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What Is Wrong with the World?
Legend has it that G. K. Chesterton, the famous philosopher/theologian, was asked by a newspaper reporter what was wrong with the world. He skipped over ...
We All Need Sexual Healing
Modern society has made sex easy and emptied it of its God given meaning. Sex has been redefined as a self-determined commodity that results in frustration ...
International Church of Cannabis
A Lutheran church has stood at 400 S Logan Street in Denver since the early 1900s, but as of recently it has become unoccupied. In April of 2017, the ...
Slobbing Out, Giving Up, And Going ‘Goblin Mode’
At some point in the stretch of days between the start of the pandemic’s third year and the feared launch of World War III, a new phrase entered ...
Influential Rock Star on the Failures of Rock Music
Peter Townshend is a singer, songwriter, and co-founder and leader of the rock band The Who. For over 50 years the band has been widely considered as ...
Atheist Fears the Removal of Religion
Speaking to The Times, Richard Dawkins said he fears the removal of religion would be a bad idea for society because it would give people “license ...
Famous Poet Describes His Capacity for Evil
Walt Whitman, one of the greatest of American poets writes in, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" of his capacity for evil:
I am he who knew what it was ...
Parisian Nudist Restaurant to Close
The proprietors of O’Naturel made headlines in December of 2017 when they offered a premiere dining experience to patrons willing to dine in the ...
Gym Patron Confused by Slogan, Arrested for Conduct
When Eric Stagno walked into a local Planet Fitness, he thought he knew what to expect. His expectations were quite wrong. Onlookers were shocked when ...
Eagle's Joe Walsh Reflects on the Worst Part of Success
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Joe Walsh, the lead guitarist for the band Eagle's, was asked to describe the worst part of success: