Archive for December 16th, 2020

The Long Game

on December 16, 2020, 8:25 AM / in National News, Opinion, State News

Good morning! Looking at where we are today, this just seemed like a good place to start this morning. LET GOD MAKE UP THE WORDS by Dave Butts I had just finished preaching on prayer and was approached by a Sunday school teacher from the congregation. She had a great story for me. Knowing that it was a weekend focused on […]

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Some Self-Reflection, Please

on December 16, 2020, 8:16 AM / in Opinion

By Erick-Woods Erickson <ewerickson@substack.com> On CNN in May, Bill Nye announced it’d be at least two years before there was a vaccine for COVID-19. He was not alone on that network with similar pronouncements. On MSNBC, around the same time, Dr. Irwin Redlener said it would be “impossible” to get a safe vaccine by the end of the year. Tim […]

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Too Much Freedom? Trouble Brews When Government Rations Rights

Too Much Freedom? Trouble Brews When Government Rations Rights

on December 16, 2020, 8:13 AM / in Opinion

By Larry Keane President-elect Joe Biden had a rare moment of clarity when it comes to gun control. He’s got a really big obstacle, called the Constitution. The president-elect spoke with civil rights leaders in a virtual meeting. An unknown individual recorded the session and the media got a hold of it. What President-elect Biden admitted was enlightening. “I am […]

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Try the Veal Cacciatore

Try the Veal Cacciatore

on December 16, 2020, 8:10 AM / in Food

  Veal Cacciatore Literally means Veal prepared hunter style (cacciatore). In Italian – the cacciatore is the hunter and the hunter prepared his meals with braised chicken or rabbit, garlic, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, peas seasoned with oregano, basil, wine and S&P.  In today’s recipe I have substituted the chicken with veal. You brown the veal and then cook it in […]

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis: Restaurants to remain open

on December 16, 2020, 8:05 AM / in State News

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that restaurants will remain fully open despite COVID-19 ravaging the state during the pandemic. DeSantis told cooks, servers and other restaurant employees during a press conference at Okeechobee Steakhouse in West Palm Beach that he’s not going to allow the hospitality industry to completely shut down like in other states that imposed strict indoor dining restrictions. […]

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Senate Holds Hearing on Early Medical Responses for COVID-19

on December 16, 2020, 7:56 AM / in National News

In her latest Op-Ed, featured originally in RedState, state government relations manager Christina Herrin draws attention to covid-19 treatments other than a vaccine that could be immediately beneficial to the public. This is especially relevant because the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs has recently held a hearing on early medical responses to the coronavirus pandemic. As U.S. […]

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Health Care Dec. 16, 2020

Health Care Dec. 16, 2020

on December 16, 2020, 7:52 AM / in National News

Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine will likely be on its way soon after being endorsed by the FDA today, ahead of a panel meeting later this week. Vice President Pence will receive the COVID-19 vaccine soon, and Fauci says President Trump and President-elect Biden should take it immediately. Meanwhile, the FDA authorized a rapid, at-home COVID test. We’ll start with Moderna: FDA […]

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Tennessee top state in COVID cases per million

Tennessee top state in COVID cases per million

on December 16, 2020, 7:42 AM / in State News

Source: Covidexitstrategy.org A graphic making the rounds on social media paints Tennessee in an unflattering light when it comes to the spread of COVID-19. Eric Topol, the founder of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, tweeted two charts showing Tennessee and Ohio as the only places in the world where the infection rates have hit 1,000 per million. […] View the […]

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Tennessee can pass constitutional carry in 2021 but you must get involved!

Tennessee can pass constitutional carry in 2021 but you must get involved!

on December 16, 2020, 7:33 AM / in Announcements

Constitutional Carry – Right to Protect your Home and Business – Increased protections for civil immunity — all of these are issues in the Tennessee Legislature in 2021! I am reaching out to you today to ask you to join or renew your membership and support of the Tennessee Firearms Association. It is urgent that we continue to build our strength […]

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Utah Mink First Wild Animal In US To Test Positive For Mutated Coronavirus | ZeroHedge

Utah Mink First Wild Animal In US To Test Positive For Mutated Coronavirus | ZeroHedge

on December 16, 2020, 7:27 AM / in International News, National News

BY TYLER DURDEN One of the most inexplicably horrifying chapters of the global SARS-CoV-2 will be the mass slaughter of mink in Denmark after the animals were discovered to be infected with SARS-CoV-2. While these mink weren’t the only animals to test positive (the list includes several cats and dogs as well as a tiger at the Bromx zoo), for […]

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Australia Scraps Billion Dollar Coronavirus Vaccine After Participants Test HIV Positive

on December 16, 2020, 7:08 AM / in International News

The Australian Government has scrapped a billion dollar coronavirus vaccine agreement with Australian biotech company CSL Limited to supply 51 million doses of a Covid-19 vaccine being developed by the University of Queensland after several trial participants returned false positive HIV test results. The University of Queensland has abruptly ended its trials for coronavirus vaccine the Australian government had ordered in a […]

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Homeless man now feeds hundreds a day: Finding our empowering purpose through service

Homeless man now feeds hundreds a day: Finding our empowering purpose through service

on December 16, 2020, 7:04 AM / in Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison Anthony Delgado lived on the streets of Atlanta, Georgia, panhandling to feed his drug addiction. One day, a man and woman told him he should go to the VA hospital. No one around him saw the couple, however. He started panhandling again but developed chest pain. A man stopped to help and gave him a token for a […]

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rules state erred by giving blanket exemption to voter ID rules during COVID | Just The News

on December 16, 2020, 7:01 AM / in State News

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday that state and local election officials erred when they gave blanket permission allowing voters to declare themselves homebound and skip voter ID requirements in the 2020 election, potentially opening the door for Republicans to challenge tens of thousand of ballots. In a case challenging the practice in Dane County, one of Wisconsin’s large urban center […]

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Portland Mayor Caves to Anti-Eviction Anarchists, Says More Occupations May Follow

Portland Mayor Caves to Anti-Eviction Anarchists, Says More Occupations May Follow

on December 16, 2020, 6:48 AM / in State News

By BOB PRICE Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler admitted Monday that the apology he issued to the squatters of a foreclosed house could lead to similar occupations. The mayor apologized to the anti-eviction anarchists who drove police from a now three-block “autonomous zone.” “I hope it is not an ongoing phenomenon,” Mayor Wheeler said in an article published by The Oregonian. “Our objective is to […]

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Reject Electoral Votes of States with Fraud!

on December 16, 2020, 6:45 AM / in Announcements, Opinion

After spending four years trying to destroy President Donald Trump and the policies and values he stood for, the Left “defeated” him in an election filled with vote fraud and irregularities. Now that the Electoral College has cast its votes, there are growing calls for Congress on January 6, 2021, to challenge and reject those votes cast in states – including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, […]

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First Step Into Hell

on December 16, 2020, 6:21 AM / in National News

“Politics Transends All Sorts of Evils” Pete Buttigieg, Transportation Secretary nominee, had a pothole problem as mayor The 38-year-old served as mayor from 2012 to 2020 By Morgan Phillips | Fox News President-elect Joe Biden tapped Pete Buttigieg to serve as transportation secretary, but as leader of South Bend, Ind. the former mayor had a pothole problem. The 38-year-old served as mayor from 2012 to 2020, […]

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Clallam County Commissioners to consider Resolution for Instant Runoff Voting

Clallam County Commissioners to consider Resolution for Instant Runoff Voting

on December 16, 2020, 6:15 AM / in State News

by Sue Forde, Guest Editorial Clallam County, WA  – At the Board of County Commissioners’ (BOCC) work session to be held on Dec. 14, 2020, commissioners will be presented with a resolution for consideration to promote the idea of Instant Runoff Voting (IRV), otherwise known as “Ranked-Choice Voting.”  (See proposed resolution) (see email from Stokan to BOCC) The Clallam County […]

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Clean Up On Aisle 3: Debra Messing Tweets Wish That Trump Is “Most Popular Boyfriend In Prison”

Clean Up On Aisle 3: Debra Messing Tweets Wish That Trump Is “Most Popular Boyfriend In Prison”

on December 16, 2020, 6:09 AM / in National News

Actress Debra Messing is busy cleaning up a mess of her own making on social media. Her case of Trump Derangement Syndrome continues to poison her mind and nothing proves that more than her presence on social media. Her latest controversial tweet managed to anger both Trump supporters and his critics. It’s hard maintaining her woke cred, apparently. Last week, […]

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If Teachers Get The Vaccine Quickly, Can Students Get Back To School?

on December 16, 2020, 6:04 AM / in Opinion

Given the limited number of vaccines available to states and the logistical hurdles to distribution, including the fact that two doses are needed several weeks apart, experts said that vaccinating the nation’s three million schoolteachers could be a slow process, taking well into the spring. And even once enough educators are inoculated for school officials and teachers’ unions — which […]

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Minnesota Commutes Life Sentence Of Man Convicted As Teen Of Shooting 11-Year-Old

Minnesota Commutes Life Sentence Of Man Convicted As Teen Of Shooting 11-Year-Old

on December 16, 2020, 6:00 AM / in State News

Myon Burrell’s release at age 34 comes after reports uncovered major flaws in the police investigation that led to his life sentence at 17. The Minnesota Board of Pardons on Tuesday commuted the life sentence of Myon Burrell, a Black man who was sentenced to life in prison as a minor. Burrell, who was 16 at the time of his […]

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