March 2019


More schools drop LGBT rights classes

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionLGBT classes protester: I am not homophobic Four more schools in Birmingham have stopped teaching about LGBT rights following complaints by parents. Leigh Trust said it was suspending the No Outsiders programme until an agreement with parents was reached. Earlier this month the city’s Parkfield Community School […]

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Why the Trump-Fox News relationship really is unprecedented

(CNN)On Monday, the New Yorker’s Jane Mayer published an explosive expose on “the Fox News White House,” a deeply reported story alleging that the channel had killed a story about Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election and that President Trump tried to spike the AT&T-Time Warner merger apparently because he wasn’t happy with the […]

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How Queer as Folk broke the mould for gay people on TV

‘It showed gay men being unapologetic’ Owen Corrigan was 15 and living in rural Ireland when he chanced upon Queer as Folk while channel-hopping at home on a Friday night. “I had never really met a gay person, I’d just heard the schoolyard taunts. I didn’t know I was gay at the time, or I […]

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Tornado Tears Roof Off Church While 40 Preschool Kids Sing “Jesus Loves Me” Inside

ShareTweetPinterest A tornado devastated a church building in Paducah, Kentucky last week, tearing off the entire roof and ravaging the majority of the inside. But miraculously, the 10 staff members and 40 preschool children inside Mt. Zion Baptist Church remained unscathed despite the destruction swirling around them. Amazingly, the only room inside the church that was […]

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Sean Hannity: Smollett case proves that journalism in this country is dead and buried

Look at what they did to the 16-year-old Covington high school student, Nick Sandmann. Off a 15-second blurb, they accused him of being a racist, harassed him, accused him of assaulting a 65-year-old activist and getting in his face. They tried to ruin this kid’s life with slander, smearing, besmirching, character assassination. CLICK HERE TO […]

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This new hashtag challenge has inspired hundreds of people to clean up their local parks and beaches.

When hashtag social media challenges go viral, they’re usually bad news. The Tide pod challenge, cinnamon challenge, and that one where people stuck condoms on their heads were all pretty bad ideas. But over the weekend, #Trashtag went viral, inspiring young people all over the world to buy a box of garbage bags and post […]

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“I’m ready for my close up!” That time my puppy made viral social media.

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Trump’s Jared and Ivanka problem

(CNN)Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the President of the United States, modeled on the President’s Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily. Several ongoing national security risks persist — and […]

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Never forget the greatness of God by remembering to do THIS

About two days into the trip I noticed something: it was easy to tell the locals from the visitors. Yes, the tourists with their camera out was an easy giveaway, but just a noticeable was what the locals never seemed to do: look up. The cityscape of New York City is breathtaking, and yet a […]

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“People Tell Me Your Wife Is So Lucky to Have YouTruth Be Told It Really Irks Me”

ShareTweetPinterest It’s pretty common to hear the phrase “You’re so lucky to have him” when friends are doting on a trophy husband. And while it’s generally meant as a compliment with good intention, the popular DadMum blogger poses that it can be a dangerous phrase to pass on to our daughters. For the father of two, […]

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