The Opening Verse is Ecclesiastes 12:1-7

Seek God in Early Life

12 Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth,
Before the [a]difficult days come,
And the years draw near when you say,
“I have no pleasure in them”:
While the sun and the light,
The moon and the stars,
Are not darkened,
And the clouds do not return after the rain;
In the day when the keepers of the house tremble,
And the strong men bow down;
When the grinders cease because they are few,
And those that look through the windows grow dim;
When the doors are shut in the streets,
And the sound of grinding is low;
When one rises up at the sound of a bird,
And all the daughters of music are brought low.
Also they are afraid of height,
And of terrors in the way;
When the almond tree blossoms,
The grasshopper is a burden,
And desire fails.
For man goes to his eternal home,
And the mourners go about the streets.

Remember your Creator before the silver cord is [b]loosed,
Or the golden bowl is broken,
Or the pitcher shattered at the fountain,
Or the wheel broken at the well.
Then the dust will return to the earth as it was,
And the spirit will return to God who gave it.

“Vanity of vanities,” says the Preacher,
“All is vanity.”

Joining us tonight:

Kara Frederick is a Research Fellow in the Center for Technology Policy at The Heritage Foundation. Her research focuses on “Big Tech” and emerging technology policy. Prior to joining Heritage, Kara helped create and lead Facebook’s Global Security Counterterrorism Analysis Program. She was also the team lead for Facebook Headquarters’ Regional Intelligence Team in Menlo Park, California. Prior to Facebook, she was a Senior Intelligence Analyst for a U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command and spent six years as a counterterrorism analyst at the Department of Defense.

  • Facebook Exec. testimony in front of Senate Thursday and the effect of Instagram on the youth
  • Salesforce CEO encouraging employees who object to Texas’ new anti-abortion law to move out of state
  • Google Maps being used to map wildfires
  • Recent government-mandated internet shutdowns in India

Cheryl K. Chumley is an online opinion editor for The Washington Times, the author of “The Devil in DC: Winning Back the Country From the Beast in Washington” and of “Police State USA: How Orwell’s Nightmare is Becoming Our Reality,” and a 2008-2009 Robert Novak journalism fellow with The Fund for American Studies. 

Chef Andrew Gruel is currently the Founder and Executive Chef of Slapfish  Restaurant, the award-winning food truck turned international brick and mortar, based out of Huntington Beach, CA. Chef Gruel has 10+ restaurant locations and has appeared on multiple Food Network shows including his most recent role as a Judge on the show Food Truck Face Off. 

  • The effects of excess regulations and taxation on small businesses
  • The recent vaccine mandate by Gov Newsom for kids K-12
  • How colder weather will affect restaurants (i.e. outdoor seating) and if food trucks are the future of the restaurant industry

Here are tonight’s links!

Changes that will slow down the mail, just in time for the holidays! Will holiday mail be on time? Why is mail getting more expensive? Your USPS questions, answered

Justice Kavanaugh tests positive for the virus. 

Richard Blumenthal Was Right to Ask Facebook About “Ending Finsta” 

California to be 1st state in nation to require COVID-19 vaccines for school children 

Alex Jones is found liable over Sandy Hook hoax conspiracy