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April 08, 2024

A Widow’s Anguish

Sadly, this will be an Easter forever burned into the heart of Stephanie Diller. She buried her police officer husband, Jonathan Diller, who was shot by a repeat criminal who should not have been on the streets.

In a deeply moving eulogy, Stephanie fell back on the values of faith, family and freedom. She shared with the mourners what a wonderful man her hero husband was. She described how proud he was when she gave birth to their son, Ryan, who was born one year ago.

Stephanie then turned to her Christian faith. She said one of the things she most yearned to see again, but wouldn't see until she was in heaven with her husband, was the look on Jonathan's face the day they were joined in marriage.

This grieving widow had something else to say, too, about how we are losing our freedom because we are no longer safe.

She singled out far-left progressives at all levels of government who let criminals out of jail without bail while at the same time undermining police.

"How many more police officers and how many families need to make the ultimate sacrifice before we start protecting them?" she asked. Thousands of police officers who stood outside the church were asking the same question.

It's striking that yet again we see American Christians rising to the occasion. Jonathan Diller rose to the occasion every day he went out onto the streets, as do thousands of American police officers.

But in her grief, Stephanie Diller showed righteous anger. She took the time to go back and read the eulogies other police wives had written for their fallen husbands. Many of them also asked when our government would wake up and protect the people who keep us safe.

This righteous anger is rising all over America. We see it Laken Riley's parents, who blame the failure to secure our borders as the direct cause of their daughter's murder at the hands of a criminal migrant. We see it in the father who cried out, "Abbey Gate," from the House gallery during Biden's State of the Union address. His son died in the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan ordered by President Biden.

It was also shown when the men at St. Patrick's Cathedral, though not enough of them, jumped up and removed the pro-genocidal demonstrators who interrupted the midnight Easter mass. This was just the latest incident of violence and disruption in America's churches.

If we are going to save America from the secular, neo-Marxist Left, more men and women of faith must stand and fight for our values. Meanwhile, please join the JDFI team in praying for all the first responders who put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe.

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May 22, 2024

The ? Scouts

Raise your hand if you were a member of Boy Scouts of America when you were growing up. I was, and I learned about duty to God and country, and the value of good character. Sadly, the organization has been "transitioning" itself for years and the results are not likely to inspire another generation of boys.

May 20, 2024

A Great Honor For A Great Man

On May 16th, a seven-foot statue of Reverend Billy Graham was unveiled in the U.S. Capitol. The base of the statue is engraved with the verse John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life."

May 17, 2024

Will The United Nations Be Your Doctor?

Opposition is building to a proposed World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic treaty. JDFI has been sounding the alarm for months, but the Biden administration has continued its negotiations with WHO. Under the proposed changes, WHO, a United Nations entity, would have sweeping new powers over public health authorities and elected officials in the U.S. and around the world. In addition, all signs point to the treaty not being sent to the Senate for ratification, but being agreed to, unilaterally, by the White House.