Forget the title, but see what the CDC actually says about the number of Covid 19 deaths. Covid 19 is not even in the top 10 – according to the CDC.
by Matt Walsh In one of the creepiest yet most revealing Twitter threads ever to be posted on the platform, a teacher recently fretted out loud that virtual classes might allow parents to hear him brainwashing their kids. Matthew R. Kay, an educator and author of a book on “how to lead meaningful race conversations […]
by Cheryl Chumley A woman in Kentucky, Elizabeth Linscott, who tested positive for COVID-19 has been ordered by local health department authorities to stay at home — ordered, and then when she balked, slapped with court papers and shackled around the ankle with a monitor that basically sounds an alarm if she leaves her residence. […]
Originally entitled: “The Ugly Racism of Karl Marx.” by Walter E. Williams May Day celebrations were held all across the fruited plain, with leftist radicals and unionists worshipping the ideals of communism. Communism is an ideology calling for government control over our lives. It was created by Karl Marx, who—along with his collaborator, Friedrich Engels—wrote […]
Practical theology says care, sacrifice, and community are as vital as ever. by Lyman Stone The modern world has suddenly become reacquainted with the oldest traveling companion of human history: existential dread and the fear of unavoidable, inscrutable death. No vaccine or antibiotic will save us for the time being. Because this experience has become […]
The Democrat Party is the face of Moloch, the Canaanite god whom Milton called the “horrid King besmear’d with blood / Of human sacrifice.” It is a cult of criminality and death. On every political issue, Democrats take the side of chaos and destruction, crime and disorder.
by Edith M. Humphrey The editors of Orthodox Life offer to their readers an edifying reflection on the Church’s response to pastoral and theological questions regarding sexual morality and Orthodox anthropology. We believe that this will not be a final word, but rather one of many statements of encouragement and direction to the faithful. Introduction This […]
Protection from chemotherapy immunosuppression indicates effect could be conserved in humans. In the first evidence of a natural intervention triggering stem cell-based regeneration of an organ or system, a study in the June 5 issue of the Cell Stem Cell shows that cycles of prolonged fasting not only protect against immune system damage — a […]
by John Merline Lake Erie and Lake Superior — two of the five that make up the Great Lakes — broke records for water levels this May. Lakes Michigan and Huron could follow suit. Naturally, climate change is getting the blame. “We are undoubtedly observing the effects of a warming climate in the Great Lakes,” […]
And not only Europe; America as well. by Peter Wolfgang “Europe is the faith and the faith is Europe,” observed the English writer Hilaire Belloc almost 100 years ago. Western Civilization makes no sense apart from its Christian origin and identity. The last 100 years has proven him right. If our civilization makes no sense […]