America is losing its religion — and the effects will be long-lasting

By : Brian Walsh/Axios New surveys show Americans’ membership in communities of worship has declined sharply in recent years, with less than 50% of the country belonging to a church, synagogue or mosque. Why it matters: The accelerating trend towards a more secular America represents a fundamental change in the national character, one that will haveContinue reading “America is losing its religion — and the effects will be long-lasting”

Uganda: When God’s men started biting President Museveni

     In Summary You can teach hygiene to tactically get past the authorities before spreading theories of corona demons, enhanced by ‘tongues’. The devotees will probably forget the science and go home dizzy with the demons. Sweet music to the virus. By Alan Tacca/Daily Monitor    Back in March, when President Museveni was confidently inContinue reading “Uganda: When God’s men started biting President Museveni”

It’s just clothes

  Designer Kenneth Nicholson A billion years ago when I was in college. I went to a local church where I was the only black person in the congregation. Most members of my family attended this National church across the nation and this church was near my apartment across the street from the University. WhileContinue reading “It’s just clothes”

Before I Do: Why History Matters

His or Her Past, may have a major impact on your future as a couple Sex and the Heart has ruined many relationships because they often distract from reality.     The heart wants one thing and one thing only, love.   The heart is hopeful, it tells the brain to overlook what it sees because loveContinue reading “Before I Do: Why History Matters”

Are natural disasters part of God’s retribution?

Roman Catholic Theologian examines the idea that natural disasters are divine punishment By: Matthew Schmatz/The Conversation This piece originally appeared on The Conversation Seeing the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, conservative Christian pastor John McTernan argued recently that “God is systematically destroying America” out of anger over “the homosexual agenda.” There were others who disagreed overContinue reading “Are natural disasters part of God’s retribution?”


Dera Sacha Sauda followers torched buildings and vehicles in Panchkula after the court verdict against their chief From: MumbaiMirror I must admit, I’m a bit jealous of god men. In India, they have a parallel nation where their followers will do anything. If they say, “Today I want you to stop using Indian currency andContinue reading “OF GODS AND THEIR MEN”

The Terror Attacks Trump Won’t Talk About

Right-wing extremists who carried out a deadly gun rampage in June 2014. Las Vegas Police Department By Mark Follman/Mother Jones On Monday, in a case little noticed by the national media, a man went on trial in federal court for plotting a potentially horrific terrorist attack in upstate New York. In 2015, this man allegedlyContinue reading “The Terror Attacks Trump Won’t Talk About”

Can the Muslim American family survive Trump?

People celebrate the Eid holiday that marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, July 2016 [Reuters] By: Huda Al-Marashi/Al Jazerra The day after the presidential election, my 14-year-old son left a message in the shower. With his little brother’s foam alphabet letters, he spelledContinue reading “Can the Muslim American family survive Trump?”

The Goddess who can’t leave home

  Seven-year-old Kumari called Yunika is worshipped by everyone in her country of Nepal. Picture: AFP/ Prakash Mathema By: Vanessa Brown/ THIS IS Yunika, and she is the seven-year-old ‘Goddess’ worshipped in Nepal. Draped in traditional costume and decorated in face paint, the young girl is known as a Kumari — a centuries-old tradition thatContinue reading “The Goddess who can’t leave home”

Egyptian gets three years for insulting Islam on Facebook

  CAIRO – An Egyptian court sentenced a man to three years in jail with hard labour on Saturday for insulting Islam in postings on Facebook, the official MENA news agency reported.   The Cairo court found that Ayman Yusef Mansur “intentionally insulted the dignity of the Islamic religion and attacked it with insults andContinue reading “Egyptian gets three years for insulting Islam on Facebook”