Saturday, September 14, 2019

CHPP Daily Brief: Legislative Snapshot Saturday, September 14, 2019

The Daily Brief:
Legislative Snapshot
Saturday, September 14, 2019

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Profanity based campaigning

There is a very interesting article on by J. Clara Chan about how politicians, especially in the Democratic Party, are using profanity more and more often. She writes, "Politicians have been caught swearing since the days of George Washington. But according to an analysis by the government research company GovPredict, the number of swear words used by lawmakers on Twitter noticeably jumped after 2016. Counting words like s---,f---,a-hole, and b----, among others, lawmakers have sworn on Twitter almost 1,900 times this year; in 2016, that number was at 193." According to a cognitive science professor, the Democrat candidates may be "censoring themselves less" to appeal to younger voters.

Of course, a good part of Chan's story is about how Donald Trump used Twitter and social media to speak directly to his constituency, and that he did so often using profanity and hurling insults-which he still does as President. Chan's point is that "Trump lowered the bar, and now some Democratic presidential candidates are cursing with unusual abandon." Now, I say that this story is interesting because I have been saying repeatedly that the hate rhetoric needs to calm itself-coming from both the President and his opponents, including the news media-which are supposed to be unbiased, but probably use profanity on Twitter as much as the trash-mouthed politicians. We are all responsible for how we speak.

Notwithstanding, every time I bring up something President Trump should refrain from doing in order to be more effective and "presidential" and yet still get his point across, I get tons of emails from Christians taking me to task for "criticizing" the man God has selected for leading America. OK, I get that. But you see, what does scripture say about profanity? The word "profane" often is used in the Bible. One example that seems to fit what I'm discussing here is 2 Timothy 2:16, "But shun profane and vain babblings: for they will increase unto more ungodliness." According to this study by GovPredict, that is exactly what has happened since the 2016 election where profanity by politicians made its debut on Twitter.

There was a watermark moment at the inauguration of President Trump in 2017 when all the protesters wearing their stocking vagina hats were threatening revolution. Celebrities used the most foul and abusive language to describe the President and those who voted for him. Since, the Democratic Party has adopted a resolution embracing the nonreligious as sharing the party's values. This has further opened the barn door to let out the animals of profanity. This is all an indicator where things are headed in this country. It's also an indicator of what happens when good people do nothing. The church has a role in all this, and it's not a role of winking at such, and giving in. This atmosphere of profanity and public bullying is bad for us as humans. Christians have the light of the world, we need to see that it is lit.

Have a blessed and powerful day,

The Daily Jot Staff

CA Judge Denies Gag Order

CA Judge Denies Gag Order

Liberty Counsel

September 12, 2019

Judge Christopher Hite denied a gag order motion to the California attorney general's office today in the preliminary criminal hearing as Sandra Merritt defends against 15 felony charges brought against her by Attorney General Xavier Becerra. This was the fourth attempt by the AG's office to silence the defendants.

Although the preliminary hearing is public, Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Deputy Attorney General Johnette Jauron filed a last-minute motion to place a gag order on the proceedings "to protect the safety of the Doe witnesses." The motion asked Judge Hite to "order the defendants to not reference the victims or any matter which may be taken to identify them or their livelihood in any matter." The order had also asked that the court to "exercise its discretion to limit the statements the parties may make in public in regard to the witness testimony until after the conclusion of the preliminary hearing."

Liberty Counsel is defending Merritt for her undercover journalism work which exposed Planned Parenthood's trade in baby body parts. The gag order would have also muzzled Liberty Counsel's attorneys Horatio Mihet and Nicolai Cocis from speaking the truth about the sale of baby body parts to the media and restricted reporting by pro-life journalists.

Judge Hite rightfully recognizes the danger in gagging the defendants and their attorneys and denied the AG's motion.

> > > To read this press release, go here.

- Father, we thank You for this ruling! Let the TRUTH come out in all of these hearings, on behalf of the research that has been done by Sandra Merritt. In Your Name, amen.

- "And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." (John 8:32)

''We Pay a Debt of Honor'

'We Pay a Debt of Honor':

VP Pence, Others Remember Flight 93 Victims

"Not far from where Vice President Mike Pence stood Wednesday morning at the Flight 93 National Memorial stands its 93-foot-tall Tower of Voices, where wind chimes of different musical notes symbolize each of the 40 individuals who thwarted another attack on Sept. 11, 2001," Julian Routh writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

"Marking the 18th anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks, the vice president delivered remarks at the Flight 93 memorial, paying tribute to the passengers and crew members who rose up against the plane's hijackers and 'met unspeakable evil with selfless heroism and American strength,' he said."

Yesterday morning, President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady led a moment of silence at the White House alongside families of September 11 victims. (The White House) Read more.

"President Trump, speaking Wednesday at a memorial ceremony at the Pentagon, said the 9/11 terrorist attacks are 'seared into our souls' and offered the family members of those killed on that day 18 years ago 'our unwavering loyalty,'" Mark Moore writes in the New York Post. "For every American who lived through that day, the September 11th attack is seared into our soul. It was a day filled with shock, horror, sorrow and righteous fury," the President said.
(The White House) Read more.

DOJ Brings Charges Against McCabe

US attorney recommends proceeding with charges against McCabe, as DOJ rejects last-ditch appeal

U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu has recommended moving forward with charges against Andrew McCabe, Fox News has learned, as the Justice Department rejects a last-ditch appeal from the former top FBI official.

McCabe -- the former deputy and acting director of the FBI -- appealed the decision of the U.S. attorney for Washington all the way up to Jeffrey Rosen, the deputy attorney general, but the department rejected that request, according to a person familiar with the situation.

The potential charges relate to DOJ inspector general findings against him regarding misleading statements concerning a Hillary Clinton-related investigation.

A source close to McCabe's legal team said they received an email from the Department of Justice which said, "The Department rejected your appeal of the United States Attorney's Office's decision in this matter. Any further inquiries should be directed to the United States Attorney's Office."

McCabe, who recently was hired as a paid CNN commentator, spent 21 years with the FBI. He became the acting director in May 2017 after President Trump fired former director James Comey. (Fox News) Read more.

- Lord God, as different operatives within the network of the Deep State are exposed, we thank You that our prayers are being answered, and that justice will be done. In Your Name, amen,

- "But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!" (Amos 5:24)

Recent Floor Activity

Weekly Digest of the Congressional Record

Related Headlines

House approves Democratic bills to ban drilling along coasts

House votes to ban drilling in Arctic wildlife refuge, reversing part of GOP tax bill

'Historic milestone': Senate Republicans confirm 150th judge during Trump presidency

Congress Last Week

Efforts to protect human life, prohibit infanticide

House: End Infanticide Hearing - FRC Summary

Second Amendment

A Farewell to Firearms?

House panel pushing for universal background checks does not mention its enforcement

Democratic leaders weighing how far to push gun control

Federal Spending

Mark Sanford is right: Trump and Republicans are ignoring out-of-control spending

Rodney Davis seeks to ban public financing in campaigns


Pelosi walks out on press: I'm done talking about impeachment

Pelosi Rattled After Being Pushed on to Give a Straight Answer on Her Support for the Impeachment Inquiry

House Democrats Struggle to Define Impeachment Investigation

Commerce Policy

Republican Mike Braun looks to bring GOP 'in the game' with bipartisan climate caucus

Health Care Policy

Democrat's wife goes on a very personal rant on social media - and accidentally slams Obamacare

Pending Activity

Committee Activity

Corey Lewandowski to be first Trump associate to have public hearing September 17 with House Judiciary Committee

'No House vote needed': Judiciary Democrats approve rules for 'impeachment inquiry'

STRONGER Patents Act ignores real problems with patent mistakes

Floor Outlook

Congress poised to avert government shutdown - for now

Senate Floor
Senate Floor Schedule

Program for Monday: After the transaction of any morning business (not to extend beyond 5 p.m.), Senate resumes consideration of the nomination of John Rakolta, Jr., of Michigan, to be Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, and votes on the motion to invoke cloture on the nomination at 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, 9/12, Senate began consideration of the following:

Senate began consideration of the nomination of John Rakolta, Jr., of Michigan, to be Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates.

Senate began consideration of the nomination of Kenneth A. Howery, of Texas, to be Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden.

Senate began consideration of the nomination of Robert A. Destro, of Virginia, to be Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.

Senate began consideration of the nomination of Brent James McIntosh, of Michigan, to be an Under Secretary of the Treasury.

Senate began consideration of the nomination of Brian Callanan, of New Jersey, to be General Counsel for the Department of the Treasury.

Senate Committees
Senate Committee Meetings Schedule

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Energy and Natural Resources
Hearings to examine the sourcing and use of minerals needed for clean energy technologies.

Hearings to examine Holocaust-era insurance claims.

Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies
Business meeting to markup an original bill making appropriations for the Department of Transportation, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020.

Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government
Business meeting to markup an original bill making appropriations for Financial Services and General Government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020.

Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights
An oversight hearing to examine enforcement of the antitrust laws.

Closed hearings to examine certain intelligence matters.

Armed Services
Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities
Hearings to examine the situation in Southeastern Europe.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Hearings to examine mass violence, extremism, and digital responsibility.

Environment and Public Works
Hearings to examine improving American economic competitiveness through water resources infrastructure.

Foreign Relations
Hearings to examine United States policy in the Indo-Pacific region, focusing on Hong Kong, alliances and partnerships, and other issues.

Foreign Relations
Business meeting to consider the nominations of
Andrew P. Bremberg, of Virginia, to be Representative of the United States of America to the Office of the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva, with the rank of Ambassador,
John Leslie Carwile, of Maryland, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Latvia,
Anthony F. Godfrey, of Virginia, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia,
Doug Manchester, of California, to be Ambassador to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas,
Erin Elizabeth McKee, of California, to be Ambassador to the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, and to serve concurrently and without additional compensation as Ambassador to the Solomon Islands and Ambassador to the Republic of Vanuatu,
Herro Mustafa, of California, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Bulgaria, and
Adrian Zuckerman, of New Jersey, to be Ambassador to Romania, all of the Department of State.

Joint Economic Committee
Hearings to examine gun violence in America, focusing on understanding and reducing the costs of firearm injuries and deaths.

Indian Affairs
Hearings to examine the Government Accountability Office report on tribal access to spectrum, focusing on promoting communications services in Indian country.

Foreign Relations
Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Transnational Crime, Civilian Security, Democracy, Human Rights, and Global Women's Issues
Hearings to examine United States-Colombia relations, focusing on new opportunities to reinforce and strengthen the bilateral relationship.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Hearings to examine the nomination of Eugene Scalia, of Virginia, to be Secretary of Labor.

Foreign Relations
Hearings to examine pending nominations.

House Floor
House Floor Schedule

On Monday, no votes are expected in the House.

On Tuesday, the House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for morning hour and 2:00 p.m. for legislative business. Votes will be postponed until 6:30 p.m.

Possible Motion to Go to Conference and Republican Motion to Instruct Conferees on S. 1790 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020.

Legislation Considered Under Suspension of the Rules:

1) H.R. 2211 - STURDY Act (Sponsored by Rep. Jan Schakowsky / Energy and Commerce Committee)

2) H.R. 3170 - Safe Cribs Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Jan Schakowsky / Energy and Commerce Committee)

3) H.R. 3172 - Safe Sleep for Babies Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Tony Crdenas / Energy and Commerce Committee)

4) H.R. 1618 - Nicholas and Zachary Burt Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Ann Kuster / Energy and Commerce Committee)

5) H.R. 806 - Portable Fuel Container Safety Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Thompson / Energy and Commerce Committee)

6) H.R. 4285 - Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Anthony Brindisi / Veterans' Affairs Committee)

7) H.R. 2134 - Helen Keller National Center Reauthorization Act of 2019, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mark Pocan / Education and Labor Committee)

8) H.R. 2486 - FUTURE Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Alma Adams / Education and Labor Committee)

On Wednesday and Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business.

On Friday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.m. for legislative business. Last votes expected no later than 3:00 p.m.

H.R. ____ - Making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2020, and for other purposes (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Nita Lowey / Appropriations Committee)

H.R. 1423 - FAIR Act (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Hank Johnson / Judiciary Committee)

Legislation Considered Under Suspension of the Rules:

1) H.R. 3625 - PCAOB Whistleblower Protection Act of 2019, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Sylvia Garcia / Financial Services Committee)

2) H.R. 3619 - Appraisal Reform Act of 2019, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. William Lacy Clay / Financial Services Committee)

3) H.R. 2290 - Shutdown Guidance for Financial Institutions Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Jennifer Wexton / Financial Services Committee)

4) H.R. 2613 - Advancing Innovation to Assist Law Enforcement Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Anthony Gonzalez / Financial Services Committee)

5) H.R. 550 - Merchant Mariners of World War II Congressional Gold Medal Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. John Garamendi / Financial Services Committee)

6) H.R. 1396 - Hidden Figures Congressional Gold Medal Act (Sponsored by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson / Financial Services Committee)

7) H.R. 3589 - Greg LeMond Congressional Gold Medal Act (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Thompson / Financial Services Committee)

8) H.R. 1830 - National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin Act (Sponsored by Rep. Sean Maloney / Financial Services Committee)

9) S. 239 - Christa McAuliffe Commemorative Coin Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen / Financial Services Committee)

Legislative Program for next week

The House, Mr. Speaker, will consider a clean continuing resolution to fund the government past September 30. While the House did its work, and sent 10 appropriation bills to the Senate, funding 96 percent of the government--the first time that is been done in over three decades--I am disappointed that the Senate failed to pass a single appropriation bill. Not one.
Not only that, they haven't filed any until just the other day when we got back from the summer break.
I am disappointed that the Senate failed to introduce a single appropriation bill for the first time in more than three decades. So that while we were very successful, the Senate failed to move forward.
Therefore, as we wait for them to complete their work so that we can begin conference negotiations, a continuing resolution will be necessary to prevent another government shutdown like the one we experienced earlier this year.
In addition, the House will consider H.R. 1423, Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act, called the FAIR Act, and the legislation would eliminate forced arbitration in employment, consumer, and civil rights cases so that Americans, as they have under the Constitution, would have the right to seek redress of grievances through the courts.
This would restore access to justice for millions of Americans who are currently locked out of the court system and are forced to settle their disputes against companies in a private system of arbitration.
Full floor colloquy on next week's House schedule

Text of Bills for the Week of September 16, 2019

House Committees
House Committee Meetings Schedule

Monday - September 16, 2019

Combating Veteran Homelessness in the Tampa Bay Area
Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity (Committee on Veterans' Affairs)

"Examining the Benefits and Potential Challenges for New Jersey's Growing Offshore Wind Industry"
Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources (Committee on Natural Resources)

Environmental Injustice: Exploring Inequities in Air and Water Quality in Michigan
Subcommittee on Environment (Committee on Oversight and Reform)


Tuesday - September 17, 2019

Presidential Obstruction of Justice and Abuse of Power
Committee on the Judiciary

• H.R. 1423 - Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act;
• H.R. ___Making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2020, and for other purposes.

Committee on Rules

Full Committee Business Meeting: I. Motion to release certain executive session material; and II. Motion pursuant to clause (d) (2) of Rule 2 that the Committee waive the one week notice requirement for a hearing.
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence


Wednesday - September 18, 2019

Oversight of the Smithsonian Institution
Committee on House Administration

Various Measures
Committee on Financial Services

Developing Core Capabilities for Deep Space Exploration: An Update on NASAs SLS, Orion, and Exploration Ground Systems
Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics (Committee on Science, Space, and Technology)

"Building a 100 - Percent Clean Economy: Pathways to Net Zero Industrial Emissions"
Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change (Committee on Energy and Commerce)

• H.R. 182, H.R. 263, H.R. 473, H.R. 560, H.R. 737, H.R. 1023,
• H.R. 1218, H.R. 1314, H.R. 1380, H.R. 1446, H.R. 2189, H.R. 2245, H.R. 2405, H.R. 2406, H.R. 2490, and H.R. 2819

Committee on Natural Resources

Voices Leading the Next Generation on the Global Climate Crisis
Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, Energy and the Environment (Committee on Foreign Affairs)

Oversight Hearing: Mental Health Needs of Children in HHS Custody
Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies (Committee on Appropriations)

The Administrations Priorities and Policy Initiatives Under the Clean Water Act.
Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment (Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure)

Oversight of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
Committee on the Judiciary

The Role of the SBAs 8 (a) Program in Enhancing Economic Opportunities
Committee on Small Business

The Next Mile: Technology Pathways to Accelerate Sustainability within the Transportation Sector
Subcommittee on Energy (Committee on Science, Space, and Technology)

Business Meeting to Reauthorize the Women Veterans' Task Force
Committee on Veterans' Affairs

Meeting the Challenge of White Nationalist Terrorism at Home and Abroad
Subcommittee on Middle East, North Africa and International Terrorism (Committee on Foreign Affairs)

Overseeing the Overseers: Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency @ 10 - Years
Subcommittee on Government Operations (Committee on Oversight and Reform)

Shattered Families, Shattered Service: Taking Military Domestic Violence Out of the Shadows
Subcommittee on Military Personnel (Committee on Armed Services)

Meeting the Challenge of White Nationalist Terrorism at Home and Abroad
Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism (Committee on Homeland Security)

Critical Impact: How Barriers to Hiring at VA Affect Patient Care and Access
Committee on Veterans' Affairs


Thursday - September 19, 2019

Oversight Hearing on Policing Practices
Committee on the Judiciary

Recommendations for Improving the Budget and Appropriations Process: A Look at the Work of the Joint Select Committee
Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress

To Review the Implementation of Federal Farm and Disaster Programs
Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management (Committee on Agriculture)

Protecting Unaccompanied Children: The Ongoing Impacts of the Trump Administrations Cruel Policies
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Committee on Energy and Commerce)

• H.R. 51: Making D.C. the 51st State
Committee on Oversight and Reform

Hearing on How the Tax Code Subsidizes Hate
Subcommittee on Oversight (Committee on Ways and Means)

Legislative Hearing on H.R. 496, H.R. 2485, H.R. 2640, H.R. 4026, and H.R. 4299
Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources (Committee on Natural Resources)

SBA Programs Spurring Innovation
Subcommittee on Innovation and Workforce Development (Committee on Small Business)

Science and Technology at the Environmental Protection Agency
Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Engagement
Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (Committee on Appropriations)

Legislative Hearing on H.R. 3458 and H.R. 3879
Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands (Committee on Natural Resources)

Solutions to Rising Economic Inequality
Committee on the Budget

Broken Promises: Examining the Failed Implementation of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Investment (Committee on Education and Labor)

Update on VA Contracted Exams, Quality Review Process, and Service to Rural Veterans
Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs (Committee on Veterans' Affairs)

Marine Debris: Impacts on Ecosystems and Species
Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies (Committee on Appropriations)

"The Northern Northern Border: Homeland Security Priorities in the Arctic, Part I"
Subcommittee on Transportation and Maritime Security (Committee on Homeland Security)

Examining the Policies and Priorities of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Human Services (Committee on Education and Labor)

"Preventing Harm to Veterans: Examining VAs Overpayments and Debt Collection Practices"
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Committee on Veterans' Affairs)

Legislative Hearing on H.R. 1312, S. 216, H.R. 3846, H.R. 4153.
Subcommittee on Indigenous Peoples of the United States (Committee on Natural Resources)


Friday - September 20, 2019

Joint National Security and Civil Rights Civil Liberties Subcommittee Hearing Confronting Violent White Supremacy (Part III): Addressing the Transnational Terrorist Threat
Subcommittee on National Security (Committee on Oversight and Reform)

Member Day Hearing
Committee on the Judiciary


Operation Restoration

Operation Restoration



Once each week, on Sunday mornings and for 24 hours, join with others in OPERATION RESTORATION . . .

"Operation Restoration"

This initiative is based upon the Move of the Spirit that was launched last month during Operation Refiner's Fire. The LORD has shown us that He has used those fires to ignite the FIRE of the HOLY SPIRIT to visit our people, which He now yearns to keep burning among our people until the day of His return!

"Operation Restoration" is based on the promise of Scripture, recorded in
2 Chronicles 7:14,15.

It is written:

. . . "and if My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

"Now My eyes will be open and My ears attentive to the prayer offered in this place."

This is a weekly Solemn Assembly, where saints can feel free to gather each Sunday, to offer prayers of repentance before our Lord, for the many sins our nation has committed before Him.

Abba so desires to hear our prayers . . . He is just waiting to heal us!

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