Joe Biden has unveiled a plan to require COVID vaccines on the American public by requiring either vaccination or frequent testing on government workers, contractors, or workers who are employed at companies that have 100 employees or more, and a group that includes over 80 million people. “Many of us are frustrated with the nearly 80 million Americans who are still not vaccinated, even though the vaccine is safe, effective, and free,” Biden said. READ MORE
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, the leader of the Archdiocese of San Francisco wrote an Op-Ed in the Washington Post denouncing Catholics that support abortion knowing it is against the Roman Catholic Church’s teaching and beliefs. In it, he wrote, “As a faith leader in the Catholic community, I find it especially disturbing that so many of the politicians on the wrong side of the preeminent human rights issue of our time are self-professed Catholics.” READ MORE
Nurses have been in demand for years. A registered nurse can almost pick any spot in the U.S. to live and work and find employment quickly. As the COVID vaccine mandates go into effect on Sept. 30 some medical professionals are quitting their jobs rather than take the shot. That is compounding nursing shortages in California, Texas, and in many places across the country. READ MORE
The nonprofit Urban Institute, a leading research organization dedicated to developing evidence-based insights that improve people’s lives and strengthen communities for 50 years has released the 2021 Poverty Projections Assessing the Impact of Benefits and Stimulus Measures research report.
In estimating the state’s Supplemental Poverty Measure the report gives credit to the COVID-related federal relief legislation and claims 301,000 fewer West Virginians were living in poverty this year than would have been otherwise, a reduction of 71 percent. READ MORE
Governor Kate Brown issued a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all state employees. The mandate stated that employees that failed to be vaccinated by October 18 would be terminated. The mandate was met with a lawsuit from the Oregon Fraternal Order of Police and the Kingsley Firefighters Association which stated in part, “On August 13, 2021, Governor Brown issued Executive Order Number 21-29 (“EO No. 21-29”), which purported to impose a mandatory vaccine requirement on all Executive Branch employees. EO No. 21-29 mandates any Executive Branch employee who declines to submit to a vaccine will be terminated from their employment on or about October 18, 2021. The individual plaintiffs are Executive Branch employees as defined in EO No. 21-29 who want to exercise control over their own medical treatment and are being forced to choose between their rights privileges and liberties as citizens on the one hand and their employment, careers, and financial futures on the other. Oregon FOP and KFFA are mutual benefit organizations with members subject to EO No. 21-29.
David Daleiden, the undercover investigative journalist who spent 30 months capturing video evidence of Planned Parenthood negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts is now facing nine felonies.
This time, Daleiden is fighting back. The Thomas More Society has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in California on his behalf against former California Attorney General and now VicePresident Kamala Harris who ordered the California Department of Justice to raid Daleiden’s home and confiscate his unpublished videos. The Thomas More Society has also filed a defamation lawsuit in federal court in New York against Planned Parenthood. READ MORE
Lyla Belle King is the youngest reporter on staff at The Missions Tribune.
She writes in each edition about life through the eyes a young devout Christian
girl. She sets an example of how to always stand for Christ - no matter what!
Hello Kids corner!
I hope everyone is having a wonderful day and summer! Have you gotten anything to eat or drink today? If not, go do that now. How has your summer been going so far? Any vacations? I’ve been mostly hanging out with my cousins or walking with my friends, but last week I did go on a vacation with my family and got to see Blackwater Falls and some family! Anyways, moving on to the article today, I want to introduce to you another Christian singer who has blown me away.
Last weekend I went up to my Aunt Janie’s house. And while I was there she told me about this girl who was on America’s Got Talent. So I'm sitting at the table while my aunt gives this story to me. And I am taking everything in because of how inspirational it is. I just had to write about it. This girl is Jane Marczewski, also known as, NightBirde and she got the golden buzzer after her performance of her original song “It’s Okay.” When she went on she had cancer in her lungs, spine, and liver. She is really inspirational to me because even though she has gone through a ton of really difficult events she holds her head up and sings about everything being okay. That’s a really powerful message.
Nightbirde puts her trust and her life in God. For me, putting my trust in God takes a burden off of my shoulders. It makes me feel like I am going to be okay no matter what comes up. That’s why it’s so important to spend time with God. He does all these amazing things for us and we get to be his children.
On that night Nightbirde revealed that she was given a two percent chance of survival. How is it possible that with knowing you have a two percent chance of survival she was able to get up on the stage in front of live television and sing about “it” being okay? I definitely suggest you check out her music and her performance on America’s Got Talent. After listening I felt like I was with this girl in a giant battle telling myself it was going to be okay.
That’s all Kids Corner thank you so much for reading! I know I definitely learned something from Aunt Jane. She taught me to leave everything in God’s hands. As a teen with anxiety, it can be very hard to let things go and trust that God will take care of them. This week I will definitely try to do that more. Have a wonderful week kids corner! I love you and Jesus loves you!
This is Lyla Belle signing out!