• https://hannity.com/media-room/its-official-dc-city-council-votes-to-ditch-columbus-day-chooses-indigenous-peoples-day/
    https://hannity.com/media-room/its-official-dc-city-council-votes-to-ditch-columbus-day-chooses-indigenous-peoples-day/
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  • Our Freedom September 28 Trust in the LORD with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6

    Some people think they are cyborgs more than Christ’s disciples. The cyborg, in current science fiction, is a mix of human and mechanical parts. So, there are people who believe God controls them in cold robotic fashion. But God’s promise includes our freedom and His control—a paradox. God lives within us, and we flow with His life when we are submitted to Him.

    The person under God’s control is the freest of all. A man or woman living through Christ chooses freely, but filled with the Holy Spirit, when they choose what He wants, they automatically choose what they want. https://mailchi.mp/49ac4541f390/his-image-453093?e=9cbe669f39
    Our Freedom September 28 Trust in the LORD with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6 Some people think they are cyborgs more than Christ’s disciples. The cyborg, in current science fiction, is a mix of human and mechanical parts. So, there are people who believe God controls them in cold robotic fashion. But God’s promise includes our freedom and His control—a paradox. God lives within us, and we flow with His life when we are submitted to Him. The person under God’s control is the freest of all. A man or woman living through Christ chooses freely, but filled with the Holy Spirit, when they choose what He wants, they automatically choose what they want. https://mailchi.mp/49ac4541f390/his-image-453093?e=9cbe669f39
    Our Freedom
    The person under God’s control is the freest of all.
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  • https://dailyarchives.org/index.php/news/2640-hungary-rejects-migration-chooses-more-white-children?utm_source=History+Teacher&utm_campaign=4ec99f5b6b-MailChimp-2019-04-27_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_87ae3289cb-4ec99f5b6b-23572031
    https://dailyarchives.org/index.php/news/2640-hungary-rejects-migration-chooses-more-white-children?utm_source=History+Teacher&utm_campaign=4ec99f5b6b-MailChimp-2019-04-27_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_87ae3289cb-4ec99f5b6b-23572031
    Hungary Rejects Migration, Chooses More White Children
    Taking steps to address the real existential threat.
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  • The on going court case about a father being charged for abuse over his daughter, because the doctor's claim the child can decide what gender she chooses. Daughter wants sex change from girl to boy.
    Parents lose rights to raise their children.
    https://youtu.be/sSXdpWjSJSg
    The on going court case about a father being charged for abuse over his daughter, because the doctor's claim the child can decide what gender she chooses. Daughter wants sex change from girl to boy. Parents lose rights to raise their children. https://youtu.be/sSXdpWjSJSg
    Are Canadian Parents Loosing Their Rights???
    Press For Truth speaks with Angelina Ireland about this ongoing case, the current state of parental rights in Canada. For more from Press For Truth please vi...
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  • People who have a religion or not, will see the light of this world if it is viewed with open eyes. Any religious book that fulfills the words within it, can be classified as truth. After so much time these words become part of history, it is this time in history when so much truth is displayed.

    Weather we choose to view with open eyes or not, the truth will continue to be fulfilled. We live in a world where there is only two religions, Islam and Christianity.

    The Koran chooses to use violence to add to their flock, this is not the moral way. Everyone has a choice, to follow whom ever they please. This brings me to this post, we can understand why Christianity is hated through the world.

    https://youtu.be/Pbwa3Y9VuXc
    People who have a religion or not, will see the light of this world if it is viewed with open eyes. Any religious book that fulfills the words within it, can be classified as truth. After so much time these words become part of history, it is this time in history when so much truth is displayed. Weather we choose to view with open eyes or not, the truth will continue to be fulfilled. We live in a world where there is only two religions, Islam and Christianity. The Koran chooses to use violence to add to their flock, this is not the moral way. Everyone has a choice, to follow whom ever they please. This brings me to this post, we can understand why Christianity is hated through the world. https://youtu.be/Pbwa3Y9VuXc
    Jesus Warns Us to Flee Islam's Great City Mecca
    In the Bible, Jesus warns us that a great city will attract people from all nations to worship a false god. Jesus also describes the great city as being like...
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  • How is it possible for a MAN to have a statue created honoring WOMEN? Has the population lost their minds?
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/for-statues-honoring-women-ny-first-lady-nixes-vote-winner-st-frances-chooses-drag-queens
    How is it possible for a MAN to have a statue created honoring WOMEN? Has the population lost their minds? https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/for-statues-honoring-women-ny-first-lady-nixes-vote-winner-st-frances-chooses-drag-queens
    For statues honoring women, NY first lady nixes vote-winner St. Frances, chooses drag queens
    The 'She Built NYC' program was meant to honor women with more statues depicting females. St. Frances Xavier Cabrini got the most votes, but First Lady Chirlane McCray wanted drag queens instead.
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  • "30% of American millennials say they are lonely. Over 20% report they have no friends; 25% claim to have no close ones. Many even insist that they have no acquaintances."

    This is most likely the cause of the feeling of despair which leads unstable people to commit heinous crimes & go on a stabbing or shooting spree to harm/kill random people. Too many people rely on social media for their friendships, never really learning what a real life friend actually is. While social media allows us to communicate in ways we could not in the past, it also causes some people to not understand true social interaction and leads to these types of feelings of loneliness and despair. This is the cause that we should be trying to remedy as opposed to outlawing whatever device someone chooses to employ when they go off the deep end . . .

    https://tinyurl.com/y5cuoujy
    "30% of American millennials say they are lonely. Over 20% report they have no friends; 25% claim to have no close ones. Many even insist that they have no acquaintances." This is most likely the cause of the feeling of despair which leads unstable people to commit heinous crimes & go on a stabbing or shooting spree to harm/kill random people. Too many people rely on social media for their friendships, never really learning what a real life friend actually is. While social media allows us to communicate in ways we could not in the past, it also causes some people to not understand true social interaction and leads to these types of feelings of loneliness and despair. This is the cause that we should be trying to remedy as opposed to outlawing whatever device someone chooses to employ when they go off the deep end . . . https://tinyurl.com/y5cuoujy
    The crisis of American loneliness
    A recent survey paints a bleak picture of modern America
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  • You see, it's not the weapon -- it's the person and the reasons people commit this carnage is what intelligent society would be seeking instead of trying to outlaw knives and guns and anything else some angered vermin chooses to us as their 'tool of choice' . . .

    Guns don't shoot themselves.
    Knives don't stab on their own
    Baseball bats don't smash heads by themselves

    https://apnews.com/5e44f7bd106f4fce8da21c2c11f334fc
    You see, it's not the weapon -- it's the person and the reasons people commit this carnage is what intelligent society would be seeking instead of trying to outlaw knives and guns and anything else some angered vermin chooses to us as their 'tool of choice' . . . Guns don't shoot themselves. Knives don't stab on their own Baseball bats don't smash heads by themselves https://apnews.com/5e44f7bd106f4fce8da21c2c11f334fc
    4 dead, 2 wounded in Southern California stabbings
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who was "full of anger" went on a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in Southern California, killing four people and wounding two others, authorities said...
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  • Man Arrested, Facing a Year in Prison for Telling Police They are ‘Pissing on the Constitution’ - After police refused to respond to his calls for assistance, a Texas man gave police a peaceful piece of his mind, but it landed him in jail.
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-arrested-facing-a-year-in-prison-for-telling-police-they-are-pissing-on-the-constitution/
    By Matt Agorist - May 5, 2019

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — (TRI) Warning that the government must not be given the power to criminalize speech it deems distasteful or annoying, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop the prosecution of a Texas man who faces up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine for sending emails to police criticizing them for failing to respond to his requests for assistance.

    In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that the prosecution of Scott Ogle for sending complaints to a sheriff’s office, including one email stating that officials were “pissing” on the Constitution, violates the First Amendment’s safeguards for freedom of speech and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    Moreover, Institute attorneys argue that the Texas law under which Ogle was charged, which makes it a crime to send “annoying,” “alarming” or “harassing” electronic messages, is so overbroad that it could be used to punish a negative review of a restaurant posted online or caustic Facebook posts.

    “It was Justice William O. Douglas who affirmed the right of Americans to speak softly or angrily to government officials, even if our words challenge and annoy.

    We need not stay docile and quiet, nor must we bow submissively to authority and speak with awe and reverence to those who represent us.

    That is the genius of the First Amendment,” said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People.

    “Nowhere in the First Amendment does it permit the government to limit speech in order to avoid causing offense, hurting someone’s feelings, safeguarding government secrets, protecting government officials, insulating judges from undue influence, discouraging bullying, penalizing hateful ideas and actions, eliminating terrorism, combating prejudice and intolerance, and the like.”

    In 2016, a frustrated Scott Ogle emailed the Hays County Sheriff’s Office over their alleged inattention to his requests for help. In his emails, Ogle accused one officer of “[being] your typical arrogant, condescending, belligerent self who chooses to look the other way.”

    Another email stated “you have a Constitution to uphold, son, you’re pissing on it” and referred to a deputy as a “little bitch” and a “little state weasel.”

    Based on these emails, Ogle was charged with a crime under a provision of Texas’ Penal Code for making “repeated electronic messages in a manner reasonably likely to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend another.”

    The law also requires that the messages be sent with the same intent. A violation of this statute is punishable by up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine.

    Prior to trial, Ogle’s lawyer argued that the statute violates the First Amendment—which affirms the rights to freedom of speech and to petition the government for a redress of grievances—because it criminalizes a substantial amount of constitutionally-protected speech.

    However, both the state trial and appellate courts rejected Ogle’s constitutional defense.

    In asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review Ogle’s case and strike down the Texas statute, The Rutherford Institute argues that even if Ogle’s emails were in bad taste, the government must not have the power to judge and punish speech because of its judgment that the speech is rude.

    Pointing out that statutes similar to the one being applied to Ogle have been held unconstitutional by other state and federal courts, Institute attorneys have also urged the Supreme Court to resolve the conflict between those rulings and the ruling in Ogle’s case.

    Affiliate attorney Chris Moriarty assisted The Rutherford Institute in presenting its arguments.

    The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties organization, provides legal assistance at no charge to individuals whose constitutional rights have been threatened or violated.
    Man Arrested, Facing a Year in Prison for Telling Police They are ‘Pissing on the Constitution’ - After police refused to respond to his calls for assistance, a Texas man gave police a peaceful piece of his mind, but it landed him in jail. https://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-arrested-facing-a-year-in-prison-for-telling-police-they-are-pissing-on-the-constitution/ By Matt Agorist - May 5, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. — (TRI) Warning that the government must not be given the power to criminalize speech it deems distasteful or annoying, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop the prosecution of a Texas man who faces up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine for sending emails to police criticizing them for failing to respond to his requests for assistance. In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that the prosecution of Scott Ogle for sending complaints to a sheriff’s office, including one email stating that officials were “pissing” on the Constitution, violates the First Amendment’s safeguards for freedom of speech and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Moreover, Institute attorneys argue that the Texas law under which Ogle was charged, which makes it a crime to send “annoying,” “alarming” or “harassing” electronic messages, is so overbroad that it could be used to punish a negative review of a restaurant posted online or caustic Facebook posts. “It was Justice William O. Douglas who affirmed the right of Americans to speak softly or angrily to government officials, even if our words challenge and annoy. We need not stay docile and quiet, nor must we bow submissively to authority and speak with awe and reverence to those who represent us. That is the genius of the First Amendment,” said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People. “Nowhere in the First Amendment does it permit the government to limit speech in order to avoid causing offense, hurting someone’s feelings, safeguarding government secrets, protecting government officials, insulating judges from undue influence, discouraging bullying, penalizing hateful ideas and actions, eliminating terrorism, combating prejudice and intolerance, and the like.” In 2016, a frustrated Scott Ogle emailed the Hays County Sheriff’s Office over their alleged inattention to his requests for help. In his emails, Ogle accused one officer of “[being] your typical arrogant, condescending, belligerent self who chooses to look the other way.” Another email stated “you have a Constitution to uphold, son, you’re pissing on it” and referred to a deputy as a “little bitch” and a “little state weasel.” Based on these emails, Ogle was charged with a crime under a provision of Texas’ Penal Code for making “repeated electronic messages in a manner reasonably likely to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend another.” The law also requires that the messages be sent with the same intent. A violation of this statute is punishable by up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine. Prior to trial, Ogle’s lawyer argued that the statute violates the First Amendment—which affirms the rights to freedom of speech and to petition the government for a redress of grievances—because it criminalizes a substantial amount of constitutionally-protected speech. However, both the state trial and appellate courts rejected Ogle’s constitutional defense. In asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review Ogle’s case and strike down the Texas statute, The Rutherford Institute argues that even if Ogle’s emails were in bad taste, the government must not have the power to judge and punish speech because of its judgment that the speech is rude. Pointing out that statutes similar to the one being applied to Ogle have been held unconstitutional by other state and federal courts, Institute attorneys have also urged the Supreme Court to resolve the conflict between those rulings and the ruling in Ogle’s case. Affiliate attorney Chris Moriarty assisted The Rutherford Institute in presenting its arguments. The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties organization, provides legal assistance at no charge to individuals whose constitutional rights have been threatened or violated.
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  • Seems like the USA is behind all coups and take downs of any country it chooses, and will create the situation to pretend its helping.
    Seems like the USA is behind all coups and take downs of any country it chooses, and will create the situation to pretend its helping.
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