Republicans are Sowing the Seeds of their Own destruction!

Why are Republican’s enabling the Tech Companies that are determined to defeat them? Tucker Carlson warned them last night and we have been warning them for two years! President Trump must instruct the FTC to stop the censorship by Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram of Consevatives on Social Media NOW!!!

This is no accident, this has been planned since 2017. Click the link below to download and read the left’s plan to make sure no conservative has access to social media in the 2020 elections. We must fight this NOW or the Left is going to steal the Whitehouse and Senate in 2020!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/f3izr4st8qnln12/Full-David-Brock-Confidential-Memo-On-Fighting-Trump.pdf?dl=0

ACTION ALERT: Ohio Senate Considers Discriminatory Bill

The same day CCV sent our Action Alert to you regarding the Federal Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Bill, the Ohio Senate scheduled the Ohio version of this dangerous bill for a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee – SB 11.

We need to take action immediately to ensure this bill never moves forward! There is no greater threat to religious freedom and privacy than this bill.

Image

Some of the most powerful and well-funded special interest groups are backing this devastating legislation.

The so-called “Ohio Fairness Act,” better known as a Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Law, creates a laundry list of problems for businesses, ministries, medical professionals, women, and children.

It also threatens Bible-believing Christians with severe penalties for simply living out our faith.

Just like the Federal Bill, this bill creates a host of negative impacts:

  • Requiring biological men be allowed in women’s restrooms, locker rooms, and showers if they claim they identify as women.
  • Requiring boys be allowed to play in girls’ sports in public schools if they claim they identify as women.
  • Forcing women’s homeless shelters and domestic violence shelters to allow biological men who claim to identify as women to bathe and bunk with women.
  • Allowing state government to remove children from parents’ custody who don’t consent to dangerous conversion/hormone therapy.
  • Forcing doctors to participate in “gender transition” surgeries and procedures.
  • Requiring businesses to participate in same-sex weddings, even if the wedding violates their religious beliefs. 

The truth is, SB 11 doesn’t create equality, it creates massive inequality by making Christians, women, and children second-class citizens by restricting their religious freedom and privacy rights.

TAKE ACTION TODAY: Your State Senator needs to hear from you to oppose SB 11! Use CCV’s Action Center to send a quick note to your senator on this dangerous bill!

CLICK HERE TO TAKE ACTION

More Resources on Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Laws

Job Creation Smashes Expectations

More proof that the Democrats, particularly Joe Biden, have no clue what is happening in the US economy. They believe their own lies.

Unemployment rate falls to 49-year low

The U.S. labor market charged ahead in April.

The economy added 263,000 non-farm payrolls for the month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. This topped expectations for 190,000 new positions, according to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg. March’s payroll additions were downwardly revised to 189,000, from 196,000 previously.

The unemployment rate fell to 3.6% for the month, the lowest level since December 1969. Consensus economists had anticipated that unemployment would hold at March’s 3.8% rate.

Meanwhile, the labor force participation rate fell slightly from March to 62.8%, but was unchanged from the year prior. The broad U-6 gauge of unemployment – which captures the underemployed as well as those who have ceased looking for jobs and – held at 7.3%, the same level seen in both February and March.

Average hourly earnings rose 0.2% month-over-month and 3.2% year-over-year, the same paces seen in March. Consensus economists had anticipated hourly wages to increase by 0.3% on a monthly basis and 3.3% on an annual basis.

Positions in the manufacturing sector grew by 4,000 in April, reversing a decline of 6,000 seen in March. However, this came in short of the 10,000 new manufacturing positions expected. Manufacturing job creation has been closely watched amid softness in the sector as a whole, with the Institute for Supply Management’s factory gauge falling to a two-year low in April.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics report comes on the heels of mixed employment data from other closely watched labor market indicators. ADP/Moody’s reported earlier this week that private payrolls increased by 275,000 in April, or nearly 100,000 positions more than expected.

However, initial unemployment claims, which had been trending lower, recently rebounded, with Thursday’s latest reading showing new jobless claims rose by 230,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis during the last full week of April.

Meanwhile, the economy on the whole has shown signs of trending higher, based on the much stronger-than-expected reading on first-quarter GDP last week. According to that report, the U.S. economy grew at a pace of 3.2% in the first three months of the year, surging ahead of consensus expectations for 2.3% growth.

Fed Watch

Friday’s jobs report comes just two days following the Federal Reserve’s Wednesday latest monetary policy decision and commentary from Fed Chair Jerome Powell – but don’t expect the Fed to be swayed by any gyrations in the headline payrolls number, some analysts said.

“I think the Fed has really moved to the sidelines, because they’re concerned about just keeping the expansion going. If anything, I think what really brings them back into play will be inflation that starts to overheat,” Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer for Independent Advisor Alliance, said in an interview with Yahoo Finance ahead of the release of the jobs report. “Right now, I think they’re very happy with where the jobs picture is.”

Non-farm payroll additions totaled 263,000 for the month of April, while the unemployment rate fell to a 49-year low.

On Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided to keep key interest rates unchanged at a band of between 2.25% and 2.5%, with Powell subsequently telegraphing that the central bank does not see a “strong case” to change interest rates in either direction at this point.