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Mark Houck, Pro-Life Dad Targeted By Biden Regime, Acquitted Of Trumped-Up Charges

on February 2, 2023, 6:18 AM / in National News

‘The Biden Department of Justice’s intimidation against pro-life people and people of faith has been put in its place,’ Houck’s attorney says. On Monday a federal jury acquitted Mark Houck, the Christian pro-life activist whose house was swarmed by FBI agents last fall in front of his wife and children. The not-guilty verdict comes more than four months after the […]

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I WAS HACKED

on February 2, 2023, 6:16 AM / in Opinion

The Ninth Commandment is: “Do not lie.” (Exodus 20:16). My personal email was hacked last week. It all started when one of the devil’s kids sent me an email masquerading as my email carrier. He/she was phishing and although I have never been duped before, this time I unwittingly took the bait and clicked the wrong button thinking I was […]

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Deception in America

Deception in America

on February 2, 2023, 6:14 AM / in Bedtime Stories

We will soon be $32 TRILLION in debt. To pay it off would cost $94,000 per citizen or $247,000 per taxpayer. Congress keeps spending money we don’t have on things we don’t want to impress people we don’t like. Please for the love of future generations, STOP SPENDING!

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Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Leads Brief in Opposing Title IX ‘Protections’ for ‘Gender Identity

Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Leads Brief in Opposing Title IX ‘Protections’ for ‘Gender Identity

on February 2, 2023, 6:06 AM / in State News

Good morning     Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Leads Brief in Opposing Title IX ‘Protections’ for ‘Gender Identity’ January 30, 2023 An 18-state coalition led by Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti filed a brief opposing the Biden administration’s reinterpretation of Title IX allowing transgender girls to participate in girls’ sports. The lawsuit, Tennessee v. Department of Education, challenges the Biden administration’s reinterpretation of Title […]

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February 2nd in History

February 2nd in History

on February 2, 2023, 6:00 AM / in History

February 2 is the 33rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 332 days remaining until the end of the year (333 in leap years). Holidays Anniversary of Treaty of Tartu (Estonia) Christian Feast Day: Adalbard Cornelius the Centurion Martyrs of Ebsdorf February 2 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics) Constitution Day (Philippines) Day of Youth (Azerbaijan) Earliest day on which Shrove Monday can fall, while […]

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2023 State of the City of Jackson, TN

on February 1, 2023, 9:41 AM / in Local News

Transcript We have a lot to be excited for in Jackson. A lot has happened in 2022, and a lot has changed. I know that all of you, like me, have a forward vision for our city. Over this last year, we have made great strides in reaching for our future. I am so proud of everything that we have […]

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Jackson City Council February 7, 2023 meeting

on February 1, 2023, 9:36 AM / in Local News

Public Notice is hereby given that the Jackson City Council will meet in the George A. Smith Meeting Room at City Hall, 101 East Main Street on Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:00 am. As required by council the Agenda has yet to be published.   

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Colorado River Impasse

on February 1, 2023, 9:26 AM / in National News

Seven states that rely on the Colorado River to support their cities and farms have, for the second time in six months, failed to reach a full agreement on reducing water usage by a federal deadline. See previous write-up here. Six states—Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming—have outlined a plan to the Interior Department that would reduce water usage by more than […]

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The Great British Walkout

on February 1, 2023, 9:24 AM / in International News

Nearly half a million workers across the United Kingdom are poised to start coordinated nationwide strikes today in protest of the government’s proposed anti-strike legislation and to call for public sector pay raises. See a schedule of the strikes here. The legislation, introduced to Parliament Jan. 9, would require workers in six sectors—health, rail, education, fire, border security, and nuclear—to provide minimum […]

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How COVID Patients Died for Profit

How COVID Patients Died for Profit

on February 1, 2023, 9:20 AM / in National News

by Dr. Joseph Mercola, ©2023 (Feb. 1, 2023) — By May 2020, it had become apparent that the standard practice of putting COVID-19 patients on mechanical ventilation with ventilators was a death sentence.1 As early as April 9, 2020, Business Insider reported2 that 80% of COVID-19 patients in New York City who were placed on ventilators died, which caused a number of doctors to […]

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The press versus the president, part two

on February 1, 2023, 9:17 AM / in History

CHAPTER 2: THE ORIGINS OF FAKE NEWS In a windowless conference room at Trump Tower, on January 6, 2017, Comey briefed the president-elect about the dossier about him and Russia. Trump had heard, from aides, media “rumblings” about Russia, but, in an interview, he said he was unaware of the dossier until he met with Comey. Comey’s one-on-one with Trump […]

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THE SILVER BULLET FOR VICTORY

THE SILVER BULLET FOR VICTORY

on February 1, 2023, 9:13 AM / in Opinion

American Policy Center Is tyranny our fate? The question now becomes, what do we do? Obviously, we have one of two choices. We accept our fate, or we fight. Are we finished? Do we quit? Do we surrender? It would be easy to do any of those things. No one would blame us. We gave it the good fight. We […]

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Watchdog Group Finds Billions in Fraud With Covid Relief Programs

Watchdog Group Finds Billions in Fraud With Covid Relief Programs

on February 1, 2023, 9:06 AM / in National News

by David Kelly The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee (PRAC) released a report on Monday that identified $5.4 billion in potential identity fraud associated with 69,323 questionable and unverified Social Security numbers (SSN) used in disbursing funds for Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) payments. These programs provided nearly $1.2 trillion in assistance to small businesses and their employees affected by […]

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Policeman resigns after suspension for post on gay marriage

Policeman resigns after suspension for post on gay marriage

on February 1, 2023, 9:02 AM / in Religion

JIM DENISON, PHD A Georgia police officer named Jacob Kersey made this post to his personal Facebook account earlier this month: “God designed marriage. Marriage refers to Christ and the church. That’s why there is no such thing as homosexual marriage.” The next day, his supervisor informed him that someone had complained about the post and instructed him to take it down. […]

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FBI searching Biden’s beach home for classified documents: report

FBI searching Biden’s beach home for classified documents: report

on February 1, 2023, 8:57 AM / in National News

The FBI is searching President Biden’s Delaware vacation home for classified documents, CBS reported Wednesday morning. Biden’s legal team said this month it had searched the Rehoboth Beach home and found no mishandled papers. However, similar assurances were given about the president’s Wilmington home before more records were found there by the FBI on Jan. 20. Special counsel Robert Hur […]

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GM Fights the Fed, Wage Gains Soften Again

GM Fights the Fed, Wage Gains Soften Again

on February 1, 2023, 8:53 AM / in National News

Softer labor costs and a better-than-expected outlook from General Motors appear to have convinced markets that the crash test dummies of the U.S. economy might emerge relatively unscathed from what until recently looked to be a pretty serious collision with monetary policy. The employment cost index (ECI), a broad barometer of wages and benefits produced every three months by the […]

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Alec Baldwin formally charged with involuntary manslaughter, told cops he fired weapon: docs By Olivia Land and Priscilla DeGregory

Alec Baldwin formally charged with involuntary manslaughter, told cops he fired weapon: docs By Olivia Land and Priscilla DeGregory

on February 1, 2023, 8:40 AM / in State News

Alec Baldwin had not been fully trained with firearms ahead of the shooting death of Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust,” and shortly after admitted to officers he had fired the weapon, New Mexico prosecutors said Tuesday. The Santa Fe County district attorney called his actions during the fatal shooting a “reckless deviation from known standards and practice,” as […]

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If ‘Independent’ were a party, it could dominate American politics

If ‘Independent’ were a party, it could dominate American politics

on February 1, 2023, 8:34 AM / in National News

BY DANIEL DE VISÉ | THE HILL If the nation’s political independents somehow formed a party, polls suggest, they could dominate American politics. Two-fifths of Americans identified as independent in 2022, far more than stood with either party, according to Gallup. As a political identity, “independent” has polled better than Democrat or Republican since 2009. It wasn’t always so. Going back to […]

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Washington Gov. Inslee open to drug, police pursuit law changes; defends vax mandate; Bill pushes hiring, retention bonuses for state troopers, aims to improve traffic safety

Washington Gov. Inslee open to drug, police pursuit law changes; defends vax mandate; Bill pushes hiring, retention bonuses for state troopers, aims to improve traffic safety

on February 1, 2023, 8:30 AM / in State News

BUSINESS, ECONOMY & LABOR Boeing to set up a new 737 MAX assembly line in Everett (The Seattle Times) Noncompete agreements cost Seattle-area man a new job, lawsuit says (The Seattle Times) Movies set, but not filmed, in Washington are common. That might start changing. (KNKX Radio) CORONAVIRUS President Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11 (AP) Do rapid […]

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‘Disgraceful’: Biden avoids migrant crisis during Hudson River Tunnel visit in NYC

on February 1, 2023, 8:27 AM / in National News

By Bernadette Hogan, Desheania Andrews and Bruce Golding So close … and yet so far away. President Biden ignored the Big Apple’s spiraling, $2 billion migrant crisis during a Tuesday afternoon visit to tout $292 million in federal spending on a new rail tunnel. Biden toured the Manhattan side of the Hudson River Tunnel project in Chelsea, just a mile or so south of ongoing […]

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