Edward Leano

Christian Post Contributor


  • 6-year-old's Lemonade Stand in Atlanta Raised $13,000 for Separated Migrant Families

    A 6-year-old boy in Atlanta decided to help the families separated by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy at the border by selling lemonade. With a little help from his mom, his idea soon turned into an online petition that went on to raise more than $13,000.

  • Justice Anthony Kennedy, Who Voted in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Announces Retirement

    Justice Anthony Kennedy is a conservative who had incredible impact in crucial votes for contentious issues like same-sex marriage, abortion and wiretapping. With the 81-year old justice announcing his retirement, many are now looking ahead at what the Supreme Court would be like without him.

  • Asgardia, the First 'Space Nation,' Inaugurated Its First Leader and Now Plans to Colonize Space

    The citizens of the newly-formed "space nation" of Asgardia, who have just witnessed a lavish inauguration ceremony that installed its first ruler, are now expecting to one day set up human colonies on the moon and elsewhere. They are also expecting more citizens to join them from all over the world as well.

  • US Flight Attendants Have Higher Rates of Cancer, New Study Finds

    According to a recent study that examined more than 5,000 U.S. flight attendants, these airline crew members were found to have higher than average rates of contracting certain kinds of cancers. Among them, breast, melanoma and types of skin cancers were found to be more prevalent for those in this occupation compared to the general population.

  • Staggering Suicide Numbers: Why Farmers in America Are Killing Themselves

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has found a disturbing trend in what is generally viewed as a more idyllic and "simpler" life — farmers, fishermen and foresters have been dying off with the highest overall suicide rates, looking at data from 17 states. One reason being considered is the economic struggles facing farmers today.

  • The Highest Concentration of Fast-Food Restaurants in America Are in These States

    The continuing popularity of fast food in America has ensured that fast food chains will continue to be embedded in the country's landscape — some places more so than others. With about one-third of Americans eating fast food every day, there are bound to be some states with people indulging just a bit more than usual, too.

  • Trump Threatens Harley-Davidson With 'Big Tax' If It Moves Offshore

    Trump has just threatened longtime American motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson, should it insist on moving some of its production overseas. The President has warned the company that it "will be the beginning of the end" for them, starting with a promise of "big tax."

  • Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban on Some Muslim-Majority Countries

    The Supreme Court has upheld President Trump's travel ban that covered several Muslim majority countries on Tuesday, June 26. It's a decision that the President has called a validation of his authority that he exercised when the White House announced the third version of the ban back in September of last year.

  • Republican Lawmaker Introduces Measure to Call for Maxine Water's Resignation

    House Republican Andy Biggs of Arizona called on Rep. Maxine Waters from California to resign, after her recent comments urging supporters to confront Trump administration members in public. The measure Biggs introduced was also meant to be a call for disciplinary action for the Democrat as well.

  • People Who Are Good With Money Always Splurge on These Smart Buys

    Having a job and the means to earn money is a blessing that people could always be more thankful for, and spending on the right things will go a long way in making sure that one will have enough when the unexpected happens. The people who are good with their money go one step further than everyone else, though.