Archive for October 22nd, 2018

Collision: A Live Performance

on October 22, 2018, 8:36 PM / in Announcements, Opinion

Judgement House is a 7-10 scene walk thru drama which presents the gospel through a relevant and gripping story.

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107,000 ‘Infrequent Voters’ Purged from Georgia’s Voter Rolls

107,000 ‘Infrequent Voters’ Purged from Georgia’s Voter Rolls

on October 22, 2018, 7:56 AM / in State News

By KAYLA GOGGIN  |  Court House News Service ATLANTA (CN) — A new analysis of voter data reveals that Georgia officials removed an estimated 107,000 people from voter rolls because they did not vote in prior elections. An investigation by American Public Media found that the state removed the voters during its massive 2017 purge under the “use it or lose […]

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This is Just A Little Nutty

This is Just A Little Nutty

on October 22, 2018, 7:47 AM / in State News

From the Courtroom Jester we find New Jersey parents are suing their local school district claiming their son was not allowed to bring a service dog trained to detect peanuts to school. Alleging discrimination against their son because of a “severe, life-threatening” allergy to peanuts, the parents (who are identified only by their initials) also allege a “hostile educational environment” against […]

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State AGs for hire on environmental activism

on October 22, 2018, 7:43 AM / in National News, State News

Walter Olson’s  latest Cato post looks at a low-profile program in which a nonprofit backed by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg places lawyers in state attorney generals’ offices, paying their keep, on the condition that they pursue environmental causes. We know much about this and other AG entanglements thanks to two reports by Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) based […]

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Supreme Court roundup

on October 22, 2018, 7:39 AM / in National News

By Walter Olson “The Supreme Court should…reaffirm that the Constitution’s prohibition against ex post facto lawmaking forbids states from skirting constitutional scrutiny by simply labeling penalties as ‘civil’” [Ilya Shapiro and Nathan Harvey on Cato certiorari brief in Bethea v. North Carolina] Interesting: arguments that might work for progressive litigation outcomes in a more conservative Supreme Court [Daniel Hemel, Take Care] […]

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Florida Race Heating Up

Florida Race Heating Up

on October 22, 2018, 7:37 AM / in State News

By John Haughey | Watchdog.org There were moments Sunday night when it appeared there was a debate on CNN between two candidates running to be the next governor of Florida. Then it devolved into a discussion about who likes President Donald Trump and who doesn’t like President Donald Trump. Hint: Progressive Democrat Andrew Gillum does not like President Trump and […]

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Gillette shaving commercial shows beautiful bond between father and son

Gillette shaving commercial shows beautiful bond between father and son

on October 22, 2018, 7:33 AM / in National News

(LifeSiteNews) – A beautifully produced commercial offered by Gillette portrays the bond between an elderly father and his son, offering a sharp contrast to the loud forces promoting euthanasia.   “In the past 100 years, over 4,000 razors have been designed to shave yourself. There have been 0 designed with the intent to shave someone else. Until now,” explains the […]

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Alabama justice asks Supreme Court to reconsider Roe v. Wade

on October 22, 2018, 7:27 AM / in National News, State News

The presence of Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court has emboldened pro-life advocates, including one state judge who just made a gutsy recommendation to that Court. “I urge the Supreme Court of the United States to reconsider the Roe exception and to overrule this constitutional aberration,” wrote Abalama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker. The justice inserted the message into his concurring […]

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Establishment Media Blackout: Journalist Targeted for Being White Tragically Dies

Establishment Media Blackout: Journalist Targeted for Being White Tragically Dies

on October 22, 2018, 7:21 AM / in National News

BY BENJAMIN ARIE  |   Western Journal A shocking racial hate crime has killed a man who lived his life trying to help others, but the details in the case mean there will be no riots, and you probably won’t hear his name mentioned on the national news. A 55-year-old journalist and volunteer first responder was attacked from behind before being dragged […]

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College Football Top 25- Week 8

College Football Top 25- Week 8

on October 22, 2018, 7:11 AM / in Football

by Cole Muzio  |   The Resurgent A shocking defeat of Ohio State provides a major shift in the college football landscape and major hole for the #4 spot. A stunning loss to Ohio State leaves only 3 sure-fire playoff teams with a massive jumble for the 4th spot. Who will grab it? The winner of the Florida-Georgia game will certainly enhance […]

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Twenty-two states have statewide elections for both governor and U.S. Senate in 2018

on October 22, 2018, 7:06 AM / in National News

Twenty-two states have statewide elections for both governor and U.S. Senate in 2018 Last week, our editor-in-chief and I were broadly discussing how voter turnout might change this year with some of these high-intensity gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races. Then we started talking about the states that had both of these races! We thought these figures were fun, so we […]

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The Early Vote

The Early Vote

on October 22, 2018, 7:04 AM / in National News

by Jonathan Easley and Alexis Simendinger  |   The Hill Voters are casting early ballots between now and Nov. 6, in what analysts are describing as “unprecedented” voter interest in the 2018 midterm elections. So far, at least 4.7 million people have already cast their ballots, which dovetails with polling data that shows enthusiasm to vote is off the charts. “Do […]

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A Leap Backward

A Leap Backward

on October 22, 2018, 6:43 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Art by Michael Ramirez

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Will You Vote it Away, Time To Take a Stand For Individualism & America

Will You Vote it Away, Time To Take a Stand For Individualism & America

on October 22, 2018, 6:41 AM / in Opinion

by John Farnam (Ammoland.com)- Constitutional Criminals! From a friend and student: “I am an American Citizen, by choice! A decade ago, I legally immigrated here from Zambia. My ancestors were from the state of Gujarat, India, and they migrated to Zambia in the 1890s. My family is ascended from ancient Rajput Warriors. Today, with fierce pride, I speak English and call […]

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The Soundest Fiat Money Ever Issued

on October 22, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History

Signed into law by Woodrow Wilson with four gold pens on 23 December 1913, the President remarked that the controversial Federal Reserve “measure had suffered many narrow escapes” before reaching his desk. Bernhard Thuersam The Soundest Fiat Money Ever Issued  “On the floor of the Senate the [Federal Reserve] bill encountered heavy opposition.  Senator Elihu Root, of New York, led […]

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My Brothers and Sisters

My Brothers and Sisters

on October 22, 2018, 6:00 AM / in Religion

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. Matthew 25:40 Several years ago when the Southern California economy took a downturn, Pastor Bob Johnson saw not only difficulty but also opportunity. So he scheduled a meeting with the mayor of his city and asked, “What can our church do […]

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October 22nd in History

October 22nd in History

on October 22, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History

October 22 is the 295th day of the year (296th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 70 days remaining until the end of the year. Holidays:   Christian feast day: Aaron the Illustrious (Syriac Orthodox Church) Abercius of Hieropolis Bertharius Cordula Donatus of Fiesole Marcus of Jerusalem Mary Salome Mellonius of Rouen Nunilo and Alodia Pope John Paul II […]

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American Minute with Bill Federer Sam Houston, adopted by Cherokee, led Texas to Independence, was President of Texas, Governor of two States, Congressman, Senator

American Minute with Bill Federer Sam Houston, adopted by Cherokee, led Texas to Independence, was President of Texas, Governor of two States, Congressman, Senator

on October 22, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History

Sam Houston studied law under Judge James Trimble, passed the bar, and opened up a legal practice in Lebanon, Tennessee. Houston was appointed the local prosecutor and was given a command in the state militia. Sam Houston was elected to Congress in 1823, and became Governor of Tennessee in 1827. After a short failed marriage in 1829, Sam Houston resigned and moved to the Arkansas Territory where he lived […]

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