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February 19, 2024
CLOSER WEEKLY — Faith has always been at the heart of Savannah Guthrie’s family and career. In February 2024, the Today host released her faith-based book, "Mostly What God Does," and shared details about her religious journey over the years. What religion Is Savannah Guthrie? Savannah is a Christian. The broadcaster grew up as a Baptist in what she described as a “very churchy family.”... (more)

February 18, 2024

February 17, 2024
YOUTUBE — Renowned clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson has announced his 2024 multi-state speaking tour, 'We who wrestle with God," which will take place in large concert halls and sports venues throughout the United States from February 19 through June 11. Tickets are available at livenation.com and ticketmaster.com.... (more)

February 16, 2024
JUST THE NEWS — Judge Arthur Engoron ordered former President Donald Trump to pay roughly $355 million as part of a civil fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James. James had alleged that Trump manipulated the value of his assets to secure favorable loan terms and lower insurance premiums. She had sought $370 million in penalties and an order barring Trump from serving as an officer in any New York corporation.... (more)

February 16, 2024

February 15, 2024
NEW YORK POST — Very little is known about Russia’s alleged satellite-killing and nuclear ambitions in space which sent some members of Congress into full-blown panic mode this week. While Moscow isn’t thought to have a deployed capability yet, the U.S. believes the Kremlin is dabbling with weaponry that experts say could fundamentally cripple the military and the American way of life. “We’re talking trillions of dollars worth of economic damage in the worst case,” Dr. Rebecca Grant, president of IRIS Independent Research, which studies defense and aerospace, told The Post.... (more)

February 15, 2024
NEW YORK POST EDITORIAL BOARD — Echoing our own Cindy Adams, Heather Higgins argues at RealClearPolitics that Democrats could indeed do a “switcheroo” to Michelle Obama, since “President Biden’s poll numbers seem set in quicksand.” She may hate politics, but the Biden years show “that when the media wants a president in place, a four-day workweek, consisting of one social obligation per day, and everything else delegated, will suffice. And that’s without a highly experienced First Gentleman.” I... (more)

February 14, 2024
DAVID HARSANYI — At the World Government Summit, Tucker Carlson told a gathering of world leaders that Moscow “was so much nicer than any city” in the United States. “It’s radicalizing for an American to go to Moscow,” Tucker went on. “I didn’t know that. I’ve learned it this week, to Singapore, to Tokyo, to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, because these cities, no matter how we’re told they’re run and on what principles they’re run, are wonderful places to live that don’t have rampant inflation.”... (more)

February 12, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — The House on Tuesday voted for a second time to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after the first vote failed last week. This time, Republicans received the outcome they sought. “Tonight’s vote was a vote for law and order in our communities, and a vote to restore the rule of law at our southern border,” Rep. John Joyce, R-Penn., told The Daily Signal.... (more)

February 11, 2024
YOUTUBE — On Nov. 8, 2023, Mark Levin joined Sen. Ted Cruz on Life, Liberty, & Levin to talk about Cruz's new book, "Unwoke: How to Defeat Cultural Marxism in America."... (more)

February 10, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — Special Counsel Robert Hur just reported that President Biden is too feeble and lacks the mental capacity to remember the names of his immediately family. As far back as 2017 his mental state had deteriorated so much he would not be held accountable in a court of law for his actions, Hur speculated in his report explaining why Biden would not be charged despite violating federal law involving his handling of classified documents.... (more)

February 9, 2024
WESTERN JOURNAL — Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick of Texas said a Department of Justice report that described President Joe Biden as an “elderly man with a poor memory” is proof enough for him that Democrats are going with a different candidate in November. The memo, along with Biden’s late Thursday news conference, means that those who are pulling the strings in the Democratic Party are forcing Biden out, Patrick claimed. He specifically blamed former President Barack Obama and the deep state.... (more)

February 9, 2024

February 8, 2024

February 8, 2024
TOWNHALL — The Senate's border security and supplemental funding bill failed to earn enough support in a procedural test vote on Wednesday afternoon, confirming what became clear just a few hours after the legislative text was released on Sunday night: it was never going to become law. Despite the bill being declared "dead on arrival" in the House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate pressed ahead with the cloture vote that failed 49-50. Sixty "aye" votes were required to end debate in order to move the legislation ahead to a final vote on its passage.... (more)

February 7, 2024
BYRON YORK — Joe Biden is supposed to know something about legislating. After all, he spent 36 years in the U.S. Senate. He must have learned something in those decades. And yet Biden is the driving force behind one of the biggest Capitol Hill fiascos in years: the rapidly imploding "deal" on the U.S.-Mexico border, plus aid to Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. It was Biden who insisted that those disparate subjects be linked – he threatened to veto any part that was passed alone – which turned out to be a fatal mistake given the impossibility of a majority in Congress agreeing on any immigration-related topic. Failing to agree on immigration guaranteed failure on the other policies.... (more)

February 5, 2024
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The Supreme Court is preparing to weigh an unprecedented dispute over whether former President Donald Trump can be barred from state primary ballots, forcing the justices to convene during a time when the high court is not normally in session. Each high court term, which spans from early October until the end of June, the nine justices usually take a break from hearing oral arguments between late January and mid-February. This term, however, is not a normal one for the Supreme Court, which is already scheduled to consider the monumental constitutional question of whether Trump is barred from appearing on state primary ballots across the nation.... (more)

February 3, 2024
YOUTUBE — From Rosemary Siemans.com: ‘Take Time To Be Holy,’ recorded by Jack and Mary Siemans, May 24, 2023. A beautiful rendering of this classic hymn, with lyrics (Note: "whatever betide" at 1:47 means "whatever happens" in Middle English)... (more)

February 1, 2024
THE FEDERALIST — Yesterday, a reporter standing outside the Senate chamber told me that after four months of secrecy, The Firm™ plans to release the text of the $106 billion supplemental aid/border-security package — possibly as soon as today. Wasting no time, she then asked, “If you get the bill by tomorrow, will you be ready to vote on it by Tuesday?” The words “hell no” escaped my mouth before I could stop them. Those are strong words where I come from. (Sorry, Mom.)... (more)

February 1, 2024
YOUTUBE — EPOCH Times' Roman Balmakov masterfully analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court's decision — issued Jan. 22 without explanation — that allows the Biden administration to dismantle the razor wire installed by Texas to stop the unchecked invasion of the state's southern border by illegal immigrants. MUST WATCH.... (more)

February 1, 2024
MOVIE GUIDE — In 2023, Great American Family actress Danica McKellar committed to reading the entire Bible in one year. Using Tara-Leigh Cobble’s “The Bible Recap,” the actress read through the scriptures chronologically.... (more)

January 31, 2024
METRO VOICE NEWS — Influential psychologist Jordan Peterson continues to explore God and his word. “If categories just dissolve, especially fundamental ones, the culture is dissolving, because the culture is a structure of category,” he said. “That’s what it is. So in fact, culture is a structure of category that we all share. So we see things the same way. But that’s why we can talk, I mean, not exactly the same way, because then we have nothing to talk about. But, roughly speaking, we have a bedrock of agreement. That’s the Bible, by the way. So, I just walked through the Museum of the Bible in Washington. That was very cool. It’s a very cool museum.” The visit clarified his thinking about the Bible.... (more)

January 30, 2024

January 29, 2024

January 29, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — The House Homeland Security Committee released draft articles of impeachment Sunday against Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The first article of impeachment against Mayorkas is for “willful and systemic refusal to comply with the law” and the second is for “breach of the public trust,” according to a copy obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.... (more)


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