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SUNDAY 10-1-23

Sunday 10-1-23

Verse(s) for today:

I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye.

Psalm 32:8 KJV

Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:

James 1:19 KJV

Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

Matthew 22:37-39 KJV


“Everyone is a moon and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.”


Canadian Bishop Reacts to No Human Remains Being Found at Supposed Burial Sites:

Is there a HOAX on the Catholic – Anglican – United Churches?


[Scott Card]

Aurora city council reaction:

This clip includes 3 minutes reaction to his 5-minute presentation.

We need all of our Municipalities making this kind of Moral Decision!

[Patrick Bestall]

American Library Association [ALA] has been captured:

The ALA president is a Marxist lesbian.

From what I know about our London Central Library, our book selection is unbalanced too. I could tell you about librarians I have talked to. But that's another story.

Last month, the Texas State Library & Archives Commission also decided to cut ties with the ALA over its radicalism.

[Patrick Bestall]

New Research Study of Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children in Three U.S. Medical Practices

Results indicate better health outcomes of developmental delays, asthma, and ear infections in children who did not receive vaccines within their first year of life.

REDDING, Calif., June 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A new peer-reviewed study in the journal SAGE Open Medicine detailing the health outcomes of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children concludes that unvaccinated children have better health outcomes than their vaccinated peers within the conditions examined and suggests that further study is necessary to understand the full spectrum of health effects associated with vaccination.

The study was based on medical records of over 2000 children born between November 2005 and June 2015. The study followed children continuously for a minimum of 3 years from birth. Vaccination status was determined based on any vaccination received prior to one year of age which yielded 30.9% of the children in the unvaccinated group. Results show that vaccination before one year of age led to significantly increased odds of medical diagnoses of developmental delays, asthma and ear infections in children.

In a separate analysis, children receiving more vaccines by one year of age were more likely to be diagnosed with gastrointestinal disorders compared to those who received no vaccines within the same timeframe. In temporal analyses, children vaccinated prior to six months of age showed significant risks of each of the disorders studied as compared to unvaccinatedchildren.

READ Detail at above LINK: [Red Voice Media]

A revolt against government policies that many say usurp parental authority is spreading across the nation—especially in blue states where lawmakers have promoted transgender ideology and "gender-affirming care"—according to parents, attorneys, and teachers.

For more than a year, California parents have shown up in droves at legislative hearings and phoned in by the hundreds to protest policies that encourage schools to keep social gender transitions of children secret. Teachers also have begun to refuse to hide information about a child's gender identity from parents.

Meanwhile, Democratic members of the California Legislative LGBTQ Caucus have spearheaded legislation supporting so-called gender-affirming care, especially for children, touting it as a “first-in-the-nation” model.

Parental rights groups such as Our Duty have pushed back against the model, while groups such as Planned Parenthood, Equality California, and others support it.

California school districts claim that they’re required by law to keep gender transitions secret from parents unless a child wants to tell his or her parents. But recent court rulings tell a different story.

Landmark Case

A federal judge on Sept. 14 blocked California's Escondido Union School District from punishing two teachers who refused to comply with guidance issued by the California Department of Education that encourages educators to keep gender transitions of students secret from their parents.

Judge Roger T. Benitez granted a preliminary injunction (pdf) against the state and the Escondido Union School District stating the policy is unconstitutional.

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The teachers, Elizabeth Mirabelli and Lori Ann West, claimed the state and district violated their constitutional and religious rights. They were both placed on paid administrative leave after their lawsuit was filed in April but are negotiating with the district to get back to work in the classroom.

The teachers told The Epoch Times that gender transitions among girls at their middle school are a “social experiment” that has become a social contagion.

When the girls go to the school counselors they get "so much praise and affirming” and are celebrated as “brave” and “honest,” Ms. West said.

“It’s only girls at our school. They eat it up. They get so much attention. They see one kid gets this, and they kind of follow along. It’s infecting them. It’s spreading.”

Until recently, it was rare to have even one child identify as transgender, but it's becoming much more common, Ms. West said.

“I had seven girls in one class that wanted to be trans all of a sudden,” she said.

Ms. Mirabelli said gender transitions are “trending” in California public schools.

“Schools are now the social engineer,” she said. “They’re socially transitioning children, and as they move through the social transition, the next level is, of course, the medical transition.

“We can’t just stand by while all this is going on.

“I had a trans kid in my class. This kid was a fantastic student, one of my favorites—worked hard, good grades, well-behaved. We had a great relationship. I knew that little girl was not a boy, and in the not-too-distant future she looked in the mirror and said, ‘Hey, I’m pretty. Wait a minute.”

Ms. Mirabelli said she wants no part of putting children on a “conveyor belt” toward puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and eventually surgical transitions that they might regret later in life.

“These kids are 10, 11, and 12 years old. They’re in the throes of adolescence. We’ve been teaching adolescent children for decades. We’ve seen it all. We know that they go through a lot,” she said.

To get to the bottom of why gender transitions are trending, she said, “Follow the money.”

The so-called sex reassignment surgery market reached $2.1 billion last year in the United States and is expected to more than double to $5 billion by 2030, according to a 2022 report by business consulting firm Grand View Research. More research released by Acute Market Reports indicates that North America holds at least half of the global market share for so-called sex reassignment surgeries.

According to the Gender Mapping Project, there were only “a handful” of gender clinics for children operating in North America a decade ago, but there are now more than 400 involved in what has become a multibillion-dollar industry, even as parts of Europe move away from the “affirmative care” model.

[The Epoch Times]

Nearly half of Canadians won’t recognize Truth and Reconciliation Day:


A Leger poll has revealed that almost half of Canadians aren’t planning on doing anything to recognize Truth and Reconciliation Day, which takes place on Saturday Sept. 30.

This is the third year that the national holiday will be recognized since it was first announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2020.

The polling found that 48% of respondents said that they wouldn’t be doing anything to recognize the holiday.

A minority of respondents, only 23%, said they would wear an orange shirt in honour of First Nations communities and 15% said they planned to “actively listen to Indigenous people.”

Respondents who said they planned to have a conversation about Indigenous issues with their family was 12%, additionally 10% of parents said they planned to speak with their children about them.

Despite this, 63% of respondents said that they feel more aware now of Indigenous issues than they did five years ago. The same amount responded that they felt “moderate” progress had been made, regarding the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

“They’re being more informed and sort of becoming more aware of some of the issues around truth and reconciliation,” Leger’s executive vice president Andrew Enns told the National Post.

Provincially, 30% of Manitobans and Saskatchewans planned to recognize the day by wearing an orange shirt, with British Columbia just behind at 29%.

Ontarians and those in Atlantic Canada came in at 27%, similarly, Albertans polled at 25%.

Respondents in Quebec were least likely to show support, with only 10% saying they planned to wear orange on Saturday.

Respondents appeared divided on the issue of Truth and Reconciliation at large, 43% of Canadians say they are frustrated by the lack of progress on this front, while 57% believe there are more pressing issues to deal with, like drug addiction and housing.

“If that number keeps going up, that’s a bit of a concern for those who are really championing truth and reconciliation because maybe, you know, their specific arguments are starting to lose the traction that they maybe had earlier,” said Enns.

Enns also believes that there may be a disconnect between the opposing views on the matter, saying, “I think they want to see progress on reconciliation, they want to see, like, some real positive change so we can move on to some of these other big challenges.”

Of those aged 18 to 34, 54% said they felt that results on government promises regarding reconciliation have been relatively stagnant and 38% of respondents aged 35 to 54 agreed with that sentiment.

Less respondents over the age of 55 agreed, with only 39% saying that reconciliation is moving at pace that is disappointing.

The belief that Canadians are facing much bigger issues than reconciliation is mostly commonly held in the prairies, with 70% of respondents in Saskatchewan and Manitoba in agreement. Alberta is not far behind with 68% saying that is the case.

B.C. and Quebec matched at 56% with Atlantic Canada and Ontario coming in at 55% and 54% respectively.

There was a slight difference regarding the age of respondents who felt this way, with 54% being aged 18 to 34 and 57% being aged 35 to 54.

The cohort over the age of 55 felt the most strongly, at 60%.

The survey was conducted online and therefore no margin of error can be applied. A total of 1,652 Canadians responded.

[True North News Media]

Former collegiate swim star Riley Gaines shut down Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) on Thursday for pretending to defend women.

During the second Republican primary debate on Wednesday, Ocasio-Cortez criticized Chris Christie for attacking President Joe Biden's defense of teachers' unions. Biden, Christie said, is "sleeping with a member of the teachers' union." The comment mirrors what Biden himself said two years ago.

Still, the remark was fodder for an Ocasio-Cortz attack.

"It's disgusting, misogynistic, and if Republicans want to continue pissing off an entire nation of women, please be my guest," she responded. "We'll see you at the ballot box."

Gaines, a fierce defender of women and fairness in athletics, took exception to Ocasio-Cortez's assertion that she is a true defender of women.

How can that be, Gaines wondered, when Ocasio-Cortez voted against the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act and supports editing Title IX to allow biological men who identify as trans women to compete in women's sports?

"Is this the same AOC that said upholding Title IX as it was intended is 'indefensible and embarrassing'? Because surely the person saying women don't deserve equal opportunities wouldn't call someone else a misogynist without first claiming to be one herself," Gaines responded.

"Words mean nothing without actions to support it," she added. "AOC doesn't care about women's safety, privacy, equal opportunities, or dignity as made clear by her vote on HR 734, the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act."

"This displayed contempt for women is the definition of misogyny," Gaines declared, showing Ocasio-Cortez's "nay" vote on the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act.

Earlier this year, the Biden administration proposed a rule that would allow schools to prohibit trans athletes from competing on sports teams in the interest of preserving rights under Title IX. The rule generated criticism from activists on both sides of the issue, despite barring blanket bans but allowing fairness to prevent biological men from competing against biological women in high school and collegiate athletics.

In response, Ocasio-Cortez called the rule “indefensible,” “embarrassing,” and a “disgrace.”

Meanwhile, the House passed the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act this spring — no thanks to Ocasio-Cortez — but it was killed in the Senate.

[The BLAZE Media]

Chaos erupts at the White House after Secret Service agent is attacked:

It’s no easy task to protect Joe Biden. Danger lurks at every corner, even at the President’s home.

And chaos erupts at the White House after Secret Service agent is attacked.

President Biden has shown he has no clue how to effectively run the country.

He’s also shown he’s just as lousy at owning pets.

Biden’s german shepherd, Major, had been known to attack and bite people in the White House before he was replaced.

In 2021, Commander was introduced as the Biden family’s new German Shepherd.

But that only resulted in more of the same, as he would also bite White House staff.

In November of 2022, Commander bit a Secret Service agent so severely that the agent had to go to the hospital.

And earlier this week the German Shepherd had his sights set on another member of the Secret Service.

On Monday, Commander bit the agent, requiring them to be treated by medics at the White House.

The United States Secret Service has confirmed President Biden’s dog Commander bit another Secret Service agent, which is the 11th known biting incident of an officer by the 2-year-old German Shepherd.

— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) September 27, 2023

According to CNN, “The injured officer spoke with Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle on Tuesday and is doing OK, [USSS chief of communications] Guglielmi said.”

This past summer, the White House explained that the Biden family had been implementing a new training system that also involved new “leashing protocols” for Commander.

Obviously like the President’s other policies, this one failed too, resulting in the injury of someone from his protection detail.

This is now the eleventh time someone has been bitten by Joe Biden’s dog.

The attacks have occurred at either the White House or Biden’s residence in Delaware.

Even White House staff could see this attack coming.

In an email from White House personnel, it’s mentioned that it’s “only a matter of time before another agent/officer is attacked or bit.”

Joe Biden cannot get a handle on his dog, nor can he get a handle on the many problems that are causing turmoil in this country.

[The DC Journal]

GOP debate moderator Dana Perino slammed over appearance at Clinton Foundation event:

Prior to hosting this week's GOP debate, Fox News' Dana Perino recently moderated a panel at a conference sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative, and in doing so, she made reference to “the amazing Secretary Hillary Clinton,” as Breitbart reports, ruffling conservative feathers and perhaps lending credence to accusations of liberal bias often leveled by folks such as former President Donald Trump.

News of Perino's involvement in the Clinton Foundation event comes amid criticism of the Wednesday night candidate free-for-all, which many on the right believe was, at least in part, hijacked by the left via remarks from fellow moderator ilia Calderon of Noticias Univision.

The aforementioned panel appearance at issue came during the Clinton Foundation's September gala, when Perino assumed hosting duties for a panel talk titled “Journalism on the Front Lines: How Supporting a Strong, Free Press Strengthens Democratic Societies Worldwide.”

During the event, participants spoke about the detention in Russia of reporter Evan Gershkovich, whose employer – the Wall Street Journal – has shared ownership with Perino's employer, Fox News.

It was at this panel discussion that Perino lauded the former first lady and failed presidential candidate as “the amazing Secretary Hillary Clinton,” raising eyebrows among conservative observers.

Particularly critical of Perino's remarks was commentator Jordan Schachtel, who took to Substack to express his displeasure about the debate, and that is when he also blasted the host's recent foray into Clinton world, as Mediaite reported.

“Last night's Fox News-Univision hosted debate was beyond bizarre, with the moderators at a supposedly right wing news network curiously advancing leftist talking points instead of asking questions that are relevant to conservative Americans,” Schachtel began.

He continued, “The Dossier has uncovered some information that may offer more clarity as to why that happened. It appears that at least one of the moderators on stage has a special place in her heart for the one and only Hillary R Clinton.”

Conservative pundit and podcaster Liz Wheeler was similarly irritated by the revelation about Perino's apparent words of praise for Mrs. Clinton.

“Unbelievable,” Wheeler said. “Because Fox & the RNC don't want authentically conservative politicians. They want uniparty elitists. Gross.”

Author Michael Senger joined the chorus of critics making a connection between Perino's Clinton Foundation appearance and the perceived low quality of the Republican event, saying, “Last night's GOP debate was an utter farce,” and lamenting the absence of questions direct at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on key topics such as the pandemic response.

“It's no accident Fox hasn't asked one question about COVID – they know what they're doing. The lead moderator, Dana Perino, was at the Clinton Global Initiative last week,” Senger added.

Podcast host Josh Power echoed those sentiments, opining, “I thought Dana Perino and her team did a poor job moderating the debate last night. Seemed like they wanted a circus that would make the GOP look stupid.”

“Then I woke up this morning and read a post that she was at a Clinton Global Initiative meeting last week,” Power added, and though it is admittedly difficult to conclusively link one thing to the other to establish some sort of nefarious intent on the part of Perino, she may find it difficult to shake the feelings of suspicion and distrust these revelations have clearly engendered among many.

[American Digest Media]

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General Summary

The Real News for Fri. 29 Sept. 2023:

No REPORT on Sunday...

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