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11/23/2022



These numbers in the tweet above are actually from October 2022, so there is a very likely chance that they've even increased since then. In fact, one indicator to support that theory is the Consumer Price Index rose to 10.5% in September 2022, from 10.3% in August. Here are a few other numbers I dug up to keep you informed.

- The American Farm Bureau Federation says the average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner is up 20% compared to last year

- Domestic flights booked in early November for the week of Thanksgiving averaged 48% higher than in 2021.

- Thanksgiving hotels cost 14% more than last year if a room was booked in early November.

- Rental car prices for Thanksgiving increased 62% from 2019 if it was booked in early November.

- A regular gallon cost $3.64 on average Tuesday — up about 24 cents compared to 2021.

Even more laughable, the USDA is trying to place the cost increase blame on "Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine."


Were “Economists at both the Federal Reserve and the White House were blindsided,” as a writer for the Wall Street Journal suggested? Or are these mainstream economists simply useful idiots for the Federal Reserve and the banking establishment that understand the consequences attached to their endless printing, but benefit them and their institutions in a multitude of ways, that by default, skyrocket prices, damage the economy, and destroy consumer savings?

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11/19/2022

Counting Your Blessings: Numbers to Be Thankful For – 2
NOVEMBER 19, 2022

That by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope set before us.
Hebrews 6:18

Recommended Reading: Hebrews 6:13-20

According to Hebrews 6:18, we have a powerful source of continual comfort in life because of two things God has said. The writer was thinking back to the promise and to the oath God gave to Abraham, that through his “seed” all the earth would be blessed. God made this promise repeatedly in Genesis, and then He confirmed it with an oath in Genesis 22:15-19.

God promised with the double assurance that Christ was on His way to us. Two immutable facts—God’s promise and His oath. The fulfillment is explained in Galatians 3:16: “The promises were spoken to Abraham and to his seed. Scripture does not say ‘and to seeds,’ meaning many people, but ‘and to your seed,’ meaning one person, who is Christ” (NIV).

Because of these two unchangeable things—God’s promise and His oath—we have one Savior, and in Him, we have all we need to lay hold of the hope set before us! Give thanks to God for the gift of the Savior!

[The word “hope” in Hebrews 6:18] describes a settled certainty combined with a confident expectation based upon the promises of God.
David L. Allen

11/17/2022

November 17

Onwards! Unswerving
Bible in a Year:
Ezekiel 5–7
Hebrews 12
[We encouraged] . . . you to live lives worthy of God, who calls you into his kingdom and glory.

Today's Scripture & Insight:

1 Thessalonians 3:11–13; 4:9–12
In the poem “Rest,” the poet gently challenges our tendency to separate “leisure” time from “work,” asking, “Is not true leisure / One with true toil?” If you want to experience true leisure, instead of trying to avoid life’s duties, the author urges, “Still do thy best; Use it, not waste it,— / Else ’tis not rest. / Wouldst behold beauty / Near thee? all round? / Only hath duty / Such a sight found.”

The poet concludes that true rest and joy are both found through love and service—an idea that brings to mind Paul’s encouragement to the Thessalonians. After describing his calling to encourage believers “to live lives worthy of God” (1 Thessalonians 2:12), the apostle gives more specifics.

And the picture he paints of such a life is one of quiet integrity, love, and service. Paul prays that God would “make [their] love increase and overflow for each other and for everyone else” (3:12). And he urges believers in Jesus to “make it your ambition to lead a quiet life,” to “mind your own business and work with your hands” (4:11). It’s that kind of life, quietly loving and serving in whatever ways God has enabled us, that reveals to others the beauty of a life of faith (v. 12).

Or, as the writer puts it, true joy is “loving and serving / The highest and best; / ’Tis onwards! Unswerving— / And that is true rest.”

By: Monica La Rose

Loving God, thank You that I don’t need to avoid the duties and rhythms of daily life to experience Your beauty. Help me to know the joy of a quiet life lived with You. Amen.

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You can’t understate the danger of a $31 trillion national debt. That’s pretty much what the Anti-Federalist writer Brutus warned us about.

“I can scarcely contemplate a greater calamity that could befall this country than to be loaded with a debt exceeding their ability to ever discharge.”

Warning that the federal judiciary would be much more than just “independent,” the antifederalist writer Brutus predicted that it would instead be supreme over the other branches rather than co-equal. This, of course, would lead to consolidation, and a destruction of liberty.

Path to Liberty: December 8, 2021

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You can’t understate the danger of a $31 trillion national debt. That’s pretty much what the Anti-Federalist writer Brutus warned us about.

“I can scarcely contemplate a greater calamity that could befall this country than to be loaded with a debt exceeding their ability to ever discharge.”

Warning that the federal judiciary would be much more than just “independent,” the antifederalist writer Brutus predicted that it would instead be supreme over the other branches rather than co-equal. This, of course, would lead to consolidation, and a destruction of liberty.

Path to Liberty: December 8, 2021

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11/23/2022



These numbers in the tweet above are actually from October 2022, so there is a very likely chance that they've even increased since then. In fact, one indicator to support that theory is the Consumer Price Index rose to 10.5% in September 2022, from 10.3% in August. Here are a few other numbers I dug up to keep you informed.

- The American Farm Bureau Federation says the average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner is up 20% compared to last year

- Domestic flights booked in early November for the week of Thanksgiving averaged 48% higher than in 2021.

- Thanksgiving hotels cost 14% more than last year if a room was booked in early November.

- Rental car prices for Thanksgiving increased 62% from 2019 if it was booked in early November.

- A regular gallon cost $3.64 on average Tuesday — up about 24 cents compared to 2021.

Even more laughable, the USDA is trying to place the cost increase blame on "Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine."


Were “Economists at both the Federal Reserve and the White House were blindsided,” as a writer for the Wall Street Journal suggested? Or are these mainstream economists simply useful idiots for the Federal Reserve and the banking establishment that understand the consequences attached to their endless printing, but benefit them and their institutions in a multitude of ways, that by default, skyrocket prices, damage the economy, and destroy consumer savings?

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11/19/2022

Counting Your Blessings: Numbers to Be Thankful For – 2
NOVEMBER 19, 2022

That by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope set before us.
Hebrews 6:18

Recommended Reading: Hebrews 6:13-20

According to Hebrews 6:18, we have a powerful source of continual comfort in life because of two things God has said. The writer was thinking back to the promise and to the oath God gave to Abraham, that through his “seed” all the earth would be blessed. God made this promise repeatedly in Genesis, and then He confirmed it with an oath in Genesis 22:15-19.

God promised with the double assurance that Christ was on His way to us. Two immutable facts—God’s promise and His oath. The fulfillment is explained in Galatians 3:16: “The promises were spoken to Abraham and to his seed. Scripture does not say ‘and to seeds,’ meaning many people, but ‘and to your seed,’ meaning one person, who is Christ” (NIV).

Because of these two unchangeable things—God’s promise and His oath—we have one Savior, and in Him, we have all we need to lay hold of the hope set before us! Give thanks to God for the gift of the Savior!

[The word “hope” in Hebrews 6:18] describes a settled certainty combined with a confident expectation based upon the promises of God.
David L. Allen

11/17/2022

November 17

Onwards! Unswerving
Bible in a Year:
Ezekiel 5–7
Hebrews 12
[We encouraged] . . . you to live lives worthy of God, who calls you into his kingdom and glory.

Today's Scripture & Insight:

1 Thessalonians 3:11–13; 4:9–12
In the poem “Rest,” the poet gently challenges our tendency to separate “leisure” time from “work,” asking, “Is not true leisure / One with true toil?” If you want to experience true leisure, instead of trying to avoid life’s duties, the author urges, “Still do thy best; Use it, not waste it,— / Else ’tis not rest. / Wouldst behold beauty / Near thee? all round? / Only hath duty / Such a sight found.”

The poet concludes that true rest and joy are both found through love and service—an idea that brings to mind Paul’s encouragement to the Thessalonians. After describing his calling to encourage believers “to live lives worthy of God” (1 Thessalonians 2:12), the apostle gives more specifics.

And the picture he paints of such a life is one of quiet integrity, love, and service. Paul prays that God would “make [their] love increase and overflow for each other and for everyone else” (3:12). And he urges believers in Jesus to “make it your ambition to lead a quiet life,” to “mind your own business and work with your hands” (4:11). It’s that kind of life, quietly loving and serving in whatever ways God has enabled us, that reveals to others the beauty of a life of faith (v. 12).

Or, as the writer puts it, true joy is “loving and serving / The highest and best; / ’Tis onwards! Unswerving— / And that is true rest.”

By: Monica La Rose

Loving God, thank You that I don’t need to avoid the duties and rhythms of daily life to experience Your beauty. Help me to know the joy of a quiet life lived with You. Amen.

11/16/2022

Live Not By Lies | Rod Dreher | Jordan Peterson

Rod Dreher is a senior writer and editor for 'The American Conservative.' He is the author of three New York Times bestsellers: 'Live Not By Lies,' 'The Benedict Option,' and 'The Little Way of Ruthie Leming,' as well as the books 'Crunchy Cons' and 'How Dante Can Save Your Life.' In this episode, Rod Dreher and I discuss his latest book, 'Live Not By Lies,' the continuous emergence of Communism in the West, ideology as a substitute for religion, the importance of courage, and more. Thanks for watching. Dr. Peterson's extensive catalog is available now on DailyWire+: https://utm.io/ueJdK

Rod Dreher is a senior writer and editor for 'The American Conservative.' He is the author of three New York Times bestsellers: 'Live Not By Lies,' 'The Bene...

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11/14/2022

Leftist piece of sh*t writer of townhall has an other hit piece on Trump i said it yesterday already and ya have to ask yaselfs how much money this writer gets for this kind of hit pieces!!!! It is FAKE News Trump has proven what he stands for DeSantis is needed in Fla besides Trump knows the SWAMP Players!!!