The latest test of an intercontinental ballistic miss has raised the
likelihood of war with the United States, President Trump’s top envoy to
the United Nations warned Wednesday.

 North Korea Will Be Vaporized If War Breaks Out
 Despite the posturing and insanity from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, 
if there was war, his country would be annihilated.


 “I look forward to standing with Judge Moore
and all of the Alabama deplorables in the fight to elect him to the
United States Senate.”
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

With just two weeks to go until the Alabama senate special election on December 12, CNN announced that
former White House Chief Strategist and Breitbart News Executive
Chairman, Stephen K. Bannon, will campaign with Republican candidate
Judge Roy Moore to help him in his bid to defeat Democrat Doug Jones.

Rebecca Berg writes:

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will campaign with embattled
Judge Roy Moore next week ahead of the vote in Alabama’s neck-and-neck
Senate race.

Bannon will join Moore at a rally in Fairhope, Alabama, on December 5.

“I look forward to standing with Judge Moore and all of the Alabama
deplorables in the fight to elect him to the United States Senate,”
Bannon told CNN, “and send shockwaves to the political and media

You can read the rest of the story here.



 Alex Jones demonstrates how the Deputy Pope, George Pell, was caught
kidnapping and trafficking over 100 little boys into the Vatican network
while the mainstream media remained silent.
 Friday, June 30, 2017


SEE: https://ratherexposethem.org/2017/06/cardinal-george-pell-pope-francis.html

 Thursday, July 6, 2017


SEE: https://ratherexposethem.org/2017/07/catholic-corruption-perversion-gay-orgy.html


 What the Navajo Code Talkers Just Said About President Donald Trump
 Alex Jones breaks down the fiasco that ensued after President Trump used Elizabeth Warren’s proclaimed & alleged Native American heritage as a joke punchline while honoring Navajo Code Talkers.
 May, 2016: Trump Calls Warren ‘Pocahontas’, Says He’d Debate Her
 Donald Trump Rips Elizabeth Warren aka “Pocahontas, Goofy”
 Elizabeth Warren: “I’m an Indian Too” 
Music Video


 'Thank Trump Card Campaign' Shows Gratitude One Year Into Presidency
 Americans are getting together to show their appreciation for President Trump
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

World Net Daily has launched a “Thank Trump Card Campaign” that allows Trump supporters to send a selection of e-cards to the White House to show appreciation for POTUS’ accomplishments one year into his presidency.

According to Breitbart, WND’s Joseph Farah said, “While there are always going to be some disappointments in the imperfect art of politics, the Trump White House has fulfilled dozens of campaign promises, changed the tone of Washington, reversed the headlong plunge into socialism and raised the spirits of Americans like no one since Ronald Reagan in 1981. Such an occasion should not go unnoticed or overshadowed by the angry and vitriolic response from his disgruntled opposition. It’s time for the president to hear from those who elected him – and those who have come around since Election Day.”

Farah wants to give Americans an opportunity to give the Trump presidency credit for succeeding “in the face of overwhelming political, cultural and spiritual opposition and for doing much of what it set out to do.”

Below are some of the cards available to send to Trump and you can send your own by clicking here.

Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham Tweeted out support for the campaign last week.

WND compiled an extensive list of Trump’s achievements during his first year to accompany the Thank Trump Campaign.


  1. North Korea: In response to North Korea’s buildup of nuclear weapons and missiles, the communist nation was officially designated a state sponsor of terror by the Trump administration on Nov. 20. The Treasury Department followed up with sanctions on organizations and companies doing business with North Korea.
  2. Iran: Trump issued a memorandum Nov. 16 determining that the U.S. has enough petroleum coming from countries other than Iran to permit “a significant reduction in the volume of petroleum and petroleum products” purchased from the mullah-led nation.
  3. China trade: During President Trump’s visit to China in November, trade and investment deals worth more than $250 billion were announced that are expected to create jobs for American workers, farmers and ranchers by increasing U.S. exports to China and stimulating investment in American communities.
  4. Government transparency: The federal government on Nov. 9 made public more than 13,000 additional documents from its files on President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, under orders from President Trump. It was the fourth released since October, when the president allowed the immediate release of 2,800 records by the National Archives.
  5. International liberty: President Trump proclaimed Nov. 7, the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, as the National Day for the Victims of Communism
  6. Religious liberty: The Department of Agriculture issued a guidance Nov. 6 that ensures Christians who opposed same-sex marriage would not be discriminated against for their beliefs.
  7. Job growth: President Trump announced in the Oval Office Nov. 2 that the semiconductor manufacturing company Broadcom Limited is moving its headquarters from Singapore to the United States. Broadcom is a Fortune 100 company that already employs more than 7,500 workers in the United States, and that number is expected to grow exponentially, with an estimated $20 billion to be spent on employees annually. Broadcom CEO Hock E. Tan said the decision to relocate Broadcom was driven by “his desire to give back to this country that has given me so much.”
  8. Government reform: EPA Director Scott Pruitt placed 66 new experts on three different EPA scientific committees who espouse more conservative views than their predecessors. To prevent conflicts of interest, Pruitt signed a directive Oct. 31 banning scientists who receive EPA grants from serving on the agency’s independent advisory boards.


  9. Job growth: The White House announced Oct. 25 a new drone Integration Pilot Program that will accelerate drone integration into the national airspace system. Under the program, the Department of Transportation will enter into agreements with state, local, and tribal governments to establish innovation zones for testing complex UAS operations and to attempt different models for integrating drones into local airspace. Calling drones “a critical, fast-growing part of American aviation, increasing efficiency, productivity, and jobs, the White House said they “present opportunities to enhance the safety of the American public, increase the efficiency and productivity of American industry, and create tens of thousands of new American jobs.”
  10. Government reform: Melania Trump, while embracing a more active and public schedule as first lady, is running one of the leanest East Wing operations in recent history, according to a Fox News analysis of White House personnel reports that found she has significantly reduced the number of aides on the first lady’s office payroll in comparison to her predecessor, Michelle Obama. During President Obama’s first year in office, 16 people were listed working for Michelle Obama, earning a combined $1.24 million a year. This year, just four people were listed working for Melania Trump as of June, with salaries totaling $486,700.
  11. Obamacare: Trump signed an executive order Oct. 12 that directs three federal agencies to rewrite regulations to encourage the establishment of cheaper health plans that can be purchased across state lines and are not bound by certain Obamacare rules and regulations. The directive would allow small-business owners, trade groups and others to join together to purchase health insurance. The plans would not be required to include benefits such as prescription drugs. Trump also wants to expand the sale of stopgap policies that don’t cover pre-existing conditions, mental health services and other costly benefits.
  12. Consumer optimism: U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly surged to a 13-year high as Americans’ perceptions of the economy and their own finances rebounded following several major hurricanes, a University of Michigan survey showed Oct. 13.
  13. Iran nuclear agreement: President Trump announced Oct. 13 he will not certify the Iran nuclear deal and vowed that the U.S. would pull out unless changes are made. He also unveiled a new strategy, the  culmination of nine months of deliberation with Congress and allies, on how to best protect American security from the rogue mullah-led regime. The plan includes denying the regime funding and any paths to a nuclear weapon and ballistic missiles. The Department of the Treasury sanctioned more than 25 entities and individuals involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program. The U.S. also sanctioned 16 entities and individuals that have supported Iran’s military and Revolutionary Guard Corps in the development of drones, fast attack boats and other military equipment.
  14. United NationsThe United States is quitting the United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Heather Nauert, a State Department spokeswoman, announced the move will be made before the end of the year “This decision was not taken lightly, and reflects U.S. concerns with mounting arrears at UNESCO, the need for fundamental reform in the organization, and continuing anti-Israel bias at UNESCO.”
  15. Homeland security: The Supreme Court dismissed a major challenge to President Trump’s travel ban on majority-Muslim countries Oct. 10 because it has been replaced by a new version, sending the controversy back to the starting block. The ruling is a victory for the Trump administration, which had asked the court to drop the case after Trump signed a proclamation Sept. 24 that replaced the temporary travel ban on six nations with a new, indefinite ban affecting eight countries. That action made the court challenge moot, the justices ruled.
  16. EPA reform: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced Oct. 9 a new set of rules that will override the Clean Power Plan, the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s drive to curb global climate change. The agency is moving to undo, delay or block more than 30 environmental rules, the largest regulatory rollback in the agency’s 47-year history.
  17. Immigration: The Trump administration submitted to Congress Oct. 8 a 70-point proposal that calls for increased border security, interior enforcement of immigration laws and a merit-based immigration system. It includes funding and completing construction of a southern border wall, improving expedited removal of illegal aliens, protecting innocent people in “sanctuary cities,” ending extended-family chain migration and establishing a point-based system for green cards to protect U.S. workers and taxpayers.
  18. Religious liberty: Attorney General Sessions on Oct. 6 issued guidance to all administrative agencies and executive departments regarding religious liberty protections in federal law in keeping with Trump’s May 4 executive order. The guidance interprets existing protections for religious liberty in federal law, identifying 20 high-level principles that administrative agencies and executive departments can put to practical use to ensure the religious freedoms of Americans are lawfully protected. Attorney General Sessions also issued a second memorandum to the Department of Justice, directing implementation of the religious liberty guidance within the department. Among the principles are “the freedom of religion extends to persons and organizations,” “Americans do not give up their freedom of religion by participating in the marketplace, partaking of the public square, or interacting with government” and government “may not restrict acts or abstentions because of the beliefs they display.”
  19. Missile defense: The Department of Defense reprogrammed approximately $400 million for U.S. missile defense systems.
  20. Religious liberty: The Trump administration expanded religious and moral exemptions for mandated contraceptive coverage under Obamacare. Obama’s signature legislation required that nearly all insurance plans cover abortion-inducing drugs and contraception, forcing citizens to violate sincerely held religious or moral beliefs, pay steep fines, or forgo offering or obtaining health insurance entirely. The interim final rules note that the United States “has a long history of providing conscience protections in the regulation of health care entities and individuals with objections based on religious beliefs and moral convictions.” The rule aligns with the U.S. Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling protecting the Little Sisters of the Poor, which says the government cannot fine religious groups for following their faith.
  21. Immigration: Amid strong Democratic opposition, the House Homeland Security Committee gave first approval to the broad scope of President Trump’s border wall Oct. 4, clearing a bill that would authorize $10 billion in new infrastructure spending, new waivers to speed up construction, and 10,000 more border agents and officers to patrol the U.S.-Mexico line.
  22. Space exploration: President Trump revived the National Space Council for the first time in 25 years to assist him in developing and implementing long-range strategic goals for the nation’s space policy. The pace program will refocus on human exploration and discovery. Vice President Mike Pence, who chaired the National Space Council’s Oct. 5 meeting, said the administration aims to establish a renewed American presence on the moon and from that foundation become the first nation to bring mankind to Mars. The administration also will renew America’s commitment to creating the space technology needed to protect national security. And Pence pointed out the intelligence community reports that Russia and China are pursuing a full range of anti-satellite technology designed to threaten our U.S. military effectiveness.
  23. Abortion: The Office of Management and Budget on Oct. 2 issued a Statement of Administration Policy (SAP) to strongly support the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36), which would generally make it unlawful for any person to perform, or attempt to perform, an abortion of an unborn child after 20 weeks post-fertilization.
  24. Protecting life: The president issued a statement Oct. 1 renewing the nation’s “strong commitment to promoting the health, well-being, and inherent dignity of all children and adults with Down syndrome.” The president observed “there remain too many people – both in the United States and throughout the world – that still see Down syndrome as an excuse to ignore or discard human life.” He said Americans and their government “must always be vigilant in defending and promoting the unique and special gifts of all citizens in need” and “should not tolerate any discrimination against them, as all people have inherent dignity.”
  25. Protecting lifeThe Department of Health and Human Services has published a draft of a new strategic plan that states in its introduction that life begins at conception. The personhood of the unborn child is central to the abortion debate — as even the justice who wrote the landmark Roe v. Wade opinion has acknowledged — because, if established in law, it would nullify a “right” to abortion. The largely overlooked HHS strategic plan for 2018-22 states the agency “accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving and protecting Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception.”
  26. Tax reform: Trump is working with Congress to lower taxes by seven points for the middle class and lower business taxes to a 15 percent rate.


  27. Lower courts: Trump is filling up lower courts with lifetime appointees. In the estimation of Democratic official Ron Klain, a “massive transformation is underway in how our fundamental rights are defined by the federal judiciary.” Klain, lamenting Trump’s moves, said the president “is proving wildly successful in one respect: naming youthful conservative nominees to the federal bench in record-setting numbers.” On Sept. 28, Trump announced an eighth wave of judicial candidates, with nine more names.
  28. Canada trade: In September, the Commerce Department, siding with Boeing, slapped a 219 percent tariff on the import of Canadian-made Bombardier jets, arguing they are supported by subsidies from the governments of Canada and the U.K., creating an unfair market.
  29. Korea trade: Trump began the process of renegotiating the United States-South Korea Free Trade Agreement in September.
  30. Climate: In September, Trump shut down a climate-change advisory panel under the direction of NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, that critics have contended was formed largely to promote President Obama’s climate policies, arguing it lacked representation from “those who think the empirical evidence points to human actions contributing little to global warming and that attempting to reduce it would slow the conquest of poverty around the world.” The EPA also has decided not to renew the appointments of dozens of scientists on various scientific advisory panels.
  31. Homeland security: In September, Trump signed an executive order to enhance vetting capabilities and processes for detecting attempted entry into the United States by terrorists or other public-security threats.
  32. North Korea: After some 25 years of failed negotiations to contain Pyongyang’s nuclear program, the communist regime’s latest threatening actions were met by President Trump with a warning that military action, including a preemptive nuclear attack, would be considered. After Trump’s warnings, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un backed off on his threat to attack the U.S. territory of Guam.
  33. North Korea: On Sept. 7, the U.S. fully deployed the THAAD missile defense system to South Korea despite objections from Pyongyang’s chief ally, China.
  34. North Korea: In September, Trump signed an executive order significantly expanding U.S. authority to target individuals, companies and financial institutions that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea, most of which are Chinese. Meanwhile, China’s central bank has ordered banks in its massive banking system to immediately stop doing business with North Korea.
  35. United Nations: In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Trump told the global body in September, “I put America first and you should do the same with your nations.” In the speech, he also explicitly denounced socialism and communism, pointing to Venezuela as an example of what happens when socialism is successfully implemented.
  36. Immigration: President Trump, in September, rescinded Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals order, which gave de facto amnesty to some 800,000 people who came to the country as children with their illegal-alien parents. Trump delayed implementing his order for six months to give Congress time to come up with a legislative solution.
  37. Stock markets: Through the first week of September, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had 34 record highs. From Election Day to the Inauguration, the Dow rose more than 1,500 points. It climbed another 2,500 points from Inauguration Day, reaching more than 22,400 in mid-September, a gain of more than $4 trillion in wealth since Trump was elected. The Dow’s spike from 19,000 to above 21,000 in just 66 days was the fastest 2,000-point rise ever. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ also have set all-time highs. On Aug. 7, the Dow closed with an all-time high for the ninth day in a row, the first time the market has had a run of that length twice under one presidency.


  38. North Korea: In August, the U.S. initiated a resolution in the U.N. Security Council establishing sanctions that would cut North Korea’s export revenue by a third. Another resolution passed Sept. 11 with new sanctions.
  39. North Korea: The U.S. implemented its own sanctions in August on 16 Chinese and Russian individuals and entities for conducting business with North Korea.
  40. Business optimism: In August, the National Federation of Independent Business said its Small-Business Optimism Index reached 105.3, the highest since 2006 and an 11 percent jump since the week before Trump was elected. The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index said small business owners are the most optimistic since July 2007. The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort measure reached a 16-year high, with current views of the economy also reaching a 16-year high. The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index rose in July to near a 16 year high, with consumers short-term outlook improving.
  41. Job growth: While the new administration certainly can’t take all of the credit – and the government itself doesn’t create jobs – employers make hiring decisions based on the long-term economic outlook, and the president has a great deal to do with that. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported nearly 1.3 million new jobs were created during Trump’s first 200 days. Meanwhile, Obama, in his first six months, saw the loss of more than 4.1 million jobs in his first 200 days. The bureau said 6,000 construction jobs were added in July for a total of 82,000 since January. In addition, 16,000 manufacturing jobs were added in July, a total of 70,000 since January. The labor-force participation rate increased to 62.9 percent in July. In June, there were 6 million job openings in the U.S., one of the highest levels recorded.
  42. U.S. manufacturing: During Trump’s first six months, the manufacturing index was the highest it had been since 1983 under President Reagan. The National Association of Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey showed the highest two-quarter average, of 91.4 percent, for manufacturing optimism in the survey’s 20-year history. The Institute for Supply Management reported its June barometer of manufacturing rose to 57.8, the fastest pace in three years.
  43. China trade: The president signed an order in August to investigate Chinese theft of U.S. intellectual property. The IP Commission Report estimates that the annual cost to the United States economy from IP theft could be as high as $600 billion, with China as the major contributor.
  44. Infrastructure: The Trump administration aims to dramatically reduce permitting time for projects from 10 years to two years, spurring investment and job creation.
  45. Argentina trade: The U.S. struck a deal in August to export pork to Argentina that will allow U.S. pork to enter the Argentine market for the first time since 1992, a potential $10 million a year market for American producers.
  46. Trade: More than $2 billion in fines were assessed to China and Canada in August for illegal trade practices.
  47. Immigration: DHS in August ended the Central American Minors Parole Program that had allowed certain minors from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to enter the U.S.
  48. Immigration: A report in August said that due to reforms and additional hirings of immigration judges, the number of deportation orders increased by nearly 28 percent compared to the same period of time in 2016.
  49. Immigration: In August, the government also said that of the 42,000 illegal immigrants in federal prisons, nearly all of them either had deportation orders or were being investigated for possible deportation.
  50. Immigration: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in August denied requests from employers to import cheap foreign labor into the U.S. for high-skilled jobs if the employers could not explain why they wanted to pay a lower wage for such work.
  51. Military: Trump elevated the Department of Defense’s Cyber Command to the status of Unified Combatant Command in August, demonstrating an increased focus on cyber security.
  52. Military: In August, Trump directed the military not to move forward with a controversial Obama-era mandate to allow, for the first time, transgender individuals to be recruited into the armed forces.
  53. Islamic jihad: In August, Trump presented in an address to the nation a new military strategy that put Pakistan on notice for supporting jihadists and warned Kabul it would no longer receive a “blank check,” moving the U.S. away from the Bush-era policy of “nation-building” and focusing on “killing terrorists.”
  54. Veterans Administration reform: President Trump signed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act in August, streamlining the lengthy process that veterans undergo when appealing disability benefits claims with the VA. More than 470,000 veterans are awaiting decisions regarding their appeals. The Veterans Affairs administration is the first agency to post information on employee disciplinary action online.
  55. Veterans Administration reform: The president signed the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act in August, which provides educational benefits to veterans, service members and their family members, including tuition, fees, books, housing and other additional costs.
  56. Government reform: The president signed an executive order in August projected to save billions of dollars by streamlining and expediting the permitting process for infrastructure projects. The order establishes a two-year goal for the federal government to process all of the actions required by federal law for the environmental reviews and permits of major infrastructure projects.
  57. Welfare reform: In August, the Department of Health and Human Services rescinded an Obama-era directive that had allowed states to request a waiver to ignore work requirements for the poor in order to receive welfare.
  58. Welfare reform: In August, more than 1.1 million fewer Americans were on food stamps under President Trump, compared to the Obama administration.
  59. Law enforcement: In August, the DOJ launched an opioid fraud and abuse unit to fight opioid prescription abuses.
  60. Second Amendment: In August, the Justice Department terminated Operation Choke Point, an Obama program encouraging banks not to do business with “high risk” businesses, which was used to target gun dealers.


  61. Gross Domestic Product: GDP in the second quarter of the year increased by 2.6 percent, more than doubling the first quarter performance.
  62. Unemployment: The jobless rate decreased from 4.8 percent to 4.4 percent from January through June 2017. In contrast, during the first six months of 2009, Obama’s first year in office, the rate increased from 7.8 percent to 9.5 percent.
  63. Oil drilling on federal lands: In July, Trump signed an order boosting oil and gas development on federal lands.
  64. Coal power: In July, President Trump kept his campaign promise to coal miners and rolled back the previous administration’s “Stream Protection Rule,” which targeted the industry with estimated costs of at least $81 million a year.
  65. Made in USA: Trump has convinced companies such as Ford, Chrysler and Carrier Air Conditioners to manufacture and build plants in the United States. At the White House, Corning announced with the president it was investing $500 million in new U.S. production, creating 1,000 new jobs. Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer, which makes the iPhone, announced in July it was investing $10 billion in Wisconsin to build a factory that will employ 3,000 workers directly and up to 22,000 workers indirectly.
  66. Disarming jihad: In July, the Trump administration ended a CIA program to arm “moderate” Syrian rebels after previous efforts of its kind were shown to have aided Islamic jihadists, including the terrorists who carried out the disastrous Benghazi attack in which four Americans, including the ambassador, were killed.
  67. Islamic jihad: After months of heavy fighting, Iraqi coalition forces finally pushed ISIS fighters out of Mosul in early July. The U.S. is also supporting efforts to rid the Philippines of ISIS cells.
  68. Government reform: Trump created the Office of American Innovation in July to streamline and improve the government for future generations.
  69. Government reform: Trump signed an executive order in July implementing tough new lobbying standards for political appointees, including a five-year ban on lobbying and a lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign countries.
  70. Law enforcement: In July, federal gun-crime prosecutions by the DOJ in the preceding three months increased 23 percent over the same period in 2016.
  71. Law enforcement: In what Attorney General Jeff Sessions described as the “largest health-care fraud takedown operation in American history,” the DOJ in July charged more than 400 people, including doctors and medical facilities, who it said were prescribing unnecessary opioids to addicts and fueling the current drug crisis.
  72. Law enforcement: Sessions and the DOJ cracked down on illegal leaks of classified information from within the government, pursuing three times more investigations in the first six months of the Trump administration than had been open at the end of the Obama administration. The administration created a counterintelligence unit within the FBI for the investigations.


  73. Unemployment: The jobless rate decreased from 4.8 percent to 4.4 percent from January through June 2017. In contrast, during the first six months of 2009, Obama’s first year in office, the rate increased from 7.8 percent to 9.5 percent.
  74. Oil pipelines: Trump approved the Dakota Access Pipeline project and the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada, which are expected to create more than 42,000 jobs and $2 billion in earnings. The Dakota Access Pipeline, which is transporting 500,000 barrels of oil a day, has reinvigorated the North Dakota economy. In June, Trump approved production of the New Burgos Pipeline to Mexico.
  75. Inflation: The rate decreased to an eight-month low in June to 1.6 percent.
  76. China trade: For the first time since 2003, American beef imports have returned to China, opening up a $2.5 billion market to American ranchers and producers.
  77. Cuba relations: Trump in June delivered on his campaign promise to roll back the Obama administration’s agreement with Cuba, which Trump contends benefitted the Cuban regime at the expense of the Cuban people.
  78. Apprenticeships: Trump signed an executive order in June making it easier for businesses to start and expand apprenticeship programs.
  79. Property rights: Trump issued an executive order in June to begin the process of rescinding the 2015 Waters of the United States rule, which has been used to expand federal control over private land. Under the Obama administration, the broadly crafted rule was applied to “navigable waters” such as man-made ditches and water that accumulated after heavy rain.
  80. Homeland security: On June 19, DHS announced it had implemented a method of tracking whether or not visitors leave the United States. Twenty years ago, Congress ordered the installation of an entry-exit tracking system, but the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations never took action, allowing millions of people to remain on temporary visas. Approximately 416,500 people overstayed their visas in 2015 alone.
  81. Paris Climate Accord: Trump, in June, pulled the U.S. out of the global agreement, which, according to a study by NERA Consulting, could have cost the United States economy nearly $3 trillion. According to the same study, by 2040, 6.5 million industrial sector jobs could have been lost, including 3.1 million manufacturing sector jobs.
  82. NATO: Trump’s urging of NATO members to pay their fair share of financial support for the military alliance has resulted in an increasing of allied contributions of $10 billion, according to NATO’s secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg.
  83. Russia: The administration in June implemented the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act, which blacklisted certain Russian citizens for human rights violations.
  84. Russia: In June, on the same day President Trump met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on 38 Russian individuals and entities involved in the conflict with Ukraine.
  85. Immigration: ICE arrested an average of 13,085 people each month from February through June, whereas the average during the last three months of the Obama administration was 9,134 arrests per month.
  86. Immigration: Trump’s Department of Homeland Security canceled in June the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans program created by the Obama administration in November 2014 that would have given amnesty to about 4 million illegal immigrants.
  87. Military: In June, the Trump administration authorized the Defense Department to set troop levels in Afghanistan. The expanded authority given to the military could also be seen in U.S. operations in Somalia.
  88. Veterans Administration reform: Trump signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act in June to allow senior officials in the VA to fire failing employees and to establish safeguards to protect whistleblowers. The department reported it had fired more than 500 employees since January 2017 and suspended nearly 200 as part of the president’s efforts to restore integrity and accountability.
  89. Veterans Administration reform: In June, the VA announced the adoption of a medical records system successfully used by the Defense Department, ending a decades-old problematic rift in sharing information between the two agencies.
  90. Veterans Administration reform: A new White House VA Hotline to help veterans, fully staffed by veterans, went live in June.
  91. Education: Trump’s education secretary, Betsy DeVos, in June appointed Adam Kissel, a noted critic of the Obama administration’s implementation of Title IX – the much-abused 1972 federal law that bars discrimination in education “on the basis of sex” – and a strong supporter of free speech, as deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs. The staff of the Title IX enforcement office was reduced in the 2018 budget.


  92. Middle East: Trump strengthened traditional alliances with Israel and the Arab nations, which had deteriorated badly under President Obama.
  93. Middle East: During a visit to Saudi Arabia in May, his first foreign trip as president, he announced the signing of a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia, with another $350 billion of arms for the following 10 years. American and Saudi businesses signed similar agreements on the same day, with billions of dollars to be invested in the U.S. Trump also gave a major speech to leaders of 50 Islamic nations, challenging them to fight Islamic terror.
  94. Personal income: According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. personal income rose 0.4 percent in May, while a 0.3 increase was expected.
  95. Housing: The U.S. Census Bureau found housing sales recently have doubled compared to the same period under President Obama. The annualized housing sales rate for May 2017 was 610,000, compared to just 376,000 in 2009. New home prices hit a record high in May, according to the Commerce Department. In 2011, houses for sale were on the market an average 84 days. This year, it’s just 45 days.
  96. Mexico trade: Mexico agreed in June to curb its exporting of raw and refined sugar to the U.S, benefitting the American industry.
  97. Trade: Trump announced in May that he intends to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, to better reflect the modern economy while benefitting every party to the pact.
  98. Syria: After the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against civilians, President Trump authorized strikes in May against the airbase that launched the chemical attacks, destroying 20 percent of Syria’s operational aircraft.
  99. Immigration: In May, the administration said the number of child illegal immigrants entering the nation monthly had fallen below 1,000 for the first time in several years.
  100. Voter fraud: In May, Trump created a commission to investigate voter fraud chaired by Vice President Mike Pence and vice-chaired by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
  101. Education: In May, the administration announced it will create a school choice plan and give states the option of implementing it, rather than making it a federal program.
  102. Religious liberty: On the annual National Day of Prayer in May, Trump signed an executive order on religious liberty that included a loosening of IRS restrictions, known as the Johnson Amendment, against political activities by tax-exempt religious organizations. The order also attempted to make it easier for employers not to provide contraceptives if they had religious objections and gave Attorney General Jeff Sessions greater authority regarding religious liberty policy.
  103. Abortion: In May, the administration broadened the scope of the Mexico City Policy to restrict funding to any international health organization that performs or gives information about abortions, expanding the amount of money affected from $600,000 to nearly $9 billion.


  104. U.S. Supreme Court: Keeping a major campaign promise, President Trump nominated to the highest court a strict constructionist and originalist in the mold of Antonin Scalia, Neil Gorsuch, who was confirmed by the Senate and sworn in as an associate justice in April. In his first term, in June, Gorsuch voted in every case with the justice generally regarded as the most conservative, Clarence Thomas. The conservative Committee for Justice said in a report that Gorsuch’s early performance says a lot about both what he will be like as a Supreme Court justice “and what the president can be counted on to do as more high court vacancies occur. Conservatives hoping for a solid conservative majority on the court in the near future had good reason to cheer.”
  105. Immigration: The administration announced illegal border crossings had decreased by 40 percent in the first month of Trump’s presidency. By Trump’s 100th day in office, crossings had decreased by 73 percent, thanks to the president’s policies deterring people from attempting to enter the country.
  106. Offshore oil drilling: In April, Trump signed an executive order to extend offshore oil and gas drilling and reissue a leasing program to develop offshore resources. The order reversed Obama’s December ban on drilling in the Arctic and parts of the Atlantic Ocean.
  107. China trade: Trump initiated an investigation in April into whether or not Chinese and other foreign-made steel and aluminum threaten U.S. national security. China has 26 percent of the steel market in the U.S., and Chinese steel imports are up nearly 20 percent over the last year.
  108. Made in the USA: President Trump signed the “Buy American and Hire American” executive order in April, prioritizing the interests of American businesses and workers. “Buy American” protects American industry from unfair competition by targeting the abusive use of waivers and exceptions to laws on the books. Trump’s “Hire American” effort calls for the reform of visa programs, ensuring that they no longer displace American workers, while fully enforcing laws governing the entry of foreign workers.
  109. Agriculture regulations: In April, in an effort to help farmers affected by NAFTA and the trade imbalance with Canada, Trump signed an executive order ordering the Department of Agriculture to find and eliminate unnecessary regulations.
  110. G-7: In April, the administration refused to sign the G-7 joint statement because the other nations could not agree to include support for nuclear and fossil fuels without support for the Paris climate agreement. The G-7, consequently, did not issue a joint statement.
  111. Russia: In April, the administration refused to issue waivers to any companies that wanted to do business with Russia, which was under economic sanctions, including ExxonMobil, which had applied for a waiver.
  112. Immigration: In March and April, the DOJ announced plans to speed up the deportation of imprisoned illegal aliens, instructing U.S. attorneys to employ stricter guidelines in the prosecution of immigration crimes while seeking to hire 125 immigration judges in the next two years.
  113. Immigration: Trump signed an executive order in April cutting funding for sanctuary cities, and despite encountering opposition from city officials, ICE agents have been enforcing U.S. immigration laws in those cities.
  114. Immigration: In the first 100 days of the Trump administration, arrests and deportations of criminal aliens such as MS-13 members were up 38 percent compared with the last year of the Obama administration. ICE conducted a crackdown on the gangs that resulted in the arrests of nearly 1,400 people. The Trump administration also cooperated with Central American countries to combat MS-13 recruitment in the region. An estimated 6,000 MS-13 gang members were arrested during the president’s first five months.
  115. Military: In April, Trump gave Defense Secretary James Mattis authority to set troop levels in Iraq and Syria for the fight against ISIS. And military commanders were granted authority to perform military actions without approval from Washington. As a direct result, this newly autonomous U.S. military made large advances against ISIS.
  116. Islamic jihad: Under the increased autonomy Trump gave the Defense Department, the U.S. dealt a heavy blow to ISIS in Afghanistan in April, dropping a GBU-43B – known as MOAB or the “Mother Of All bombs” – the largest non-nuclear bomb in existence, on a complex of ISIS tunnels. At least 94 ISIS fighters were killed, including four commanders, and tunnels and weapon stockpiles were destroyed.
  117. Veterans Administration reform: In April, Trump signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017 to authorize $2.1 billion in additional funds enabling veterans who live more than 40 miles from the closest eligible VA medical facility, experience wait times of more than 30 days to schedule an appointment, or meet other special criteria to be treated outside the VA system.
  118. Law enforcement: In April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in an effort to give back local control to police departments, ordered the Department of Justice to review Obama’s agreements with local police departments.
  119. Education: In April, Trump signed an executive order requiring Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to review department regulations with the intent of returning power to the states and local governments.
  120. Abortion: In what was regarded as the first major national pro-life bill in more than a decade, Trump signed in April a Congressional Review bill into law annulling a recent Obama administration regulation that would have prohibited states from discriminating in awarding Title X family planning funds based on whether a local clinic also performs abortions.
  121. Abortion: The Trump administration in April cut off U.S. funding of the United Nations Population Fund, which has links to inhumane abortion programs such as China’s one-child policy (which became a two-child policy in 2015). More than $32 million was instead shifted to the U.S. Agency for International Development.
  122. Abortion: In April, Trump appointed pro-life advocate Dr. Charmaine Yoest, the former president of Americans United for Life, as assistant secretary of public affairs for the Department of Health and Human Services, replacing a strong Planned Parenthood supporter. Later, two pro-life advocates who had worked for the Family Research Council were appointed to key positions. And Valerie Huber, an abstinence education advocate, was appointed in June as chief of staff to the assistant secretary for health at the HHS.


  123. G-20: In March, the Trump administration successfully forced the G-20 to remove its opposition to protectionism and temper its support for free trade. Any mention of climate change was eliminated from its joint statement.
  124. Trade deficit: Trump signed an executive order in March directing a review of and reporting on major U.S. trade deficits.
  125. Middle East: In March, the administration, led by U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, condemned a report against Israel by the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia that was deemed anti-Semitic, prompting the resignation of the commission’s executive director.
  126. Syria: In March, the Trump administration successfully forced the G-20 to remove its opposition to protectionism and temper its support for free trade. Any mention of climate change was eliminated from its joint statement.
  127. Government reform: In March, Trump signed an executive order to perform an audit on every executive branch agency to reduce spending and waste and improve services.


  128. Savings for oil companies: Trump signed a bill in February that eliminated a Dodd-Frank rule requiring oil companies such as Exxon Mobile to publicly disclose the taxes and fees they pay to foreign governments, which would have cost the industry as much as $385 million annually.
  129. Finance reform: The administration ordered review of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial oversight law in February while urging Congress to remove the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s authority to supervise banks and financial companies, returning that power to other federal and state regulators.
  130. Russia: The administration countered Russian propaganda by launching two government-run media outlets in February broadcasting in Russian.
  131. Military: In February the administration reached a tentative deal with Lockheed Martin to purchase 90 F-35 jets at the lowest price in the program’s history. The first 90 planes were about $725 million below budget, with billions of dollars in additional savings expected. The deal saved at least one U.S. ally, Japan, $100 million.
  132. Government reform: In February, the president announced he did not plan on filling numerous government positions he considered unnecessary.
  133. Law enforcement: In February, President Trump signed three executive orders to strengthen law enforcement.The first strengthens the law against international crime organizations. The second combats anti-law-enforcement crimes. The third seeks a strategy for reducing crime in general, including, in particular, illegal immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime.
  134. School bathrooms: Trump, in February, reversed Obama’s executive order requiring public schools to allow students to use bathrooms and locker rooms according to their preferred “gender identity.”
  135. Second Amendment: President Trump signed a bill into law in February repealing an Obama-era Social Security Administration rule adding mental disability determinations to the background check registry. The Obama regulation potentially allowed the denial of Second Amendment rights to many competent, mentally healthy citizens.


  136. Trans Pacific Partnership: Trump signed an executive order in January removing the U.S. from the international pact, which critics charged was a monumental compromise to American sovereignty and would take millions of jobs away from American workers.
  137. Persecuted Christians: Reversing Obama administration policy, Trump pledged in January that Christian refugees suffering persecution in Muslim countries would be given priority over other refugees seeking to enter the United States.
  138. Homeland security: Trump signed an executive order in January banning people from seven countries regarded by the Obama administration as havens for terrorism from entering the U.S. for 90 days and blocked all refugees for 120 days while the administration assessed its security process. After legal challenges, the administration issued a revised order in March, and in June the U.S. Supreme Court decided a version of the ban could go into effect until the court addresses its constitutionality in October.
  139. Immigration: The DOJ resumed the criminal prosecution of first-time illegal border crossers after it had been stopped by the Obama administration.
  140. Government reform: Trump signed an executive order in January to expedite environmental reviews of infrastructure projects, to jumpstart industry spending and investment.
  141. Manufacturing regulations: Trump signed an executive order in January reducing regulations on manufacturers.
  142. Abortion: In January, Trump expressed strong support for the annual pro-life March for Life. Vice President Mike Pence became the first vice president to speak at the event, and White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway also spoke.
  143. Regulatory reform: Trump set up task forces in every agency to remove “job killing regulations” and increase “economic opportunity.” The Trump administration is on track to finish the first phase of its regulatory reform program with $645 million in net annual regulatory savings, according to an analysis by the American Action Forum. By comparison, during President Obama’s years in office, more than 22,700 regulations were imposed on Americans at a cost to American consumers, businesses and workers of more than $120 billion each year. AAF called Trump’s order reducing regulation and controlling regulatory costs “one of the most significant developments in regulatory policy in decades,” noting it was the first time in U.S. history that the executive branch has established a regulatory budget.
  144. Women in business: Trump launched the United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in February.
  145. Immigration: Trump expanded deportation priorities, signing an executive order in January that includes people who “have committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense,” which could include anyone who entered the country illegally, leading to a significant increase in arrests.
  146. Military: In January, Trump signed a memorandum to begin the expansion and rebuilding of the U.S. military.
  147. Government reform: Trump signed an executive order Jan. 23 placing a hiring freeze on federal employees.
  148. Regulatory reform: Shortly after his inauguration, President Trump signed an executive order mandating that for every new regulation, two regulations must be revoked. In practice, the administration has exceeded that mark, rescinding or delaying more than 860 regulations, or 16 regulations for every new one implemented.
  149. Abortion: In January, Trump signed an order reinstating the Mexico City Policy, which defunded the International Planned Parenthood Federation and other organizations that promote foreign abortions.
  150. President’s salary: President Trump, as promised during his election campaign, has donated his salary.
  151. Technology: After his election, Trump met with top tech leaders, including Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Bill Gates of Microsoft and Jeff Bezos of Amazon. According to Gates, it was “a good conversation about innovation, how it can help in health, education, the impact of foreign aid and energy, and a wide-ranging conversation about power of innovation.”


 Program will save military $200,000 a day
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President Trump will sign the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which contains an amendment that allows U.S. citizens to purchase the popular 1911 pistols from the U.S. Army.

It currently costs the U.S. military about $2 a day to store one pistol, with an estimated 100,000 1911s being stored, according to the International Business Times,

Selling the .45 ACP M1911A1 pistols to the public will recoup the $200,000 expenditure by the military, and possibly even profit from it.

The pistol was invented in 1911 and is a semiautomatic weapon that became popular during World War One.

As Breitbart’s AWR Hawkins reports, “the 1911 is one of the most popular handguns ever developed. It is valued for military use, home defense, self-defense, and concealed carry. Although the military’s 1911s were made by Colt, citizens have long been purchasing civilian models from Colt as well. These range from the basic government model to 1911s with finely tuned triggers and target barrels that allow for incredible accuracy in competitive shooting.”

The sales will occur under the sponsorship of the Civilian Marksmanship Program, which has been selling approved military surplus weapons to U.S. citizens for over 100 years.

In addition to the M1911A1, the M1911 pistol, the M–1 Garand, and .22 rimfire rifles will also be up for grabs when they are sold in 2018.


 While out Christmas shopping for her two-year-old son, Infowars reporter Millie Weaver stumbled upon a new book for toddlers, “Feminist Baby”, written by Buzzfeed contributor Loryn Brantz. Not only does the book promote radical third-wave feminism for children 0-2 yrs old, but it subliminally portrays newborns as sex objects.
 DISGUSTING: Disney Sexualizes Newborn Children With Feminist Baby Book
 Alex Jones presents a video report by Millie Weaver that details Disney’s new propaganda present for babies this holiday season and exposes the slight-of-hand sexualization of children, page by page.
 I was extremely nervous on the trip out of my building but once we got moving I started to feel pretty awesome until I received some mean looks. I was instantly transported to the feeling of being insecure in high school dance uniforms, which really caught me off guard since I hadn't felt that way in a long time. I tried to do like Taylor and "shake it off."
 For My 30th Birthday I Walked Around 
New York City In A Bikini


 North Korea Launches ICBM into Pacific Ocean
 President Trump statement on North Korea. November 28, 2017. President Trump, Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Sec. James Mattis statement.
 North Korea Launches ICBM into Pacific Ocean

Launch follows flurry of radio signals and radar activity at North Korean missile base


SEE: https://www.infowars.com/breaking-north-korea-fires-ballistic-missile/;

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North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) early Wednesday morning, the Pentagon has said.

According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JOC), the launch came from the South Pyongan province at 3:17 a.m.
 Both South Korean and U.S. authorities are currently analyzing the trajectory, the JOC added. The Pentagon stated that the missile came from a mobile launcher.

The Pentagon’s initial assessment found that the ICBM traveled roughly 1,000km at an altitude of 4,500km before splashing down into the Sea of Japan.

“This is the highest performance we’ve seen in North Korea’s ICBM to date,” Shea Cotton, research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, said on Twitter.

The Japanese Prime Minister’s office said the North Korean missile appeared to fly for 50 minutes.

“The missile flew over Japan’s northern main island of Hokkaido and fell into the Pacific Ocean,” Japanese news outlet NHK reports.

Experts say the rare nighttime launch is intended to simulate a real-world military scenario.

The South Korean military staged a “precision strike” missile exercise in response to Pyongyang’s launch.

President Donald Trump addressed the media at 3:30 p.m. EST to discuss the DPRK’s actions.

The North Korean test follows reports out of Japan and the U.S. that said a missile test could come within days after radio signals and radar activity were detected at a North Korean missile base.

Pyongyang’s last missile launch was more than two months prior on Sept. 15. The 75 day pause was the longest seen in 2017, which has produced 20 missile tests in total.

South Korea’s unification minister had warned Tuesday that North Korea’s nuclear program could be completed by as early as next year.

“North Korea has been developing its nuclear weapons at a faster-than-expected pace. We cannot rule out the possibility that North Korea could announce its completion of a clear force within one year,” Cho Myoung-gyon said.

This story is developing and will be updated as information becomes available.



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AUSTIN, Texas — A federal judge appointed to the bench by then-President George W. Bush has struck down a Texas ban on dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortions, also known as dismemberment abortions, finding the prohibition to be an “undue burden” on the “right of a woman” to her child.

“An abortion always results in the death of the fetus. The extraction of the fetus from the womb occurs in every abortion. Dismemberment of the fetus is the inevitable result. The evidence before the court is graphic and distasteful,” U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel acknowledged, but nonetheless added, “But this evidence is germane only to the state’s interest in the dignity of fetal life and is weighed on the State’s side of the scale. It does not remove weight from the woman’s side. And it does not add weight to tip the balance in the state’s favor.”

“The State’s valid interest in promoting respect for the life of the unborn, although legitimate, is not sufficient to justify such a substantial obstacle to the constitutionally protected right of a woman to terminate a pregnancy before fetal viability,” he opined.

Planned Parenthood and the Center for Reproductive Rights had sued in July to challenge S.B. 8, a bill that prohibited dismemberment abortions, except for in the case of medical emergency.

“‘[D]ismemberment abortion’ means an abortion in which a person, with the purpose of causing the death of an unborn child, dismembers the living unborn child and extracts the unborn child one piece at a time from the uterus through the use of clamps, grasping forceps, tongs, scissors, or a similar instrument that, through the convergence of two rigid levers, slices, crushes, or grasps, or performs any combination of those actions on, a piece of the unborn child’s body to cut or rip the piece from the body,” the bill read, describing the common second-trimester abortion method.

Gov. Greg Abbott had signed the bill into law just weeks prior, poising the prohibition to go into effect on Sept. 1. However, Yeakel blocked the enforcement of the legislation in August, and on Nov. 22, he issued a permanent injunction against the abortion law.

According to Yeakel’s ruling, attorneys for the state had argued in court that the law does not block mothers from obtaining second trimester abortions because the bill does not ban the procedure when the child is killed by another method first.

“The State responds that the Act does not render second-trimester abortions unavailable, because fetal demise can be safely achieved with one of three procedures before a physician performs a standard D&E: (1) use of a hypodermic needle to inject the drug digoxin trans-abdominally or vaginally; (2) an injection of potassium chloride directly into the fetal heart; and (3) umbilical-cord transection,” he outlined.

However, Yeakel opined that these methods are potentially unsafe for the mother and would also delay the abortion.

“[T]he court concludes that whether the court weighs the asserted state interests against the effects of the provisions or examines only the effects of the provisions, Plaintiffs have carried their burden of demonstrating that the Act creates an undue burden for a large fraction of women for whom the Act is a substantial rather than an irrelevant restriction,” he wrote.

“The court concludes the Act is an inappropriate use of the State’s regulatory power over the medical profession to bar certain medical procedures and substitute others in furtherance of the State’s legitimate interest in regulating the medical profession in order to promote respect for the life of the unborn,” Yeakel said.

Attorney General Ken Paxton has vowed to appeal the ruling to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

“A five-day trial in district court allowed us to build a record like no other in exposing the truth about the barbaric practice of dismemberment abortions. We are eager to present that extensive record before the 5th Circuit,” he said in a statement. “No just society should tolerate the tearing of living human beings to pieces. We are hopeful the 5th Circuit will respect the will of the Texas legislature by upholding Texas’ lawful authority to protect the dignity of innocent unborn children as they die.”

In his 1854 lecture at the University of Pennsylvania on criminal abortion, obstetrician Hugh Hodge declared, “[H]uman life commences at the time of conception; … the embryo and fetus therefore should be protected during its intra-uterine life as sedulously as after birth.”

“Hence, that all efforts, direct or indirect, to disturb the progress of gestation or to injure the product of conception are criminal, alike violating the laws of nature and of God,” he stated.


 Baby Elijah was taken from his mom at birth:
 baby elijah
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Sometimes a story comes along that makes your blood boil, and this is one of them. 
All over the nation CPS is stealing children from Christian families that express concerns about the safety of vaccines, but I never expected it to happen in north Idaho.  Actually, a large number of families from all over the country have moved to Idaho in recent years specifically because of the vaccine issue.  In Idaho, there is no legal requirement to vaccinate your children, and so no child should ever be taken away because parents do not intend to vaccinate.  Unfortunately, that appears to be what happened in this case.

Earlier today I spoke with Simona Mona of Health Freedom Idaho on the telephone.  She said that she would send me a basic account of the facts in this case, and I told her that I would share those facts with my audience.  Simona is hoping to get as many people as possible out to a court hearing that is being held on Monday morning…

Friends we have an incredibly important battle on our hands. Something unconscionable has happened in North Idaho this last week. We were notified by the daugther of a local pastor here in Kootenai County regarding a woman of his congregation, Diamond Mehlhoff, who gave birth in Kootenai County @ KMC on Monday November 20th via C section. On Wednesday November 22nd, after the parents refused vaccination for the baby, the state became involved and took this beautiful baby, Elijah, from his loving parents, claiming the mother to be unfit due to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy (a non progressive movement disorder). They have stated the mother to be bedbound, which is not at all the accurate, she also lives with her husband Ari and the grandfather of the baby. This is an unbelievable, unheard of, egregious case of disability discrimination. Their court hearing is tomorrow Monday 27th at 8am @ 205 N 4th Street Coeur D Alene ID 83814 in the Juvenile Justice Center. They are asking anyone available to please come support them.

It is very important to note that the state did not take any action until the parents expressed a desire not to vaccinate the child.  This is a common theme that comes up again and again in cases such as this around the country.  If you do not intend to vaccinate, it is probably best not to give birth at a hospital if you have that option.

From what I am being told, the authorities hope to institutionalize Diamond, declare the father to be unfit, and permanently keep the baby away from the parents.  This makes me so angry that I don’t know if I have the words to express what I am feeling right now.  As you can see from the photo at the top of this article, obviously Diamond is not “bedbound”.  She is just fine and definitely does not need to be institutionalized.  And the authorities have never even been to the husband’s home, and so they have absolutely no grounds for declaring him to be “unfit”.

If CPS wins in this case, what is going to happen the next time a disabled woman has a child here in Idaho?

Are all disabled women going to have their babies ripped from them once they give birth from now on?

Simona is 100% correct when she says that this is an “egregious case of disability discrimination”.  Those that are attempting to take this child away from Diamond should be absolutely ashamed of themselves.

If you would like to do something to get involved in this case, you can learn more on Health Freedom Idaho’s official Facebook page.  I personally know the leaders of Health Freedom Idaho, and they are relentless fighters for the things that we believe in.

Please share this article and the material about this case on Health Freedom Idaho’s Facebook page as widely as you can.  We want to make as much noise about this case as possible, because we want the authorities to back down and leave this Christian family alone.

 Baby of Idaho Disabled Mom Seized when Parents Claim Religious Exemption to Vaccines
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Health Impact News

UPDATE 11/27/2017

from the Health Freedom Idaho Facebook page:

***Update on Idaho’s baby Elijah case***

They were not able to finish the Shelter Care hearing today. They will continue on Wed at 8am and will have time to finish up on Fri. The family is hopeful that the issue will be resolved through cooperation with the department.

We must continue to call and email the hospital admin that began this atrocious act against a disabled mother and loving and very capable father. To contact the Kootenai Health administration office, email administration@kh.org or call Kootenai Health’s administrative office at (208) 625-4001.

We must also continue to contact the legislators of that district and ask them to please get involved in reuniting this family.
Representative Eric Redman eredman@house.idaho.gov (208) 623-6383
Representative Vito Barbieri vbar@house.idaho.gov (208) 620-0873
Senator Steve Vick sjvick@senate.idaho.gov (208) 819-4189

It is unconscionable that sweet little Elijah has been away from his mommy and daddy for 5 days now. What about baby Elijah’s right to be breastfed and bond with his mommy and daddy in these most precious first days?

This family will continue to lean on the support of their church family as they work together to be reunited. Health Freedom Idaho is working on a fundraiser for the family as they will have exorbitant costs through this process.

by Health Freedom Idaho

Something unconscionable has happened in North Idaho this last week. We were notified by the daugther of a local pastor here in Kootenai County regarding a woman of his congregation, Diamond Mehlhoff, who gave birth in Kootenai County @ KMC on Monday November 20th via C section.

On Wednesday November 22nd, after the parents refused vaccination for the baby, the state became involved and took this beautiful baby, Elijah, from his loving parents, claiming the mother to be unfit due to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy (a non progressive movement disorder).


Diamond is an active individual who doesn’t let cerebral palsy slow her down.

They have stated the mother to be bedbound, which is not at all the accurate, she also lives with her husband Ari and the grandfather of the baby.

This is an unbelievable, unheard of, egregious case of disability discrimination.

Their court hearing is tomorrow, Monday 27th at 8am @ 205 N 4th Street Coeur D Alene ID 83814 in the Juvenile Justice Center. They are asking anyone available to please come support them.

For those concerned that perhaps this family is ‘unfit’ Health Freedom Idaho has been researching this story since the day that it happened. We feel confident that this family’s parental rights have been violated under the guise of the mother’s illness.

This kind of blatant disregard of parental rights is happening all over the country.

Idaho MK

Contact the Hospital Adminstration and  Idaho Elected Officials in District 2 Representatives Eric M. Redman, Vito Barbieri and Senator Steve Vick

Easy cut and paste into your BCC portion of your email and send!

eredman@house.idaho.govvbar@house.idaho.gov, sjvick@senate.idaho.gov,

Representative Eric Redman
P.O. Box 40, Athol, 83801
Home (208) 623-6383
Statehouse (208) 332-1070 (Session Only)
FAX (208) 623-6383

Representative Vito Barbieri
564 E. Prairie Ave., Dalton Gardens, 83815
Home (208) 620-0873

Senator Steve Vick
2140 E. Hanley Ave., Dalton Gardens, 83815
Home (208) 819-4189

Kootenai Health
2003 Kootenai Health Way
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Jon Ness
Chief Executive Officer
(208) 625-4001

Jeremy S. Evans
Executive Vice President,
Hospital and Regional Operations
(208) 625-4001



 Does Trump want yet another media war, 
this time over vaccines?
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Trump has made two key appointments in the area of childhood vaccination. The first was Scott Gottlieb, the director of the FDA. What does Gottlieb have to say?
From fiercepharma.com: “…antivaccine activists were disappointed with Trump’s appointment for FDA head, Scott Gottlieb, who has said any theories of a link between vaccines and autism have been ‘thoroughly debunked’.”
Trump’s second key appointment has now been revealed. Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald takes over as the head of the CDC.

Georgia Department of Public Health: “’Immunizations are the best way to protect infants and children from childhood diseases, like whooping cough and measles that can be life-threatening at young ages’,” said Brenda Fitzgerald, M.D., commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health [before her appointment to lead the CDC]. “It is critical for parents to talk to their child’s doctor to ensure they are up-to-date on immunizations, because no child should have to suffer a vaccine-preventable illness’.”
In 2014, Dr. Fitzgerald wrote an op-ed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “I’ve heard all the arguments against vaccination. All have been debunked…”
Is Trump, who has declared he believes there is a link between vaccination and autism, playing a secret game? Is he giving his new appointees enough rope to hang themselves, before he moves in and empowers an independent panel to investigate vaccine-dangers?
We’ll see. However, if other key appointees Trump has moved into important slots in his administration are any indication—with their leaking, their out of school statements, their former employment at Goldman Sachs, their bias in favor of extending American Empire and policing the planet—the whole issue of vaccination could be off the table.
Does Trump want yet another media war, this time over vaccines? If he does, for example, as rumored, tap Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to head up a probe into corruption and fraud at the CDC re childhood vaccination, mainstream news networks will erupt in a new round of furor. Pharmaceutical companies, which pour mighty amounts of advertising dollars into those networks, will demand volcanic attacks against Trump.
For the moment, vaccine makers are relieved to see the president has filled two key posts with defenders of their toxic realm.

 Trump has made two key appointments in the area of childhood vaccination. The first was Scott Gottlieb, the director of the FDA. What does Gottlieb have to say? https://www.infowars.com/is-trumps-in…
 Trump Administration Selects New Head of CDC
JULY 7, 2017
 According to Donald Trump’s administration on Friday, Doctor Brenda Fitzgerald, who is in charge of the state of Georgia’s public health agency, will be the new head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fitzgerald fills a spot that was held temporarily by a deputy director since the CDC’s previous director Tom Frieden left earlier this year in January. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Fitzgerald, who has run the Georgia state health agency for six years, is an obstetrician-gynecologist with three decades of experience.
 Improving early child development with words: Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald at TEDxAtlanta
 Alex Jones talks about how the global elite are out to control every aspect of your life and why we need to guard our spirit.
The Silent War Of Vaccines
 Jon Rappoport joins the War Room to discuss the silent war 
being waged upon our populace.
REVEALED: Toxic Mechanism of Vaccine Aluminum
 New research from Keele Univ in Staffordshire, England revealed massive
aluminum levels in brains of young children suffering from autism and
the surprise revelation is that the lowest dosage is the most toxic!





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 An Open Letter To Alabama’s Christian Community 
“You Are Being Played”

Dear Alabama Christians,

In my 50 years of following national political races I don’t know if
I’ve ever seen one as strange as the current U.S. Senate race in your

First, we had the national Republican Party in the September Senate
run-off working against the state’s more popular candidate Judge Roy
Moore in favor of their establishment candidate, and former D.C.
lobbyist, Luther Strange. The D.C. Republicans flooded Strange with
money only to see him lose by a significant 9-point margin.

Then, in the general election, this very same GOP-Washington
establishment continues to undermine Moore in favor of electing a
Senator from the Democratic Party. We might have to go all the way back
to Goldwater to find anything that resembles these unusual political

In their attempt to destroy their own candidate, the Republican hierarchy has colluded with their media nemesis, the Washington Post, to promote a smear campaign against Judge Roy Moore.


On November 9th, 2017, the Washington Post broke the story
of four women with their alleged accounts of their 38-year-old dating
experience with Roy Moore. As soon as the story broke, the usual cast of
“Swamp” creatures surfaced with feigned outrage demanding that Moore
step down from the race. McConnell, McCain, Flake, and Romney issued
their immediate demand without any examination of facts. Their instant
condemnation of Moore gave evidence of their orchestration. Within days,
other GOP establishment elites including Speaker of the House, Paul
Ryan, chimed in to condemn Moore.

The Washington Post describes the accusers claims of dates
they went on with Moore when they were in their late teens. The more
serious charge of the four was given by Leigh Corfman who alleged that,
when she was 14, Moore sexually assaulted her.

Corfman would have been the key witness in bringing down Moore, but
within days, substantial credibility issues of this witness were
uncovered when it was found out that Corfman had been married three
times, filed bankruptcy three times, and had accused three pastors of
sexual misconduct. The last of these points completely discredited her
testimony, but the national press and the GOP establishment continue to
repeat the allegations as though they were true.

The Post story further crumbled when one of the accusers,
Debbie Gibson, turned out to be a Democrat operative, having worked for
Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and at the time was campaigning for Doug

So when the initial round of accusers lacked the hoped-for effect,
the establishment rolled out one Beverly Young Nelson on November 13,
accompanied by none other than the infamous feminist, Gloria Allred, all
set for a prime time New York City press conference. Should we expect
anyone less than Ms. Allred for such an event?

Ms. Nelson produced a tearful scene of Moore taking her in his car
when she was 16 years old behind a restaurant and sexually assaulting
her. It was compelling theater complete with a yearbook signature,
tears, tissues, and comforting hugs from Ms. Allred. So convincing was
the display that at the time it moved some conservatives away from

But like Ms. Corfman, upon closer examination of the evidence, Ms.
Nelson’s accounts also started crumbling. Within hours, photos of the
yearbook were examined and found to be a forgery. Ms. Nelson’s step-son
went public, declaring his step-mother’s allegations to be “one hundred
percent lies” and on the following day, evidence surfaced revealing that
Judge Moore had presided over Mrs. Nelson’s 1999 divorce without her
objection. A second Moore accuser totally discredited!

By this time the citizens of Alabama were starting to awaken to the lies and smear campaign against Judge Moore.


The tactics used against Judge Moore are right out of the Marxist, Saul Alinsky’s playbook in his Rules for Radicals.

Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”

“If you push a negative hard and deep enough it will break through into its counterside.”

“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”

Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.)”

The opposition to Judge Roy Moore used a classic Alinsky approach of
destroying the man, not his ideas. They know they cannot win the
election debate over issues that affect the people of Alabama so they
sought to destroy the person.


Always throughout human history, a deep pool of false witnesses has
been available anytime and at any price, and 2017 Alabama is not an

Usually, in the more public high-profile cases where corrupt men
procure their liars, they do a more thorough job of vetting their false
witnesses.  Ms. Corfman and Ms. Nelson’s credibility was destroyed so
quickly that we can conclude that their organizers have been very sloppy
in their recruitment and orchestration.

Alabama Christians, do you think that the four women who came out at the same time on November 9 to give their story to the Washington Post did
this spontaneously after 38 years had  elapsed? Do you think Ms. Nelson
also, after 38 plus years, had a sudden inspiration to call Gloria
Allred to help ease her pain?

No and no. All of this has been orchestrated by political agents
looking to destroy a good man. Can you imagine the expense, time, and
research these men must have gone through to coordinate these attacks on
Judge Moore?  We also know from our own biblical history, false
witnesses do not come without a cost.

Let me also ask you your thoughts on the Washington Post. Do
you think that this deep-state paper which has continually labored to
keep the pedophilia and assorted sexual perversions of their political
associates under wraps, now on November 9, suddenly became concerned
with the welfare of women in Alabama dating from 1977? Has the Washington Post suddenly seen the light about the moral condition of the country and its politicians?

No, not at all. BUT THEY KNOW YOU DO. They know that the Christian
people of Alabama demand character in their political leaders while
across the political aisle; issues of character are mostly irrelevant.

Thus, we have the real purpose of the Washington Post article: to orchestrate a smear campaign against Moore in order to suppress the Christian vote in the Alabama Senate race.

These people know the mind of the average Christian and their desire
for godly character and public morality. If they can take the experience
of dating  younger women and turn it into the perception of an
under-age sexual assault, then they would have driven a permanent wedge
between Christian voters and their Christian candidate.

My call to the Christian community in Alabama is to stop being naïve.
Seek to know how the world works. YOU ARE BEING PLAYED. Being played is
defined as:

“Lied to, set up to be taken advantage of. To be cheated by a set
up of actions or circumstances that have been deliberately planned.”

Do you think that instead of being emotionally manipulated by false
reports it would be prudent to reserve judgment until the facts are
discerned?  Do you think the proverb applies to the circumstances
regarding Judge Moore?

[He that is first in his own cause seemeth just; but his neighbour cometh and searcheth him.]  Proverbs 18:17


In times past, bearing false witness (or more commonly known today as
‘slander’) came with severe penalties. In the case laws of the Bible,
slander came with a greater civil penalty than many sexual sins and
thievery. One can always restore a stolen bike or a car but how can a
good name be restored after it is dragged through the mud with lies and

As a Christian, should not your outrage and anger be directed at
these false witnesses and those who have orchestrated such lies?

For these women to bring up accusations based on an alleged incident
38 years ago is on its face, absurd. This is why in the Christian West
we have “Statutes of Limitation” written into our legal system.

Sir William Blackstone, the most respected jurist who greatly impacted early American jurisprudence, wrote in his Commentaries on the Laws of England:

“The use of these statutes of limitation is to preserve the peace
of the kingdom and to prevent those innumerable perjuries which might
ensue if a man were allowed to bring an action for an injury committed
at any distance of time.”

If the ruling establishment is successful in Judge Moore’s election
defeat, then what Christian man in Alabama or the nation would not be
susceptible to the same defamation when allegations, by themselves,
become the new standard for guilt?


Conservatives across the country have written much about the out of
state influences in your Senate race. There is an ever-growing number of
Alabamians who realize that their Senate election is being manipulated
by political operatives in Washington, D.C. They do not view this

The tide has taken a turn in the second week after the Post story
broke. Many national commentators including President Trump are now
taking a more reserved position, declaring: “Let the people of Alabama
decide their own election.”

Christian, naiveté is not a virtue. Be aware of the deceptions of
this world and the devices of how corrupt men manipulate both mind and
emotion for their political purposes. Use your common sense and biblical
wisdom to understand the recent events in your state.

Your Senate race has garnered national attention because it is one of
the most important ones in decades, important because it will help
determine the leadership and future direction of the Republican Party
and to the eventual restoration of the American republic.

This election goes beyond a battle between two opposite political
views and candidates of Moore vs. Jones. It is also a battle against two
forces with two different visions for the future of the GOP. The
players are McConnell and Ryan on one side, representing the older
establishment, globalist, Bush wing of the Republican Party vs. Steve
Bannon and President Trump, who embody the America-First,
anti-globalist, economic nationalism movement.

NOT voting for Judge Moore on December 12, is a vote for
partial-birth abortion, same-sex marriage, globalism, open borders and a
liberal Supreme Court.

Finally, remember the account in Genesis 39 when Joseph was falsely
accused of a sexual assault by Potiphar’s wife. Joseph spent two years
in an Egyptian prison before he was vindicated. We don’t have two years
to wait. Judge Roy Moore needs to be vindicated by the people of Alabama
on December 12.


 U.S. Chargé d‘Affaires David
Kostelancik at 
“Interfaith Prayer Breakfast” in Hungary
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

The U.S. State Department has courted controversy by
announcing it will plough $700,000 into Hungarian media, angering the
country’s anti-globalist, conservative government

This shocking report makes no sense given the commonalities between
President Trump in “making America great again” and Victor Orban’s
similar stance.

Orban has proved to be a rare strong figure in standing against
unvetted mass Muslim migration that has seen Europe spiral into chaos.
He has also opposed EU quotas in the face of threats of sanctions. In
July, Orban stated that migrants were “poison” and “not needed.” Orban
has also praised the victory of Donald Trump in putting America first,
and declared 2017 “the year of rebellion” for Hungary.

Orban also upholds the cornerstone of democracy: free speech, which
every brand of fascism has vehemently opposed. In a ground-breaking
speech, Orban declared
that “freedom begins with speaking the truth” and that “we must
therefore drag the ancient virtue of courage out from under the silt of
oblivion. First of all we must put steel in our spines.”

A message to take from the US State Department’s hostile move against
Orban is that Trump still does not have control of the departments
working under him. The many calls to “drain the swamp” still have not
been heeded.
As the article below points out:

The obvious subtext to all of this is that the State
Department funding effort is intended to bolster anti-government and
opposition media. This suggests it is still pursuing Obama era,
anti-conservative policy objectives

It also suggests an undermining of the Trump Presidency. If not
addressed, this will invite more such anti-Trump, anti-conservative
initiatives which will have a negative impact upon Trump’s support base.
A month ago, Hungarian MP István Hollik expressed fears
that “George Soros would use his organisation, now the second largest
political activist charity in the world, to influence Hungary’s 2018
general election” and “remove Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party
from power, tear down the border fence, and implement the ‘Soros Plan’
to flood Europe with one million third-world migrants annually.”
Given the catastrophe that Europe has faced with its Hijra invasion,
the move to undermine Victor Orban’s government demands immediate
attention and intervention by Trump, as questions mount: who is really
controlling America?
“U.S. State Dept Puts $700,000 into Hungarian Media, Demands ‘Programming’ Against Orban, Patriots,” by Jack Montgomery Breitbart, November 22, 2017 (thanks to Inexion):

The U.S. State Department has courted controversy by
announcing it will plough $700,000 into Hungarian media, angering the
country’s anti-globalist, conservative government.

The funding was announced by U.S. Chargé d‘Affaires David
, who has previously appeared to openly criticise the Trump
administration by alluding to “apparent inconsistencies in [U.S.]
foreign policy” and remarking that “not every criticism of the
government is ‘fake news’.”

Breitbart London spoke to a State Department official who confirmed
it supports what it calls “democracy and human rights programming” in
many countries, and that its intentions in Hungary — a NATO ally — are
to “support media outlets operating outside the capital … to produce
fact-based reporting and increase their audience and economic
The State Department also echoed Kostelancik’s claim that too many
Hungarian news outlets are sympathetic to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s
popular conservative government — which has earned powerful enemies by
opposing the European Union on mass migration, building a highly
effective border wall, and exposing the network of European politicians
deemed “reliable allies” by billionaire open borders campaigner George
The obvious subtext to all of this is that the State Department
funding effort is intended to bolster anti-government and opposition
media. This suggests it is still pursuing Obama era, anti-conservative
policy objectives internationally in defiance of President Trump, who
has praised Prime Minister Orbán — the first European leader to back him
— as “strong and brave”.
The Hungarian leader has maintained a position of strong opposition
to “globalist elites, the bureaucrats who serve them, the politicians in
their pay, and the agents of the Soros-type networks that embody their
interests” despite fierce opposition from Brussels, pro-mass immigration
NGOs, and left-liberal U.S. media, believing he is standing up for a
“silent majority” of hard-pressed families across the West, who wish to
preserve their Christian heritage and national identity.
For its part, the Hungarian government has denounced the State
Department for what it regards as blatant interference in its internal
affairs ahead of national elections in Spring 2018.

“What is this if not an intervention in the election campaign and the
domestic politics of Hungary? Which Washington office can judge the
applications of media organisations from a Hungarian county and what
kind of balanced service they would like to offer?” asked Foreign
Minister Péter Szijjártó, who said it was shocking that American
taxpayers’ money was being used to — to quote the State Department —
“educate journalists on how to practice their trade” in an allied
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has summoned the U.S.
Chargé d‘Affaires, asking for an explanation, and told him that we
consider this a political intervention by the U.S. Department of State
ahead of the elections,” a spokesman added.

The Hungarians have also robustly rejected the State Department’s accusations that there is no press freedom in their country.
For example, Prime Minister Orbán’s Secretary of State for Public
Diplomacy, Dr. Zoltán Kovács, has highlighted the following exchange
between journalists at Hungarian outlets 168óra and RTL Klub — neither
of which “would ever be described as linked to the Orbán Government”, in
his estimation:
168óra: Is there press freedom in Hungary?
Péter Kolosi: There is. If there weren’t, then there wouldn’t be an RTL Klub either.
Dr. Kovács then questioned whether Kostelancik — who is not the U.S.
ambassador to Hungary, but only fulfilling that role temporarily while
the Obama appointee he formerly served is in the process of being
replaced — has any mandate to be attacking Hungary’s media landscape in
the first place.
He also took the Chargé d‘Affaires to task for praising journalists
of the “Communist old guard” who attended his speech for supposedly
“striving to speak the truth” — a scene the Hungarian described as
“stomach-turning”, given their history of collaboration with the
Soviet-backed dictatorship.
Prime Minister Orbán, who opposed the Leftist regime at some personal
risk as a younger man, has often chided Western leaders — and the
European Union in particular — of “making excuses for the crimes of
Communism”, and worked to make sure its victims are given due attention
since his election.
Dr Kovács went on the publish a more extensive response to
Kostelancik and the State Department, in which he lamented their actions
as “astonishing and disappointing coming from an ally”.
Beyond the “clear interference in the domestic affairs of an ally”,
he noted that “the media in the U.S. has its own issues. Criticisms
related to concentration of media ownership, commercial relationships,
and mainstream media bias – Harvey Weinstein, anyone? — are now the
stuff of everyday in the U.S.”
He concluded by observing that one of Geroge Soros’s many so-called
civil society organisations launched a media training operation in
Hungary around the same time as Kostalencik announced the State
Department funding scheme — leaving some suspicious as to who the
“partner” the State Department intends to select to deliver its
programme might turn out to be.
Hungary is in the midst of a fierce struggle with Soros and his EU
backers over its opposition to his plan for the migrant crisis.
Hungary believes that the EU is implementing this plan on behalf of
the convicted insider trader through the compulsory redistribution of
migrants by a system quotas, among other measures, and is currently
conducting a national consultation on it to demonstrate that its
opposition to the plan has widespread public support…..


Islamic State opens sex slave market in Turkey’s capital


SEE: https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/11/islamic-state-opens-sex-slave-market-in-turkeys-capital; 

republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

In Islamic law, it is normal: the seizure of Infidel girls and their use as sex slaves is sanctioned in the Qur’an. According to Islamic law, Muslim men can take “captives of the right hand” (Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 33:50). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet! Lo! We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have paid their dowries, and those whom your right hand possesses of those whom Allah has given you as spoils of war” (33:50). 4:3 and 4:24 extend this privilege to Muslim men in general. The Qur’an says that a man may have sex with his wives and with these slave girls: “The believers must win through, those who humble themselves in their prayers; who avoid vain talk; who are active in deeds of charity; who abstain from sex, except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, or whom their right hands possess, for they are free from blame.” (Qur’an 23:1-6)
The rape of captive women is also sanctioned in Islamic tradition:

Abu Sirma said to Abu Sa’id al Khadri (Allah he pleased
with him): 0 Abu Sa’id, did you hear Allah’s Messenger (may peace be
upon him) mentioning al-’azl? He said: Yes, and added: We went out with
Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) on the expedition to the
Bi’l-Mustaliq and took captive some excellent Arab women; and we desired
them, for we were suffering from the absence of our wives, (but at the
same time) we also desired ransom for them. So we decided to have sexual
intercourse with them but by observing ‘azl (Withdrawing the male
sexual organ before emission of semen to avoid conception). But we said:
We are doing an act whereas Allah’s Messenger is amongst us; why not
ask him? So we asked Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him), and he
said: It does not matter if you do not do it, for every soul that is to
be born up to the Day of Resurrection will be born. (Sahih Muslim 3371)

It is also in Islamic law: “When a child or a woman is taken captive, they become slaves by the fact of capture, and the woman’s previous marriage is immediately annulled.” (Umdat al-Salik O9.13)
The Egyptian Sheikh Abu-Ishaq al-Huwayni declared in May 2011 that “we are in the era of jihad,” and that meant Muslims would take slaves. In a subsequent interview he elaborated:

Jihad is only between Muslims and infidels. Spoils,
slaves, and prisoners are only to be taken in war between Muslims and
infidels. Muslims in the past conquered, invaded, and took over
countries. This is agreed to by all scholars—there is no disagreement on
this from any of them, from the smallest to the largest, on the issue
of taking spoils and prisoners. The prisoners and spoils are distributed
among the fighters, which includes men, women, children, wealth, and so
When a slave market is erected, which is a market in which are sold
slaves and sex-slaves, which are called in the Qur’an by the name milk al-yamin,
“that which your right hands possess” [Koran 4:24]. This is a verse
from the Qur’an which is still in force, and has not been abrogated. The
milk al-yamin are the sex-slaves. You go to the market, look
at the sex-slave, and buy her. She becomes like your wife, (but) she
doesn’t need a (marriage) contract or a divorce like a free woman, nor
does she need a wali. All scholars agree on this point—there is
no disagreement from any of them. […] When I want a sex slave, I just
go to the market and choose the woman I like and purchase her.

Around the same time, on May 25, 2011, a female Kuwaiti politician, Salwa al-Mutairi, also spoke out in favor of the Islamic practice of sexual slavery of non-Muslim women, emphasizing that the practice accorded with Islamic law and the parameters of Islamic morality.

A merchant told me that he would like to have a sex
slave. He said he would not be negligent with her, and that Islam
permitted this sort of thing. He was speaking the truth. I brought up
[this man’s] situation to the muftis in Mecca. I told them that I had a
question, since they were men who specialized in what was halal, and
what was good, and who loved women. I said, “What is the law of sex
The mufti said, “With the law of sex slaves, there must be a Muslim
nation at war with a Christian nation, or a nation which is not of the
religion, not of the religion of Islam. And there must be prisoners of
“Is this forbidden by Islam?” I asked.
“Absolutely not. Sex slaves are not forbidden by Islam. On the
contrary, sex slaves are under a different law than the free woman. The
free woman must be completely covered except for her face and hands. But
the sex slave can be naked from the waist up. She differs a lot from
the free woman. While the free woman requires a marriage contract, the
sex slave does not—she only needs to be purchased by her husband, and
that’s it. Therefore the sex slave is different than the free woman.”

Iraqi Ayatollah Al-Haeri said in April 7, 2016 that a man could offer slave girls to a friend for sex. In March 2017, Quebec imam Ewis El Nagar said that the Islamic ruling allowing slave girls was still in force
The savage exploitation of girls and young women is, unfortunately, a cross-cultural phenomenon, but only in Islamic law does it carry divine sanction.

“‘ISIS Opens Sex-Slave Market in Turkey’s Capital,’” by Ran Meir, Clarion Project, November 21, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

You may think ISIS’ demise in Iraq and Syria would mean
an end to its sex-slave trading, but a new report says Islamic State has
merely transferred its slave business into Turkey – including a market
in Turkey’s capital Ankara. This means ISIS is involved in the slavery
industry in a European country.

During its years of power in parts of Iraq and Syria, ISIS held slave
markets both in private and public. With its loss of power, Islamic
State began smuggling Yazidi women across the border into Turkey. It
imprisoned them with ISIS families it had shifted from Iraq and Syria
into Turkey previous to the major losses in territory.
ISIS is also said to be negotiating with the close relatives of these
women to release them after years of captivity, torture and sexual
slavery. The ransoms are believed to amount to thousands of dollars,
which for many Yazidi families are sums they simply cannot afford.
It is understood that when the families don’t meet the ransom demands, ISIS sells the women to the highest bidders.
ISIS’ slavery operation is already up and running in three Turkish
cities — Gaziantep, Urfa and Ankara — said Yazidi human rights
campaigner Ali el-Hansouri speaking to Sputnik’s Arabic website.
Not only is ISIS holding women against their will, “but ISIS is also
not releasing Yazidi children who were transferred to Turkey,” said
el-Hansouri. “Rather it’s holding them within the houses of its
activists there.”…


 MSNBC Host Melissa Harris-Perry – WE own YOUR kids!

  Sign the Petition to Stop Regulation 225!

Petition Text

  •  No student should ever be pressured to
    undress, shower, or share overnight accommodations with individuals of
    the opposite sex, yet, these are exactly the kind of situations
    regulation 225 promotes.

  •  The
    new regulation 225 ignores biological differences between the sexes in
    competitive sports and is a serious setback for the advancements made to
    equal athletic opportunities for girls.

  •  No federal law requires school districts to grant students access to facilities dedicated to the opposite sex. Regulation 225 threatens student privacy and parents’ rights and attempts to erase the  differences between the sexes.

  •  Compassionate accommodations can and should be extended to students struggling with biological realities in a way that protects the privacy, safety, and dignity of everyone.


 The State attempting to take away 
parental authority
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 A series of sweeping regulations being considered by Delaware’s 
Department of Education would allow students to “self-identify” not only
 their gender but also their race, and it empowers schools not to seek 
parental consent if the child feels his or her parents might not be 
“supportive” enough. The law would apply to students of all ages in all 
public schools in the state.
Nicole Theis discusses Regulation 225 on Fox News Live from Delaware Families

SEE ALSO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeagNiaI3bc

“All students enrolled in a Delaware public school may self-identify
gender or race,” reads section 7.4 of Regulation 225. While the proposed
regulation states that administrators “may seek parental consent,” it
instructs them only to do so if the children feel that their parents are
“supportive” enough.

Here’s the full text of the regulation (note: the term “Protected
is defined by the regulation as the “race, ethnicity,
color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation,
genetic information, marital status, disability, age, gender identity or
expression or other characteristic protected by state or federal law”):

7.4 All students enrolled in a Delaware public school may self-identify gender or race which is maintained in eSchoolPLUS.
A school may request permission from the parent or legal guardian of a
minor student before a selfidentified gender or race is accepted;
provided, however, that prior to requesting the permission from a parent
or legal guardian, the school should consult and work closely with the
student to assess the degree to which, if any, the parent or legal
guardian is aware of the Protected Characteristic and is supportive of
the student, and the school shall take into consideration the safety,
health and well-being of the student in deciding whether to request
permission from the parent or legal guardian.

state-wide regulation also allows students who identify as the opposite
gender of their biological sex to participate in all extracurricular and
educational programs offered for that gender, including gender-specific
classes on sexuality and all sports.

Below is an excerpt from the section on human sexuality courses:

Nothing in this regulation shall be construed to prevent School
Districts and Charter Schools from providing separately to each gender
those segments of a program of instruction dealing exclusively with
human sexuality. A student shall have the opportunity to participate in
the program of instruction dealing exclusively with human sexuality that
is consistent with the student’s gender identity regardless of the
student’s assigned sex at birth.

Below is the section on extracurricular activities:

No student shall be denied the opportunity in any implied or explicit
manner to participate in an Extra-Curricular Activity because of the
student’s Protected Characteristic(s) except as provided in subsection
6.4. Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities shall be encouraged by
each Charter School and School District for all students regardless of
their Protected Characteristic(s).

The non-profit Delaware Family Policy Council
is trying to raise awareness about the massive governmental overreach
and the serious social and political implications of the proposed
regulation. Along with starting a petition
against the regulation, the organization’s president, Nicole Theis, is
publicly, as she puts it, sounding the “5-alarm alert for parents.”

“Regulation 225 violates the right of parents to care for
their children without government intrusion. If a student wants to
change his/her gender or race, and the school perceives that the
student’s parents may not be supportive, the school may bypass the
parents (see section 7.3.1 of Regulation 225),” writes Theis.
“Regulation 225 fails to protect the privacy and safety of all students.
Students may claim or ‘self-identify’ as the opposite gender at any
time and have access to the locker rooms, showers, restrooms, overnight
accommodations, and any school activity (sports team) that is gender
specific. (5.2-6.4)”
(ABOVE) is her appearance on Fox News in which
she discusses the pro-transgender, pro-transracial and anti-parental
authority regulation.

republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
Yes, you haerd that right.

Section 7.4.1 of the proposed regulation allows your school to “consult” (privately) with your child about his/her gender and race.
If you as a parent are perceived to be “unsupportive,” your child can take on a new identity without your knowledge, or consent.
And who is defining “unsupportive” and deciding that your role as a parent can be bypassed and disregarded?
Policies like Regulation 225 are setting parents up as a “non-ally” and “unsupportive,” discriminatory, even abusive, if they affirm their child’s biological realities and work through it instead of embracing the confusion.
This is OUTRAGEOUS!  We have to push back hard on this madness and get everyone around us to do the same. 
This is a 5-ALARM ALERT for parents!
State law says we have until December 4th to comment. WE MUST MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD BEFORE DECEMBER 4th. Please sign the petition below.
There’s more; sections – 6.4 will
allow for boys to play female sports, and male students may access
female restrooms, locker rooms, and overnight accommodations. They
simply need to “identify” as female to gain access. BAD IDEA! 

Tell the Department of Education NO on Regulation 225, the privacy and safety of ALL students needs to be protected! Sign the petition below.
Before we go any further, let’s be clear: Every student should be valued and treated with respect. Delaware has strong laws to address bullying. 

accommodations can and should be extnded to students struggling with
biological realities in a way that protects the privacy, safety, and
dignity of everyone.
When you read the Regulation here, notice the definition of terms and the contradictions. Think through the scenarios that this invites. 
Regulation 225 violates the right of parents to care for their
children without government intrusion. If a student wants to change
his/her gender or race, and the school perceives that the student’s
parents may not be supportive, the school may bypass the parents (see
section 7.3.1 of Regulation 225).
Transgender Agenda Versus Parental Rights
Regulation 225 fails to protect the privacy and safety of all
students. Students may claim or “self-identify” as the opposite gender
at any time and have access to the locker rooms, showers, restrooms,
overnight accommodations, and any school activity (sports team) that is
gender specific. (5.2-6.4) 
Remember: the public has until December 4th to comment to the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE).
Additional concerns with Regulation 225:
  •  Section 7.4 says students can self-identify their gender or race.
  •  Sections 7.3.1 – 7.4.1 uses the
    word “may,” meaning the school may disregard and bypass the parents
    altogether if the school (and who is that exactly?) perceives that the
    parent is “not supportive” (a non-ally) of the student in their new
    gender or race. 
  •  Sections 5.1 and 5.2 are
    completely subjective and create all sorts of opportunities for
    perceived discrimination as well as the avoidance of teaching certain
    historical and scientific facts. In addition, they usher in gender
    identity curriculum, and if one pushes back on it, it will be deemed
    discriminatory. It’s clear that any kind of affirmation of a child’s
    biological sex can be construed as discriminatory, even telling a
    student about a scholarship opportunity (section 10.5).
  •  Sections – 6.4 allow
    for boys to play female sports. 6.4 opens up all contact sports, based
    on the definition of gender, which is however one identifies.
  •  Section 8.0  mentions student privacy like it’s an afterthought.
  •  Sections 1.3 and 10.4 make this regulation a requirement.
need to be aware that children in public schools, as young as
kindergarten, are being taught that they can choose their gender. The
“Gingerbread Person 2.0” and “the Gender Unicorn” are only two examples
of the teaching tools for young students.
IMPORTANT: Regulation
225 invites teaching material like the “genderbread person” or the
“gender unicorn” to be used in the classroom, regardless of age.
According to Delaware law and this regulation, parents don’t have to know a thing about it. 

The popular book George
was recently introduced to elementary students in Kansas. It’s a story
of a 10-year-old boy who is hiding his true identity from his family and
friends but unveils his true self to the community in a school
production of Charlotte’s Web.

In addition to its promotion of sexual politics, the book undermines parental authority by casting George’s mother as a non-ally while the school principal (whose office is decorated with LGBTQ affirming posters) saves the day. This message of parents as the “non-ally” is the justification that Regulation 225 uses to disregard and bypass parents. Please
pay special attention to how this is framed, and watch for our emails
about it. Parents must push back now on this regulation. 
Listen to this presentation by the “Yes Institute,” an organization making the rounds in Delaware schools. 

 ABOVE: This presentation was given to middle school students in Delaware by a
woman who had a beard, presented herself as a man, said she was a
heterosexual male and married to a woman, and can have a baby. Sound
confusing? In this presentation to high school students, she was

What is a parent to do? PUSH BACK and talk to your kids. By all means, use these fantastic materials:

Guide for Parents: TrueTolerance.org
Every day, people contact us from all over Delaware, asking for
help in their specific arenas of influence. Whether they are parents of
elementary school students or legislators and everyone in between, we
equip people with the right knowledge and how to apply it.
Each time we’re contacted, it means a “push back,” because people feel empowered and supported.
Your financial partnership sows courage into the people who are making and will continue to make all the difference in this state. We need your support. YES for COURAGE! YES for the PUSH BACK! 
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About Author: Nicole Theis

Theis is a native of Delaware, and Founder and President of Delaware
Family Policy Council established in 2008. Nicole, with her team, leads
the Faith, Family, and Freedom effort in Delaware and works daily to
equip and embolden Christ followers to courageously engage the culture. DFPC
is a gospel centric organization that has grown to be the most credible
resource for allied legislators, educators, pastors, parents, and
anyone who wants to influence and engage the culture around them. 
Nicole and her husband, Chris, have been married for 25 years and are parents to two wonderful teenagers.

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White boys could soon self-identify as black girls in Delaware.

The state Department of Education is considering sweeping
regulations regarding discrimination that would allow children to
determine their gender and their race.
The proposed “Regulation 225 Prohibition of Discrimination” could
set the stage for a gender-bending, cultural appropriation free-for-all
in the nation’s first state.
“All students enrolled in a Delaware public school may self-identify gender or race,” the proposed regulation states.
The state educators use a term called “Protected Characteristics”
to describe race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, gender
identity and other characteristics protected by state or federal law.
And the proposed regulation should scare the living daylights out
of every mom and dad in the state. It clearly states school leaders
would not necessarily be required to notify parents if Billy suddenly
decides to identify as Sally.
“Prior to requesting permission from a parent or legal guardian,
the school should consult and work closely with the student to assess
the degree to which, if any, the parent or legal guardian is aware of
the Protected Characteristic and is supportive of the student, and the
school shall take into consideration the safety, health and well-being
of the student in deciding whether to request permission from the parent
or legal guardian,” section 7.4.1 reads.
The Delaware Department of Education believes it is best equipped
to handle your child’s gender or pigmentation change. In other words,
government knows best.
“I’m outraged,” Delaware Family Policy Council President Nicole Theis told me. “Every parent should be outraged by this.”
The Delaware Family Policy Council is leading the charge to fight
the proposed regulation – urging moms and dads across the state to rise
up and fight the Department of Education.
“Literally, if a parent affirms their child’s biological sex, and
now race, they are positioned as discriminatory through policies like
Regulation 225,” Theis told me. “These policies are setting parents up
as a ‘non-ally’ and unsupportive, even abusive, if they affirm their
child’s biological realities and work through confusion versus embracing
But this is what happens when the government assumes they can do a better job than you when it comes to parenting your child.
“This is a 5-alarm alert for parents,” Theis told me. “The effects
of the deliberate conditioning of children as early as pre-school into
believing they can deny biological facts and realities and identify as
whatever gender or race they feel, and to what end?”
The Delaware Family Policy Council also has grave concerns over safety and privacy in bathrooms and locker rooms.
“No student should ever be pressured to undress, shower, or share
overnight accommodations with individuals of the opposite sex – yet
these are exactly the kind of situations Regulation 225 promotes,” she
The Delaware Dept. of Education’s decision to ignore the biological
realities of our God-given plumbing and reproductive parts has opened
up a gender-bending Pandora’s Box.
Would a white child who identifies as black be eligible for
Affirmative Action scholarships Would a black child who identifies as
Hispanic be permitted to wear a sombrero on Cinco de Mayo? Would a
Hispanic child who identifies as Polynesian be permitted to wear a Moana
costume on Halloween?
I reached out to the Delaware Dept. of Education seeking answers – but so far, they have not returned my messages.
That being said, I’d like to know how they’re going to handle the
gender-fluid, Asian-American football player who suddenly decides during
halftime that he’s a Caucasian female?
More Resources by DelawareFamilies.org:
 About Author: Todd Starnes
 Todd Starnes is heard daily on hundreds of radio stations around the
nation. He also writes a column and hosts a digital show for
FoxNews.com. Todd also makes regular appearances on Fox News Channel and
Fox Business Network. He is the author of four books and is a frequent
speaker. Todd’s journalism has been honored by the Associated Press, the
Radio, Television News Director’s Association, and the National
Religious Broadcasters. Learn more about Todd at www.toddstarnes.com.


 Delaware: No Constitutional Amendment Creating Special Rights for Homosexuals; 
Family Policy Briefing
 Parents upset about Regulation 225



 Employee options: Get the flu shot, get an approved religious or medical exemption, or leave
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For dozens of employees at Essentia Health, Monday meant
coming to work not knowing whether they would make it to Tuesday. All
because of the flu shot.

“Purely voluntary or more education doesn’t get you those high levels
of immunization compliance,” said Dr. Rajesh Prabhu, the company’s
chief of patient quality and safety. Prabhu said it was essential that
he take a mandatory approach.
Since September, Essentia has told employees, volunteers, students
and vendors that they have three options: get the flu shot, get an
approved religious or medical exemption, or leave Essentia.
So far, he said 99.5 percent of employees have chosen the first two
options. But 50 or so have been terminated, with more left waiting to
hear back on their exemptions.
Minnesota Nurses Association Duluth Chair Steve Strand said with so
many employees in that limbo, his union doesn’t know how many members
have lost their jobs just yet.
“We believe that they will be denying some of those, and then those individuals may end up terminated, also,” Strand said.
said the union does intend to fight any terminations for a policy it
says is unnecessary, intrusive and may not even be effective.
“The flu shot isn’t a be-all, end-all,” he said. “It only has certain efficacy.”
stands by its policy, saying that’s what it takes to keep patients and
fellow workers safe from potential infections this flu season.
may debate on how effective that is, but based on what the level of
evidence is and what our peers are doing, we thought  this was the best
way to protect our patients.” Prabhu said.
Two unions have filed
unfair labor practices against Essentia Health. They say the company did
not negotiate with union members before establishing the policy.



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She has been Judge Roy Moore’s most damning accuser, but now
people “who were there when” have come forward to make us wonder if the
allegations are damned lies. Yet the national media refuse to cover the

Flanked by fame-seeking feminist attorney Gloria Allred, Beverly
Young Nelson gave a teary-eyed press conference November 13 claiming
that GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore violently sexually assaulted her in
1977, when she was 16. But other individuals, in positions to know, are
now disputing key facts in Nelson’s story.

Notable among them is retired public school teacher Rhonda Ledbetter,
who for almost three years, 1977-79, worked at the restaurant where the
alleged assault took place, Olde Hickory House in Gadsden, Alabama.
Another is former sheriff’s deputy Johnny Belyeu, Sr., who stated that
he was a “regular” at the restaurant and that he personally knew Moore
from the Etowah County courthouse in the 1970s. The last is former
waitress Renee Schivera, who says that she worked at Olde Hickory House
during the summer of ’77.

Here are their revelations, summed up by Gateway Pundit:

1.) The Olde Hickory House required employees to be at least 16. Beverly Nelson claims she was 15 when she started.
2.) The restaurant’s dumpsters were on the side of the building and not in back as Nelson claimed.
3.) A former employee says the restaurant NEVER closed at … [10 p.m.] as Nelson claimed and at midnight on most nights.
4.) Customers at the counter were served
by the bartender or cook and not by any waitress [thus, Moore wouldn’t
have had occasion to interact with Nelson, the theory goes].
5.) The witnesses claim they have shared this information with several news outlets but they have refused to report the truth!

Most significantly, all three witnesses state that they never saw Judge Moore dining at the restaurant. Ledbetter told WHNT 19 News, “I never once saw Roy Moore come into the restaurant in all the time that I worked there.”

Likewise, Johnny Belyeu, Sr., who, again, knew Moore personally,
tells us, “I was a regular customer at Olde Hickory House … and I
never once saw Judge Moore come in there,” reported One News Now. Schivera also states that she never saw the judge at the restaurant.

This appears to vindicate Judge Moore’s statement, “I don’t even know
where the restaurant is or was,” which initially was scoffed at.

Ledbetter was interviewed by WHNT 19, which spoke to her sister and
one of her friends, both of whom state that Ledbetter did in fact work
at Olde Hickory House during the relevant time period. As for Nelson’s
employment, however, no one seems to remember her.

“Ledbetter says she also doesn’t recall working with Beverly Nelson —
despite working several different shifts. ‘I don’t remember her. I
never remember her working there,’” reports WHNT 19.

Belyeu stated likewise, “that he never saw Beverly Nelson working
there either, ‘and I can’t say that she even worked there [at all],’”
One News Now informs. Schivera also doesn’t recall seeing Nelson.

All this contradicts Nelson’s claims. She “said Moore was a frequent
customer[,] and told reporters one night after work, Moore offered to
give her a ride home. She claims he sexually assaulted her in his car in
a back parking lot near a garbage dumpster,” reports WHNT 19.

“‘I tried fighting him off while yelling at him to stop. But instead
of stopping, he began squeezing my neck, attempting to force my head in
his crotch,’ Nelson claimed during the news conference.”

Yet, according to Ledbetter, the

area wasn’t dark and isolated as she [had
also] described. Rather, the building was right off the busy four-lane
highway and people and cars were always around. The restaurant had a
wrap-around porch, like the ones at Cracker Barrel restaurants, and
there were lights all around the sides of the building. So it wasn’t
dark and anyone in the parking lot was visible from the road.
[Moreover,] the dumpsters were to the
side of the building, not around back and there sure wasn’t room to park
in between the building and the dumpsters. People from the kitchen
would take trash out of the side door and throw it right into the
dumpsters. We were always told to park on the side of the building,
because there just wasn’t much room behind it. I don’t remember there
being an exit from the back of the parking lot, there would barely have
been enough room to turn a car around.

These aren’t the first aspects of Nelson’s story called into question. She had also, reports
One News Now, “produced a high school yearbook, which she claimed Moore
once signed, but the campaign shot back that the signature was likely
forged because the forger clumsily reprinted ‘D.A.’ from Nelson’s own
divorce documents signed by Moore. The letters ‘D.A.’ were the initials
of a court clerk, not ‘district attorney’ as Nelson and Allred claimed.”

In addition, an assertion made by different accusers — that Moore was
banned from the Gadsden Mall for propositioning teen girls — was
contradicted by former mall manager Barnes Boyle. Last Thursday he told local
Alabama news station WBRC, “We did have written reports and things,”
and “to my knowledge, he was not banned from the mall.”

Meanwhile, a recently released
CB Polling survey finds that Judge Moore — who’d fallen behind in polls
after his scandal broke — has now recovered and pulled into a
statistical dead heat with far-left opponent Doug Jones. Of course, the
only poll that really matters will be conducted December 12, when
Alabamans decide whether or not they’re going to let the establishment
and the mainstream media choose their senator.


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From FreedomProject Media:

Government K-8 schools in California recently became the first in
America to start demanding pro-homosexual and transgender propaganda in
history textbooks, sparking celebrations among those who would
indoctrinate children. In fact, history textbooks that refuse to push
the party line on the so-called LGBT agenda will be banned from
government schools in the state.

The decision to ban books that do not dishonestly celebrate homosexuality and alleged homosexuals, taken this month, was made pursuant to
the 2011 “Fair Education Act.” The scheme mandates that history and
social studies curricula promote the “accomplishments” of LGBT types,
even if claims that a historical person was a homosexual are disputed or
outright bogus.

“This long fought victory is the next step for California students to
learn about the contributions and history of LGBTQ people,” Rick Zbur,
executive director of the pro-LGBT group “Equality California,” was
quoted as saying. “Equality California applauds the State Board of
Education for this historic decision.”

Textbook publishers that refused to identify individuals whom LGBT
activists claim were homosexuals were banned. Among them was Houghton
Mifflin Harcourt. The company agreed to some of the LGBT movement’s
demands, and even claimed, falsely, that homosexuals are “central to
both United States history and culture.”

But the globalist publisher refused to identify poet Langston Hughes
as a homosexual, saying there was not enough evidence. And apparently,
for the militant LGBT movement, that means children may not read those
books at school.

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