Insanity and doom items are piling up faster than I can put them out. This bonus edition will reduce the load somewhat.
“It’s imperative for safe sex guides to become more inclusive of LGBTQIA and nonbinary people,” the guide states.
Healthline has claimed health disparities and higher rates of HIV and STIs observed in LGBTQIA communities are due to discrimination in the sex ed world. So, the California based health information provider has adopted the gender-inclusive term “front hole” in place of the medical term, “vagina” in their latest LGBTQIA safe sex guide.
We laugh. We mock. We scoff. But they win. They will continue to win until we realize there is only one way to beat these people. And if we do not start doing it soon, all will be lost.
South Carolina churches are shedding thousands of members a year, even as the state’s population grows by tens of thousands.
In the place we call the Bible Belt, where generations have hung their hats on their church-going nature and faithful traditions, an increasing trend of shrinking church attendance — and increasing church closings — signals a fundamental culture shift in South Carolina.
At least 97 Protestant churches across South Carolina have closed since 2011, according to data from the Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Methodist and Southern Baptist denominations. An untold number of other closings, certainly, are not captured by these statistics.
Many churches are dying slow deaths, stuck in stagnation if not decline. And if they don’t do something, anything, in their near future, they’ll share the fate of Cedar Creek United Methodist, a 274-year-old Richland County congregation that dissolved last year; Resurrection Lutheran, a church near downtown Columbia that will hold its last service on Sept. 2 and the dozens of churches that sit shuttered and empty around the state.
Now this is a think piece, lots of words, many anecdotes, rich in description of the human tapestry blah blah blah. They never come to the reason why churches are emptying. Yet the answer was plain in what wasn’t there. Not even once did they mention Jesus.
Who needs to go to church where your religion is the world, which is everywhere around you?
A little noticed detail in Santa Barbara’s recent drive to criminalize plastic straws, which culminated in the Santa Barbara city council taking testimony from a nine-year-old about the planetary menace, has come to light in recent days. During that council session, councilman Jesse Dominguez said the following in response to citizens who asked “what’s next?”:
“Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people’s lives.”
And they’re doing a darn fine job of it, too. It turns out California has set its effeminate eyes on balloons. I can’t see why my idea of letting California withdraw from the Union, us declaring war against it and bombing it into submission has not gained traction.
A woman who sold her son to paedophiles on the dark net has been jailed for 12 years and six months by a court in southern Germany.
The Freiburg court also jailed her partner, the boy’s stepfather, for 12 years. The boy was nine when the trial began in June.
The German nationals, 48 and 39 years old, had sexually abused the boy themselves for at least two years.
The dark net is an internet area beyond the reach of mainstream search engines.
On Monday, the court jailed a Spanish man for 10 years for sexually abusing the boy repeatedly.
Five other men have also been prosecuted in connection with the abuse…
Prosecutors say the boy was subjected to more than 60 serious sex attacks, many of which were filmed.
It’s not only that this German couple are proof of the necessity of the death penalty, but that they found so many takers. The rate of demonic sexual behavior must be much greater than is naively realized. And, no, not just in the Church.
What happens when government-run health care and a cultural embrace of euthanasia meet? Just ask Roger Foley, a Canadian man with a debilitating chronic neurological disease. After being hospitalized with cerebellar ataxia for a lengthy period, Foley wanted to arrange for home care so he could live in his own place — care that should be covered under Canada’s government-run system. Instead, in at least two conversations recorded by Foley, officials pressed him to choose assisted suicide, as CTV reported last week:…
“You can just apply to get assisted, if you wanted to end your life, you know what I mean?” the medical worker says. “You don’t have to do it in some dramatic manner, you can just apply.”
“Well, they already presented the outcome option to me, but it’s like, Why force me to end my life?” says Foley.
You may think the answer is to save money, Foley. Money is more important. So much so that death panels, as famously predicted, will soon be set up. To save money.
But money is not the prime answer, though it’s surely a supportive one. The prime answer is that the culture doesn’t like “useless” people anymore and wants to rid itself of them. This trend will accelerate. Renew!
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration signed a new contract on July 25 to acquire “fresh” human fetal tissue to transplant into “humanized mice” so that these mice will have a functioning “human immune system,” according to information published by the FDA and the General Services Administration.
What could go wrong?