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In whom can we trust?

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By Madeline Crabb at Renew America

In what appears to be a world gone mad, the question being asked by the multitudes is: In whom can we trust? Sadly, we must ask this question for ALL areas of life because the foundational pillars of our society are not just crumbling any longer; the proverbial house is almost totally obliterated. So, the answer as to whom we can trust is baffling to most people, but shouldn’t be to professing Christians.

With each passing year, it gets increasingly frustrating, and frightening, to watch as everything good about our society is replaced by corruption, greed, and all forms of evil. For me, I have researched, studied, and then written in depth about these

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You Are Being Misled About Sean Hannity and Michael Cohen

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~ Liberty Planet

Earlier this month, the FBI raided attorney Michael Cohen’s office, hotel room and home. Among other things, the FBI seized records related to the payment of porn star Stephanie Clifford, better known as Stormy Daniels.

Cohen had paid porn star Clifford $130,000 of his own money just weeks before the 2016 presidential election. It is alleged that Cohen paid this money to Clifford to keep quiet about a sexual relationship that she had with President Donald Trump.

Michael Cohen is the longtime lawyer and personal friend Trump. He is often referred to by the media as “The Fixer” and likened to the main character from the Showtime series about a professional fixer for the rich-and-famous. Cohen assumed the moniker himself when

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House Republicans Officially Request Probe of Comey, ET al.

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The letter outlines a striking list of politically partisan decisions made by Obama-era DOJ officials.

By Thomas Gallatin · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/articles/55455-house-republicans-officially-request-probe-of-comey-et-al

On Wednesday, 11 House Republicans sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting that he initiate a criminal investigation into former FBI Director James Comey, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page all for “potential violations of federal statutes.” The letter further states, “In doing so, we are especially mindful of the dissimilar degrees of zealousness that has marked the investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, respectively. Because we believe that those

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TOTAL LOSERS: DNC Suing Trump Campaign, Russia, And Wikileaks For Colluding To Win 2016 Election

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By Matt Vespa at Townhall

They still can’t get over it. They can’t. The talking heads for the Democratic Party say let’s move on from 2016, but Hillary Clinton, her inner circle, and now the Democratic National Committee keep bringing us back there. In the process, they reopen the wounds of 2016, the internal campaign strife, the rift with the progressive Left, and the most delicious fact: Hillary Clinton will never be president. Still, the tantrum continues with this lawsuit filed by the Democrats that alleges the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians and Wikileaks to tilt the election (via WaPo):

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Cuomo to Pardon, Restore Voting Rights to 35,000-Plus Felons on Parole

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D.) will be granting all convicted felons in the state who are on parole a pardon, a move that will restore voting rights to more than 35,000 people.

The pardons would allow Cuomo to work around the state legislature, which has not approved any such measure on criminal justice reform, the New York Times reports.

Under current New York law, convicted felons may only vote again after they have completed their parole or are on probation.

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The generation beyond compare–A call to royalty

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By Michael Bresciani at Renew America

If we ask someone today, most would say we are the best generation of all time. We are educated, confident and ready with the help of science and our new found enlightenment to take the whole kit and caboodle to neighboring stars and galaxies.

The Biblical worldview of today is quite different. The bible warns that the last generation will be in a great breakdown which it will perceive as a great breakthrough.

The minds of moderns have already set a course to the stars, but the morals of moderns will be sliding into the depths of depravity. This is prophecy. It does not apologize and it asks for no one’s opinion – it is the

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Confirmed: HUD Misplaced $2 Billion During 2016

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The Department of Housing and Urban Development let nearly $2 billion in federally insured loans go to nearly 10,000 borrowers who were barred from such funds, a government watchdog reported Monday.

The loans were distributed in 2016 to 9,507 borrowers who were either delinquent on federal debt or hadn’t paid their child support, according to HUD’s inspector general.

The IG reviewed 60 of the nearly 14,000 loans Federal Housing Administration closed in 2016 and found more than three-quarters were given to barred borrowers.

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Public Employees Resist Pension Reform as Crisis Looms

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According to a new report, states face a collective [pension funding shortfall of $1.4 trillion.

By Louis DeBroux · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/articles/55404-public-employees-resist-pension-reform-as-crisis-looms

“Government is the great fiction, through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else.” —Frederic Bastiat, French Economist (1801-1850)

For years, state and local politicians have ignored a looming fiscal crisis; namely, rapidly exploding deficits to public-sector employee pensions. Unfortunately, ignoring the problem does not make it go away, and now politicians, public employees and unsuspecting taxpayers face a brutal reality.

According to a new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts, states face a collective pension funding shortfall of $1.4 trillion. To put that into perspective, that amounts to roughly three times the annual budgets

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