Commentary on the week’s news…photo edition!

First, about that alleged suicide of convicted pedophile/rapist Jeffrey Epstein…

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Flo from Geico

On Cuomo’s rant-filled Fredo breakdown…

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On our Israel-hating congresswomen….

No Israel for you

How to get your way in 2019….

Im offended

 

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How to Fix It

On gun control….

The government CANNOT fix it.

What is needed in this country is a spiritual awakening, a revival, one where the hearts of men change in their attitudes toward God and they turn away from evildoing. There actually was a time when these sorts of mass killings didn’t happen. It was a time when such things as morality, honor, and respect for others, and doing what’s right ruled in our country.

We can have that again, but we will need hearts to change.

Let the love of God prevail in our nation.

It’s Been a Great Week!

Special Counsel Robert Mueller serves it up in a news dump on Friday night.

Hey, it’s just the bun! There’s no meat.


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Then, it must be…

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One Democrat candidate…

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Venezuela didn’t have a good week…

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But The Day the Music Died is making a comeback…

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One political party has a bright idea…let’s get rid of the electoral college. This looks like Illinois’ recent governor’s election, except in Illinois.

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And…spring is here…or so the story goes.

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Some things…

I live in small town America. I heard a story last night about something in our small town America…and if the same story is happening all over in other small town Americas, the country is in big trouble.

The story goes like this…a second grade teacher just finished testing on her second grade students. The test results go like this…70% of this class are reading in the kindergarten to 1st grade range. But the children are in second grade.

SCARY.

Maybe someday I will get to write the entire story. I hope so.

 

 

Illinois news media corruption

I hope I get to write this story, completely, someday. But for today, I’m calling out what I know.

Is there corruption at the Illinois Press Association? What president of the Illinois Press Association and multiple newspaper owner refused to run information from BOTH SIDES of an issue when Johnson County voters were getting ready to vote on an important referendum, a referendum where they needed ALL the information, not just one side? He refused to run an ad. He refused to run op eds from a group who had important information to share concerning the upcoming vote. He printed ads and op eds only from the opposing side.

Can you guess how the vote came out? Yep.

Is this what we expect from our local newspapers? Is this what we want? I don’t think so.