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Sunday-Monday 7-30/31-23

Sunday / Monday 7-30/31-23

Verse(s) for today:

All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.

2 Timothy 3:16-17 KJV

But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

Matthew 4:4 KJV

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.

Ephesians 3:20-21 KJV

Thought(s) for the Day:

“I used to be afraid of the dark, until I learned that I am the light, and the dark is afraid of me.” …Ephesians 5:8

Trump was Right About China:

China just tested a hypersonic missile that can carry a nuke around the world.

The Financial Times reports it "could deliver a nuclear weapon that evades US missile defenses."

The US Ambassador said "We just don't know how we can defend against that technology."

The Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was "very close to a Sputnik Moment."

The good news is... Trump predicted this!

And began working with a small laser company that's working to shoot down these missiles.

"The Buck Stops Here"

Dylan Jovine CEO and Founder Behind the Markets

Merrick Garland had a bone-chilling idea handed to him on MSNBC that will change America forever:

More and more Americans believe the country has a two-tiered justice system.

But many on the Left have no intention of stopping at “rules for thee and not for me.”

And now Merrick Garland just had a bone-chilling idea handed to him on MSNBC that will change America forever.

This plan hatched on MSNBC to shut down free speech will leave you shell shocked.

When leftists latch onto a Republican initiative, freedom-loving Americans are now immediately suspicious.

Within a month and a half of the 2001 terrorist attacks, then President George W. Bush convinced Congress to pass the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act, which soon came to be known as the Patriot Act.

The shocking and controversial bill vastly increased government power allowing the FBI to conduct searches and even wiretap American citizens without any proof of wrongdoing.

The shocking law was a boon to nosy bureaucrats who now had explicit permission to blow off the constitutional protections against search and seizure contained in the Fourth Amendment.

Of course, that law was passed in a fear-based climate as US politicians basically committed endless taxpayer dollars to go to battle with a state of mind in their “War on Terrorism.”

Now, an MSNBC guest just put out an idea Merrick Garland will love.

Left-wing podcaster Paul Rieckhoff suggested a plan to turbocharge the already out-of-control weaponization of federal agencies, during a recent episode of the MSNBC program Deadline: White House.

Essentially his idea would create a Patriot Act 2.0.

“I wouldn’t dismiss it as just something that only people on the right or watching Fox News can latch on to. We are in a battle for hearts and minds, and there are people who are on the fence,” Rieckhoff started off.

Taking Big Government oppression to the next level

“You’ve got to have leaders and messages and messengers and programs to get to those people that bring them over into community organizing and into non-profit organizations and away from the Patriot Front and the Oath Keepers,” he went on to say, essentially claiming that anyone who isn’t a Barack Obama-style community organizer is in danger of becoming an unhinged right-wing extremist.

MSNBC host Nicole Wallace didn’t even bat an eye as her guest went on to basically accuse vast swaths of sensible Americans of being terrorists by claiming “the parallels of 9/11 are important.”

“After 9/11, the laws didn’t work. They made massive changes to respond to a new threat,” Reichkhoff claimed. “I think we have to face the fact that many of our structures, laws, and policies may not work. After 9/11 we created the Department of Homeland Security. There was the Patriot Act.”

Now he’s pushing for some sort of additional “tectonic shift.”

“It’s got to be much more than see something – say something. But maybe our laws need to change to respond to the fact that someone like Mike Flynn, the former national security director, is openly calling for violence consistently,” he argued. [This simply is not true!]

The last tweet Mike Flynn issued that dealt with violence called for ending the mistreatment of children.

“We must protect the future of our nation by stopping the destruction of our children through abortions and genital mutilation,”he noted on July 27 in a post about pro-life efforts in Ohio.

In reality, Rieckhoff is advocating for the federal government to create new vastly intrusive laws to strip Americans of freedom of speech and the right to privacy for only one reason: to further silence the Left’s political opponents.

[Un-Muzzled News]

Jill Biden's ex-husband tells chilling tale of threat from Biden family member:

First Lady Jill Biden's ex-husband recently revealed a scary situation he encountered in the past regarding the Biden family and their intimidating power.

According to The Daily Wire, Bill Stevenson, who married Jill Biden in 1970, said he was once threatened by President Joe Biden's brother, Frankie Biden, over a property dispute included in his divorce with Jill.

Stevenson held nothing back, describing the family as the "Biden crime family," and warning that former President Donald Trump is being treated in a similar fashion.

The way Stevenson described the encounter he had with Frankie Biden raises many questions and seems to bolster claims the Bidens will go to any length to silence their opponents.

Stevenson told Newsmax host Greg Kelly this week that after he and Jill Biden finalized their divorce in 1975, Frankie Biden was the first of the Biden family to approach him, and the encounter wasn't pleasant, to say the least.

"This is when my problems started," Stevenson said. "In 1982, they lost the house, and Jill had to come to the lawyer’s office and sign off the deed of a house in downtown Newark [Delaware]."

"Here is where the problem was," Stevenson added. "Frankie Biden of the Biden crime family comes up to me and he goes, ‘Give her the house, or you’re going to have serious problems.’ I looked at Frankie, and I said, ‘What, are you threatening me?'"

The insanity began to unfold from there, as Stevenson said he was indicted, along with his brother, on a tax charge after the encounter, adding that he was stunned by the power that the Biden family held.

"Needless to say, about two months later, my brother and I were indicted for that tax charge for $8,200. [I] could not believe the power of Joe Biden and the Department of Justice. I couldn’t believe it," Stevenson continued.

Stevenson claimed that because he angered the Biden family, he had been a target for decades.

"I was on the wrong side of them and they have literally come after me for 35 years in a row. One little thing after another," Stevenson said.

President Biden, as his campaign desperately attempts to get his 2024 presidential campaign off the ground, is facing an ugly public relations, legal-related challenge regarding Hunter Biden's ongoing situation, and the House Oversight Committee's relentless pursuit of proving that Joe Biden was well-involved in the family influence-peddling business all along.


Neeson™ @baggy615

Don’t worry. Aliens, climate change, and a third Trump indictment are chambered as distractions. They can distract til ‘24 where gas prices will magically drop and student loans will be “forgiven” for the umpteenth time. Pallets/ hidden suitcases of ballots will show up.

[American Digest]

Man, who drowned newborn pleads guilty:

In Fort Dodge, Iowa, a couple's fear of losing custody of their child led to the tragic drowning of their newborn daughter, followed by a complex legal battle.

Brandon Thoma and Taylor Blaha, a couple from Fort Dodge, Iowa, found themselves in a situation that no one could have predicted. The birth of their daughter, Kayleen Lee Blaha, should have been a joyous occasion. Instead, it turned into a nightmare that ended in a criminal investigation and legal proceedings.

The story began in November 2022 when the couple gave birth to Kayleen at home. Fearing that officials would discover methamphetamine in the baby's system and take away their son, they made a decision that would change their lives forever.

Tragic decision Leads to unthinkable act:

The couple allegedly moved the newborn to the bathtub and drowned her, as reported by MSN. This decision was reportedly driven by the fear that neighbors would alert law enforcement if they heard the baby crying. The fear of losing custody of their other child due to the discovery of meth in the newborn's system further fueled their actions.

Following the act, Brandon Thoma wrapped the baby's body in trash bags, placed it in a plastic tote, and carried it outside in a backpack. He later told Taylor Blaha that he had disposed of the body in a wooded area. Despite multiple searches and Thoma's cooperation with law enforcement, Kayleen's remains have not been found.

Investigators found searches on the couple's electronic devices related to "how to force a miscarriage," suggesting they had attempted to terminate the pregnancy unsuccessfully. Objects consistent with an umbilical cord or human placenta were also discovered in a drawer at their home.

Legal proceedings and charges:

During a hearing, Thoma pleaded guilty to one count of child endangerment resulting in the death of a child and abuse of a corpse. Originally charged with first-degree murder and abuse of a corpse, the plea to lesser charges means Thoma could face a maximum sentence of 50 years for child endangerment and 10 years for abuse of a corpse. His sentencing is scheduled for September 1, KWWL reports.

Blaha, who was charged with first-degree murder, has pleaded not guilty and is expected to go to trial on September 12. The case highlights the tragic consequences of drug addiction and the legal complexities surrounding such a heinous crime.

Both Thoma and Blaha admitted to cutting Kayleen's umbilical cord with scissors. The details of this case have left the community in shock and raised questions about the impact of drug addiction on decision-making.

Community reaction and search for answers

The community's reaction to this tragic event has been one of disbelief and sorrow. Neighbors, friends, and family are left grappling with the question of how something like this could happen.

Law enforcement's efforts to locate Kayleen's remains continue, but the search has proven difficult. Thoma's cooperation has not led to the discovery of the body, leaving a painful void for those seeking closure.

The case serves as a stark reminder of the devastating effects of drug addiction and the lengths to which people will go to protect their secrets. It also raises questions about the support systems in place for those struggling with addiction and the need for intervention before tragedy strikes.

Lessons to learn from This tragedy:

1. Understanding Addiction: Recognizing the signs of addiction and seeking help early can prevent tragic consequences. Support from friends, family, and professionals is crucial.

2. Community Awareness: Being aware of the struggles of those around us and offering support can make a difference. Compassion and understanding can lead to intervention and help.

3. Legal Complexity: This case highlights the complexities of the legal system, especially when dealing with crimes fueled by addiction. It emphasizes the importance of fair representation and due process.

Why people care about this story:

This story has captured the attention of many because of its heartbreaking nature and the complex issues it raises. The loss of a newborn child is a tragedy that resonates with everyone, and the circumstances surrounding this case make it even more compelling.

People are drawn to the legal aspects of the story, the challenges faced by law enforcement, and the questions it raises about addiction and mental health. The community's reaction and the ongoing search for Kayleen's remains add further layers to a story that will not soon be forgotten.

The lessons to be learned from this tragedy serve as a call to action for all of us. Whether it's recognizing the signs of addiction, offering support to those in need, or understanding the complexities of the legal system, this story offers valuable insights.

Ultimately, the story of Brandon Thoma and Taylor Blaha is a reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of compassion, understanding, and intervention. It's a story that challenges us to look deeper into the issues that affect our communities and to take action to prevent future tragedies.

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[U.S. Crime REPORT]



JULY 30, 2023

A recent declaration by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito stating that Congress has no power to regulate the high court has triggered a wave of criticism from Democratic lawmakers.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Alito asserted that "no provision" in the Constitution allows Congress to regulate the Supreme Court, causing concern and igniting backlash among numerous Democrats, The Hill reported.

Justice Alito challenges Congressional authority:

Justice Alito publicly voiced this controversial viewpoint on Friday. He referred to the current endeavors by Congressional Democrats to enforce stronger ethics rules for the Supreme Court, stating that the Constitution provides them no authority to execute such regulation.

Alito further disclosed that while his colleagues haven't expressed this concern publicly, it's a matter they've contemplated.

His remarks, given their contentious nature, have provoked an intense response from House Democrats.

Lawmakers push back against Alito's claim:

Responding to Justice Alito's statement, Rep. Ted Lieu (CA-36) countered that Congress has always held regulatory power over the Supreme Court.

Posting on the social platform X, formerly known as Twitter, he reminded Alito that his position on the Supreme Court partly comes from the expansion of the Court to nine Justices by Congress.

Rep. Lieu stated:

Congress can impeach Justices and can in many cases strip the Court of jurisdiction. Congress has always regulated you and will continue to do so. You are not above the law.

Additionally, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY-14) emphasized that the Supreme Court should be the "most scrutinized" due to its significant power.

Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats react to Alito's claim:

Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez expressed her criticism via a post, arguing that the Supreme Court, being unelected and life-appointed, should be subject to more scrutiny, not less.

She continued to express her concern over corruption and power abuse, regardless of its source.

Following Alito's remarks, both Reps. Katie Porter (CA-47) and Adam Schiff (CA-30) questioned Alito's viewpoint. Rep. Porter posted on X that Justice Alito's opinion is not merely controversial but incorrect.

In response to Justice Alito's claims, Rep. Porter stated:

This is coming from a justice who tried to hide the fact that he accepted luxury vacations on private jets. As a government official, I welcome the American people holding me accountable—why doesn’t Justice Alito?

Adam Schiff demands enforceable code of ethics:

Schiff referred to a ProPublica report about a previously undisclosed Alaskan fishing trip, paid for by a conservative donor, which Justice Alito had accepted in 2008.

He claimed this incident illustrates the necessity for an "enforceable code of ethics."

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), the sponsor of a bill to reform Supreme Court ethics standards, highlighted the connections between the author of the Journal interview and a conservative legal activist who organized the controversial fishing trip.

Senate members respond to Alito's remarks:

Sen. Whitehouse shared his views on social media, indicating a deep-rooted problem around the Supreme Court.

Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) described Alito's comments as "escalatory" and provocative, potentially inciting action even among those who usually resist court reforms.

A number of other Democratic lawmakers, including Rep. Ritchie Torres (NY-15)), Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN), Sen. Martin Henrich (D-NM), and former Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York, also expressed their disapproval of Justice Alito's comments.


  • · Justice Alito stated in an interview that the Constitution does not grant Congress the power to regulate the Supreme Court, sparking controversy.

  • · Many Democratic lawmakers, including Rep. Ted Lieu and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, challenged this viewpoint, emphasizing the importance of checks and balances in government.

  • · Other Democratic representatives and senators voiced their concern, with some calling for stronger ethics rules and increased scrutiny of the Supreme Court.

[Washington Digest]

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Morning Update:

Tentative deal reached in labour dispute at B.C. ports, averting another strike:

The union representing B.C. port workers has reached a tentative agreement with employers, averting another strike while capping a month of wild swings in industrial relations.

Both sides recommended late Sunday that their members accept the negotiated settlement, just hours after the union criticized employers for refusing to budge on the major sticking point of contracting out of jobs.

Both the union and the employers had characterized the issue of contracting-out as the major sticking point. The two sides disagreed over the proposed language governing the definition of what constitutes regular maintenance historically performed by unionized workers. The BC Maritime Employers Association argued that the union was seeking to expand its jurisdiction beyond what has been customary for decades for regular maintenance at terminals. In sharp contrast, the union warned of what it saw as a threat to its membership base whenever employers call in third parties.

Federal Labour Minister Seamus O’Regan asked the Canada Industrial Relations Board to intervene on Saturday, hours after the union announced that eligible voting members rejected the mediated tentative deal that their leadership agreed to on July 21. The agreement came shortly after.

[Globe & Mail Media]

Breaking News from Newsmax:

[News Max Media]

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: Scarborough by-election:

The Scarborough-Guildwood by-election was held this past week, on Thursday, July 27, and the results were excellent: we brought attention to many of the issues plaguing Ontario’s education system as they relate to parental rights; we placed the blame where it belongs, with Doug Ford; and we helped to stop Ford’s local PC candidate from winning, sending a message to Ford and his party.

Well done, Tony Walton!

A few weeks ago, we suspected that none of the other “minor parties” would run the sort of “parental rights awareness campaign” that is so badly needed everywhere these days, and we were right. None did. We decided to run our own candidate and it is a good thing that we did!

Were it not for Tony Walton and STOP THE NEW SEX ED AGENDA, there would have been virtually no mention about issues such as Doug Ford’s failure to repeal the Kathleen Wynne sex ed curriculum and Ford’s authorization of the teaching of “gender identity theory” and “critical race theory” in Ontario schools. [To see what Walton's campaign was all about, read this letter.]

Bringing attention to these points was the entire focus of our campaign in Scarborough-Guildwood. Tony’s local team, with help from volunteers from across the Toronto area, managed to distribute 20,000 flyers throughout the riding. They managed to raise awareness of what is going on in our schools, and how Doug Ford is to blame.

Congratulations to STOP THE NEW SEX ED AGENDA candidate Tony Walton for a job well done in the Scarborough-Guildwood by-election of July 27th!

Not simply “well done” but I must point out for the benefit of PAFE supporters everywhere: MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

I'll have a lot more to say about this next week, but for now I would like to pass on to you a letter Queenie Yu wrote about this by-election.

Teresa Pierre, Ph. D., President Parents as First Educators

And more Trudeau the Hypocrite:

"Trudeau and Environment Minister Guilbeault continue to harm Canada’s economy with escalating carbon taxes and harmful regulations that restrict the resource and dissuade foreign investments. They have no problem enriching China. China remains the biggest greenhouse-gas emitter. Yet Trudeau continues giving China billions for rare earths needed to manufacture EVs and purchasing green energy systems to fulfil his ‘green dream.’ By killing the golden goose (the natural resource industry), to push his radical ideology, Trudeau also runs the real risk of driving Canada over the fiscal cliff." (Larrry Comeau to the Calgary Sun)

And our city council [LONDON] is deter mined to follow in Trudeau's footsteps.

[Patrick Bestall]

P.S."One thing that struck me about the protests was the phalanx of security guards that surrounded the PM. In this and other security incidents, it seems the Trudeau security detail is composed of numerous burly men. Rarely do I recall seeing an equal representation of women security officers around the PM." Yet we're supposed to accept female cops. (David Marshall letter to Ottawa Sun)

Bleeding heart liberals = bleeding crime victims:

This is the same sappy sympathy that our city councilors feel for the stubborn homeless who won't accept treatment. They're vagrants not victims (the latter want help).

Sohi asked the federal government to tighten up rules that require judges to grant bail to every suspect, even ones with long histories of violent behaviour, except in the most extreme cases.

Canada’s catch-and-release bail and parole systems are a very big part of the problem. And Sohi should know whereof he speaks. In 2018, he was a cabinet minister in the Trudeau government that brought in the reforms requiring all-but-automatic bail and early parole.

“I am really, really concerned about the escalation of violence in our city, particularly the violent incidents that we have experienced, whether close to the Belvedere LRT station, or the random shooting that took place in the west end.”

The suspect in the Nkundabatware killing, Jamal Joshua Malik Wheeler, was out on bail and under a weapons prohibition at the time. [Patrick Bestall]

Only in China you say?

Fields of unused EV cars, mountains of unused bicycles...this is insane.

[Patrick Bestall]

Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors:

This is just ‘Informational’ and YOU

must make up YOUR OWN MIND!


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The Real News for Sun. 30 July 2023:

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