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Saturday 7-8-23

Saturday 7 – 8 - 23

Verse(s) for today:

Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.

Hebrews 13:8 KJV

Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

Joshua 1:9 KJV

The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

John 1:29 KJV

Thought(s) for the Day:

Ban SOGI 123 and Planned Parenthood in Saskatchewan:

I wanted to let you know that our friends at Action4Canada have launched a petition against Planned Parenthood and SOGI 123 to the provincial Saskatchewan government; since it has been discovered that Planned Parenthood is actively helping activist teachers in Saskatchewan push for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) 123 upon children. Unsurprisingly, SOGI's primary goal is to convince children that the social constructs of gender are fluid, disregarding the truth that all children already know: humanity is only made up of biological MEN and WOMEN. Demand that Dustin Ducan, Minister of Education, permanently bans SOGI 123 and Planned Parenthood from Saskatchewan schools starting this September. SOGI's threat to kids is so significant that Action4Canada has filed a Notice of Liability (NOL). The NOL outlines how SOGI becomes an avenue to expose minors to sexually explicit, pornographic, and inappropriate learning resources, activities, and events. The material covered in SOGI is shocking as it teaches children to: Masturbate, Experiment sexually with the same sex, Consume pornographic cartoon material depicting minors engaged in explicit sexual activity, Attend events with nudity, sexually explicit acts, and sexual paraphernalia. Remind the Minister of Education of the threat SOGI and Planned Parenthood pose to children! On June 22, 2023, Minister Ducan suspended Planned Parenthood from the province’s public schools after a Twitter account sparked parental outrage when Planned Parenthood was found bringing sexually graphic "A-Z Sex Cards" to a grade 9 school presentation. Each card has a cartoon drawing for every letter directly related to a sexually explicit term. While Planned Parenthood is currently barred from Saskatchewan schools, Minister Ducan mentioned he does not “think this precludes [Planned Parenthood] from, in the future, being a part of delivering resources and information into the classroom.” We must continue the pressure against Minister Ducan and demand that he permanently expels Planned Parenthood and SOGI 123 from the classroom entirely. Call upon Dustin Duncan, Minister of Education, to NEVER ALLOW SOGI 123 and Planned Parenthood back into schools. Let's continue this fight - for our children, families, and future, Gregory Tomchyshyn and the entire CitizenGO Team P.S. Remember to sign and share this email with your family, friends, and social networks, urging them to help us stop radical sex education in school. More information: LifeSiteNews: Saskatchewan education minister bans Planned Parenthood from schools after pornographic cards shown in class Action4Canada: Notice of Liability

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Urgent. Please read the letter below addressed to Dustin Duncan, SK Minister of Education, and sign and share the petition to ban the SOGI 123 learning resource and to defund and ban Planned Parenthood.

The Saskatchewan Minister of Education, Dustin Duncan, recently suspended Planned Parenthood for providing Grade 9 students with sexually graphic "A-Z Sex Cards". However, Duncan added, “I don’t think that this precludes them from, in the future, being a part of delivering resources and information into the classroom”. A suspension is not nearly good enough, as this is not an isolated incident. Planned Parenthood poses a viable threat to children and therefore must to be permanently banned from having access to them.

Also, in April 2023, Action4Canada served a SOGI 123 Notice of Liability (NOL), letters and an information package to Minister Duncan upon learning that Saskatchewan has approved the launch of the SOGI 123 learning resource into all schools starting in September 2023. The NOL alerted Minister Duncan of the harms that are directly resulting from SOGI 123 and the risk of personal legal liability. Therefore, we are further respectfully demanding that SOGI 123 be revoked and permanently banned.

Please Sign and Share the Petition and see the links below to Join Action4Canada and review our resources related to this issue.

Resources and Information to Counter the Political LGBTQ Agenda

SOGI 123/Wynne Sex Ed

In Depth Webinar Report on SOGI 123/Wynne Sex Ed

Join Action4Canada

Joe Biden still working on student debt loan forgiveness despite Supreme Court decision:

President Joe Biden will once again attempt to ram through student loan forgiveness after it was struck down by the Supreme Court, the Western Journal reported. The high court ruled 6-3 that the plan was unconstitutional.

"I believe the court’s decision to strike down my student debt relief program today was a mistake, was wrong," Biden said of the ruling. "I’m not going to stop fighting to deliver borrowers what they need, particularly those at the bottom end of the economic scale," he added.

"So, we need to find a new way. And we’re moving as fast as we can," the president continued.

"Today’s decision has closed one path, now we’re going to pursue another," Biden promised. In a move curiously timed just ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, Biden proposed a student loan forgiveness program that would eliminate up to $20,000 in loans for certain borrowers.

With his reelection bid on the horizon, Biden is promising to take another crack at the handout. The White House announced that the president was working with Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona to implement a "new rulemaking process" laid out in the 1965 Higher Education Act.

It confers the power to "compromise, waive or release" student debt to the secretary of education and allows for a process known as negotiated rulemaking, which involves gathering interested parties to find a consensus. According to former Trump administration education official Michael Brickman, this could take up to two years to hash out and demonstrates Biden's disregard for the law.

"The Supreme Court has told them no, and yet they’re undeterred," Brickman said. “I’m sure there’s a population out there that really admires that. But at some point, the Constitution is the Constitution, and you have to just kind of accept that."

The details of the proposed plan include suspending monthly repayments for those making below 225% of the poverty level, which works out to about $15 an hour or minimum wage in some places. Borrowers are also encouraged to sign up for the Saving on a Valuable Education plan which is very generous to borrowers.

This gives them the ability to miss payments and not be penalized as long as they enroll between October 1, 2023, and September 30, 2024. As good as this all sounds for borrowers, Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Caleb Kruckenberg believes this plan is a step in the wrong direction.

The fact that it applies to so many borrowers make it costly and makes loan forgiveness possible in just a decade. "In other words, while styled as a rule that simply tinkers with the details of existing income-based repayment programs, it effectively does the same work as the cancellation effort: It writes off the debts of millions of college-educated borrowers," he wrote for the New York Post.

Kruckenberg also said it "does so permanently" and could be as much as $361 billion in costs over a decade by Penn Wharton Budget Model predictions. "Estimates that account for tuition inflation and future borrowing costs put government expenditures as high as $1 trillion," he wrote.

“[I]f the Education Department truly has the power to set any terms for repayment it sees fit, even if it means spending a trillion dollars of taxpayer money, then Congress has unlawfully given away its legislative power and allowed spending without proper appropriations,” Kruckenberg wrote. "As we celebrate the death of formal debt cancellation and a win for checks and balances, we need to get ready for an even more critical fight over IDR," he wrote.

"Without judicial intervention, not only is the soundness of the entire student-loan system in jeopardy, but the very structure of the Constitution is, once again, under attack." Kruckenberg is right, but Biden doesn't care.

Student loan forgiveness is something Biden is intent on getting through since it's a way to buy votes. It doesn't matter to him that it may be illegal and is certainly immoral as long as he has what he needs to get reelected.

[American Digest]

All Eyes Are on Hunter Amid Cocaine Scandal:

The discovery of cocaine in the White House on Sunday has prompted several Republicans to hone in on President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, as a potential culprit—despite little evidence to suggest he was behind the discovery.

The small baggie of drugs was found in a high-traffic area of the West Wing where guests on tours of the building leave their phones and other belongings—while the president’s entire family was away on vacation for the Fourth of July weekend.

On Wednesday’s broadcast of Hannity, however, Rep. James Comer (R-KY) stated multiple times that he had concerns about Hunter Biden, who has openly spoken of a prior addiction to crack cocaine but claims to have been sober for years.

“Obviously there are a lot of explanations that could be made for what happened there,” Comer began before talking at length about the 53-year-old first son.

“We are concerned about the fact that the president’s son, who we’ve said for seven months now is a risk to our national security, is spending so much time in the White House,” Comer said.

“The people that he associated himself with for a four-year time period are very questionable characters,” continued the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, who has made questionable allegations of a “bribery scheme” involving President Biden. “Many of them are incarcerated. Many of them are in court and are currently going through many trials of potential wrongdoing. And of course, drug use. There are pictures. He took pictures of himself smoking crack while he was driving. Pictures of himself in his laptop. It would be difficult to deny that. So we are concerned about that.”

Comer’s sentiment could be heard earlier in the day from Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) during an interview on Fox.

“[President Biden] continues to have somebody with a history of drug addiction in the White House,” Issa said on The Story With Martha MacCallum. “It is not a small problem that we find cocaine after Hunter Biden has been in The White House. And people roll their eyes and say, ‘You know, we’ve never had this before. What’s changed?’”

Similarly, Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene singled out Hunter Biden in a tweet Wednesday afternoon.

“Don’t worry @PressSec, we Oversight Republicans are going to ask Secret Service about cocaine found in the WH,” Greene wrote, in reference to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre directing a reporter’s questions to the Secret Service, which is conducting an investigation.

“I’d also like to know if WH staff and admin, as well as Hunter Biden, can all pass a drug test,” Greene added. “And what list of meds or drugs is Joe taking?”

Failed Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake also joined in, saying on Newsmax that if she were a member of law enforcement, she would “start by asking a few questions of Hunter Biden.”

Yet it was none other than former President Donald Trump who tried to make the most direct argument about the source of the illegal substance.

“Does anybody really believe that the COCAINE found in the West Wing of the White House, very close to the Oval Office, is for the use of anyone other than Hunter & Joe Biden?” Trump wrote in a Truth Social post,lobbing the accusation not only at Hunter Biden but the president as well.

At least one Fox host, however, spoke out about the “cheap shots” Republicans were throwing at the younger Biden. Anchor Cheryl Casone said during the network’s midday panel show Outnumbered: “He is a recovering addict. Nobody wants to see him regress or slip back into addiction. And I think the comments were tasteless.”

President Biden on Wednesday did not respond to reporters’ hurried questions on the subject at the conclusion of a meeting with the Swedish prime minister.

[Patriot Digest Media]

Joe Biden is a failure of a Commander-in-Chief. The latest news proves it.

Because the U.S. Military just sent Biden a report that made his head spin.

The Defense Suicide Prevention Office at the Pentagon reported that the number of military suicides climbed by 25% in the first period of 2023 when compared to the same period the previous year.

A total of 94 active-duty service members committed themselves between January 1 and March 31, 2023, according to the study; this represents a 25% increase from the previous year’s first-quarter total of 74 suicides.

This comprises 12 new regular army soldiers, 6 new Marines, 1 new Air Force member, 2 new members in each of the four main branches’ Reserves, and 4 new suicides among the Army and Air National Guard.

According to the study, there have been no suicides among the newly formed Space Force.

This year’s tally of 94 suicides is higher than the 83-year quarterly average (dating back to 2016), yet it is still below the greatest quarterly total.

In the third quarter of 2020, the office recorded 113 suicides; in the fourth quarter, 101; and in the final quarter of 2019, 101.

According to the data, the number of suicides recorded during the second quarter of 2017 was the lowest quarterly total recorded during the era.

It was cautioned in the paper, nevertheless, that readers should approach the data with caution.

Suicide counts do not take into account changes in population growth; therefore, the report advises caution when making comparisons among groups and/or interpreting variations in suicide counts over time. Rates normalize for variations in sample sizes and allow for more consistent comparisons over time and between categories.

The Army had the highest suicide rate, with 49 soldiers taking their own lives during the quarter compared to only 37 the year before.

According to an Army spokeswoman quoted in Air Force Times, the service is “working urgently but deliberately” to address concerns.

According to Stars and Stripes, the Department of Defense passed the Brandon Act, which makes it easier for service members to seek out mental health services without fear of retaliation.

Beth Foster, executive director of the Pentagon’s Force Resiliency Office, told Stars and Stripes in the fall of 2020, when the 2021 Annual Report on Suicide in the Military was released, that “there is still a gradual increasing trend for suicide in the military over a 10-year period,” and that a sustained long-term reduction in suicide rates would indicate success.

The news agency claims that in 2020 there were 29 commits for every 100,000 soldiers. That is up from 17.5 just ten years prior in 2010.

The consensus, then, is that suicide is a growing problem for the U.S. military and there’s no clear answer on what to do to shore up the mental health issues that are popping up in our soldiers.

Conservatives are criticizing Joe Biden and the Democrats for trying to turn the military into a “social justice” testing ground. They say that there’s only going to be negative impacts on mental health when you force service members to buy into “social justice” games like gender ideology or face being dishonorably discharged.

Or consider how countless men and women in service were concerned that they would lose their career in the military for daring to question the government’s authority to force them to get a vaccine.

It’s clear that we are not taking care of our active service members and that needs to change immediately.

[D.C. Dailey Journal]



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General Summary

Paul, though a loving Christian, was also a fighter. Near the end of his life, he wrote again to Timothy: “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: henceforth there is laid up for me a Crown of Righteousness which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me; and not to me only, but also unto all them who love Him.” (2 Timothy 4:7-8).

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Sat. 8 July 2023

1. Compiled Sat. 8 July 2023 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, Therapist ret, Journalist, Author: “Twenty-Two Faces: inside the extraordinary life of Jenny Hill and her Twenty Two Multiple Personalities”

2. The Storm Is Upon Us The Time Has Come… The Time to Shock the World.

3. Global Soft Martial Law Imminent GESARA Already Implemented in South America Med Beds Available Soon Supreme Court Ruling May Dissolve Biden Administration & All of Congress Global Financial System on Brink of Implosion Stock Market In Red For Third Week Straight, 4,000 Banks Set to Fail US Planes Grounded, Flights Delayed, Pilot Hearts Damaged Civil War in France


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