News has just emerged the iPod Touch 6 release may be faced with delays due to supply issues, gadget websites have reported.
Pushed back from its last September's previous release schedule to make way for Apple iPhone 6's launch, the iPod Touch 6th generation has been held back yet again after rumors surfaced Apple was experiencing issues finding a suitable niche market for their next gen music and video player with all its other products in the market.
Additionally, postponement of the release may have had to do with supplier issues. more >>
While Rick Nacker was on his daily route where he delivers packages he hears cried for help at his last stop for the day. The is when God turned this UPS driver into a hero!
He had approached a house he had never been too before and knew something wasn't right when he heard cries for help coming from the house. He calls 911 and helps the injured man in the house. God put him in the right place at the right time and it worked out perfectly for him. The man he helped is in much better condition and is very thankful to have Rick there that day. What an incredible story!
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This amazing duo of Lindsey Stirling and Lexi Walker sing a song that will touch your soul. They pair up for a rendition of "I Know My Redeemer Lives." The lyrics and voices together are very POWERFUL!
Both these wonderful singers have been blessed with the ability to heal with their voices. A well known song that has a beautiful meaning behind it. Celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus! A great version of a song that everyone should hear. Be sure to share this young girls talent with all your friends and family!
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As 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson continues to receive sharp criticism for asserting on Wednesday that being gay is "absolutely" a choice and relying on the notion that prison time can turn some straight people into homosexuals, did the retired neurosurgeon actually present a valid argument on elective sexual orientation in prison?
Following the 63-year-old conservative's comments in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, Politifact followed up with an article attempting to debunk Carson's point that prisons turn "a lot" of heterosexuals into homosexuals while in prison, and contended that American Psychological Association and others in the medical community have concluded that homosexuality is not "a matter of choice."
"Carson said, "A lot of people go into prison straight, and when they come out they're gay,'" the article states. more >>
As season one of the animated TV series "Star Wars: Rebels" ended with a finale episode last March 2, some of these major events happened to usher in what will happen in the next season. Showrunner David Filoni discussed major events and where season two is headed.
Season one's finale featured a major character's death and another major character's return. The character who dies in the final episode is The Inquisitor, who was tasked by Darth Vader to hunt down all remaining Jedi in the galaxy. He kills himself by hurling himself into an explosion, after he was defeated by Jedi Kanan Jarrus.
Ahsoka Tano, a former Jedi, returns in the final episode, much to the surprise of the show's protagonists. All the while, she was hiding behind the identity of an informant of Hera Syndulla, helping the rebels by providing information about Imperial activities and supplies. Ahsoka is also a Padawan of Anakin Skywalker (or Darth Vader). more >>
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education released its list of the top 10 worst offenders of free speech on college campuses in 2014.
The top 10, in alphabetical order, are: Brandeis University, California State University-Fullerton, Chicago State University, Georgetown University, Kansas Board of Regents, Marquette University, Modesto Junior College, U.S. Department's of Education and Justice, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and University of Iowa.
FIRE, founded in 1999, advocates for individual rights at American colleges and universities. It was founded by University of Pennsylvania professor Alan Charles Kors and civil liberties attorney Harvey Silvergate after publication of their book, The Shadow University: The Betrayal of Liberty on America's Campuses. more >>