Verse(s) for today:
He that walketh with wise men shall be wise: But a companion of fools shall be destroyed.
Proverbs 13:20 KJV
For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.
Romans 8:6 KJV
Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 KJV
Top Fox News Exec Suddenly Bails After Network Makes Devastating Move:
Fox News’former top rating has been declining steadily as the $787 million defamation settlement with Dominion Voting Systems seems to be driving the changes in network executives and broadcast personalities. That lawsuit and others pertain to the Jan 6 events at the U.S. Capitol that are still being debated.
Fox still faces another $2.7 billion lawsuit filed by electronic voting machine company Smartmatic, as well as two shareholder lawsuits related to the Dominion settlement. “It is also facing a defamation suit filed last month by Ray Epps, a central figure in the Capitol incursion event of Jan. 6, 2021,” the Western Journal reported.
It seems that blame is being passed around, and professional casualties at Fox News are continuing.
According to The Wall Street Journal on Thursday, the network’s top legal officer, Viet Dinh, will be departing the company by the end of this year. “His strong position at the company waned following the settlement, some people familiar with the matter said,” the Journal reported.
The New York Times reported that instead of settling the Dominion lawsuit early, Dinh stuck with an “overly rosy scenario” that relied on free speech protections. Dominion sued Fox after multiple guests claimed the company helped rig the 2020 election outcome against then-President Donald Trump.
“He insisted that Fox was on firm legal footing and could take the case, if need be, all the way to the Supreme Court, where he believed the company would prevail on First Amendment grounds,” the Times reported.
Dinh worked in the George W. Bush administration and was the chief author of The Patriot Act as an assistant attorney general.
Conservative Brief noted that according to reports, Dinh chose not to settle the case until just hours before it was to go to trial, which allowed Dominion’s legal team to obtain copies of internal communications during the discovery phase. They indicated that management at Fox News was skeptical of the election rigging claims.
“Fox’s legal case was severely hindered when the judge ruled that it wasn’t entitled to use a First Amendment defense,” the Journal reported.
Mediaite reported that unnamed sources have said Dinh’s departure is directly related to the massive settlement. It may be that Dinh was not immediately let go due to his closeness with Murdoch. Mediaite noted that Dinh was a “close confidante” of Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch and was a godfather to one of his sons.
“He screwed up and mishandled all the legal and passed [Dominion] $787 million when they should’ve settled this right away,” a “source close to the Murdoch Camp” said. “He hung in there for a while only because he’s Lachlan’s son’s godfather.”
Another person allegedly told the outlet: “He cost the company $800 million in the lawsuit with another pending. It’s a no brainer: you don’t settle for $800 mill and jeopardize the prized asset of Fox News without a head rolling.”
Fox’s Top Lawyer, Viet Dinh, Will Depart https://t.co/6DsqVHHuyN
— Tatiana Rivera (@TatianaRiver2) August 17, 2023
For his part, Murdoch is officially praising Viet as he lets him go.
Conservative Brief reports that in a statement, Murdoch said: “We appreciate Viet’s many contributions and service to Fox as both a board member of 21st Century Fox and in his role over the last five years as a valued member of Fox’s leadership team.”
The mosst high profile casualty at Fox News after the Dominion settlement started the slow decline of the network was the decision to take Tucker Carlson off the air with virtually no notice in late April. Carlson’s populaarity at the newortk, and his subsequent immediate success in broadcasting his reports through Twitter, have not reflected well for the network.
Conservtive Brief reports that new information reveals that Lachlan Murdoch and Suzanne Scott, chief executive of Fox News Media, decided to fire Carlson, making it seem like Carlson was unpopular and difficult.
“The power that Mr. Carlson, 53, wielded outside Fox News could not insulate him from a growing list of troubles inside the network related to his conduct on and off the air, some of which had been grating on Mr. Murdoch and his father, Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of Fox Corporation, who co-founded the network in 1996, according to the two people with knowledge of the company’s decision,” it was reported.
“The host, a polarizing and unpopular figure at the network outside of his staff, was exposed as part of a defamation lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems as a bully who denigrated colleagues and sources, often in profane and sexist language, and called for the firing of Fox journalists whose coverage he disliked. He has also drawn condemnation from the right and left for his role in fostering a revisionist account of the assault on the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021,” the outlet added.
But although it is difficult to track how many views Carlson has through Twitter, NBC News reported that in June Carlson “netted roughly 26 million video views” for one of his stories, and his average is in the millions with all stories. Carlson is obviously providing information that America wants to hear, whether those in the liberal media like it or not.
[The Republic Brief]
Georgia senator takes first step toward impeaching Trump prosecutor:
One Georgia state senator has started the process to impeach Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for indicting former President Donald Trump.
State Sen. Colton Moore (R) announced plans Tuesday for an emergency session to investigate the action by Willis.
“We must strip all funding and, if appropriate, impeach Fani Willis,” Moore said in a statement.
“As a Georgia State Senator, I am officially calling for an emergency session to review the actions of Fani Willis,” he said. “America is under attack. I’m not going to sit back and watch as radical left prosecutors weaponize their elected offices to politically target their opponents.”
"No more talk. I have a job to do, it's time to take action...As a red-blooded American you should never fear a Gestapo political tactic from a power like a DA," he said.
"That's our job as a legislature, to put a check and balance on this judicial branch," he continued.
"In May, Governor Kemp signed a new law that allows for the impeachment of a state district attorney if they are believed to not be adequately enforcing the law," Trending Politics reported.
"Originally seen as a thinly veiled attempt to prevent Democratic prosecutors from failing to prosecute individuals who pursue abortion under the state’s no-exceptions law, the measure may now be considered for the removal of Willis, who has charged President Trump and 18 others under criminal statutes normally reserved for mobsters," it added.
Willis has suggested a court date just eight days ahead of the primary in Georgia, drawing even more attention to the political nature of the indictment.
The latest move adds to other indictments against Trump in Washington over Jan. 6, 2021, and for classified documents allegedly found in his Mar-a-Lago home last year.
The legal actions continue to pile up against Trump as he seeks his return to the White House in 2024 in a potential rematch against President Joe Biden.
[The American Digest]
The Supreme Court is about to hear the biggest case in American history:
The most important legal case ever is making its way through the courts. The final ruling will change society forever.
And now the U.S. Supreme Court is about to hear the biggest case in American history.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that the abortion drug mifepristone ought to stay on the market but that the FDA overstepped its bounds in 2016 by allowing the drug to be mailed to patients.
However, because of a ruling by the Supreme Court from earlier this year—a full stay in the legal case—which guaranteed unrestricted access to the drugs until all of the appeals are played out, it is unlikely that the 96-page order by the three-judge panel will have any immediate practical effect.
The Justice Department will likely appeal the decision made on Wednesday.
This ruling brings the whole case closer to being laid at the feet of the U.S. Supreme Court where they will in all likelihood have to give finality to all the revolving appeals involved.
That case will end up being probably the most important case in American history that includes the rights of privacy, the right to life for the unborn, and the manufacturing rights for the companies making the pills.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Erin Hawley, who fought the FDA’s approval of the chemical drug, called the verdict a “significant victory.”
Hawley stated during a video conference that the Fifth Circuit “rightly required the FDA to do its job and restore crucial safeguards for women and girls,” which included putting a halt to illegal mail-order abortion.
In a statement, they said, “The FDA will finally be made to account for the damage it has caused to the health of countless women and the rule of law by unlawfully removing almost every meaningful safeguard from the chemical-abortion drug regimen.”
She said that the FDA’s 2000 approval of brand-name Mifeprex and subsequent 2016 and 2021 relaxations of limitations on the drugs were motivated by politics “without regard to women’s health or the rule of law.”
The FDA approved mifepristone in 2000, but a lower court order in April temporarily halted that clearance. U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, a conservative appointed to the Texas court by former president Trump, ruled at the time that the “FDA acquiesced on its legitimate safety concerns — in violation of its statutory duty — based on plainly unsound reasoning and studies that did not support its conclusions.”
The three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit decided to reinstate access to mifepristone less than a week later, reasoning that the legal challenge appeared to have been submitted after the statute of limitations had lapsed. However, the panel decided 2-1 to halt recent changes imposed by the FDA that simplified access to the medicines, such as reducing the number of mandatory doctor visits and permitting mail-order dispensing. Later that month, the Supreme Court imposed a complete stay on the case.
The decision handed down by the Fifth Circuit on Wednesday looks to be identical to that of April.
Since the lawsuit was filed against the FDA’s approval of Mifeprex in 2000, the court concluded that it “likely barred by the statute of limitations.” A generic version of mifepristone was approved by the FDA in 2019, and the court upheld this decision since the plaintiff doctors “have not shown that they are injured by that particular action.”
The FDA expanded the gestational age at which the drug could be used from seven to ten weeks, reduced the number of office visits required to get the drug from three to one, allowed non-doctors to prescribe the pills, and eliminated the requirement that prescribers report non-fatal adverse events involving the pills, all of which were overturned by the court in its 2016 and 2021 rulings.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in 2021, the FDA approved mail order distribution of antiviral medication.
The court stated that the FDA “failed to address several important concerns” regarding the safety of the medicine after it had loosened restrictions on mifepristone.
And it didn’t collect data that proved mifepristone could be used safely without a doctor’s prescription and delivery.
Hawley admitted that the Supreme Court stay had not changed anything practically; the tablets would still be available via mail, at least for the time being, and the FDA’s eased regulations from 2016 would still be legal under the law.
The case began with a complaint filed in November on behalf of the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, an alliance of pro-life medical organizations, and four pro-life physicians by ADF. A quarter of a century ago, the FDA approved a two-pill chemical abortion schedule, but their lawsuit contends that the FDA lacked the jurisdiction to do so.
The pills were given the green light by the Food and Drug Administration under a provision of federal law that permits for the fast-tracking of potentially risky treatments that can be used to treat a “serious or life-threatening illness.” Hawley said that was incorrect as “pregnancy is not a serious or life-threatening illness. It is a natural biological condition.”
The FDA’s 2000 clearance process for mifepristone was proper, according to government attorneys, and the medications are safe and effective.
The Fifth Circuit’s decision on Wednesday was praised by pro-life groups. ‘The FDA defied science and its own guidelines when it rubber-stamped Democrats’ irresponsible mail-order abortion plan,’ said Katie Daniel, state policy director for Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, in a prepared statement.
“Mail-order abortion pills put thousands of women and girls at risk of serious complications from abortion pills every year,” she stated.
Texan Human Coalition’s national director of public policy Chelsey Youman hailed the decision as a “critical win for protecting children in the womb and upholding women’s safety.”
[DC Dailey Journal]
Federal Appeals Court Says D.C. ‘Selectively’ Enforced Law to Arrest Pro-Lifers but Not BLM Protesters:
On Tuesday, A federal appeals court delivered a major free speech victory, ruling that Washington, D.C., officials “selectively” enforced a statute to arrest pro-life activists, but not Black Lives Matter protesters, back in 2020.
Thousands of Black Lives Matter protesters flooded D.C. in the summer of 2020, over several weeks, covering the sidewalks, storefronts and streets, with paint and chalk. While this behavior violated the District’s ordinance on defacement, no protesters were arrested.
However, in a selective manner district police officers were quick to arrest two pro-life advocates, in a smaller protest for chalking “Black Pre-Born Lives Matter” on a public sidewalk outside of a D.C. Planned Parenthood facility.
Reportedly, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) had filed the lawsuit on behalf of members of the Frederick Douglass Foundation and Students for Life of America. Vice president of the ADF Center for Life and Regulatory Practice, ADF Senior Counsel Erin Hawley, argued before the court on behalf of the pro-life organizations. Hawley said-
“Every American deserves for their voice to be heard as they engage in important cultural and political issues of the day.”
-ADF Senior Counsel Erin Hawley
Now three years later, after a review of the lower courts ruling on the matter, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals opinion penned by Judge Neomi Rao, reversed the lower court’s decision. The Three judge panel ruled-
“The government may not enforce the laws in a manner that picks winners and losers in public debates,” …”It would undermine the First Amendment’s protections for free speech if the government could enact a content-neutral law and then discriminate against disfavored viewpoints under the cover of prosecutorial discretion.”…“The First Amendment prohibits discrimination on the basis of viewpoint irrespective of the government’s motive,”
“We hold the Foundation has plausibly alleged the District discriminated on the basis of viewpoint in the selective enforcement of its defacement ordinance. We therefore reverse the dismissal of the Foundation’s First Amendment claim and remand for further proceedings”.
“Washington officials can’t censor messages they disagree with. The right to free speech is for everyone, and we’re pleased the D.C. Circuit agreed that the Frederick Douglass Foundation and Students for Life should be able to exercise their constitutionally protected freedom to peacefully share their views the same as anyone else.”
-D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals
Virginia Chapter President J.R. Gurley of the Frederick Douglass Foundation, issued a statement hailing the court’s decision. Gurley said-
“The city shouldn’t allow some groups to participate in the public forum and shun others from doing so just because city officials disagree with their viewpoint,” …“The First Amendment protects our right to peacefully share our pro-life message in Washington, D.C. without fear of unjust government punishment and thankfully, the D.C. Circuit agreed.”
-President J.R. Gurley of the Frederick Douglass Foundation
Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins, also celebrated the decision nothing that-
“free speech rights you’re afraid to use don’t really exist.”…“It’s very encouraging that there was a unanimous 3-0 decision in favor of the free speech rights of pro-life students, peacefully protesting in our nation’s capital,” and ….Viewpoint discrimination is un-American, and, as the case proceeds, we look forward to learning more about how D.C. officials picked winners and losers in their enforcement. Free speech rights you’re afraid to use don’t really exist, and we will keep fighting for the rights of our students to stand up for the preborn and their mothers, and against the predatory abortion industry led by Planned Parenthood”.
-Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins
"Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech."
[Patriot Digest Media]
ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT SUSPECTED IN RAPE, MURDER OF 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL, REPORT SAYS:
BY STEW DAVIDSON
AUGUST 19, 2023
An illegal Guatemalan immigrant is the main suspect in the tragic murder of an 11-year-old girl in Texas, with a misplaced key providing crucial evidence.
The tragic incident occurred in Pasadena, Texas, where Maria Gonzalez's lifeless body was discovered by her father, the Daily Mail reported.
Details of the heart-wrenching discovery
Maria's father, Carmelo Gonzalez, returned home from work on Aug. 12 to find his daughter's body concealed under her bed.
The young girl had been placed inside a trash bag, which was then hidden inside a clothes hamper.
Upon discovery, paramedics were immediately called to the scene, where they pronounced Maria dead. The initial investigation revealed that she had been sexually assaulted before her death.
Police identify main suspect
The Pasadena Police Department has named 18-year-old Juan Carlos Garcia-Rodriguez as the primary suspect.
Garcia-Rodriguez, who had been living in the same apartment complex as Maria, disappeared shortly after the incident.
Further investigations revealed that Garcia-Rodriguez entered the U.S. in January. After surrendering at the El Paso border, he was released due to the fact that he had a sponsor living in Louisiana.
Search intensifies for Garcia-Rodriguez
A reward of $5,000 has been announced by the police for any information leading to Garcia-Rodriguez's arrest.
Sources from the Department of Homeland Security suggest that he might have escaped to Mexico.
It was confirmed that Garcia-Rodriguez had indeed been released after his entry into the country due to his Louisiana-based sponsor.
Such a sponsor would typically provide housing or financial support to the immigrant while their status is being determined.
Key evidence points to suspect
In a significant breakthrough, Pasadena Police Chief Josh Bruegger revealed that a key found at the crime scene did not belong to any locks in Maria's home.
Instead, it was linked to another apartment in the same complex where Garcia-Rodriguez resided.
We have turned over quite a bit of evidence to the Institute of Forensic Sciences.
He also mentioned that DNA evidence is being processed, and the police have a sample from Garcia-Rodriguez.
Timeline of the tragic day
On the fateful day, Carmelo left for work around 10 am. Shortly after, he received a message from Maria, indicating someone was knocking at their door.
Concerned, Carmelo contacted family members living nearby to check on his daughter.
However, they couldn't locate her. It was only when Carmelo returned home that he discovered the horrifying scene.
The official cause of Maria's death was determined to be asphyxiation due to strangulation, combined with blunt force trauma.
Community's plea for information
Chief Bruegger has urged the community to come forward with any information.
Whoever saw something just after 10am on Saturday at that particular apartment, we're asking them to come forward with the information they might have.
While the police have collected DNA samples from some residents of the complex, they have faced challenges in obtaining cooperation. Bruegger added:
As a parent of an almost-10-year-old myself, it certainly is a cause for concern.
Migration crisis in the backdrop
It's worth noting that tens of thousands of migrants have entered the country through El Paso this year.
The crisis peaked around December 2022, as the government planned to end COVID-era Title 42 rules which had made entry more challenging.
Many migrant arrivals present themselves to authorities, are processed, and are later released into the nation's interior. They are then expected to appear in court at a later date to determine their status.
· A Guatemalan immigrant, Juan Carlos Garcia-Rodriguez, is the main suspect in the murder of 11-year-old Maria Gonzalez.
· A key found at the crime scene, which belonged to another apartment in the same complex, is playing a crucial role in the investigation.
· The police are offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to Garcia-Rodriguez's arrest.
· The tragic incident sheds light on the broader migration crisis, with tens of thousands entering the country through El Paso this year.
Dianne Feinstein's daughter files lawsuit against Trustees of mother's late husband's estate:
The drama surrounding the health of California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, 90, is once again dominating the headlines.
According to the Daily Caller, Feinstein's daughter has filed a lawsuit against the trustees of the estate of the senator's late husband, Richard Blum. The lawsuit revolves around a dispute concerning distributions from the estate.
Katherine Feinstein, the senator's daughter, accused co-trustees Michael Klein and Marc Scholvinck of "elder abuse" and financial abuse in the bombshell lawsuit. "Breach of trust" was also in the suit, according to filings.
The lawsuit was filed earlier this month in the California Superior Court in the County of San Francisco.
The lawsuit alleges that the trustees committed "financial abuse" of Feinstein by "wrongfully withholding distributions to which (her late husband's) trust entitles her in bad faith and diverting assets that they should have used to fund" the senator's trust.
An attorney for the trustees representing Blum's estate, Steven Braccini, responded to the lawsuit, insisting that the trustees "have acted ethically and appropriately at all times; the same cannot be said for Katherine Feinstein. This filing is unconscionable."
He added, "The trustees have always respected Senator Feinstein and always will. But this has nothing to do with her needs and everything to do with her daughter's avarice."
News of the lawsuit comes in the wake of previous controversy surrounding the elderly senator's extended absence from the upper chamber, which tossed a proverbial wrench in the gears of President Joe Biden's ability to confirm federal judges.
The Daily Caller noted:
The elderly senator missed a total of 91 votes on the Senate floor related to confirming President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees, leading Senate Democrats to try and temporarily replace her.
Her absence was a result of a severe case of shingles, which spread to her face and neck, resulting Ramsay Hunt syndrome. It was also recently revealed that she suffered from encephalitis, a rare side effect from the shingles virus.
Sen. Feinstein has also experienced an increasing number of moments of confusion while conducting business, with aides constantly helping her and nudging her in the right direction.
Many progressive Democrats, especially those in California, have called for Feinstein to step down, citing her age and declining health.
Only time will tell when she finally decides to step away, though it looks like she needs to consider retirement sooner than later so that she can enjoy the time she has left.
The following posting appeared on Paul Nielsen's Basecamp website yesterday.
I posted my comment below it…. Patrick speaking:
I attended a meeting on Wednesday August 16th with some of the exitthesysten.ca members and had the pleasure to meet some wonderful people from the Barter & Trade movement. I was very impressed with the knowledge, experience, and determination that was present in the room. It was a pleasure to attend.
In speaking with Paul, I expressed my view of today’s current situation, and he encouraged me to post it for all members. This message is not created to illicit fear, point fingers, or blame. The major news networks are far more gifted at that then I.
My conversation with Paul is as follows:
As the Titanic sank, it is confirmed that reference to “The Band Played On” is true. Their intent was to calm the people, ease the tension, and manage fear. So, I looked up “The Band” on the Titanic, and it seems they are considered hero’s as they did “play on” as the ship sank. Historical references differ because they played either “Nearer My God to Thee” or a well-known song at that time from England called "Songe d'Automne" (also known simply as "Autumn").
I see Canada and the United States. as the “Titanic”. Our “Iceberg’ is packed with economic hardship, food shortages, decay of our moral backbone, climate change, disease, violence, fires of biblical proportion, wars and pending wars that even threaten our plant.
Our Canadian “band” we call Parliament “Plays On”. The American “band” they call Congress “Plays On” together their focus is to calm the people, ease the tension, and redirect people’s concerns, yet the boat is still sinking.
My hope that more people will stop listening to the “band play” and realize that their survival is dependent upon action they take now.
Learn basic gardening skills, food preservation and food storage, learn how to make water safe to drink, how to cook over an open fire, basic first aid, the list could go on an on.
The knowledge and skills you acquire in self-reliance will better insulate you and your loved ones for your swim shore.
Many people in the self-reliant community are willing to assist in skill development, educate, teach, advise, and comfort. Moving toward in self-reliance requires one to stop listening to the “band play” and learn how to put on a life vest. Time to swim is fast approaching. Get involved, start by tapping into the vast knowledge that members in this group are willing to share.
Thank You, Doug.
Thanks Douglas for your observations. The Trading Post is evolving as quickly as the times we live in. We're offering new options to meet the our community needs beyond just trading - such as "speakers corner", the community internet station, and a website for members who want a directory of services and products. We also hope to find enough volunteers to bring in excess foods from local grocers and growers. This may all sound like re-arranging the chairs as the Titanic sinks, but we believe there's a better ship coming to rescue us, something the Titanic never got. [Patrick Bestall]
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Hot mic catches Biden asking aides to have the press leave the Room:
President Joe Biden has made it abundantly clear that he's not a fan of press events, as he's typically unprepared to answer tough questions or get through a presser without stammering and gaffing it to pieces.
According to the Daily Caller, it was evidenced clearly, once again, this week that Biden can't get rid of reporters quick enough, as he was caught on a hot mic asking his aides to make sure the press in attendance leave the room.
The bizarre moment came during a recent panel with top leaders from Japan and Korea.
The meeting, which involved President Yoon Suk Yeol of the Republic of Korea and Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan, was a discussion about growing security concerns in the Pacific.
Biden's handlers quickly scurried the press out of the room after Biden, at the end of the discussion, said, "We're gonna politely ask the press to leave..."
He quickly turned and smiled at the rest of the people in attendance.
The Daily Caller noted:
The three countries are looking to create a trilateral relationship with growing security concerns about China’s activities in the area. However, the administration was still discussing whether to mention China at all during the summit after both Beijing and North Korea objected strongly to the meeting.
It didn't take long for social media users to criticize the elderly, often-confused president, as many pointed out that he's simply too scared or incapable of handling tough questions, especially on the topic of China.
"Proof positive that Biden is incapable of handling the job," one X user wrote.
Another X user wrote, "What a corrupt, incompetent, arrogant Bureaucrat. The face of why people hate Politicians."
The president has found himself in more embarrassing clips in recent months, as he seems to grow more distant and confused, often jumbling multiple words into verbal garbage or tripping over something.
That certainly plays a role in his dismal polling numbers, which the White House will need to drastically improve in the coming months if they want any hope of standing a chance in the 2024 election.
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