President Donald Trump approved a declaration of a state of emergency in California on Friday, ordering federal assistance in response to multiple wildfires that broken out since December 4 and continue to cause massive damage in the state.
WEB Notes: They seek to go to new heights to promote sin and push it on the rest of society. It would not be acceptable to hire Pastor’s as administrators to teach Christianity, so it should not be acceptable to teach homosexuality to our people either. While it is “acceptable” to man, it certainly is not acceptable to our Father.
WEB Notes: Yes, you read the headline correctly. This lady lost all of her marbles, she needs folks to help her, not encourage this behavior.
WEB Notes: This is amazing, this couple did a fantastic job working together and changing their habits and what a difference. Reference the photos at the source.
WEB Notes: And you think corporations and government do not rub shoulders? Come on. Tesla loves the government, just look at the tax breaks they receive for producing electric vehicles.
WEB Notes: Unfortunately, we have heard this several times now and not just from “lefty” groups. A loss of the mortgage dedication will be a huge blow to the middle class and the economy.
U.S. lawmakers on Thursday averted a government shutdown this week by passing a new funding extension to keep federal operations running for two more weeks, in the hopes of reaching a broader budget consensus before Christmas.
The wealthiest 1 percent of American households own 40 percent of the country’s wealth, according to a new paper by economist Edward N. Wolff. That share is higher than it has been at any point since at least 1962, according to Wolff’s data, which comes from the federal Survey of Consumer Finances.
WEB Notes: These fires continue to grow, our prayers are with our brothers and sisters in harms way.
Ginnie pauses at the desk where she found her husband Matt’s letter on the night he died.
“My dearest love,” it began, and continued for pages. “I have torment in my head.”
On the morning of his last day, 12 May 2011, Matt stood in the kitchen of their farmhouse.
“I can’t think,” he told Ginnie. “I feel paralyzed.”