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What kinds of things did YOU study in the sixth grade? In one Florida public middle school, the curriculum appears to have taken a decidedly outrageous turn with the administration of a questionnaire to young students that included surprising (to say the least) questions on matters related to such sensitive topics as race, religion, and sexuality. Not so surprising is that the teacher who assigned the questionnaire has lost her job. According to a number of news outlets, including The Christian Post, teacher Daryl Cox (a female) apparently felt compelled, in her role as an instructor at Fox Chapel Middle... Read more →


Did you happen to catch Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Fox News’ Hannity Tuesday night? If so, you saw him strongly suggest that those seeking to enter the United States illegally are probably better off not trying. Saying that “the border is not open” and that those who come anyway will be “apprehended” and “deported promptly,” Sessions seemed to take the opportunity of his appearance to make it clear there’s a new sheriff in town: “[C]an you believe that we have had the lowest number of entrances at the border in 17 years? This is the direct result of Donald... Read more →


As reported by The Christian Post, the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, a non-profit that specifically advocates for the interests of atheists, agnostics, and “non-theists,” has a problem with Hugh Freeze, the head football coach at the University of Mississippi. It seems they don’t like all that tweeting about God he’s been doing. More specifically, the group objects to Freeze’s tweets promoting Christianity, messages he sends out through his personal Twitter account. Now, given that he is using his personal Twitter account to send the messages, there should be no problem, right? Not according to Sam Grover, attorney for the... Read more →


It appears that, finally, job creation in the U.S. is actually occurring. At least, that’s the impression Americans seem to have. The folks over at the well-known research company Gallup conduct a survey on behalf of a proprietary measure of theirs known as the Job Creation Index. The basis of the “measurement,” such as it is, is the perceptions that U.S. adults have regarding whether their employers are in a hiring mode, or if they’re instead in a phase where they’re laying off. The computation simply involves subtracting the percentage of those folks who say their employers are in a... Read more →


The new job marketplace continues to grow. As reported by a variety of media outlets, including Colorado’s 9News, online retail giant Amazon announced last week that it will be adding a total of 30,000 part-time job positions inside the United States over the course of the next year, with 5,000 of those coming in the form of virtual customer service positions, where employees will be able to work from home in the capacity of customer service representatives. Home-based phone and email-based customer service work appears to be growing in popularity with an increasing number of companies. These types of customer... Read more →


Well, are they, or aren’t they? Paying for the wall, that is. Mexico, that is. As you surely remember, when Donald Trump was on the campaign trail last year, perhaps the most resonant promise he made (along with the commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare) was that, if elected, he would build a wall on America’s southern border, and, even more impressive, that he would find a way for Mexico itself to pay for the structure. To those in this country acutely concerned about illegal immigration, it sounded awfully good. And while few doubt that some kind of wall is... Read more →


Rare Revelations Of A Murderous Rampage. Within the pages of THE BUNDY SECRETS:Hidden Files Of America's Worst Serial Killer is a unique, never-before-published look at the investigations undertaken to stop the depredations of America’s most infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy. Presented here in an easy-to-follow chronology are the raw, unedited and most fascinating official case files as they appeared to the detectives from the Pacific Northwest to the Rocky Mountains to Florida. Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses the top handful of digital currencies that are all very popular right now. In addition to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Monero, are all doing well with their own following. Amazon to hire 5,000 work from home employees, Indian Police catch alleged Fake IRS ringleader, and identity theft warning from the IRS. Read more →


It is surely a testimony to the lunacy of many on the left in America today that the amount spent by the government to protect the Secretary of Education has to be what it is. According to an agreement recently arrived at by the Education Department and the U.S. Marshals Service, the former will be reimbursing the latter - to the tune of about $1 million per month - for the purpose of helping to cover the costs of Betsy DeVos’s security detail. It seems that the number of threats faced by the secretary is regularly so great that her... Read more →


You knew this day was coming. Well, “this day” isn’t here quite yet, but it’s just a matter of time…and, probably, very little time. What are we talking about? People implanted with microchips, and it being no big deal. According to an article over at CNBC.com , a company called Biohax is knee-deep in the effort to make available the ability (“privilege”? “requirement”? You pick the word) for humans to be injected with a tiny microchip that would make them even more efficient when it comes to completing simple, everyday tasks. Jowan Osterlund, Biohax founder, says the microchips could be... Read more →


Candidate Donald Trump promised so-called “extreme vetting” of those seeking to enter the United States if he managed to win election to the White House. Well, he did win, of course, and now, details of President Donald Trump’s proposed efforts to keep dangerous people out of the country are beginning to see the light of day. Among them, reportedly, is a method by which the ideologies of those seeking to enter the country would be evaluated. According to The Wall Street Journal, by way of Newsmax, this “extreme vetting” could include such measures as requiring prospective entrants to the country... Read more →


Hillary Clinton has apparently decided that the reason – or, at least, a very big reason – for her loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 general election is because voters (mostly men, presumably) couldn’t abide seeing a woman in the White House. That’s right; according to Hillary, she lost because of misogyny. As reported by The Hill, she even used that very word Thursday during an appearance at the Women of the World Summit in New York. “Certainly, misogyny played a role,” said Clinton, “I mean, that just has to be admitted. And why and what the underlying reasons... Read more →


Talk about awkward. Skin care company Nivea saw one of the brand’s latest advertising campaigns come to a most inauspicious end when a deodorant ad promoting the slogan “White is Purity” came under attack for what many saw as its racist overtones. According to The Washington Post, the ad, which actually appeared in a Facebook post, was for a Nivea product called “Invisible for Black and White,” and depicted the image of a woman, dressed in white, shown from behind. All you could see is the woman’s long dark hair contrasting against the all-white dress she is wearing. There is... Read more →


It was clear from the 2016 presidential election that there was great division inside the Christian community when it came to the question of whether to back Donald Trump. Well, as it turns out, that controversy was not limited to those folks actually living in the United States. According to The Christian Post, word has it that high-profile evangelicals from Norway have decided to pass on a revival to be held later this year in Oslo that’s being headlined by Franklin Graham. The reason? Graham’s outspoken support for Donald Trump during his campaign, as well as his own historical statements... Read more →


Donald Trump took an opportunity, while speaking at a conference for the National Association of Business Trade Unions, to publicly double down on his sentiment that his presidency is all about prioritizing the interests of the United States; “America first,” as Trump has said repeatedly. A noteworthy line from his comments, one that captured the attention of media outlets everywhere, including MRCTV, went like this: “I’m not, and I don’t want to be, the president of the world. I’m the president of the United States.” Trump added that “from now on, it’s going to be America first.” President Trump campaigned... Read more →