Sunday October 29, 2023

Jim Hollingsworth

October 29, 2023

Dear Friends,

Here are a few articles for your consideration.


Jim Hollingsworth

Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. (Acts 2:38)

U.S. Constitution Article I, Section 9, Paragraph 3-5

No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.

No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken.

No Tax or Duty shall be laid on Articles exported from any State.

  1. Fani Willis’ Plot is failing
  1. Georgia, Fani Willis: Why the Plea Deals?
  1. DeSantis: Support for Israel, but no boots on the ground
  1. Rep Ilhan Omar: Israel Bombed Baptist Hospital in Gaza Although it is hard to be sure, but it appears that the rocket was a Hamas rocket, it hit the parking lot of the hospital, none were injured in the hospital, and only 100 to 200 were killed.  Omar was just repeating the claims made by Hamas.
  1. Fani Willis had plea deals with Trump associates; no success  AG Willis believed these would testify against Trump, but apparently, they have nothing to say.  Interesting.
  1. More Than 100 Black Pastors Stand Against Ohio Abortion  Bill 7.;
  1. Democrat Claim about Pro-life Centers
  1. Travel Money seized at Atlanta Airport
  1. Chinese Wind profits drop dramatically
  1. New Action on Gaza Front
  1. Israel Targets Gaza
  1. Senator John Fetterman Supports Ukraine Funding I am not sure about funding the war in Ukraine.  One thing should be obvious: There is no reason we ought to borrow money, or print more money (inflation) to give to them.  If Ukraine needs money let them borrow it themselves.
  1. Biden Plan makes Illegal Immigration Worse
  1. Press lies about border
  1. Biden in Trouble over EV Requirements Some say Electric Vehicles are the wave of the future.  They are not.  They may be used on a limited basis for some time, but they will never be practical for a lot of reasons, not the least the source of their power.  People don’t want them and sales are seriously lagging.  Electric Vehicles were sold at the beginning of the Twentieth Century, but after internal combustion engines were invented, sales declined.
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  1. Separation of Church and State Video 16 Min
  1. Colleges Today: Indoctrination, not Education
  1. Speaker Mike Johnson Strongly Pro-life
  1. Michael Cohen Contradicts his story in Trump Trial
  1. John Fetterman Opposes J.D. Vance
  1. Michigan Election Victory
  1. Here is a letter I sent to Congress yesterday.

Dear Legislator,

Several months ago I asked what you were  doing about the move to digital money and was informed that there was no truth to it.  Read the link below and you will see that Idaho Representatives are concerned about digital money.  There must be some truth to it.

Banks have always had the ability to transfer money digitally.  If that is what they want, that is fine.  But not for the rest of us.  Some people do not use credit cards or write checks, and for them paper dollars and coins are essential.

You must do what you can to stop the move to digital money.  This would be madness for our country, and even the rest of the world.

Thanks so much.

Jim Hollingsworth

Legislators cite 2024 priorities | Coeur d’Alene Press (