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‘Dying because of hypocrisy’: Ex-megachurch pastor says Trump-loving evangelicals are digging their own graves.

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  • The bad news is that you are dying, Church.

And it’s the very good news, too.

  • Related: Special Report | Barry Goldwater Warned Us - The Danger of Evangelicals.

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https://johnpavlovitz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/churchroots-1.jpg07 May 2018 | John Pavlovitz, a former megachurch pastor who now serves as pastor of North Raleigh Community Church in North Carolina, took evangelical Christian conservatives to the woodshed over the weekend with a brutal post on his personal website that accused them of digging their own graves by unquestioningly backing President Donald Trump.

At the start of his post, Pavlovitz says that the Christian right in America was slowly killing itself, and he doesn’t shy away from saying why.

 

“You’re dying because of your hypocrisy,” he writes. “People see the ever-widening chasm between who you say you are and what they regularly experience in your presence. They see the great disparity between the expansive hospitality of Jesus and the narrow prejudice you are so often marked by. They see Christ’s deep affection for the poor, hurting, and marginalized—and both your quiet indifference and open hostility toward them.”

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Special Report | Barry Goldwater Warned Us - The Danger of Evangelicals. (1)/2 Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 
 

  • http://lacatholicworker.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/faith-and-politics-sign.jpgPart 1: The Danger of Evangelicals – It’s Not About Hillary Anymore
  • I see very little of compassion in our President and less of it in my sister and brother evangelicals who claim to share a faith tradition with me.Part 2: Barry Goldwater vs. the Religious Right
  • It's "the Godfather of Conservatism" who said: "Every good Christian should line up and kick Jerry Falwell's ass."

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The GOP is destroying social security so stealthily, we're missing it.

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    After a trillion dollar giveaway to corporations in the Trump TaxScam, the GOP is targeting social security as promised.

  • Related: Special Project | All Out for the Poor Peoples Campaign!

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Jan 24, 2018 | The GOP hasn’t made it’s plans to go after Social Security secret. In November, Marco Rubio was quite honest about plans to target SS once the massive corporate tax cut was passed. Republicans know Social Security is a popular institution, so the strategy is to increase the red tape to turn public opinion against the program.




To learn more read, "Republicans Are Killing Social Security One Tiny Service Cut at a Time" written by Nancy J. Altman for Slate on January 22, 2018.




The GOP claim that the Social Security contributes to our ballooning deficit, when it’s actually self sufficient. Of every dollar Americans put into our SS savings account, only 7/10 of a penny goes towards administering the program. Despite that stellar ratio, Republicans have been slashing the minuscule operating budget since 2010 when they gained power in Congress.

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  • We believe the PPC’s approach is consistent with our own views on what is necessary to build a mass movement. A movement, though, is only as effective as the people who build it. Sign up now.
  • Related: The Wars Abroad and the Wars at Home—and the Work of Putting an End to Them

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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, May 19, 2018.

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Feature Article | David Swanson Discusses “Curing American Exceptionalism.” David Swanson, Opednews Rise Up Times

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  • U.S. exceptionalism, the idea that the United States of America is superior to other nations, is no more fact-based and no less harmful than racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry.
  • Curing Exceptionalism: What’s wrong with how we think about the United States? What can we do about it? 


Publisher's Choice | How Liberals and Their Talking Points Are Fueling the Alt-Right and Trump, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

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  • Part 1: How Liberals Are Fueling the Alt-Right
  • As the old adage goes, “You can’t fight fire with fire.”
  • Part 2: How Liberal Talking Points Help President Trump
  • The name-calling and the policing of others’ words will only repel voters


Of Special Interest | What's Next for Net Neutrality in Congress? Eric Revell, Countable <>


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Bloggers & Columnists | David Swanson, Amy Goodman & Juan Gonzalez



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Activism & Organizing

The Wars Abroad and the Wars at Home—and the Work of Putting an End to Them, elnwebmaster, Labor Fightback Network

  • https://smhttp-ssl-62992.nexcesscdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Statue-of-Liberty-and-Mushroom-Cloud-1024-850x567.jpgTo bring the issue of war into the Poor People’s Campaign would be natural and non-controversial. Any call for moral revival must demand peace. The destruction—indeed sheer waste—of young lives is unconscionable, and the amount of money wasted on that destruction is money which could be addressing the human needs to which the Poor People’s Campaign is drawing attention.
  • Related: Whither the Anti-war Movement?


Critical Thinking

Syria – a Case Study in Propaganda, Chris Kanthan, NationofChange
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  • The most important thing is that people are gullible and malleable, since that allows us to keep the war going and eventually achieve our goals.
  • Related: Fabricating a War on Iran
  • Related: The Age of the Imbecile (And Why it's a Big Problem)


Gender & Sexuality

How Punishment Sustains Patriarchy, Robert Koehler, LA Progressive 

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Government & Politics

Republican Insider Explains How Religion Destroyed the GOP, Mike Lofgren, Viking Press / AlterNet

  • In the book, "The Party Is Over," veteran Republican Mike Lofgren writes about the rise of politicized religious fundamentalism and how the GOP devolved into anti-intellectual nuts.
  • Related: Special Report | Barry Goldwater Warned Us - The Danger of Evangelicals.

Here's Why Self-Indulgent Libertarian Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds, Jeremy Sherman, AlterNet

  • http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/David%20Horsey%20%7C%20The%20Spirit%20of%20Libertarianism%20copy.jpgA window into a tempting tendency in human nature.
  • Related: The Myopic Selfishness of Libertarians


Media & Technology

In America's news headlines, Israel Mysteriously Kills 61 Palestinians and Injures 2700 Protesters in Gaza, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • Part 1: In America's news headlines, Palestinians die mysterious deaths.
  • Judging by some stories, it’s almost as if bullets just hang in the air, waiting for Palestinians to walk deliberately into them.
  • Part 2: Palestinians Mark 70th Anniversary of Nakba After Israel Kills 61 & Wounds 2,700 Protesters in Gaza
  • The Israeli military killed at least 61 Palestinians in Gaza and wounded 2,700 more for protesting Monday’s opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem and the Israeli occupation.


Peace & Non-violence

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  • “Why do not the mothers of mankind interfere in these matters to prevent the waste of that human life of which they alone bear and know the cost?” --Julia Ward Howe
  • Related: Whither the Anti-war Movement?


Religion & Spirituality


Special Report | Message to Trump devotees: The dangerous cult of Donald Trump, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

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  • Part 1: The dangerous cult of Donald Trump
  • If Trump's presidency deteriorates further, expect the religious fervor of many of his followers to reach a fever pitch.
  • Part 2: Message to Trump devotees: Cult members don't often fare well
  • I fear that Trump and his cult will encounter a day of reckoning. Let's pray it doesn't come too late to save our cherished democracy.
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How Liberals and Their Talking Points Are Fueling the Alt-Right and Trump

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  • Part 1: How Liberals Are Fueling the Alt-Right
  • As the old adage goes, “You can’t fight fire with fire.”
  • Part 2: How Liberal Talking Points Help President Trump
  • The name-calling and the policing of others’ words will only repel voters

Compiled by David Culver , Ed., Evergreene Digest

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Part 1: How Liberals Are Fueling the Alt-Right

https://www.civicsnation.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/White-Supremacist-300x200.jpg A member of the alt-right at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA that resulted in one death and multiple injuries. Photo credit: Kim Kelley-Wagner / Shutterstock

One thing is for sure: the current strategy, which mostly consists of responding with outrage, isn’t working. As the old adage goes, “You can’t fight fire with fire.”

Editor,  Civics Nation

May 16, 2018 | The alt-right has only gotten stronger since the 2016 election. That’s because the engagement tactics that liberals are using, while well intentioned, are ultimately misguided. As a result, liberals have ended up stoking the fire rather than extinguishing it.

As New York Times contributor Michelle Goldberg points out, part of the appeal of the alt-right movement is that it’s unconventional, taboo, and controversial. Those who belong to this movement revel in the attention they get when they express their unpopular views. Anyone who has encountered an online troll knows this to be true.

Civics Nation strives to fulfill the mandate of an informed and enlightened public. We address the need for educated voters and endeavor to defeat the many myths and lies driving the public policy debate in the US.

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Part 2: How Liberal Talking Points Help President Trump

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The name-calling and the policing of others’ words will only repel voters, which is part of what led to Trump’s presidential victory in the first place.

Editor, Civics Nation

May 17, 2018 | Racist. Sexist. Homophobic. Deplorable.

That’s the type of language that the left uses to describe President Trump and his supporters. And while the general intent is to shame Trump and his fan base into abandoning their principles, it’s actually having the opposite effect—it’s angering and emboldening them.

That’s precisely the point that University of Virginia political science professor Gerard Alexander wants liberals to understand. In a recent op-ed published in The New York Times, Alexander argues that stereotyping all Trump supporters as racist, sexist, and homophobic is making the problem worse.

Civics Nation strives to fulfill the mandate of an informed and enlightened public. We address the need for educated voters and endeavor to defeat the many myths and lies driving the public policy debate in the US.

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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, MonthMay 12, 2018.

Including links to over 755 websites and over 20 highlighted items featuring:

Feature Article | Privatization is Killing Us: Dispatches from the Capitalist War on Society, Chris Wright, Counterpunch

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  • All that can be predicted with certainty is that unless the generations now living devote their very existence to the Resistance, humanity won’t have much of a future.
  • Related: VA Officials Continue to Discuss Proposed Health-Care Changes Out of Public View.

 

Publisher's Choice | Wrong-Way Democrats: Will a 'Blue Dog' Blue Wave Pave the Way for Future Disaster? Paul Rosenberg, Salon / AlterNet 

https://www.alternet.org/sites/default/files/styles/story_image/public/story_images/conor-lamb-800x430.jpg?itok=A90pne0mMarine veteran and former federal prosecutor Conor Lamb speaking at Democrats' nominating convention. Photo Credit: Pennsylvania Democratic Party

  • Democrats will win big this fall (probably). But are they just repeating the mistakes of the Clinton-Obama era?
  • Related: Series | A Nation Under Trump, Part 5 - What have the Democrats learned since Trump's election?

Of Special Interest | Tash: Democracy depends on telling facts from fake news, Paul Tash, Tampa Bay (FL) Times

http://www.tampabay.com/storyimage/HI/20180505/ARTICLE/305059996/AR/0/AR-305059996.jpg?MaxW=950&cachebuster=773009A statue of alumnus and World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle typing on his typewriter was installed in front of Franklin Hall [Indiana Daily Student]

  • Fact or fake? Democracy depends on our ability to tell the difference. Journalism can help. It can be a great civic asset. But the final responsibility rests with us as Americans.
  • Related: Who is Behind Fake News? The Empty Piety of the American Press

Bloggers & Columnists | Ray McGovern, Amy Goodman, Jeremy Scahill, Gary G. Kohls,





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Arts, Culture, & Entertainment

Hopeless But Not Broken: From George Carlin to Adderall Protest Music, Bruce E. Levine, Counterpunch <>

https://uziiw38pmyg1ai60732c4011-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/dropzone/2018/05/Screen-Shot-2018-05-01-at-8.10.55-PM.pngGeorge Carlin expressed hopelessness about humanity in general—which he saw as “circling the drain”—but he had great admiration for artists with courage.

Health, Science, & Environment

What Entities are Behind the Reckless Endangerment of Northern Minnesota and its Water Resources? Gary G. Kohls, Duty to Warn, Duluth Reader / Rise Up Times
 

http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/PolyMet%20NorthMet%20Mine.jpgPolyMet NorthMet mine (PolyMet) Public News Service   

  • There has not been a single [copper mine] that has not permanently polluted the ground water and the downstream watersheds.
  • Related: Minnesotans - Stop the Proposed PolyMet Mine

After Drug Plan Shows Trump 'Will Do Nothing About Their Greed,' Big Pharma Stocks Soar, Jake JohnsonCommon Dreams

  • https://www.commondreams.org/sites/default/files/users/user20/screen_shot_2018-05-11_at_3.33.44_pm.jpg"Don't be fooled: President Trump and his administration are bought and paid for by Big Pharma."  —Brad Woodhouse, Protect Our Care
  • Related: Series | A Nation Under Trump, Part 9: How do we create a high-value health care system?

Human Rights

Special Report | Obama Paved the Way for a Torturer to Become CIA Director, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

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  • Part 1: Ray McGovern: Will A Torturer Become CIA Director
  • Gina Haspel faced a confirmation hearing on Wednesday to become CIA director despite her record of supporting torture, which even the Pentagon admitted does not work
  • Part 2: Jeremy Scahill: Obama Paved Way for Haspel to Head CIA by Failing to Hold Torturers Accountable
  • The elephant in the room of all of this is that the CIA and the U.S. military’s darkest elements, they’re in a golden era right now.

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David Swanson Discusses “Curing American Exceptionalism”

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  • U.S. exceptionalism, the idea that the United States of America is superior to other nations, is no more fact-based and no less harmful than racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry.
  • Curing Exceptionalism: What’s wrong with how we think about the United States? What can we do about it? 

David Swanson, Opednews /  Rise Up Times

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Apr 30, 2018 | U.S. exceptionalism, the idea that the United States of America is superior to other nations, is no more fact-based and no less harmful than racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry. The purpose of this book is to persuade you of that statement. This book examines how the United States actually compares with other countries, how people think about the comparison, what damage that thinking does, and what changes we might want to consider making.

David Swanson is the director of World Beyond War and campaign coordinator of RootsAction.org He blogs at davidSwanson.com and WarIsACrime.com. His books include War is a Lie, War is Never Just, When the World Outlawed War. And he hosts Talk Radio Nation. His new book is Curing Exceptionalism; What’s wrong with how we think about the United States What can we do about it?

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  • “Why do not the mothers of mankind interfere in these matters to prevent the waste of that human life of which they alone bear and know the cost?” --Julia Ward Howe
  • Related: Whither the Anti-war Movement?

Norman Stockwell, the Progressive 

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http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/Young%20Woman%20Laying%20Prostrate%20at%20Military%20Headstone.jpg May 12, 2018 | Mother’s Day will be celebrated tomorrow across the United States and in many countries around the world. First proclaimed as an official holiday by President Woodrow Wilson on May 9, 1914, the holiday was not originally the commercialized celebration it has become. The president’s proclamation was occasioned by the activism of Anna Jarvis, whose mother Ann Jarvis had helped organize “Mother’s Work Days” in the 1850s to improve sanitation and avert deaths from disease-bearing insects and polluted water in her Appalachian community. During the Civil War of the 1860s, the elder Jarvis also helped lead women’s brigades to care for wounded soldiers “without regard for which side their men had chosen.” Then in the early 1870s following the deadly Franco-Prussian War, poet and suffragist Julia Ward Howe began an annual tradition of a day for mothers to oppose the wars created and perpetrated mostly by men. “Why do not the mothers of mankind interfere in these matters to prevent the waste of that human life of which they alone bear and know the cost?” she said in 1872.

Norman Stockwell, Publisher, the Progressive

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Whither the Anti-war Movement? Daniel Martin, the American Conservative / Rise Up Times 

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  • Focusing on the money and influence that giant defense contractors like Lockheed Martin and Boeing have on Capitol Hill—essentially making war a business—makes the anti-war point by raising the issue of crony capitalism
and the cozy relationship between politicians and big business, which increasingly leaves the American public out of the equation.
  • “Imagine there’s no heaven…and no religion too.” 
  • Related: Special Report | America’s Progressives Pay Lip Service to Imperialism, Anti-War Movement is Dead.  

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Wrong-Way Democrats: Will a 'Blue Dog' Blue Wave Pave the Way for Future Disaster?

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Marine veteran and former federal prosecutor Conor Lamb speaking at Democrats' nominating convention. Photo Credit: Pennsylvania Democratic Party

  • Democrats will win big this fall (probably). But are they just repeating the mistakes of the Clinton-Obama era?
  • Related: Series | A Nation Under Trump, Part 5 - What have the Democrats learned since Trump's election?

 

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http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/Dead%20Red%2C%20White%2C%20%26%20Blue%20Donkey_0.jpgMay 6, 2018 | Congressional primaries in California are less than a month away, with at least seven Republican-held seats seriously in play this November (according to Cook Political Report, and targeted by Swing Left), the most of any state. Four of those seats are in or adjacent to Orange County, once the home of Richard Nixon and the epicenter of conservative power, where Democrats now hold a numerical advantage.

But there's a perverse twist. Thanks to California's nonpartisan "jungle primary" -- in which the top two candidates advance to the general election, regardless of party affiliation -- Democrats could conceivably be shut out in as many as three of those races. Two Republican incumbents are retiring -- Rep. Darrell Issa and Rep. Ed Royce -- while a third, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, faces a serious GOP challenger. With an overcrowded field of Democrats, it's possible that Republicans could finish first and second in those primaries. For those reasons and others, these Orange County races provide a miniature study in the struggles inside the Democratic Party today.

Paul Rosenberg is senior editor at Random Lengths News, a biweekly serving the Los Angeles harbor area.

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Series | A Nation Under Trump, Part 5 - What have the Democrats learned since Trump's election? Michael Sean Winters, National Catholic Reporter (NCR)

  • http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/Dem%20Voter%20Registration%20Sign.jpgA voter registration sign for the Democratic Party is seen during the March for Science in Sacramento, California, on April 22. (Dreamstime/Alessandra Rc)
  • The Series: As the anniversary of Donald Trump's election as president of the United States approached, the NCR staff wondered if the calls to action that persisted immediately following the election remained as urgent.
  • Part 5: Unless the Democrats get their act together, there is no reason to think that Trump, with a strong economy at his back, will not be the odds-on favorite for re-election. You would think that grim prospect alone would be enough to galvanize Democrats toward change. And you would be wrong.

 

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