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VIDEO – ELECTION SERMON – WAKE UP AMERICA

Friday, October 30th, 2020

 

    About 2 weeks ago, I posted  a video of a Catholic priest giving a sermon to his church regarding the upcoming election.  Many of you responded that you really appreciated seeing that video.  This video is of the pastor of the Cornerstone Chapel In Leesburg, Virginia, giving his reasons for how he views both Republican and Democrat parties and what they each  stand for and whether or not  they are aligned with biblical church  teachings.      Nancy     
VIDEO – ELECTION DAY SERMON
 
 

Church in America, Wake Up! A Sermon by Pastor Gary Hamrick. Hosted by Intercessors for America

An Election Day Sermon from Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg, Virginia You can access the Voter Prayer Guides featured in the sermon at Intercessors for America’s website at ifapray.org/promo/2020-voter-….
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VIDEO – GREAT CAMPAIGN AD FROM 2018 ELECTION

Friday, October 30th, 2020

 

Remember this campaign ad from 2018?  It doesn’t get much better than this !    Nancy
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October 22, 2018  A SAT

Allie Beth Stuckey
Allie satirically depicts a new campaign ad for the Democratic Party.
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VIDEO AND ARTICLE-“UNCLE TOM” -BLACK CONSERVTIVE THINKERS

Saturday, August 29th, 2020

 

VIDEO -MOVIE TRAILER – “UNCLE TOM”
LARRY ELDER EXPLAINS ‘UNCLE TOM’ www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOvuylAnw-E
ARTICLE

Filmmaker Justin Malone’s documentary showcases stories of Black conservative thinkers

By James Varney – The Washington Times – Sunday, August 16, 2020

An occasional interview series with everyday Americans who are challenging the status quo.

Jolted by an MSNBC host’s hostile treatment of the late Herman Cain in a 2011 interview, filmmaker Justin Malone set out on a path bucking the media establishment that has led him to directing this year’s surprise hit documentary “Uncle Tom.”

He was just coming out of film school, uncertain of his politics and his future, when he saw MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell accuse then-Republican presidential candidate Cain, who died this month, of civil rights cowardice.

“I just couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” Mr. Malone told The Washington Times. “I was sort of undergoing my own political transformation at the time and the seed was planted right there.”

He remains astonished that an accomplished Black professional could be treated with such boldfaced contempt on a television news program. The notion that conservative thinking could be perceived as hostile or alien to the Black experience captivated him.

“It just seemed silly, to think Black people couldn’t be conservative or couldn’t be Republican,” said Mr. Malone, who is White.

The outlook permeates his film “Uncle Tom,” a black-and-white documentary that showcases several Black conservatives.

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VIDEO – INSIDE NANCY PELOSI’S DISTRICT

Friday, August 14th, 2020

 

VIDEO – INSIDE NANCY PELOSI’S DISTRICT IN SAN FRANCISCO  – TURNING POINT USA
#TPUSA #BOTB #SocialismSucks

Inside Nancy Pelosi’s District: This Is Not What America Should Look Like

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VIDEO – SOWELL, RILEY, WOODSON, WILLIAMS AND SHELBY STEELE

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

 

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Thomas Sowell, Jason Riley, Bob Woodson, Walter E Williams and Shelby Steele look at the promises and delivery of politicians representing the ethnic grievance industry. www.LibertyPen.com

Subject: Thomas Sowell/Black Wisdom Matters – The Promise of Black Politicians

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Priceless wisdom, completely unacknowledged by the mainstream media.

June 2020

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VIDEO – FLEEING CALIFORNIA

Saturday, March 14th, 2020

 

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Fleeing California

Why are millions of people leaving California and moving to other states? What do those states have that California doesn’t? PragerU’s first mini documentary explores the root causes of this mass exodus from the Golden State. “Fleeing California,” featuring PragerU’s own Will Witt, sheds light on one of the most significant but underreported stories of our time.

 

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DEMOCRATS – THE INCOMPETENCE PARTY

Monday, February 17th, 2020

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Incompetence Party

The Democrats’ biggest problem isn’t Bernie Sanders. It’s that many voters doubt the party’s ability to govern anymore.

 
By Daniel Henninger  February 12, 2020
 

Now that Bernie Sanders—once an obscure socialist senator from Vermont—is officially the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, it is time to confront what that means.

It does not mean the U.S. is flirting with socialism. That’s not going to happen. The meaning of Bernie’s ascent is that the Democratic Party, older even than he is, has simply run out of gas.

The Democrats resemble Europe’s aging political parties—Britain’s Labour, France’s Socialists, Germany’s Social Democrats and Christian Democrats. All have simply deflated with voters.

Signs of public fatigue with the Democrats could be seen in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Besides incompetence, the big story out of Iowa was low turnout. In New Hampshire the story was voter indecision. Once past Bernie’s 25% cement-block base, many voters were flipping a coin in the voting booth to pick from the other candidates.

What does it mean that Elizabeth Warren, by now a household name, got dropped to fourth place? Joe Biden’s humiliating fifth is a personal disaster, but what does that say about the party itself?

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VIDEO 10 REASONS WHY BLACKS SHOULD LEAVE THE DEMOCRAT PARTY

Tuesday, December 31st, 2019

 

Does the Democratic Party represent the interests of black Americans? Larry Elder gives 10 reasons why blacks might consider leaving the Democratic Party.
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10 Reasons Why Blacks Should Leave the Democratic Party by Larry Elder

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THE TRUTH ABOUT INCOME INEQUALITY

Sunday, November 17th, 2019
Thanks to Ed Roney for sharing this article.  At the bottom of the article are some of the main points in the article that Ed very thoughtfully provided .  Nancy

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Truth About Income Inequality

The census fails to account for taxes and most welfare payments, painting a distorted picture.

 
November 4, 2019   by Phil Gramm and John F. Early      Mr. Gramm is a former chairman of the Senate Banking Committee. Mr. Early served twice as assistant commissioner at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 

Never in American history has the debate over income inequality so dominated the public square, with Democratic presidential candidates and congressional leaders calling for massive tax increases and federal expenditures to redistribute the nation’s income. Unfortunately, official measures of income inequality, the numbers being debated, are profoundly distorted by what the Census Bureau chooses to count as household income.

The published census data for 2017 portray the top quintile of households as having almost 17 times as much income as the bottom quintile. But this picture is false. The measure fails to account for the one-third of all household income paid in federal, state and local taxes. Since households in the top income quintile pay almost two-thirds of all taxes, ignoring the earned income lost to taxes substantially overstates inequality.

How Redistribution Works

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STATE MEDICAID TAX TRAP

Saturday, May 4th, 2019

 

For those of you who live in North Carolina, scroll down to read the second article on how our Democrat Governor is planning to veto a bill that does not include Medicaid expansion.   Nancy

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

State Medicaid Tax Trap

The bill for expansion hits business in Rhode Island.

May 3, 2019

Medicaid expansion under ObamaCare was sold as a free federal lunch for the states, but the bill is now coming due. Witness Gov. Gina Raimondo’s plan to tax businesses that employ low-income workers to fund Rhode Island’s booming Medicaid case load. Look for this soon in a state near you.

Ms. Raimondo has proposed a 10% payroll tax on businesses with more than 300 workers for each employee who enrolls in Medicaid. ObamaCare requires businesses with more than 50 full-time workers to offer health insurance and duns employers $3,750 for each employee who purchases a plan on the exchanges with a federal subsidy.

But many low-income private employees sign up for Medicaid because they pay nothing. By contrast, the average family earning below 200% of the poverty line with employer coverage will pay about 14% of income on premiums and out-of-pocket costs, according to the Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker. More workers also qualify now because ObamaCare’s expansion increased Medicaid eligibility to 138% of the poverty line.

Medicaid enrollment in Rhode Island has increased 63% since 2014. In 2013 the state projected about 40,610 low-income childless adults would become eligible, yet 119,754 have since signed up. While the feds have picked up most of the tab, state Medicaid spending has also increased by more than 25% since 2013.

Last year 6,428 more people enrolled in Medicaid than Rhode Island estimated and spending tracked nearly $20 million above budget projections—about as much as Ms. Raimondo’s new employer tax would raise. “The biggest part of our budget is Medicaid, over $1 billion a year,” Ms. Raimondo said recently. “The reality is this is a growing cost and you are getting the benefit of an employee with health insurance. To pay a small piece of our cost, I think, is reasonable.”

Another reality is her Medicaid tax would discourage businesses from hiring low-income workers and prompt many to shift jobs to other states or automate work where possible. Employers won’t know whether their workers enroll in Medicaid until they get the state’s tax bill, and some can’t afford to provide even low- or no-cost plans.

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