It's going to be hard to find everything -- not just your favorite holiday foods and hot toys and gifts but also basic staples like coffee and footwear -- because of supply chain problems that will likely persist at least through next spring.
Last week, professor of religion Mark Silk suggested that we should use the pronoun "they" when referring to God, instead of "He." Silk isn't the first to suggest something like this and he won't be the last.
Billionaire financier George Soros has been funding a group whose main purpose is to promote an anti-Israel narrative in the evangelical community. And according to many experts, it is succeeding with younger Christians.
In times of chaos and economic instability, dangerous political leaders and demagogues often rise to power. They capture the public imagination with promises to end the chaos and restore stability. Past economic crises led to the rise of Napoleon, the Bolshevik Revolution, and even Adolph Hitler. Why should this time be any different?
Global supply chains are in a state of complete and utter chaos, and this is driving up prices and causing widespread shortages all over the country however the worst may be yet to come.
In Minnesota, parents were objecting to role playing assignments where students negotiated with each other for sex. Students are assigned partners in scenarios, usually LGBT focused, where sexual activity is discussed and the students decide whether or not they will have hypothetical sex.
By praising the terrorists and depicting them as "heroes" and "martyrs," the Palestinian leadership is underwriting those who engage in violence, seek the elimination of Israel and reject any peace process in the Middle East.
The new governor of NY has created a firestorm of controversy with her remarks at a church that invoked several religious decrees including that God is speaking to people to get vaccinated and they're not listening to Him.
Four in five college students in the United States report censoring their own views while 48% say they are uncomfortable "expressing their views on a controversial political topic during an in-class discussion" in a recent survey.
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