The mainstream media has been pushing the LGBT agenda relentlessly, almost as if its successes would not be possible without all the fanfare. But we must not assume that this steamroller will flatten every enemy. In fact, there are recent signs that it is sputtering, unequal to the task of world take over.
Summer jobs provide many high school and college students their first step toward independence and financial responsibility. These young adults can now meet some of their own needs instead of always looking to Mom and Dad. But Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is using a political litmus test that can rob youth from this growing up experience.
You get warm, fuzzy feelings when you visit the website of the Humane Society of the United States. It’s full of pictures of cute little animals anyone would want to pet or hug. But the site’s News section is missing a very important story.
Over 10 ago the country’s attention was focused on Terri Schiavo, a hospitalized woman whose life was ended supposedly for her own good, despite the wishes of her parents. Those kinds of incidents still continue. Just a week or so ago a 69 year-old Boston area woman suffered a similar death.
Jesse Ventura is well-known as host of ‘Conspiracy Theory,’ a program that used to air on the truTV cable network. But it was the assassination of JFK that first got him interested in exposing conspiracies and ultimately writing his book — ‘They Killed Our President.’
San Francisco has some very wealthy people as well as, some would say, more than its share of the homeless. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), recently hired a ‘species’ of robot to combat vandalism on its property. And that has people really upset.
“Christianity Today” has called John Sherrill and his wife “the most influential Christian authors you know nothing about.” But their books captured the imagination of people in the 1960s and beyond, contributing greatly to a spiritual awakening when the world was otherwise wondering if God was dead.
Manchester, New Hampshire has a lot going for it. It’s the largest city in the state. Independent sources have ranked Manchester high in affordability, livability, upward mobility and education. But the city’s Achilles’ heel is drug addiction.