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Jun 18 2020
The class war in our country isn’t a matter of the poor vs. the rich; it’s a matter of business class vs. first class, E-Class vs. S-Class. Where the Left goes, squalor follows.
The scene in militia-occupied Seattle is entirely familiar, the same kind of theatrical filth that has been a part of American counterculture from Woodstock through Occupy Wall Street. These are the idiotNational Review (News)
Dec 06 2023
Latin rapper Daddy Yankee says he's retiring to spread the gospel: 'To all the people who followed me, follow Jesus Christ'
Latin actor and rapper Daddy Yankee, 46, is retiring from an illustrious and lucrative career in music. Yankee, whose musical collaboration with pop singer Luis Fonsi, "Despacito," was the first Spanish-language song to crack the Billboard Hot 100 in over 20 years, indicated he will devote the rest of his life to Christ and spreading the gospel. Yankee, the best-selling Latin artist of theThe Blaze
Jul 13 2023
Major economies are on the “cusp of an AI revolution” that could trigger job losses in skilled professions such as law, medicine and finance, according to an influential international organisation.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said the occupations at highest risk from AI-driven automation were highly skilled jobs and represented about 27% ofThe Guardian
Jul 11 2023
More than a quarter of jobs in the OECD rely on skills that could be easily automated in the coming artificial intelligence revolution, and workers fear they could lose their jobs to AI, the OECD said on Tuesday.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is a 38-member bloc, spanning mostly wealthy nations but also some emerging economies like Mexico and EstoniaReuters
Oct 16 2023
'God Didn't Design Us to Hate': Former Hezbollah Fighter Now Ministry Leader Recalls Encounter with Jesus
In early October, Afshin Javid was visiting Israel with his ministry Cyrus Call, which promotes friendship between Persians and Jews. But like millions of others, he found himself in the middle of a war when Hamas launched a bloody attack on Oct. 7.
As a former Hezbollah fighter, Afshin himself is no stranger to violence. He sat down with CBN News to tell his story.
"I was on myCBN
Mar 15 2021
The Great Awokening is gathering speed.
Hardly a week — and sometimes barely a day or an hour — goes by without a fresh incident of "cancel culture" or another "woke" scandal breaking in the news.
Whether you think the trend a good thing, a bad thing, or a trivial thing, you know exactly what I mean. To list just a few of the stories from recent weeks: Longtime New York TimesThe Week - Opinion
Feb 02 2021
As President Biden continues to roll out executive orders prioritizing climate change, it is increasingly clear that there will be a relatively rapid U.S. shift toward renewable energy from the sun, wind and other sources.
Indeed, many states are already pushing ahead with ambitious renewable and clean energy policies. These policies will reduce air pollution, spur extensive economicThe Hill
Oct 09 2023
How Hamas flooded Israel, killed hundreds and took another 100 hostage: The revolution of drone warfare
Last Friday, Israeli newspapers were filled with stories about the 50th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War, also called the October War. In 1973, the country had nearly been defeated by co-ordinated surprise attacks from its Arab neighbors. Never again, people thought. So, Israelis were especially shocked to be awakened Saturday morning by rocket barrages and gunfire in the streets. HamasFortune
Apr 09 2013
By breaking the pillars of British society, she opened the way for a politically powerful middle class.Washington Post
Jun 25 2023
Intentionally or not, Prigozhin showed that Russia is not only at war with Ukraine but on many levels is also at war with itself. Thousands have left the country because they disagreed with the invasion or fled for fear of being conscripted to fight. Others are in jail, or living in exile, because they voiced opposition to the war, or to Putin. And still others, like Prigozhin, supported theWashington Post