Archive for October 7th, 2019

No Deal!

No Deal!

on October 7, 2019, 8:35 AM / in International News, National News

Greg Guenthner coming to you from Baltimore, MD… China doesn’t want to make a deal. Futures slipped Sunday night as we learned the Chinese aren’t exactly eager to sign on Trump’s dotted line when it comes to a new trade deal. “Chinese officials are signaling they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Donald Trump, […]

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Judge Denies ‘Virtually Limitless’ Shield to Trump in Tax Fight

Judge Denies ‘Virtually Limitless’ Shield to Trump in Tax Fight

on October 7, 2019, 8:33 AM / in State News

Donald Trump is a president and not a king, a federal judge wrote in a scathing ruling on Monday morning, throwing out a lawsuit that would shield him, his businesses and his associates from New York state subpoenas. Finding that the fight was not a federal one, U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero dismissed Trump’s lawsuit challenging the probe. “Shunning the concept of […]

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Raising Chickens

Raising Chickens

on October 7, 2019, 8:27 AM / in Food

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO RAISING CHICKENS So, you’d like to raise your own chickens? Be sure you’re ready to commit! Here’s the first post of a six-part beginner’s guide to raising chickens. Let’s “start from scratch,” so to speak. WHY SHOULD YOU RAISE CHICKENS? There’s a lot to like about raising chickens in your backyard. The eggs are a real temptation—tastier and fresher than any store-bought eggs […]

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NFL player fined for wearing ‘Man of God’ headband: The key to transformative courage

NFL player fined for wearing ‘Man of God’ headband: The key to transformative courage

on October 7, 2019, 8:17 AM / in National News, Religion

By Jim Denison Arizona, Oakland, Green Bay, Buffalo, and Indianapolis all scored upset wins in yesterday’s pro football action. Baseball’s playoffs continue, hockey has started, and basketball is around the corner. But an NFL game played on September 22 is on my mind this morning. When the New Orleans Saints played the Seattle Seahawks, Saints linebacker Demario Davis wore a headband […]

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What’s Happening Behind the Scenes As the GOP Considers Impeachment

What’s Happening Behind the Scenes As the GOP Considers Impeachment

on October 7, 2019, 8:10 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Erick Erickson |  The Resurgent  I know a lot of you who don’t like Trump are disappointed, given what you are seeing, that a lot of Republicans are not coming out for impeachment. Let me make a few points and you can feel free to disagree with them, but let me explain what is happening behind the scenes and […]

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Second whistleblower emerges to challenge Trump’s actions

on October 7, 2019, 8:07 AM / in National News

By Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver President Trump was dealt another blow on Sunday when a second whistleblower announced plans to call into question his dealings with the Ukrainians, potentially fortifying the House Democrats’ impeachment probe. According to ABC News, the second whistleblower is an intelligence official who has first-hand knowledge of some of the allegations outlined by the original […]

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Medal of Honor Monday: Army Capt. James Burt

Medal of Honor Monday: Army Capt. James Burt

on October 7, 2019, 8:04 AM / in History

While the Invasion of Normandy was the beginning of the end of the Nazi regime in Europe, the Battle of Aachen further solidified that. Aachen was the first major Germany city to fall to Allied forces during World War II — due in large part to the actions of young Army Capt. James Burt. Burt was born in Massachusetts in […]

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Biblical Beliefs Not Welcome in the Public Square

Biblical Beliefs Not Welcome in the Public Square

on October 7, 2019, 7:54 AM / in Opinion

By Tony Perkins When I saw this story, I knew you would want to hear about it. “[Democratic Senators] Harris, Sanders, Booker campaigned at Vegas church led by pastor who calls being gay a sin.” — Mercury News That was the “shocking” August 5 headline in one of California’s most influential newspapers–a story soon repeated across the media echo chamber. […]

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Supreme Court starts new session in tense election year

Supreme Court starts new session in tense election year

on October 7, 2019, 7:45 AM / in National News

The Supreme Court on Monday starts an election-year term in which it will consider cases on abortion, immigration, and other divisive issues. The court will hear arguments Monday in a death-penalty case that could determine whether states can scrap the insanity defense. This term is the second with President Trump’s appointees, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. Legal analysts are […]

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3 scientists share Nobel Prize in Medicine

3 scientists share Nobel Prize in Medicine

on October 7, 2019, 7:43 AM / in International News

The Nobel Prize in Medicine has been awarded jointly to three scientists “for their studies of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability,” the Nobel Assembly announced in Stockholm on Monday. The winners are William G. Kaelin, Jr. of Harvard University, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe of Oxford University, and Gregg L. Semenza of Johns Hopkins. “Oxygen sensing is central […]

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Diplomats to testify as House impeachment inquiry continues

on October 7, 2019, 7:41 AM / in National News

The House impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s actions continues this week with planned closed-door testimony from several U.S. diplomats. One of them, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, was involved in the push to get Ukraine to investigate Trump political rival former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who was a board member at a Ukrainian […]

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Iraqi police kill 8 more protesters, pushing death toll above 100

on October 7, 2019, 7:40 AM / in International News

Iraqi security forces fired on protesters Sunday, killing at least eight people. The latest anti-government demonstrations marked a sixth straight day of unrest that has claimed at least 100 lives and left more than 6,000 people wounded. The unrest marks the greatest security challenge yet for Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s year-old government. Sunday’s demonstrations came hours after the government […]

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And the Roaches Are Coming Out… Lawyer says ‘multiple’ whistleblowers have come forward

on October 7, 2019, 7:38 AM / in National News

“Multiple” whistleblowers now have come forward with information about President Trump’s push for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a lawyer for the original whistleblower said Sunday. Another lawyer confirmed earlier that the legal team is representing a second whistleblower with first-hand knowledge about Trump’s phone call with Zelensky, which was the subject of the […]

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Trump green-lights Turkish invasion of Kurdish-held Syrian enclave

on October 7, 2019, 7:37 AM / in International News, National News

The White House said late Sunday that the 1,000 U.S. troops stationed in northeastern Syria are moving out ahead of an incursion of Turkish forces into the area, which now is held by America’s Kurdish allies. U.S. forces “will not support or be involved in the operation,” the White House said. The statement came after President Trump spoke with Turkish […]

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Chuck Todd Blows Up On GOP Senator For Asking About John Brennan

on October 7, 2019, 7:00 AM / in National News

CHUCK ROSS  INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER | Daily Caller Chuck Todd and Sen. Ron Johnson had a heated exchange on “Meet the Press” Sunday when the Wisconsin Republican brought up questions about possible CIA leaks during the Trump-Russia probe. “Sen. Johnson, please!” an exasperated Todd bellowed at one point. Todd pressed Johnson over his conversations with Trump over Ukraine. Johnson suggested that […]

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ACTION ALERT: OPPOSE Brothel “Lockdown” Rule

ACTION ALERT: OPPOSE Brothel “Lockdown” Rule

on October 7, 2019, 6:50 AM / in State News

(Christina Parreira)  |  Nevada News & Views The Nye County (NV) Commission is considering the adoption of a new rule in their brothel ordinance that would force women who work at these legal establishments to be “locked down” on the property for days at a time. The actual proposed language reads… “Courtesans are allowed to leave the Brothel Premises for […]

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Susan Collins is an endangered Republican senator. Will impeachment be her final blow?

Susan Collins is an endangered Republican senator. Will impeachment be her final blow?

on October 7, 2019, 6:47 AM / in Opinion

Susan Collins has built a brand as a liberal senator who isn’t afraid to buck her party. But the Maine Republican is now facing her toughest challenge yet as she prepares to run for a fifth term in a blue state — the potential impeachment of a president she didn’t vote for. Collins, who is one of Democrats’ top targets […]

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TENNESSEE SHOULD REPEAL DISRUPTIVE CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAWS

TENNESSEE SHOULD REPEAL DISRUPTIVE CERTIFICATE OF NEED LAWS

on October 7, 2019, 6:42 AM / in Opinion

By Matthew Glans  |  Heartland Matthew Glans joined the staff of The Heartland Institute in November 2007 as legislative specialist for insurance and finance. In 2012, Glans was named senior policy analyst. Problem Tennessee is one of 35 states that institute certificate of need (CON) laws, which arbitrarily limit health care services. CON programs require health care providers to receive […]

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Border Patrol Took 851,000 Into Custody During Fiscal 2019

Border Patrol Took 851,000 Into Custody During Fiscal 2019

on October 7, 2019, 6:37 AM / in National News

BY  ALICIA LUKE  |  Freedom Outpost  New federal data shared with The Washington Examiner shows the number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it has been since 2007. Around 851,000 were apprehended and taken into custody by border patrol agents in the fiscal year 2019, which ran from Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019. Got some federal data […]

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How revivals formed major universities and shaped early America.

How revivals formed major universities and shaped early America.

on October 7, 2019, 6:26 AM / in History

Religious revivals have a long history of preaching out of doors. The great London preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon wrote: “It would be very easy to prove that revivals of religion have usually been accompanied, if not caused, by a considerable amount of preaching out of doors, or in unusual places.” For two thousand years, out of doors preaching by gifted […]

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