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Saturday 5 - 20 - 23


Verse(s) for today:

Strength and honour are her clothing; And she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; And in her tongue is the law of kindness.

Proverbs 31:25-26 KJV


Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.

John 14:1-3 KJV


Thy word have I hid in mine heart, That I might not sin against thee.

Psalm 119:11 KJV



Thought(s) for the Day:




We Have PROOF:

We’re filing a major lawsuit against Biden TODAY.

We’ve been warning you of the Deep State’s corruption, how the Deep State bureaucracy is in the back pocket of the radical Left, and how it puts its foot on the scale against conservatives.

NOW WE HAVE PROOF, and we’re going to federal court.

When our own ACLJ Senior Advisor for National Security and Foreign Policy, Ric Grenell, left office as acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the Left in the mainstream media submitted a FOIA for ALL of his emails. In the fastest response we’ve ever seen, the Deep State handed over every single document with minimal redactions.

So, your ACLJ submitted a FOIA request for all of Biden DNI Avril Haines’ emails, and the Biden Deep State has completely ignored us. It’s been over two years . . . and complete silence.

The hypocrisy and partisan hackery of the Deep State are clear.

That’s why today we are filing a major lawsuit against the Deep State – a case that could help us force the Biden Administration to come clean in all our other cases. It’s that big. We’re also about to file at the U.S. Supreme Court in a vital case that could cripple the Deep State’s limitless power.

But as we file our lawsuit, we urgently need you to take action with us.


The Deep State has been shredding the Constitution.

The unelected, unaccountable bureaucracy spent four years targeting the President, undermining the conservative agenda, and violating the rule of law.

Lies, deceptions, leaks, violations of the Espionage Act, weaponizing the intelligence community against Americans, spying on political opponents, IRS targeting the Tea Party, FBI and DOJ corruption at the highest levels – we’ve seen it all.

Now the Deep State bureaucracy is being further empowered by President Biden to undermine everything we’ve fought for.

We MUST stop this. We MUST defend the Constitution. We are needed now more than ever. We’re the last line of defense in court.

Our Government Accountability Project is mobilizing to fight back. We're filing legal demands and lawsuits against the Deep State bureaucracy to:

1) Expose the corruption.

2) Stop the shredding of the Constitution.

3) Defeat the Deep State in court.

Take action with us. Petition To Defeat the Deep State and Defend Our Constitution

[Jay Sekulow] [ACLJ Chief Counsel]




Comparing Euthanasia in Canada to assisted suicide in California.

Alex Schadenberg Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Thursday, May 18, 2023

Daryl Pullman

The Journal Bioethics published an article on May 11, 2023, by Daryl Pullman comparing Canada's experience with euthanasia to California's experience with assisted suicide.

The research article: Slowing the Slide Down the Slippery Slope of Medical Assistance in Dying: Mutual Learnings for Canada and the US provides a significant comparison. Canada legalized MAiD in June 2016 and California legalized assisted suicide in June 2016. In 2021, California's population was 39.24 million and Canada's population was 38.25 million. Pullman outlines his article by stating:

Despite the rapid rise in the number of MAiD deaths during the brief time Canada has had this legislation, not all are convinced Canada is on a slippery slope; many take comfort in the fact that various lower court decisions expanding access to MAiD have gone largely unchallenged by government, taking this as an indication that all is well... Many who in principle are not opposed to MAiD in all circumstances, are nevertheless concerned about the rapid liberalization of MAiD law in Canada that is effectively medicalizing suicide.

Pullman continues:

MAiD became legal in Canada in June 2016, the same month and year that the End of Life Option Act became law in California. While California’s legislation is modeled closely on that of other US jurisdictions which have taken a decidedly conservative approach to the legalization of physician assisted death, Canada looked to established European examples such as those of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, all of which have embraced more liberal approaches. California has a slightly larger population than Canada, so the two jurisdictions provide a natural comparison of how medical assistance in dying has played out over the first 6 years in two North American liberal democracies.

Pullman compares the Canadian euthanasia data to the California assisted suicide data. There were 10,064 reported euthanasia deaths in Canada in 2021 and 31,664 since legalization in 2016. In California there were 486 reported assisted suicide deaths in 2021 and 3,344 since legalization in 2016. Pullman beginswith the first factor, access to an assisted death.

All US jurisdictions with a legalized end-of-life option require that those who wish to exercise it must have an incurable, terminal condition with a life expectancy of six months or less. Although the Canadian legislation enacted in 2016 did not specify a 6 month time frame per se, it did state that to qualify an individual must have a “reasonably foreseeable natural death” (RFND). However, from the outset in Canada, for a variety of reasons, the RFND criterion was interpreted loosely.

Pullman explains that in Canada, the "reasonably foreseeable natural death" requirement that was interpreted loosely, was struck down by a Quebec lower court in the Truchon decision 2019. Pullman states:

The Quebec judgment effectively separates “suffering” from “end-of-life.” It is now clear that the Canadian legislation is not primarily about hastening death for the terminally ill, but more expansively about ending suffering irrespective of the proximity of that suffering to a patient’s natural death.

Since the Truchon decision was not appealed by the federal or Quebec governments, the decision created a more expansive availability for euthanasia in Canada's law and resulted in the passing of Bill C-7 which further expanded Canada's euthanasia law in March 2021. Pullman explains:

Bill C-7, the revised legislation introduced in the wake of the Quebec decision, reiterates the original legislation in emphasizing that whether suffering is deemed unbearable is up to the individual patient to decide. However, under the expanded criterion virtually any person with an irremediable disease, illness or disability deemed to be experiencing an irreversible decline of capability is now eligible. There is no obligation for medical practitioners to ensure that all other medical options for relief of suffering have been explored

Pullman points out that:

Once suffering is separated from end-of-life, and MAiD becomes a first line option for ending subjective suffering, however it is construed, MAiD becomes an efficient solution to a variety of complex problems, medical, social, or otherwise.

Pullman continues:

While MAiD is a fully insured service in all Canadian jurisdictions, there is no guaranteed access to medication, housing, or other social determinants of health that ostensibly contribute to the suffering of Canadians everywhere. In one recent disturbing case, a 51-year old woman suffering from multiple chemical sensitivities received an assisted death when her attempts to find adequate housing, free of cigarette smoke and other chemicals, were unsuccessful (Favaro 2022). Although access to MAiD for those suffering from mental illness will not be permitted legally until 2024, already in 2019 an individual suffering from chronic depression was granted MAiD despite the protests of his family. While such troubling cases are reported in the media from time to time, there appears to be little appetite or capacity among various oversight bodies to challenge them. While continuing efforts are being made to ensure that the revised legislation removes “barriers to access,” the matter of effective monitoring and oversight has been neglected. Indeed what are now described as “barriers” were characterized previously as “safeguards”.

Pullman explains that Bill C-7 led to the medicalization of suicide. It also created a two-tier law whereby people whose "natural death is deemed reasonably foreseeable" could be killed without a waiting period but a person whose natural death is not deemed reasonably foreseeable would have a 90 day waiting period. Canada's euthanasia law may contravene Article 10 of the UN Rights of Persons with Disabilities that Canada ratified in 2010. Pullman writes:

Human rights observers from the United Nations, including the Special Rapporteur on the rights of persons with disabilities, echoed the concerns of disability rights advocates across the country when they expressed alarm that the proposed expansion of Canada’s legislation would put vulnerable persons at risk. While not speaking on behalf of the United Nations per se, the observers nevertheless worried that the proposed expansion was based on ableist assumptions that devalue the lives of persons with disabilities and suggest the revised legislation might contravene Article 10 on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, a document Canada had ratified in 2010.

Pullman explains the difference between euthanasia and assisted suicide deaths.

Another significant difference between Canada and California concerns the mode of death offered under the respective legislations and the role of medical professionals in the process. California, like all US jurisdictions that allow physician assisted death, permits physicians to prescribe a lethal dose of medication, but prohibits them from actively participating in terminating their patient’s lives by administering the medication. This is described as the oral protocol; terminally ill patients are responsible for filling the prescription, and then ingesting it at a time of their choosing should they decide to complete the act. Canada’s legislation is more liberal in that it permits physicians and nurse practitioners to actively end patient’s lives through the administration of a lethal dose of medication intravenously, irrespective of whether the patient is suffering from a terminal illness. While all Canadian jurisdictions (except Quebec) allow for the oral protocol, it is rarely used. Only 7 of the 7,588 MAiD deaths reported in 2020 and 7 of the 10,064 deaths in 2021 utilized the oral protocol.

Another difference between California's assisted suicide law and Canada's euthanasia law is the percentage of people who are approved for an assisted death who change their mind or die a natural death. Pullman explains that in California 30–35% of individuals who were approved for an assisted death either never filled the prescription, or, having filled it, decided against using it, thus dying of natural causes whereas in Canada. In Canada, only 2.5% of individuals deemed to have met the criteria for MAiD in 2020, and 1.9% in 2021, withdrew their request. Health Canada’s 2021 report indicates that 13.1% of those deemed eligible for MAiD died of natural causes before MAiD could be initiated. Once approved for death, Canadians are far more likely to die an assisted death than those in California. Pullman suggests that the low percentage of people who change their mind in Canada suggests a need for closer scrutiny. He writes:

The foregoing raises the question of what constitutes a truly autonomous choice. In light of the dramatic difference in the total numbers of medically assisted deaths in Canada as compared to California and other US jurisdictions, as well as the relatively low number of Canadians who decide against completing the process once initiated, the role of the medical professional in these respective processes demands closer scrutiny.

Pullman further questions the nature of autonomy in Canada's euthanasia law.

Put otherwise, the California protocol aims to ensure that this most momentous and final decision is indeed an autonomous one. The Canadian approach is more ambiguous in this regard. While the proponents of MAiD insist that honoring patient autonomy and individual choice is their driving principle, the role of the health care practitioner in first assessing whether the patient meets the increasingly expansive criteria for an assisted death, and then acting as the direct cause of the patient’s death by administering the lethal medications, renders this claim suspect.

The expanded MAiD criteria has led to nearly every Canadian who request MAiD being approved. Pullman states:

Physicians and other health professionals ostensibly involved in their care can serve as a controlling influence by virtue both of their perceived powerful role in society in general, as well as their direct involvement as care providers, however that care is construed. It is notable in this regard that while only 75% of requests for MAiD in Canada were approved in 2020, 99% were approved in 2021 indicating that assessors are becoming increasingly comfortable with the expanded criteria... This will become a particularly acute concern when the eligibility criterion are expanded yet again to include those suffering from a mental illness, but with no other underlying physical ailment.

Pullman points out the difference with assisted suicide from euthanasia.

California and other US jurisdictions that permit only the oral protocol, mitigate the physician’s potentially coercive influence to some extent by legislating their arms-length participation in the process. While the oral protocol is an option in Canada, it is almost never used, hence its mitigating effects are negligible at best.

Daryll Pullman does not end his article by suggesting that legalizing euthanasia (homicide) is the problem, but rather he suggests that the lack of oversight and the liberal interpretation of the law has led to Canada's acceptance of killing. I disagree Pullman. I am convinced that there is only one clear line, that being, is it acceptable to kill a person or is it not acceptable to kill a person. If it is acceptable to kill a person, even under stringent rules and considered a last resort, then the line has been crossed. Based on equality of opportunity and concerns with discrimination and unjust prohibitions, the law will expand. In fact, once killing is legal it is unjust to not expand the law. If killing a person who is terminally ill and nearing death in order to end suffering is acceptable then it will be acceptable to kill a person who is not nearing death but is also suffering. This is not a slippery slope, it is a logical extension.

[Alex Schadenberg]



Debt Limit Talks Stall as Republicans 'Press Pause':

A top debt ceiling negotiator for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said Friday it's time to “press pause” on talks as negotiations with the White House came to an abrupt standstill at the Capitol.

Rep. Garret Graves, R-La., tapped by McCarthy, R-Calif., to lead the talks, emerged from an hourlong session and said gaps remained between House Republicans and the Democrat administration.

“It’s time to press pause because it’s just not productive,” Graves told reporters.

He added that the negotiations have become “just unreasonable” and that it was unclear when talks would resume.

Wall Street turned lower as talks on raising the nation’s debt limit came to a sudden halt, raising worries that the country could edge closer to risking a highly damaging default on U.S. government debt.

President Joe Biden's administration is racing to strike a deal with Republicans led by McCarthy as the nation careens toward a potentially catastrophic debt default if the government fails to increase the borrowing limit to keep paying the nation's bills.


White House negotiators declined to comment as they left the quick morning session.

Negotiators met for a third day behind closed doors at the Capitol with hopes of settling on an agreement this weekend before possible House votes next week. They face a looming deadline as soon as June 1 when the Treasury Department has said it will run out of cash to pay the government's incurred debt.

Experts have warned that even the threat of a debt default would send shockwaves through the economy.

The S&P 500 went from a gain of 0.3% to a loss of 0.1% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average went from a gain of 117 points to a loss of about 90 points. Markets had been rising this week on hopes of a deal.

Republicans want to extract steep spending cuts that Biden has so far refused to accept. Any deal would need the support of both Republicans and Democrats to find approval in a divided Congress and be passed into law.

Biden who has been in Japan attending the Group of Seven summit had already planned to cut short the rest of his trip. He is expected to return to Washington later Sunday.


Biden departed early from a dinner with G-7 leaders in Hiroshima on Friday night. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Biden planned to be briefed on the negotiations by his team Friday evening.

There was no immediate reaction from the White House to Graves’ comments.

Another Republican negotiator, Rep. Patrick McHenry of North Carolina, said, “There is a “serious gap” between the sides.


“We’re in a tough spot,” said McHenry, the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, as he left the meeting.

As Republicans demand spending cuts and policy changes, Biden is facing increased pushback from Democrats, particularly progressives, not to give in to demands they argue will be harmful to Americans.

McCarthy faces pressures from his hard-right flank to cut the strongest deal possible for Republicans, and he risks a threat to his leadership as speaker if he fails to deliver.

Thursday, the conservative House Freedom Caucus said there should be no further discussions until the Senate takes action on the House Republican bill that was approved last month to raise the debt limit into 2024 in exchange for spending caps and policy changes. Biden has said he would veto that Republican measure.

In the Senate, which is controlled by majority Democrats, the Republican leader Mitch McConnell has taken a back seat publicly and is pushing Biden to strike a deal directly with McCarthy.

McConnell blamed Biden for having “waited months before agreeing to negotiate” with the speaker.

“They are the only two who can reach an agreement,” McConnell said in a tweet. “It is past time for the White House to get serious. Time is of the essence.”


Democrats are wary of any deal with Republicans, and particularly refuse the Republican proposal to protect defense and veterans accounts from spending caps, arguing that the cuts will fall too heavily on other domestic programs.

Republicans also want to impose stricter work requirements on government aid recipients. Biden has suggested he might be open to considering it, but Democrats in Congress have said is a nonstarter.

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Chilling Words from An FBI Whistleblower:

In this episode, I address the explosive FBI corruption hearing and the chilling words that ended the hearing.

Be sure to listen to Dan… he really spells this out – CLEARLY! [Dan Bongino]




Special needs student was insulted by a “woke” teacher for a reason that will have you steaming:

K-12 education has been under a heavy spotlight since the COVID pandemic.

Parents slowly realized what their kids were being taught in schools.

And one special needs student was insulted by a “woke” teacher for a reason that will have you steaming.

A special needs student at Glendale High School in Los Angeles was allegedly called a “bigot” by her teacher for objecting to LBGTQ+ school curricula. Marina Vivar exempted her daughter Thelma Gonzalez from being taught “anything LGBTQ+ or about sexual acts which were gay in nature” during a course on health and relationships, but Vivar claims that her wish was not honored.


According to Fox News, Gonzalez “was taught about sex acts such as scissoring” during the health class.

Vivar took her complaints to the Glendale City Council after the school said that the teacher did not engage in wrongdoing. Vivar told the council that when her daughter said that she did not belong in the class, her daughter was called a “bigot, intolerant and homophobic.” Gonzalez told the city council, “My teachers were going to send me to the principal office when I told them that it was against my beliefs and that I felt uncomfortable.”

Mom gave City Councilmembers an earful after daughter reportedly smeared as “bigot, intolerant and homophobic” by teacher!


However, Glendale High Principal Benjamin Wolf conducted an investigation and sided with the teacher.

Glendale High Communications Director Kristine Nam told Fox News, “The lesson Ms. Vivar is referencing was a general lesson from the health textbook about making healthy decisions in your relationships. The teacher did ask Ms. Vivar’s daughter to refrain from making inappropriate remarks in response to a reference to LGBTQ+ relationships… We have investigated the interaction and have not found any evidence that inappropriate remarks were used by the teacher. We will continue to thoroughly investigate.”

In a separate incident, Gonzalez said she felt uncomfortable undressing in gym class because a male teacher was allegedly present.

Gonzalez said, “I once got in trouble in the girls’ locker room because I did not dress down in front of other people…There are male teachers inside the girls’ locker room talking to Ms. Lewis. Her office [which is inside the locker room] has her door open and there are male teachers inside her office…I never wanted to see that, that’s why I don’t dress out to P.E. I was scared, I was terrified, because I was afraid of an adult male staring at me while I was changing. That’s why I don’t change.”

Nam said that Gonzalez’s description was “inaccurate.” Nevertheless, Vivar and Gonzalez are echoing concerns felt by parents around the country who are furious over policies pushed by “woke” teachers and administrators.

[Unmuzzled News Media]




Suspended Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Garret O'Boyle delivered chilling testimony on Thursday warning his colleagues not to speak out about government corruption after he alleged that the agency left his "family homeless."

During Thursday's House Judiciary Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government hearing, O'Boyle advised future whistleblowers not to come forward about potential FBI corruption because of the alleged retaliation he and his family endured.

North Dakota Republican Rep. Kelly Armstrong asked O'Boyle what advice he would give to future government whistleblowers.


"With all of the hardships you've gone through, if one of your really good friends, your former colleague, came to you and said, 'I have this thing that is being covered up and I think the American people need to know about it,' what advice would you give them?" Armstrong inquired.

O'Boyle replied, "I would tell them first to pray about it, long and hard."

"I would tell them I could take it to Congress for them, or I could put them in touch with Congress," he continued. "But I would advise them not to do it."

Armstrong asked, "You would legitimately try to protect one of your colleagues from doing what you have done?"

"Absolutely," O'Boyle responded without hesitation.

"And how do you think that solves being able to shine light on corruption, weaponization, any kind of misconduct that exists with the American people?" Armstrong questioned.


"It doesn't solve it," O'Boyle candidly replied before giving an eerie warning to future whistleblowers.

"But the FBI will crush you," he continued. "This government will crush you and your family if you try to expose the truth about things they are doing that are wrong."

"We are all examples of that," O'Boyle stated, referring to himself along with two other FBI whistleblowers — former Special Agent Stephen Friend and suspended Supervisory Intelligence Analyst George Hill — who testified in front of Congress Thursday.


Armstrong yielded back his time, concluding, "I can't think of a more sobering way to end a hearing."

The three on-the-record FBI whistleblowers accused the agency of "retaliatory conduct" after they spoke out about the bureau's "abuse and misconduct" and "politicized rot."

A report released Thursday by the committee revealed allegations that the FBI unjustly investigated Americans and pressured staff to "reclassify cases as domestic violent extremism (DVE), and even manufactured DVE cases where they may not otherwise exist."


According to O'Boyle, after he came forward with the allegations, the FBI relocated him to an office on the other side of the country. O'Boyle claimed that when he arrived for his first day of work at the new field office, he was informed by the FBI that he was being placed on unpaid suspension.


The whistleblower stated that the agency effectively left him and his family "homeless" and prevented him from accessing their belongings, which were still in FBI storage because of the recent relocation.

The FBI continues to deny the whistleblowers' allegations.

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A rumor circulating on the Internet claims that a large radioactive cloud is drifting over Europe. A video of a huge explosion in western Ukraine reportedly shows a mushroom cloud over a depleted uranium storage facility that was hit by Russian missiles. There are reports that radiation levels are rising in the aftermath of the strike. The International Atomic Energy Agency has dismissed the radiation claims as false.

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Ron Taylor:

The Return of the gods

In 1607 a group of English settlers landed in what is now known as Virginia. They planted a cross on the beach of the Atlantic Ocean, and their leader, Pastor Robert Hunt, offered a prayer of dedication and covenant for the new land. America was dedicated to the Lord and to the Gospel.

“Covenant communities” were formed as the land was settled by Christians. The constitutions of many, if not all, states required that in order to hold public office the candidate had to be a Christian. (This is no longer the case.) Many of the people mistakenly called “Indians” and later recognized as indigenous Americans abandoned their pagan spirituality and became Believers in the Lord Jesus. The pagan spirits that dwelt in this land were being driven out. In effect, the land was being cleansed of wicked spirits.

America, and later the United States, was blessed by the Lord. When we honored the Lord, the Lord favored us and honored the covenant that was made hundreds of years ago. But when we ceased to honor the Lord, then the Lord in His righteousness began to withdraw His favor from America.

The movement to replace God, and therefore His Holy Spirit, was recognized about the time when praying and reading the Bible were removed from our schools. This was followed by legalizing the blood sacrifice of innocent, unborn children, also known as abortion. Soon the Christmas holiday became known as “winter festival” in government schools. The Lord and His son Jesus were being systematically removed from our culture.

I cannot say when this effort achieved its goal, but in 2009 Barack Obama, as leader of the United States, declared that this nation was no longer a Christian nation.

Jonathan Cahn, a Jewish Messianic Believer and pastor of a large Christian church, has written several successful books including The Harbinger. The premise of his latest book, The Return of the Gods, is based on a parable told by the Lord Jesus.

“When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest; and finding none, he saith, I will return unto my house whence I came out. And when he cometh, he findeth it swept and garnished. Then goeth he, and taketh to him seven other spirits more wicked than himself; and they enter in, and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first.” – Luke 11:24-26

The parable is about a man who had been cleansed of an evil spirit. The spirit, seeking rest and not finding it, declared that it would return to the man it had possessed. Because the man had not replaced the evil spirit with the Holy Spirit, the evil spirit was able to return and bring seven other spirits more wicked than the original one.

The spirit of Christianity is being displaced in the United States, and it is being replaced with principalities, powers, rulers of darkness and wicked spirits – various levels of rank of demonic beings. How else to explain the irrational behavior of governmental authorities? How else to explain the insanity of someone entering a school to kill children? How else to explain a man killing random persons because of their race, or entering a shopping mall to kill anyone there?

The Apostle Paul gave us the answer:

“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” – Ephesians 6:12

It is good to know and helpful to understand what is going on. We are in a spiritual battle. We always have been, but the demonic activity of Satan is becoming more evident. Our task is also more evident, which is to do our part in this great battle.

How blessed we are to be the children of the Most High God, and to be able to call Him “Father.” Fear not, because “greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.” (I John 4:4) Praise our mighty Heavenly Father always!

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