In many ways, Pop Star Justin Bieber, 27, summed up what ails the North American Church when he warned against “celebrity pastor worship” in a recent interview with CQ Magazine. It happens when we look to powerful men and women anointed by God for the latest word or miracle because of their special access to God. Justin said part of this stems from leaders who put themselves on a pedestal: “I think so many pastors put themselves on this pedestal, And it’s basically, church can be surrounded around the man, the pastor, the guy, and it’s like, ‘This guy has this ultimate relationship with God that we all want but we can’t get because we’re not this guy.’ That’s not the reality, though. The reality is, every human being has the same access to God.” Unfortunately, this celebrity worship often leads to disappointment, because fame is a difficult thing to handle. It is so easy for a person to be manipulated by their celebrity status. And Justin witnessed its failings first hand as he used …
A bit of language warning with this one. But with Antifa and other left-wing anarchist trying to stir up trouble because of another shooting of a Black man in Minnesota, one black man bravely tried to stare them down.
When it comes to criticizing Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau handling of COVID, it’s like shooting fish in a barrel. It is becoming embarrassing. Compare this headline where the Prime Minister is considering blocking travel between Canadian provinces to stop the spread of COVID:
Canadians are clearly tiring of the COVID-1984 lockdowns still in place in the country. Another video has surfaced of people driving COVID health inspectors out of a restaurant. This time it happened in Ontario.
With Canada becoming the COVID capital of the world, because of Prime Minister Trudeau’s vaccine failure, by February 2021, Canada was forced to plunder vaccine supplies intended for developing nations.
In an interview with Fox News, popular YouTuber and podcaster Tim Pool had a different take on why three Tech Giants, Google, Apple and Amazon targeted Parler, a popular free speech social media site that was taking on Twitter.
In my last three articles I wrote about sexual immorality in the areas of pornography, child pornography, and sex trafficking. Although no one to my knowledge defends child pornography or sex trafficking, there are many who defend their use of pornography. In this last article in the series, I want to address their rationale. In my research for this, I read information from both sides of the pornography debate. There are some very bizarre justifications and some very extreme anti-pornography views. Yet there are common reasons for pornography use. The first reason is that it’s my business. No one has the right to tell me what to do in the privacy of my own home. While this may seem valid, pornography is not just in your own home. By its nature, it is voyeuristic because you are watching other people have sex. To do this you have to have other people. These other people are most often found on the internet or in videos. This makes it not just a private event. As well, pornography …
I recently reported on a study by researchers from Dartmouth College and Brown University that revealed how America’s mainstream media spread fear about the pandemic, by focussing on the negative news and downplaying any good news. In his post on the study, Brian McGlinchey shared an example of how CNN did exactly that:
If a multi-million dollar actress with an $11 million home married to a prince can play the victim card then so can twin sisters from Scotland, aged 25, who just pleaded guilty to robbing their grandparents of all their life savings, £8,000. As the two girls bought groceries for their grandparents during the pandemic, the twins also emptied their grandparents’ bank account.