Standing with the Ukrainians Today

This Saturday, Nov. 24, the Ukrainians commemorate a sad memorial day–”holodomor” (“harvest of death”), the Stalin-engineered, forced famine of 1932-1933 in which 7 to 10 million Ukrainians died. Stalin had the world press suppress this “holocaust” and not until the middle 1980s did the whole world come to grips with what Stalin did to the Ukrainian farmers. This video contains some graphic scenes, [Read More...]

Some Good News

From Steve Johnson: Are you better off? Is there good evidence for progress? Over the past two decades, what have the U.S. trends been for the following important measures of social health: high school dropout rates, college enrollment, juvenile crime, drunken driving, traffic deaths, infant mortality, life expectancy, per capita gasoline consumption, workplace injuries, air [Read More...]

Weekly Meanderings

Let’s pray this is a Middle East sunset of peace. Blog post of the week by Neil Godfrey: “The best way to understand just how ‘non-religious’ or ‘non-biblical’ are the books of the New Testament — that is, to understand just how much a product of their own wider Greco-Roman literary culture are those books [Read More...]


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