Mandy's Wed Blog: An Hour and a Half of Radio Magic Is On Deck!

THE ROCKIES ARE UP AT 1:30 TODAY So we've got an abbreviated show but it will be MAGIC I tell you, MAGIC.

HEY, GRANT'S NEW PODCAST IS UP! If baseball isn't your thing, check out Grant's podcast. Today he interviews Tom McGowan who is a young entrepreneur on a mission with All Things Good. ATG is a news outlet that is turning into a digital empire that provides only good news stories and content. Through the struggles of starting a company with no financial backing, moving from city to city to find work, and overcoming the naysayers who didn't believe in the power of positive news, Tom is on his way to changing how the world of media works! Listen here!

I GOT AN EMAIL YESTERDAY ABOUT THE IRS RELIGION STORY From yesterday's blog. Here is the entry:

THE BIBLE IS A REPUBLICAN THING APPARENTLY At least according to none other than the IRS, which denied the non-profit application of a group from Texas. The mission of the group is to urge Christians to pray for the leaders of our nation and government and to inform people of the Biblical values in relation to current issues. In the denial letter, the IRS actually said this:

"Specifically you educate Christians in areas where they can be instrumental including areas like sanctity of life, the definition of marriage, biblical justice, freedom of speech, defense, and borders and immigration, and US and Israel relations. The Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the (Republican) party and candidates. This disqualifies you from exemption under IRS section 501(c)3"

Don't worry,they are already suing, but this is just another example of the Democrats war on religion. We already know that Tea Party organizations were discriminated against during the Obama Administration, so it's no surprise that Biden's IRS would do the same.

This is the email I got yesterday:

From:Joe *** <*****>
Sent:Tuesday, June 22, 2021 9:24 PM
To:Connell, Mandy <>
Subject:[EXTERNAL] Your story about the bible
In your bible story you mention the democrats having a war on religion. It's not a war, they're simply affirming one of the
fundamental principles of our country's founding - which is THE SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE. Why don't you write
about that and the republicans' war on that principle, especially the issue of abortion.
Thank you.
Joe *********

So I thought I'd spend a hot minute writing about Separation of Church and State for Joe. First off, NO it's not a "founding principle" at all. Not even close. It came from letter written in 1802 (well after the founding) by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptist Church. The Church had written to Jefferson to commend him for his stance on religious liberty. In his response, Jefferson wrote the paragraph:

Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," thus building a wall of separation between Church & State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties.

The Danbury Baptists were concerned about Connecticut, which had a state established church in the Puritan Church (later known as Congregational Church), and were complimenting Jefferson not for keeping religion out of politics, but for keeping politics OUT of religion. And lest you think the Democrats don't have a war on religion, they are actively, right this minute, trying to threaten the Catholic Church with a loss of tax exempt status if they don't bend the doctrine to allow our President, who supports the killing of babies in the womb contrary to church teaching, communion. THAT is EXACTLY what the Danbury Baptist Church was talking about. There Joe, I hope this helps.

PARENTS ARE NOW GETTING ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING NONSENSE AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS After the Loudon County School Board voted unanimously to shut down public comment on a new policy to allow transgender students access to facilities of their choosing and forcing teachers to use the students preferred pronouns when there were still 200 people signed up to speak, things went south. It ended like this.

Don't stop parents. Don't let up. Do not stop showing up. We've been silent too long and now it's time to make our voices heard. Stop the insanity of using our schools as petri dishes to test out new policies without knowing how they affect children possibly negatively. Keep. Showing. Up.

SO IS CANDI CDEBACA SORRY AN ARVADA POLICE OFFICER WAS KILLED IN AN AMBUSH? Should we hold Tay Anderson responsible for his death? These "activist" politicians have been very vocal about how bad the cops are, and now one is dead after being targeted and ambushed. Where are the cries for apologies from the Aurora City Council members who hate cops? I truly believe the death of Officer Gordon Beesley is their fault as much as Trump was to blame for what happened at the Capitol. Because I'm not an idiot. But it is fun to say they have blood on their hands.

I'M TOTALLY GOING TO WATCH THIS DATING SHOW BECAUSE HOW CAN I NOT? I LOVE this concept so much. They set people up on dates, put them in RIDICULOUS elaborate makeup disguises and then send them on a date. For real. How can I not???

THE WOMAN BEHIND THE TRASH 1619 PROJECT DEMANDS TENURE AT A UNIVERSITY SHE'S NEVER WORKED AT Nikole Hannah-Jones took a job at UNC in North Carolina but now she's saying she won't take it unless they grant her tenure BEFORE SHE STARTS. First off, tenure is an outdated concept that needs to go. (Angry tenured professors can email me at to discuss this) Hannah-Jones is behind one of the WORST alleged history projects in the world, and yet she had the balls to demand tenure? Good for her, and if UNC grants it, they deserve the poop storm from all the untenured professors who have been toiling away for years on their campus.

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