lunes linkage is a weekly post that I'm resurrecting in my latest attempt at restarting the blog. The title stuck from when I was taking Spanish classes and every Monday (lunes) would list all the tabs that were open on my computer
The Annual Book Reading Challenge
Politichicks on "the Great Reset"
Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum launched the initiative by proposing wealth taxes, additional regulations, and massive Green New Deal government programs. He said, “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed.” “In short,” he wrote,” we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”
How Far will Democrats go to loosen election procedures in order to ensure continual victory?
A person doesn’t even have to believe that such fraud did occur to realize how dangerous such a situation is. I am deeply disturbed that our media (a big part of the problem anyway) has no interest in fairly reporting on the allegations of fraud, and that our judiciary is punting. But I’m afraid that’s what we’re facing.
On President-elect Biden's Health and Human Services nominee, Xavier Becerra (from the National Catholic Register...and analysis from Get Religion.)
On Monday, President-elect Joe Biden tapped California attorney general Xavier Becerra to head the Department of Health and Human Services. If appointed, Becerra will lead an agency that has been at the epicenter of the “culture wars” in the U.S.—and many Catholic groups will now be bracing for those fights to intensify.
Becerra’s record in California shows that he, perhaps more than any other state attorney general, has been willing to wield the power of the state to enforce pro-abortion policies against religious and pro-life groups.