The incompetence of the EU and its bureaucracy was on full display, when it recently restricted vaccines being produced in the European Union destined for Canada. This has resulted in a shortfall in vaccines previously ordered by the Canadian government.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this might be a good time to look at the history of the person for whom this day commemorating love was named. Though St. Valentine is recognized as an official Saint in the Roman Catholic Church, there is a bit of confusion over who this person actually was. Over the years, several people have been considered as a possible candidate for St Valentine, and part of this is due to the meaning of the name. In the Latin, the name Valentine, means strong or powerful, so it was a popular name for men and even women. Of course, odder still, how did a name associated with power and strength become linked with love. Well, there is one man who leads the pack for consideration as St. Valentine and that involves a person who lived in Rome around 270 AD. This individual sticks out because there are a couple of historical references that point to this man, giving him a slight edge. This Valentine was serving in a religious capacity …
According to NASA, an asteroid ravelling at 77,000 mph will skim by earth in March. The asteroid, first seen in 2001, goes by the catchy name ‘231937 (2001 FO32)’ and is approximately half-a-mile long and one-mile wide.
YouTube has completely removed all of LifeSiteNews’ videos and effectively banned it from the popular social media platform. LifeSiteNews is a pro-life organization and had 300,000 subscribers on YouTube before it was deplatformed. The Catholic pro-life group has moved its videos over to Rumble, a growing free-speech video platform.
A lawyer from Texas, got a lesson about Zoom filters. Apparently, his child had used Zoom earlier and used a filter to appear as a speaking kitten. However, in this instance the lawyer was speaking with a judge and another lawyer in a civil forfeiture case and ended up speaking as a fluffy white kitten and had no idea how to turn the feature off. Apparently, this is not the first time it happened. Last year, a woman appeared as a potato in her Zoom meeting. READ: ‘I’m not a cat,’ Texas lawyer declares, after getting stuck in a kitten filter on Zoom
According to a report by math experts at Bath University in England, all the COVID viruses circulating around the world right now could fit in a single Coke can. In fact, they said it could easily fit in one can. Bad things come in small packages.
Remember that old saying that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. While, that may define the World Health Organization (WHO). Earlier this year, WHO went to China to find out the origins of COVID and concluded this week that it probably did not originate in Communist China’s level 4 virus lab in Wuhan, the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
By Dr. Michael L. Brown Did you ever wonder why Paul wrote, “Do not despise prophecies,” or as the New International Version translates, “Do not treat prophecies with contempt” (1 Thess. 5:20)? Why would any Christian be tempted to despise prophetic words? The answer is that prophecy can be obscure. Or confusing. Or complex. Or it can appear to be inaccurate, only to come to pass differently than we expected or have a different application than we understood. Or it can make us uncomfortable, revealing areas we would rather leave covered over. And in the case of New Testament prophecy, when every believer can potentially prophesy, it often needs correction and guidance. It is sometimes flatly wrong, with people claiming inspiration without really having it. That’s why Paul’s full exhortation included these injunctions: “Do not quench the Spirit. Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good” (1 Thess. 5:19-21). Today, when the failed Trump prophecies have gained much notoriety and when prophecy itself is getting a bad …
If you thought wild Hippopotamuses were only found in Africa, think again. Hippos are starting to overrun parts of South America, particularly Colombia and are now considered among the world’s most invasive species.
According to early reports, vaccinations are having a profound impact on stopping the spread of COVID in Canadian nursing homes, and the people most vulnerable to the virus.