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ABORTION: CLICK [4:57] to hear Liz Wheeler talk about pro-life arguments to use with non-religious people.

BIDENOMICS: CLICK [1:22] to hear Pelosi assure us that “Government spending is reducing the national debt.” In other news, maxing out all your credit cards reduces your family’s debt.

CENSORSHIP: Google told Issues & Insights that the article in the graphic was being demonetized, because it supposedly contained “unreliable and harmful information.”

The poll was performed by the highly regarded polling firm, TIPP, which has been the most accurate of all pollsters in every presidential election since it started doing that polling. The article merely reported what the poll found.

DEFENDING PARENTS: Fourteen Republican attorneys general have sued President Joe Biden, Attorney General Merrick Garland, the U.S. Department of Justice, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, and the U.S. Department of Education for not responding to a FOIA request related to the Department of Justice calling for surveillance of parents expressing opinions at school board meetings and other forums.

DEMOCRATS: In a rare moment of clarity, their midterm campaign chief admitted, “The problem is not the voters… The problem is us. [Voters] think that we’re divisive and too focused on cultural issues. They think that we’re preachy. They think that we act like we know better than parents when it comes to their kids in schools.

The leadership is apparently not listening. House Democrats, including Pelosi, want FAUXTUS to push failed legislation through via executive order.

FAUXTUS:The press has set the bar so low for Joe Biden that when he makes a public appearance, it is considered a triumph if he manages to stay upright. No one expects anything he says to be coherent, and blatant disregard of the facts is overlooked.” – John Hinderaker

GOP: They didn’t have to wait long. Republican responses:

Affordable living, strong economy and employment, national security, family and country. Everything DNC doesn’t stand for.

Lower taxes. Less government. Individual responsibility as a result of increased liberty.”

Individual freedoms, free trade, personal responsibility, strong military, stopping government overreach…y’know American stuff.

Domestic energy independence, smaller govt, lower taxes, nuclear family unit, God, borders, law and order, prosperous capitalism, to name a few.

For starters: school choice, parental power, energy independence, low taxes, the dignity of work, peace through strength, life, equality of opportunity, individual freedom.”

LENTEN MEDITATION: Oh Lord, Your will is perfect, always, as You are perfect. Your will tells us that those who curse us You will curse (Gen. 12:3). I thank You, Lord, for cursing them (like it or not, we are to be thankful for His will). Make their curses a thorny wall around them that raps them and makes them helpless against You. In the Name of Lord Jesus, I bind them and cast them at your feet, Lord. You teach us it’s never Your will any perish (second death, cast into the lake of fire), that all men come to repentance and be saved. I ask You to open their hearts to You, to open their eyes to see you, their minds to accept you. Make them a blessing in all the earth. I command all their ungodly protection, all demonic advisors, and all their ungodly wealth to be exposed and destroyed. In the Name of my King and my Lord Jesus, I lift up my hands in praise, Amen.

MANDATES: Two days after Sr. Deirdre Byrne, M.D., filed her lawsuit, D.C. granted her religious exemption. Sr. Dede’s attorney says they’re continuing with the suit, because the exemption may be revoked by the D.C. government at any time.

Byrne is a member and superior of the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, a retired U.S. Army colonel who served overseas as a soldier and missionary, and a medical doctor who is board-certified in both family medicine and general surgery.

UKRAINE: Mariupol has had no food supplies, water, power or heat for more than a week. And now Russian forces have bombed a maternity and children’s hospital there, claiming it had been taken over by Ukrainian extremists to use as a base and that no patients or medics were left inside.

But Associated Press journalists documented the attack. They saw the victims and damage first-hand. They shot video and photos of victims fleeing the facility and they interviewed survivors in the hospital where they had been transferred. The mother and unborn baby in the photo above did not survive.

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