LOOP: Final senate race up in Mississippi

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27
MISSISSIPPI SPECIAL ELECTION  It’s election day, part two, in Mississippi.  President Trump rallies for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, who is favored to win. Her challenger is Mike Espy, who had a pro-abortion record when he served in Congress 30 years ago.  READ
JOHN JAMES FOR UN?  President Trump is reportedly considering ex-Michigan Senate candidate John James as a candidate for UN Ambassador. READ
TRUTH ABOUT MIGRANTS  MSNBC reporter Gadi Schwartz busts the media’s narrative and admits that most of the migrants on the ground in Tijuana are men. The media has been suggesting that most of migrants are women and children. READ
TWITTER BAN  The powerful social media site Twitter caused considerable outrage among conservatives when they permanently banned Houston conservative radio host Jesse Kelly without citing a reason why. Twitter also banned a feminist who declared that a man cannot simply become a woman. “Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lied under oath to Congress. Shouldn’t that matter?” asked Ben Domenech. READ
FIGHT THE NEW DRUG  A new documentary shows the individual and societal dangers of internet pornography. READ
THE REVOLUTION OF ’68  “Turn on the television, watch a movie or an NFL game, listen to popular music, visit a campus, notice how crowds dress and speak, walk down a sidewalk in a major city, and examine the behavior of our celebrities and political class: It’s hard not to conclude that the ’60s won out,” said Victor Davis Hanson in “The ’60s Radicals Won the Culture War.” READ
PAINFUL TRUTH   A New York Times article about gender dysphoria inadvertently reveals painful truths about ‘sex change’ surgery. READ
QUITE THE GENESIS   All humans descended from a solitary pair who lived about 200,000 years ago, according to scientists who surveyed DNA of five million animals and humans.  READ
SISTERS OPEN NEW CONVENT  Polish Sisters of Merciful Jesus open first U.S. convent in Pittsburgh to work with the city’s poor and homeless. READ
SISTERS TO SING AT WHITE HOUSE   A group of Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist will sing at this year’s National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the White House.  READ
SAINT OF THE DAY  Saint Francesco Antonio Fasani was a Conventual Franciscan who taught the younger members of his community and served in administration. He was recognized as a great preacher and confessor. In the minds of the local people Francesco was considered a saint at his death. READ
DAILY READINGS  “The Lord comes to judge the earth.” (Ps 96:10)  READ
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BEAUTY  Old Penn Station opened in New York City on this day in 1910. It was demolished in 1963-64 and replaced with hideous modern architecture. Broadcaster Vin Scully once noted: “One entered the city like a god; one scuttles in now like a rat.” But there is a movement to restore Penn Station to its former beauty and glory. “When people see photos of the old station, they universally want to rebuild it,” said Justin Shubow.  READ
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Joshua Mercer is a co-founder of CatholicVote.org, where he serves as Political Director. Mercer previously served as Washington Correspondent for the National Catholic Register and Chairman for Students for Life of America. He lives in Michigan with his wife and six children.

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