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Fly Me To The Moon: Discovering The Truth About Love

The truth is... almost everything you’ve learned about love from the movies – is WRONG. If you want to know what real love is – your search has to begin in one place (the Bible) and with one person (Jesus). This message will give you a deeper understanding of what true LOVE is and will make you... a better spouse, a better parent, a better friend, and a better Christian.

  • JUL 7, 2024

Possum Trot: Adopted Into God's Family

When you were lost and broken and unwanted... separated from God because of your sin... God chose YOU! He sent His only Son (Jesus) to give His life for you on the cross – so that you could be ADOPTED into His family and receive all the benefits that come with becoming a child of God.

  • JUN 30, 2024

The Fall Guy: Getting Up When Life Knocks Me Down

If you want to be successful and happy and live a life that makes a positive impact on others... you’ve got to be the kind of person who gets back up after life knocks you down. That’s why THIS weekend at The Journey we continue our GOD ON FILM teaching series by looking at what the Bible says about developing resilience, perseverance, and determination. So that even when life gets hard... you never give up!

  • JUN 23, 2024

Inside Out 2: How To Deal With How I Feel

Sometimes we control our emotions. But sometimes our emotions control us. And when that happens... the results aren’t usually that good! That’s why you should join us THIS weekend at The Journey as we continue our GOD ON FILM teaching series by taking a deep dive into the world of our emotions… and how to manage them in a godly way: Inside Out 2: How to Deal with How I Feel!

  • JUN 16, 2024

The Beach Boys: The Struggles Of A Godly Man

Happy Father’s Day! Don’t miss this weekend @ The Journey as we continue our new GOD ON FILM teaching series with a message focused on the men and the importance of growing up... in our faith and in life! The Beach Boys: The Struggles of a Godly Man!

  • JUN 9, 2024

IF: Discovering God's Dream For My Life

Join us @ The Journey this weekend as we kick off our summer God on Film teaching series and discover the meaning behind some of the summer’s biggest movies. It kicks off this weekend with… IF: Discovering God’s Dream for My Life

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3 takeaways from Trump’s speech, final night of the Republican convention

Trump delivered an initially powerful but ultimately bizarrely meandering speech, as the convention played up the assassination attempt against him.

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MILWAUKEE — Welcome to The Campaign Moment. This week, we’re running through the big moments and trends from the Republican National Convention.

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The big moment

The 2024 GOP convention came to a close Thursday night, with former president Donald Trump formally accepting his party’s nomination just five days after surviving an assassination attempt.

But even that story wasn’t necessarily the biggest of Thursday, as the potential exit of the opponent Republicans had spent four days attacking — President Biden — loomed larger and larger .

Here’s our final set of takeaways from the convention week that was.

1. A tale of two Trump speeches: powerful and perplexing

The first 15 minutes of Trump’s speech were powerful, as he recounted Saturday’s assassination attempt.

The rest of the more than 90-minute-long speech was thoroughly confusing. It meandered between points, often going off-script with ad-libs that left a standard-issue Trump campaign speech without the kind of coherent, lofty theme that defines traditional presidential convention fare. And Trump’s initially subdued manner and calls for unity didn’t match the content of an often-divisive speech.

Trump grabbed the audience with a promise to discuss what happened Saturday, but qualified it by saying he would only do it once, “because it’s actually too painful to tell.”

He celebrated slain firefighter Corey Comperatore and two others who were shot.

Perhaps the most powerful moment came when Trump said, “I’m not supposed to be here tonight.” The crowd began chanting, “Yes you are!” Trump ultimately responded, “Thank you, but I’m not.”

“Despite such a heinous attack, we unite this evening more determined than ever,” Trump wrapped up that section. “I am more determined than ever. So are you. So is everybody. … Our resolve is unbroken, and our purpose is unchanged.”

Also unchanged: Virtually the rest of his speech, undifferentiated from a normal Trump stump speech.

Despite the call for unity, Trump soon referred to “crazy Nancy Pelosi,” repeatedly cited false allegations of stolen elections, called for the firing of the head of the United Auto Workers, cited the “China virus” and the “invasion” at the Southern border. He called a Democratic senator a “total lightweight.” He even repeated a puzzling allusion to “ the late, great Hannibal Lecter ,” from “The Silence of the Lambs,” which he’s used before.

All of it was familiar from Trump’s speeches — as was the extensive ad-libbing. But this wasn’t just any Trump speech. This was a different venue, his introduction to many more casual voters who might not eat up his many musings.

The assassination attempt probably drew even more eyeballs to him, and it’s not clear what those new viewers took away, beyond that Trump was nearly killed five days ago.

“So I’d better finish strong,” Trump said at one point. “Otherwise we’ll blow it. And we can’t let that happen.”

2. Republicans trolled Democrats on replacing Biden

As Democrats appeared to inch closer to replacing their 2024 standard-bearer, Republicans decided now would be a good time to stir the pot.

Previously, some high-profile Republicans made clear their preference for facing Biden and began attacking Vice President Harris more . But Wednesday, their move was to try to stoke Democratic divisions, casting any attempt to replace the nominee as a brazen and even undemocratic one.

Top Trump campaign adviser Chris LaCivita, at a CNN/Politico event, called it an attempted “coup” and an effort to “ depose ” Biden “that’s going to create a whole host of different issues.”

At another event, former Trump acting director of national intelligence Richard Grenell called efforts to switch nominees “ outrageous ” and urged the media to declare that “you don’t get to dump this [president]. This is what happens in other countries, not in America.”

On X, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) labeled it an “ insurrection .”

None of these descriptions actually fit; Democrats are trying to persuade Biden to drop out, not overturn the primary results themselves. But as the Biden loyalists get a little quieter , there’s certainly value for Republicans in framing things this way in hopes of riling them (or perhaps even Biden) up.

At the very least, Republicans seemed to be having some fun trolling Democrats over their discord.

3. They leaned in on the assassination attempt — and maybe God’s favoritism

Trump wasn’t the only one to focus extensively on the assassination attempt.

Speakers repeatedly pitched it and Trump’s response as evidence of Trump’s resolve, courage — and possibly even God’s will that he be president.

Eric Trump focused on it, calling Trump “a man who survived a bullet that was intended to eliminate him permanently from our future and from our family.”

“You wiped the blood off your face,” Eric Trump said. “And you put your fist in the air, in a moment that will be remembered as one of the most courageous acts in the history of American politics.”

Trump lawyer Alina Habba said Trump “did not just take a bullet in Butler, Pennsylvania. He has and will continue to take them for each and every one of us.”

While other Trump supporters have posited that God intervened to save Trump, a couple of speakers seemed to go a little further to suggest it showed God’s favoritism.

Evangelical leader Franklin Graham, unlike many others pointing to possible divine intervention, noted that firefighter Corey Comperatore was not spared.

“I cannot explain why God would save one life and allow another one to be taken,” Graham said. “I don’t have the answer for that.”

Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested that he did have that answer.

“When he stood up after being shot in the face, bloodied, and put his hand up, I thought at that moment that was a transformation. This was no longer a man. Well, I think that I think it was divine intervention,” Carlson said, adding: “This was the leader of a nation.”

Carlson added: “I think a lot of people are wondering, what is this? This doesn’t look like politics. Something bigger is going on here. I think even people who don’t believe in God are beginning to think, well, maybe there’s something to this, actually.”

Take a moment to read:

  • “ What happens if Biden drops out of the presidential race? ” (Washington Post)
  • “ Pelosi has told House Democrats that Biden may soon be persuaded to exit race ” (Washington Post)
  • “ Obama tells allies Biden’s path to winning reelection has greatly diminished ” (Washington Post)
  • “ The right is attacking the Secret Service’s women agents. Trump hasn’t joined in. ” (Politico)
  • “ Pelosi, Long Fixated on Winning, Is in No Mood to Lose With Biden ” (New York Times)

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J.D. Vance Is Trump’s Pick for Vice President

A political newcomer and former Trump critic turned ally, Senator Vance is an ambitious ideologue who relishes the spotlight and has already shown he can energize donors.

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Donald Trump, left, and J.D. Vance, right, stand on a rally stage and shake hands. They are in front of a lectern with a microphone, on a red carpet. In the background are American flags and members of the crowd.

By Michael Gold

  • Published July 15, 2024 Updated July 19, 2024

Follow the latest news from the Republican National Convention .

Former President Donald J. Trump has chosen Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio to be his running mate, wagering that the young senator will bring fresh energy to the Republican ticket and ensure that the movement Mr. Trump began nearly a decade ago can live on after him.

Mr. Vance, 39, is a political newcomer who entered the Senate only last year, but he has spent that time methodically ascending the conservative firmament. Once an acerbic Trump critic — attacking Mr. Trump as “reprehensible” and calling him “cultural heroin” — he won Mr. Trump’s backing in his 2022 Senate race by wholly embracing his politics and his lies about a stolen election. The endorsement lifted him above a crowded field, and ultimately to the Senate.

Mr. Vance, a venture capitalist in Silicon Valley who became best known for writing the memoir “Hillbilly Elegy,” did not forget it. He quickly emerged as a top defender of the former president in the halls of Congress and on television, taking his cues from Mr. Trump while frequently bucking the priorities of Senator Mitch McConnell, the chamber’s longtime Republican leader.

Mr. Trump announced his choice in a post on his social media platform Truth Social on Monday, as the Republican National Convention was getting underway in Milwaukee. He said that Mr. Vance was “the person best suited” to be his potential vice president. He highlighted Mr. Vance’s time in the Marine Corps and his memoir, saying he believed Mr. Vance was a champion for hardworking people, particularly the workers and farmers in a number of key swing states.

Mr. Trump’s selection came just days after he survived an assassination attempt at a rally in Pennsylvania, an episode that underlined the significance of his choosing a running mate who might be in line as Mr. Trump’s successor.

Mr. Vance, an ardent and vocal defender of Mr. Trump, went further than many of his allies, directly attributing the shooting to the rhetoric of President Biden and his campaign, even as Mr. Trump and his campaign called for unity.

“The central premise of the Biden campaign is that President Donald Trump is an authoritarian fascist who must be stopped at all costs. That rhetoric led directly to President Trump’s attempted assassination,” Mr. Vance wrote on X .

In Mr. Vance, Mr. Trump has tapped an ambitious ideologue who relishes the spotlight and has already shown he can energize donors on behalf of the presumptive nominee. His youth — there are nearly 40 years separating them, and Mr. Vance is the first millennial nominated to a major-party ticket — could prove a boon to the ticket, as voters have expressed concern over both Mr. Trump’s and President Biden’s ages.

Mr. Vance was formally nominated as the Republican Party’s vice-presidential nominee about two hours after Mr. Trump’s announcement. As Ohio’s lieutenant governor, Jon Husted, nominated him and praised his conservative bona fides, Mr. Vance beamed. With his wife, Usha, next to him, he seemed almost overcome with emotion as delegates began chanting his first name.

The choice also positions Mr. Vance, intentionally or not, as the likeliest Republican yet to carry Mr. Trump’s ideological legacy beyond a potential second term in the White House.

Mr. Vance achieved renown after the publication in 2016 of “Hillbilly Elegy,” about growing up poor in Ohio and Kentucky. The timing dovetailed with Mr. Trump’s political rise, and Mr. Vance, then a “Never Trump” conservative, became sought out for his perspective on what fueled Mr. Trump’s popularity among white working-class voters.

At the time, Mr. Vance argued that Mr. Trump was guiding “the white working class to a very dark place ,” particularly over his offensive remarks about immigration and his efforts to blame immigrants for economic woes. He once told a former classmate at Yale that he thought Mr. Trump was “ America’s Hitler .”

But Mr. Vance said his views shifted during the Trump presidency. And by the time he entered the Republican primary for a Senate seat in Ohio in 2021, he had adopted Mr. Trump’s hard-right messaging and renounced his previous views about immigration and trade.

Three weeks before the primary, Mr. Trump rewarded his conversion with an endorsement that carried Mr. Vance to victory in a crowded primary. And in the Senate, Mr. Vance’s adherence to Trumpism stood out among his peers.

Yet the two men’s similarities could prove a drawback. Mr. Vance has rooted his career in speaking for the working class against elites, but in aligning himself so squarely with Mr. Trump, it is unclear whether he can bring voters to the table who are not already on board. Mr. Vance is in lock step with Mr. Trump on nearly every issue, and he may not have much to offer more moderate or independent voters unenthusiastic about Mr. Trump’s policies or turned off by his actions leading up to and on Jan. 6, 2021, when a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the 2020 election results.

Mr. Biden, responding to the news, told reporters that Mr. Vance was “a clone of Trump on the issues.” And Jaime Harrison, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, said in a statement that Mr. Vance “championed and enabled Trump’s worst policies for years.”

Mr. Trump’s choice of Mr. Vance capped months of feverish running-mate speculation — and followed an intense anti-Vance lobbying effort that tried to get the former president to pick other top contenders such as Gov. Doug Burgum of North Dakota or Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. Some of those pressuring Mr. Trump to not select Mr. Vance included major Republican donors and Rupert Murdoch, the billionaire media mogul.

The other politicians considered in the top tier of candidates for Mr. Trump’s running mate had competed against him in Republican presidential primaries: Mr. Rubio ran against him in 2016, and Mr. Burgum and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, another name long in the mix, both ran in the primary this year.

Compared with other possible selections, Mr. Vance has relatively little governing experience should he ascend to the presidency. But he has never directly competed against Mr. Trump, and his political career exemplifies how devotion to Mr. Trump has practically become a precondition in Republican politics.

Embracing Mr. Trump’s false claims of widespread election fraud in 2020, similarly, proved a key loyalty litmus test for any candidate angling for the vice-presidential slot. More than any other top contender for a spot on the ticket, Mr. Vance has endorsed and promoted Mr. Trump’s lies that the election was stolen. Unlike Mr. Rubio or Mr. Scott, who both voted to certify Mr. Biden’s victory after the police had managed to clear the Capitol of rioters on Jan. 6, Mr. Vance was not in the Senate then and did not have to put his position on the record.

Mr. Vance is part of a group of roughly a dozen Republican senators who have tried to push the Senate toward Mr. Trump’s MAGA ideology, particularly with isolationist views on foreign policy. He unsuccessfully clashed with Mr. McConnell to block a foreign aid package that provided $61 billion to Ukraine and repeatedly opposed efforts to avert a government shutdown.

During his frequent television interviews this year, and as he has hit the campaign trail for Mr. Trump, Mr. Vance has echoed the former president’s hard-line views on immigration and his stance on trade.

In addition to his news media appearances defending Mr. Trump, which The New York Times has reported played a role in the selection process, Mr. Vance also notably joined Mr. Trump’s entourage during his criminal trial in Manhattan in May. Outside the courthouse, he held a news conference attacking the prosecution’s star witness, Michael D. Cohen, while Mr. Trump was bound by a gag order that prohibited him from doing so.

Raised largely by his maternal grandparents, Mr. Vance, whose mother battled drug addiction, grew up in Middletown, Ohio, a steel mill town which saw its fortunes decline as blue-collar jobs disappeared. After enlisting in the Marines and doing public affairs work in Iraq, Mr. Vance graduated summa cum laude from Ohio State University, then went on to Yale Law School.

Mr. Vance met his wife, Usha Vance , at Yale, and the two have three children. After time working in corporate law, Mr. Vance went to San Francisco, where he worked as a venture capitalist for Peter Thiel, a well-known conservative donor who influenced Mr. Vance’s politics and who helped support his Senate race.

Democrats on Monday began attacking Mr. Vance over previous comments on abortion, one of the few places where he and Mr. Trump have diverged. Mr. Vance, during his Senate run, suggested he did not believe in exceptions to abortion restrictions in cases of rape or incest and said he would support a 15-week federal abortion ban that had been proposed by Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

Mr. Vance has more recently taken a softer stance, echoing Mr. Trump’s belief that abortion decisions must be left to the states, and that Republicans must soften their demands for abortion restrictions in order to win elections.

Mini Timmaraju, the president of Reproductive Freedom for All, criticized Mr. Vance’s views on abortion on a call with reporters hosted by the Biden campaign. “At the end of the day, we always knew Trump would pick someone just as committed to taking away reproductive freedom,” she said. “But now that it’s official, it couldn’t be more clear.”

And though Mr. Vance’s fealty to Mr. Trump may have been an asset in the race for running mate — loyalty is a quality Mr. Trump values above most others — it could pose a political threat in November. Mr. Biden and his campaign have been attacking Mr. Trump as a threat to democracy and are eager to remind voters about his 2020 election lies and his role in spurring supporters to storm the Capitol to overturn the election.

In news media appearances, Mr. Vance has echoed Mr. Trump’s widely debunked claims that the 2020 election was stolen. In an interview with ABC News this year , he backed schemes to create alternative slates of electors in key battleground states that Mr. Trump lost, saying, “We needed to have multiple slates of electors, and I think the U.S. Congress should have fought over it from there.”

More recently, Mr. Vance has maintained that Mr. Trump had legitimate grievances over how the election was conducted, even as most of Mr. Trump’s claims of voter fraud have been debunked. And he has said that if he had been vice president on Jan. 6, 2021, he would have encouraged Congress to consider false slates of pro-Trump electors before certifying the election.

Mr. Trump’s vice president at the time, Mike Pence, bucked Mr. Trump’s calls to reject Mr. Biden’s victory in 2020. After Mr. Trump publicly criticized his vice president’s refusal as disloyal, some Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol chanted threats to hang Mr. Pence, who was forced to flee the mob, which had come within 40 feet of him .

But Mr. Vance told CNN this year that he was “extremely skeptical that Mike Pence’s life was ever in danger.”

Michael Gold is a political correspondent for The Times covering the campaigns of Donald J. Trump and other candidates in the 2024 presidential elections. More about Michael Gold

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