Greg Maresca | Remnant Columnist
Not one branch of the U.S. military has approved any religious exemptions regarding the COVID jab. As a result, hundreds have already been discharged with plenty more on deck.
The COVID jab mandate went into effect on November 28, 2021 and has been struck down by a number of federal courts. The most recent being the Supreme Court’s decision not to make private employers force the jab upon their employees ruling OSHA was out of bounds pushing forward with such an unconstitutional mandate.
The Orwellian headline that New York will dispense medical treatment to those suffering from COVID by racial preference was just another sign of the times.
New York endangered thousands of elderly nursing home patients in 2020 and now this. How is this not government-sponsored racism? If they are so concerned with life-expectancy via racial equity perhaps mandatory euthanasia of whites over 80 is something the Margaret Sanger branch of the Democrat party needs to pursue.
Countercultural moment: When the Fiji men’s rugby team won gold at the Olympics, they got on their knees prayed and then sang a hymn in thanksgiving to God.
Oxymoron: The Webb telescope launched on Christmas has NASA anticipating it to reveal a “quantum leap of understanding of who we are, how we got here, what we are, and how did it all evolve.” This is exactly what Christmas discloses to Christians.
As the days gradually begin to lengthen and 2021 has been deposited into the annals of history, the time for the annual Rearview Awards has arrived.
Prick of the year: Dr. Tony Fauci, a Brooklyn native no less, seems to take joy in every new COVID variant and then doubles down on the inoculation and booster express.
Greatest lie: Politicians embellish and exaggerate, but Joe Biden’s claim that his “Build Back Better” legislation “costs zero dollars” is the year’s biggest and grandest canard.
A recent Lifeway Research poll had both promising and not so promising news. The good news was straight forward: More than 90 percent of Americans celebrates Christmas. On the flip side however, only 22 percent of those that rejoice and revel in the greatest event in all of human history could actually recall in detail what they are celebrating. Perhaps that explains why Thanksgiving is the most popular American holiday, according to another Lifeway Research survey. Moreover, 17 percent actually claimed they could not recall anything about Christmas.
At his virtual “Summit for Democracy,” which received little news coverage and was more icing than cake, President Biden announced, “In the face of sustained and alarming challenges to democracy, universal human rights, and all around the world, democracy needs champions.”
I had to reread that statement more than once believing I had missed the punchline.
It was no joke.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments recently that could overturn Roe v. Wade that in 1973 legalized abortion. It is the most meaningful challenge to the constitutionality of abortion – ever.
Without question, the moral and civil rights issue of the 20th century that has literally bled into the second decade of the 21st century is abortion. In its wake, nearly 63 million American souls were sacrificed in this national scourge.
There is nothing in the Constitution that grants a right to an abortion. Provided the court overturns this most egregious decision, every state would then separately consider the issue.
Prior to joining the Biden 2020 presidential ticket, Kamala Harris was polling around 2 % – among Democrats – never making it to that first primary, so it comes as no surprise that her most recent poll numbers are even lower than President Biden’s.
Given his age and cognitive decline, if there was ever a presidential nominee who needed to select an accomplished vice president, it was Biden. Instead, we get arguably the least qualified one ever who just happens to be coupled with one of the more incompetent president’s in history. As President Barack Obama reportedly said: “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to foul things up.”
Virginia and New Jersey’s recent elections should have been a landslide.
The Virginia governor’s race is a microcosm of our national political climate. Republican Glenn Youngkin’s 51-49 victory for governor, which the Biden campaign won by 10% last year, was an impressive turnaround in such a short period of time.
As you prepare to anchor around that Thanksgiving Day table don’t forget to throw a lifeline to the leftists of the family.
There is no denying that we all have them.
There’s Uncle Jack who still models those Woodstock tie-dyed tee-shirts and has that Che Guevara poster hanging in his garage, or Uncle Ed, now a fulfilled septuagenarian, who sports that unsightly rattail from under his baseball cap that he never removes. Then there’s Uncle Cosmo who refuses to relinquish that hazmat suit he wears to work, and his bride, Aunt Holly, who is never jolly except when she is showing off the ankle butterfly tattoo she got on her 60th birthday.