Archive for November 13th, 2019

Good morning, Wednesday November 13th 2019

Good morning, Wednesday November 13th 2019

on November 13, 2019, 8:49 AM / in National News, Opinion

Well, well, well—it begins today. I love what Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) said: “Dems Are Giving Trump ‘A Fair and Impartial Firing Squad” I think this article has a lot to offer: Ten Reasons Why Impeachment Is Illegitimate By VICTOR DAVIS HANSON November 12, 2019 6:30 AM President Trump speaks at the White House, April 17, 2019. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) We are witnessing […]

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Karen Pence’s powerful analogy for religious liberty: How and why to speak the truth in love

Karen Pence’s powerful analogy for religious liberty: How and why to speak the truth in love

on November 13, 2019, 8:42 AM / in Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison Karen Pence is in the news as she increases her role in the 2020 presidential campaign. In an interview with USA Today, she was asked about her decision to resume teaching art at Immanuel Christian School, which doesn’t allow gay teachers or students. The reporter suggested that “a gay person might say that your faith is […]

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Mark Sanford drops GOP primary challenge of Trump

Mark Sanford drops GOP primary challenge of Trump

on November 13, 2019, 8:38 AM / in National News

A worthy attempt Mark Sanford, a former South Carolina governor and congressman, on Tuesday dropped his challenge against President Trump in the Republican primaries. Sanford, a frequent Trump critic, launched his bid two months ago, but it never gained traction. He focused on addressing the rising national debt, which he said is a concern “at the core of my being.” […]

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Supreme Court says Sandy Hook victims, families can sue gun maker

on November 13, 2019, 8:35 AM / in National News

This one is a little tricky…. are the Supreme’s suggesting that the 2005 law is unconstitutional? That we might ourselves agree… you should be able to sue whom you want to… just understand you might laughed out of court. The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Remington Arms’ appeal seeking to block a lawsuit over the use of one of the […]

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Supreme Court hears arguments on Trump bid to end DREAMer protections

Supreme Court hears arguments on Trump bid to end DREAMer protections

on November 13, 2019, 8:29 AM / in National News

The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments on President Trump’s effort to end protection against deportation for hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought into the country illegally as children. The court’s 5-4 conservative majority appeared to support Trump’s bid to kill the program. Chief Justice John Roberts, who could be the deciding vote, signaled agreement with Trump’s assertion that […]

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Florida Audit Finds 24k Illegal Votes in ONE County: “Dead Voters, Double Voting, Double Registrations, Noncitizen Voting”

on November 13, 2019, 8:26 AM / in Opinion, State News

A new report is raising concerns in the state of Florida one year before the 2020 elections. The shocking report shows that Palm Beach County, Florida has AT LEAST 24,000 instances of “voter irregularities” which means that there are deceased voters, double voters, and double registrations. They also found cases of illegal aliens registering to vote! Every state has plenty of time to purge voter […]

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Jackson Police and Fire investigate early morning fire.

Jackson Police and Fire investigate early morning fire.

on November 13, 2019, 8:21 AM / in Local News

Jackson Police and Fire personnel are investigating an early morning fire at 1160 Hollywood Drive. At approximately 5:30 a.m. this morning, November 13th, Jackson Police and Fire personnel responded to a working fire at 1160 Hollywood Dr.  Police and Fire personnel confirm a deceased victim was located inside the property. It has not been determined whether the fire was intentional […]

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New Poll Shows Mayor Pete Leading In Iowa

New Poll Shows Mayor Pete Leading In Iowa

on November 13, 2019, 8:18 AM / in National News, State News

by David Thornton  |   The Resurgent There is a first for everything and today was a first Pete Buttigieg. In a Monmouth University poll of Iowa caucus-goers released on Tuesday, Mayor Pete has vaulted to the lead for the first time. The new poll shows Buttigieg leading the pack with 22 percent support. This represents a shockingly fast surge for a […]

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Our Votes are an Extension of Our Faith

Our Votes are an Extension of Our Faith

on November 13, 2019, 8:15 AM / in Opinion

by James Silberman Making the case for Christian engagement in the culture isn’t a difficult thing to do. Christ’s lordship is over all areas of life and that’s abundantly clear in his word. Our Creator is not to be compartmentalized. Today is November 5th, meaning tomorrow is the last day to vote in the different races for the various legislative, executive, […]

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How Surveillance and Propaganda Work in ‘the Free World’

on November 13, 2019, 8:06 AM / in Opinion

By Brian Cloughley  | Strategic Culture A Bloomberg report of October 22 was concise and uncompromising in declaring Russia to be a surveillance state. Harking back to the good old days of the Cold War, as is increasingly the practice in much of the Western media, Bloomberg recounted that “The fourth of 10 basic rules Western spies followed when trying to infiltrate […]

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Warren declares ‘gender-nonconforming’ Americans the ‘backbone of our democracy’

Warren declares ‘gender-nonconforming’ Americans the ‘backbone of our democracy’

on November 13, 2019, 8:00 AM / in National News

By Calvin Freiburger (LifeSiteNews) – Much of the 2020 Democrat presidential race has been a contest to see who can most thoroughly demonstrate fidelity to identity politics, with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s latest effort being to declare that “trans,” “nonconforming,” and “non-binary” women of color are the “backbone” of American democracy. Last week, the left-wing group Black Womxn For (which bills […]

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Military families sue private housing firm over mold, safety hazards at Fort Meade

Military families sue private housing firm over mold, safety hazards at Fort Meade

on November 13, 2019, 7:52 AM / in National News

By Ellen Mitchell Ten military families on Tuesday sued Corvias Property Management over what they claim was a lack of action to hazardous housing conditions and exposure to toxic mold at one of the largest Army bases in the United States. The families, who all lived in military housing on-base at Fort Meade, Md., filed suit in the United States District […]

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RELOCATION OR RESIGNATION? That’s the Way of the Real World!

on November 13, 2019, 7:50 AM / in National News

Employees at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) were given reassignment letters Tuesday as the agency marches toward its relocation across the West, giving staff 30 days to accept the move or face being booted from the federal workforce. The delivery of the letters means BLM employees will begin moving over the next four months, cementing a controversial plan that […]

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California’s Potentially Apocalyptic Disease Problem Is Growing

California’s Potentially Apocalyptic Disease Problem Is Growing

on November 13, 2019, 7:43 AM / in State News

Some have even warned that that most iconic of medieval-sounding afflictions, the plague, which like typhus is transmitted through fleas, could return to Los Angeles for the first time since 1924. It’s not as crazy as it sounds: the bacteria of Yersinia pestis are spotted every couple of years both outside Los Angeles and in LA County itself. It may […]

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 THE STELLA AWARDS

on November 13, 2019, 6:49 AM / in Bedtime Stories

The Stella Awards… You may not immediately recognize the name Stella Liebeck, but you’ve probably heard of the McDonald’s scalding coffee case. You may not immediately recognize the name Stella Liebeck, but you’ve probably heard of the McDonald’s scalding coffee case. In 1992, Stella, 79 at the time, spilled a cup of McDonald’s scalding hot coffee onto her lap, and a jury […]

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American Minute with Bill Federer “Vietnam War…a confrontation between two ideological worlds: socialism v. capitalism … Through dissent & protest (by antiwar movement) America lost”-Col. Bui Tin, former Communist

American Minute with Bill Federer “Vietnam War…a confrontation between two ideological worlds: socialism v. capitalism … Through dissent & protest (by antiwar movement) America lost”-Col. Bui Tin, former Communist

on November 13, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

The Vietnam War Memorial was dedicated NOVEMBER 13, 1982, honoring 58,000 American troops who died. U.S. forces inflicted over a million enemy fatalities, yet involvement by politicians thwarted victory. North Vietnamese colonel, Bui Tin,received the unconditional surrender of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975. Bui Tin explained how the protests by “anti-war peace demonstrators” was key to the Communist victory: “Every day our […]

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This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—November 12

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—November 12

on November 13, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

By ED WHELAN  |   National Review 1908—In Nashville, Illinois, the human fetus to become known as Harry A. Blackmun emerges safe and sound from his mother’s womb. Some sixty-five years later, Justice Blackmun authors the Supreme Court opinion in Roe v. Wade. (See This Day for Jan. 22, 1973.) Somehow the same people who think it meaningful to criticize Justice Thomas for opposing […]

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SENIOR CITIZENS

SENIOR CITIZENS

on November 13, 2019, 6:00 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Senior citizens are constantly being criticized for every conceivable deficiency of the modern world, real or imaginary.  Okay, we’ll take responsibility for all we have done and do not blame others. HOWEVER, upon reflection, we would like to point out that it was NOT the senior citizens who took: The melody out of music, The pride out of appearance, The […]

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A Seat on the Bus

on November 13, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

Good morning, it’s Monday, November 13, 2017. On this date in 1956 the perseverance of four black women from Alabama — and the acumen of their lawyers — was rewarded by a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruling that constituted a body blow to Jim Crow. The African-American plaintiffs were Aurelia S. Browder, Susie McDonald, Claudette Colvin, and Mary Louise Smith. […]

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Quote for Today

on November 13, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

Society in every state is a blessing, but government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one. Thomas Paine 1776

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