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Christians by number: What projections are saying about the future of religion

March 4, 2015

Displayed with permission from The Washington Times

Can numbers say something about the future of Christianity? Catholic scholar George Weigel thinks so. 630 more words


Employment Opportunity: Checking Poop

Via Washington Times –

The federal government is looking for doctors to help monitor suspected smugglers’ bowel movements at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, in a solicitation that sounds like it could be something out of the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” program.

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Another nail in the coffin of the case for Libyan ‘intervention’

Another nail in the coffin of the case for Libyan ‘intervention’
by Ian Sinclair
Morning Star
23 February 2015

Though the British press have chosen to ignore it, a recent report in the Washington Times newspaper is the latest nail in the coffin that is the mainstream narrative of the 2011 NATO intervention in Libya. 713 more words

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Say Goodbye To The Internet As You Knew It. Cost To Soar. Blogs And Political Speech To Be Regulated.

The FCC AND the FEC announce their tag-team plans to takeover and control the internet, designed to silence critics of the Ruling Class Oligarchy in D.C.   1,206 more words

Obama Marxist Tyranny

Arnaud de Borchgrave, R.I.P.

Longtime foreign correspondent and Washington Times editor Arnaud de Borchgrave  has died.  What a contrast he is to Brian Williams and the other talking-head celebrities we have now.

Lawless are getting PAID!

This is from The Black Sphere.

This shows why the tax code needs to be simplified and these tax credits eliminated.

In the Land of Milk and Money, the lawless get paid.  241 more words

Ambassador John Campbell: Enemy of Nigeria's Christians or simply just allergic to the truth?

In the groundswell of propaganda, misinformation and false narratives that have enabled Nigeria terror group Boko Haram climb to the top of terrorist group rankings, fewer have played a more notable role than former US ambassador John Campbell. 447 more words