Monday, August 7, 2017


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Either Trump is correct or the published reports are correct, but both cannot be. There is simply too much evidence that McMaster is working against Trump’s agenda to be ignored. Why Trump is standing by this energetically insubordinate official is a mystery.
“Trump Stands by McMaster, Claims He’s ‘Very Pro-Israel,’” by Adam Shaw, Breitbart, August 4, 2017:
President Trump defied his base Friday and defended under-fire national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster from accusations that he is anti-Israel and opposed to the president’s agenda — as calls for his firing among conservatives heat up.
“General McMaster and I are working very well together,” Trump said in a statement emailed to the New York Times. “He is a good man and very pro-Israel. I am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country.”
Senior Adviser and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner also backed the globalist general: “General McMaster is a true public servant and a tremendous asset for the president and the administration,” he said.
“He has created and oversees a very thorough and clear process for the agencies to work together to give the president credible options to advance the president’s priorities for America’s foreign policy,” Kushner added.
McMaster replaced Gen. Michael Flynn after Flynn resigned in February over his accounts of a conservation with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. But McMaster has faced accusations he is anti-Israel due to his support of the Iran nuclear deal and reports that he refers to Israel as “the occupying power.”
The Jerusalem Post’s Caroline Glick claimed that McMaster’s bias came out during Trump’s visit to Israel:
What hasn’t been reported is that it was McMaster who pressured Trump to agree not to let Netanyahu accompany him to the Western Wall. At the time, I and other reporters were led to believe that this was the decision of rogue anti-Israel officers at the US consulate in Jerusalem. But it wasn’t. It was McMaster.
In February McMaster was said to have told his staff he is not fond of the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” and told them not to use it in the office. His justification was allegedly that terrorists are “un-Islamic” — a common talking point on the left.
But he enraged Trump’s base this week then he fired Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence on the National Security Council — the third conservative departure in a week. He then reportedly came to the astonishing conclusion that former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice did nothing wrong by unmasking Trump campaign officials during the transition — a belief firmly at odds with past statements by Trump.
McMaster’s various moves have been noticed by Trump’s base, with #FireMcMaster becoming a trending hashtag on Twitter, and a regular topic on conservative news sites — including Breitbart News. The Times reported that the hashtag had been tweeted at least 50,000 times since Wednesday.
Fox News pundit Sean Hannity asked whether McMaster needed to be fired over his reported treatment of the Susan Rice scandal.
The Times noted that Frank Gaffney Jr., president of the Center for Security Policy, had called McMaster “insubordinate to his commander in chief” in areas such as Islamic terrorism….
 McMaster calls Israel “illegitimate,” 
“occupying power”
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If the Trump administration is going to have any integrity and coherence in its policies toward Israel and the jihad threat in general, McMaster (and all his allies and cohorts) must go. And the sooner the better. The Trump administration has been sending mixed signals since its inception. It’s a far cry from the confidence and decisiveness that Trump projected on the campaign trail. If Trump doesn’t soon recover some sense of what he initially intended to do, he will end up being Obama’s third term.
“Official: McMaster calls Israel ‘illegitimate,’ ‘occupying power,’” by Jordan Schachtel, Conservative Review, August 3, 2017 (thanks to the Geller Report):
It’s not a coincidence that national security adviser H.R. McMaster has chosen to eliminate the pro-Israel voices at the National Security Council, three West Wing and defense officials (who chose to speak on background for diplomatic sensitivity reasons) told Conservative Review.
In interviews with several current and former members of President Trump’s inner circle, a profile of McMaster has emerged as a man fiercely opposed to strengthening the U.S. alliance with the Jewish state.
On Wednesday, American-born Israeli journalist Caroline Glick detailed explosive allegations concerning McMaster’s views on Israel. Glick is a well-known pro-Israel columnist and has established connections with the Trump administration. Many of the details in this story emerged from questions asked about Glick’s allegations.
The list of pro-Israel voices in the administration that were removed from McMaster’s National Security Council now includes: Steve Bannon, K.T. McFarland, Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Derek Harvey, Rich Higgins, Adam Lovinger, and Tera Dahl.
McMaster not only shuns Israel, he is also historically challenged on Arab-Israeli affairs, according to the sources.
“McMaster constantly refers to the existence of a Palestinian state before 1947,” a senior West Wing official tells CR (there was never an independent Palestinian state), adding that McMaster describes Israel as an “illegitimate,” “occupying power.”
The NSC chief expressed great reluctance to work with Israel on counterterror efforts, as he shut down a joint U.S.-Israel project to counter the terrorist group Hezbollah’s efforts to expand Iran’s worldwide influence. The project was led by the now-former NSC Middle East director Derek Harvey.
In July, Palestinian terrorists armed with rifles left the al-Aqsa mosque compound and assassinated two Israeli police officers. Afterward, Israeli security forces installed metal detectors outside the Jerusalem mosque for protection. McMaster, however, didn’t see it that way. He viewed the security measures as “just another excuse by the Israelis to repress the Arabs,” a senior defense official tells CR.
A senior West Wing official explained McMaster’s anti-Israel posture further:
“In advance of the president’s trip to Israel, there was a lot of desire from within the Trump administration for [Israeli PM Benjamin] Netanyahu to join the president at the Western Wall. McMaster didn’t even want [Trump] to go to the Western Wall. He only wanted the president to visit the Holocaust Museum.”
A deal was ultimately cut, and the president visited the Western Wall — but without Netanyahu.
In May, while briefing reporters, McMaster infamously refused to recognize that the Western Wall (one of the holiest sites in Judaism) was part of Israel.
After his stand against Israel’s sovereignty, McMaster’s NSC staff (composed mostly of Obama holdovers and new liberal appointees) applauded his anti-Israel posture….
 McMaster blocked Ayaan Hirsi Ali from speaking to NSC and meeting Trump: “Islamophobic”
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McMaster appears to be doing all he can to make sure that the truth about Islam and jihad is not discussed at the NSC or the White House. He must go. He must go soon.
“Censored! McMaster Barred Scholar Ayaan Hirsi Ali from Giving Talk on Radical Islam at NSC,” by Mike Cernovich, Medium, August 4, 2017 (thanks to the Geller Report):
Ayaan Hirsi Ali was schedule to present a paper on radical Islamic terror at the National Security Counsel before being blocked by H.R. McMaster and his recently appointed Senior Director of Counter-Terrorism, Mustafa Javed Ali.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who was in town to present her work to the Senate, was also prohibited from visiting the President during her White House visit, where she was allowed to meet with select members of the NSC in an informal setting.
Asked why she was censored, a source reported, “Mustafa Javed Ali said she was Islamophobic, and that the only way she could present her paper would be to have someone from CAIR come in to refute her work.”
This “both sides” justification for banning Ali was, according to my source, “complete bulls*t.”
“People come in to present their views every day. There’s no requirement that every presentation be a debate.”…
TREACHERY: McMaster Promoted Terror-Tied CAIR Mustafa Javed Ali Who BARRED Ayaan Hirsi Ali Talk at NSC
"Ayaan Hirsi Ali was schedule to present a paper on radical Islamic terror at the National Security Counsel before being blocked by H.R. McMaster and his recently appointed Senior Director of Counter-Terrorism, Mustafa Javed Ali.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who was in town to present her work to the Senate, was also prohibited from visiting the President during her White House visit, where she was allowed to meet with select members of the NSC in an informal setting."
 Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Islam 
and the Defense of Western Civilization 
 Published on Jul 22, 2017
For The New Criterion, Ben Weingarten, commentator and Founder & CEO of ChangeUp Media sits down with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, ardent defender of Western civilization and individual liberty against Islamic supremacism. New York Times bestselling author of ‘The Caged Virgin,’ ‘Infidel’ and ‘Nomad’ and ‘Heretic. Former Dutch MP, fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, founder of the AHA Foundation Ayaan Hirsi Ali and recipient of The New Criterion’s fourth annual Edmund Burke Award for Service to Culture & Society for an in-depth interview.

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But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction. 2 Peter 2:1
Becky Fisher is the founder and director of Kids in Ministry International, a charismatic children’s ministry where Becky travels the world teaching children, according to her website, “the meat and deeper truths of God’s word by going beyond the basic Bible stories and teaching children biblical doctrine,” as well as “equipping them for the work of the ministry,” and “creating an atmosphere and opportunities where children can experience the presence of God on a regular basis.”
While some of these things may sound good on the surface, upon examination of Becky Fisher’s teachings, serious problems arise. According to her statement of faith, she affirms the errant belief in “divine healing, through faith in the Name of Jesus Christ,” and that “healing is included in the Redemption.” This alone is an erroneous teaching that is popular among the charismatic and Pentecostal sects of Christendom, but Fisher takes it to an even more blasphemous level by claiming the power to raise people from the dead.

Becky Fischer with the late C. Peter Wagner.
Fischer is part of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and is part of an “apostolic” ministry network known as Harvest Ministries International. Some of the notable theological errors rampant within this network are the belief in modern day apostles, the practice of speaking in tongues (glossolalia), and the continuation of other apostolic sign gifts including miracles, prophecy, and healings. Fischer is also a member of Global Spheres under the direction of Chuck Pierce, and the late C. Peter Wagner (founder of the NAR) and was commissioned by them in 2015.
Fischer’s ministry is most notably known for its appearance in the 2003 documentary, Jesus Camp, which documents a summer camp that indoctrinates children into a charismatic moralization system while minimizing the actual content of the gospel message. In this documentary, she states,
It’s no wonder with that kind of intense training and discipling that those young people are ready to kill themselves for the cause of Islam. I want to see young people who are as committed to the cause of Jesus Christ as young people are to the cause of Islam. I wanna see them as radically laying down their lives for the Gospel as they are over in Pakistan and Israel and Palestine and all those different places, you know, because we have… excuse me, but we have the truth!
She believes that young children should be indoctrinated into a religious system that would lead them to kill themselves for its cause. While acknowledging that Christianity is the truth as opposed to Islam, the difference is that the Scriptures do not call Christians to commit acts of terrorism or suicide for the name of Christ. Her school of indoctrination into her false, charismatic form of Christianity should be avoided. Christianity is not achieved through indoctrination, it is achieved by the shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross and by His grace alone. Of course, children of Christian parents should be raised and instructed in the faith, but this is not the same as indoctrination, or, as in Islam, brainwashing.
Becky is a member of Global Spheres, under the leadership of Chuck Pierce and C. Peter Wagner, and was a featured teacher at the Wagner Leadership Institute in Brazil along with Wagner and others. She was commissioned under Global Spheres in 2015. She is also a member of the Women in Ministry Network (WIMN) under false prophet Patricia King.
Fischer’s ministry is growing in popularity especially among the charismatic crowd. She is targeting children and parents around the world, especially in less developed countries, and deceiving them with false signs and wonders. In the video below, you can see Fischer teaching children in Singapore how to “raise people from the dead.” This is completely false and Fischer is a false teacher that should be marked and avoided.

For more on Fischer and the NAR, see these articles:
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September 21 @ 7:00 pm – September 23 @ 5:00 pm UTC


Cindy Jacobs has declared, “I have prophesied and prophesied into this. If I am a prophet at all, there is a worldwide children’s revival coming!”
We not only believe it, but we are seeing it happen through our ministry and others who are like-minded! And it’s not going to look like anything we have seen before! Everywhere people are stepping out against the status quo and introducing children to a living God, radical things are happening.
ARE YOU HUNGRY FOR A KIDSMIN CONFERENCE WHERE THERE IS A MOVE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT? Then this is it! The testimonies these speakers will be sharing will inspire you to greater heights in your kids ministry!
We would love to have you come in person if you can. but space is limited, so sign up soon! But if you can’t come, then be sure to watch us online with live streaming. Either way, you do have to register, so go to this site for more details and registration.

GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE: (See more details below)

Becky Fischer, Director of Kids in Ministry International
Michelle Wellborn, Missionary evangelist and family with King’s Castle Ministries in South America
Olly Goldenberg, from England, author of the Josiah Generation and the book series God’s Generals for Kids with Roberts Lairdon.
Tim Carpenter, Training Leaders to establish PowerClubs in Public schools

THIS EVENT ALSO INCLUDES OUR ANNUAL GRADUATION CEREMONIES FOR OUR STUDENTS in our School of Supernatural Children’s Ministry and our PowerClub Training Course. This is a tremendous celebration that includes prayer and prophetic ministry for all graduates and an opportunity for them to meet our KIMI leaders. We take graduation very seriously!


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Evening Services Are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

(Recommended Hotel: For those attending the 2017 FRESH FIRE KIMI Annual Leadership Conference, we have reserved a block of rooms at the Comfort Inn & Suites, Mandan, ND, just five minutes away from the Fire Center, where the conference will be held. To receive our special rates ask for the rooms with Kids in Ministry International. The deadline is Sept 12. Their phone number is (701) 751-7484. their website is here:  Comfort Inn)
Becky Fischer, director of Kids in Ministry International, will be speaking on What’s Next? Where is God taking children’s ministry in the next few years? This is going to be a conference with far-reaching prophetic impact! 
Michelle Wellborn and family will be speaking in our General Session on Friday night. She and her children will be praying for the sick at the end of the service. You won’t want to miss it! (Both evening services are free and open to the local public. No need to register.)
Michelle and family have been home on leave from the mission field this year. Listen to Michelle talk about what’s currently happening in their ministry.

Olly Goldenberg has been ministering to children in churches and outside of the church for over twenty years. For fifteen of these years he led one of the largest children’s ministries in Europe, Kensington Temple, London, (where R.T. Kendall was once pastor)with responsibility for children aged 0–14. The ministry more than doubled in size under his leadership. He saw a reversal of the trend of children leaving the church, with many of the children leading their friends to Jesus and discipling them in their schools and homes.
Currently he leads a ministry, together with his wife and five children, called ‘Children Can,’ based in the United Kingdom. Through producing resources, modelling ministry and training leaders they have inspired thousands of leaders from different nations and denominations to know how to lead children from a head knowledge of God to a passionate relationship with him. At the heart of their ministry is a passion to see children raised as disciples of Jesus.
We have Olly’s inspiring book “The Josiah Generation, “ He also co-authored the kids book series God’s General’s for Kids with Roberts Lairdon! All are in our online store.
Tim Carpenter will also be returning to do a full training for everyone interested in starting a PowerClub in local schools in his inspiring session on JESUS WANTS TO GO TO SCHOOL! 

Tim’s challenge to us was what if we could take the Gospel to a place where many have not even heard the Name of Jesus and empower kids to advance the Kingdom in a place where the Bible and prayer are not allowed? This is not a foreign third world nation, it’s our public elementary schools.”
Tim cast the vision last year concerning in our annual conference. You can watch his session below! But this year Tim is coming back, not just for one session, but for three practical workshops, to show us an A-Z plan on launching an after school Power Club in any school. Anyone can do it and it’s perfectly legal! Tim answer all your questions about liability, legality and building a team. If you have the heart of a kids evangelist, this workshop is for you!
Tim has been a dynamic kid’s evangelist, Project Editor/Curriculum Developer for KIDS Church Next Generation, and the Billy Graham Association He’s has also served as a children’s pastor with Jesse Duplantis Ministries and Bethany Church in Louisiana. He is an anointed trumpet player and has played for well-known Christian music groups such as the Rhema Singers and Band. He has been very active in recent years with Child Evangelism Fellowship overseeing their public elementary school Bible clubs. Tim’s vision is to simply help kids experience the transforming power and love of Jesus in and through their lives.

ABOVE: CLIP - What Christian Parents Can Learn from Mormons, Muslims, & Jews from Kids in Ministry International on Vimeo.

ABOVE: CLIP - How the Kingdom of Darkness Operates in Children from Kids in Ministry International on Vimeo.

ABOVE: Children & Holy Spirit_CLIP from Kids in Ministry International on Vimeo.

ABOVE: CLIP_Deliverance and Kids from Kids in Ministry International on Vimeo.
Becky Fischer-Child Abuser-Jesus Camp 2006- NAR- childrens ministry now 

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They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us. But they went out, that it might become plain that they all are not of us.  –1 John 2:19
This is a powerful statement to the striking truth that John writes about false converts. Scripture has much to say about apostasy and those who have come to the faith on specious grounds. Scripture teaches Christians will know one-another by their fruits, and false converts and false teachers bear bad fruit. And Beth Moore? Well…she bears bad fruit.
Beth Moore began her career as a small group women’s bible teacher and author of women’s Bible studies. According to her bio, “at the age of 18, Beth sensed God calling her to work for Him. Although she couldn’t imagine what that would mean, she made it her goal to say yes to whatever He asked.” One might ask, “how did God call her to become a famous worldwide preacher?” In light of the clear teaching of Scripture that a woman must remain silent in the churches and hold no authority over men, Moore has clearly usurped the authority of men and has created her own doctrine to follow. She now preaches to not just women, but men, who are part of the visible church, and attempts to exposit the Word of God to them.
As one who began her ministry in a Southern Baptist church, she’s now turned full-on charismatic. Scripture teaches that one of the fruits of redemption is sanctification–a work of the Holy Spirit. That is, that one is led out of moral corruption, but also theological error, not deeper into into it. Beth Moore is no stranger to theological error. Her gravest error? That God gives her visions–and these visions are contradictory to Scripture. Her visions range from being raised up in the air and watching God tear down the denominational divide between the false church of Rome and the true Church, uniting “all sectors of Christendom,” to getting a vision from God about giving money to a woman at a random bus stop. Moore regularly convenes with other false teachers in the Word of Faith movement including Christine Caine and Joyce Meyer. Simply put, Beth Moore has slid from small town small group teacher to a world-renown Pentecostal Word of Faith prosperity gospel preacher. This is clearly not the work of the Holy Spirit.
Beth Moore’s latest venture received an interesting word of acclamation from Charisma News where she was panegyrized by Lee Grady who wrote, “her message was so convicting and so saturated in the Holy Spirit that people ran to the stage even though she didn’t even invite people to the altar.” Moore was speaking at the 28th General Conference of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, a revival gathering in Orlando, FL, which included leaders from the Assemblies of God, the Church of God, and Nigeria’s Redeemed Christian Church of God.
According to Grady, he couldn’t decide if a Southern Baptist’s call to embrace the “holy fire” of Pentecostalism was “more fascinating” than the fact that a Southern Baptist woman was preaching to men. According to the article, Moore says,
We are settling for woefully less than what Jesus promised us, I read my New Testament over and over. I’m not seeing what He promised. I’m unsettled and unsatisfied…I want holy fire!
  • For he satisfies the longing soul, and the hungry soul he fills with good things. –Psalm 107:9
  • The afflicted shall eat and be satisfied; those who seek him shall praise the Lord! May your hearts live forever!  –Psalm 22:26
  • In your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.  –Psalm 16:11
What is it that she’s not seeing that Jesus promised? Is she seriously claiming that Jesus is not delivering on what he promised? This statement is simply blasphemous. Jesus promised eternal life to those who would repent and believe in Him. Is she denying that this promise is being fulfilled? Is there something more than this that she wants? Who could make such a claim? Of course, this is one of the deceptive errors of Pentecostalism and charismaticism–that God owes us anything and that His Son Jesus is not enough.
Bad fruit!
Perhaps, in this context, one of the most notable fruits of apostasy is the simple fact that Charisma News lauds you as though you’re the greatest thing since the Azusa Street revival. Grady states,
I’ve heard a lot of excellent preaching over the years. But listening to Beth Moore was uncanny because her sermon was not about her, and it didn’t draw attention to her. There was no swagger. There was no pretense. The sweet dew of heaven rested on this woman.
I could hear the Holy Spirit speaking loud and clear through a broken vessel.
This woman blasphemes God regularly. This is not the “sweet dew of heaven,” this is the work of the enemy who uses this woman to spread rumors about God that cannot in any way be substantiated by His Word. She tells stories–lies. Everything this woman talks about is of herself. She reads herself into the Scriptures where she does not belong. She’s narcissistic, she’s Word of Faith, she condones other false teachers and she embraces the heresy of Montanism and has dived into it head first. And what does she do when the true church criticizes her false teachings? She complains and makes accusations. This is the enemy’s tactic.
Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth.John 17:17
Beth Moore is clearly not being sanctified in the truth of God’s Word. She is fleeing further and further from it. She twists the truth.
For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. 2 Timothy 4:3-4
Click Here to see the numerous testimonies of people who have broken free from the bondage of Beth Moore’s false teachings.
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 Judge Neely Censured
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 WASHINGTON — A judge in Wyoming who was censured earlier this year for 
making a comment to the media three years ago that she couldn’t officiate 
same-sex unions as a Christian, and who consequently lost her position as 
magistrate, has appealed her case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
“This case presents an important free-exercise question,” the petition, filed by Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) on behalf of Judge Ruth Neely, reads. “Although the state has a system of individualized exemptions that permits magistrates to decline marriages for nearly any secular reason, the Wyoming Supreme Court held that Judge Neely could not refer same-sex-marriage requests (if she ever received any) to other magistrates for the religious reason she expressed.”
As previously reported, Neely told a reporter for the Sublette Examiner in 2014 after a federal judge struck down the state’s ban on same-sex “marriage” that she personally could not take part in the officiation.
 “I will not able to do them,” Neely stated. “We have at least one magistrate who will do same-sex marriages, but I will not be able to. … When law and religion conflict, choices have to be made.”

She made clear that her personal inability would not stop homosexuals from finding a local judge to officiate.
In January 2015, following a complaint from Democratic Party Chairwoman Ana Cuprill, the Wyoming Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics launched an investigation into Neely’s remarks.
It soon issued her a notice of that disciplinary proceedings would commence. Neely was accused of violating six rules of judicial conduct, including that she “manifested a bias” by her statement and therefore possessed prejudice in regard to so-called sexual orientation.

Neely, who has served as judge for over 20 years, has never been asked to officiate a same-sex ceremony.
The Commission advised Neely during the disciplinary proceedings that if she admitted wrongdoing and resigned her position, and agreed to never again run for judicial office, it would drop the matter. She declined.
The Commission then asked Neely last February if she would issue a public apology for her statement and agree to officiate same-sex ceremonies. She replied that she could not because of her religious convictions.
Neely also wrote in a letter to the state’s judicial ethics advisory committee, “Homosexuality is a named sin in the Bible, as are drunkenness, thievery, lying, and the like. I can no more officiate at a same-sex wedding than I can buy beer for the alcoholic.”
Therefore, the Commission recommended to the Wyoming Supreme Court that Neely be removed from office.
While the court did find Judge Ruth Neely’s words to be a violation of the Wyoming Code of Judicial Conduct, it did not believe that she had committed any acts worthy of removal.
“Judge Neely has not violated a clear procedural rule governing the performance of her legal duties. As a municipal court judge, she had no authority to perform marriages. As a part-time circuit court magistrate, she had the power to perform marriage ceremonies, but she was not required to do so. She has not violated the law in her daily life, and she has not violated a procedural rule of law,” wrote Justices James Burke, William Hill and Kate Fox.
However, they declared that going forward, Neely must either agree to perform all marital ceremonies or none at all. The court further said that the the circuit court judge who appointed her as a magistrate was to also decide whether Neely would be able to continue to serve in that capacity.
A week later, Neely lost her position as magistrate.
“The Wyoming Supreme Court demanded that Judge Neely either commit to performing same-sex weddings or stop performing all weddings—an ultimatum that drove her from her magistrate position,” ADF Senior Counsel Jim Campbell explained in a press release on Friday. “The court didn’t need to do that. If Judge Neely were ever asked to officiate a same-sex wedding, which has never happened and the court acknowledged was ‘not likely’ to occur, she would’ve quickly connected that couple to judges able to perform their wedding.”
“That is exactly what other judges do when they face secular conflicts, and there’s no reason why Judge Neely’s religious conflict should be treated worse,” he said.
ADF is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to at least hold the petition pending the upcoming Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling.

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 WASHINGTON — A pro-life activist who has been banned from releasing any 
further footage of undercover recordings from the 2014 and 2015 National 
Abortion Federation Conventions has taken his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
David Daleiden is appealing his case from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld a lower court ruling in March prohibiting Daleiden from releasing any further videos from the event, in part due to the safety risks that they could present to abortion providers.
“We are appealing to the highest court in quest of justice,” Tom Brejcha of the Thomas More Society, which is representing Daleiden in court, said in a statement on Friday. “This lawsuit was brought against Mr. Daleiden by NAF, the abortion industry’s trade group, because he dared to expose the truth about their members’ profiting from an illegal trade in the remains of human beings.”
 As previously reported, the National Abortion Federation had sued Daleiden in July 2015 to stop his recorded footage from being made public, claiming that it could jeopardize the safety of its members.

U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick issued a preliminary injunction in February 2016 banning Daleiden from releasing any videos recorded at the National Abortion Federation’s annual conventions.
He noted that the Federation requires attendees to sign confidentiality agreements, promising not to disclose the contents of the event.
“Confidentiality agreements are common to protect trade secrets and other sensitive information, and individuals who sign such agreements are not free to ignore them because they think the public would be interested in the protected information,” Orrick wrote.

Also opining that “the majority of the recordings lack much public interest,” Orrick said that the Federation’s rights to privacy and safety outweighed any public interest in the videos.
“Weighed against that public interest are NAF’s and its members’ legitimate interests in their rights to privacy, security, and association by maintaining the confidentiality of their presentations and conversations at NAF Annual Meetings. The balance is strongly in NAF’s favor,” he wrote.
Daleiden, who possesses hundreds of hours of footage, appealed to the Ninth Circuit, which upheld the ruling in March.
“Even assuming arguendo that the matters recorded are of public interest, however, the district court did not clearly err in finding that the defendants waived any First Amendment rights to disclose that information publicly by knowingly signing the agreements with NAF,” it wrote.
“Nor did the district court abuse its discretion in concluding that a balancing of the competing public interests favored preliminary enforcement of the confidentiality agreements, because one may not obtain information through fraud, promise to keep that information confidential, and then breach that promise in the name of the public interest,” the court said.
Therefore, Daleiden has now presented the matter to the nation’s highest court.
“[W]hat is ultimately at stake here is whether those who ‘blow the whistle’ on illegal or inhumane misbehavior in any industry may be silenced and even punished for telling the truth to the public at large and to those charged with enforcing criminal and regulatory bans on nefarious practices,” Brecha said.
“Whether America will remain an open or closed society hangs in the balance,” he opined. We trust that the justices will stand by our traditional disapproval of ‘prior restraints on free speech,’ hear Daleiden’s appeal, vindicate his First Amendment rights, and reverse the lower courts’ egregious mistakes.”
Daleiden was recently held in contempt of court for releasing a preview of forthcoming video footage in violation of the injunction. The recording featured clips of various Planned Parenthood officials and other abortion advocates making nonchalant statements about the abortion process, including that the baby’s eyeballs fell into their lap or that they had to tear off a leg to avoid technically performing a partial-birth abortion.


 Published on Aug 6, 2017
A top official of the National Security Council was fired last month after arguing in a memo that President Trump is under sustained attack from subversive forces both within and outside the government who are deploying Maoist tactics to defeat President Trump’s nationalist agenda.

His dismissal marks the latest victory by National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster in the ongoing war within Trump’s White House between those who believe that the president is under threat from dark forces plotting to undermine him, and those like McMaster who dismiss this as conspiratorial thinking.

Rich Higgins, a former Pentagon official who served in the NSC’s strategic-planning office as a director for strategic planning, was let go on July 21. Higgins’s memo describes supposed domestic and international threats to Trump’s presidency, including globalists, bankers, the “deep state,” and Islamists. The memo characterizes the Russia story as a plot to sabotage Trump’s nationalist agenda. It asserts that globalists and Islamists are seeking to destroy America. The memo also includes a set of recommendations, arguing that the problem constitutes a national-security priority.

“Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed,” the memo warns. It argues that this has led “Islamists [to] ally with cultural Marxists,” but that in the long run, “Islamists will co-opt the movement in its entirety.”

Higgins wrote the memo in late May, and at some point afterwards it began circulating among people outside the White House associated with the Trump campaign to whom Higgins had given it.

Higgins, according to another source with direct knowledge of the incident, was called into the White House Counsel’s office the week before last and asked about the memo. On July 21, the Friday of that week, he was informed by McMaster’s deputy Ricky Waddell that he was losing his job.

NSC spokesman Michael Anton declined to comment on Higgins’s firing, saying that the White House does not comment on internal personnel matters.


 Published on Aug 4, 2017
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