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October 21, 2018 Highlights

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I Fell For Facebook Fake News. Here’s Why Millions Of You Did Too, Geoffrey A. Fowler, Washington Post

6 Big Moments In Trump-Stahl Rumble On 60 Minutes, Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal

Hey Hollywood, Here Are Some Real – Not Fictional – Historical Epics To Produce, Raymond Ibrahim

The Hypocrisy Of The Leftist Press When It Comes To Melania, Laura Ainsworth, mikehuckabee.com

What Trump Has In Common With Winston Churchill And General Patton, Steve Strang, Charisma

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The Most Actively Traded ETF’s, Wealth Management

10 Investor Takeaways From The 2018 IMF/World Bank Meetings, Lupin Rahman, PIMCO, Advisor Perspectives

The Pioneers Of Technical Analysis, Investopedia

Cryptocurrency Industry Showing Healthy Signs Of Consolidation, Forbes Confidential

3 Bitcoin Price Factors Suggest Bears Are In Charge, Omkar Godbole, Coindesk

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Spiritual Life

The Last Days Of America, Jim Bakker Show/You Tube

Where America And The Church Are Today, Jim Bakker Show

Why Perfectionism Is A 20 Ton Shield, Dr. Brene Brown, Oprah Winfrey Network

What God Requires, Part 1, Neville Johnson, You Tube

Mark Taylor Says Red Tsunami Mid-Terms and No More Democrats In the White House, You Tube

Sadhu Selvraj: 2018 Prophecies Concerning India, China & The South China Sea, The Destruction Of North Korea, And the Blessing Of The United States, You Tube

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More Common Sense


Sword & Scimitar, Raymond Ibrahim

CS Commentary: Probably one of the most fascinating and important books on the history of Islam related to the ignorance of Western society ever written. Researched and resourced from primary Arabic and Greek sources. A must read.

The Sociopath Next Door, Martha Stout

CS Commentary: A great book for the environment of politics, because this is where a lot of the 4 out of 100 people who are psychopaths/sociopaths end up.


How C.S. Lewis’s Lord, Liar, Or Lunatic Argument To Prove Jesus Of Nazareth Is God Breaks Down, The Daily Wire

Melania Trump Interview: Response To Infidelity Accusations (video, left), ABC

Mega Millions Lottery October 16 Is 4th Largest Ever, megamillions.com

Most Gruesome Murder In Los Angeles – Ever, Part 1, Crime Watch, You Tube; Also see, Most Gruesome Murder In Los Angeles – Ever, Part 2, Crime Watch, You Tube

Famous Trials: The Trial Of O.J. Simpson – How OJ Got Away With Murder, Douglas O. Linder

Top 10 Best Sedans For 2019, Autobytel


25 Habits That Help You Get A Good Night’s Sleep, Don Colbert, M.D., Charisma

The Pros And Cons Of Cholesterol Lowering Drugs, Rebekah Edwards, Dr. Axe

BPA Toxic Effects & Symptoms: How BPA Destroys Your Body, Dr. Axe


This Movie Was In This Week’s Top Ten And Liberals Tried To Stop It, The Final Point, One America News

Three Solid Movies On The 2008 Financial Crisis, Jeffery A. Tucker, AIER

We went on an overseas trip recently and had a chance to watch several previously released films to pass the time on the flight. Here are our reviews:

Film Review: Miracle Season, B-


The Beatles’ Paul McCartney: Human and Still Having Fun, 60 Minutes Excerpt

The Beatles’ Paul McCartney: Story Behind ‘Michelle’, 60 Minutes/You Tube

The Beatles’ Paul McCartney: Lennon Only Paid Me A Compliment Once, You Tube


Major League Baseball Fall Classic: Dodgers/Brewers vs. Boston Red Sox, mlb.com


8 Days, 7 Nights, One Carry-On, Jetsetter; Also see, Jetsetter’s Guide To Getting A Hotel Room Upgrade, Jetsetter; Also see, 9 Smart Ways To Make Travel Less Stressful, Jetsetter

Jetsetter’s Guide To Tipping, Jetsetter

Pilot Prompted To Take Off Early, Seconds Before Earthquake Strikes Runway, God Reports


‘Manifest’ TV Review, Daniel Fienberg, Hollywood Reporter; Also see, NBC’s ‘Lost’- Like Drama, ‘Manifest’ Will Explore Science vs Faith, Hollywood Reporter

Quotes Of The Month:

“We are masters of our actions from the beginning up to the very end. But, in the case of our habits, we are only masters of their commencement–each particular little increase being as imperceptible as in the case of bodily infirmities. But yet our habits are voluntary, in that it was once in our power to adopt or not to adopt such or such a course of conduct.” – Aristotle

“Without virtue it is difficult to bear gracefully the honors of fortune.” – Aristotle


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