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BILL KRISTOL ANNOUNCES AN “OPEN LETTER IN DEFENSE OF DEMOCRACY” IN WHICH HE AND OTHER NEOCONS AND LIBERALS CONDEMN REPUBLICANS FOR “DOING WHAT HE [TRUMP] WAS TRYING TO DO.”

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MSNBC HOST TRYING TO BE CLEVER AND MAKES UP BIBLE VERSE TO TELL CHRISTIANS THAT ‘REAL’ CHRISTIANITY IS CONFORMITY TO THE LEFTIST IDEOLOGY AND NHAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE RIGHT. CALLS JESUS AN IMIGRANT AND DOESN’T EVEN REALIZE THAT JESUS WAS A JEW BORN IN THE JEWISH HOMELAND OF ISRAEL.

JOY REID MAKES PREDICTION ABOUT JANUARY 2025 BUT CONFUSES THE DEMOCRAT PARTY IWHT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.

TRUMP PARTICIPATES IN ‘TOMOHAWK CHOP’ AT WORLD SERIES GAME – THE LEFTIST MEDIA LOOSES THEIR MIND.

‘How many lives will be lost?’: More than 24,000 city workers – including thousands of cops and firefighters – will be placed on unpaid leave TODAY after ignoring Mayor de Blasio’s compulsory vaccine deadline

  • Around 24,000 New York city workers will not be at work on Monday morning in the nation’s biggest city
  • Up to 26 New York firehouses were forced to close after firefighters refused to get vaccinated ahead of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Friday’s deadline, which is when all workers had to report at least one dose of the shot 
  • The FDNY stations that closed ‘due to no manpower’ included six in Manhattan, nine in Brooklyn, three in Queens, four in the Bronx and four in Staten Island 
  • Staten Island Rep. Nicole Malliotakis tweeted on Sunday that 19 firehouses remained shuttered
  • Over the weekend, Mayor Bill De Blasio announced in a tweet that 2,300 more workers got the shot meaning 91 percent of city workers are now vaccinated  

American Airlines has ALREADY canceled 200 flights this morning – after 1,000 were scuttled on Sunday: Carrier blames staff shortages and WIND for chaos and experts warn of looming holiday chaos

  • American Airlines has already cancelled more than 200 flights early Monday 
  • The news comes after 800 of its flights were cancelled on Sunday, about a third of the 2,400 that had originally been scheduled to depart 
  • The airline blamed strong winds in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and staff shortages due to the mandate for flight delays and cancellations
  • More than 1,750 flights have been cancelled by the airline since Friday 
  • During the weekend, 343 flights were cancelled on Friday and 543 were axed on Saturday 

White House press secretary Psaki says she has COVID-19

  • Jen Psaki, 42,  did not travel to the G20 in Rome with President Biden
  • On Sunday she said it was because members of her family had tested positive
  • After four days of negative tests, she said, she had tested positive on Sunday
  • She said she was displaying mild symptoms and was working from home 
  • It makes her the highest profile member of Biden’s team to catch COVID-19 

CRT advocate Ibram X. Kendi backtracks after deleting tweet on how white college applicants feel they have to LIE about being a person of color to get accepted – undermining his claims about ‘privilege’

  • Ibram X. Kendi posted, deleted tweet linking to article about college applicants 
  • Article cited study which said whites lied about their race to gain acceptance 
  • More than a third of white applicants falsely claimed they were a racial minority 
  • Of those, more than three-fourths said they were accepted into college 
  • Kendi’s critics said the tweet disproves his own anti-racism theories  

Musk would liquidate Tesla shares to ‘solve world hunger’ if UN can explain how money would be spent

Musk tweeted that if the UN program can “describe on this Twitter thread exactly how $6B will solve world hunger, I will sell Tesla stock right now and do it.” He called on transparent and open accounting.

Sen. Tim Scott calls Democrats’ reconciliation bill a ‘great American shakedown’

G-20 Backs Tax Overhaul That Makes Rich Countries Big Winners

It sets a minimum tax rate of 15% on the profits of large businesses and will raise additional revenue for most governments; and it shifts tax revenues to where companies sell to consumers, rather than where they are based.

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More than 30 years ago, Marc Little said “yes” to life although a gunshot wound to his right leg tried to prove otherwise. After the amputation of his right leg, he beat the odds and lived. Now through his work as a lawyer, pastor, and political commentator, he teaches others how to say “yes” to life and uses a myriad of professional experiences to “Do well while being good. 

Little serves as the chair of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (Urban C.U.R.E.) located in Washington, DC and founded by Star Parker. CURE’s mission is to fight poverty and restore dignity through messages of faith, freedom and personal responsibility. 

CURE accomplishes its mission by working in the media, on Capitol Hill, and in poor communities, to promote social policy that protects unborn life and market-based public policy that transitions poor Americans from government dependency to economic independence. 

Little has been a licensed attorney in the State of California since 1994 and remains a practicing litigator for the Law Offices of Marc T. Little, PLC.

Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, an author, conference speaker, and statesman. For nearly 20 years, Paul has helped lead and develop leaders in the United States military, public service sectors, and business. Paul is a strong advocate for personal and economic freedom as well as the strength and integrity of the free market system. He is a Fellow at Club for Growth in Washington D.C. and currently lives in Missouri with his wife, Ruth, and their four children.
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