Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Police ambush in Mexico plus more NBA nonsense about China & more stories

Police ambush in Mexico plus more NBA nonsense about China & more stories 10/15 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Was the Police ambush in Mexico a message to President Lopez-Obrador? The NBA and China plus LeBron James......What did Democrats hear about impeachment in town hall meeting? The CNN LGBT meeting was a disaster for Democrats......Justice Clarence Thomas 1991....'I love Lucy' 1951..............and more stories...........click to listen:

Tuesday’s video: Are you ready for Warren vs Trump? It may change but that’s what it looks like today

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Be careful with what you say…

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The good news for Democrats is that the CNN LGBT townhall did poorly in the ratings.  In other words, most of the voters that might have been repulsed were watching something else.

The bad news is that everyone was on duty at the Trump reelection offices.  They recorded everything and we will watch it soon!

The townhall turned off one group that Democrats need to reach, as Miranda Devin wrote:   
Anyone wondering why religious people still support Donald Trump, despite his flaws, need only watch a recording of the Democrats’ fanatical LGBTQ town hall last week.
From Elizabeth Warren mocking religious males as incapable of finding a wife to Beto O’Rourke’s promise to strip tax benefits from religious institutions, or Cory Booker’s assertion that Catholics use religion to justify discrimination, you see the ugly face of militant secularism and coercion.

Yes, that’s correct.

Frankly, I hear this all of the time.  The guy is not perfect, but he stands for the U.S.  The man is not a saint, but the other side is crazy.  And so on and on.

What do you do when one guy is not diplomatic and the other one is crazy?  I guess that you stick with the fellow with bad manners because the other one will crash the plane.

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Saint Teresa of Ávila (1515-1582)

Teresa Ali Fatim Corella Sanchez de Capeda y Ahumada was born in Avila, Spain, in 1582.  

Her story is rather remarkable, as we can see in this EWTN summary:
Teresa was canonized in 1662. 
Shortly after her death, Philip II, keenly aware of the Carmelite nun's contribution to Catholicism, had her manuscripts collected and brought to his great palace of the Escorial, and there placed in a rich case, the key of which he carried on his person. These writings were edited for publication by two Dominican scholars and brought out in 1587. 
Subsequently her works have appeared in uncounted Spanish editions, and have been translated into many languages. An ever-spreading circle of readers through the centuries have found understanding and courage in the life and works of this nun of Castile, who is one of the glories of Spain and of the Church. 
Teresa's emblems are a heart, an arrow, and a book.

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