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Sunday 2-18-24

Sunday 2-18-24

Verses for today:

For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit:

1 Peter 3:18 KJV


For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

John 3:16 KJV


For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.

2 Corinthians 5:21 KJV




Are Aliens real?

See what Pastor Jack Hibbs has to say about UFO’s and ALIENS!

This is a good Presentation at the above LINK:

Pastor Jack Hibbs

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#1.  And the Winner Is — Hamas!

by Alan M. Dershowitz  

February 18, 2024

  • ·         What will happen if Hamas is allowed to win this war? If Hamas is permitted to accomplish what it intended by its mass murders, kidnappings and rapes? If the victims of these atrocities — the people of Israel and all countries fighting terrorism — lose? If the prospects for peace in the region and the Free World are seriously damaged? If the relationship between the US and Israel, and the loss of faith in the US as the guarantor of freedom, continues to be fractured?

  • ·         Instead, the Biden administration may be rewarding Palestinian terrorists by unilaterally recognizing a Palestinian State, which will, of course, soon become militarized.

  • ·         The anti-Israel left-wingers are not going to vote for Trump, who is more pro-Israel than Biden. Nor are they likely to stay home on Election Day and help Trump. Centrist voters, on the other hand, are likely to vote against Biden if they think he is beholden to the Squad or other anti-American woke extremists.

  • ·         As important as are the domestic electoral implications of Biden's weakening support for Israel, the international implications are far more consequential. The world will be a far less safe place if Israel is prevented from defeating Hamas and dismantling its military capabilities.

  • ·         Israel is doing everything reasonable to decrease civilian casualties, while Hamas tries to increase them on both sides. American policy should be to help Israel defeat Hamas and prevent the recurrence and spread of its terrorism against civilians, rather than to help Hamas secure a victory by tying Israel's hands.

  • ·         So, unless the Biden administration changes course and encourages Israel to achieve its legitimate military goal of defeating Hamas, terrorism will win and civilization will lose.


What will happen if Hamas is allowed to win this war? If Hamas is permitted to accomplish what it intended by its mass murders, kidnappings and rapes? Pictured: Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists congratulate each other on their murderous atrocities in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Stripת on November 28, 2023. (Photo by AFP via Getty Images)


What will happen if Hamas is allowed to win this war? If Hamas is permitted to accomplish what it intended by its mass murders, kidnappings and rapes? If the victims of these atrocities — the people of Israel and all countries fighting terrorism — lose? If the prospects for peace in the region and the Free World are seriously damaged? If the relationship between the US and Israel, and the loss of faith in the US as the guarantor of freedom, continues to be fractured?

Instead, the Biden administration may be rewarding Palestinian terrorists by unilaterally recognizing a Palestinian state, which will, of course, soon become militarized. The failures of UNIFIL to keep peace in South Lebanon and UNRWA to counter terrorism in Gaza should suggest caution.

by Amir Taheri 

February 18, 2024 at 4:00

  • ·         Globalization rules enabled many nations to use their comparative advantage in terms of climate, richness of soil, less expensive labor and variety of products to claim a growing chunk of the traditional Western markets. At the same time, Western farmers had to cope with the growing cost of environmental measures concocted by the "save-the-planet" lobby.

  • ·         The real world is divided into nation-states with frontiers, different cultures and legal systems, and resistance to the one-size-fits-all sought by ultra-globalists.

  • ·         Protesting European farmers demand a "level playing field", something that, if regarded as a perfect model, does not and cannot exist in every human transaction. The "win-win" concept peddled by ultra-globalists is a myth. What matters is that the sum-total of relations among nation-states does not favor some and hurt others in the medium- and long-term.

  • ·         Polls show that most Europeans sympathize with their farmers. But will they continue doing so if the price is more expensive and less varied food and ditching part of the ecological dogma?

In the past few weeks European farmers have taken to the streets of their capitals to advertise a rebellious mood that few expected to see.

Having enjoyed a comfortable life for decades, thanks to subsidies from their respective governments and the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), they were not expected to invade the grand capitals, together with their sheep, cows and tractors, with a litany of woes.

The question of food security was first raised after World War II as a top priority for Western European nations as they tried to rebuild their shattered economies.

At the time, global shortages of food were still seen as a looming threat, while large scale famines claimed millions of victims in the People's Republic of China and several sub-Saharan African nations, and Western European countries gradually dismantled the rationing systems set up during the war.




Speaker Johnson Crushed After Andy Biggs Calls for Mike Turner’s Removal

By Victor Winston,

updated on February 17, 2024

In a dramatic turn of events, controversy has engulfed the House Intelligence Committee. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) has called for the ouster of Chairman Mike Turner (R-OH), accusing him of exacerbating the perceived threat from Russia, leading to market instability and public unease.


Rep. Andy Biggs has leveled serious accusations against Chairman Mike Turner, suggesting his emphasis on the Russian threat went beyond national security interests. Biggs argues that Turner's actions have led to unnecessary market turbulence and public panic, affecting Americans' sense of stability and trust in intelligence assessments.


Following Biggs’s complaints, Rep. Andy Ogles demanded further investigation into Turner’s motives, suggesting political motivations could be at play rather than genuine concern for national safety. This has raised questions about the integrity of intelligence operations and their influence on policy decisions, particularly those related to foreign aid and surveillance.

Conservative Backlash and Failed Surveillance Reform

The backlash from conservative circles highlights a deep divide in the perception of threats and how they should influence policy, especially regarding aid to Ukraine and surveillance reforms. The failed attempt to reform the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) has only intensified this divide, with many conservatives feeling undermined by Turner's rhetoric, Breitbart reported.


Elizabeth Goitein, a critic of the current surveillance practices, accuses House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) leaders of running a propaganda campaign to derail reform efforts. This sentiment is echoed across various factions within the conservative community, highlighting a trust deficit in the committee's leadership.

Rep. Thomas Massie expressed dismay over the handling of the FISA reauthorization bill, suggesting that the debate's withdrawal signifies a significant setback for surveillance reform. This has led to a questioning of the legislative process and the potential for meaningful oversight and reform in intelligence practices.

The Ongoing Debate Over National Security and Privacy

The controversy surrounding Chairman Turner and the House Intelligence Committee encapsulates the ongoing national debate over security and privacy. Concerns over warrantless surveillance and the role of political agendas in intelligence assessments are at the forefront of this debate, with implications for both domestic policy and international relations.


From Rep. Andy Ogles's request for an investigation to Rep. Thomas Massie's criticisms of the legislative process, there is a clear call for transparency and accountability.

The cancellation of the rest of Congress for the week, following a failed attempt at compromise on FISA, underscores the depth of the conflict and the challenges ahead.


In light of these events, many are calling for a reevaluation of how intelligence threats are assessed and communicated to the public. The interplay between national security, political agendas, and public perception has never been more complex, raising important questions about the future direction of U.S. intelligence and surveillance policy.


The controversy involving Rep. Andy Biggs's call for Mike Turner's removal highlights a significant moment of political and public scrutiny for the House Intelligence Committee.

The debates over the Russian threat, aid to Ukraine, and surveillance reforms underscore the broader challenges facing U.S. intelligence policy and the need for a balanced approach that ensures both national security and respect for civil liberties.

The Capitalism Institute



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Not the Bee Daily Newsletter

February 17, 2024

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We have the "highlights" from Fani Willis' testimony about her affair yesterday ... guys, I can't believe this isn't a sitcom

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Daniel Brooks



Until recently you probably haven't been interested much in ready a farming newspaper.  The only reason I read them in the past is because a bunch of us were going to start a hobby farm for "street people" with drug, psychiatric and criminal histories to get a fresh start by getting their hands dirty in positive ways.  It's wonderfully healthy to work the land.  


Nowadays the food supply chain is in so much jeopardy thanks to governments screwing up on fertilizers, fuel supplies for truckers and trains, and bizarre additives catering to our instant food demands, more and more people are going back to the land for other reasons.  Immigrants like to grow their own food.  And now so do freedom-lovers.  I have a subscription to Homestead magazine and 28 years of the publication all on one memory stick which has a built in search engine.  


So, when I made friends with a farmer recently, he's giving me his old mail to read.  Farmtario is very political, much to my surprise.  No wonder the rural districts vote Conservative.  Here's a great example of the many ideas in the January issue.  


The article describes how beginners are leasing public land, like around airports and parks, from 25 to 25 hundred acres, with "fixer uper" homes they can repair themselves.  Why not here around London airport?  


Another article describes how farmers are going back to cropping methods used 50 years ago (avoiding the need for pesticides and artificial fertilizers), and doing it better with more modern equipment.  


Another article describes new technology to determine the sex of unhatched eggs, so they don't have to cull the male chicks anymore.  


Another describes ways to protect fields from frost with microorganisms instead of using warm air and water machines.  


It was a farm magazine that published one of my political articles that others turned down a few years ago.  If you think it's time to return to the land, get off the grid, and become less dependent on electricity and store supplies, get with the times that farmers are living.



Patrick Bestall


The real Alexey Navalny:

If he behaved like this in America, the Dems would label him a white supremacist.


Between 2000 and 2007, Navalny was a member of the liberal Yabloko party, before co-founding an ethnic nationalist movement called ‘Narod.’ He appeared in two notorious YouTube videos for the movement, one advocating for gun rights to fight “flies and cockroaches” (while showing Muslims), and another comparing immigrants to tooth decay.

Meanwhile the Clinton death list is forgotten.  And Epstein etc.


Alex Jones breaks down what the death of anti-Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny means for NATO, Putin, and the U.S. Government:




Don't Trust the Science:


Many companies are chomping at the bit to lay off their human employees and replace them with artificial intelligence.

AI will certainly have its uses and make a lot of these companies a lot of money, it's just that they haven't quite figured out what those uses are yet because most do not really understand what AI is. And if they don't figure it out soon, they stand to lose a lot of money along the way.

One use AI is definitely not good for is customer service.

It can cause real harm to customers seeking information, like when the National Eating Disorder Association replaced their hotline workers with chatbots who told anorexic and bulimic callers they needed to lose weight.

If real people are getting hurt by chatbots, it is inevitable that courts will start holding companies and organizations liable for that harm.

Take, for example, the case of Jake Moffatt.

Moffat's grandmother passed away and he needed round trip airfare from Vancouver to Toronto. Most airlines offer some sort of bereavement discount for folks who have had loved ones that have passed away.

On Air Canada, the $1600 round trip ticket would only cost Moffat $380.

But Moffat was not sure how to get the discount and did not have a lot of time to figure it out, so he consulted the airline's online chatbot to get some quick answers.

The chatbot informed Moffat that he could buy the full price tickets now and the get the difference reimbursed later. Moffat thought that was a reasonable solution, and that's what he did.

When he returned from his grandmother's funeral, he submitted his documentation for the refund and was promptly told that Air Canada did not have a reimbursement policy for bereavement flights. The chatbot had made the policy out of whole cloth because, as everyone should know by now, that's what chatbots do.

They mimic creativity, but they have no moral obligation to tell the truth — at all.

The way AI works is by looking at thousands, perhaps millions, of similar texts or images across the internet and predicting what letter/word/pixel comes next.

The element that is missing is the dire consequences of getting that letter/word/pixel wrong. AI is still just a machine.

But someone has to pay those consequences for the machine's mistake, which is why a Canadian tribunal found Canadian Air liable for the information the chatbot parlayed to Moffat.

While a chatbot has an interactive component, it is still just a part of Air Canada's website. It should be obvious to Air Canada that it is responsible for all the information on its website. It makes no difference whether the information comes from a static page or a chatbot.

A similar U.S. class action lawsuit winding its way through the courts claims that United Health used chatbots to deny the claims of elderly people receiving medically necessary procedures.

Relying on the nH Predict AI Model, Defendants purport to predict how much care an elderly patient ‘should' require, but overrides real doctors' determinations as to the amount of care a patient in fact requires to recover. As such, Defendants make coverage determinations not based on individual patient's needs, but based on the outputs of the nH Predict AI Model, resulting in the inappropriate denial of necessary care prescribed by the patients' doctors. Defendants' implementation of the nH Predict AI Model resulted in a significant increase in the number of post-acute care coverage denials.


Of course, the trouble with using chatbots to determine the length and need of care is that there's nothing that requires them to base that on anything other than a prediction of what the next letter/word will be in the sentence generated. It might sound official like a real doctor wrote it, but it‘s like a game on Who's Line is It Anyway - everything is made up and the points don't matter.

Except the points do matter, and if more companies start losing money for the crazy things their chatbots make up and tell their customers/clients, those companies might decide AI isn't worth the cost.

And I think that's a mistake.

The creativity of AI is amazing, and it's doing things that humans haven't dreamed of doing.

Designing new buildings for example.

Humans are creatures of habit. When we find a building structure that works, we tend to stick with it. Just drive down the street of a new development sometime and notice how every house looks just the same. AI has been doing all kinds of crazy things with architecture, designing buildings we would never dream of.

However, I wouldn't trust them to do any of the engineering of those buildings. Imagine if they started making up the building code as they went. We'd have a better chance with a DEI engineer in charge than a chatbot.


Yet there's a place for AI - not as a human replacement, but as a new tool to maximize and augment human creativity.

And until we can teach the machine to care about consequences, most other uses are going to have to be weighed against the likelihood of harm.

Not the Bee




New Democratic Hypocrisy has been Exposed, and People can’t believe what they’re hearing:

Democrats hate America, yet they demand to be politicians. They hate Americans yet pretend to serve us.

But now, new Democrat hypocrisy has been exposed and people cannot believe it.


On Monday, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley (R) appeared on Fox News channel’s “Hannity” program to discuss the recently released report by the special counsel investigating President Biden’s handling of classified documents.

Senator Hawley raised concerns about the apparent contradiction between the findings of the investigation and the President’s ability to hold office.


The special counsel’s report concluded that while President Biden did “willfully retain and disclose classified materials,” there was insufficient evidence to prove criminal intent beyond a reasonable doubt, leading to no criminal charges being filed.


However, the report also noted concerns about the mishandling of classified documents and questioned the President’s memory regarding certain key events.

Senator Hawley argued that these two findings present a seemingly contradictory situation.

“It can’t be that Joe Biden is simultaneously not capable of standing trial and still be President of the United States,” he stated.


He called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to make a decision:

Either pursue charges against the President, invoke the 25th Amendment for removal, or explain the reasoning behind not taking either action.

The Senator further elaborated on his concerns by citing instances where the President’s memory was described as unreliable in the report.

“I mean, what it says is the guy can’t remember when he was vice president,” said Hawley.

“Think about that, years as vice president, he can’t remember it. He can’t remember when his own son died.”


He continued, “He can’t remember key questions about the Afghanistan debate when he was VP.”

He argued that these instances raise questions about the President’s fitness for office, suggesting that someone with potential cognitive issues cannot effectively manage the demanding role.

He stated, “He clearly is not in charge of his mental faculty, so much so they can’t charge him with a crime, which means he cannot be president of the United States any longer.”


The reality of the situation is chilling:

Democrats point out that Joe Biden cannot be charged because he is a forgetful old man, yet they refuse to acknowledge that he is not fit to be President.


The hypocrisy is outrageous.

As Hawley put it, how can Biden be too incompetent to criminally charge, yet Democrats trust him as their President?

The situation in America is dire and we must fight back to preserve this great nation.

Prudent Politics

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Kingston Teachers Warned:

Teachers were told that they should not believe that certain cultural practices are superior to others, giving the example of believing that Western law is superior to Sharia law – the Islamic fundamentalist code of law or that “the Scientific Method is superior to other ways of knowing.” 


An eastern Ontario teachers’ union is warning its members they could face discipline under the human rights code regulating student mis-behaviour and expressing a series of opinions, ranging from socially conservative, to apolitical and seemingly innocuous statements.

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation local for the Kingston-area Limestone District School Board (LDSB) sent its union members a “member update” warning of potential discipline for violating human rights if teachers use terms such as “blind spot” or tell a student to put their phone away. 


The email, obtained by True North and published in full below, was sent by the chief negotiator for Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation district 27, John Vince. It was sent to union members this past December.

In the email, Vince tells the union membership that some views commonly held in the United States and United Kingdom are not allowed in Ontario and that expressing forbidden views could result in discipline.

“Supporting a so-called ‘right wing’ political view (example: Parental rights)” is listed as not allowed, as well as expressing “The notion that there are only two genders.”


Teachers were told that they cannot express the opinion that transgender women who have gone through male puberty should be barred from women’s sport, despite studies concluding that trans women have an unfair advantage over women.

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Pressure on Justices Sotomayor and Kagan shows what leftists REALLY think of Biden’s re-election chances:

The Hur Special Counsel Report made Joe Biden’s decline a matter of public record.

Now Democrats are in panic mode and just gave a clue about their plan to avoid an electoral disaster.

And pressure on Justices Sotomayor and Kagan shows what leftists REALLY think of Biden’s re-election chances.

Liberals are amping up pressure on Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan to retire.

The odd timing leads to only one possible explanation.

Lifetime Appointments

United States Supreme Court Justices are appointed by the President of the United States, confirmed by the Senate, and can serve for life.

Associate Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan were appointed by President Barack Obama and sworn in in 2009 and 2010, respectively.

They are currently 69 and 63 years old, respectively, and far away from the average Supreme Court retirement age of around 80.

Nobody in the legal or political professions is expecting either, to announce their retirement anytime soon.

Leftist politicos are starting to sweat.

However, there’s a growing rumbling on the Left expressing concern.

Justice Sotomayor has lifelong Type-1 diabetes and recently told students at UC Berkeley, “I live in frustration… Cases are bigger. They’re more demanding… To be almost 70 years old, this isn’t what I expected… I’m tired.”

Commentator Josh Barrow recently said on a CNN panel, “I’m not saying I think Justice Sotomayor is on death’s door… But I think it’s important, given it’s a lifetime appointment, to take a very long-time horizon view on this.”

With Democrats currently controlling the White House and Senate, leftists want Sotomayor and Kagan to retire, so Democrats can fill the seats with guaranteed leftist replacements.


If they don’t do it now, the Left is petrified that Democrats will lose power in the November election and thus lose their ability to fill judicial vacancies.

Polling currently shows Republicans in a strong position to back the White House and Senate Majority.

If this transpires in November, and then Sotomayor or Kagan were to unexpectedly retire in 2025, conservatives could see their Supreme Court majority increase to 7-2, or even 8-1, if both retire while the White House and Senate are under Republican control.


Between the White House and Senate, if Republicans control even just one institution, that will still mean Democrats couldn’t have their pick of the progressive litter, and would have to settle for someone more moderate.

Confirmation of Republican chances

The fact that liberals are freaking out behind the scenes confirms that the polls aren’t just aberrations and that the Left is starting to see real problems coming in November.


Joe Biden unfavourability numbers, which they typically have dismissed as nonsense or (probably) ‘right-wing disinformation,’ is now rearing itself as a reality that can’t be ignored.

There is a deep dissatisfaction among the electorate, and it’s directed at exactly the kind of politics Democrats have been serving for four years under the Biden administration.

The key question is whether Democrats will accept this reality, reflect, and start fighting back against the parasitic, socialist ideas permeating throughout their party.

Will they reflect on their policies, public image, and communication with the public, and fix what are clearly self-inflicted wounds?


Or will they double down on their racist, anti-family rhetoric and just assume some campaign TV ads and Trump-bashing are all that’s needed to change their fortunes?

There are growing rumors that key Democrat leaders want to ditch Biden and replace him with Michelle Obama but are reluctant to do so because of the Kamala problem.


And offering Harris a Supreme Court appointment to step down may be enough to buy her off.

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