Moralmatters Website Update: August 9, 2016
Some of you readers may experience what I experience when attempting to access moralmatters.org directly from your computer’s URL bar. This Moralmatters author is still working on the challenge. It could be that your (or my) browser is not in-tow with the current composite make-up of the Moralmatters website. or, “whatever……..”
A Swift Solution:
If you desire to more swiftly access Moralmatters, type in the following, in your URL bar:
moralmatters.org Sandy Hook
You will be immediately transported to a Google search page. There you will (presently) view the first link:
Sandy Hook Shooting Hoax – moralmatters.org
Click on that link and you will be immediately transported to the Moralmatters website. (Accessing an individual Moralmatters article or major Moralmatters topic, is a swift method to access the whole website).
This MM author is still attempting to figure out what the blockage and / or slow-down may be when attempting to access Moralmatters from his website browser. Perhaps, it is, that this Moralmatters website is nearing close to 2,000 individual postings, not counting all its topic pages, direct links and hyperlinks. (Aka, “crowding”).
When someone with a suitable browser types in the URL, moralmatters.org; it takes longer than usual to be transported to the Moralmatters “home” page. Much of the reason (I suspect) is, that there is massive informational content on Moralmatters. The other reason is (that) this author hasn’t figured out yet, how to limit the website to only load yea, so much. Rather he thinks it is loading the entire website content, which then takes extra needless, time.
Thank you for taking an interest in moralmatters.org ! Thank you for your frequent visitations and for sharing its contents with acquaintances, friends and family. It is a joy to this author that many people cherish reality and truth, even though some of that reality and truth (at times) is awkwardly shared by this most fallible author.
The coverage on the Internet for Moralmatters is encouragingly progressive. Taking 2 different set of stats at face value, is encouraging news. Having stated that, I will note though, that stats can be “muzzled.” That muzzling has been my experience as “the powers that be” do what they do to restrict readers to the special content which Moralmatters offers. Few websites tackle the issues which Moralmatters presents; and with no irritating commercial content.
One more thing: Please pray for this Moralmatters author and those several, who take a special interest in its content and who help its author present the important content to a world-wide audience. Also, pray to Creator, Lord God, that He would send whom he may to discover moralmatters.org and be benefited by its content.
“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”
“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”
[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel]
Nathan M. Bickel
Source of featured pic: “Truth Wins Out:”
Found on the web – http://i1.wp.com/moralmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/TruthWinsOut.jpg?fit=1021%2C601