UN, Liberals Usher End While Bible Prophecy Gains Momentum

The United Nations, (UN), has released a Compendium from the United Nations Office Of Counter-Terrorism, and plans are made to move the entire world unto a dominant state of technology slavery. The Compendium, subtitled, United Nations Compendium of Recommended Practices for the Responsible Use and Sharing of Biometrics in Counter-Terrorism, lends itself to scrutiny because of the biometric screening abilities that are already in place around the globe.

“Oregon’s Eleven” Senator Sues Over Fines, Capitol Access

A month ago, eleven Republican members of the Oregon State Senate walked out of the State Capitol, denying the chamber a quorum and bringing all legislative business to a halt.  At issue was a controversial cap-and-trade bill, which was eventually pulled for insufficient Democratic support.  Now, one of the Oregon 11 is suing the Democratic leadership and legislative officials.  Sen. Brian Boquist (R-Dallas) is challenging a $500-a-day fine imposed by the rump senate, and the requirement he provide at least 12 hours notice for showing up to work.

Are the Ladies Jumping to the Front of the Line? A Simple View of the 4 Democratic Leaders

Former Vice President Joe Biden former (D) is down but not out. He needs to find a working message. He is always being attacked and focusing solely on Trump is not working. He has failed to draw big rally crowds or a mass following. He holds the best pathway to the nomination but he is loosing steam even faster than most people believed he would. At the presidential scale, he is a poor candidate but a very likable guy. It appears he hardly ever controls or leads the conversation and often seems to be rambling.

“Oregon’s Eleven” Flee the State; Stops Cap & Trade in Senate

It’s been kind of a crazy weekend in Oregon.  The flight from the state capitol, of what’s become known as Oregon’s Eleven (all the Oregon Senate Republicans), has attracted national and international news. By Monday night, there was no end in sight to the standoff with the Democratic supermajority trifecta and no sight of the Republican senators’ either.  As for endgames, Gov. Kate Brown is widely expected to call a special session in July, if and when he current session expires on June 30.  One senator told the Wall Street Journal he was prepared to stay away for months.

Trump’s Tariffs: Mexican Concessions, Republican Rebellion

President Trump is set to unilaterally levy an escalating 5% tariff on all Mexican goods next week, and just about everybody is working diligently to stop them. The two countries continued talks Thursday, aimed at satisfying Trump’s demands that Mexico do more to stop the flow of migrants from Central America. To that end, Mexico has begun to deploy the National Guard on its southern border with Guatemala. Back in the States, members of the president’s own party have begun to show their own frustrations with Trump’s tariffs. This time, they might be serious.

Election Chaos in Florida and Arizona Senate Races as Republican Leads Vanish