In a blow to religious freedom, the U.S. Senate voted to overcome a Republican filibuster against an amendment to the so-called “Respect for Marriage” Act, clearing the way for the passage of a bill that critics say is “dangerous,” “deceptive,” and “harmful” to Christian businesspeople and nonprofits soon to face legal harassment.
These Congressman decided to vote against religious freedom. Notice who is on the list.
The 47 House Republicans who voted for the “Respect for Marriage” Act are:
January 6th was a false flag, and a warning for all conservatives in the U.S. There is no doubt in my mind that every one of the ruling class that inhabit the halls of Congress knew and were prepared for the so called insurrection. Looking back we know the doors were opened and the “insurrectionist” were invited into the Capitol. Why?
Number 1, it was a way to get all on board to certify the stolen 2020 election. A small group of Republicans promised to call for investigation into the election, after they reconvened they all fell in line with the “Ruling Class.”
Number 2, it was a warning for the future. We are in charge and we can do anything we want. It is a shame no one in D.C. of either party seems concerned about the lives that have been destroyed over this event.
Warning, don’t do it again or suffer consequences. Unfortunately we seem to have a uni-party in Washington. Yes there are a small number of staunch Patriots that serve us, but they are in the minority. Our Republican leadership is feckless, weak and seduced with power. Until that changes, nothing ever will. IMO.
If it doesn’t change, and from the looks of this election it hasn’t, we are on the verge of losing our Republic. God save the United States of America.
Midterm elections here in the United States are just around the corner. They are less than three weeks away. I believe that the Republicans will win the house back easily with a large substantial margin of victory, the Senate will also be turned over into the hands of Republicans. My biggest fear, which is always my fear with the Republican leadership, is do they have the stomach or the gonads to stand up against the democratic party. Too often McConnell and McCarthy have a tendency to grab defeat out of the jaws of victory. If only we had people of character in the leader ship of the republican party we might actually change this nation back to a moral compass of which it was founded on. Too often we have a uni party in the United States. All politicians want the same thing, our money, our constitutional authority and a way to control the people.
Do I really think anything will change after this election? No not really. Of course there will be changes and it will be a better place to live and gas prices will eventually come down and the 401(k)s will eventually go up. But the course of this once great sovereign country is on the down trend. We need true conservative moral leadership and unless the swamp or the ruling class creatures in Washington DC are defeated and gone, we will never really change. Do I sound defeated, maybe, but possibly a spark of the true American spirit lives on.
Pray, Engage, and Impact. rh
10/12/2022 01:39:15 PM Talia Wise
A former United States ambassador for religious freedom says Chase Bank abruptly closed an account associated with his nonpartisan, faith-based nonprofit organization with little explanation.
The National Committee for Religious Freedom (NCRF), a 501(c)4 political action nonprofit, opened an account with Chase in April.
According to Sam Brownback, the group’s chairman and the former U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom under the Trump administration, the bank decided to “end their relationship” with NCRF and close the account after only three weeks.
“We were surprised at being canceled by Chase,” Brownback wrote in an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner. When our executive director called to see if this was an error, he was informed that ‘a note in the file read that Chase employees were not permitted to provide any further clarifying information to the customer.'”
A Nevada aerospace entrepreneur has donated $10 million to support Florida Gov. Ron Desantis’s re-election campaign.
News of the $10 million donation was published by the Friends of Ron DeSantis Statewide political committee on its website on Thursday. The donation was made on July 7 and is the largest single contribution that DeSantis, a Republican, has received.
The donor is Robert Bigelow, the founder of Bigelow Aerospace, a “general contracting, research and development company” located in Las Vegas attempting to develop an “expandable habitat” in space.
The donation comes amid speculation about whether DeSantis will announce his candidacy for president in 2024.
Bigelow’s contribution is so large that it dwarfs The total combined donations made by DeSantis’s democratic competitors as of July 1.
The political committee has so far raised more than $130 million to “support and discuss” DeSantis in Florida. Record show the committee has Garnered a significant amount of financial contributions from big donors to macro donors alike.
That is my governor and he is a rock star. He will be President one day. Take that to the bank. rh
Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, and Chief Medical Advisor to President Biden, Anthony Fauci, testified on Thursday before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. 81-year-old Dr. Fauci had to testify virtually from his home, where he is isolating after he…
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Why was the door propped open? Why did law enforcement stand down? Why is the timeline so confusing? Why is there a governmental race to ban guns or at the very least to put restrictions on them? Even so called pro 2nd amendment types are scurrying to microphones to agree to pass serious legislation to limit guns. I want answers, but we know no answers are forthcoming.
America has no farther than it’s own cities of Chicago and New York among others to realize gun restriction never keeps guns and gun violence out of communities.
My fear is that we could be on a slippery slope toward losing our constitutional rights of gun ownership. If that were ever to happen, America as we now it will be done for! Look no further than Australia and it’s heavy handed approach to it’s citizens to see our future.
I refuse to participate in the new normal. I refuse to give up my guns, and so will multiple millions of other patriotic freedom loving Americans!