This election has become even more important than ever before. Regardless of whether a justice to the Supreme Court is confirmed before the election or not, both scenarios could bring more violence and destruction.
Our Constitution and the extent of governmental control is at stake. Hell will break forth in the coming weeks, but we must stand firm. Prayer before the fact is a weapon to use against the agitators. The battle is the Lord’s. Our weapon is prayer. Become the remnant that sees ahead and prays ahead.
We must pray and vote as if our 244 year experiment in freedom and equality is on the line. It is! Our very existence as we know it depends on what we do in the next few weeks.
Ginsburg died Friday evening from complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.
enate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday night after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that President Trump’s nominee to replace Ginsburg will get a Senate vote.
Ginsburg died Friday evening from complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. She was 87.
McConnell’s announcement will almost certainly touch off a partisan fight, considering Trump could lose reelection in roughly 45 days when voters go to the polls Nov. 3.
If the Republicans don’t attempt to get a Supreme Court nominee confirmed before Election Day then when you look up, “political malpractice” in the dictionary, all of their faces will appear. @DavidBrodyCBN
US accuses Hezbollah of stockpiling weapons and ammonium nitrate across Europe
State department’s Nathan Sales says group ‘represents clear and present danger to the US’ and urges Europe to take tougher line.
Those governing at the national level in Sudan have agreed to separate religion and government, eliminating Islamic Shariah law as controlling, under an agreement brokered by the chief of the World Food Program.
usan Sandler, the daughter of billionaire banking giants Herb and Marion Sandler, announced Monday that she is investing $200 million in “racial justice groups” as part of an effort to build a liberal infrastructure in states “undergoing rapid demographic change” such as Texas, Florida, and Georgia. The move from Sandler, a longtime donor to Democratic candidates and groups, is the start of a transition away from the short-term world of supporting campaigns to a long-term effort at building power, according to the Times.
The source of Sandler’s cash injection is her parents’ subprime mortgage company, Golden West Financial Corp., which was sold to Wachovia Bank in 2006 for a reported $25 billion. The couple built its fortune by offering millions of adjustable-rate mortgage loans to individuals, many of whom couldn’t afford them and eventually defaulted on their homes.
While the Sandlers came away with billions of dollars, many blame the loans they offered for causing the burst of the U.S. housing bubble and resulting financial crisis of 2007. The defaulted loans cost Wachovia billions of dollars, forcing it to merge with Wells Fargo, which eventually agreed to pay a $50 million settlement to borrowers who were misled by the Sandlers.
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
GOP Voter Registrations in Battleground State Pennsylvania Soar
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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)