We often look over the hardest-working members of society. These are people who really take time and effort to make our day a better one. In this case, 2-year-old Deacon Ross thanks this garbage man everyday for his hard work and he even looks up to him!
Regardless of the weather these men work hard and it sometimes goes unnoticed. In this case, each day this little boy goes out to talk to his best friend. If it is one group you can count on to see through adult biases, it's children. When kids see this big truck passing by with two men on the sides it's hard for them not to be amazed. Deacon Ross is one such kid, and he gets a very special visit in this video. It will probably be his last, because they are moving to another house. Who is your childhood hero and inspiration?
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A Montana public school district has canceled a planned field trip to a dinosaur museum after receiving the threat of a potential lawsuit from a Washington D.C.-based secular group if the students attend, because the museum teaches the biblical view of Creation.
The Glendive School District canceled a field trip for elementary school students to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum after receiving a letter from Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
The Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum is operated by the group Foundation Advancing Creation Truth, or FACT. more >>
If we look around the internet we can find videos that feature either a baby or an animal playing some sort of instrument. In this video, a one-baby band puts on a show all by himself … and it is precious!
This is going to be the curtest thing you have ever seen! A baby putting on a show all by himself and smiling while he does so. At only eight months old and this little boy is already an entertainer. In each part of the video this little guy manages to play several instruments. Piano, violin, guitar, drums, and many more.
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The American Family Association's One Million Moms website has launched a petition calling for Fox to halt its plans to air a new television series called "Lucifer" in 2016, saying the program "mischaracterizes" Satan and "mocks the Bible."
"The series will focus on Lucifer portrayed as a good guy, 'who is bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell,' the petition states.
The premise of the series, which is based on the DC Comics Series of the same name, is that the protagonist, Lucifer Morningstar, decides to leave Hell and move to Los Angeles, the City of Angels, to open up an upscale nightclub called "Lux." more >>
The designer of the iconic "Hope" poster used during President Barack Obama's 2008 election campaign has said that Obama has failed to live up to the promise, adding that America's entire political system needs an overhaul.
Shepard Fairey, a street artist who's also famous for designing items for clothing line OBEY, said in an interview with Esquire magazine that Obama has "not even [come] close" to living up to the promise behind the "Hope" poster.
"Obama has had a really tough time, but there have been a lot of things that he's compromised on that I never would have expected. I mean, drones and domestic spying are the last things I would have thought [he'd support]," Fairey said in the interview published on Thursday. more >>
A San Diego State University study published earlier this month has found that millennials appear to be the least religious generation ever recorded. SDSU psychology professor Jean M. Twenge suggested that one main reason for millennials abandoning religion is rising individualism in American culture, which is less prone to showing commitment to institutions.
"These trends are part of a larger cultural context, a context that is often missing in polls about religion," Twenge said in an article published by Eureka Alert.
"One context is rising individualism in U.S. culture. Individualism puts the self first, which doesn't always fit well with the commitment to the institution and other people that religion often requires. As Americans become more individualistic, it makes sense that fewer would commit to religion." more >>