A black street preacher in Charlotte, North Carolina, declaring “Jesus saves” was attacked by a mob shouting “F*** Jesus.”
A top virologist who fled China announced she has evidence the coronavirus was man-made.
According to Dr. Li-Meng Yan, China actually owned two different viruses that, when modified, became the coronavirus. Furthermore, she stated the virus came from a lab in Wuhan. @BeholdIsrael.org
BREAKING: The Afghan government and the Taliban begin direct talks to end nearly two decades of conflict in talks brokered by the United States. @BehildIsrael.org
My social media platforms have been flooded with pictures, videos and commentary for Americans to not forget 9/11. Sadly many have forgotten. How could there ever be a nonsensical movement to abolish the police, or allow radicals to immigrate, or hold public office with terror connections proves we have forgotten. Forgotten or forgiven?
I am a man of forgiveness, for I had need of forgiveness and knelled at the Cross, and still do every day. Americans are wonderfully forgiving people, but forgiving someone, or “some people who did something” is plain stupidity if we allow them a voice in our government. Allowing people who desire the destructing of our great country to have a prominent role in government is playing into the hands of our enemies. Having policy makers or high level FBI and CIA officials born or educated in foreign countries and exporting a one world mentality is troubling.
Have we forgotten? We have accepted the lie of appeasement. After all THEY are peaceful. They only shout death to America, they would never follow through, or would they?
I am a forgiving man. I am also a realist. God Bless America!
Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh on Thursday noted the deep partisan divisions in the nation, and suggested they’re not going away until the opposition is defeated.
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Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton said that it is “time for Roe V. Wade to go” moments after President Donald Trump floated Cotton’s name as a possible Supreme Court Justice pick.
When Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh replaced former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy after a highly contentious confirmation process, progressive groups, media and activists alike said Kavanaugh was the fifth vote needed to overturn Roe v. Wade. But those warnings didn’t come to fruition after the Supreme Court struck down a law in June that would have significantly restricted abortion access.
Should Cotton be nominated to the Supreme Court, the Arkansas senator could be that fifth vote. (RELATED: Liberal Groups Warned That Kavanaugh Would Push SCOTUS Dramatically To The Right. Their Fears Haven’t Been Met)
SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 | FROM BRYAN BRAMMER
Father, help us to maintain justice and to do what is right in Your eyes. Isaiah 56:1
A Texas school district has removed an 8th grade assignment that compared police officers to KKK members and slave owners amid backlash from parents and law enforcement groups.
The social studies assignment, given to students at Cooper Junior High in Wylie, Texas, used a political cartoon to depict five similar scenes: African-American men face down on the ground with their hands restrained behind their backs and a white man’s knee on their neck. Throughout the scenes, the black man says he cannot breathe.
Among the five different white men, one was dressed in a white KKK robe while another resembled Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
After the assignment was posted online by an unidentified eighth-grade teacher, parents immediately filed their complaints with the Wylie Independent School District.
Vice President of the National Fraternal Order of Police Joe Gamaldi sent a letter to Wylie ISD Superintendent David Vinson in August denouncing the assignment.
“I cannot begin to tell you how abhorrent and disturbing this comparison is, but what is more disturbing is that no adult within your school thought better before sending this assignment to children,” Gamaldi wrote.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also condemned the district’s assignment and said the teacher responsible “should be fired.”
Shortly following the public outcry, Wylie ISD issued a statement claiming that the cartoons “are not part of the district’s curriculum resources or documents.”
“We are sorry for any hurt that may have been caused through this lesson. The assignment has been removed, and students will not be expected to complete it,” the statement read.
David Fitzsimmons, the Arizona Daily Star cartoonist who created the image, defending his work.
“I’m impressed the National Fraternal Order of Police is directing its fury at an illustration revealing how our present horrors are mere echoes of our cruel past… Perhaps it requires too much moral courage, or honest clear-eyed reflection, for the National Fraternal Order of Police to funnel their fury at the few racist police officers who disgrace their oath and their badges by disproportionately murdering African-Americans,” Fitzsimmons said.
(Article by Bryan Brammer. Photo Credit: Getty Images.)
Whenever a major economic downturn happens, churches and charities always get hit really hard. Cutting back on giving is often the very first step that people take when it comes time to reduce expenditures, and that is extremely unfortunate.
But of course you can’t get blood out of a rock, and there are tens of millions of Americans that have lost jobs in 2020 and so they don’t have any extra money to give at this point.
Approximately 59 million Americans have filed new claims for unemployment over the past 24 weeks, and we are seeing absolutely massive lines at food banks all around the nation.
In such an environment, it was inevitable that there would be a collapse in charitable giving, and it is being reported that major U.S. charities have already “lost billions in revenue”…
Charity organizations have lost billions in revenue during the pandemic, making the sector one of many to seek support from Congress at a time when negotiations over another COVID-19 relief package show little sign of a breakthrough.
We have never seen anything like this before, and things have already gotten so bad that Barna Group president David Kinnaman is projecting that 1 out of every 5 churches in America “could be forced to shut their doors in the next 18 months”…
The president of the Barna Group says it’s possible as many as 1 in 5 churches may not survive the shutdowns and changes brought on by the COVID virus and could be forced to shut their doors in the next 18 months.
In an interview on NPR’s program “Here And Now” earlier this week, Barna Group president David Kinnaman said their surveys show confidence among pastors that their churches will make it through the pandemic has declined from more than 70 percent in May to around 58 percent now.
Jason Whitlock — Sports have become America’s cold Civil War…
Posted by Kane on September 9, 2020 7:07 pm