Paying For A Brick In The Wall

By Janice Barlow A FEW DAYS AGO, several people came up with an emotion driven idea that, since there would be no wall built by our tax dollars, why not create an account to contribute more money to, in order to fund President Trump‘s border wall between the United States and Mexico? Thus, a gofundme account was born. It was started by Veteran Brian Kolfage, an amputee and Purple Heart recipient. And in the first three days, over a million dollars was donated by close to 50,000 people to this…

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Trump Alone Can Do It, And We Decide–Claims The GOP

By Janice Barlow On the first day of Christmas I heard this from DC:  Trump 2020 merging with the RNC On the second day of Christmas I heard this from DC: No border wall, and Trump 2020 merging with the RNC On the third day of Christmas, I heard this from DC: A ban on bump stocks, no border wall, and Trump 2020 merging with the RNC On the fourth day of Christmas, I heard this from DC: $Billions for Mexico, a ban on bump stocks, no border wall, and…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer: Truth-Plane

by Oletta Branstiter Two Dimensions of Prayer  So far, in this series, we’ve become acquainted with an evolution from the zero dimension of Thought to the first dimension of Connection to God and all creation in real time. The second dimension refers to Light squared (l x w). The line becomes a plane – Thought vibrating in two dimensions. According to Biblical numerology, the number 2 represents a division or the second person of the Trinity. Light is EM energy. Einstein defined energy as mass multiplied by the speed of light…

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At Least Ten Dead in Human Trafficking – The Darker Side of Illegal Immigration

semi-tractor trailer in which the bodies of dead migrants are being removed

By Janice Barlow When do human rights violations take precedence over human law? The illegal immigration problem that keeps getting handed down to the next administration only seems to intensify. But is the blame necessarily one that should be cast on those crossing our border? Or is it our fault, because we just do not enforce our laws to make it difficult for them to do so? Yesterday, a truck crammed full of people was discovered after it crossed over the border near San Antonio, Texas. The driver of the tractor-trailer, James Matthew…

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