From Our Founder…
2/4/2020 – Two significant things happened over the weekend before this edition is was prepped for posting. And no, one was not the Super Bowl — or the ads. This is a political news and views newsletter. First, President Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu announced a very bold Middle East Peace Plan, which holds promise for this historic region of the world. It is significant and controversial. This could be a great victory for the people of the Middle East.
Additionally, and within a similar time frame, the United States Senate made a historic decision to honor truth and to uphold the U.S. Constitution. This was a victory for “We the People” and the U.S.A. An actual vote on impeachment will supposedly come out tomorrow, but it appears as if President Trump will formally be acquitted. In his spare time, President Trump held huge rallies in New Jersey and in Iowa, where BTW, he won the Iowa GOP caucus that occurred yesterday.
Oh, and by the way, tonight President Trump will offer the State of the Union message to the nation – be sure to watch.
On the other side of the proverbial aisle, the Democrat results of the Iowa caucus have not yet been released, which is provoking all kinds of speculation (see Recommended Reading below). The Democrat Party is blaming the good people of Iowa as responsible for the problem, but it is part of the Democrat playbook to shift blame to others. One needs only look at the former Obama Administration to see how much responsibility was offloaded upon any “goat” possible. Whichever Democrat candidate starts complaining the most about the DNC not releasing the results, could be a more legitimate indication that the concerned candidate won. It may be the DNC cannot accept the winner, which conjures up shades of the Bernie vs. Hillary primary.
The article lineup this week includes one I wrote on whether the Democrat leadership should be held accountable for any crimes they committed in the process of the step by step trail leading to the impeachment crescendo. And please be clear, although Democrat leaders were attempting to state that the impeachment effort was to defend the Constitution or preserve the Constitution, the notion was totally rejected by Constitutional scholars. And thank God, the U.S. Constitution still stands after such an attack on the law of the Land!
We also offer an article from Dr. Robert Owens on the new SECURE ACT (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement), which President Trump signed into law this January. For “seasoned” citizens, it is well worth the read.
This week, we also have a couple of contributions from DefCon News. One article features the Supreme Court ruling that allows the POTUS to enforce immigration laws, and that means that the Trump administration can continue restrictions on immigrants who come here simply to take advantage of the social welfare programs.
The second article is about Hillary Clinton’s “urge to run” again. It the DNC cannot announce (or select/support) a clear winner, they may be tempted to entertain even more possible candidates.
And our commentary would not be complete without an article from Michael Lewinski, from the great Red state of Indiana. He provides a synopsis of the political agenda of the Democrat- Progressive-Socialist party. He is trying to rally his fellow Hoosiers to awaken.
By far the worst news this week was Rush Limbaugh’s announcement of his diagnosis with lung cancer. Executive editor of the CSN newsletter, Don Rosenberg, has put together a new website to pray for Rush and CSN invites those who love him to pray for his speedy recovery and be sure to sign the card. The website is: https://pray4rush.com/
Dennis Jamison, Founder CSN
From Fox News…
Talk radio king Rush Limbaugh stunned his 20-million member audience Monday with the announcement he’s been diagnosed with “advanced lung cancer.”
The 69-year-old conservative talk pioneer closed his broadcast with the grim news, saying he will be leaving his golden EIB microphone for treatment, but hopes to return later this week.
“This day has been one of the most difficult days in recent memory, for me, because I’ve known this moment was coming,” Limbaugh said. “I’m sure that you all know by now that I really don’t like talking about myself and I don’t like making things about me… one thing that I know, that has happened over the 31-plus years of this program is that there has been an incredible bond that had developed between all of you and me.”
RUSH LIMBAUGH’S SHOCKING CANCER DIAGNOSIS SPURS SUPPORT, WELL WISHERS CAN SIGN THE CARD HERE
See Rush’s original announcement here.
“I have a deeply personal relationship with God that I do not proselytize about, but I do, and I have been working that relationship tremendously.”
Limbaugh called his listener base one of “the greatest sources of confidence” that he’s ever had in his life.
“I hope I will be talking about this as little as necessary in the coming days, but we’ve got a great bunch of doctors, a great team assembled, we’re at full speed ahead on this,” Limbaugh said. “It’s just now a matter of implementing what we are going to be told later this week.”
He said he “hopes” to be back on Thursday. “If not, it’ll be as soon as I can,” Limbaugh said. “Every day I’m not here, I’ll be thinking of you and missing you.”
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By Dennis Jamison – February 3, 2020