Friday June 2, 2023

Dear Friends,

Here are a few articles for your consideration.


Jim Hollingsworth

The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?  Thje L:ORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

  1. Texas AJ Under Indictment
  1. Tim Scott For President: Vice President? Trump Cabinet?
  1. They defaced a work of art as a climate protest: Nuts
  1. States Take Action to Protect Border: Talk to your own governor about joining the list
  1. FBI, Bidens in trouble
  1. McCarthy: Some Upset over Debt Deal, Want McCarthy Gone: Not Likely McCarthy has done enough good things that this bad debt deal is not likely to sink him.  The bill, itself, was a tragedy.
  1. Trump: End Birthright Citizenship: The Constitution makes it clear that if you are here illegally you cannot become a citizen The key phrase: Amendment XIV, Section 1 “and subject to the jurisdiction thereof”.  If your loyalty is still with your birth country you cannot be a citizen of the US.  
  1. Disney Quietly Gives in to Florida
  1. Fairy Tales and Climate Change
  1. Form FD 1023 Shows Biden Crimes; to be turned over to Congress
  1. Pence to Run For President I have always had a lot of respect for Mike Pence and felt he was a great addition to the Trump Ticket.  But this campaign is going nowhere primarily because of what happened on Jan 6.
  1. Marjorie Taylor Greene: Impeach Biden Officials: But Why Not Harris? If you impeach Biden, Harris would be president, and she is mostly sane, but a worse president than Biden.  Impeach them both and you get a better alternative.
  1. Climate Activists who disrupt show, stopped
  1. DOJ Attacks GOP Senate Candidates  
  1. DeSantis: End IRS: Comments on Memorial Day
  1. California Teens Arrested and Charged over Attack on Marines
  1. Must See: Car Hits Tow Truck Ramp, Flies Through the Air   
  1. Wednesday Afternoon Debt Voting
  1. May 31, 2023 

Statement on the Fiscal Responsibility Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Fulcher released the following statement on the Fiscal Responsibility Act: 

“Today, I voted no on the bill dealing with America’s debt ceiling issue – the Fiscal Responsibility Act. In a negotiation where the Senate and White House were controlled by Democrats, Speaker McCarthy did an admirable job in gaining some Republican victories. However ultimately, I cannot justify the debt implications that the legislation poses to Idahoans and fellow Americans. 

We should never have been in this situation. For over 100 days, President Biden refused to negotiate with House Republicans to find a solution to this crisis. So last month, House Republicans led and passed the Limit, Save, Grow Act – with more than thirty days before the debt limit deadline. The bill would have mitigated the debt ceiling crisis while enacting historic spending reductions. Democrats controlling the Senate have refused to put it up for a vote.

When I came to Washington, I condemned Congress’ habit of legislating by crisis – where serious work is delayed leading to eleventh-hour bills packed with unrelated policies – and vowed to fight that culture. A culture all too familiar, particularly under the current administration.”