In an interesting video, Jordan Peterson suggests that the countdown has started for the end of the Legacy Media because no one under the age of 30 is watching or reading the mainstream media anymore.
By Dr. Michael L. Brown It was good to see the Supreme Court rule yet again in favor of religious liberty in the latest California case to reach the nation’s highest court. Yet the fact that the ruling was only 5-4, not to mention some of the reasoning in the dissenting opinion, gives real cause for concern. This should not have been a close vote at all. Instead, it should have been a slam dunk for religious freedoms. As reported on Forbes, “The Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 margin late Friday that California’s coronavirus-related restrictions on gathering in private homes violated constitutional rights on the free exercise of religion, the latest ruling from the high court that prohibits authorities from enforcing limits on religious services.” Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices, and the dissenting opinion was written by Justice Elana Kagan. As for the majority opinion, the reasoning was as follows. “First, California treats some comparable secular activities more favorably than at-home religious exercise, permitting hair salons, retail stores, personal care services, …
Rioting has turned into a night out in Portland, Oregon. While, normal people think of going to a movie or out for a meal, in Portland they ask should we burn down a courthouse or an Apple Store. Last night, the left-wing anarchist group, Antifa, was out in force and an Apple Store was on the menu.
Many believe the government of the Canadian province of Ontario is creating a police state with the implementation of lockdown rules that allow police to randomly check vehicles and ask people why they are out.
A Canadian doctor with a guaranteed salary and no worries about making his mortgage and car payments is calling for governments to basically implement a permanent lockdown in Canada or at least until there are zero COVID cases.
In Jesus’ warning about the end times, the Lord stated that it will be like the days of Noah (Luke 17:26-27). And a recent story about how a group of scientists is mixing human DNA with Monkey DNA may be a sign we are entering these end of the age days. As we look through Genesis six that provides a picture of the days leading up to the world-wide flood, there are two things that defined this period. First, the world is described as being filled with violence (Genesis 6:11). I think we can check that off. Though I expect, what we are seeing today is just a foretaste of what is yet to come. Secondly, we read that God judged earth because of the marriages taking place between the sons of God and daughters of men that produced what appeared to be genetically superior humans referred to as “mighty men” and “men of renown” (Genesis 6:4). Who were these “sons of God”? Many believe they were actually angels as the phrase is used in …
With BLM and left-wing extremists such as Antifa calling for the complete defunding of police, a story emerges of a small town called Fregon, located in Australia’s outback, that does not have a police force. It has transformed itself into an idyllic, utopian community where people build metal cages to protect certain members of the community and others describe the town as “completely lawless.”
The Daily Mail is reporting that Facebook is blocking anyone trying to share its story on Black Lives Matter Marxist Patrisse Cullors’ multi-million dollar real estate portfolio, that includes four homes and one house worth $1.4 million just 15-minutes away from Malibu Beach in California.
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 …