Friday, October 30, 2020

Rick Gates Set To Testify Next In Paul Manafort Trial |...

Rick Gates will be next to take the stand in the trial of his former business partner, Paul Manafort according to one of Manafort's attorneys. NBC News' Ken Dilanian joins Kasie Hunt to discuss. » Subscribe to MSNBC: About:…




Opioid Drugmaker Purdue Pharma Offers $10-$12 Billion To Settle Lawsuits | MTP Daily | MSNBC

Health: US Settles Lawsuit over Opioid-Related Deaths

The Story: On October 21, Purdue Pharma, a company now under bankruptcy court protected, settled with the US Department of Justice over its aggressive marketing...

The Election: We Won’t Know Until We Know

The Story: Opinion polling is an applied science. Opinion polling as it relates to campaigns for President of the United States is the most visible...

Health: FDA Approves Gilead’s Remdesivir

The Story: Remdesivir, an antiviral produced by California company Gilead Sciences, last week became the first drug ever to receive Food and Drug Administration approval...


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Making America Good Again

What a wonderful thought. Revival is what we need to make Americans good again and good, Godly, righteous Americans will make America great again. The preacher who is credited with the start of the great azusa street revivals is said to have started each service praying with his head stuck inside a bucket so as to both separate himself from the noise of the crowd but also to humble himself and hear God's voice before he began to speak. Recognizing our own sin and preaching repentance and holiness is the only way to right America's sinking ship. One of the most misused Scriptures by the progressive, leftist heretics is in Matthew Chapter 7: “Judge not, that you be not judged. Scripture is our guide as to what is and is not sin and the laws of our nation as enumerated by our Founders used those scriptures and others writings to establish a Judicial System based on Natural Law. "Don't judge me" is an improper division of the Word of Truth and Natural Law. Scripture is clear in regard to "Knowing people by their fruits," --"Marking those that cause division,"-- "Rightly dividing truth," and being "Righteous judges of matters both within and without the church." Recently he said: "Before we can make America great again, we have to make America good again." Wouldn't it be wonderful to see another great awakening in America?

Boris Johnson under fire for failing to declare house in Somerset

Boris Johnson has been accused of “an over-casual attitude towards obeying the rules of the house” after a Commons standards watchdog found he had failed to declare his share of a property in Somerset on time. The Commons standards committee said the former foreign secretary had breached rules by failing to declare a financial interest within the required time limit. The committee dismissed Johnson’s claim that he had not fully understood the rules. The committee said this offence followed a previous failure to register a financial interest. “The committee noted with concern that two investigations by the commissioner in rapid succession demonstrate a pattern of behaviour by Mr Johnson which reinforces their previous view that he had displayed an over-casual attitude towards obeying the rules of the house,” the ruling found. “Although Mr Johnson argued that the house’s rules were confusing, the committee concluded that the problem lay not with the relevant rules, which they consider to be clear, but with Mr Johnson’s failure to consult the guide to the rules. He has apologised for the breach. The ruling follows an earlier warning from the watchdog after Johnson was found to have failed to declare almost £53,000 of earnings before the 28-day deadline. Johnson apologised in the House of Commons for the breach. Last year, Johnson was also found to have broken rules that prevent former cabinet ministers taking up new jobs for three months after leaving office, by signing up for his £275,000-a-year Daily Telegraph column.
Will Beto O'Rourke's National Popularity Help Him Win In Texas? | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC

Will Beto O’Rourke’s National Popularity Help Him Win In Texas? | Andrea Mitchell |...

Texas Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke has risen to become one of the most popular figures in the Democratic party, but can his notoriety help him win the race against Republican incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz? » Subscribe to MSNBC: About:…


Cruz term-limits bill aims at career politicians, but current terms don’t...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz wants to place term limits on members of Congress, an idea that has long appealed to people across the political divide who have grown skeptical of the current crop of professional politicians. But even if Cruz's amendment to the U.S. Constitution were somehow enacted by the current Congress and the states – a long-shot at best – it would not bar him from running for a third or even fourth term in the Senate. Cruz and Florida U.S. Rep. Francis Rooney, a Republican, introduced an amendment last week to limit U.S. senators to two six-year terms and members of the U.S. House of Representatives to three two-year terms. It's awfully difficult to get them to vote for it if they'd be immediately giving up their jobs." Cruz, who ran for president in 2016, said he would vote for a retroactive term limit proposal. Still, delaying the impact on current office holders would avoid some political awkwardness in Texas, where 25 of the state's 36 House members – many of them veterans of more than a decade in Congress – are currently in their third terms or beyond. Opponents also argue that term limits would restrict voters' choices, applying to good lawmakers as well as bad ones. The 27th Amendment – the most recent – was ratified in 1992. Trump's election vindicated an anti-establishment message, and polls show support for the idea of term limits across party lines. "They don't favor or disfavor Republicans or Democrats ...