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"Praying for All in Authority"
Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019

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TODAY: President Trump visits the border

President Donald J. Trump is in California today, where he traveled to Otay Mesa-a community just north of the border-to get a firsthand look at new wall construction.

The wall may be President Trump's most important promise kept to the American people. As a matter of policy, it adds to and replaces outdated, often embarrassingly ineffective fencing to protect our country from human smugglers, drug traffickers, and criminal cartels. As a matter of symbolism, it reassures Americans that after years of empty promises from Washington to fix immigration, their voices mean something.

So today, despite resistance from open-border Democrats to enforcing laws that already exist and to keeping promises they already made, the wall is going up. American families, law enforcement, and millions of legal immigrants will be safer for it.

Politico: President Trump's plan to stem border crossings gets results.

President Donald Trump's plan to force Mexico to stem the flow of migrants across the southwest border of the U.S. appears to be working.

Border arrests, a metric for illegal crossings, plummeted to 51,000 in August, according to preliminary government figures obtained by POLITICO Wednesday, down more than 60 percent since a peak in May. And border watchers say it's largely because of an agreement Trump struck with Mexico in June. Mexican authorities, backed by the newly formed National Guard, are now cracking down on migrants traversing Mexico's southern border with Guatemala, monitoring river crossings and stopping buses carrying migrants from Central America through Mexico. At the same time, the U.S. is making tens of thousands of asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their applications are considered.

(Read more here)

Focus on Israel

1. Final Vote Count: Bibi & Gantz Are Tied - Jerusalem Online

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz are both tied in votes and are unable to form a coalition after almost all the votes cast yesterday in Tuesday's parliamentary elections were counted. After more than 92% of the votes counted, the parties of the two rivals each won 32 seats out of 120 in the Knesset and failed with their respective allies to cross the 61-member threshold to obtain a majority in the House.

According to local Israeli media, Blue and White and Likud would each obtain 32 seats, the Unified Arab List 12, Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu 9, Unified Judaism of Torah 8, Yamina 7, the Labour-Gesher Union 6 and the Democratic Union 5.

Therefore the center-left block with 55 seats and the center-right block with 56 would not be able to form a majority to run the government.

(Read more)

2. Netanyahu: 'We must not let Left form a government that relies on Arab parties' - Israel Hayom

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Wednesday that despite Tuesday's election results ending without a clear winner, he was determined to block the Left from forming a "dangerous government" with the Arab parties.

Likud and Blue and White got roughly the same amount of seats on Tuesday. This means Blue and White and its left-wing allies have 56 seats, compared to the 55 Likud has with its right-wing allies.

Despite the overall advantage, the Center-Left is unlikely to get a majority of the Knesset to support it without Avigdor Lieberman's party, Yisrael Beytenu, which has vowed it would only sit in a unity government rather than support any ideological bloc.

(Read more)

3. Warning of national crisis, kingmaker Liberman appeals for speedy unity - Times Of Israel

With the confidence of a political leader crowned by exit polls as the linchpin for any possible coalition, Yisrael Beytenu party leader Avigdor Liberman on Tuesday night called for the formation of a broad national unity government made up of his party, Likud and Blue and White.

Addressing supporters at a victory rally in Jerusalem, Liberman said significant but unspecified economic and security challenges facing the country necessitated a unity government, urging party leaders to begin negotiations without even waiting for official vote tallies to come in.

The projected results of Tuesday's elections showed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party would not be able to form a coalition of ultra-Orthodox and right-wing parties without Yisrael Beytenu. Throughout its campaign, the right-wing Yisrael Beytenu party has said it would refuse to serve in a government with the ultra-Orthodox and has also heavily criticized far-right politicians as "messianists."

(Read more)

4. Netanyahu Cancels Address to UN General Assembly - Jewish Press

For the first time in a decade, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has canceled his address to the United Nations General Assembly, which was to take place on the third and final day of speeches by world leaders, one of the most coveted spots on the schedule. Likud Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz is scheduled to fly to New York next week to deliver a speech on behalf of Netanyahu instead. A scheduled meeting with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the UNGA that was to take place has also been canceled. There's no word on whether it will be rescheduled, and if so, when and/or where.

According to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office, Netanyahu chose not to be out of the country next week at a time when President Reuven Rivlin is expected to release the official results of Tuesday's (Sept. 17) election, as submitted to him by the head of the Central Elections Committee.

(Read more)

5. Netanyahu's hearing proceedings begin - Israel National News

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's hearing process with Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit began on Wednesday, a day after the Knesset elections, Kan 11 News reported.

As part of the process, the defense team has submitted its main points, with the hearing itself set to take place in about two weeks.

Sources close to Mandelblit are not expecting Netanyahu's attorneys to request a postponement of the hearing and suggest that even if such a request is made due to the political situation, it will be rejected.

Attorney Ram Caspi joined Netanyahu's defense team on Wednesday as another advisor. At present, there is no discussion with the prosecutor's office about a deal in the cases linked to the Prime Minister.

(Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. Israel's 2 main political parties deadlocked after election - Fox News

Israel's two main political parties were deadlocked Wednesday after an unprecedented repeat election, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing an uphill battle to hold on to his job.

The election's seeming political kingmaker, Avigdor Lieberman, said he'll insist upon a secular unity government between Netanyahu's Likud and Benny Gantz's Blue and White parties, who based on partial results are currently tied at 32 seats each out of 120 in parliament.

Lieberman said that was the "one and only option" on the table. That could spell serious trouble for Netanyahu's lengthy rule. Without Lieberman's endorsement, both parties appear to have fallen well short of securing a parliamentary majority with ideological allies. Likud with its natural allies of religious and ultra-nationalist parties mustered 56 seats - or five short of the needed majority. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for the peace of Jerusalem and ultimately, that these election results will bring about Your perfect will. We pray those who love and serve You will renew their dedication to You, intercede for the sins of the nation, and see Your glory visit them once again.

- We do not present our supplications before You because of our righteous deeds, but because of Your great mercies. O Lord, hear! O Lord, forgive! O Lord, listen and act! Do not delay for Your own sake, my God, for Your city and Your people are called by Your name. (Daniel 9:18b-19)

2. Saudi oil attacks an 'act of war' by Iran, not Yemen rebels, Pompeo claims - Fox News

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday doubled down on accusations Iran is responsible for the weekend bombing on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, telling reporters that the strike was "an act of war."

Pompeo, speaking from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, added that even if the "fraudulent claims" of responsibility by the Yemen Houthi rebels were true, "it doesn't change the fingerprints of the [Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei] as having put at risk the global energy supply." His comments come hours after President Trump tweeted that he had ordered Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to "substantially increase sanctions" on Iran, amid escalating tensions between the two countries.

Iran, who has repeatedly denied involvement in the bombings, warned Wednesday that it would "immediately" retaliate against the United States if Tehran is targeted over a crippling weekend attack on Saudi oil facilities. "Iran's response will be prompt and strong, and it may include broader areas than the source of attacks," Iran's Mehr News Agency reported. Iran's state-run news agency also reported that the country's president and the foreign minister may not be able to attend next week's high-level meetings at the United Nations because the U.S. has yet to issue them valid visas. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the Iranian people will be delivered from their poor leadership and live in peace with their neighbors.

- It is an abomination for kings to commit wickedness, for a throne is established by righteousness. (Proverbs 16:12)

3. Number of abortions in US falls to lowest since 1973 - AP

The number and rate of abortions across the United States have plunged to their lowest levels since the procedure became legal nationwide in 1973, according to new figures released Wednesday. The report from the Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights, counted 862,000 abortions in the U.S. in 2017. That's down from 926,000 tallied in the group's previous report for 2014, and from just over 1 million counted for 2011.

Guttmacher is the only entity that strives to count all abortions in the U.S., making inquiries of individual providers. Federal data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention excludes California, Maryland and New Hampshire.

The new report illustrates that abortions are decreasing in all parts of the country. Areas with the highest abortion rates in 2017 were the District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Florida. Medication abortion, making use of the so-called abortion pill, accounted for 39% of all abortions in 2017, up from 29% in 2014. (Read more)

- Father, even though we desire this number to be zero, we are grateful women and girls are choosing life for their babies. We pray for a culture of life, where every child is given a forever home.

- A woman giving birth to a child has pain because her time has come; but when her baby is born she forgets the anguish because of her joy that a child is born into the world. (John 16:21)

4. Trump names Robert C. O'Brien to replace John Bolton as national security adviser - Washington Examiner

President Trump announced Robert C. O'Brien will be appointed the next national security adviser on social media Wednesday morning. O'Brien, the current special presidential envoy for hostage affairs at the State Department, will be replacing John Bolton. Trump considered O'Brien for Navy secretary in 2017, but he instead appointed him to the State Department position.

Before his current position working with families of American hostages, O'Brien served as the co-chairman of the U.S. Department of State Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan under Secretaries Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton, according to his State Department biography.

O'Brien served on the foreign policy and national security advisory team for 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. He went on to serve as a foreign policy and national security adviser for former Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wisconsin, in 2015. (Read more)

- Father, we ask You to bless Robert O'Brien with wisdom as he advises President Trump on matters of national security.

- A wise man will hear and increase in learning, and a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel (Proverbs 1:5)

5. Fed cuts rates, facing global risks and pressure from Trump - Washington Examiner

The Federal Reserve lowered its interest rate target by a quarter percentage point Wednesday, its second consecutive rate cut, in an effort to keep the economic expansion running. The Fed will now target short-term interest rates in a range between 1.75% and 2%, where they were from June to September of last year.

Some investors have expressed fears that the tariffs that have been imposed by both sides in the U.S.-China trade dispute could crimp growth, leading to heightened worries about the possibility of a recession. Wednesday's policy statement from the Fed explained that business investment and exports have weakened, although it also noted that consumer spending has been strong.

Meanwhile, Trump, who has pressured the Fed to lower rates faster, complained about the decision. By pursuing unnecessarily tight monetary policy, Trump has argued, the Fed has undercut his ability to negotiate trade deals, especially with China, by weakening the domestic economy. (Read more)

- Father God, we pray the Federal Reserve will make the right decisions for the American people and keep our economy growing.

- The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord. (Proverbs 16:33)

6. White House, DOJ Reps Meet with Top Republicans on Expanding Background Checks for Gun Sales - National Review

Representatives from the White House and the Department of Justice met Tuesday with senior Republicans to discuss expanding background checks for the sale of firearms within the parameters of legislation first introduced by Senators Joe Manchin (D., W.V.) and Pat Toomey (R., Pa.).

The Tuesday meetings were attended by White House Director of Legislative Affairs Eric Ueland as well as Attorney General Bill Barr. Senators Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ted Cruz of Texas Representative Mark Meadows of North Carolina were also present.

The Manchin-Toomey bill failed to pass last April after it didn't muster enough votes to survive a filibuster. The bill has remained a moderate alternative to more sweeping legislation that would mandate background checks on any and all gun sales. It would require background checks for any commercial sales at gun shows as well as over the Internet. It also expressly prohibits the formation of a national gun registry. (Read more)

- Father, we pray Congress will not pass any law that hinders law-abiding citizens from accessing the means to defend ourselves.

- Defend my cause and redeem me; preserve my life according to your promise. (Psalm 119:154)

7. Trump Administration Revokes California's Ability to Set Its Own Emission Standards - Epoch Times

President Donald Trump announced on Sept. 18 that his administration is revoking a waiver that allows California to set its own greenhouse gas and vehicle fuel efficiency limits for passenger cars.

Officials plan to also issue a separate rule to roll back Obama-era fuel efficiency standards. The Trump administration's move comes after the Justice Department opened an antitrust investigation into a deal between California and four automakers for tougher pollution and related mileage requirements than those sought by the president.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler told the National Automobile Dealers Association on Sept. 17 that the agency's goal is to establish one nationwide set of fuel-economy standards. "We embrace federalism and the role of the states, but federalism does not mean that one state can dictate standards for the nation," Wheeler said, adding that higher fuel economy standards would hurt consumers by increasing the average sticker price of new cars and requiring automakers to produce more electric vehicles. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the national fuel-economy standard will allow all automobile manufacturers to produce quality vehicles at an affordable price for our people.

- Whoever gives heed to instruction prospers, and blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord. (Proverbs 16:20)

8. 58 Charged in DOJ Opioid Takedown in Texas, Rockies - NBCDFW

The Department of Justice's Health Care Fraud Unit revealed Wednesday a multi-jurisdictional investigation in Texas and the Rocky Mountains that resulted in 58 people being charged in 21 cases of health care fraud, including doctors, pharmacists and others.

The DOJ said those charged were allegedly involved "in Medicare fraud schemes and networks of 'pill mill' clinics resulting in $66 million in loss and 6.2 million pills" being distributed. Defendants, whose names were not released, include 16 doctors or medical professionals including pharmacy owners, chiropractors, pharmacists and nurse practitioners as well as 20 others charged for their role in diverting opioids, including runners, sales reps and accountants.

The schemes, the DOJ said, targeted Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, Department of Labor-Office of Worker's Compensation Programs and private insurance companies for medically unnecessary prescription drugs and compounded medications that were never purchased or distributed to beneficiaries. The charges also involve medical professionals allegedly involved in distributing opioids and other prescription narcotics. (Read more)

- Father, we know these networks of "legal" drug dealers exist all over the country. We pray You help our Department of Justice identify each one and shut them down.

- The night is nearly over; the day is almost here. So let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light. (Romans 13:12)

9. Democrat donor Ed Buck charged with operating drug house after 2 men found dead in home - LA Times

Prominent LGBTQ political activist Ed Buck was arrested Tuesday and charged with operating a drug house, with prosecutors calling him a violent sexual predator who preys on men struggling with addiction and homelessness.

Buck was charged with one count each of battery causing serious injury, administering methamphetamine and maintaining a drug house, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. Buck is accused of injecting a 37-year-old man, who overdosed but survived, with methamphetamine on Sept. 11. That latest incident comes after two men were found dead in his Laurel Avenue apartment in West Hollywood.

In both cases, African American men - Gemmel Moore, 26, and Timothy Dean, 55 - had overdosed on methamphetamine inside. Prosecutors said Buck lures his victims into his home, baiting them with drugs, money and shelter.

"Today is like a celebration for us," said Jasmyne Cannick, a political consultant and spokeswoman for Moore's mother. Cannick has said she believed Buck got special treatment because of his political activism and fundraising for Democrat candidates. "I feel vindicated for all the people who said it was never going to happen," she said. "I feel really good for all the young men he took advantage of because they didn't feel like anyone took them seriously, like their lives weren't important enough for anyone to really care about." (Read more)

- Father, we pray Ed Buck will receive justice for taking advantage of sexually confused, drug-addicted, and homeless men. We ask You to forgive him, and lead him to repentance. In Your Name, amen.

- I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor and upholds the cause of the needy. (Psalm 140:12)

10. Pennsylvania State Senator Mike Folmer arrested on child porn charges - NY Post

A Pennsylvania state senator was busted Tuesday on child porn charges, the state Attorney General announced. Republican Sen. Mike Folmer, 63, was charged with sexual abuse of children, possession of child pornography, and criminal use of a communication facility after law enforcement found images of child pornography on Folmer's cellphone when they executed a search warrant at his Lebanon home.

Officials said an investigation into the matter began after authorities received a tip that a user of the microblogging site Tumblr uploaded an image of child pornography to the site. The investigation led officials to Folmer's home.

Meanwhile, state Senate leadership spoke out on the arrest, and said that Folmer would immediately be removed as Chair of the Senate State Government Committee. Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati and Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman said in a joint statement: "We are shocked to learn tonight of the allegations made against Senator Folmer. We will fully cooperate with law enforcement regarding this deeply disturbing matter." (Read more)

- Father, men can hide their deeds for a time, but You see it all. We pray every person who enables child pornography will be brought to justice.

- Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. (Ephesians 5:11)

The Daily Jot

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Arab bloc turns Israeli elections

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party appears a seat short of gaining a majority, which sends the governing apparatus in Israel into huge compromises to form a government. The Blue and White Party led by Benny Gantz has gained more seats than Likud. So the two largest parties need to cut deals with the smaller parties in order to form a government. It appears that Avigdor Lieberman, leader of the secular nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu Party, is the king-maker as his party's votes are essential in tipping the balance between Likud and Blue and White. Lieberman favors a national unity government where both parties share or alternate the prime minister position.

In the shadows, however, is the Arab bloc, called the Joint List of Arab parties, which would be against Netanyahu and Likud, probably more friendly to Blue and White, and definitely an upcoming force. AP reports, "The joint list of Arab parties, who have never sat in an Israeli government, also finished strong, with results indicating they had earned 13 seats to become the third-largest party in parliament. Should a unity government be formed, its leader Ayman Odeh, would become the country's next opposition leader, an official state position that would grant him an audience with visiting dignitaries, a state-funded bodyguard, monthly consultations with the prime minister and a platform to rebut his speeches in parliament."

Already Odeh, a self-described socialist, is positioning as the opposition. Last week, he said he would consider entering a national unity government with Blue and White if his "demands" were met. The list of demands included: Freeze the demolition of privately owned buildings in Yehuda and Shomron; Repealing the Kamenetz Law that carries increased punishment for building offenses; The construction of a city for the Arab population; Collecting weapons from the public; Building a public hospital in an Arab city; Resumptions of negotiations with the PA (Palestinian Authority); Abolition of the Nationality Law, which allows permanent Arab residency, but not citizenship (as only Jews by descent or birth are citizens). reports that Blue and White rejected Odeh's demands, which prompted Odeh to throw in on the aggressive political dialogue. Odeh said Sunday that if Gantz forms a coalition government, Odeh will serve as head of the opposition. Odeh rejected statements by Lieberman, who accuses him of cooperating with Netanyahu. Odeh said "I am as far from Netanyahu as one can be. Bibi wants to oust me from Knesset. Gantz doesn't want Arabs in the coalition. Who is serving Netanyahu, me or Gantz?.The left-wing Zionists do not understand our weight. He is a racist. Where is Gantz's political plan. I haven't heard it." You can see where this is headed long-term. As is written in Psalm 122:6, "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee."

Have a blessed and powerful day,

The Daily Jot Staff

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"The rights of free speech and free exercise, so precious to this nation since its founding ... protect the right of every American to express their beliefs in public. This includes the right to create and sell words, paintings and art that express [a] person's sincere religious beliefs." -Justice Andrew Gould

(Phoenix, AZ) - [] Two Arizona calligraphers at the heart of yet another religious liberty battle won a major victory Monday with the Arizona Supreme Court's ruling that business owners have the right to choose not to provide certain products to same-sex "weddings."

Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski own Brush & Nib Studio, a small business founded on Christian values. They say they serve any customer regardless of sexuality but draw the line at being forced to produce custom messages endorsing events that violate their beliefs.

Since 2016, they've fought the city of Phoenix over an LGBT "anti-discrimination" ordinance they argued violated their freedom of speech and religion, because it threatened them with fines and prison time for refusing to create invitations to same-sex "weddings."

The state's highest court sided with them Monday in a 4-3 ruling that the ordinance "runs afoul of the First Amendment, which 'necessarily implies' a violation of Plaintiffs' broader free speech right under article 2, section 6 of the Arizona Constitution."

"The rights of free speech and free exercise, so precious to this nation since its founding, are not limited to soft murmurings behind the doors of a person's home or church, or private conversations with like-minded friends and family," Justice Andrew Gould wrote for the majority. "These guarantees protect the right of every American to express their beliefs in public. This includes the right to create and sell words, paintings and art that express [a] person's sincere religious beliefs."
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