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Author Archives: Rev. Austin Miles

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.

Nit Pick Mitt Seeks To Bump Trump

by Rev. Austin Miles DETROIT, Michigan 3/3/16—The Republican presidential debate, the ultimate reality show that was aired over Fox tonight, was crashed earlier today by someone not even in the race, but determined to get his toes in the muddy waters ...

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Lady Gaga’s Riveting Oscar Song POWERFUL!

Above: Lady Gaga at Oscars by Rev. Austin Miles The 88th Annual Oscar’s self congratulatory grandiloquence ceremony carried on as usual with the actors using it as a platform to push political issues including global warming, LGBT issues and especially ...

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Bastard Muslim’s Cruelty to Dogs!

By Rev. Austin Miles READER ADVISORY: This column contains disturbing information regarding disturbed people who kill and torture for pleasure. This story is told as it is totally independent of Political Correctness. Political correctness is a term coined by Adolf ...

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Voting Cruz Legitimizes Obama

by Rev. Austin Miles Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz would be a far better president than Obama, indeed, ANYONE would be an improvement. However, Cruz has an eligibility problem. In order to run for or become president, one must be a ...

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Scalia Murdered? Some Think So

By Rev. Austin Miles Whenever someone questions something that doesn’t seem right on the national scene, and democrats immediately call those who question, “Conspiracy Nuts,” it is fairly certain that the question begs further examination. And it is indeed proper ...

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Animal’s Heaven on Earth

Written by Rev. Austin Miles KANAB, Utah 1/5/16. As children, we learned that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow even though that awaiting wealth could not be confirmed by child or adult. It was ...

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