The recently recalled District Attorney Chesa Boudin and the successful recall of three socialist-leaning members of the San Francisco elected public-school board show that SF voters realize socialism doesn't work in practice.
The ongoing murders in NYC are a sad tragedy, but it is an opportunity for the Church to step in and minister to families to restore their affiliation with Jesus Christ.
America is divided. Critical race theory is right about that. However, CRT fails as a tool to explain satisfactorily and fix the divisiveness. There is a better tool to understand as well as heal the divisiveness in America today.
A person’s insight is revealed, when he or she understands, interprets, reasons, and explains a complex issue for the benefit of the public, which lacks insight or needs help in understanding a complex issue/problem.
India’s famed Emperor Ashoka was an ancient convert from Hinduism to Buddhism. He demonstrated that a person is NOT forced by others to convert from one religion to another. Today, “religious conversions are forced,” is the flawed premise of all anti-conversion laws of India. Who could have forced mighty Emperor Ashoka to change his religion? The Emperor’s famous religious conversion was his choice.
Now that Father’s Day is behind us, let us consider a related matter. On Father's Day, when we are saying kind, grateful things to fathers on social media, at churches, at homes, at parties, and everywhere else, we are confirming how important and valuable the role of the father is to his children.
Statesmen make unpopular decisions, eschew partisan gain in order to protect the national interest by using superior judgment even at the cost of their own political standing.
This data is convincing evidence that NBA has come a long way since the FIRST Black player Earl Lloyd played in an NBA game 71 years ago. Based on 2019 Census data, whites make 61% of the population but, now, only 17% are white players in the NBA.
Newton said his past was blatantly selfish and racist. But he was not “cancelled,” as we know it today.
Most of us agree, we must erase all racist tendencies in individuals, our systems, and our nation. But is CRT the way to do it?