Daily Archives: July 30, 2017

Obama vs. Trump: First Five Months

2017 New Presidents regulations

Note: President Trump posted this. I tried searching for it at Heritage.org, but was unable to find it … which doesn’t mean it isn’t there.

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Filed under Barack Obama, Donald Trump

Sunday Bits

Complaining about silent God

When asked about her no vote, Alaskan Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she wasn’t worried about it because she’s not up for re-election until 2022. I guess now we know where her priorities are.

Former DNC Chair DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ is the face of the biggest scandal the mainstream media refuses to cover. Does anyone doubt this story would be getting much more aggressive coverage if Wasserman Schultz was a Republican, or a member of the Trump administration?

Far-left political activist and filmmaker Michael Moore told Stephen Colbert, “I refuse to live in a country where Donald Trump is president, and I’m not leaving. So something’s got to change.” Wow. He sure thinks a lot of himself. !!

1860 All slaves owned by Dems

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Filed under Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Democrats, Dinesh D'Souza, Elections, Michael Moore, U.S. Senate

The richest Americans pay the bulk of the federal income tax

2017 Top tier pays most tax



Filed under Taxes

We need to engage the world and convert it

If you read just 1 thing today, make it this. Better yet, print it to absorb in smaller doses during your quiet times.

2017 Chaput the only way

“A ‘new’ world doesn’t automatically mean a good one — or even a little bit better one. The good news is that we make the world. Augustine said it’s no use whining about the times, because we are the times. Our actions matter. Our choices matter. Our lives matter. It’s through us that God acts in society and the Gospel of Jesus Christ is carried forward. So we need to own that mission. And only when we do, will anything change for the better. …

“When young people ask me how to change the world, I tell them to love each other, get married, stay faithful to one another, have lots of children, and raise those children to be men and women of Christian character. Faith is a seed. It doesn’t flower overnight. It takes time and love and effort. Money is important, but it’s never the most important thing. The future belongs to people with children, not with things. Things rust and break. But every child is a universe of possibility that reaches into eternity, connecting our memories and our hopes in a sign of God’s love across the generations. That’s what matters. The soul of a child is forever.”

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Buzz and Bunny are learning about weather

2017_07 29 Weather chart

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Filed under Little Sprouts