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7 Ways to Use Facebook for Good

Let's face it—Facebook can be both a gift and a curse. (And sometimes it can be both in a single afternoon.) On one hand, it can be a great way to connect with friends and family, but it can also be a colossal waste of time as well as a breeding ground for arguments and thoughtless conversations. Many relationships have formed and many have fallen apart entirely because of Facebook. Last year, for instance, a UK law firm conducted a study that showed 30 percent of divorces involved Facebook. So is there anything redemptive about social media? If not, why ...Continue reading

Pelosi Budget Offers $12 Billion for HIV/AIDS, $0 for Kids with Cancer

The latest budget passed by the House of Representatives splurges on money to pay for the completely-preventable disease of HIV/AIDS once again. If passed by the Senate and signed into law, the city of Washington, DC alone will receive another $2 million this year for “HIV awareness.” That’s a drop in the bucket compared to the $9 billion – that’s billion with a ‘B’ – that other countries will receive to try to prevent foreign homosexuals from spreading the disease. Oh, and the UN will get an additional $3 billion for HIV/AIDS prevention. Curiously, none of these billions of dollars ...Continue reading

New Study Ranks Most Sinful States in America

Despite many verses in the Bible that indicate all sin is equally evil in the eyes of God (see James 2:10), a new study has ranked America's states in order of sinfulness. And the findings, the methodology, the questions, and the conclusion are actually pretty fascinating. Perhaps most intriguing is the fact that the study was not conducted by a religious organization. Instead, the study was done by WalletHub, a relatively young personal finance website based in Washington, D.C. Spoiler alert: Nevada—home of Las Vegas (also known as "Sin City")—ranked #1 on the list of most sinful states in America. But is ...Continue reading

Motion Pictures Association of America Considers Abortion Violent, Gives Pro-Life Movie R Rating

It would seem implausible that a 15-year old girl would not be able to see an R-rated movie about abortion without the supervision of her parents, but that she would be able to get an abortion without her parents’ consent. But when the Motion Pictures Association of America (MPAA) gave the pro-life movie, Unplanned, an R-rating that is exactly what happened. The MPAA usually gives out an R-rating for movies that contain multiple occurrences of profanity and sexually-orientated nudity. Extreme violence is another reason for an R-rating. According to the MPAA guidelines, violence that is realistic will also garner an R-rating. ...Continue reading

Ocasio-Cortez Tries to Legitimize Push to End Christian Families through Fear Mongering

First-term Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been garnering a tremendous amount of attention for her socialism and seemingly outlandish Green New Deal proposal. Although these things seem ridiculous to hard-working American families, the current class of liberal Washington elites has a vastly different view, and their potential success could be dangerous to Christian families. The New York Democrat representative commonly called AOC by the media has substantial support for her radical climate change legislation that would end the use of cars, planes, natural gas, and coal-fired power plants, as well as stop cows from passing gas. True, this all sounds silly ...Continue reading

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