WORLD NEWS LIVE ” BLOOMBERG “…

WORLD NEWS LIVE ” BLOOMBERG “…

( CLICK LINK )

SUNDAY MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-9-2018…

SUNDAY MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-9-2018…

(LATEST LIVE SERMON. 9 click here )

CHRISTIAN MUSIC: PLAY IN BACKGROUND IF YOU HAVE A COMPUTER, LAPTOP, NOTEBOOK…

 

WPB25-LIVE NEWS…

WPB25-LIVE NEWS…

( CLICK HERE )

PORT OF PALM BEACH BUDGET MEETING 8-16-2018…

PORT OF PALM BEACH BUDGET MEETING 8-16-2018…

SUNDAY MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-2-2018…

SUNDAY MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-2-2018…

 

BLOOMBERG WORLD NEWS…9-1-2018…

BLOOMBERG WORLD NEWS…9-1-2018…

SATURDAY/SABBATH MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-1-2018…

SATURDAY/SABBATH MORNING WITH JOYCE MEYER…9-1-2018…

 

JEWISH POLICY CENTER EMAIL…8-31-2018…

EMAIL RECEIVED 8-29-2018…

inFocus
INSIGHT

Taking an Axe to the “Peace Process”

Shoshana Bryen  August 29, 2018 • American Thinker

Under new American parameters, Palestinians have something to lose. (Photo: AFP)

The Trump administration has restored the United States to the position of honest broker – emphasis on “honest” – and taken a hatchet to a series of fantasies underlying the notion of an Israeli-Palestinian “peace process.”  Twenty-five years after the Oslo Accords ushered in radical, despotic, kleptocratic Palestinian self-government, the Accords are dead.  And that’s good.

The new construct is as follows:

  • The U.S. is not neutral between Israel, America’s democratic friend and ally, and the Palestinians, who are neither.
  • Everybody has a “narrative,” a national story.  Not everyone’s narrative is factual.  The U.S. will insist that there are facts, and that history – both ancient and modern – is real and knowable.  The American government’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel is simply the acceptance of the truth of history.  The city was the capital of the Jewish people and never, ever the seat of government for any other.  In this assertion, the president was joined by many members of the U.S. House and Senate, irrespective of party – although some had more trouble saying so than others.
  • The U.S. will not pay for fraud, mismanagement, or support of terrorism by the Palestinians or the United Nations.  Repeat the comment about congressional support.
  • Neither will we fund two Palestinian governments simply because it is easier than figuring out what to do with Hamas and Fatah, who are fighting a civil war and agree on little besides the need for Israel’s ultimate demise.  Repeat the comment about congressional support.

In the new game, the Palestinians have something to lose – the sine qua non of successful negotiations.

The Washington rumor mill believes that President Trump’s next move will be to change the definition of Palestinians as “refugees” in the American lexicon.  Palestinians will cease to be the only population in the world in which refugee status is handed down generationally through one’s father, which ensures permanent geometric growth in the refugee population.  Palestinians will become like every other group.  If you lose your home and can’t go back – think Rohingya or Montagnard – you are a refugee.  Settled in a country that will have you, you are no longer a refugee, nor will any of your future generations be.  Think Vietnamese.

In tandem, then, comes the proposition that the descendants of refugees have no “right” to go and settle in places their parents, grandparents, or great grandparents claim to have lived.  This, again, will make the Palestinians just like every other refugee population.  Time moves forward only.  Israel is here, Israel will remain, and Israel can determine who lives within its borders.

On the other hand, and there is always another hand, much of the discussion is driven by money.  Although money is fungible, it isn’t always easily so, and contrary to the professional refugee-managers, the goal is not to punish Palestinians whose only crime is the misfortune of living under Hamas or the P.A.

The American Taylor Force Act – passed and signed – will have the United States withhold money from the P.A. in the amount of the stipends the P.A. pays to terrorists and their families.  The Palestinian Authority paid out approximately $350 million in 2017.  The knowledge that their families will be taken care of financially has, in fact, led to a number Palestinians choosing what we, in the U.S., call “suicide by cop.”  Palestinians who feel hopeless and for one or another reason figure that they can best provide for their families by killing Jews are encouraged by their own government.  That’s an easy one.  If P.A. strongman Mahmoud Abbas doesn’t spend the money on terror stipends, he can replace the American shortage and spend the money on other things.

The Trump administration has also announced that it will stop the flow of U.S. taxpayer funds to the U.N. Human Rights Council – a bastion of anti-Israel sentiment.  “We’ll calculate 22 percent of the Human Rights Council and the High Commissioner’s budget, and our remittances to the UN for this budget year will be less 22 percent of those costs – and we’ll say specifically that’s what we’re doing,” NSC adviser John Bolton said.  “We expect that impact to occur on the Human Rights Council.”  Again, not much of a problem.  One might hope the UNHRC will produce 22 percent less hot air, but that is not certain.

Then comes a more difficult issue.  The administration has cut $300 million from UNRWA, leading to the expected wails about starving babies.  UNRWA has, for almost seven decades, been the prison guard of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon, and Syria, as well as running shanty towns for Palestinians in Jordan, where many hold both citizenship and refugee status.  It has also hired Hamas and Hezb’allah operatives and shielded their weapons in UNRWA schools.

Babies won’t starve unless the Palestinians want them to for a photo op.  (Don’t be huffy – it was Gaza leader Yaya Sinwar who praised “the sacrifice of” Palestinian children “as an offering for Jerusalem and the right of return.”)  On the other hand, it behooves the United States to work closely with Israel – the Israelis being most acutely sensitive to the connection between money and terror – to manage the change in available funds for the short term.  Otherwise, it is possible that Hamas and the P.A. can gin up even more unhappy souls to engage in terrorism.

If “peace” is a bridge too far, a long-term stabilization process is not out of reach based on President Trump’s new foundations for American policy.  At a minimum, the United States can be sure that the policies that it pursues are consonant with American interests and American allies.  President Trump has done well.

facebook twitter email

Jewish Policy Center · 50 F ST NW · Suite 100 · Washington · DC · 20001

CBS 12 LIVE AT 3PM…8-31-2018…

CBS 12 LIVE AT  3pm…8-31-2018…CLICK THE LIVE BROADCAST…IF THE SCREEN GOES DARK DURING THE COMMERCIALS, REOPEN THE PAGE AND CLICK LIVE AGAIN…

SEN. JOHN MCCAIN PASSES ON…

ARITHRA FRANKLIN PASSES ON…

WEATHER…

 

AN EMAIL FROM THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST…8-30-2018…

AN EMAIL FROM THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST…8-30-2018…

   
 
WELCOME HOME OUR HEROES: 
HONOR FLIGHT 
SEPTEMBER 1ST

 

RICK SCOTT FOR FLORIDA
It’s clear that Bill Nelson and Chuck Schumer are getting desperate. They can see that we’re pulling ahead, so Nelson and his liberal allies like Chuck Schumer’s super PAC have bought over $40 million in ads to run between now and Election Day, trying to attack Governor Scott.

We know that the best way to fight back is to keep Floridians informed about Governor Scott’s plan to change Washington and help our state. That’s why Team Scott is looking for as many volunteers as possible to help us inform voters about his ” Make Washington Work Plan.

Our team can tell you firsthand that volunteers indeed are the backbone of any campaign. Without dedicated, hardworking Floridians like you, we would not have built the momentum that we have now. And with your continued support, nothing can stop us from winning in November.
 
https://rickscottforflorida.com/get-involved/volunteer 

Bill Nelson may have Chuck Schumer on his side, but we know
he’s no match for what Team Scott volunteers can accomplish.

Sincerely,
Team Scott

Paid for by Rick Scott for Florida

REPUBLICAN CLUB OF KINGS POINT 
MONTHLY TOWN HALL MEETING
  7:00PM    WEDNESDAY   SEPTEMBER 5 
 
Our Club cordially invites everyone from our Kings Point Community to come to our Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 meeting, participate in our activities, listen to our speakers and ask them questions about the issues of the day. All residents of Kings Point are invited regardless of politicapersuasion. All attending will receive a free raffle ticket for a chance to win a $25.00 Publix gift card.
 
Our first speaker will be our long -time friend Alan Bergstein. Alan is a well- known local activist and commentator and currently serves as President of the Judeo -Christian Republican Club. Alan will talk about the “Issues of The Day”
Our second guest speaker will be a friend from the Haitian Community. Frednel Amilcar whose topic is “What it means to be a “Christian Haitian- American Republican”. Frednel was born in 1980 and came to the United States in 1999. He holds a Dual Bachelor’s Degree from FAU in French and Political Science and an Associates Degree in English from Palm Beach State College.
Our third speaker is Michael Barnett the Chairman of the Republican Party of Palm Beach County and Vice chairman of the Republican Party of Florida. Mike will review the August 28th election results and what to expect in the general election scheduled for Tuesday November 6th.
We hope to see you all at our next meeting, on Wednesday, September 5th in the “Social Room” at The Main Clubhouse near the East End Café. Don’t forget everyone will have a free chance to win a $25.00 Publix Gift Card. We do not charge dues and there is no admission charge. We do accept and appreciate donations
Please remember that we meet the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm.
Paul Tocker, President (561) 235-0840
Jonathan Winson, Vice President (561) 600-0416
Main Clubhouse Social Room.
Entrance by East End Cafe
Visit us on the web

REPUBLICAN CLUB OF CENTRAL PALM BEACH COUNTY
September 6, 2018
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Atlantis Country Club, 190 Atlantis Boulevard, Atlantis, FL 33462.
Keynote Speaker:
John Paul Rich 
 
President of the Palm Beach County Young Republican Club
    and Campaign Manager for various campaigns.
Candidates are granted 2 minutes speaking time for themselves or their campaign team.
An alternative is a brief discussion of current events. Bring a 30-60 second speech to share with our club.
Prize(s) given based on participation. $16 for members, $19 for non members provides 1 drink and appetizers.
Network with local Republicans. 
Everyone is welcome. 
For information, please contact Club President Steve Ledewitz at sledewitz@aol.com or Speaker Coordinator Ruth Field Beck.
Ruth Field Beck
Acting Vice President, Speaker Coordinator, Social Media Chair
561-294-5436
Steve Ledewitz
Club President

JUDGE JEANINE IN MIAMI !
SEPTEMBER 13th



Scott Maxwell Featured at September Luncheon
 
Please Join us on Wednesday, September 26, for a discussion of the state of the PBC GOP, and activities leading up to the November Election, with Scott Maxwell, the county GOP Executive and Political Director.
 
The job of Political Director involves finding Republican candidates for local elections and helping them succeed. As a current Lake Worth Commissioner serving his sixth term, Scott knows how it’s done.
Join us in September to hear Scott’s views on the upcoming election. With highly contested races for Governor, Senator and US Congress, there is a lot riding on what we do in the next 10 weeks. It’s time to saddle up.
Scott Maxwell is the Executive & Political Director of the Republican Party of Palm Beach County.
Born at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia; Scott was raised in a military family. He attended Xavier University in Cincinnati and transferred from Pittsburgh to Palm Beach County in June 1983. Scott met his wonderful wife Paula in 1984, and they married in 1988. In addition to their adult son, Scott Jr., they have two beautiful English Cocker Spaniel rescues, Cody and Domino as well as, Archie “Doodle” an Australian Terrier.
Scott has had the opportunity to work successfully with various political candidates, consultants and fundraisers in Palm Beach County over the past 20 years and is currently serving his 6th term on the Lake Worth City Commission.
Scott looks to use his life’s experiences to build relationships and coalitions that will encourage others to join and actively participate in the Republican Party of Palm Beach County.
Scott Maxwell
 
 
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Doors Open 11:30 Buffet 11:45 Program Noon
Palm Beach Airport – 1301 Belvedere Road – West Palm Beach

$25/Members $30/Guests Pay at the door. Cash or check only, no cards accepted

Make sure you submit your RSVP in advance by clicking on our link below:
or by emailing info@gopclubpb.org, or by calling 561-855-0749
  Please respect Club rules: Cell Phones Silenced, Business Casual Attire, Please No Jeans

Republican Club of the Palm Beaches, PO Box 2585 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 (561) 855-0749This Sharing Buttons

 
PALM BEACH COUNTY TEA PARTY SEPTEMBER EVENTS
 
Join the Palm Beach County Tea Party
for the premier viewing of the Tea Party Patriot documentary
 
 INVALIDATED: THE SHREDDING OF THE UNITED STATES PATENT SYSTEM
When a father of eight invents the “Toy of The Year,” he hopes his invention will bring financial security to his family.
 
But his genius idea is stolen!
 
Thrust into a battle to save his invention he uncovers the shocking truth that 
intellectual property rights are at risk and American innovation is dying.
 


Boca Showing 
September 4, 2018 at 7:00PM 
 Boca Raton Community Center 
150 Crawford Blvd, 
Boca Raton, FL 33432 
(561) 393-7807

  

 

Wellington Showing 
September 5, 2018 at 7:00PM 
Wellington Community Center 
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard 
(561) 753-2484 


 

AMERICA RESURGENT HOMELAND SECURITY CONFERENCE
September 30

 
Greetings Fellow Republicans!
The Palm Beach County Republican Party also publishes a monthly Newsletter. All Republicans are invited to participate. Please send items you wish to have published, such as reports of past club and Party events, candidate activities, or reviews of current events, by the first of each month; please include photos if you have any.
Letters to the editor are also welcomed, but should be no longer than 500 words and may be edited for length and content. Guest commentaries are also encouraged.
You can send your submissions, via email, to me at: tommullings@comcast.net
Thanks,
Tom Mullings
Editor, Republican Party of Palm Beach County Newsletter

If you would like to submit an entry for “The Wire,” a weekly e-bulletin of the Palm Beach County Republican Party, please send submissions to Cheryl Mullings at cherylmullings@comcast.net by 5:00 pm on Wednesday. The Wire goes out every Thursday, and includes announcements of upcoming club events, candidate announcements, notices from the Republican Party of Palm Beach County, and items of interest from related organizations.
Republican Party of Palm Beach County
1555 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.   Suite 500
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
561.686.1616
executivedirector@palmbeach.gop           |           http://www.palmbeach.gop
Republican Party of Palm Beach County,1555 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard     Suite 500, West Palm Beach, FL 33401