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Week Of November 19, 2017 News 

Week Of November 19, 2017

150  Trump Accomplishments In 300 Days, WMD

One Chart: Differences Between House And Senate Tax Reform Bills, Adam Michel, The Daily Signal

Speaker Ryan And GOP Reach Important Milestone On Taxes, Newt Gingrich

Mueller’s Investigation Indicts The Political System, Pat Buchanan, Townhall

Democrats And GOP Controlled Senate Continue To Obstruct Trump Nominees, Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal

Rand Paul: No Justification For Being Attacked From Behind, Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner


 

For Texas Church Shooting Live Updates, CNN, see here

Latest from Fox News on Texas Shooting, see here

 

Editor’s Choice


Trump Is Right: He Should Get Credit For Bringing Imprisoned Americans Home, Mary Katherine Ham, The Federalist

Liberals More Apt To ‘Change The World’ Than Conservatives, Barna, Culture & Faith

Quote: “Seven out of ten Americans (71%) believe there is a culture war taking place in the United States today…The most common forms of action, undertaken by half of the adult population, was to speak to other people about social or political issues. Liberals were substantially more likely to engage in such conversations than were either conservatives or moderates…A previous survey by ACFI revealed that [conservative’s] reticence was based on the fact that their churches had failed to teach them how to think biblically about current issues, so they avoided related conversations [emphasis CS].”

Why We Shouldn’t Convict Roy Moore In The Court Of Public Opinion, Jenna Ellis, The Federalist

CS Commentary: Regardless of Roy Moore’s innocence or guilt, the central issue in this controversy is all but being ignored by every major media outlet. Given that some of the accusations ‘seem’ credible and the women coming forward should be respected – until its proven otherwise – the central tenet of the American justice system is ‘Innocent until proven guilty.’ Guilt should be weighed in a courtroom, under professional scrutiny and cross examination, and then be determined by a jury of peers. In the 21st Century it has become more and more common to convict based on media driven accusations. This is a fundamental change in the American judicial process and should not be ignored – or condoned. Regardless of the seeming believability of accusers every person deserves their day in court. Reputations should not be ruined – nor careers derailed – until guilt has been judicially determined. The problems with this simple, sane perspective are many in a day when well deserved justice is so easily ignored among the elite and by compromised justices. We live in a day like the Book of Judges where ‘Everyone does what’s right in his own eyes.’ Still, the simple precept of ‘Innocent until proven guilty’ remains and should be equally applied to everyone.

I Calculated Ethnic Groups Rates Of Terrorism – Here Are The Results, Lyman Stone, The Federalist

Justice Clarence Thomas Gives Rare Interview, Jack Davis, Western Journalism

The Russian Dossier Explained, Byron York, Washington Examiner

America’s Indispensable Friends, Victor Davis Hanson, Townhall 


 

Updated List Of Laws Hilary Clinton Has Potentially Violated, Hannity/Giuliani, Fox News

A Quick Summary Of Las Vegas Shooting Facts As Now Known, Updated 11/18, Seaborn Hall, Common Sense Politics; Also see, CS Evaluation, below.

President Trump’s Full South Korean Assembly Speech, CNN/You Tube

 

Israel and the world


Former Obama Officials Still In State Department Wake Up! Iran Is Not Appeasable! Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

The Reefs And Cracks Under The Saudi Arabia Purge And Takeover, Mohammed Ayoob, National Interest

Why The UAE Is The Model For Transformation Of The Middle East, Mordechai Kedar, Israel National News

Florida Has A Latino Islamic Terror Problem, Daniel Greenfield, Breaking Israel News

Italy’s Apocalypse, Daniel Pipes, Washington Times

 

Comic Videos


Gal Gadot Goes On A First Date With OJ Simpson, SNL

Gal Gadot Monologue SNL

 

Short Videos


Growing Support For State Constitutional Convention: Exposing Republican’s Fake Tax Reform and Proposing Term Limits, The Daily Ledger, OAN

A Positive Word Of Encouragement Can Change Someone’s Life, Facebook

The Beginning Of The End For Hillary? Dick Morris, dickmorris.com

A Muslim’s Story Of Conversion To Christ, Facebook

 

Videos/Podcasts


Steve Bannon Electrifies the California GOP, You Tube

CS Commentary: Every person should see/hear this speech. It will be the best investment of 45 minutes you spend this year…Must viewing.

 

Common Sense Interpretation


CS Evaluation

Was The Las Vegas Shooting A Conspiracy? Michael Snyder says “Yes,”

CS Evaluation: “Probably not. More information is needed.”

For a summary of the facts, updated daily, see here.

For pertinent articles see…Las Vegas Conspiracy Theories Now Include The Illuminati And Antifa, Maria, Perez, Newsweek; Also see,  Vegas Shooting: Revised Timeline and Motive, CNN; Also see, Motive? An Expert’s Analysis, People; Also see, We Don’t Know And It Drives Us Crazy – Why? Los Angeles Times

Briefs

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, The Transom, Ben Domenech

Uranium One Informant Revealed, Mike Huckabee, mikehuckabee.com

Gorsuch Touts Originalism And Textualism In The Supreme Court, Rachel del Guidice, The Daily Signal

The Ugly Truth About Sex Reassignment The Transgender Lobby Does Not Want You To Know, Bruce Ashford, The Daily Signal

Trump In China: Media Hypocrisy, Part I To Infinity, Mike Huckabee, mikehuckabee.com

Articles

Why Christians Should Love Trump’s Tweets, Seaborn Hall, Common Sense Politics

What If All The Conspiracy Theories Are A Conspiracy? Pizzagate, the Scalise Shooting, and Fake News: How To Know What To Believe, Seaborn Hall, Common Sense Politics

 

 

More Common Sense


ProphecySee Common Sense Prophecy for multiple predictions – up to 11 years prior to events – that Trump would become U.S. President; Also see, A Review Of Kim Clements Prophecies About The 2016 Election And Future American Prosperity

Culture: Jenna Miscavige, Niece Of Scientology Leader, Speaks Out, You Tube/60 Minutes; Also see, Leah Remini’s Response To Katie Holmes, You Tube

Bryan Cranston Makes Some Refreshing Political Comments About Trump, Frank Camp, The Daily Wire; Former Child Star Corey Feldman On Hollywood Pedophilia, Megyn Kelly, NBC/You Tube

Money: Why Amazon Is Buying Up All Those Cryptocurrency URL’s, James Poulos, The Federalist

Bitcoin 101: How Blockchain Works And Why It Matters, Stratfor; Also see, Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash: What’s The Difference? Jake Frankenfield, Investopedia; Also see, Bitcoin Price To $50,000 Within A Few Years, CNBC Video

Health/Fitness: Top 11 Anti-Aging Foods And How To Get Them Into Your Diet, Dr. Axe; Also see, 3 Harmful Foods And The Healthiest Way To Lose Weight – By A Board Certified Physician To Celebrities

Sports: The Legend Of Julio Jones, Ben Baskin, Sports Illustrated

Goodell: NFL’s $205 Million Man Still Standing Even Though Fans Hate Him, Bloomberg

Music: Ethiopian Israeli Shocks Israel X-Factor Judges, Twitter; Song of The Season: I don’t like Monday’s, The Boomtown Rats

Movies: Hannity Produced ‘Let There Be Light’ Cast Speaks, Hannity, Fox News; Also see, Hollywood Is Hurting Because It Makes Movies Of the ‘Lowest Common Denominator,’ Josh Shepherd, The Federalist

TV: Jennifer Anniston/Reese Witherspoon Morning Drama Lands At Apple With 2-Season Order, Hollywood Reporter

Review: Who Is Netflix’s ‘Alias Grace?’ Sonia Saraiya, Variety; Also see, ‘Alias Grace’ Sews Transfixing True Crime Quilt, New York Times

One Of The Best Kept Secrets On Netflix: ‘The Last Kingdom,’ Express; Also see, Season 3 of ‘The Last Kingdom’ May Or May Not Happen, Express

Note: There appears to be a confirmed Season 3 shoot of The Last Kingdom scheduled for October to May 2018.

Books: God And Donald Trump, Steve Strang/Hamilton Strategies

Quotes of the Month:

“Discontent is the first necessity of progress. Show me a thoroughly satisfied man and I’ll show you a failure.” — Thomas Edison

“He who has overcome his fears will truly be free.” — Aristotle

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