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The U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 representatives on September 17, 1787, creating our government and recognizing our rights as citizens.  At no other time and at no other place has a group of citizens enjoyed both the freedoms and the protections we now have.  I hope we appreciate it.  You can read the Constitution (and the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence) here:  https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs

 

 

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Today Attorney General William Barr testified before the US Senate.  Ranking Member Senator Dianne Feinstein asked the Attorney General about whether President Trump obstructed justice by asking for Robert Mueller to be removed during private conversations with White House staff.

“If the President is being falsely accused, which the evidence now suggests the accusations against him were false and he knew they were false, and he felt that this investigation was unfair, propelled by his political opponents and was hampering his ability to government. That is not a corrupt motive for replacing an independent counsel,” Barr said.

A summary and link to the full Mueller Report, finding no evidence of collusion or obstruction, is available here.

 

 

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The best summary of the Mueller Report I’ve seen is the Thursday press conference by Attorney General, William Barr.  The transcripts are here.  You can view video of the press conference here (courtesy the Washington Post).  If you are so inclined, the full (redacted) Mueller Report is available to read here.   If you’d like my brief views on the subject, read on …

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As the Easter season approaches, the persecution of Christians around the world continues.  Violence and intimidation are common in many areas of Africa, Asia and India.  But persecution, usually in the form of religious discrimination and restrictions on religious liberty, is also increasing in Europe and the United StatesOpen Doors has a good overview of this problem, as well as some useful infographics.

 

 

 

 

Dennis Prager’s answer: “No document in world history so changed the world for the better as did the Ten Commandments.”