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Share the good news with 120 Million Homes in the U.S. BY 2027

Saturate USA With Good News (The Gospel)

120 MILLION HOMES IN THE U.S. BY 2027

The word gospel is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word which meant “the story concerning God.” In the New Testament the Greek word euaggelion, means “good news.” It proclaims tidings of deliverance.

Saturate USA is a God-sized vision to take the love of the Gospel to 120 million households by the end of 2027. The hope is to spark true repentance and revival in our beloved country. Please share this vision with your friends and colleagues so that they can join this exciting movement.

Our country needs to rediscover the message of the Gospel and we need to cry out in prayer for revival to sweep the land. United in love, and with God on our side, we can win America back to Christ.

(Watch Online) The Jesus Film (Translated into 1700 languages)

The Jesus Film Project app is completely free and available on iOS and Android devices. Get the app now and start watching and sharing a huge library of Jesus-centered films.

Example of  Outreach and sharing the Jesus Film in another Country:

  • Answering the call: Interview with James Akol | In The Thick of It.  After fleeing war in Southern Sudan and becoming a Christian, he returned to his community in Akuak Rak (village in the North of what is now the country of South Sudan) and felt the Lord calling him to bring the Gospel to the Rizeigat people – more commonly known during the war as the Janjaweed – the group at led the genocide of his people.

 

 

 

 

Nashville – Tax Increment Financing (TIF)

The statute over Redevelopment Commissions and the use of Tax Increment Financing is found in IC 36 -7-14.

Nashville, Indiana – TIF-Economic-Development-Plans

  • “Based on the assumption that the Redevelopment Commission could receive $4,000,000 in increment over the life of the Tax Increment Financing area, the Commission could spend approximately $4,000,000 on infrastructure in or serving the area.” (pg 30)

Feb 23, 2021, BCD. Redevelopment commission taking TIF plans to board this week By Abigail Youmans

  • The Nashville Redevelopment Commission has put together an economic plan and declaratory resolution which will go to the Brown County Area Plan Commission this week for approval, then to the Nashville Town Council as early as March.
  • If the documents pass those two steps, they would go back to the redevelopment commission for a confirmatory resolution.

The Use of Tax Increment Finance by Indiana Local Governments, Larry DeBoer
Department of Agricultural Economics Purdue University

  • Indiana law now makes clear that TIF is intended to fund infrastructure to promote
    development that would not occur but for the added infrastructure financed by
    the TIF revenues. Evidence that the development would not happen
    but for the establishment of the TIF district must be presented before
    the TIF district is approved.

Does Your Vote Matter, Really Matter?

Does Your Vote Matter, Really Matter?

“The Constitution, written by men with some experience of actual government, assumes that the chief executive will work to be king, the Parliament will scheme to sell off the silverware, and the judiciary will consider itself Olympian and do everything it can to much improve (destroy) the work of the other two branches. — David Mamet, “Why I am no Longer a Brain-dead Liberal”

YOU REALIZE NOW that it can be considered seditious, if not an outright admission of domestic terrorism leading to insurrection, to ask whether the 2020 presidential election was “stolen.” Are you allowed, though, to ask whether future elections might be stolen?
Good question, for without a thorough forensic examination of this last election we can have no idea how vulnerable we are in future elections. And please know that Indiana is not exempt in this regard, more about which in a moment.

During a stint as a U.S. Senate staffer, I attended several meetings with experts on election fraud. The setting was the contentious election for the legislative assembly of El Salvador. The Senate Foreign Relationship Committee had reason to believe that agents of the Soviet Union would try to fix the vote.

The experts listed a dizzying number of ways that elections are stolen in democracies throughout the world. They recommended that El Salvador install the most extreme methods to ensure integrity — photo identification, physical registration with signatures, thumb prints, secret inks, etc. (They would have laughed at the thought of mailing blank ballots to unknown addresses.)

Why didn’t we take such measures in U.S. elections? The answer was that the democratic process here in 1982 was uncommonly honest, Chicago and the Rio Grande Valley exempted.

Well, so much for that.

Even ignoring the 2020 debacle, American election fraud has become more common — commonplace even. The columnist Ann Coulter and others document numerous verified high profile cases beginning with the election of Lyndon Johnson to the U.S. Senate in 1947. Most recently, they include the 2000 Missouri senatorial election, the 2004 Washington gubernatorial election and the 2008 Minnesota senatorial election (100 convictions there for voter fraud).

According to the Electoral Integrity Project, the U.S. now is tied with Mexico for voter integrity, if that tells you anything. Among the factors that counted us down were no voter ID, mail-in ballots, duplicate registration, election observers being prevented from observing, unreliable voting machines, the media calling results while some areas are still voting and voter fraud not being prosecuted reliably.

In Indiana, regarding voting machines, we have no idea what we are dealing with. In research for the foundation, Margaret Menge was unable to get the Governor or the Secretary of State to verify the nature of official oversight of machines here.

Menge phoned Jay Bagga, a computer science professor at Ball State University who, along with criminal science professor Bryan Byers, runs VSTOP (Voting Systems Technical Oversight Program). That is the firm responsible for testing and recommending which voting machines the Indiana Election Commission should certify and approve. Bagga did not return the call.

In addition, the Secretary of State’s 2020 manual on elections administration produced for county clerks says: “The Secretary of State may designate counties as risk-limiting audit pilot counties.” Menge, however, could not get confirmation from the Secretary of State as to whether that is being done.

It is obviously important that citizens believe their votes are being counted accurately. That, however, is rarely the case in many supposed democracies. The result is low voter turnout, a historic marker of a banana republic.

People don’t bother to vote when they distrust the process. Democracy is a civic religion in such places, something that requires irrational faith. (Totalitarian “democracies” perversely require 100 percent voter participation in the attempt to prove they are not totalitarian.)

In that El Salvador election mentioned earlier voter turnout, if memory serves, was double the previous percentage. The difference was that the U.S. stepped in to ensure there would be an honest-to-goodness election.

The average turnout for presidential elections in the U.S. since 2000 has been about 60 percent. But with all the talk of voting irregularities, you might want to watch that percentage in coming years to determine which direction we are going — functional democracy or civic religion.

There are those in America today, call them cynics, who think that all of the talk in Washington about protecting democracy has more to do with legitimizing the rule of an elite class made up of both Republican and Democratic power players. Elections, they say, are no longer representative; they are more like 19th century tent revivals, complete with prearranged ”cures.”

The case of the cynics grew stronger this last year. It won’t be proved wrong until we are allowed to look at evidence presented at court and supported by testimony under oath. — tcl

The Citizenship Question by by Leo Morris

The Citizenship Question

by Leo Morris

Is U.S. citizenship still worth something?

That is such a grimly disheartening question because of where it came from.

I did not hear it from the usual “America is awful” crowd, the people who either think the republic always was and always will be an oppressive blight on the face of the Earth or believe the only way it can atone for its sins is for those who have been unfairly treated to unfairly treat everybody else.

It came to me from an enthusiastic follower of the Indiana Policy Review, for which I write these columns.

That is an organization dedicated to freedom and the constitutional principles that undergird it. If those who follow that vision are losing faith in the value of their franchise, is there any future left for the country?

There had better be. This country is still the best hope for the world, and to give up on its promise is to give up on all humankind.

America was founded on the single greatest political idea in history: Rights inhere in the individual.

Somewhere between anarchy and tyranny, people have forever tried to find the perfect government, the one that will provide the proper balance of autonomy and dependence. How can we best obtain security and still preserve our liberty?

Until America, the group was always paramount. There were no rights as such, merely privileges that could be granted or withheld to favored or shunned groups at the whim of an absolute ruler.

Then came our Declaration of Independence and Constitution to lay the foundation for a better way. Each individual person has rights – call them natural or God-given – just by virtue of being human that are beyond the purview of government. In fact, the chief justification for government is to protect those rights.

That is the basis of American Exceptionalism, a point President Obama missed – deliberately, I suspect – when he blithely said something to the effect that, well, all people think their country is exceptional.

America is exceptional because it found the exception to submission to tyranny.

And, yes, its behavior is often not exceptional. It does not always live up to its promise. You can find plenty of complaints from all across the political spectrum. The oligarchy is taking over. Cancel culture is rampant. There is anarchy in the streets. Equality of results has replaced equality of opportunity. Income inequality is out of control. And on and on.

I have my own concerns, especially about the leviathan state. I worry that the federal debt will crush us. It bothers me that the Supreme Court declared my property available for an economic developer with deep pockets, and that the state of Indiana declares the right to take people’s possessions by accusing them of crimes they have not even been tried for. It is astonishing that two presidents – Obama and George W. Bush – gave themselves the authority to have any American anywhere killed on their order alone and that there was no national outrage.

But consider: Those are holes in the only ship of state we have. If we abandon it, to which shore do we swim?

I am proud of some of the things I have done, ashamed of others. I try to take responsibility for my own actions, as all moral people should.

I try to avoid grand pronouncements about things outside my control. I cringe when people say they are ashamed to be an American, and I would never say I am proud to be an American. That is but an accident of birth.

But I am glad to be one. It is gratifying to be a citizen of a country that not only stands for the right thing but acknowledges its failures to live up to its own standards and always tries to do better.

If this nation, founded on the concept of natural rights, gets so many things wrong about freedom, imagine what the world would be like without America’s striving as an example. The more mistakes we make, the more we demonstrate how much we are needed.

“For if they do these things in a green tree,” it says in Luke 23:31, “what shall be done in the dry?”

I will leave it to the biblical scholars to offer the religious interpretation of that passage. But we can divine a secular meaning.

The world with America is a green tree, still capable of giving and nurturing life. The world without America would be so very, very dry.

Leo Morris, columnist for The Indiana Policy Review, is winner of the Hoosier Press Association’s award for Best Editorial Writer. Morris, as opinion editor of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, was named a finalist in editorial writing by the Pulitzer Prize committee. Contact him at leoedits@yahoo.com.

A biblical and non-biblical-based approach to improvement

A strategy that leverages the interrelationship between Christianity, Citizenship, and Quality Management.

Presentation (14 slides): 2021_02_ 06 C2QM Apologetic

Terms: Non-secular – based on a biblical worldview: Secular – non-religious based.

Common Ground?

  • Shared vision: Reducing variation from the ideal results in outcomes where everyone benefits or at least, are not any worse off in the long-term.
  • Common language: Anyone that has made a successful change has applied the variation principle. using different terms. Knowledge of common and special causes of variation, stable (predictable) and unstable systems can lead to more success. Common references to “systems” are routines and habits.
  • Common Method: Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Improvement Cycle.

W. Edwards Deming was a world leader in quality improvement, supported a secular approach, and was a devout Christian. Book:  Deming: “The Way We Knew Him by Frank Voehl:

Why has the west been so successful?  Ben Shapiro, PragerU.   (Video Length 5:43)

  • The Judeo-Christian tradition teaches that God created an ordered universe, and that we have an obligation to try to make the world better.
  • The Western world has produced some of the most prosperous and most free civilizations on earth. What makes the West exceptional? Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire and author of “The Right Side of History,” explains that the twin pillars of religious revelation and reason — emanating from ancient Jerusalem and Athens — form the bedrock for Western civilization’s unprecedented success.
  • Transcript:  Shapiro-Why_Has_the_West_Been_So_Successful-Transcript

Brown County (IN) Leader Network – Application of the strategy at the county level of government – We are in the proof of concept phase.

2020 Presidential Election – Points and Counterpoints

Feb 23, 2021. Why Do the Election’s Defenders Require My Agreement?  … By Michael Anton, American Greatness The purpose of voting today is to give a democratic veneer to an undemocratic regime—not to give the people a say in the direction of their government. 

  • Let me begin by repeating something I said to Sullivan: I do not actively disbelieve in the outcome of the 2020 election. I do not assert that the election was stolen. I also do not believe the election was totally fair, “belief” being an affirmative mental state. I say only that I don’t know; I haven’t been convinced either way. One side tried to convince me and failed (at least so far). The other side has made no such attempt but instead mostly shouts in my face that I must believe. The latter effort, in addition to being aggravating and insulting, has been less effective. 
    • Counting shutdowns in five states, in which one candidate was ahead, only to lose after the counting resumed;
    • “Found” tranches of ballots going overwhelmingly—sometimes exclusively—to one candidate, the eventual “winner”;
    • Sworn affidavits alleging the backdating of ballots;
    • Historically low rejection rates—as in, orders of magnitude lower—of mail-in ballots, suggesting that many obviously invalid ballots were accepted as genuine;
    • Mail-in and absentee ballots appearing without creases, raising the question of how they got into the envelopes required for their being mailed in;
    • Thousands upon thousands of ballots all marked for one presidential candidate without a single choice marked for any down-ballot candidate.
    • The absolute refusal to conduct signature audits—indeed, the discarding of many envelopes which alone make such audits possible—i.e., of the kind of recounts which are performed not merely to get the math right but to evaluate the validity of ballots;
    • Other statistical and historical anomalies too numerous to mention here.
  • None of the above other irregularities have been explained, nor will they ever be.
  • What we thus have is a voting system that is slapdash, inconsistent, porous, and easy to manipulate—i.e., cheat. Again, by design. The media, the intellectuals, the “experts,” the universities—every opinion-shaping sector of our society—both cheerlead and lie about all of this. 
  • The purpose of voting today is not to give the people a say in the direction of their government, nor to balance competing interests by alternating party control. It is rather to give a democratic veneer to an undemocratic regime. The phrase “Our Democracy™”—I lost count how many times Sullivan flung it at me—is a weaponized term meant to assert moral superiority and squelch dissent.
  • Sullivan repeatedly demanded that I explain how Our Democracy™ can survive as a democracy if something like half the country doesn’t believe in it anymore. The question was rhetorical. Sullivan knows the answer: it can’t.

Feb 24, 2021. Laurence Tribe: Justice Thomas is out of order on 2020 election, The Hill

Feb 24, 2021Where Do We Go to Get the Integrity of Our Vote Back? Benjamin Weingarten

  • The Supreme Court’s refusal to grapple with 2020 presidential election lawsuits concerning patently dubious policymaking by judges in Pennsylvania is a dereliction of duty of the highest order.
  • “The Pennsylvania Legislature established an unambiguous deadline for receiving mail-in ballots: 8 p.m. on election day. Dissatisfied, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court extended that deadline by three days. The court also ordered officials to count ballots received by the new deadline even if there was no evidence—such as a postmark—that the ballots were mailed by election day.”
  • “These cases provide us,” Justice Thomas asserted, “with an ideal opportunity to address just what authority nonlegislative officials have to set election rules, and to do so well before the next election cycle.
  • “The refusal to do so,” he concluded, “is inexplicable.”
  • “The decision to leave election law hidden beneath a shroud of doubt is baffling. By doing nothing, we invite further confusion and erosion of voter confidence. Our fellow citizens deserve better and expect more of us.”
  • What the Supreme Court codified yesterday, and what it started with the Texas rejection, is that election laws and procedures cannot be challenged beyond a state court, at any time, regardless of how badly those states shred the United States Constitution, and regardless of the major consequences to the other 49 states as a result. They don’t ever say that per se, but the results of what those two rulings have done are just that. Period.
  • This is proactive, and it absolutely legalizes institutional voter fraud and neuters state legislatures in lieu of state courts. Lawyers gonna lawyer, I reckon.

Trump Alum, Social Conservatives Launch Effort to Kill HR 1  By Philip Wegmann – RCP   By Philip Wegmann – RCP Staff,  February 23, 2021

  • The coalition’s goal, according to Cuccinelli, is addressing “a legitimate crisis of confidence in the quality of elections.” The campaign will focus on enacting reforms at the state level in the long run, but the groups are also preparing to immediately mobilize grassroots activists in West Virginia, Arizona, and Montana to pressure senators there into opposing passage of HR 1 in the upper chamber.

Justice Clarence Thomas Dissents From Supreme Court on Election Case: ‘We Need to Make It Clear’ BY JACK PHILLIPS  February 22, 2021 Updated: February 22, 2021 Epoch Times

  • Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas issued a dissenting opinion regarding the high court’s decision not to take up a case challenging the Pennsylvania Nov. 3 election results.  Other than Thomas, Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch also dissented.
  • Supreme Court to Consider 2020 Election Challenge Lawsuits in February Conference BY TOM OZIMEK February 6, 2021, Epoch TImes …  If, at the Feb. 19 conference, the Supreme Court decides to take up any of the election lawsuits, they most likely won’t be heard until October.
  • Biden not legitimately elected, two-thirds of Republicans say. – Associated Press – Friday, February 5, 2021, Washington Times
  • WASHINGTON — About two-thirds of Republicans say Joe Biden was not legitimately elected president, according to a new poll conducted barely two weeks after he was inaugurated.
  • Position: 2020  Election was fair
  • Joint Statement: Nov 12, 2021. Elections Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council and the Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating executive committees”
  • The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history. Right now, across the country, election officials are reviewing and double checking the entire election process prior to finalizing the result. 
  • There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.
  • “While we know there are many unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation about the process of our elections, we can assure you we have the utmost confidence in the security and integrity of our elections, and you should too. When you have questions, turn to elections officials as trusted voices as they administer elections.”
  • They’re trying to get ahead of news and minimize something they know is coming
  • Attorney General Barr: Justice Dept. finds no evidence of fraud to alter an election outcome, Dec 1, 2020. by Kevin JohnsonUSA TODAY
  • Local (County) Level – Statement supporting election integrity by the Brown County Indiana League of Women Voters (LoWV).  Letter: 2020 was the most secure election ever by Shari Frank
  • Detroit officials offer explanation on white van claim by ‘Stop the Steal’ advocates– The Washington Times – Sunday, February 14, 2021
  • The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election – BY MOLLY BALL FEBRUARY 4, 2021, TIME.
  • States caught up in ‘Stop the Steal’ rebut Trump’s claims point by point, – The Washington Times – Updated: 6:25 p.m. on Sunday, February 7, 2021
  • Lou Dobbs, and the most problematic claims Trump allies made about voting machines
  • ...machine company Smartmatic filed a $2.7 billion lawsuit against him, the cable news network and several purveyors of the debunked theory that its technology was used to commit massive voter fraud.
  • Dominion Voting Systems also suing several individuals:  Giuliani, Sydney Powell, Trump Campaign, Newsmax
  • Opposing Perspectives 
    • About a week ago I published some preliminary numbers regarding vote slipping, prepared by some very deep diving dolphin-speakers. They had only located, analyzed, And reconstructed about 18 of them at the time. They had found just short of 300,000 votes flipped. Now they have worked further through the data, and they have locked down what 85 case, for over 2 million votes. They are most of the way but not yet completely all the way through the data, so this may increase a little more.
  • The 2020-2021 Georgia Election Anomalies 
  • The vision thing: Handy guide to the biggest earthquake in human affairs in 2,000 years   
  •  In only 21 out of 80 cases has evidence been considered.  Trump has now won 14 of those, something hardly anyone is aware of.  In one case, in Michigan, the court has already agreed there’s good evidence that votes were digitally altered in voting systems.
  • By contrast, 34 cases have been dismissed without consideration of the evidence, on non-evidentiary grounds.  And 25 are still in process, most in various stages of heel-dragging, their evidence unreviewed.
  • This is the value-added comment I would offer.  It is entirely possible for the resources of the U.S. government to have watched this happening live.  That comment does not mean we did watch it.  It means we could have.  This is what I’ve alluded to in previous articles, and nothing has changed from the original assessment.  Since that assessment was based on known capabilities, and not certainty about timeline or intentions, nothing needed to change, or in fact will ever need to.
  • Trump actually had everything he needed in place to do what the U.S. government has the means to do, through the front door, by invoking his E.O. 13848 of September 2018.
  • As for the other allegations about the 2020 vote, none of them is “crazy.”  Far from being crazy, they are all fully documented in conventional ways, from voting records to hundreds of sworn affidavits to original videos of highly questionable and irregular activities at polling and vote-counting locations.  What they are not is adequately investigated by authorities.
  • How DJT Lost the White House, Chapter 2: Was there Foreign Interference in this Election? You Make the Call. 

    • In this chapter …  I shall start with an analysis of the packet traffic on Election Day 2020. As packets travel through the Internet they leave a trail, and dolphin-speakers using the right tools can, in a sense, “shine a light” and reveal those packet trails in the cyber-fog. Here is a video of only 1 minute which shows hundreds of foreign entities (many in China) who, on November 3, 2020, were hitting voting machines across Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia.
  • How DJT Lost The White House, Chapter 3: Crashing The White House (December 18-22)

    • I closed saying, “But Sir, entrepreneur to entrepreneur, I feel I must mention something. As you may know, I have been swimming around the outside of your administration for a couple months now, and I must tell you, I do not think you are being well-served by many people in the White House. I can bring in young staffers who will tell you that some of your senior leadership don’t want you to win. They want you to concede.”
    • I believe at that moment we all weighted the chances of our success high. As we walked home in the falling snow we confided in each other, You know, for me this is not really about Trump. But we cannot let a rigged election stand. If we do, it could mean civil war, and even a Chinese take-over of our country. All we need to do is follow this plan, expose what happened in those six counties by checking the ballots. If there is nothing amiss, then Trump gets in his helicopter and leaves, and there’s no civil war. But if we find chicanery, it will give an opportunity to blow this scheme up for the whole nation. Who knows how much fraud there is going to turn out to be in US elections? I think ‘a lot,’ what do you think?
  • How DJT Lost The White House, Chapter 4: The Christmas Doldrums (December 23- Noon January 6)

  • How DJT Lost The White House, Chapter 5: Agitation & Chaos (January 6 – 20)
  • How DJT Lost The White House, Chapter 6: The Aftermath

    • Referring to him as “President* Biden” accomplishes two things: it recognizes that he did, in fact, become President through the Constitutionally-mandated process; it also recognizes that irregularities (such as have been described in this story) marred that achievement. So Biden is indeed President*, in the same way that Barry Bonds owns the home-run record with 762*, and Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France 6* times.
    • Two people of whom I can say, “These two people are fully and entirely about helping the USA, and are not in it one iota for themselves.” Those two people are Sidney Powell and Mike Flynn. They have started an excellent organization, Defending the Republic, and they mean business.
    • The people of our country are suffering because elites sold them out. The people can look at what has happened over the last 30 – 40 years, and know they have been sold out. They correctly understand that when they look at Trump they are not looking at an “elite” but one who wants to stand up (however coarsely) against the elites on their behalf. That is his source of appeal, and that is what causes so many to look the other way on his personal foibles.
    • The same side maintaining there was no significant election fraud has since November 4 fought tooth-and-nail against allowing any real scrutiny of the systems to take place.
    • Now it continues the fight against transparency, knowing that revelations that might come from a full audit would shape Americans’ beliefs about the need to reform our election systems.  … That’s odd, because one would think that if they actually believed their assertions of there being no fraud, they would welcome scrutiny to establish that election fraud had not dominated the election.
    • Sweden’s strategy turned out to be the best. The second wave they experienced was not larger than the first, Sweden avoided turning into a police state, and now Covid-19 deaths have tapered to 0 (all data and graphs from World Health Organization website):
    • It does not take much imagination to fit the events of the last year to this paradigm.
      1. Demoralization of the country – Covid-19;
      2. Disorientation – Antifa & BLM;
      3. Crisis –election counting stopped in 6 cities in 6 swing states, then a surprise happened;
      4. Normalization – the media gaslighting anyone who sees anything odd about the election.
    • So why do things seem surreal? Perhaps because you are living through a psyop to take over our country, and reality as you know it is being engineered. That’s the weak hypothesis. … WHY DOES EVERYTHING SEEM SURREAL? THE STRONG HYPOTHESIS .. If the Weak Hypothesis is correct and we are living through a psyop, who is behind the psyop? China is behind the psyop.
  • TIME Expose
  • How the Left “Fixed” The 2020 Election. Video/YouTube Rekieta Law
  • Preemption: Sudden narrative push before Trump Senate trial depicts election-rigging as election-‘fortifying’   
    • Pure, 200-proof bias.  The whole article is soggy with it.  But what the article does – arrestingly, and at such a time as this – is admit that there was a “shadow campaign” – a conspiracy – a cabal – engaged to … well, not rig the election, oh no, but … fortify it.
    • You’re being played by the TIME article.  Its purpose is to shape preconceptions for you, so that you can’t listen objectively, with an open mind, to what Trump’s legal team may present.
    • What’s missing is what that link was.  It’s actually obvious what the link was as soon as Molly Ball cuts us the first name – Michael Podhorzer, AFL-CIO political director up until 2019 – but the link is never specified.  That’s probably because the link would be Barack Obama.  (His name is mentioned once in the article, in connection to Norm Eisen, “a prominent lawyer in his administration.”  Eisen was a law school classmate of Obama, and served as counsel to the House impeachment team in the 2020 Senate trial of Donald Trump.)
  • Video (3:09) Grant Stinchfield reacts to TIME exposé – The coordinate effort to rig the Game

  • Time Article Shows Information Operation Is Blown…The People Know…Now Deep State Scared Of Legal Consequences 
    •  It’s Time To Sue, Sue, Sue…Did I Mention Sue?
    • The American people are now ‘woke’…seriously f’ing woke…and VERY angry.
    • Most Americans do not realize the evidence for election fraud that occurred on Nov 3rd of last year has still to this day not been heard in a court of law. Every case was rejected for ‘standing’, not on the merits. No case for election fraud has ever been heard on the merits.

  • Time Magazine: ‘Secret,’ ‘Well-funded Cabal’ Worked to ‘Protect’ 2020 Election by JOEL B. POLLAK  
    • Time magazine has published a detailed account of what it describes as a “conspiracy” between “left-wing activists and business titans” to create “an extraordinary shadow effort” to “protect” the 2020 presidential election.
  • Delingpole: Presidential Election Wasn’t ‘Rigged’; It Was ‘Fortified’, Says Time Magazine JAMES DELINGPOLE  
    • TIME: That’s why the participants want the secret history of the 2020 election told, even though it sounds like a paranoid fever dream–a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information. They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it. And they believe the public needs to understand the system’s fragility in order to ensure that democracy in America endures.
    • Could this have anything to do, you wonder, with President Trump’s upcoming impeachment trial? … My suspicion that Time’s piece is both pre-emptive strike and damage limitation exercise. It anticipates the possibility that Trump will provide evidence in support of his claim that the election was “stolen.” … This evidence will be much harder to brush under the carpet in the Senate.
  • Michael Lindell – Video:  Absolute  Proof.  Mike Lindell Releases Explosive Documentary on the 2020 Election – “ABSOLUTE PROOF” Film Includes Testimony and Interviews from Experts on Historic Fraud in 2020 Election
  • YouTube, Vimeo remove My Pillow CEO’s conspiratorial pro-Trump film  – The Washington Times – Saturday, February 6, 2021  
    • Larry Johnson: A Closer Look at the Hammer and Scorecard By Larry JohnsonPublished February 8, 2021 at 10:13pm Gateway Pundit
      • This brings me to the Mary Fanning segment in the Michael Lindell produced video, ABSOLUTE PROOF. Mary Fanning claims to have evidence that foreign servers, including locations in China and Iran, were changing vote totals in specific counties. Unfortunately, she has not published any of this alleged evidence. You just have to trust her. But I dug into the information she is relying on and learned that her source is Dennis Montgomery. … Montgomery has a checkered past:
      • XKEYSCORE: It was, simply put, the closest thing to science fiction I’ve ever seen in science fact: an interface that allows you to type in pretty much anyone’s address, telephone number, or IP address, and then basically go through the recent history of their online activity. – Eric Snowden
      • Mary Fanning – Data: How was this obtained? I cannot think of a legal way such intelligence could be obtained by a private citizen. Was it leaked by someone in the NSA? Did Dennis grab it using classified tools he is not legally entitled to possess? Was this provided by someone tied to a foreign government intelligence service? Or, is it fabricated?
    • Larry Johnson: Here Is What I See as The Strengths and Weaknesses of Mike Lindell’s Movie “Absolute Proof”
  • WATCH: Trump impeachment lawyer says he’ll use video of Dems’ own remarks at trial By DML News App  
  • Trump’s lawyers reject accusations of inciting Capitol riot, call impeachment unconstitutional – The Washington Times – Tuesday, February 2, 2021 
    • The legal brief rejects Democrats’ accusation that Mr. Trump made false claims about widespread election fraud. … “Insufficient evidence exists upon which a reasonable jurist could conclude that the 45th President’s statements were accurate or not, and he therefore denies they were false,” the lawyers wrote. 
    • The Dem House managers won’t provide evidence that Trump’s statements were false — not only because they don’t have anything beyond declarations — but simply because nobody really knows whether the election results in the contested six states are valid or not, free from error or not, lathered with fraud or not.
    • Trump himself will have at least three hours – with or sans counsel — to puff-off feather dust claims that he incited a riot on January 6th, but more important, present all of the material that formed his opinion about the lack of election integrity — most notably the exhaustive presentations by Peter Navarro — covering ballot fraud, numerous ballot process irregularities, and violations or rewrites of state legislature-enacted election laws by officials without sanction from legislatures, obviously unconstitutional at both the state and federal levels.
  • By Andrea Widburg
  • What I’m finding and continuing to find, because we’re actually still doing research, and we’re looking forward to presenting it more aggressively without the constraints of the lawsuits we were entangled with initially, is that among those three states, the number of illegal ballots surpassed the margin of victory. Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona, without those three, Joe Biden isn’t president – and I think we can prove that fairly conclusively.
  •  … it’s perfectly reasonable and appropriate for Trump to include in his defense evidence that the election was stolen.
  • If Matthew Braynard can prove that, in at least three of the contested states, massive fraud in the form of fake paper ballots led to Biden’s so-called victory, Biden has no right to occupy the White House. And if he has no right to occupy the White House, every act – every Executive Order, every person appointed, every rule made – is null.  ….  I’m not saying this is a winning argument but it’s an argument.
  • Demanding Election Integrity: Tracy Beanz Interviews JovanHuttonPulitzer™By  Wendi Strauch Mahoney, January 31, 2021
  • Regarding the claim of the 2020 election being the most secure in history, Pulitzer stated:  “it just isn’t true.” There were people who signed affidavits saying that some liberal counties had ballots with no bar codes. Pulitzer says some counties had ballots with print that was out of alignment and there were variations in ballots where there shouldn’t have been. Most importantly, from the time a ballot is placed into the hands of a voter, to the time it is placed in boxes in a warehouse, the ballot changes many hands, opening the process to fraud.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the Breakdown on the 80 Cases Related to the 2020 Presidential Election  By Joe Hoft Published February 4, 2021 at 10:02pm Gateway Pundit

  • The Navarro Report by Dr. Peter K. Navarro
  • The Navarro Report Vol I, II, III – Feb. 2, 2021
  • Navarro was an advisor to the administration on trade policy.  The report was prepared in his capacity as a private citizen.
  • The Navarro Report’ should be the cornerstone of the Trump defense, by – – Wednesday, February 3, 2021 Washington TImes …  To fight back, Donald Trump must aggressively embrace his Impeachment Trial opportunity to prosecute his case that the election was indeed stolen.
  •  Part 1 – The Immaculate Deception: A Coordinated Effort To Stack Election Against Trump. Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities
  • Part 2 The-Art-of-the-Steal-1-5-21-FINAL
  • Part III. Yes, President Trump Won. The case, evidence, and statistical receipts.
  • Natelson is a former constitutional law professor, senior fellow in constitutional jurisprudence at the Independence Institute in Denver, and a senior adviser to the Convention of States movement.
    • Part 1. Don’t Be Fooled! Don’t Let Them Divert Us From Ensuring Electoral Integrity! Rob Natelson,  January 11, 2021
      • The goals of this diversion apparently are to (1) move public attention away from election irregularities and the legitimacy of the Biden presidency, (2) forestall honest investigation into those irregularities, and (3) prevent corrective action.
    • Part 2. Saving America and Election Integrity: Rob Natelson  January 13, 2021 

      • The liberal media claim any problems were minor and couldn’t have affected the results. But they started making this claim just a few days after the election, well before any serious investigation was possible. Furthermore, the claim rests heavily on self-serving statements by the very election officials ultimately responsible for screw-ups. It also relies on dismissal of the challengers’ judicial cases, although nearly all were dismissed for procedural reasons, not because their allegations were wrong. And—as explained below—there’s just too much evidence to the contrary for the media assertions to be credible. There was one huge election irregularity no one is discussing, but which was undeniable: States throughout the country ignored both the Constitution’s Same Day Clause and federal law in carrying out the 2020 popular vote.
    • Part 3. Saving America and Election Integrity: Rob NatelsonJanuary 18, 2021
      • Corruption of elections is a much greater threat to the republic than a few hundred rioters entering the Capitol, as bad as that was. At a time when key constitutional curbs on the federal government have been disabled, free and fair elections are particularly vital.
    • Part 4. How State Legislatures Can Break the Power of Corrupt Big-City Machines in Presidential Elections. Jan 21, 2021 Updated Jan 23, 2021.
      • This essay explains how lawmakers in swing states can contain local corruption in presidential elections: by changing how their states choose presidential electors.
    • Part 5. The Solution Is a Convention of the States  Natelson January 25, 2021, Updated: January 25, 2021 
      • This essay outlines the fourth, and most important, agenda item. This is to enshrine corrective reforms in the U.S. Constitution. Experience shows that constitutional amendments have lasting power that other restraints—including laws and provisions in the original Constitution—don’t possess.

DOH Law Suit

United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.  JOHN SIMPSON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. BROWN COUNTY, et al., Defendants-Appellees. No. 16-2234 Decided: June 26, 2017

This appeal presents a classic test of procedural due process. As the case comes to us, we must assume that a county board revoked a man’s professional license without giving him prior notice or an opportunity to be heard.”

Stipulation Dismissal and unsigned order

DE 108 Order of dismissal – signed – dated 8/2/18.

 

CVC and CVB Financial Reports

 

CVC Budget 2021 – Requested from Auditor

GuideStar – Nashville Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau Inc (CVB)

IRS Forms 990: Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax – Open to Public Inspection.

The IRS requires all U.S. tax-exempt nonprofits to make public their three most recent Form 990 or 990-PF annual returns (commonly called “990s”) and all related supporting documents. They must also make public their Form 1023, which organizations file when they apply for tax-exempt status.

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