1. The moderators for the Presidential debates have been announced and as is usual they have a decided liberal slant. They include Lester Holt of NBC, Martha Radditz of ABC and Chris Wallace of Fox. While Wallace works for Fox which is the closest to conservative of any of the networks but recently moving to the left, Wallace is decidedly in the mainstream category but, then again, with 93% of the media calling themselves Democrats I guess it's to be expected. The one Vice President debate will be moderated by Elaine Quijano of CBS, just another feather in the cap of the liberal cause.
2. The monthly employment data came out and once again it shows an unemployment rate untouched by reality at 4.9%, the same reported rate as last month. At the same time, government workers outnumber manufacturing workers in America by over 9.9 million and over 94.3 working age citizens remain permanently out of work. And only 151,000 jobs were created with most being in the service sector, notably low paying restaurant and bar employment heavily dependent on tips for living expenses. So much for the supposed recovery and the unemployed are disproportionately represented by males, white and black alike, largely due to the emphasis of putting immigrants first for big business doing anything to cut corners. "Not much of a recovery" continues to be the cry of the land.
3. And last but not least, Hillary Clinton's problem with security from her email issues continues. It actually gained added steam with a report coming out that even though she told the FBI she had no security briefing as required of all government employees handling classified materials, records show she signed an acknowledgement of attendance.
And the lies from a rogue government just continue to mount while the media, the supposed watchdog for truth and accuracy in America, just looks the other way and nods in deference to their political inclination. How sad.
But don't worry, folks, these things will still be there to look at and evaluate come Monday, they'll just be harder to find. Enjoy the weekend in the meantime and get a little respite with a good football game. Come Monday, Labor Day, the heat of the election will make the most recent weeks look like a cold spell. Enjoy your weekend and remember the One who made you by worshiping Him in His house tomorrow.
God bless you all.