Archive for May 24th, 2020

Federal Court Gives Order To Obama Judge – He Must Explain Himself On Flynn Case Within 10 Days

Federal Court Gives Order To Obama Judge – He Must Explain Himself On Flynn Case Within 10 Days

on May 24, 2020, 9:35 AM / in National News, Opinion

Those of you following the Flynn case were probably shocked when the judge refused to dismiss it. The DOJ—who was prosecuting Flynn—dropped all charges. Yet Judge Sullivan (an Obama ally) refused to close the case. In fact, he called up third parties to weigh in on the matter. That was highly unusual. Why would a judge want to drag this […]

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Obama Eligibility Memo Directed to Top Law-Enforcement Officers, Members of Congress, Media

Obama Eligibility Memo Directed to Top Law-Enforcement Officers, Members of Congress, Media

on May 24, 2020, 9:32 AM / in Opinion

[Editor’s Note:  The following was sent early Saturday morning to U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham, U.S. Attorney General William Barr, FBI Director Christopher Wray, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, and dozens of DOJ officials, members of Congress and media personalities.  The author links to a 2012 editorial by Don Fredrick author of The Complete Obama Timeline and owner of […]

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‘Bullhorn From The BS Bully Pulpit’: Chris Cuomo Calls Trump A ‘Demagogue’ For Church Reopening Position

on May 24, 2020, 9:28 AM / in National News

CNN host Chris Cuomo criticized President Donald Trump as a “demagogue” who is spouting “BS from the bully pulpit” on church reopenings. Trump on Friday called on governors to allow churches to open in their states “right now,” threatening to override their orders if they refuse. “These are places that hold our society together and keep our people united,” the president said. “The people […]

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Want to help save the oyster industry? Eat bigger ones, some farmers and chefs say.

Want to help save the oyster industry? Eat bigger ones, some farmers and chefs say.

on May 24, 2020, 8:55 AM / in National News

“The fact that oyster farmers are suffering so much has to do with the restaurant business,” Blue Hill at Stone Barns Chef Dan Barber said. When restaurants closed across the country, oyster farmers Mike and Isabel Osinski lost almost all of their clients. The couple, who live and work on the North Fork of Long Island, depend on restaurants to […]

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COVID-19 makes Trump’s work with black Americans that much harder

COVID-19 makes Trump’s work with black Americans that much harder

on May 24, 2020, 8:52 AM / in National News

President Trump, who stepped up his effort to target black voters earlier this year by focusing on criminal justice reform and the record-low unemployment rate, has been forced to shift in recent weeks as the novel coronavirus has disproportionately affected communities of color. Trump has used recent events and public appearances to focus on African American and other minority communities, […]

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How can you tell if you are right with God?

How can you tell if you are right with God?

on May 24, 2020, 8:49 AM / in Religion

How can you tell if you are right with God? You can tell, not just by what you believe or what you say, but by how God has changed your life. It is because right now, it is the topic that is so important. What this devotion is about today has huge implications for our lives, not just right now […]

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The Deeply American Reason The Oldest Saloon West Of The Mississippi Won’t Have To Shut Down Forever

The Deeply American Reason The Oldest Saloon West Of The Mississippi Won’t Have To Shut Down Forever

on May 24, 2020, 8:26 AM / in History, News

By Christopher Bedford  |  The Federalist Starting life before there was a town as four walls and some dry goods for fur trappers, it served its first beer just 19 years after the town was founded and near-half a century before it was incorporated. The story below is the third in a series on America’s small businesses, their struggles under the […]

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American Minute with Bill Federer National Maritime Day

American Minute with Bill Federer National Maritime Day

on May 24, 2020, 6:00 AM / in History

T he SS SAVANNAH left MAY 22, 1819, from Savannah, Georgia, and 25 days later arrived in Liverpool, England, completing the first trans-Atlantic voyage by steamship. To pay tribute to the American Merchant Marine, President Franklin Roosevelt designated MAY 22, 1933, as NATIONAL MARITIME DAY. Ronald Reagan commented, May 20, 1986: “When steam-powered vessels began to eclipse sailing ships in the latter part of the 19th century, […]

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Quote for Today

on May 24, 2020, 6:00 AM / in History, People

“Because man has free will, no human choice—and no phenomenon which is a product of human choice—is metaphysically necessary.  In regard to any man-made fact, it is valid to claim that man has chosen thus, but it was not inherent in the nature of existence for him to have done so: he could have chosen otherwise. Choice, however, is not […]

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May 24th in History

May 24th in History

on May 24, 2020, 6:00 AM / in History

May 24 is the 144th day of the year (145th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 221 days remaining until the end of the year. Holidays Aldersgate Day/Wesley Day (Methodism) Battle of Pichincha Day (Ecuador) Bermuda Day (Bermuda) Christian feast day: Anna Pak Agi (one of The Korean Martyrs) David I of Scotland Donatian and Rogatian Jackson […]

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No Worries

No Worries

on May 24, 2020, 6:00 AM / in Religion

Let us go over to the other side.Mark 4:35 A comfortable plane ride was about to get bumpy. The voice of the captain interrupted in-flight beverage service and asked passengers to make sure their seatbelts were fastened. Soon the plane began to roll and pitch like a ship on a wind-whipped ocean. While the rest of the passengers were doing […]

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Traditions

on May 24, 2020, 5:47 AM / in Religion

In our family, we have a multitude of traditions. Thanksgiving is traditionally a day of feasting with family. Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve after our Church’s candle light service, our house dinner on the Fourth of July, and the Saturday before Memorial Day we go up to Davis Grove Cemetery to visit my extended family from my wife’s side, have […]

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