We are Conservatives in the undying tradition of America’s Founding Fathers, deeply concerned about the sorry state of our country and the ruinous path our government, political, and cultural elites have taken. That is why we have formed this fellowship, this blog.

Despite our very different backgrounds, we share a deep love for God and country. We work on this blog for no pay because Fellowship of the Minds (FOTM) chooses to have no ads and therefore no income. We do this as a public service and a labor of love.

We closely follow political, cultural, and economic news and commentaries on a daily basis. We will sift through the daily news and post the important ones you need to know, together with our unapologetic nonPC editorial comments. We will also alert you to political action: Calling your representatives in Washington, D.C.; rallies, marches, and demonstrations.

We believe that bloggers can and are making a difference. The current TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party movement is unlike America’s past populist movements in at least one important attribute: The new technology of the Internet has made us extremely well-informed about politics and what politicians are doing. No longer must we depend on the intermediaries of professional media or the supposed “expert” opinions of professional pundits. In fact, a former CIA officer calls bloggers the Paul Reveres of the 21st century who will save America.

A downside to keeping up with political news and developments in our time is that sometimes we do feel overwhelmed and discouraged. That is why we intersperse political posts with more light-hearted fare of videos, jokes, animal and science news, and occasionally just plain weird woowoo out-there but fascinating stuff. We also have several non-political Pages, including:

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This is a privately-owned non-commercial blog on which no one has the “right” to have their comments published. If you cry that your “freedom of speech” is being violated because we choose to not publish your comment, you are simply exposing your abysmal ignorance because the First Amendment’s promise of freedom of speech is to protect citizens from having their rights abridged or suppressed by the government.

Before you leave this page, we suggest that you take the American Civics Literacy Quiz. After you’ve taken the quiz, compare your score to our elected officials by going to How Elected Officials Scored on American Civics Literacy.”

So, welcome to our blog! We hope all like-minded conservatives will join our Fellowship. Together, we’ll fight the good fight to take back our beloved America.

~Dr. Eowyn
Owner & Founder, FOTM

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171 responses to “About

  1. Unfortunately there are people who post on you blog who do not respect others views which goes against you rules. You warn against trolls yet there are several who troll your blog who are bigots, quite aggresive and verbally attack all whom they don’t agree with. This certainly doesn’t encourage constructive and/civil debates. I find this to be quite a deterent and, although I found your articles quite interesting, I will be unsubscribing and will not visit your page again.

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    • Constructive/civil debates? Tell that to the Muzzies who kill Americans every day in the name of Allah.

      And to the tolerant left that have threatened to kill us on this blog. Adios…


    • “I will be unsubscribing and will not visit your page again.”

      THANKS! :D


    • I have to wonder why you felt the need to leave a site like this just because of a few mindless trolls out to entertain themselves. What do they have to do with you continuing to be informed about issues shown here? FYI, this is my first visit here, but it won’t be my last. We need more and more blogs such as this as we are in deep trouble in America, not to mention the world, and people need to keep informed of the dangers. Anyone can run if they choose, but they really can’t hide.

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  2. I’m not going to threaten you. But I will give a map to your home with the names of your children to 99 of those most likely to be released pedophiles nearest to your home. Report my IP address to your local police all you like.( It’s in London. Let’s see how far you get with that.


  3. Presumptuous aren’t you? And a foul mouth too. Bet your mom is proud of your debating skills…


  4. Oh, we have guns buddy. As former SAS, you will not have a chance to even reach for it mate. My mates in the US are getting my data so I can make good on the maps.


    • And “former” with a war on? Broken or booted out?


    • Bet the SAS is proud that a former member is threatening strangers. You aren’t fit to represent any special service nor your country. Disgraceful.


    • Yes, this is an old post, but I have to say, Nick, that you are just mouthing off, and that there is no map and certainly no friends. You really need to grow up and shed your pathetic immaturity, not to mention your anger management problem. Maybe if you just took your meds…just a thought. Seek help.


  5. Acid?


  6. Anon identified the acid :)


  7. Looking forward to following your blog… happy new year and may God bless and protect each of you and yours in His Will!


  8. I love for God And America


  9. k2globalcommunicationsllc

    Dr E, could you send me the link to your post about wordpress censorship? It is getting really tiresome. Thanks.


  10. I don’t know where else to leave this and i’m not sure it’s true….but

    Hobby Lobby Founder-May Close ALL Stores David Sloan “The wisdom that comes from above is, first, pure, then peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruits, without uncertainty or insincerity.” – James 3:17

    By David Green, the founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.

    ” When my family and I started our company 40 years ago, we were working out of a garage on a $600 bank loan, assembling miniature picture frames.. Our first retail store wasn’t much bigger than most people’s living rooms, but we had faith that we would succeed if we lived and worked according to God’s word.

    From there, Hobby Lobby has become one of the nation’s largest arts and crafts retailers, with more than 500 locations in 41 states. Our children grew up into fine business leaders, and today we run Hobby Lobby together, as a family.

    We’re Christians, and we run our business on Christian principles. I’ve always said that the first two goals of our business are (1) to run our business in harmony with God’s laws, and (2) to focus on people more than money. And that’s what we’ve tried to do. We close early so our employees can see their families at night. We keep our stores closed on Sundays, one of theweek’s biggest shopping days, so that our workers and their families can enjoy a day of rest.

    We believe that it is by God’s grace that Hobby Lobby has endured, and he has blessed us and our employees. We’ve not only added jobs in a weak economy, we’ve raised wages for the past four years in a row. Our full-time employees start at 80% above minimum wage.

    But now, our government threatens to change all of that.

    A new government healthcare mandate says that our family business MUST provide what I believe are abortion-causing drugs as part of our health insurance. Being Christians, we don’tpay for drugs that might cause abortions, which means that we don’t cover emergencycontraception, the morning-after pill or the week-after pill. We believe doing so might end a life after the moment of conception, something that is contrary to our most important beliefs.

    It goes against the Biblical principles on which we have run this company since day one.

    If we refuse to comply, we could face $1.3 million PER DAY in government fines. Our government threatens to fine job creators in a bad economy.

    Our government threatens to fine a company that’s raised wages four years running. Our government threatens to fine a family for running its business according to its beliefs.It’s not right. I know people will say we ought to follow the rules; that it’s the same for everybody. But that’s not true.

    The government has exempted thousands of companies from this mandate, for reasons of convenience or cost. But it won’t exempt them for reasons of religious belief.

    So, Hobby Lobby and my family are forced to make a choice. With great reluctance, we filed a lawsuit today, represented by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, asking a federal court to stop this mandate before it hurts our business. We don’t like to go running into court,

    but we no longer have a choice. We believe people are more important than the bottom line and that honoring God is more important than turning a profit.

    My family has lived the American dream. We want to continue growing our company and providing great jobs for thousands of employees, but the government is going to make that much more difficult.

    The government is forcing us to choose between following our faith and following the law. I say that’s a choice no American and no American business should have to make.

    The government cannot force you to follow laws that go against your fundamental religious belief. They have exempted thousands of companies but will not except Christian organizations including the Catholic church.

    Since you will not see this in the liberal media, please pass this on to all your contacts.” Sincerely,


  11. Dr. Eowyn, I just buzzed onto your site and I applaud what is affirmed here. I’ve read enough of your Blog to know you are a true patriot, sir. I hope you don’t mind…I added your site to my Blog as your faith in God and country mirrors my own. God bless you for your efforts, and may God continue to Bless The United States Of America…


  12. I want to apologize to you. You may not accept it, but I have to apologize; I had no right judging your site. I’m sorry. I am a good person, and even if I disagree with someone, it gives me not right to say awful things to them. I don’t want to post here, because I don’t belong here, so you don’t have to worry about me. I do wish you and yours well.


  13. May Jesus The Lord bless your staff and project. I live north of the border. Canada needs to wake up!


  14. Just found your site. Am military retired & member of the local Legion. Read a few of the comments and the intro to the FOTM. Right up my alley. Will pass along site address for others with similar interest. Thanks for all your efforts in helping/saving America and its principles.


  15. Eowyn… I haven’t been by in AGES! My old PC died, had a new one built and had to learn Windows7 (grrr…) and still finding websites and blogs I’d forgotten I enjoyed. The old hard drives took awhile to get access too and the largest, with the BULK of our family photos/videos, my art, etc can’t be accessed at all (will require much money and HOPE of retrieving it’s contents!). So it’s been hectic all in all. I saw someone your blog post to Facebook and I remembered how I loved your blog! I wanted to suggest you tie this blog INTO Facebook if possible. I’m on there every day (yes, I’ve become attached like many others) and I’d see your blog/page much more often that way. It’s just an idea, don’t even know for sure you could do that. Sadly there’s MUCH more horrible stuff to talk about in our nation now, unbelievably horrible stuff! Anyway, I’m going to try and stop by occasionally. GOOD stuff on this blog! :o)

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    • Good to see you back on FOTM, Joanne! We’ve missed you too.

      FOTM is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fellowship-Of-The-Minds/199606000051012

      or you can:

      1. Go to FOTM: http://fellowshipoftheminds.com
      2. Scroll down until you see ON THE RIGHT SIDE of the page our Facebook pic.


    • Hi Joanne, Might I suggest getting an online backup program for when/not if your puter goes kablooey.
      Right now I use”MOZY”, but am switching to https://www.idrive.com/
      You set it and forget it. I’ve had mozy for a few years and twice when puters blew up, I just went to MOZY and downloaded all my pics back down onto my new puter.
      Only reason I’m switching is IDrive has a better pricing plan.
      Heck they give you 5GB for free if you don’t have that much.
      There are other programs like “carbonite” as well.
      Trust me it is well worth the money to retrieve your pics and docs.


      • Gosh Steve.. thought I’d make you wait MONTHS for my reply! ARG… Seriously, sorry for not replying before now. Just happened by and there it way. Thanks for the advice. I know I need to backup WAY better than on one external hard drive (still haven’t tried to retrieve those file yet.. scared I guess). I’ll look into what you suggested. Thanks again!


  16. One more thought… It would be great to have an ‘Edit’ function here. I saw a mess up in my 1st comment and I HATE having those. ;o)


  17. I have found your site- have passed through your site several times reading through linking stories- but now I have stumbled across you again- got caught up in your links- really informative- enjoy the blogs- think I’ll stick around a little more. Thanks!


  18. Hi,
    I found your blog by accident (or Divine Providence? ) started reading and am totally hooked. Im from Ireland where we are unfortunately dealing with much the same problems as America -loss of faith, immigration issues, politicians from hell(seemingly) and a strong push from media, church leaders, teachers etc to steer the population as far” left” as they can go. It is so refreshing and inspirational to read posts from people, regardless of content, who start from knowing that Our Lord and his laws are what are important and the more we stray from them the closer we move to hell. God bless all here and please keep up the good work. Know the “small seeds” you throw out are taking root . Deirdre

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  19. Dr. Eowyn;
    I am a recent ‘convert’ to you excellent blogsite. Having said that; I just want you all to know that I feel it an honor and privilege to be able to voice my “somewhere to the Right of Attila the Hun” political, economical, and social views. The thing that makes this even more outrageous for me is that there are actually others on here that “like” my comments; especially you, Dr. Eowyn. Receiving that positive affirmation from a man of letters is quite meaningful to this aging Hebrew!

    I am a 72 year-old Messianic Jew. Of course that makes me a pariah to both the secular Jews and the Orthodox Jews; leaving only a few of the Observant Jews with which to fellowship! Now, the major difference between Christian Jews and “all the other” Jews is that we are basically nice! Seriously, if I were to walk into a Bible Church (as I am often wont to do) and it was full up to the rafters with people; because I am also disabled, someone would offer me their seat…If I were to walk into the local Synagogue under the same conditions; well, forget ever sitting down!

    I can truly appreciate the awesome task that ‘you all’ have (I am now a “Texas Jew” living in the Dallas area). Once again becoming serious; I like the balance of articles that you post; and how you have interspersed various ‘really serious’ articles, with some lighter humorous ones.
    One thing I have to ask however; how in the world do you ever get inside a story such as ‘Sandy Hook’? I mean, whenever I attempt to discuss your written point of view with one of my friends, they scream ‘conspiracy freak’. Don’t get me wrong, your view on this stranger than fiction story seems quite tenable to me. Even my converted from hippie ultra liberal to neocon Sister won’t take me seriously on this one. I don’t let it sway me however, since I’ve come to expect ANYTHING from this nefarious, criminal, and illegal administration.

    Well, sorry for the epic email; not even certain you will see it since there are so many others; but just writing this down has settled my ‘sore-vexed’ soul!
    P.S. I didn’t ‘spell check’ this comment since I’m in a hurry to read up on some of the stories I may have missed today…You’ll please forgive me this academic slight?

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    • elihew,

      If you look at the earliest posts we published after the alleged Sandy Hook massacre first happened, you’ll see that we believed what we were told. It was only when anomalies started happening, when things just didn’t add up, that I and others began asking questions. As for your friends who still believe the official story about this gigantic fraud, please ask them if they believe Nixon’s Watergate or the Mafia is true. Both, of course, are just 2 of many many real conspiracies. Point them to the Kennedy Administration’s Operation Northwoods. Then ask them if they still think only kooks and nuts believe in “conspiracies” because if so, they themselves are nuts.

      A belated official and enthusiastic “Welcome” to FOTM!


      • elihew, I’d like to say welcome also. I’m a blogger around here with the good Dr. so your comment came to my email. That’s how it works. I see all comments also. Anyway you said something about
        “Not certain she would see it” LOL I was going to assure you the good Dr. see’s all. But as you and I can see she’s already been here.
        All our work on Sandy Hook is here.
        If you start from bottom you will see like DR says we were in shock for a while till things did not add up.
        Read bottom up.



  20. Dr. Eowyn;
    I feel that I should probably offer an apology for I feel that I may have been ‘kindling’ to the dry wood in ‘getting something started’ on your excellent website yesterday by bringing up my ethnicity, and my strong beliefs in the ‘real’ Zionism! I didn’t intend for a couple of ‘mild attacks’ on me and especially on Kelleigh for our compatible views; but whenever you have this many commenters, it’s bound to turn up a couple that believe they know all about the subject at hand.

    I’m not sure, but maybe I kicked it off by sending the link to the Dallas episode which occurred yesterday. I’m used to the criticism and obscenities; so much so that I’ve stopped wearing my kippa in public.

    Once again I’m sorry if I somehow fanned the flames that were down there burning in a couple of commenters who seemed to have an issue with Kelleigh’s excellent article, and maybe my too strong defense of it. This was never intended, and as I’ve stated a couple of weeks ago; I was real glad to have come across this new (to me) blog. I am thoroughly enjoying the articles, and most of those regulars commenting. It didn’t take me long yesterday to ferret out a couple who were kind of, shall we say, looking for a healthy debate!

    I visit only one other site and that is American Thinker; but lately have even cut way back to reading them only a couple of days per week. I have a couple of contributors there I like, and that’s about it.

    Thanks, and I’m actually very grateful that you keep a tight reign on this site; I’ve seen how out of control they can become when not monitored. But overall, I’ve received very nice comments from most.
    Shalom Dr.

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    • Dr. Eowyn,
      I have come to a place where there is no debate, because the teachings of the prophets have come from the throne of the most high. The call was sounded by the shofar for Ephraim to come home. It took years to come to the place that I came out of … the whore & petrus Romanus the false prophet, unto wearing the thread of blue. The Talmud has good writings, but let all be scriptural or let it be a lie ! To know what is truth and not to do it, is either not to really know, or to be in sin. I keep Torah. the holy covenant the heart of the most high, and I have the testimony of Yeshua.

      I would direct you to one you just might recognize if you listen to him long enough to get it into your spiritman. He is on youtube. His name is Dr Bill Deagle.

      Shalom brother Judah..

      . .


      • “I would direct you to one you just might recognize if you listen to him long enough to get it into your spiritman. He is on youtube. His name is Dr Bill Deagle.”

        I listen and follow Jesus the Christ.


  21. Marjorie Miranda-Diaz

    Thank you for having this blog, which I just discovered while reading a bio on St. Joan de Lestonnac, which was under your wing. The name “Fellowsip of the Minds” caught my attention, and came to check the “home page.” As a Catholic, I live according to faith, and agree with the premise that truth has become a rare commodity in a society where the culture has distorted itself to oblivion. To recognize truth, and live by it, is the task of the day. Politics then play their part in all of it.
    I will be reading you, thanks!

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  22. I’m trying to find a way to follow you so I will get a notice when you post something new but so far haven’t found a way. Is there one?
    Oh I just saw the button to “notify me of new posts” and clicked it. Must have had a brain freeze.

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  23. Hello,

    My name is Chris. I am a 40 year-old caucasian male from Toronto, Ontario. As a professional who works in one of the most capitalistic jobs (100% commissioned commercial real estate agent), I tend to identify with and allign my own personal politics Big Business and capitalism. That being said, nowhere in Canada does there exist a conservative base as far “right” as the views expressed within these blogs.

    Please understand that while I disagree with the social conservatism common to your members and bloggers, I do not judge. My goal is to gain insite and understanding into the logic and/or whatever foundational elements support your world views – Canada has long since been your ally – is anyone here interested in civil discourse concerning the way our nations are similar and likewise where we differ? Can we learn from one another?


    • “nowhere in Canada does there exist a conservative base as far “right” as the views expressed within these blogs.”

      My guess is you probably haven’t looked enough. Fellowship of the Minds is neither unique nor unusual as there are plenty of similarly conservative blogs and websites all over the net.

      As for “learning” from you, I don’t mean to be rude, but your beliefs and opinions are not a mystery. I/we are well-acquainted with the Left because that’s the establishment — of MSM and pop culture.

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  24. Hello, and thanks for your reply.

    Whereas I am sure there are social conservatives all over the world, Canadian conservatives must contend with some expressly liberal and nation-wide laws:

    1) the right for same-sex marriage was established at the federal level on July 20, 2005;
    2) we have no right to bear arms;
    3) we do not have the absolute right to free speech;
    4) universal health care began in 1946 and unrestricted abortions in 1968.

    Given the typical conservative agenda with regards to personal liberties and small government – there isn’t much left for right-wing thinkers to influence that hasn’t already been defined by statute.

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  25. No I have not. Thank you for this – I intend to peruse it this evening.

    I do have one question for you, and I would be more than satisfied with a succinct answer, or a more involved one if you prefer: what is it that you wish to accomplish if you could sufficiently influence the American electorate – is it a nation that adheres to canonical law, the securing of maximum personal liberty with minimum government involvement, for example? Also, do you believe in the fundamental good nature of human beings, or do you think the masses should be controlled by a select few who are uniquely qualified to make decisions for the greater good?

    Any insight would be helpful.


    • Q#1: “if you could sufficiently influence the American electorate – is it a nation that adheres to canonical law”

      A#1: No. I don’t believe in a theocracy.

      Q#2: “the securing of maximum personal liberty with minimum government involvement”

      A#2: We already have “maximum personal liberty” in the socio-cultural sphere (e.g., abortion, homosexual marriage), all made possible and enabled by a bloated arrogant government bent on destroying every traditional institution, esp. the family, so as to reduce the people to atomized anomie individuals un- and dis-connected from each other, who increasingly turn to the government as the last glue that maintains a semblance of law and order. “Only a moral and virtuous people are capable of freedom; the more corrupt and vicious a society becomes, the more it has need of masters.” –Ben Franklin

      Q#3: “do you believe in the fundamental good nature of human beings”

      A#3: Like the Founders of the American Republic — who were highly learned and simply brilliant, genius-level thinkers and statesmen — I believe that human nature, without exception, is both good and bad. Being a Christian, I believe that humans are a fallen creation, born as tinder boxes (fomes peccati) inclined toward evil. This is otherwise called concupiscense or original sin.

      “What is government itself but the greatest of all reflections on human nature? If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external or internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: You must first enable the government to control the governed, and in the next place oblige it to control itself.” -James Madison The Federalist Papers

      “A fondness for power is implanted, in most men, and it is natural to abuse it, when acquired.” –Alexander Hamilton, The Farmer Refuted, 1775

      Q#4:“or do you think the masses should be controlled by a select few who are uniquely qualified to make decisions for the greater good?”

      A#4: Good heavens, no. That’s the road to tyranny, trod by countless peoples in human history, esp. by the totalitarian demagogues of the 20th century — Hitler, Stalin, Mao, et al. — resulting in the deaths of hundreds of millions of people.

      But human beings seem incapable of learning from history.


  26. Dr. Eowyn, yesterday I inquired about some inaccessible videos on this site but was able to find similar videos on YouTube Thank you for all the information! I bet it’s a constant finger in the dam for you and your contributors to keep putting controversial stuff online because there are so many liars trying to shut it down or take it down. I always heard the Sandy hook theories and blew it off. Do I wish I never discovered your site? Yes but The truth is the most important part of our moral compass. Much gratitude for unreal courage to all contributors here. May God bless you richly.


  27. Snopes claims that your blog/article about Obama’s ring having Muslim writing is false.
    If that is false, how can we trust anything on your website?


    • Why would you depend on what Snopes says? Is Snopes god?

      In my post, I present photographic evidence of Obama wearing a ring on his wedding ring finger, years before he married Michelle. Evaluate my post based on the empirical evidence, instead of what someone says about my post. Use your God-given intelligence and think for yourself, for heaven’s sake.


    • “If that is false, how can we trust anything on your website?”

      Since Obama has lied again and again (“Your medical premium will go down after Obamacare!), why do you still trust him?


    • Snopes is your trusted source? And George Stephanopoulos is a journalist.

      And this administration has been held accountable for Benghazi, Fast and Furious, IRS targeting, ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, EPA, DOJ, etc., etc. Hard to trust anything coming from the government these days.


  28. Can i join a news letter


    • Michael, there is no newsletter. But you can sign up for email notification of new posts. Just scroll down FOTM’s page until you see “Email Subscription” on the right of your screen.


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