Weekly Newsletter -1/8/2019
The American Dream is in Jeopardy
by Don Rosenberg, Charlotte, NC
The principles of unity, democracy and private enterprise that our forefathers fought for as colonists from Europe, and inscribed in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, are being challenged on every level.
A wide array of interests has gathered together to systematically oppose each of these principles because a strong United States is a threat to their plans.
These interests are both foreign and domestic. Foreign interests include Globalists who see a strong United States as the impediment to their plans to control the world, cartels that make trillions of dollars poisoning our children, and terrorist countries and organizations who know that the United States is the only power in the world with the strength and resolve to oppose them.
Insensitivity to Illegal Immigration
by Dennis Jamison
In light of the continuing federal government shutdown, recently Chris Wallace, of FOX News, grilled White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, about President Donald Trump’s resolution on the funding for the Border Wall. Mr. Wallace challenged Sanders on whether many of the illegal immigrants were actually terrorists who were attempting to cross, or who have already crossed the Mexican border with the United States. Wallace was using some available data on the actual number of the immigrants who were criminals or terrorists and appeared proud of himself for doing some homework; yet, he may have not done enough.
Who’s the Boss?
Posted by Keith Broaders on December 23, 2018
With the ratification of the 17th Amendment that mandated the direct election of Senators, the states legislatures lost their legitimate representation in the United States Senate and their ability to hold the Congress accountable. Our bicameral legislature now has both houses representing the best interests of the Wall Street bankers and corporations. They dole out millions of dollars every two years to ppopulate seats in the Senate to be filled by their hand picked puppets.
Encouraging Conservative Change for the Good
By Michael J. Lewinski 01/05/18
John Mauldin, in his newsletter, “Thoughts from the Front Lines,” predicted a bumpy 2019. He is a really bright person whom you should read. Unfortunately, he requires a paid subscription; a reasonable amount, but exceptional value.
The challenges; the FED and monetary policies, the trade and tariff disputes, and losing the political ability to work together against common problems. He observed, “I see dangerous times coming. I’d like to be wrong about this, but I don’t think I am. I think 2019 will be a Year of Living Dangerously, followed by the 2020s as a Decade of Living Dangerously.”
House Democrats Make Abortion Funding Top Priority
DALLAS — Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, issues the following statement in response to the passage of legislation in the U.S. House to reopen the government that includes funding for abortion initiatives:
“The U.S. House passed legislation yesterday to reopen the government that contained language to directly support abortions worldwide, including the repeal of the Mexico City Policy and an increase in funding for the U.N. Population Fund.
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