Required Reading – July 19 Evening Update

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Pearce: Trump Pulled Out Of The Paris Climate Accords, But The US Is Spending Billions To Implement It

“The World Bank is spending millions in government funding from various countries, including the U.S., to implement climate mitigation strategies in line with an international agreement to fight climate change — the Paris climate accords. The U.S. is the World Bank’s largest supporter and shareholder owning 17 percent of organization’s shares. The next largest owner, Japan, owns just under 8 percent. Several bills moving through Congress would grant the World Bank, along with other Multilateral Development Banks, roughly $1.8 billion.”

Read more at Daily Caller.

Bomberger: Planned Parenthood Kills More Blacks in 2 Weeks than the KKK Killed in a Century

“What is it about truth that sends people scrambling to their ‘safe’ (dishonest) spaces? Too many have such a visceral aversion to the truth. Even among fellow Christians, who claim that the truth sets us free, the resistance to inarguable facts is often met with misapplied defenses of grace and non-judgement. One of my latest memes set off a firestorm among those who think that invoking history to illuminate its repeated present is ‘offensive’, ‘disgusting’, and ‘hurtful’. The online graphic reads: ‘We kill more black lives in 2 weeks than the KKK lynched in a century…Planned Parenthood: Eugenics. No Matter What.’ The URL in the meme provides the context of how abortion has become the leading killer in the black community. And finally, an image of a noose appears above those words as an instrument of racial violence (which killed an estimated 3,446African-Americans). Today, an estimated 247 black lives are killed every day by Planned Parenthood with forceps, vacuum aspiration machines, chemicals and other devices.”

Read more at Town Hall.

Greenfield: Illegal Alien Raped 4 Women in Sanctuary City

“Who is the sanctuary city for?  San Francisco provided no shelter or sanctuary for Orlando Vilchez Lazo’s victims. But it was certainly happy to provide sanctuary for the ride share rapist while he committed his crimes, . . .”

Read more at Front Page Mag.

Want news updates?

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

Comments are closed.