Over a year into the pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci remains a prominent force in American politics and life; completely upending social interactions through mask mandates, social distancing, and lockdowns. Despite the initial
In an apology that came decades too late, Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson publically condemned the organization’s founder, Margaret Sanger, for Sanger’s ghastly support of selective eugenics. Other than
Unrest continues to plague Brooklyn Center, Minnesota after a police involved shooting on Sunday, while video evidence now suggests the death of Daunte Wright was accidental.
A new lawsuit regarding religious freedom could have crucial ramifications for the future of Christians and Christian organizations in America. An alliance of 33 university students who identify as LGBTQ and a handful of professional adults known as the Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP) filed a class-action lawsuit last week
Weeks ago Texas fully opened and ended the mask mandate, resulting in outrage and the prediction of a COVID apocalypse for the Lone Star State. Yet, despite the wailing and gnashing of teeth against Governor Greg Abott, and the CDC director prophesying “impending doom” for the country if it loosens
During a press briefing on April 6, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced that the eligibility date for all adults to receive the emergency use vaccines has been moved up to April 19th. On this day Americans will be able to receive, but are not necessarily guaranteed, a vaccine
American evangelist Franklin Graham has won a lawsuit against the British city of Blackpool over the issue of religious liberty. In 2018, the son of the legendary American pastor Billy Graham paid for advertising for his “Festival of Hope” conference in Lancashire on several public buses throughout Blackpool. The city
Last Friday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order banning businesses and state government agencies from requiring so called “vaccine passports” while New York City initiates a verification program.
Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock found himself under fire from the evangelical community for good reason over the Easter weekend. Senator Warnock, also a pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, tweeted a very controversial statement about the Easter holiday and the nature of salvation.
The forces of secularization continue to overtake the United States of America. A recent Gallup poll revealed that for the first time since Gallup began studying church attendance demographics in the 1930s, less than half of American citizens belong to or are regularly involved in a church or religious institution.
In January of 2020, there were reports of a database of an exploit in Facebook’s code which showed the phone numbers of some user’s accounts. Apparently a person could purchase access to this database and look up phone numbers through a bot on the social media app Telegram.
Preliminary data from the Customs and Border Patrol office (CBP) shows that there were over 170,000 border crossings in the month of March. Not only is this a 70,000 unit jump from February, it is a record number that hasn’t been surpassed in over 15 years.