Family of vaccine-injured girl tell the gripping story of how a determined mother discovered an herbal formula that helper her daughter remove heavy metals from her body and, in the process, experienced a reversal of her neurological disability.
Chloe had been home-schooled and vaccine free but was required by the State of California to be vaccinated when she decided to enter public school. That is when the problems began. It took years to untangle the health problems and a very helpful detective-doctor helped Chloe regain her health.
Today, October 9th, 2019, is the Day of Atonement. On this day Torah-believing Jews and Gospel-believing Christians express gratitude for God’s forgiveness.
To make an act of atonement is to take some action that symbolizes faith and gratitude. This act of atonement can take many different forms. For Torah-believing Jews this can take place through a formal day of religious celebration. For Christians, atonement is usually a more personal thing. I think that all God really wants is to know that we believers have hearts of gratitude.
But this brings me to the point about Trump. Has Trump actually done something wrong that needs forgiving? It seems odd that these criminals in the Democratic Party and the News Media who are guilty of massive and horrific crimes are now accusing Trump of anything. They’re the ones who need to start trying to figure out what acts of atonement they might perform in order to receive forgiveness, if such forgiveness is even still possible for them.
However some of Trump supporters seem stressed and concerned about Trump’s situation. But those concerned need to understand what the word “gambit” means. In the game of chess it’s a strategic chess move, one in which the chess master makes himself appear vulnerable, opening himself to attack, but then takes advantage of his opponent’s poorly conceived attack.
Trump is not as vulnerable in an impeachment process as you might think. An impeachment is not so much a trial as it is an investigation. In this investigation, the President’s lawyers have the right to call anyone they want to onto the stand to answer any of their questions. It actually would give the President’s lawyers the right to investigate his accusers, endowing the President with powers of investigation that he doesn’t normally have.
It doesn’t take much imagination to realize this could go very badly for the dark queen (Pelosi) or the dark king (Biden) or their pawn (AOC). The impeachment would likely be like a chess game that ends with Trump is still standing tall, but where most of his opponents have been taken off of the chess board or checkmated.
So if you’re a Trump supporter, don’t worry, be happy. If the Democrats are really dumb enough to go forward with this impeachment, so be it.
In recent months US President Trump has pointed repeatedly to his role in making the American economy the “best ever.” But behind the extreme highs of the stock market and the official government unemployment data, the US economy is primed for a 1929-style shock, a financial Tsunami that is more influenced by independent Fed actions than by anything that the White House has done since January 2017. At this point the parallels between one-time Republican President Herbert Hoover who presided over the great stock crash and economic depression that was created then by the Fed policies, and Trump in 2019 are looking ominously similar. It underscores that the real power lies with those who control our money, not elected politicians.
Despite proclamations to the contrary, the true state of the US economy is getting more precarious by the day. The Fed policies of Quantitative Easing and Zero Interest Rate Policy (ZIRP) implemented after the 2008 crash, contrary to claims, did little to directly rebuild the real US economy. Instead it funneled trillions to the very banks responsible for the 2007-8 real estate bubble. That “cheap money” in turn flowed to speculative high-return investment around the world. It created speculative bubbles in emerging market debt in countries like Turkey, Argentina, Brazil and even China. It created huge investment in high-risk debt, so called junk bonds, in the US corporate sector in areas like shale oil ventures or companies like Tesla. The Trump campaign promise of rebuilding America’s decaying infrastructure has gone nowhere and a divided Congress is not about to unite for the good of the nation at this point. The real indicator of the health of the real economy where real people struggle to make ends meet lies in the record levels of debt.
Today, fully a decade after the unprecedented actions of three presidents, the US economy is deeper in debt than ever in its history. And debt is controlled by interest rates, interest rates ultimately in the hands of the Fed. Let’s look at some signs of serious trouble which could easily put the economy in a severe recession by this time in 2020.….
From 1927 to 1929 the Fed deliberately created then burst a stock bubble using interest rates. Republican President Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley Tariff act in 1930 to defend American industry, resulting in a trade war that was blamed along with Hoover for the Great Depression that was brought on by an economy bloated with debt and easy money during the Roarin’ Twenties boom. Hoover was blamed and lost re-election to Democrat FDR with his New Deal. Behind all were the actions of the Federal Reserve, the real power. Soon it will be clear if 2020 will be a modern era repeat of the Hoover script, this time with a Democrat whose “New Deal” will likely be green.
The European Union seems to fallen in love with the idea of requiring service providers to edit the Internet, with predictable consequences for speech. Until recently, there was reason to hope those consequences could be contained. For example, the EU’s highest court recently ruled that the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten does not require Google to delist search results globally, thus keeping the results available to users around the world, even if de-indexed from the site associated with a particular EU state.
But last week, in a case involving a defamation case in Austria, the same court held that the national courts of EU member states can order intermediaries not only to take down defamatory content across all of their services—i.e., globally—but also to take down identical or “equivalent” material….
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House declared Tuesday it will not cooperate with what it termed an “illegitimate” impeachment probe by House Democrats, setting up a constitutional clash between President Donald Trump and Congress.
Trump attorneys sent a letter to House leaders bluntly stating their refusal to participate in the quickly moving impeachment investigation. The letter threatens to cease cooperation with Capitol Hill on key oversight matters, accusing lawmakers of formulating their probe “in a manner that violates fundamental fairness and constitutionally mandated due process.”
“Given that your inquiry lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation, any pretense of fairness, or even the most elementary due process protections, the Executive Branch cannot be expected to participate in it,” White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote.
The White House is objecting that the House did not formally vote to begin the impeachment inquiry into Trump and is also attacking the conduct of House intelligence committee Chairman Adam Schiff.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has insisted the House is well within its rules to conduct oversight of the executive branch under the Constitution regardless of a vote…..
The mainstream are framing the rise of China as a competitor to the US in the same terms as they did the Cold War with the Soviet Union. And, just as the Cold War was a charade facilitated by lend lease and technology transfers, so, too, is the New Cold War facilitated by technology transfers to China that are framed as “IP theft.” James Corbett joins Jim Goddard on This Week in Money to set the record straight on how the Clash of Civilizations 2.0 is being used to justify domestic clampdowns, social credit surveillance, and military build up.