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FRONT PAGE  |  8/7/2020
TUESDAY, JUL 14, 2020  |  22 comments
Trump denies Minnesota governor's request for $500M to repair damage from riots
President Trump has denied a request from Minnesota’s governor for money to rebuild parts of Minneapolis that were destroyed during the riots following the death of George Floyd.

“The Governor is disappointed that the federal government declined his request for financial support,” Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's office said in a statement. “As we navigate one of the most difficult periods in our state’s history, we look for support from our federal government to help us through.”

Walz, a Democrat, asked that Trump declare Minnesota a “major disaster” zone in a request to the Federal Emergency Management Agency on July 2 after more than 1,500 buildings were damaged by looting and rioting in the wake of Floyd’s death, totaling over $500 million in damages.

At least one Republican in the state had lobbied the Trump administration in opposition to the request, arguing that the state’s response to the ...


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News Item7/15/2020 3:05 PM
Dr. Tim | Way Down Yonder  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Yes, WFP, a good sermon I heard today is “Only Be Strong” by R.B. Ouellette.
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News Item7/15/2020 2:28 PM
du recorder  Contact via emailFind all comments by du recorder
DU Recorder is an app that lets you record a video of whatever is happening in your Android’s screen. The best part is that once you’ve recorded the video you can also edit it using the an editing tool that’s been included in the app.
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News Item7/15/2020 2:26 PM
hey_yo | North East  Find all comments by hey_yo
[My apologies to others for possibly distracting too much from the news topic.]

Frank: I appreciate your personal conviction and advice on being tactful.
Your ideas about Trump are not what I'm critical of, as they are logical and make sense.
Others often only bring up the fear of Socialists taking over, in order for me to take Trump's side. Well, I believe the Socialists have taken over; with Massachusetts and mandatory healthcare for all, overflowing welfare, leftism abounds in personal life, etc.
There's an 'abomination of desolation' within critical thought these days and our language has been breaking down. Perhaps this is like the Tower of Babel in a way. Well, God has come down in the form of the Gospel to exact judgment.

The Quiet Christian: Your Presbyterian breakdown is insightful.
I'm desperate to find a good Reformed Baptist church. The only one near me which is amazingly KJV/Textus Receptus (great for me) yet he is constantly, actually relentlessly, pushing a weird doctrine. (I would use the 'h' word, yet I think I've been censored for saying it.)
Thanks for the Aquila Report suggestion. I check in every so often. ReformationCharlotte is one that recently came to my notice, as the leftist and subversive r/Reformed (Reddit) recently banned the site.

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News Item7/15/2020 1:17 PM
Wayfarer pilgrim | Lubbock, Texas  Find all comments by Wayfarer pilgrim
What gets me Dr. Tim is the Governor of Minnesota went to ask for money. Boy, he never met my daddy, if he had set fire to the barn. He’d have learned real quick to go to work and build a new one for all the mess Him , his little brother Jacob, BLM, and the communist Democratic Farmers Party had caused
Dr. Tim- any good sermons you could recommend, your latest listened too?
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News Item7/15/2020 10:40 AM
Dr. Tim | Way Down Yonder  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Now WFP, you stop trying to inject logic into the situation! Next thing you know you’ll be advocating common sense, and you know how loathsome that is to liberals.
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News Item7/15/2020 10:29 AM
Wayfarer pilgrim | Lubbock, Texas  Find all comments by Wayfarer pilgrim
Why doesn’t Minnesota take the money to defund the police to pay for their bills. Or bake sales, or defund the school system since it hasn’t met since March, or from hospitals or wherever it hurts. Bye Jacob.
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News Item7/15/2020 8:17 AM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Hey Yo, check out the Aquila Report.

Amen, Dr. Tim.

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News Item7/15/2020 7:31 AM
Dr. Tim | Way Down Yonder  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Remember Steve Irwin, the “Crocodile Hunter”? Steve insisted on playing with deadly creatures, and it eventually cost him his life. Minnesota voters insisted on playing with deadly creatures known as liberals, and it cost them half a billion smackers. Sorry, Minnesota, but you asked for it. Not a nickel of my tax dollars should go to pay for your idiocy.
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News Item7/15/2020 7:19 AM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Frank, I appreciate your honesty in addressing the President & have to agree. At best, he is a mixed bag. I do appreciate some of the decisions he has made. His behaviors...not so much.

Hey Yo, I'm with you as a Calvinist but looking for something more than what the OPC or PCA have become. There are not a lot of alternatives out there and it depends on the individual church. The PCA is rooted in the South and has been attempting to address racial reconciliation for some time. The OP came out of the Modernist-Fundamentalist debate but landed not quite so fundamentalist; and about half of the PCA did too thru a round about way. I appreciate our Baptist brethren as they sometimes display better discernment when addressing the world. Have you considered a Reformed Baptist church? We've received many recommendations to seek one out. They are few and far between in our neck of the woods.

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News Item7/14/2020 10:21 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
hey_yo wrote:
About the only thing I say about Trump is he is an immoral buffoon. I have said that so often that I now mostly don’t. A lot of people could be a type of antichrist depending on how you discern that. I have no idea what the "root retweets" are; I will google that.

I voted for Trump because I knew he would pander to conservatives. Because of that I thought just one little baby in the womb might be saved And, I will in all probability vote for him again for that reason. It helps that I always remember that there is "none good, no not one".

There is never a time when truth should not be spoken. I am sometimes guilty of appeasing the truth, but you are very correct. Christ never spoke untruths because if was efficacious or kinder.

I have said repeatedly that the riots have nothing at all to do with racism. Their sole purpose is to undo our democracy and set up socialism. Now this doesn’t mean that our democracy is pleasing to God.

From your post, it appears we are on the same page on many of these issues. I will start reading your posts more from now on. The ones that haven’t been censored.

But perhaps you need to be more tactful.
That has been my downfall from the beginning.

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News Item7/14/2020 7:26 PM
hey_yo | wilderness  Find all comments by hey_yo
Frank wrote:
I agree and thanks for your reply. I am a stranger and alien in this lost and fallen world. My only true allegiance is to my Lord and Savior. I notice you were being censored lately, but I didn't see why.
I compared Trump to a 'type' of the Antichrist. (The infamous Root re-tweets.)
And then posed the question about a Christian's discernment... any Christian's, on the matter. I try to have the utmost respect for any soul I encounter. If I did not have any 'love' for strangers on here, I would not speak out or challenge them.

Matthew 22:39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

Also, everything is happening so fast that it feels like there is almost no time for pleasantries. The truth must be spoken and with urgency.
For instance: I listen to pastors like Sam Adams of Independence Baptist Church... even though I am what is called a Calvinist. Adams called the protests outright riots, which is what they are; and condemned BLM. (A month before others.)
And then I turn to conservative Presbyterian pastors and many are completely like this:
'Let's have a robust dialogue with these protesting fellows.'
The world is literally burning and leading men want to dialogue with the Devil.

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News Item7/14/2020 4:34 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
hey_yo wrote:
Well said Frank, and would even add that too much praise of the state, and workers of the state (military, police, etc.), is idolatry as well.
My comments have been censored lately, despite being more tame than others.
I agree and thanks for your reply. I am a stranger and alien in this lost and fallen world. My only true allegiance is to my Lord and Savior. I notice you were being censored lately, but I didn't see why.
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News Item7/14/2020 4:28 PM
hey_yo | wilderness  Find all comments by hey_yo
Well said Frank, and would even add that too much praise of the state, and workers of the state (military, police, etc.), is idolatry as well.

My comments have been censored lately, despite being more tame than others.

Frank wrote:
A lot of us know this and support this thought. No elected politician will ever say any of the following because if they did, they would not be elected.
Abortion is murder and should be prosecuted.
Homosexuality in any form is an abomination to our heavenly Father and all those who “practice” this will undergo His wrath.
The feminist movement is evil in all its forms.
Greed is idolatry.
Christianity is not an inclusive religion.
We all draw lines, these are the cultural ones I have drawn. Any elected official cannot be a practicing born again Christian.
Let me know if you disagree with my thoughts.
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News Item7/14/2020 1:53 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
hey_yo wrote:
I don't want to understand the evil mindset of the lawless governors.
And I don't want to understand the MAGA mindset of defending Trump. (The red hats people wear remind me of the 'mark' on the forehead; as well as the hive mentality which is exactly like the leftists.)
Someone needs to take charge and enforce law and order.
We all know who that individual will inevitably be.
A lot of us know this and support this thought. No elected politician will ever say any of the following because if they did, they would not be elected.

Abortion is murder and should be prosecuted.

Homosexuality in any form is an abomination to our heavenly Father and all those who “practice” this will undergo His wrath.

The feminist movement is evil in all its forms.

Greed is idolatry.

Christianity is not an inclusive religion.

We all draw lines, these are the cultural ones I have drawn. Any elected official cannot be a practicing born again Christian.

Let me know if you disagree with my thoughts.

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News Item7/14/2020 12:50 PM
hey_yo | wilderness  Find all comments by hey_yo
I don't want to understand the evil mindset of the lawless governors.
And I don't want to understand the MAGA mindset of defending Trump. (The red hats people wear remind me of the 'mark' on the forehead; as well as the hive mentality which is exactly like the leftists.)

Someone needs to take charge and enforce law and order.
We all know who that individual will inevitably be.

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News Item7/14/2020 10:47 AM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
There seems to be a consensus of opinion that Trump did good. I agree!

These anarchists/Liberalists want to remove all authority -
Trouble is all the money is with the authority.

Anarchists will never learn, but mindless violence and damage costs.

As for Democrats it is always a shock to them how human society actually works.

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News Item7/14/2020 10:19 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
Tell the police to stand down, watch the city burn, no National Guard, then ask for payment from others to fix the damages you allowed to take place? As someone once said, 99% of Democrats give the rest a bad name.
I didn’t think Trump would do that, but I agree completely with him. The citizens of Minnesota elected their representatives and their representatives simply stood by and watched the destruction that took place. How they could then ask for my tax dollars to fix what they allowed to happen is almost a joke.
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News Item7/14/2020 9:00 AM
Brian from Alabama  Find all comments by Brian from Alabama
300 times the value of your house??? You’ve got an expensive house
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News Item7/14/2020 7:39 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Tell the police to stand down, watch the city burn, no National Guard, then ask for payment from others to fix the damages you allowed to take place? As someone once said, 99% of Democrats give the rest a bad name.
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News Item7/14/2020 7:33 AM
Greetings | Over the Rainbow  Find all comments by Greetings
500 mill is a lot of money. That’s about 300 times the value of our house.

I enjoyed that joke, QC. And if our culture continues seeking the “ammunition” (happiness, wealth, etc.) and not to correct the problem (pride, selfishness, etc.), our country is doomed.

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