Archive for August 16th, 2019

You kick God out of the culture, this is what you get

You kick God out of the culture, this is what you get

on August 16, 2019, 10:36 AM / in Religion

  By Chris Woodward, Jody Brown (OneNewsNow.com) Two Christian commentators are offering their ideas about who or what to blame for the shootings this weekend. One blames, in part, the Church … and the other blames what he calls America’s “mis-education” system for teaching children that they’re essentially animals. In the aftermath of the massacres in El Paso and Dayton […]

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Kustoff Cookout

Kustoff Cookout

on August 16, 2019, 10:13 AM / in Announcements
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Castro “Doxxing” of Trump Supporters Reconfirms Need for Donor Privacy Legislation

Castro “Doxxing” of Trump Supporters Reconfirms Need for Donor Privacy Legislation

on August 16, 2019, 10:09 AM / in Opinion

BY TIMOTHY H. LEE  |  CFIF  In recent days, Representative Joaquin Castro (D – Texas), brother of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro, used his high-profile platform to tweet the identities and occupations of local donors to President Donald Trump within his district. Those donors were everyday, ordinary citizens doing nothing more than exercising their legal rights to participate in America’s […]

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They went out from among us?

They went out from among us?

on August 16, 2019, 10:05 AM / in Religion, State News

This is very unpleasant and I am trying to get my head and heart around what is happening. Clearly, none of us know what is really going on the heart of another, but to see well known, highly visible and followed, people take action like this is just heartbreaking. Heartbreaking for the individuals and their lives and spirits, but also […]

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EPA reverses approval of cyanide bombs used to kill wildlife

on August 16, 2019, 9:42 AM / in National News

The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday reversed a recent decision to reauthorize use of M-44s, also known as “cyanide bombs,” to kill coyotes, foxes, and other wild animals. M-44s are spring-loaded traps filled with sodium cyanide, which Wildlife Services officials use when they kill animals for ranchers and farmers. Last year, the federal agency killed more than 1.5 million animals, […]

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Court upholds order on sanitary conditions for migrant children

Court upholds order on sanitary conditions for migrant children

on August 16, 2019, 9:39 AM / in National News

“For the Children”  A three-judge panel for the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday that migrant children detained by the government must be provided with adequate food, water, soap, and toothpaste. Under the 1997 settlement known as the Flores agreement, children in custody have to live in safe and sanitary quarters, and the judges dismissed the Trump […]

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Israel lets Tlaib visit West Bank after blocking official visit

Israel lets Tlaib visit West Bank after blocking official visit

on August 16, 2019, 9:33 AM / in International News

Israeli Interior Minister Aryeh Deri said Friday he had granted a request by Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) to visit the Israeli-occupied West Bank on humanitarian grounds after she asked for permission to visit her 90-year-old grandmother and vowed to “not promote boycotts” of Israel during the trip. The reversal came after a Thursday decision by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s […]

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Amazon’s Biggest Threat

Amazon’s Biggest Threat

on August 16, 2019, 9:27 AM / in National News

Greg Guenthner coming to you from Baltimore, MD… Via Rude Awakening The brick and mortar retail apocalypse is getting worse. Malls are crumbling. Shelves are bare. The kids aren’t hanging out at the neighborhood J.C. Penney anymore… After all, your local shopping center is no place for a family. Why expose your children to the unwashed masses at the mall […]

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Report: Connection Between Mental Health & Mass Violence Is Overstated

on August 16, 2019, 9:18 AM / in Opinion

Behavioral health medical directors, researchers, FBI agents, judges and law enforcement spent months examining the connections between mental health and mass shootings. In August 2019, they published their findings: These connections are much more complicated than simple cause and effect. The report considers a wide cross-section of mass violence, including 160 active shooter incidents over a decade from the FBI; […]

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Harmer Follows Up on TDOC Commissioner with Tennessee Governor

Harmer Follows Up on TDOC Commissioner with Tennessee Governor

on August 16, 2019, 9:12 AM / in State News

“PRISONS ARE NOT EASY TO GOVERN AND CONTROL” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 15, 2019) — In a follow-up letter dated July 15, 2019, MCCXinmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, wrote to Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee to convey his observation that Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) Commissioner Tony Parker is prohibited by state statute to serve as American Correctional Association (ACA) “president-elect” while also serving as the state’s highest-ranking […]

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Trump fans flames behind Israel’s decision to bar visit by two Muslim House Democrats

on August 16, 2019, 6:56 AM / in International News, National News

By Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver   President Trump successfully lobbied Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bar entry to two freshman members of Congress who planned to visit Israel next week to lodge complaints about Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. The president’s unprecedented involvement and Netanyahu’s assent on Thursday to initially deny entry to two Democrats, Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota […]

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Recession worries and the ‘yield curve inversion’:

on August 16, 2019, 6:52 AM / in Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison <comments@denisonforum.org> The stock market fell more than eight hundred points Wednesday, the largest one-day drop of the year. It rebounded somewhat yesterday to finish up nearly one hundred points, but concerns about the global economy persist. The decline Wednesday was precipitated by a “yield curve inversion” that made headlines when it occurred for the first time […]

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It’s the Dose . . . Not the Source

It’s the Dose . . . Not the Source

on August 16, 2019, 6:50 AM / in Opinion

Did you happen to see the picture of the electric car “fast” charger being charged by the diesel generator? It’s Kodachrome evidence of the Moon-baying lunacy of this whole Electro-Kool Aid slurping. Better to forget the EV charger, use the diesel engine to power a car directly – cut out the middleman – and be done with it. Instead we are hectored about the […]

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Trump’s Dig at Chris Cuomo Shows Arbitrary Danger of ‘Red Flag Laws’

Trump’s Dig at Chris Cuomo Shows Arbitrary Danger of ‘Red Flag Laws’

on August 16, 2019, 6:41 AM / in Opinion

by David Codrea “Would Chris Cuomo be given a Red Flag for his recent rant?” President Donald Trump asked in a Wednesday Twitter tweet. “Filthy language and a total loss of control. He shouldn’t be allowed to have any weapon. He’s nuts!” He was referring to the CNN talking head’s screaming meltdown and threat of violence at a New York bar against a customer […]

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Trump’s Great Gamble

Trump’s Great Gamble

on August 16, 2019, 6:28 AM / in Opinion

Like the Russian army carting off German factories after World War II, the Great Arsenal of Democracy was looted by its postwar allies and adversaries alike. The weapon Trump is using to stop this looting is tariffs… President Donald Trump’s reelection hopes hinge on two things: the state of the economy in 2020 and the identity of the Democratic nominee. […]

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University Gender Studies Department Publishes Paper Saying Milking Cows Is Like Sexual Abuse

University Gender Studies Department Publishes Paper Saying Milking Cows Is Like Sexual Abuse

on August 16, 2019, 6:22 AM / in State News

A journal published by a New York university Gender Studies department recently put out a paper meant to call attention to the “sexual exploitation” of dairy cows. “The outdated stereotype about women being caretakers and most importantly child bearers remains consistent in the dairy industry, especially when we take into account the means through which these animals are exploited. A […]

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Ocasio-Cortez: ‘Core Part’ of Trump Coalition Racists

on August 16, 2019, 6:19 AM / in National News

‘We need to talk about racism’   By Cameron Cawthorne   |  Washington Free Beacon Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) claimed in an interview on Thursday a “core part” of President Donald Trump’s coalition is “racists.” Ocasio-Cortez sat down for an interview on Thursday with the liberal “Pod Save America” podcast. During the interview, she criticized Trump supporters and attacked the […]

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Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife and daughter survive fiery plane crash in Tennessee

Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife and daughter survive fiery plane crash in Tennessee

on August 16, 2019, 6:14 AM / in NASCAR, State News

NASCAR champ Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife and their 1-year-old daughter were transported to a hospital after their private plane crashed at Elizabethton Municipal Airport in Tennessee on Thursday. “Everyone is safe and has been taken to the hospital for further evaluation,” Earnhardt’s sister Kelley Earnhardt Miller said. The Carter County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to NBC affiliate WCYB of Bristol that the […]

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Gunman in Dayton mass shooting had cocaine and other substances in his system

on August 16, 2019, 6:11 AM / in State News

Dayton police said the gunman had cocaine, Xanax and alcohol among other substances in his system at the time of the mass shooting before police fatally shot him. Montgomery County Coroner Kent Harshbarger said that authorities also found a bag of cocaine on Connor Betts, 24. Police have yet to identify a motive in Betts’ attack.

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China, Tariffs, and Recession Fears Amid Strong Economy

China, Tariffs, and Recession Fears Amid Strong Economy

on August 16, 2019, 6:10 AM / in Opinion

On Tuesday, the markets were up on the news that President Donald Trump’s third round of tariffs on $300 billion more of Chinese goods would be delayed until December. Added to this was the positive news of a restart of U.S.-China trade talks. However, the U.S. markets on Wednesday had one of their worst days in over a decade. Stocks […]

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