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2019_11 21 Bible from eternity

GRAMMY NOTES: Good news President Donald Trump signed the Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education and Support Act (CARES) into law Monday, which allocates $1.8 billion in funding over the next five years to help people with autism spectrum disorder and their families.

PLEASE WATCH THIS: [12:04]Steven Crowder explains how to converse with liberals to change their minds and urges conservatives to stop passing the buck.

JUSTICE: While Democrats continue with their impeachment clown show, the Senate continues to confirm Trump’s nominees to federal benches. Three new judges confirmed in the past two weeks have flipped the 2nd and 11th Circuit Courts to majority Republican appointees.

2019_11 21 avoid separation

MEDIA MALPRACTICE: Various news outlets, including AP, NPR, and Reuters, reported this week that a United Nations study showed that “Trump” has “more than 100,000 children in migration-related U.S. detention.”

The actual number of minors currently detained in the United States is more like 6,500.

  • Homeland has about 1,500.
  • Health and Human Services has about 5,000.

The number cited in the utterly FAKE NEWS report was the CUMULATIVE (not current) number of migration-related detentions for 2015, when Barack Obama was president.

Some of the news outlets that reported the absurd number have withdrawn their stories.

TRANS: A private changing area wasn’t good enough [3:09] This school board pandering to a single male teen with a psychological disorder and totally ignored the dignity, feelings, and safety of all the real women who use the women’s locker room.

2019_11 21 prayer walk

PRAYER WALK: A collaborative venture of multiple ministries to mobilize prayer and gospel movements to reach every campus in the country.

I’m so glad to see that my alma mater has had two prayer walks, especially since a recent case of violence against conservative students happened there.

2019_11 21 Tolkien seconds

2019_11 21 Tolkien diets

 

 

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  1. I wonder how those appeal court areas get shaped like that. Is there a formula, like congresscritters, or is it just the accumulated evolutionary mutations retained over time? IAC, 2nd & 11th are major.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      I think initially it was based on population. There has been noise about creating some new ones, especially in the 9th, which was sparsely populated when the boundaries were drawn.

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