Episode 912 – The Warning is Out There

Israel has a plan when it comes to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon. If you think the riots are bad now, wait until Israel executes its plans against Hezbollah.

The man who is trying to save Democracy sure likes to break the law.

And baseball loses one of the greats.

Some News

Here is some sad news:

  • Donald Sutherland has dies at the age of 88.
  • MMA star and Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor, Taylor Wily has died at 56.
  • Baseball legend Willie Mays has died at 93.
  • We will not be hearing much from Joe Biden this week. He’s at Camp David getting shot up with amphetamines and prepping for his debate against Donald Trump on Thursday.
  • Keeping up with all the great things illegal aliens, Ignacio Cruz-Mendoza, a 47-year-old Mexican national, was accused last week of crashing a semi-truck that caused the death of one person and caused another person serious injury.
    • ICE said on Monday that the man had either been deported to or voluntarily returned to Mexico at least 16 times in the past, Denver7 reported.


Dumbass of the Day

The Warning is Out There

According to the Daily Wire:

Israel approved plans for an offensive military campaign against the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah in southern Lebanon as it begins to look to the next phase of its war against Islamic terrorism following the October 7 massacre.

Hezbollah released a video this week that they claimed showed that the group had new, advanced military capabilities — in this case, they figured out how to put a camera on a drone and fly it over Israel.

The leader of Hezbollah, Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, claimed that the terror group had “new weapons” in its arsenal.

“But I won’t say what they are,” he claimed. “When the decision is made, they will be seen on the front lines.”

He also said that if Israel launches an offensive campaign against the group, it will target the European nation of Cyprus for helping Israel and that it will “deliberately target” everything inside Israel.

Hezbollah has already fired more than 5,000 rockets, missiles, and drones at Israel since Hamas’ October 7 massacre more than eight months ago. Hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been forced out of their homes in northern Israel because of the continued terror attacks from Hezbollah.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said this week that it had approved plans for an offensive campaign in Lebanon to take out Hezbollah.


This is Illegal

According to the Daily Wire:

The White House’s order for federal agencies to install thousands of signs along the nation’s highways praising Joe Biden has one Republican senator pressing the administration for more information on what she says is “public financing for the president’s own campaign.”

The Executive Office of the President’s Office of Management and Budget wrote in February 2023 that “Federal awarding agencies are strongly encouraged” to make it a requirement of each grant that the recipient, such as a local government, put up signs based on the “Official Investing in American Emblem Style Guide,” which prescribes signs that say “Project Funded By President Joe Biden’s [Insert Name of Law].”

“The Administration believes that clear and prominent signage on projects is one of several ways to inform taxpayers about how Federal funds from these laws are being spent and advance the goals of accountability and transparency of Federal spending,” it said.

The signs credit Biden for acts passed by Congress, and Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) says they amount to using taxpayer money for campaign signs before the November election. She wrote in a Thursday letter to the Office of Management and Budget that it’s absurd to pay for campaign signs with taxpayer money.

“Political campaign signs are not infrastructure. They do nothing to improve our roads or bridges and it’s obvious their real intent is only to pave the way for Biden’s re-election,” she wrote to OMB Director Shalanda D. Young.


This is a Good Thing

According to the Washington Examiner:

Louisiana becomes first state to require Ten Commandments be displayed in classrooms.

Under this legislation, all classrooms from kindergarten to state-funded universities are required to have a poster-sized display of the Ten Commandments in classrooms by the start of 2025. 

These posters will also have a four-paragraph “context statement” describing how the Ten Commandments “were a prominent part of American public education for almost three centuries.”

Despite the bill not securing final approval from Landry, the period for gubernatorial action on whether to sign or veto the legislation has passed.

The posters would be funded via donations rather than state funds, according to the legislation.

While not mandatory, the law also “authorizes” the display of the Mayflower Compact, the Declaration of Independence, and the Northwest Ordinance in K-12 public schools.

Proponents argue this measure is not solely religious, but rather it also has historical significance because these are “foundational documents of our state and national government.”

However, opponents question the law’s constitutionality.

Given the threat of legal disputes, states such as TexasOklahoma, and Utah, which have proposed similar bills, have failed to enact them into law.

In 1980, the U.S. Supreme Court declared a similar Kentucky law unconstitutional, ruling it violated the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which says Congress can “make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” It was determined the law lacked a secular purpose and served solely religious interests.