Many developed nations are beginning to more fully embrace alternative perspectives on gender, so changes in the way gender differences are processed…or not…are becoming increasingly reflected in the mainstream. As reported by the Daily Mail, one of the more startling pieces of news on the topic of gender identity to come out recently is the decision by major British retailer John Lewis to altogether remove ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ labels from children’s clothes as a way to get away from ‘reinforcing gender stereotypes.’ Caroline Bettis, head of childrenswear for John Lewis, describes the reasoning behind the company’s decision this way: “We... Read more →

Well, one thing you may or may not know about me is that I am a dog person. I love dogs, have always had a dog, and presently have two dogs. As my kids have grown up and moved out, our dogs have become like children to my wife and I. Yep, I always said I would never be 'that guy' that made his dogs his children, but here I am. This is a picture below of my wife and I with our two dogs on a recent walk we took them on at our beach. So back to the... Read more →

Did you happen to read about this? In the spirit of the time in which we live, where it seems everything…literally, everything…can be seen as having a racial orientation of one sort or another, no one should find the following to be unusual. About a week ago, a Greek life retreat was supposed to be in full effect at the University of Mississippi. That did not happen, however. The reason it did not happen is that a banana peel was found lodged in a tree on campus, a tree close to where the retreat for Alpha Kappa Alpha, a historically... Read more →

If there was any doubt as to the U.S. posture when it comes to North Korea, Secretary of Defense James Mattis has certainly clarified things. As reported by The Hill, Mattis spoke on Sunday about what is considered by many to be a growing crisis, flatly saying, “Any threats to the United States or its territories including Guam or our allies will be met with a massive military response – a response both effective and overwhelming.” The secretary’s assertion came just after North Korea thumbed its nose once again at the U.S. and the United Nations by conducting its sixth... Read more →

ChristianMoney.Com Staff Writers CMC has noticed a significant and growing buzz about September 23rd among Christians. Who knows what will happen? Quite a few Bible prophecy experts are speaking out on it and here are a couple of videos that have details on what this date could mean in the timeline of Bible prophecy. We welcome your comments below (agree or disagree). The first video is L.A. Marzulli on a recent Coast To Coast AM appearance, and below that is the presentation by Scotty Clarke (that Marzulli makes reference to). Read more → Staff Writers Update September 5, 2017 - Larry Bates received a 21 year sentence today Larry Bates, a Christian author and former gold salesman, will be sentenced tomorrow to federal prison for his role in a multi-million dollar gold Ponzi scheme. For each count of the conviction, Bates is facing a potential sentence of 20 years in prison and a potential fine of $250,000. Press release from the U.S. Justice Department - Memphis, TN – After a five-week trial, a federal jury found Larry Bates; his two sons, Chuck and Robert Bates; and Kinsey Bates, the wife of Robert... Read more →

I was one of those that was critical, not so much of his decision not to open the church, but how poorly everything was communicated. Absent from his comments here is any admission of a mistake, or that things could have been handled better, etc... I guess none of that matters when you are speaking to your own supporters that are giving you a standing ovation. What would have shown humility and honesty is to say that mistakes were made and we are going to do better next time. Once this new video of his comments circulates, my sense is... Read more →

A few days ago, this space talked about a plan proposed by New York City’s Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio to review the Big Apple’s statues and monuments for the purpose of seeing how they fare against an as-yet undefined “purity” test. The purity test would pertain to the matter of to what degree the figures symbolized in various public displays were guilty of transgressions evaluated in terms of the present-day social justice court of public opinion. Those statues and monuments that do not pass…would be hauled away. One of the statues de Blasio’s office said would be under review... Read more →

So who is in charge of the FBI these days, anyway? As reported by a number of news outlets, including The Daily Caller, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for documents pertaining to the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails was recently turned down by the feds on the basis that there is, in their opinion, no compelling public interest. Ty Clevenger, the New York attorney who made the formal request for the information back in March 2016, heard directly from the FBI Records Management Division with their response that the bureau would proceed no further on behalf of... Read more →

I used the steps in this video to find over $4,000 of lost money for myself and $7,000 of lost money for a relative. There is tens of billions of dollars in unclaimed funds or so called lost money. Most people are skeptical, but many find they have money due them. Searching for your lost money is 100 percent free using my strategies. Don't pay anyone to find your lost money or agree to a finder's fee, because you can do this yourself. Read more →

The actual news is rapidly becoming so completely bizarre…that it’s getting to the point where you simply cannot believe it’s not satire. Case in point: You’re obviously familiar with the “tear down the statues” mania gripping the country now, right? Well, if you thought there might be limits to it, you’re as wrong as you can be. An independent K-12 Catholic school in the San Francisco Bay Area (where else?), San Domenico, has decided to remove religious statues in order that the campus be more inclusive of other faiths. Let’s hear that again: A private Catholic school…has removed religious statues…so... Read more →

Did you happen to catch Tucker Carlson Tonight on Friday? Fox News’ brightest ratings light right now, Tucker Carlson, sharply took Republican members of Congress to task for their opposition to the idea of a Trump-initiated rollback of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration policy. DACA is a product of the Obama administration, and acts to give those undocumented immigrants who came to the country as minors a renewable, two-year period of deferment from immigration enforcement actions, including deportation. The upshot of DACA is that those who qualify for its protection could simply remain in the country interminably.... Read more →

I have been discussing Bitcoin since October of 2012 (when Bitcoin was at $12). I have not received a warm reception on the topic. Most readers and radio show listeners yawned and took little interest, while others chastised me for suggesting something that has been used by criminals (as if the U.S. Dollar has not). I want to share in this post on how to buy Bitcoin, just in case some of you may have changed your mind. Despite Bitcoin trading at nearly $5,000 at the time of writing this article, I believe there is still a tremendous opportunity. Consider... Read more →

If you are long the Bitcoin Investment Trust (like I am), you no doubt are aware of the 20 percent drop in value on Friday. The drop was precipitated by comments by commentator Andrew Left (who announced he is shorting GBTC). Left is beating the drum on an issue that most people are already aware of, that GBTC trades at a big premium to its underlying asset - Bitcoin. In the same market that places a value of more than $15 billion on a stock like Snapchat (SNAP), which has no earnings and no intrinsic value based on on traditional... Read more →