Views:13922|Rating:3.99|View Time:25:16Minutes|Likes:115|Dislikes:29 The US has just gone through its most contentious Supreme Court nomination in decades.
America watched as Brett Kavanaugh ascended to the highest court in the country, despite a serious allegation of sexual assault from his high school days.
As the Senate reviewed his nomination, protesters took to the streets, and the events once again broke open the country’s political and cultural divides.
One group had backed Kavanaugh’s nomination from the beginning: The religious right in the US, which is a strategic, highly organised minority that has found itself more powerful than ever under President Donald Trump.
In his first two years of office, Trump has electrified this segment of the Republican base by advancing the movement’s opposition to abortion and LGBTQ rights.
President Trump has appointed more judges on federal appeals courts than any of his recent predecessors.
In the wake of the Supreme Court confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, America’s so-called “values voters” are heading to the midterm election polls with the wind in their sails – and a sophisticated legislative and judicial ground-game to build on their momentum.
Fault Lines goes inside the US religious right to explore the grassroots strategy and the powerful institutions fuelling its resurgence.
The investigation reveals the movement’s secretive state-level legislative strategy, known as Project Blitz, as well as the Republican party’s plan to stack the federal judiciary with conservative judges.
Ultimately, Fault Lines explores what’s driving this movement’s support for President Trump and what their success could mean for the future of the country.
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Views:20|Rating:0.00|View Time:3:14Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 President Trump has a simple solution for gun violence: give everyone a gun. Arm the school teachers! Arm the churches! Arm the synagogues!
He repeated his variation on the false and tired NRA slogan that “the only solution to a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun” in response to the massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania yesterday that killed 11 people.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto vehemently disagrees with the president on this contentious issue.
“I don’t think that the answer to this problem is solved by having our synagogues, mosques and churches filled with armed guards or our schools filled with armed guards,” Peduto told Chuck Todd on NBC’s Meet The Press this morning.
“I think we’re dealing with an irrational person who acted irrationally,” he continued. “And trying to create laws around that is not the way that we should govern. We should try to stop irrational behavior from happening at the forefront.”
While Mayor Peduto refrained from demanding stricter gun control laws during the interview, he did mention that he is a member of a bipartisan group called Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Robert Bowers, the man arrested for committing the hate crime slaughter, was a licensed gun owner with at least six registered firearms purchases over the years and no known criminal record, so current gun regulations would not have prevented him from acquiring his deadly arsenal.
The Democratic mayor was also asked whether he’d like to see Trump attend a community vigil for the victims of the massacre but deferred the decision to the victim’s families.
Trump has condemned the attack with scripted “thoughts and prayers” comments, labeling it “an assault on humanity” and exhorting Americans to defeat “the scourge of anti-Semitism,” before continuing to drum up antipathy towards Democrats, foreigners, and diversity at another yet another political rally yesterday in a speech that continued to employ anti-Semitic dog whistles.
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Views:20|Rating:0.00|View Time:47Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 President Donald Trump again bemoaned what he perceives as unfair treatment from the news media on Monday night, nearly a week after the attempted mail-bombings that targeted his political critics and Democratic leaders. Trump compared his treatment to that of President Barack Obama, following a racially motivated 2015 shooting at a predominately black church in Charleston, South Carolina, that killed nine parishioners. “They didn’t do that with President Obama with the church,” Trump said during a Fox News interview. They put my name in the headlines.” “My name, associated with this crazy bomber, ‘Trump bomber,’ or something. Steve Scalise by 66-year-old James Hodgkinson, a supporter of Democratic Sen.
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Views:3042|Rating:4.59|View Time:1:12Minutes|Likes:34|Dislikes:3 JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man with a prior criminal record was arrested Wednesday in the burning of an African-American church that was spray-painted with the words “Vote Trump,” and the church’s bishop said the man is a member of the congregation.
The state fire marshal said investigators do not believe the fire was politically motivated, but there a signs it may have been done to appear that way.
Andrew McClinton, 45, of Leland, Mississippi, is scheduled to make an initial court appearance Thursday in Greenville — the city where Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church was burned and vandalized Nov. 1, a week before the presidential election.
McClinton is charged with first degree arson of a place of worship, said Warren Strain, spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety.
Hopewell Bishop Clarence Green said McClinton, who is African-American, is a member of the church. Green said he didn’t know about the arrest until he was called by The Associated Press.
“This is the first I have heard of it,” said Green, who said he was attending to other church duties and didn’t have time for a longer interview.
It was not immediately clear whether McClinton is represented by an attorney.
The investigation is continuing, and officials have not revealed a possible motive.
“We do not believe it was politically motivated. There may have been some efforts to make it appear politically motivated,” Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney, who is also the fire marshal, told AP.
Mississippi Department of Corrections records show McClinton was sentenced in 1991 to three years’ probation for a grand larceny conviction in Washington County, where Greenville is the county seat. His probation was revoked in 1992 for receiving stolen property in Greenville, said Department of Corrections spokeswoman Grace Simmons Fisher.
In 1997, McClinton was sentenced to seven years for attempted robbery in Lee County. And, in 2004, he was convicted of armed robbery in Lee County. He served eight years in prison and was released in January 2012. His time served included days he was jailed before trial.
McClinton’s supervision by the department ended in February, the spokeswoman said.
Greenville is a Mississippi River port city of about 32,100 people, and about 78 percent of its residents are African-American. While it’s not unusual for people of different racial backgrounds to work and eat lunch together, local residents say the congregations at most churches remain clearly identifiable by race.
Greenville Mayor Errick D. Simmons on Wednesday called the church burning “a direct assault on the Hopewell congregation’s right to freely worship.”
“There is no place for this heinous and divisive behavior in our city,” Simmons said. “We will not rest until the culprit is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We take pride in our work to have a unified city and we look forward in continuing that work.”
Hopewell was founded in 1905 in the heart of an African-American neighborhood, and the congregation now has about 200 members. While some walls of the beige brick church survived the fire, the empty windows are boarded up and church leaders have said the structure will likely be razed. Rebuilding could take months.
After the fire, Hopewell congregants began worshipping in a chapel at predominantly white First Baptist Church of Greenville. Bishop Green said last month the generosity of First Baptist demonstrates that “unlimited love” transcends social barriers. James Nichols, senior pastor at First Baptist, said the Hopewell members are welcome to stay as long as they need a home.
Greenville is in Washington County, a traditional Democratic stronghold in a solidly Republican state. In the Nov. 8 presidential election, Republican Donald Trump easily carried Mississippi, but Democrat Hillary Clinton received more than twice the vote of Trump in Washington County — 11,380 for Clinton to 5,244 for Trump.
Views:1376|Rating:4.68|View Time:18:43Minutes|Likes:58|Dislikes:4 Melania Trump’s spokeswoman wrote in an email that the first lady was following Vatican protocol where women who have an audience with the pope wear long sleeves, formal black clothing and a veil to cover the head. “There was no request/requirement for her attire in Saudi,” Stephanie Grisham wrote.
Some believe there is a requirement to wear a burka or burqa?
A new grand jury report says that internal documents from six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania show that more than 300 “predator priests” have been credibly accused of sexually abusing more than 1,000 child victims.
“We believe that the real number of children whose records were lost or who were afraid ever to come forward is in the thousands,” the grand jury report says.
“Priests were rraping little boys and girls, and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing; they hid it all. For decades. Monsignors, auxiliary bishops, bishops, archbishops, cardinals have mostly been protected; many, including some named in this report, have been promoted.”
The grand jury described the church’s methods as “a playbook for concealing the truth” after FBI agents identified a series of practices they found in diocese files.
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Views:1233|Rating:4.69|View Time:1:4:47Minutes|Likes:90|Dislikes:6 Call-in: 888-775-3773. Live Sunday 9am PT (11CT/12ET). James takes your calls about Trump who made fun of Antifa’s biceps at his Springfield, MO rally Sep 21. We need to talk about beta males, evil women, and the hatred between men and women, liberals and conservatives.
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James talked with Samuel from Sweden (he has a job now!), Giuseppe from TX (pointing out the hypocrisy of the liberals), Efferson from Oakland, CA (he’s dealing with a liberal nasty high school English teacher), Patrick from TN (Tucker said if Kavanaugh isn’t confirmed soon, he won’t be!), Maze from Dayton, OH (use brain power and have love; she didn’t say to drop dead), Big Cal from TN, and Vincent from NY (he loves us for speaking against abortion).
You may be sick of the phony #MeToo movement, Judge Brett Kavanaugh accuser (Christine Blasey Ford #SayHerName LOL), etc. But I’m gonna touch on it because I argued with a guy on Facebook (we’ll call him “George”) who’s been all about the belief you should “listen to women,” and say, “I believe you.” He even made a hashtag “I Did” — meaning he took liberties with girls in his youth, groped a female friend when he was 13, pressed his advantage and kinda forced himself on young women, one he gave up, one was drunk!… as a young man. SMH, liberals accusing us of doing what they did/do. Now he feels guilt and drama, and he has sons he’s teaching his liberal values to!! He got mad at me, or at least trolled me, for making fun of #RapeCulture and “Patriarchy.” He accused me of viewing women as property, HAHA. Canadians*, SMH. Stay tuned for my “Theft Culture!” joke. It was funny in my mind. Nobody got it, except the guy who got mad/mean.
*Speaking of Canadians, see the cringe from a recent year: Prime Minister Trudeau’s statement on International Women’s Day: “Sophie and I are proud feminists…”
Bonus funny one (not playing this on the show!) Prime Minister Trudeau delivers a message on Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day
I also have a hilariously melodramatic video I gotta share if MoveOn doesn’t copystrike me:
(MoveOn) FACEBOOK VIDEO: Dr. Ford: You are Strong. We believe you.
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#DearProfessorFord, you are strong. You are a survivor. And you are not alone. Millions of us have your back.
We call on Senators to demand a full, fair and trauma-informed investigation.
“Signed, your sisters.”
BTW: BOND now has a Medium where we repost the blogs (Church, Men’s Forum, & Women’s Forum)
P.S. Y’all trying to be cute, missing Dane’s sendoff party! He’s off the the military.
P.P.S. I may try to get to this: ANTIFA COMPARES ICE WITH GESTAPO, CALLS FOR ‘SLAYING’ AGENTS WITH ‘REVOLUTIONARY FIRE AND JUSTICE’
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