various Christian organizations, including Freedom Council in the ‘80s. He is a former member of The Council for National Policy and has served in numerous Christian ministry and political organizations. He is a member of a local Presbyterian Church (PCA). He also publishes Christian historical and theological works and is a columnist for NewsWithViews.Email:

The Ukraine Crisis: Facts Versus Lies

Is it possible today to get “just the facts” about anything in the Western world? No, because the corporate media is complicit in all the crimes of their global masters of the universe and have become the propaganda arm of disinformation advancing their worldwide globalist agenda.

By |2022-02-02T00:34:06-05:00February 2nd, 2022|

Swing State Legislators: “Is There Not a Cause?”

To the Republican legislators in these five States, what is it you would like your grandchildren to say about you decades from now? Surely the answer should be, “My grandfather was in the State house in the middle of the 2020 election crisis. He never shrunk back like others but took a valiant stand with many of his fellow Republicans and overturned our State’s massive voter fraud.”

By |2020-12-03T14:08:51-05:00December 2nd, 2020|

The Fix Is In: Hillary To Replace Biden

The Republicans need to realize a united Democratic Party behind a Hillary Clinton candidacy will be a formidable one. It would be one that could beat Trump because the unusual circumstances of her candidacy will not matter to an invigorated Democratic Party, who will do anything, whether legal or illegal, to beat him.

By |2020-03-16T01:34:36-04:00March 16th, 2020|

Seven Reasons Why Trump Could Lose In 2020

Trump’s great service in the first two and a half years has been the turning on of the U.S. economic engine. Trump’s economic successes are possibly his greatest strength. His America First economic policies to bring back long-forgotten industries, the increase of wages and the stock market boom will go a long way in efforts to attract more Midwestern voters that have traditionally been pro-labor Democrats.

By |2019-06-26T01:37:01-04:00June 22nd, 2019|
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