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5 One Lord, one faith, one baptism,

6 One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.

Ephesians 4:5-6 KJV

Prayers for the victims

Prayers today for the victims of a shooting Saturday inside a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs that left five people dead and 25 injured. An unnamed heroic bystander reportedly grabbed a handgun away from the shooter, hit him with it, and he and others held down the shooter until police arrived.

President Biden admitted in his statement that “no motive in this attack is yet clear,” then went on to turn it into a political statement about hate crimes against gays and the need for more gun control laws and an “assault weapons” ban.

But as is often the case, facts quickly intruded on the attempted political exploitation of the tragedy. It turns out that a year-and-a-half ago, the shooter allegedly threatened his mother with a homemade bomb and forced the evacuation of his neighborhood while police talked him into surrendering. Despite this, there’s no record of prosecutors charging him with felonies, or the police seizing the weapons and ammo that his mother told them he had, under Colorado’s “red flag” law.

So once again, people are dead because nobody followed the laws that were already on the books, but the Democrats’ solution is more gun laws. Here’s a novel idea: how about if we try enforcing the laws we have for a change?

Kari Lake refuses to concedes

The media may have projected Katie Hobbs to be the winner of the Arizona Governor’s race by a narrow margin, but Republican Kari Lake refuses to concede. She says she’s assembled a top legal team to investigate suspicious Election Day “problems” in Maricopa County. And while 100% of media coverage of her slammed her as an “election denier,” she has a strong argument in questioning how this election was run. Losing Senate candidate Blake Masters echoes that sentiment.

The state Attorney General’s office has sent a letter to Maricopa County election officials, demanding that they explain Election Day problems that “go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law."

You can read the letter at the link, and more about the many serious problems uncovered by attorneys hired by the RNC’s Election Integrity Program to monitor the voting here:

And for those who think it’s too late and nothing can be done, note that the Berlin Constitutional Court in Germany just ordered that a slate of elections from 2021 be done over due to widespread irregularities, such as long waiting times, temporary closures at polling stations and incorrect or missing ballot papers. Or as we call that here, a typical Election Day in Maricopa County.


Voting for Trump

Jennifer Oliver O’Connell at writes about some Evangelical leaders, many of whom are friends of mine, who supported Trump in 2016 but want a change now.

I won’t second-guess their reasons, and I’ve made mine clear that if Trump earns the nomination, I will support him. This article describes some Evangelicals as having previously looked at Trump as the “second coming of Jesus,” which is not only not true, it’s blasphemous. No political candidate is perfect or will ever represent everything I want morally and spiritually.

When I vote, I have a limited number of choices of people to hire, and I have to pick the person I think will do the best job. I am under no illusions about Trump’s personal drawbacks, but he’s also the man who got the economy booming, brought rising wages to all demographic groups, made America energy-independent, kept inflation below 2% and, most importantly to me, gave us the judges to finally overturned Roe v. Wade while other Presidents only paid the pro-life movement lip service. If there’s a better candidate among the Republicans, then may he or she win the nomination. But when it comes to the general election, I have no doubts at all that if Trump is the candidate, with all his faults real or imagined, he will be much better for America and for Christians than whoever is the nominee of the party that’s practically declared war on people of faith.

Happy birthday to President Biden

Sincere happy birthday wishes to President Biden, who turned 80 on Sunday, or as most government workers call that, “retirement age plus 15 years.” I wish him many more happy years, hopefully at home enjoying his great-grandchildren.

However, Biden is already the oldest man ever to serve as President, and he’s still talking about running for reelection in 2024, which has even many in his own party alarmed, as that linked article makes clear. Remember when Democrats used to tell us that Ronald Reagan was too old to be President? Brace yourselves: when Reagan left office after two terms, he was 77. That's a year younger than Biden was when he started. 

Twitter News

I’ve said that I wouldn’t write much about Twitter because despite the obsession with it among media talking heads and celebrities who think they’re political experts, it’s just not that important. The media talk about “the reaction on Twitter” as if it actually means something. It’s a site where literally anybody – including a lot of bots that don’t even exist – can get a page for free. It's even easier than finding a soapbox to stand on in the park and rant, but somehow it carries more weight. Even so, only a small percentage of Americans are on Twitter or ever look at it, and 90% of the tweets are generated by less than 10% of the users. Yet people are fired and blacklisted because of “Twitter reaction.” The reaction to Twitter reactions should be, “Who cares?”

Nevertheless, there has been a lot of Twitter-related news over the past few days, so I’ll attempt to recap it and link to more, for those who are interested. Then when I’m done, might I suggest reading a good book?...

First of all, a lot of the Hollywood and media figures mentioned above had conniption fits after Elon Musk held an online poll asking if Donald Trump’s Twitter account should be reinstated. I thought Democrats these days were all in favor of the tyranny of the majority and “our democracy,” but they went ballistic when Trump won 51.8% to 48.2%. and Musk reinstated his account.

While there was much rejoicing among Trump’s fans, leftist celebrities, already seething that people they disagree with would once again have the right to speak, threw the predictable tantrums.

Many celebrities vowed yet again to leave Twitter, apparently under the delusion that the lack of their foul-mouthed and uninformed political opinions would represent an unbearable loss to public discourse. One was John Leguizamo, who for some reason was still on Twitter 12 hours after vowing to leave, tweeting more of the hot garbage he’s famous for. If he’s really leaving, then hurry up already.

For what it’s worth, Trump says he’s not even interested in returning to Twitter and will stick with Truth Social.

But restoring his old tweets brought a reminder of why the left is so desperate to censor him: people could once again see his tweets from January 6, 2021, and see that he didn’t urge his followers to stage an insurrection, he urged them to stay peaceful, “no violence,” and respect the Capitol Police and law enforcement. Bonus: this article includes a tweet from AOC about January 6th in which she argues against reinstating Trump, and it’s truly remarkable in that every single claim in it is demonstrably false.

Otherwise, I was glad to see that Musk reinstated the Twitter accounts of Project Veritas, which upsets the left by committing actual journalism…

…And of the Babylon Bee, which upsets the left by actually being funny.

Maybe even funnier than the Babylon Bee was CBS, which tried to virtue-signal by declaring that it was leaving Twitter for TikTok, then almost immediately backtracked after being hit with a wave of mockery. It’s very telling, though, that CBS let us know they’d rather be on a platform controlled by communist China than one that allows Americans to exercise free speech.

Finally, one story about Twitter that’s genuinely interesting to me: Author Oliver Campbell wrote a Twitter thread explaining what he believes Elon Musk was doing by giving Twitter’s staffers a big job with an impossible deadline and firing all those who complained about it. The left had a shrieking fit, but that’s because they have no experience at running a business, where it’s called “Whaling and Culling” and is a common practice to identify and retain the employees who buckle down and do most of the work while the ones who were there mostly to censor others and drink free wine on tap self-identify themselves as non-essential. Very worthwhile read.



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    11/30/2022 06:20 PM

    MAJORITY voted for TRUMP 2016, for GOP 2018, for TRUMP 2020 and once again for GOP candidates in 2022. The ENEMIES to the Constitution tried to rig the 2016 elections already but failed 1st time. TRUMP IS PRESIDENT and GOP has won elections in AZ, for Senate and more seats for the House. God bless the President, curse and shame on Paedo Bidetyrant.

  • dave allen

    11/23/2022 12:55 PM

    yes, please wish Biden many years AT HOME, but please, NOT "enjoying his great-grandchildren"...not THIS guy...

  • Robin Rebhan

    11/23/2022 11:48 AM

    RE: "Voting for Trump". I have met some people who will not vote at all if Trump is a candidate. BUT remember not voting is a vote for the other side! And so far I don't like one single thing during this current presidential term that I like. I'm 75 and I had to return to work just to make ends meet...all thanks to Joe Biden!

  • stephen russell

    11/22/2022 10:15 AM

    The New GOP:
    Outreach mode
    Long term relations
    Vote Dems way
    Adapt, adopt
    Hire New Blood
    Or lose 2024

  • Mark Gilley

    11/22/2022 09:50 AM

    I couldn't agree more with You about President Trumps Great leadership. He is a man willing to lead us FREE of Charge I'm sure as last time. GOD Bless him and WIN again.

  • Bill G.

    11/22/2022 09:32 AM

    Hi Mike.
    I don't know what has changed, but for the past few days, the print on your newsletter is TINY. Very difficult to read.

  • Sharon Faulkner

    11/22/2022 08:48 AM

    Where was the support for Trump by these " Evangelicals"? All they did was whine like Pharisees when Trump did anything their Church parlor crowd didn't like.
    But let Biden make Hitler style speeches and the shop worn Ho say if you don't support abortion you are a heretic and meh. Nothing. Most of them have folded to the woke fascists and to hell with their sanctimonious vote.
    I'll say one other thing - Biden sure acts like the coming of the Antichrist.
    Trump 2024 please God.

  • Jerry

    11/22/2022 06:44 AM

    I am thankful for what I had a couple of years ago I continue to ask God to get rid of Biden and the Obama crime syndicate every day although America is turning against our God you know One Nation Under God you know the rest well having Garland Biden Obama is a plague imagine having Garland as a Supreme court Judge he would be killing YOUR gift of babies by the millions. Like the China Virus this Administration is purging this country of Americans.

  • Jerry

    11/22/2022 06:29 AM

    I am not voting for a president because I am going to share an appetizer platter with the most powerful person that sits in the Oval Office on a monthly basis. However when I pay my monthly bills I would want a a lot left over after i do pay the bills. I dislike biden and I hate what has happen to my left over currency after I paid the monthly bills. As a fixed income person a senior I got my proposed property tax in the mail yesterday and to won my home it will cost me 626 dollars more a year to live in the place I have been in over 40 years. It appears living in a Blue Run state with a State surplus of 10 BILLION dollars is a crime in itself. SS increase for next year is being taken by not inflation but the tax hike this Government is imposing. So people you nitwitted people kept voting for your favorite Democrat and become a more engaged slave to your government. I would reject a personal invite to today's WH for a Appetizer platter because what would have cost 10 dollars 2 years ago it would cost 35 today same platter just a disgusting nitwit to share it with so personality in the WH does nothing for me my bottom line of my monthly ledger is what I concern myself with. My bottom line is shitfty like Schiff and biden complete imbeciles and morally corrupt. Give me Trump I can take his toughness this country is not built for weakness in its population although the weak are using the government to govern.

  • Carmine Fea

    11/22/2022 06:07 AM

    Gov. Huckabee: Trump was an excellent president, he did a lot of good for the country and most people. However, he must have better, more sophisticated promotional support. Trump was impeached twice and lost the election in 2020 because he lost the upper hand in what was being said. He understands the media is liberal, carries the democrat message against him 24 hours a day and he does nothing about it when there is a lot he can do. In the beginning of his first impeachment, polls showed Trump had the people on his side, the majority of republicans and independents on his side, and did nothing to keep this support and lost it. Trump did a lot for the country when he was president, but will be a poor republican candidate in 2024 if his promotional skills do not improve and he does not pay for the best promotional people money can buy. Trump should know by now the other side have been at politics much longer than he has and in that time learned a thing or two, including how to win.and how to destroy the opposition. Trump has a lot to overcome, an uphill battle, to win the republican nomination for president in 2024 and to win the election. He can do it.