Despite several studies showing that facemasks, particularly the cloth ones, basically do nothing to stop the spread of COVID, the NY Post is reporting that the UK is requiring students to wear masks during the significantly milder Omicron surge.
The recent decision by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) is being hailed as a victory for ‘free speech,’ after the court refused to hear a case brought against an Irish bakery by a gay activist, declaring it ‘inadmissible’.
By Rick Renner But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear. — 1 Peter 3:15 Several years ago my heart was stirred to pray for a method to reach the elderly population in the city of Moscow. The majority of them grew up under Communism and therefore lived a life devoid of God. Although the rule of Communism is gone, that ideological system still pervades much of the thinking of the older generation. This makes them one of the most difficult groups to reach with the Gospel. My heart has been burdened for this older segment of Russian society for several reasons, but the most important reason is that multitudes of these senior citizens will soon leave this world and pass into eternity without Christ unless we first reach them with the Good News of Jesus Christ. As I prayed for these seniors, I wanted to know how …
According to a report by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Omicron is significantly milder than previous variants.
Elon Musk is the founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. He also founded Paypal, which he sold in 2002. With a personal wealth of $222 billion, Bloomberg declared Elon Musk the world’s richest man at the close of 2021.
The Babylon Bee is a satirical website that regularly publishes parody stories, with a humorous spin, on recent news. Its motto is simply ‘Fake news that you can trust’. Back in October 2020, after NASA stated it had found evidence of water on the moon, The Babylon Bee immediately published a satirical story that then US President Donald Trump was preparing to launch a space navy. Even the US Navy joined in the fun: Of course, everyone knew this was satire, except, of course, the mainstream media. USA Today actually wrote a story declaring the space navy as fake news. Forcing The Babylon Bee to issue a retraction: Which it later retracted: And this is not the only time that the mainstream media has accused The Babylon Bee of writing ‘real’ fake news. I think they hate the competition. But The Babylon Bee has a serious side, that recently showed up in a December interview it had with billionaire Elon Musk, conducted by The Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon, editor-in-chief Kyle Mann, and former creative …
After going full bore into green energy, the European Union has finally come to its senses. Facing skyrocketing energy prices and blackouts, the EU has released a draft proposal declaring nuclear and natural gas energy green.
If you have ever been a fan of American Idol, you may enjoy this story about a Jewish woman, Birgitta Veksler, who finished eighth in Israel’s version of the program, ‘Kochav Nolad’ (Pop Idol). Birgitta was born to a Jewish family in Sweden and lived much of her early life in Estonia before her family decided to move to Israel when she was 12. But before she left, Birgitta had believed in Jesus for her salvation. However, when her family joined Israel’s Jewish community, Birgitta quickly learned that Jesus was an unacceptable, even taboo, topic, and quickly quit talking about her relationship with Christ. She became famous in Israel at the age of 17, when she finished in the top ten in the country’s equivalent of the American Idol. As her popularity grew, she was drawn into the partying scene of alcohol and boys, which left her feeling empty. But things would soon change for Birgitta. Israel has compulsory military service and at the age of 18, young men and women are drafted into Israel’s …
In an article for the New York Post, Bethany Mandel, who’s helping start a small business called Heroes of Liberty, reported that Facebook had canceled its ad account just before Christma
According to College Fix, a student at a Catholic university in California, Loyola Marymount University, recently had several points deducted from her test when the unnamed student referred to God as male several times.