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Megachurch Pastor Rick Warren Goes Scorched
Earth in Effort to Push Southern Baptists
Down the Slippery Woke Slope

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Posted By: Hazymac, 6/12/2023 4:12:50 PM

Southern Baptists are meeting in New Orleans for their annual convention this week. Megachurch Pastor Rick Warren, author of the bestselling book The Purpose-Driven Life, is waging war with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), hoping to push the denomination to the left on the issue of female pastors. Warren, now “retired” but still listed as the Founding Pastor on Saddleback Church’s website, is pressuring the SBC to allow female pastors, contrary to clear biblical teaching that pastoral roles are reserved for men. Warren has been all over Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube this past week, viciously attacking his opponents (while calling for love and reconciliation). He’s become increasingly combative, calling his opponents

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Reply 1 - Posted by: SALady 6/12/2023 4:19:49 PM (No. 1490489)
I am pretty confident that Rick Warren's "god" went from Jesus to money somewhere along the way... I am a woman who has actually read the Bible (something I am not certain that Rick Warren has done in many years) and the Bible is very clear about women not being pastors. As Baptists, we have always strived to stay true to God, not to the whims of modern society. Sadly, I don't think Rick Warren has truly been Baptist (or Christian period) in a very long time!!!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Gordon Mills 6/12/2023 4:21:36 PM (No. 1490491)
Crap like this is why I no longer attend Sunday services. Most all 'preachers' are creepy hypocrites.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Highlander 6/12/2023 4:32:53 PM (No. 1490497)
Warren is an apostate.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DVC 6/12/2023 4:40:11 PM (No. 1490503)
Don't do it, Baptists.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: mre 6/12/2023 4:48:24 PM (No. 1490512)
Anyone who thinks women can’t lead and pastor churches is ignorant of church history and of how patriarchalists subverted the Gospel of the New Creation and reinstituted male control because they wrongly believed the post-fall state of males and females was God’s original intent. Yes, I’ve read 1 Timothy 2—many many times. Go study what was going on in Ephesus at the time before assuming it teaches that women can’t be pastors. Southern Baptists used to be a lot more biblical before a**hats and rapist-protectors like Paige Patterson took over.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: anniebc 6/12/2023 4:55:33 PM (No. 1490519)
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Ketchuplover 6/12/2023 5:01:39 PM (No. 1490523)
Great expose' on another wolf in sheep's clothing. Thanks for posting!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bobmadison 6/12/2023 5:05:25 PM (No. 1490525)
The saddest part of this whole thing is that all the good he has done will probably be overshadowed by this. I have to wonder if his wife is behind this whole thing. As in all church splits I ask the same question, "Where is/was Jesus in all this?"
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Reply 9 - Posted by: minuteman 6/12/2023 5:08:24 PM (No. 1490526)
I wonder if he includes men pretending to be women in his demand?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Lake Dweller 6/12/2023 5:13:21 PM (No. 1490528)
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Omen55 6/12/2023 6:08:57 PM (No. 1490556)
No priestess needed.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: jayjeti 6/12/2023 6:15:35 PM (No. 1490560)
No, it's not a clear teaching that women cannot be pastors. When Paul said for the women at Ephesus, where Timothy was, to stop usurping authority over the men and be silent in the churches, he was addressing a problem with the mystery cults, the temples of Diana, Artemis, Isis, etc., were all female led, and they had the cult of Eve, that because she was the mother of all living women has a secret knowledge that men could not obtain. It's clear Paul was addressing this issue of women who had been involved in the mystery cults trying to usurp authority in the church like they did in the pagan temples, because Paul then states that Eve was deceived, not Adam (striking at the belief that women had superior knowledge men could not obtain), then he said Adam was first formed, striking at the cult of Eve of being the mother of all living. Some of you need to read a book titled, "I suffer not a woman" that explains the historicity of Paul's day and what he was addressing. And # 1, your first sentence speaks more about you than Rick Warren.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: daisey 6/12/2023 6:43:09 PM (No. 1490571)
Take care of your own congregation, Rick, and allow others the same privilege. Stop proselytizing in the name of wokeness.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Brunsong 6/12/2023 9:27:35 PM (No. 1490660)
Never heard of a pastor bragging about how many people THEY baptized. Completely the opposite of the Apostle Paul.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Lawsy0 6/12/2023 9:34:50 PM (No. 1490662)
Warren has ruined more churches than Saint Paul built.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 6/12/2023 9:55:35 PM (No. 1490679)
When the apostle Paul I believe it was said women should remain silent in the church, I take that to mean they should not be pastors of any kind. They can lead Bible studies with other women, mentor other women, but as the lead pastor of their church? Definitely NO. Any church that installs female pastors of any kind starts the slippery slope to oblivion.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Ketchuplover 6/12/2023 10:20:33 PM (No. 1490689)
In the pastoral epistles (I, II Timothy, Titus), Paul lists the qualifications of a congregational leader, one being "the husband of one wife." I fail to see how that can be misinterpreted - whether invoking the culture of the day or not. Paul does not demean the role of women in the Church; they are just not to hold the office of congregational leader. People who wish otherwise, are imposing their current culture upon Holy Scripture. Women being denied the Office of Pastor neither diminishes their role in the Church, nor does it mean there is inequality in the members of Christ's Body. Let Scripture interpret Scripture.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Harlowe 6/12/2023 11:55:48 PM (No. 1490712)
#5,#12~ By some standards, being dismissive of God’s teachings/commands in Scripture may be perilously close to blasphemy. Picking and choosing passages from Scripture attempting to lend credence to an issue while disregarding the totality of Scripture on such an issue may lead to misunderstanding and/or twisting the true meaning of what is written in Scripture. Scripture interprets Scripture. Women are forbidden from being ordained as pastors/priests: Exodus 23:1 ~ 1 Corinthians 14:34 ~ 1Timothy 2:11-12. Apostle Paul wrote: “ ALL SCRIPTURE IS BREATHED OUT BY GOD and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness,” (2 Timothy 3:16) Apostle Peter wrote: “...knowing this first of all, that no prophecy of Scripture comes from someone's own interpretation. For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but MEN SPOKE FROM GOD AS THEY WERE CARRIED ALONG BY THE HOLY SPIRIT.” (2 Peter 1:20-21) To be clear, Scripture is the inerrant Word of God. What is written in Scripture is what God wanted written in Scripture.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: jayjeti 6/13/2023 1:02:58 AM (No. 1490736)
#18 you're ignorant of the situation that Paul was addressing that those receiving his letter would fully understand. You need to read a book by Kroger titled, "I suffer not a woman" to under stand the historical situation of the first century church, of how women in the mystery cults that were all female led (men were not allowed positions of authority) were attempting to exercise that authority in the church. As I noted, statements Paul made writing to Timothy addresses this cult, in particular statements Paul made about Eve were made to contradict the cult of Eve these women used to support their superior spiritual knowledge. The problem is people don't understand what Paul was addressing, and then ignore all the instances of women speaking in the church, teaching men like Pricilla taught Apollos, women deacons, apostles, prophets both old and new testament, and Deborah was a judge, who was spokes person from God to the people. The accusation you made of us picking and choosing is your spin to elevating your higher undestanding, when you're totally ignorant of the real issue.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: TexasHillCountry 6/13/2023 3:33:56 AM (No. 1490764)
The "historical situation" argument assumes that the purported situation has been accurately deduced; a questionable proposition at best. Also ignores the Holy Spirit's explanation of why women are precluded from certain offices in the church. "For it was the woman who was deceived (in the Garden) not the man" That explanation has nothing to do with mystery cults, but The Fall itself.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: jayjeti 6/13/2023 4:27:18 AM (No. 1490781)
#20 You're unfamiliar with the historicity and the mystery cults and the cult of Eve; so, you shouldn't speak as someone who is abreast of that. It's no coincidence that Paul pointed out that Adam was first, not Eve, and that the woman (Eve) was deceived, but not Adam: both points directly contradicting the cult of Eve. Women in the mystery cults usurped authority in those pagan temples due to this cult of Eve where they believed women had a superior spiritual knowledge that men were unable to attain. When Paul said for those women to stop usurping authority, but be silent in church, indicates they were associated with the temple of Diana in Ephesus where no men were allowed to have positions of authority. Paul told them to be silent (shut up) but in 1 Corinthians Paul gives instructions for women prophesying in the church; so, which is it? Women are to be silent in church, or they can speak in church? You see Paul was dealing with a specific situation in the church where Timothy was, evidenced by Paul making statements directly contradicting the Cult of Eve that was a major source of why only women usurped positions of authority in the mystery cults. Those at the church in Ephesus knew the what Paul was addressing, but people like you misinterpret why Paul spoke about Eve, reading an explanation into it that is no where stated, when there is a perfect explanation that fits the historicity of a problem in the early church that church historians are aware of. So, please do some research. One book I recommend is "I Suffer Not a Woman," written by two professors.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: franq 6/13/2023 5:49:41 AM (No. 1490798)
Interesting comments. I honestly had not hear the "mystery cults" explanation before. But I come down on the side of male leadership in the church, just as the husband is the head of the wife in the home. To me this is pretty clear. I had heard one commentary about "women keeping silent" that postulated the women in the church were berating their husbands publicly, and Paul wanted THAT stopped.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: ARKfamily 6/13/2023 6:10:15 AM (No. 1490803)
I am not going to say never but the female pastors I've been around does not make me confident in wanting more. It is hit or miss in getting a very good female pastor but my experiences have shown me it is usually a miss.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: LoneVoice 6/13/2023 10:59:08 AM (No. 1490984)
I don’t know Rick Warren from Adam, but I believe that just being the leader of a Mega-Church makes him suspect as to him actually representing God. Anybody who became rich off of being the leader of a church has no integrity. Any church he leads likely a cess pool of faulty teachings and charlatans.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: MickTurn 6/13/2023 12:13:47 PM (No. 1491060)
Leftie churches are already in the gates of Hades banging on the door for Lucifer to let them the Woke Dope Broke will finish them off!
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Harlowe 6/13/2023 4:45:48 PM (No. 1491245)
#19~ Referencing #12, “No, it's not a clear teaching that women cannot be pastors...” / #18 remains firm and true and applies to #20 as well: “Disregarding the totality of Scripture on such an issue may lead to misunderstanding and/or twisting the true meaning of what is written in Scripture. Scripture interprets Scripture. Women are forbidden from being ordained as pastors/priests.” In God’s creation, God gave men and women different responsibilities and duties; in the church, “God has gifted men and women with different, though complementary, opportunities and responsibilities for service. ... Men have the divine obligation to be the spiritual leaders of the church. Women are called to be of assistance to men in this capacity.” God gave the responsibility to serve as “representatives of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, in the pastoral office.” Women have not been called to serve in this way because God did not give them that responsibility. Jesus did not call any women to become apostles. Through the Apostle Paul, Jesus prohibits women from serving as pastors in the church. Why? That is a question to be answered by God. The Scriptures are inerrant and many believers “receive what God has given to us in His Word.” Some may choose to disregard that Word revealed through what the Lord revealed through the Apostle Paul as have some churches and some individuals. What St. Paul wrote was not his opinion it was a command of the Lord. “The Greek term authentein occurs only one time in the New Testament at 1 Timothy 2:12, where Paul writes: “I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent” (NIV; the English Standard Version has “exercise authority over”). Lexical studies conducted since 1985 confirm “that the term ought to be translated ‘exercise authority over.’” The English Standard Version accurately translates 1 Timothy 2:12: “I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet.” As for this household, the only book that needs to be read and preferred to be read is “The Holy Bible”. Mortal man’s academic credentials are no match for the wisdom and knowledge imparted to mortal man by our Creator.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: jayjeti 6/13/2023 9:32:12 PM (No. 1491439)
@ # 26 At least make some effort to look into this. Everyone in Ephesus, where Timothy led the church, worshipped the goddess Artemis. The Artemis cult was female-led. Her temple there was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Because of the belief of female-superiority, the Artemis cult also taught that evil was brought forth by man, as he was the one deceived in the Creation account. Paul's statement in 1 Timothy 2 on Eve being deceived, not the man, was made to directly contradict that. Furthermore, the Artemis myth taught that women were the author of men, and women of that time were going around saying that they were superior to men. This is also known as the cult of Eve, the mother of all living. But In 1 Timothy 2 Paul writes that Adam was first, not Eve, to dispel this heretical teaching used by some women to usurp authority in the church worship. The following is copied from an article: "Greg Hoag offers some incredible insight in his book on the worshippers of Artemis. In fact, his research mostly stemmed from Ephesiaca—a novel written by Xenophon of Ephesus around the year 50 AD (which happens to be around the same time Paul was in Ephesus). In the novel, Xenophon of Ephesus talks about cultic activity associated with wealth, and specific things women used to show their piety to the goddess Artemis—namely, dress codes and hairstyle. This is significant, as it links directly to the first instruction Paul gives to women in 1 Timothy 2:9. You see, worshippers of Artemis would ordain themselves with gold and pearls as to flaunt their wealth, as well as wear their hair in a certain way that imitated the goddess, in order to show their commitment and express their worship. This is exactly what Paul is addressing in the text—telling the Christian women to NOT adorn themselves with expensive clothing and hairstyles (associated with Artemis), but to adorn themselves modestly, with good deeds, to show their piety toward God." Now, keep all of the above in mind while reading 1 Timothy 2:9-15. "9 likewise also that women should adorn themselves in respectable apparel, with modesty and self-control, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly attire, 10 but with what is proper for women who profess godliness—with good works. 11 Let a woman learn quietly with all submissiveness. 12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve; 14 and Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor. " So, Paul was dealing with a specific issue in the church at Ephesus, instructing the women not to dress like the Artemis cult, and to stop usurping authority like is done in that female-led cult, and he further dispels that cult by making statements contrary to that cults teaching on the superiority of women, namely that Adam was first, not the woman, and it was the woman who was deceived, not the man. This was not meant to be a precedent for all women of all time, but rather Paul addressed a problem in Ephesus. Paul had first hand experience butting heads with the Artemis cult in Ephesus. Paul's teachings hurt the merchants trading in all these cultic adornments for women, leading them to riot in Ephesus. Acts 19:24-28, "24 For a man named Demetrius, a silversmith, who made silver shrines of Artemis, brought no little business to the craftsmen. 25 These he gathered together, with the workmen in similar trades, and said, “Men, you know that from this business we have our wealth. And you see and hear that not only in Ephesus but in almost all of Asia this Paul has persuaded and turned away a great many people, saying that gods made with hands are not gods. 27 And there is danger not only that this trade of ours may come into disrepute but also that the temple of the great goddess Artemis may be counted as nothing, and that she may even be deposed from her magnificence, she whom all Asia and the world worship.” 28 When they heard this they were enraged and were crying out, “Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!”
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Harlowe 6/14/2023 12:39:25 AM (No. 1491501)
#27~ Having been an avid reader of Scripture for more than 60 years, am quite familiar with the background of Apostle Paul’s teachings that include the admonition to the church at Ephesus as well as Artemis and the social behavior of people at that time. Again, the initial response of #18 remains firm and true. #27 ??? / “This was NOT MEANT TO BE A PRECEDENT FOR ALL WOMEN OF ALL TIME, but rather Paul addressed a problem in Ephesus.” 1 Corinthians 14:37 – 14: Prophecy and Tongues (33-38) / “AS IN ALL THE CHURCHES OF THE SAINTS, ... in submission, as THE LAW also says. ... the things I am writing to you are A COMMAND OF THE LORD. 38 If anyone does not recognize this, he is not recognized.” 1 Corinthians 4:15-17 - The Ministry of Apostles / “...AS I TEACH THEM EVERYWHERE IN EVERY CHURCH. The ministry of both men and women in the church is DETERMINED BY GOD, on the basis of what happened at creation and at the fall of man in Genesis 1-3: 1 Timothy 2:12-14 - Pray for All People: “12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve; 14 and Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor.” Galatians 3:28 - By Faith, or by Works of THE LAW? / “28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for YOU ARE ALL ONE IN CHRIST JESUS. Galatians 6:11-16 - Final Warning and Benediction / “15 For neither circumcision counts for anything, nor uncircumcision, but A NEW CREATION. 16 And as for ALL WHO WALK BY THIS RULE, peace and mercy be upon them, and upon the Israel of God.” Romans 16:17-18 - Final Instructions and Greetings / “... WATCH OUT FOR THOSE WHO CAUSE DIVISIONS AND CREATE OBSTACLES CONTRARY TO THE DOCTRINE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN TAUGHT; AVOID THEM. ... they deceive the hearts of the naive.” Referencing the statement pasted below from #27, chapter and verse for declaring that what Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Ephesus was not meant to be a precedent for all women of all time would be appropriate.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Faithfully 6/15/2023 6:48:07 PM (No. 1492753)
#21 Scripture implies that women are not as bright as men. I concur.
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The Wizard Of Oz and It's A Wonderful Life are going to get a 'diverse' reboot, a Hollywood director has revealed. Kenya Barris, who created the ABC sitcom Black-ish, is working on scripts for the Warner Bros adaptations of the Hollywood classics and spoke of his plans to make some key changes. [SNIP] The producer, 50, said the 1939 Judy Garland film The Wizard Of Oz will get a modern day remake with it set it The Bottoms - Inglewood, California, rather than Kansas. Kenya added it is the 'best time to turn a mirror on society' and he wants to do both films with diverse characters.
Positively Stunning - Nikki Haley Campaign
Manager Sends Letter Saying the Haley
Plan Is to Use "Open Primaries" and Democrats
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Posted by 4250Luis 1/24/2024 12:46:11 AM Post Reply
Sometimes the reality of the fraudulent plan just hits you harder when you see the people who construct the fraud write it down and promote it. In a letter from Nikki Haley’s campaign manager Betsy Ankney, the corporate-funded plan to use “open primaries” is not only admitted, but also espoused as the core element of the Nikki Haley strategy. [SOURCE] The only Republican politician I can remember campaigning with such an open intention to defy the will of the Republican base voter was Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in 2010, who lost the Republican primary to Joe Miller,
Report: Michelle Obama’s Secret Plan
to Replace Joe Biden for President Emerges
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Posted by Imright 1/23/2024 2:44:13 PM Post Reply
The Gateway Pundit’s Kristinn Taylor shared an explosive story last week that Barack and Michelle Obama are angling to replace decrepit, unpopular Joe Biden with the younger and more popular Michelle as the Democrats’ presidential nominee. Michelle has reportedly already surveyed major Democrat donors about her potential candidacy and in 2022 allegedly told a gathering of CEOs in New York City she was running. Now, the New York Post’s Cindy Adams reveals that a secret plan has emerged to throw Old Joe under the bus. She claims it comes from “credible sources few have access to and
Michelle Obama may already be working
on a 2024 White House bid
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Posted by Mercedes44 1/24/2024 12:49:50 AM Post Reply
Could be Mrs. O in the Oval? Obama’s wife is scratching to maybe be our next president. Her husband’s helping. Pay attention. In this sicko political environment, semi-VIPs itch to get you to write what they want. Then, for their own political purpose, tell you they “doubt” what you wrote. These professional doubters have their political motives. However, some info now comes from — I’m told — “credible sources few have access to and usually not meant for the noses of the media.” Whatever that means, what’s told is: Hillary and husband? Toxic. Nikki? The old guard will pee on her.
Seventy Percent of Nikki Haley Voters
Not Registered Republicans, CNN Exit Poll Says
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Posted by Imright 1/24/2024 12:04:34 AM Post Reply
Nikki Haley relied heavily on the support of Independents and Democrats in the New Hampshire primary yet still lost by wide margins. Of Haley voters in the Granite State, CNN said, “about 7 in 10 said they were registered as undeclared prior to Tuesday.” CNN relied on an exit poll to make its shocking statement. New Hampshire’s loose requirements allow for voters to cross over, while future Republican caucuses and primaries will consist overwhelmingly of registered Republicans. Trump crushed Haley in the New Hampshire primary by double digits with results still outstanding. The Associated Press called the New Hampshire results within three minutes.
Nikki Haley sweeps first New Hampshire
primary votes in midnight tradition
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Posted by DW626 1/23/2024 10:09:27 AM Post Reply
As Dixville Notch goes, so goes New Hampshire? That’s what former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley will be hoping after the tiny village near the Canadian border carried on its five-decade-old tradition of midnight voting early Tuesday. All six eligible voters in the precinct — four registered Republicans and two undeclared voters — pulled the lever for Haley, 52, who is desperate for a shock victory in the Granite State to halt what many observers see as former President Donald Trump’s unstoppable march to the GOP nomination.
Exclusive: Audio recording reveals the
moment that senior Republican figure tried
to bribe Kari Lake not to run for Senate
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Posted by Imright 1/23/2024 6:54:24 PM Post Reply
An audio recording obtained by reveals the extraordinary moment when what appears to be Arizona's top Republican official tried to bribe populist firebrand Kari Lake not to run in the state's Senate race. Jeff DeWit, 51, chair of the Arizona Republican Party, can be heard asking Lake, a close ally of Donald Trump, to name her price to stay out of politics for two years. 'There are very powerful people who want to keep you out,' he tells her in a conversation recorded at the start of March last year. DeWit tells Lake, 54, one of the most public faces of the former president's MAGA movement and a woman frequently
Oh How the Mighty Have Fallen: The LA
Times Appears to Be in a State of Imminent Collapse
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Posted by Dreadnought 1/24/2024 12:50:08 AM Post Reply
The Los Angeles Times has been around since 1881 and has survived enormous ups and downs over the past 142 years. But one thing remained constant: the LA Times could be depended on for trustworthy and timely reporting of the news. Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, the 260-plus square mile suburbs of Los Angeles, my parents were loyal Times subscribers. The paper has enjoyed over a century of respect and popularity with its consumers and even detractors; until now. Impending doom seems to have struck the Times, with new reports of "brutal" layoffs and exodus of
CNN and MSNBC are slammed for muting Trump's
mic to chime in with fact checkers - as
Jake Tapper speaks over the former president
to condemn his 'anti-immigrant rhetoric'
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Posted by Imright 1/24/2024 9:07:01 AM Post Reply
CNN and MSNBC doubled down on their decision not to air Donald Trump's primary victory speeches in full, again cutting away from his New Hampshire rally to offer fact checks to viewers. As Trump boasted on Tuesday night that he had won the Granite State for a third time in a row, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow interjected with a laugh, 'So, there we go, this is part of the issue here.' She then corrected Trump's false assertion that he won the state in the 2020 general election, and only in the GOP primary, at the same moment CNN's Jake Tapper followed suit.
Court Declares Justin Trudeau’s Sweeping
Actions To Suppress Trucker Protests Were Illegal
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Posted by Dreadnought 1/23/2024 8:38:30 PM Post Reply
A federal court in Canada has ruled that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s use of the Emergencies Act against protesters in 2022 was unconstitutional, according to a judicial review released on Tuesday. Trudeau utilized the Emergencies Act to stop truckers from protesting against the Canadian government’s COVID-19 lockdown restrictions and vaccine mandates. Trudeau’s use of the act was not legal and “not justified,” Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley wrote in the decision, according to the Canadian Constitutional Foundation (CCF). “I conclude there was no national emergency justifying the invocation of the Emergencies Act and the decision to do so was therefore unreasonable,” Mosley wrote in his decision. “The decision to
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