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Healthcare Politics

What if the government has it wrong?

by Judge Andrew Napolitano

What if staying at home for months reduces immunity…What if more people have been infected with the virus in their homes than outside them…What if there are as many credible scientists and physicians who disagree with the government as those who agree with it…What if government orders to nursing homes and assisted living facilities to accept the sick and contagious are insane…What if the government makes health care decisions not on the basis of medicine or human nature but statistics…What if the government won’t admit that its understanding of science is colored by politics…What if the government decrees that music stores are essential but the free exercise of religion is not…What if — when the pandemic is over — the government remains tyrannical…

Source: foxnews.com
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People Religion

Trump Cabinet Meeting Opens With Prayer

Our kind Father in Heaven, we’re so thankful for the many blessings that you have bestowed upon us in this country, and we’re thankful for the people of courage who have been here before us, who have fought hard for the rights of our country.

And we thank you for President Donald Trump, who also exhibits great courage in face of constant criticism. And we ask that you would give him strength to endure and the wisdom lead, and to recognize you as the sovereigns of the universe with the solution to everything. And the people around the president — the vice president, the cabinet, the advisors — give us all an understanding heart and a compassionate heart. Those are the things that will keep America great.

And help us all to recognize as a nation that separation of church and state means that the church does not dominate the state, and it means the state does not dominate the church. It doesn’t mean that they cannot work together to promote godly principles of loving your fellow man, of caring about your neighbor, of developing your God-given talents to the utmost so that you become valuable to the people around you, and having values and principles that govern your life.

And if we do those things, then we will always be successful. And we thank you for hearing our prayer, in your Holy name. Amen.

HUD Secretary, Dr. Ben Carson

Source: HUD Secretary Ben Carson Opens Trump Cabinet Meeting with Prayer (cnsnews.com)