Huh! Silicone Valley Is Building A Chinese-style Social Credit System

If current trends hold, it’s possible that in the future a majority of misdemeanors and even some felonies will be punished not by Washington, D.C., but by Silicon Valley.

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Actor Comes Under Fire From LGBTQ Lynch Mob

The LGBTQ mob presented him with a choice: “Confess your sin, show your penitence, and we won’t destroy your career. Or, stick to your guns and end up with your head on a stick.”

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Dakota Conference Changes Its Bylaws; Distances Itself From General Conference

In lieu of the General Conference doctrinal guidelines, the Dakota Conference retained language in Article II that aligns them with the Mid-America Union and the North American Division.

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Annual Amazon Farmland Burns Invoke International Outrage

“I think the media focus on this is misplaced and exaggerated, as is virtually every weather-related story that appears these days,” said Dr. Roy Spencer, a respected former NASA scientist.

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This Summer in History: The Summer of 1969, Part II

Chappaquiddick, the Manson murders, the Woodstock rock festival, and Hurricane Camille—it all happened fifty years ago in that helter skelter summer of 1969.

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Vast Majority of Democrats Oppose Religious Freedom Law

The turnaround dramatizes how culture and politics have changed in 25 years. Secular values have been given priority and religious freedoms have been narrowed.

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