I watched the debate around 4:30am today. It was a good debate as the questions were good and the all the candidates had enough time to share their solutions. To me, debates are good when you learn more about each candidate and it you gives you a bit of a different perspective and also confirms what you have thought about the candidates. The moderators at KOAT TV did an excellent job. The only glitch was that Greg Zanetti was hard to understand at times because of his microphone, it appeared to me that it was off center, he was speaking into it sideways, made it hard for me to clearing understand him at times. I loved the discussion on the states water issue and the solutions that came forth, as well as the discussion on our forests, prescribed burns and brining back the timber industry and the border issues and crime, catch and release.! Ethel Maharg was on the only candidate that said we need to bring back God into our state and Biblical principles and protect the unborn, that to me is our biggest issue in our state and nation. The candidates who participated were: Jay Block, Rebecca Dow, Ethel Maharg, Mark Ronchetti, and Greg Zanetti.
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America’s top law enforcement agency, the Department of Homeland Security is bracing for “violence and unrest” once the Supreme Court officially announces its decision on Roe v. Wade this summer. Many are expecting the Court’s conservative majority to overturn the landmark Roe ruling, which legalized abortion nationwide back in 1973.
(RNS) — Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone, who oversees the Archdiocese of San Francisco, announced on Friday (May 20) he is barring House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from taking Communion in churches he oversees, citing her support for abortion rights.
“After numerous attempts to speak with her to help her understand the grave evil she is perpetrating, the scandal she is causing, and the danger to her own soul she is risking, I have determined that the point has come in which I must make a public declaration that she is not to be admitted to Holy Communion unless and until she publicly repudiate her support for abortion ‘rights’ and confess and receive absolution for her cooperation in this evil in the sacrament of Penance,” Cordileone wrote in a letter sent to churchgoers in his archdiocese. More Here