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News Item12/11/2020 5:36 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I know one person that should never be Times magazine person of the year ❗👎
[QUOTE]David A. Graham/AUTHOR]When Donald Trump was granted a coat of arms for his Scottish golf courses in 2012 (after a lengthy court battle, of course), he chose as its motto “Numquam concedere”: Never concede. He has not, even as it has become clear that he lost the presidential election by a wide margin....[/QUOTE]excerpt from, " The GOP Abandons Democracy"

https://tinyurl.com/y6k4xu8k

Adriel, you really should look at: 👍

https://www.pbs.org/show/rise-nazis/


News Item12/11/2020 1:19 AM
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This is a reasonable action. :how:

News Item12/11/2020 12:51 AM
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Excellent choices ❗👍

News Item12/10/2020 11:29 AM
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Hardly, CV, they just like many others are the actual Republicans and not a import from the Democrats, who is now our President. Yet another opinion from a conservative.

Mona Charen certainly isn't the liberal, so it makes this observation even more important

Mona Charen wrote:
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There’s a theory that people have rallied around President Donald Trump and alternative news sources because they feel disrespected by the mainstream, liberal-leaning press. There is some truth in this, but my experience with conservatives makes me skeptical of that as a complete explanation.

Sure, the urban/rural divide is real — and not limited to the United States — but resentment of elites has always been with us. From suspicion of the First Bank of the United States among the Jeffersonians to the populist movement of the 1890s, “coastal elites” have always been despised by some. But it didn’t drive people into abject lunacy in the past, or at least not on the scale we see today....

excerpt from, "The Republican Party is a danger to American democracy" ❗

https://tinyurl.com/y5cv6j2d


News Item12/10/2020 10:31 AM
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John MacArthur wrote:
Jesus had little trouble reaching the harlots. He had little trouble reaching the thieves and the robbers and the criminals and the outcasts and sinners of society, including the tax collectors, the extortionists. But He had an almost impossible time reaching the religious, self-righteous, moral people who were under the illusion and self-deception that because of their goodness, everything was okay between them and God. You see, they recognized no sin, so they needed no Savior.✓ And that is always the danger of morality, that morality creates an illusion of safety when in fact the person who is moral may be in the greatest danger of all. We see this particularly among the Mormons, who feel so secure because of their morality, when in fact they are so insecure and under the judgment of God and so hard to convince.
excerpt from, "Reformation vs. Relationship"

https://www.gty.org/library/print/sermons-library/2296

✓ Unfortunately, many politicians fall in this group also ❗👎


News Item12/10/2020 9:28 AM
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I wish John MacArthur would remember this ❗👍
John MacArthur wrote:
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What are Christians to do about it?

Many think this is a political problem that will not be solved without a political strategy. During the past twenty-five years, well-meaning Christians have founded a number of evangelical activist organizations and sunk millions of dollars into them in an effort to use the apparatus of politics—lobbying, legislation, demonstration, and boycott—to counteract the moral decline of American culture. They pour their energy and other resources into efforts to drum up a “Christian” political movement that will fight back against the prevailing anti-Christian culture.

But is that a proper perspective? I believe not. America’s moral decline is a spiritual problem, not a political one, and its solution is the gospel, not partisan politics.

LESSONS FROM HISTORY

This is a lesson evangelicals ought to know from church history. Whenever the church has focused on evangelism and preaching the gospel, her influence has increased. When she has sought power by political, cultural, or military activism, she has damaged or spoiled her testimony....

excerpt from, "The Gospel and Politics"

https://tinyurl.com/habzqpz


News Item12/10/2020 9:11 AM
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Allison Durkee wrote:
Tuesday marks the “safe harbor” deadline by which states can lock in their presidential election results with Congress before the Electoral College meets Dec. 14—but the deadline isn’t expected to stop the Trump campaign and Republican Party’s long-shot legal efforts to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. Here’s what the safe harbor deadline means for Trump’s post-election court fight:..
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Judges can legally still rule on election challenges after Dec. 8—and theoretically change the results, though judges have universally refused to do that so far—but “courts are going to be very reluctant to mess with the safe harbor deadline,” election law expert Rick Hasen wrote, later adding on Twitter to think of the safe harbor date “not as a drop dead deadline but as another nail in the coffin.”...
excerpt from, "The ‘Safe Harbor’ Deadline For Election Results Has Arrived: Here’s What That Means For Trump’s Lawsuits"

https://tinyurl.com/y3ywp8tm

Interesting article from Forbes magazine.


News Item12/10/2020 1:34 AM
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I assume that John MacArthur still believes in the Four Foundation of Dispensationalism

"The First Foundation: Consistent Literal Interpretation"

https://tinyurl.com/y7bl8nzj

"Premillennialism: The Second Foundation"

https://tinyurl.com/ycb4dg47

"Futurism: The Third Foundation"

https://tinyurl.com/y965aje4

"Israel / Church Distinction: The 4th Foundation"

https://tinyurl.com/yc7f5e86

I believe he still has that right anyway.


News Item12/10/2020 1:08 AM
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This outfit had quite a bit of success with ads also.
QUOTE][AUTHOR]Simon Dumenco[/AUTHOR]....
The Lincoln Project, of course, pumped out a lot of ads—with such finesse and success, under Wilson’s creative direction, that Ad Age has named the PAC one of 2020’s Marketers of the Year. In this in-depth conversation, Wilson (speaking by phone from his home in Tallahassee, Fla.) reveals some of the art and science behind TLP’s barrage of remarkable, agenda-setting, viral political ads....
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We moved former Republicans, independents and current Republicans over what we call the Bannon Line. Steve Bannon, who is no fan of us, said, early in the process, if these guys can move 2% or 3% of the Republican vote, Trump is gonna lose. Well, from the metrics we’re showing, in the swing states, where we spent I would say 80% to 85% of our resources, we moved the Bannon Line, and crossover Republican votes, between 9% and 13%...[/QUOTE]excerpt from, "The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson on the ads that actually worked"❗👍

https://tinyurl.com/y4paao5a


News Item12/9/2020 12:46 PM
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Well, Julia, covid-19 has now surpassed heart disease for killing people off in the United States.

There still must be a lot of Republicans out in California!

"The Republicans Can't Handle the Truth"

"You shouldn’t be surprised that they’re still backing Trump."

https://tinyurl.com/y4vfs2og

Interesting! Paul Krugman pointed out various examples before pre-Trump candidacy that shows the Republicans have an aversion to truth for quite a few years now. It is something that Christians should think about when supporting them. 👎


News Item12/9/2020 12:41 PM
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Since I don't drink, especially I don't smoke anything, this is almost amusing but not quite.
Mike Adams wrote:
“In legal adult use cannabis states,” the analysts wrote, “the number binge drinking sessions per month (for states legal through 2016) was -9% below the national average.”

What’s more is legal marijuana states, where adults 21 and older can walk into a dispensary and purchase a variety of cannabis products, experienced 13 percent less binge drinking than areas of prohibition. The writing is on the wall – people with legal access to recreational marijuana are opting to spend either all or a portion of their booze budget on a substance that has been deemed “a safer alternative.”

excerpt from,"Binge Drinking Drops In States With Recreational Marijuana"

https://tinyurl.com/yyn4rbvn

It's better to avoid both


News Item12/8/2020 10:43 PM
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You will notice that Pakistan was not on Trump's exclusion list!
Debra Killalea wrote:
DONALD Trump’s executive order banning the citizens of seven countries from entering the United States is supposed to protect the nation from “radical Islamic terrorists”.

But conspicuously, the order does not apply to several other Muslim-majority countries that suffer from well documented problems with terrorism.

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Pakistan is not on the banned list despite a wave of terror attacks there, and long-running accusations that it’s been a state sponsor of terrorism.

The San Bernardino massacre, in which 14 people were killed, was perpetrated by Syed Rizwan Farook, who is of Pakistani descent, and his wife Tashfeen Malik, who grew up in Saudi Arabia....

excerpt from, "Donald Trump ‘Muslim ban’: Why weren’t these countries included?"

https://tinyurl.com/yyawpq8z


News Item12/8/2020 10:20 PM
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Spencer S. Hsu and Ann E. Marimow wrote:
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In formally ending Flynn’s three-year legal saga, U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan said he probably would have denied the Justice Department’s controversial effort this year to drop the case, ...
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“President Trump’s decision to pardon Mr. Flynn is a political decision, not a legal one. Because the law recognizes the President’s political power to pardon, the appropriate course is to dismiss this case as moot,” Sullivan wrote, adding: “However, the pardon ‘does not, standing alone, render [Mr. Flynn] innocent of the alleged violation.’ ”

The 43-page ruling delivered the court’s final say in the politically charged case, ...

excerpt from, "Michael Flynn judge says pardon doesn’t mean ex-national security adviser is innocent"

https://tinyurl.com/y6hlu88u

A very interesting article about a very unhappy judge❗


News Item12/8/2020 2:52 PM
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This article made some interesting points. If they aren't going to shut down everything, they can at least encourage people to wear masks and socially distance. no wonder California's are getting a little tired of this. 😷

News Item12/8/2020 2:42 PM
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Well, Nick just for two points, and I should find links for them because I know they're out there and because I agree with them so why think of something new?

But I think if you look up Russell Moore and his link for the 2016 election he will point out that evangelicals are hypocritical when they used to attack presidential candidates for morals failings, while Trump moral failings are completely good

Of course, such behavior is driving out young people especially from the Evangelical churches anyway

George Will has always been a conservative, not one of convenience like Mr. Trump. if you have any doubts go read a whole bunch of his commentaries which are easily found here:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/syndication/columnists/george-f-will/


News Item12/8/2020 1:56 PM
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Tish Durkin wrote:
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Joe Biden or Donald Trump: Who’s the better Catholic? If this seems like an odd question to raise in the context of a race for the highest secular office in America—and a race in which one of the two candidates is Protestant—never mind. Both campaigns, and their surrogates, are hotly contesting the answer....

Of course, every presidential race since Roe v. Wade has featured tension between single-issue anti-abortion-rights Catholic voters and the more liberal, “social justice” Catholics who consider abortion just one issue of many. This time, though, the Catholic wars have greatly expanded....

excerpt from, "The Catholics Who Hate Joe Biden—And Pope Francis"❗

https://tinyurl.com/y4y7npa2

Cameron Doody wrote:
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“By patching together bits of unverified information, repeating banal and deceptively persuasive arguments, sending strident and hateful messages, we do not help to weave human history, but instead strip others of their dignity”, the Pope wrote....
excerpt from, "Italian cardinal tells Francis critics to become Protestants if they don’t like Pope"

https://tinyurl.com/y35dt42w

Mike, sometimes you can say the most amusing things ❗🙃


News Item12/8/2020 8:56 AM
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Timothy, considering Nebraska's one of the Whiter States, we can't blame racism for the amount of incarceration of Whites besides other races in the state, I would say also. Christianity Today did mention Trump's problem with the idea, without going into detail. the following article will go into little more detail.

No doubt, one of the better articles on how Critical Race Theory came to be and what it is

"President Trump Has Attacked Critical Race Theory. Here's What to Know About the Intellectual Movement"

https://time.com/5891138/critical-race-theory-explained/


News Item12/8/2020 1:32 AM
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It should be remembered that Trump also supported queer rights and abortion until it wasn't politically expedient for him to do so. I find it somewhat ironical that Joe Biden supports the secular traditions of this country much more than Trump. Trump's family certainly benefited from the secular culture of the United States.

By the way,

"Pope Francis congratulates Biden for winning presidential election"

https://tinyurl.com/y6cvs722


News Item12/8/2020 1:17 AM
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Emma Green wrote:
...Since at least 1995, the church has been publicly repenting for its history of racial discrimination. Arguably, it has made progress; minority participation in Southern Baptist congregations has blossomed. Yet after two decades, the public-policy arm of the church is still focused almost exclusively on conservative social issues, rather than topics like poverty and mass incarceration, which have a significant impact on racial disparities in America....
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“Most of my white brothers and sisters place a great emphasis on individualism and meritocracy,” said Thabiti Anyabwile, a black pastor who heads a church in southeast D.C. “Most of my African American brothers and sisters, we've had a group experience. Our experience in this country has been defined first and foremost by this pigment that we share. So when we have these conversations about how to make progress, African Americans go to group experience pretty quickly. We speak in ‘we.’ And white Americans go pretty quickly to individual and speak of ‘I.’”
excerpt from, "Southern Baptists and the Sin of Racism"

https://tinyurl.com/yaz3aphs

Also a good article like the one that is from Christianity Today❗👍


News Item12/7/2020 5:59 AM
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The Republicans have a head start on the Democrats for goofy groups, and they have probably a much more influence in the Republican party than some of these secular groups having the Democratic party . Remember Joe Biden isn't an atheist he's a Catholic ❗🛐

The Laura Loomer mentioned in the article below I believe even one a congressional seat ❗👎

Adam Gabbatt wrote:
While Loomer may espouse the most dangerous beliefs of all the Republicans to win primaries this year, it’s a tight contest.

Media Matters, a not-for-profit progressive research center which monitors misinformation, has counted 67 current or former rightwing congressional candidates who have embraced QAnon, a conspiracy theory based in antisemitic tropes which has incited supporters to violence and is popular among Trump supporters.

Angela Stanton King, a QAnon believer who claimed Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter were a screen “for pedophilia and human trafficking”, won an uncontested primary in Georgia in July.

excerpt from, "Wave of extremist Republicans run for office, many with Trump's blessing"

https://tinyurl.com/y6g7hjup

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