Washington Chatter: Top stories for the week ahead

President Donald Trump was able to successfully usher his healthcare repeal legislation through the House last week despite lingering objections from many Republicans. Now, the bill faces a thorough work-over in the Senate. Combined with many Republicans still peeved about a budget agreement seen largely as a list of wins for the Democrat Party, it will be a controversial week in Washington for the Trump administration. Here’s what you need to know about that and other top stories this week.

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Apocalypse Soon: Scientific And Religious Leaders Both Agree That Cataclysmic Disasters And Mass Death Are In Humanity’s Future

Are we on the verge of the worst times in all of human history? We live at a moment when prominent leaders in the scientific world and in the religious world are both urgently warning that humanity could soon be facing a nightmarish apocalyptic future. Weather patterns are rapidly changing, the crust of our planet … Read more

Establishment medicine perpetuates the cholesterol myth

Last week the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) published an article debunking longstanding claims that saturated fat clogs arteries and pointing out that coronary disease is a chronic inflammatory condition. Even though studies bear the author out, the article created quite a stir in orthodox medicine.

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Chart-Topping Rapper Kendrick Lamar Is Preaching More Spiritual Truth Than Most Of The Dead Churches In America Are

One of the hottest rappers in the entire world has just rebuked Christian leaders in America for not preaching about sin, repentance and judgment. And you know what? He is entirely correct. Today, you will very rarely ever hear the words “sin”, “repentance” and “judgment” come out of the mouths of the most influential leaders … Read more

Scotus rejects guilty until proven innocent

SCOTUS this week struck down a Colorado law that forced criminal defendants to prove their innocence when their convictions were overturned. While the case didn’t involve civil forfeiture per say, it may be the beginning of the end for this heinous practice. Tthe majority opinion stated the defendants were entitled to the presumption of innocence and “should not be saddled with any proof burden” to regain what is rightfully theirs.

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Deep state openly wars with Trump administration

Reports indicate that government bureaucrats are using the security clearance process to block key members of the Trump administration from accessing sensitive national security information. The politicization of the security process is a signal that unelected government insiders, not the appointees chosen by the elected Trump government, are ultimately in charge of the nation’s military.

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The Best Thing That Trump Has Done So Far

On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives finally approved a bill that would repeal and replace significant portions of the law that created Obamacare.  But it was a very close vote.  On Donald Trump’s 105th day in the White House, 217 members of the House voted in favor of the bill, and 213 members of […]