Yesterday, The Stream suggested the President should personally present his case on electoral fraud to the American people. Today, he did just that. If you missed it, watch the full speech here.
"Many Christians, especially when it comes to LGBT-related issues, have bought into what might be called “the inevitability thesis.” Nearly everything in our culture has convinced them to assume that it is futile for anyone to resist their same-sex attractions."
Stonestreet and Rivera look at a ruling this past week from the 11th Circuit court that challenges the inevitability thesis.
"Election workers and observers presented alarming accounts of voter fraud to the Michigan state Senate on Tuesday, with some calling on lawmakers to act and insisting on an audit of the vote in that state."
A report from Fred Lucas.
"Given Hillary, Strzok, Page, James Comey, John Brennan and the whole corrupt, rotten mess of them still walk the streets, I don’t exactly have high hopes for justice. The FBI also had Hunter Biden’s laptop proving Joe Biden Inc.’s financial ties to China for a year, and best anyone can tell they’re using the thing as a coaster."
@StreamingAl exposes yet another misleading story from mainstream media.
"The most dangerous enemies are typically the enemies within. The soldier who opens the gate to your foe is far more deadly than any troops in the invader’s army. The spy, the defeatist, the saboteur, can wreak incalculable damage, exactly because people trust him."
John Zmirak suggests that our greatest threat today comes from insidious errors that weaken the Church’s immune system, and render her almost helpless against all external threats.
“A private comment deemed hateful to an LGBT person or persons could get you a one-year jail sentence. Make this comment in public, and you’re looking at three years in jail, the same penalty for third-degree murder.”
Dr. Brown looks at the new law in Norway, and how he fears a Biden/Harris administration is looking to do the same.
"The moral life is not about looking at one sin and overreacting to it to the greatest degree imaginable. Instead, it’s about finding the Golden Mean between two opposing vices or sins. That’s where virtue lies, between the two."
John Zmirak calls out the kind of person who, in trying to flee from the sin of wrath, commits the opposite sin of cowardice. It's an issue plaguing our culture today.
“One would think that every decent human being would welcome the elimination of a man whose life was dedicated to the annihilation of another country. There is, after all, no parallel in the world to the Iranian regime’s repeatedly stated goal of annihilating Israel.”
Dennis Prager recalls the remarkable raid of Entebbe in the wake of the recent death of Iran’s top nuclear scientist.
"Like it or not, judges are influenced by public opinion and by the dominant media narrative. And since election day the media have repeatedly asserted that there is no evidence of fraud, and certainly not enough to make a difference in the election."
Michael Del Rosso from the American Strategy Group pleads with President Trump to communicate more with the American people in order "flip the dynamics" in the court of public opinion.
"Comebacks we can accept. Being forced to play on an uneven playing field … then being called a poor sport when we call it out … is unacceptable."
@StreamingAl reports on the Amistad Project's claim that a Pennsylvania postal truck driver shipped an estimated 144,000 to 288,000 completed ballots across three state lines in October.
“Why can’t the legislative representatives and the judicial system examine the recent election and commit several weeks to prove it was honest? Convince us. Or if, in fact, the proof is there, that it was not honest, then show it to the American voter and right the wrong.”
James Robison makes an impassioned plea to the authorities do whatever is necessary to reveal the truth about this election.
"It is just as likely that a reindeer with a shiny nose guides that fat guy’s sleigh as it is that Biden could legitimately under-perform Hillary Clinton everywhere but in four specific swing-state cities."
@StreamingAl shares his grown up Christmas list. 🤪
“A new breed of reporter is dominant at many news organizations... They are the kind that spin the news according to what they want you to think. They ignore facts that contradict their story line. They get their ideas from other reporters, quasi–news media, PR firms, political operatives, and talking points.”
Mark Judge says the media is now a lost cause, a pernicious, agenda-driven plague.
"The federal judge in one of Sidney Powell’s election lawsuits, this one concerning Dominion Voting Systems in Georgia, issued an order Sunday requiring the state to cease and desist wiping or resetting machines."
Mike Huckabee reports on this big news, especially for those who keep blindly repeating: "there is no evidence."
"Trump’s opponents — the media, Democrats, never-Trump Republicans — have never given him a moment’s rest, never a benefit of the doubt, never an atom of cooperation or bipartisanship . . . But now that they believe the election is over and that Joe Biden will be the next president, many Trump haters are calling for unity."
David Limbaugh exclaims that while we should be personally cordial and civil, we need to quit indulging the fantasy that we can unify on policy, as our visions couldn’t be more opposite.
Facebook helps pay for dubious 'fact check' by newspaper, then uses that hit job as an excuse to suffocate spread of article.
“Who in a position of authority will have the courage to take the heat and do what is right? Can the truth – so thoroughly suppressed – get to enough honest people to create an even grander groundswell of patriots whose trumpets can bring down the wall of lies and corruption?”
@StreamingAl returns from Thanksgiving with a whopper and a litany of undeniable facts.
"The adolescent typically rejects arguments based on reason, facts, duties and responsibilities. Because he is immature he responds instead with heightened emotions."
Dwight Longenecker shows how progressives are just like adolescents and how the Left is using emotional manipulation to advance their agenda.
“Americans don’t take too well to the rolled-up newspaper swung across the snout. We don’t cringe and quiver. Instead, we bite.”
John Zmirak thoughts on responding to the fundamentally lawless Left.
“Things are less than ideal in our day. We have been living through an incredibly messy year. We should not act surprised. Messiness is nothing new.”
Clarke Dixon offers ways to handle mess.