Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2021«

US House Approves Immigration Bills for Dreamers, Farm Workers

March 31, 2021

0

By Associated Press Updated March 18, 2021 09:01 PM Download Audio WASHINGTON – The House voted Thursday to open a gateway to citizenship for young Dreamers, migrant farm workers and immigrants who’ve fled war or natural disasters, giving Democrats wins in the year’s first votes on an issue that once again faces an uphill climb […]

Commentary: Harris Laughs Hysterically While Discussing Parents Unable To Send Their Kids To School During COVID

March 31, 2021

0

Grant Atkinson, The Western Journal March 30, 20214 Comments School closures have been one of the many devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in America. While seeking to find a bright side to the situation, Vice President Kamala Harris instead burst into ill-timed laughter that brought her sincerity into question. Harris was trying to make […]

Psaki Talks About White House Changing Name To ‘Biden-Harris Administration’ On Website, Social Media Account

March 31, 2021

0

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a news briefing Tuesday that the “rebranding” of President Joe Biden’s administration to the “Biden-Harris administration” reflects the vice president’s “important role.” “I would take from it that Vice President Harris is an important partner, she’s the first in the room and the last in the room […]

How America Bombed Itself Into a Smart Bomb Shortage

March 31, 2021

0

Precision-guided munitions, or PGMs, don’t do much good if you don’t have enough of them. by Michael Peck https://nationalinterest.org/blog/reboot/how-america-bombed-itself-smart-bomb-shortage-181557 Here’s What You Need to Remember: Then there is the question of whether America can even produce the components it needs to build smart bombs. Like many American products, PGMs use some foreign-made parts that are vulnerable […]

Pope gives $350,000 to help suffering Iraqi families

March 31, 2021

0

Catholic News Service Mar 31, 2021 contributor ROME — Before returning to Rome from Iraq March 8, Pope Francis left $350,000 to assist families still suffering the impact of conflict or in dire straits because of the economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic, said Cardinal Louis Sako, the Baghdad-based patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church. […]

Spy Wednesday: Are We Spies for the Darkness?

March 31, 2021

0

Do we see Jesus as the Christ, the Son of God, or do we impose our own view upon him, trying to make him into our own image and desires? https://www.ncregister.com/blog/spy-wednesday-are-we-spies-for-the-darkness Matthew BunsonBlogs April 8, 2020 Today is traditionally called “Spy Wednesday” because this is the day that Judas Iscariot betrayed our Lord to the […]

Lawmaker backs down on banning Christian cops

March 31, 2021

0

Assemblyman Ash Kalra agrees to amend overbroad AB 655 March 29th, 2021 A Bay Area assemblyman reversed course and eliminated bill language blacklisting Christians, Jews, and Muslims from being police officers. Assemblyman Ash Kalra’s stated goal of AB 655 was to eliminate police officers belonging to “hate groups” or those who have used hate speech […]

San Bernadino diocese gets church singing back”I thought I was going to cry through the whole Mass”

March 31, 2021

0

It was the moment Jamie Ochoa was waiting for since the Covid-19 shutdown began…the moment when she could sing again in Mass. Effective Monday, March 15th, the diocese lifted its ban on live music and by Sunday the choir director was back in business. “I cried on the way here. I cried through practice. I […]

The Founders of Black Lives Matter

March 31, 2021

0

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2021/03/the-founders-of-black-lives-matter In 2013, George Zimmerman was acquitted of the charge of murdering Trayvon Martin, a black teenager. This was the spark that lit the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM). Three self-described “radical black organizers” responded: Alicia Garza coined the phrase in a “love letter” to black people, Patrisse Cullors turned the phrase into a hashtag, […]

Boston Cardinal: Only Vaccinated People May Serve At Altar

March 31, 2021

0

Boston Cardinal O’Malley allows only vaccinated faithful to participate in certain ministries at parishes such as serving at the altar. A March 17 Covid protocol states that “parishes can use a vaccinated adult altar server at all Masses.” Additionally, altar servers and priests must wear masks when they are not speaking. Further, “a normal frequency […]