1. Jesus Cleansing of the Temple versus Trump Bible

    According to #Matthew 21:12-13, #Jesus drove out the people selling and buying in the temple, overturned the money changers' tables , and said, "It is written, ' My house will be called a house of prayer.' But you are making it 'a den of robbers'". Jesus used a #whip of #cords to d
  2. Democrats win the first election since the Alabama Supreme Court IVF ruling.

    This is a great sign! A stunning upset in Alabama, Democrat Marilyn Lands has defeated Republican Teddy Powell in the Special Election for Alabama State House District 10 to fill the seat last held by Republican Rep. David Cole, who was indicted for voter fraud. #Alabama #MarilynL
  3. Immigrants are not the cause of housing insecurity

    People have said the same thing in the past about Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, German, Polish, Italian, or Irish people,” Castaneda said. “Now some of the descendants of people who experienced xenophobia repeat the trope.”
  4. there are "churches" like this all over the world. Here in the USA the FLDS, the Mennonites, the Amish etc. The children in these secs are all vulnerable to abuse...Cults to Consciousness has dozens of interviews on YouTube, mostly women who escaped...telling their stories....
  5. ‘Groundhog Day’ movie: The Buddhist lifehacker film

    By David G. Allan, CNN “It’s not true that life is one damn thing after another – it’s one damn thing over and over.” — Edna St. Vincent Millay I’ve seen the 1993 film “Groundhog Day” again and again and again, but only once on the big screen, a few years after it was in theaters.
  6. NBC - Some supporters of a far-right convoy headed to the Texas border are calling for civil war

    A group that has referred to itself as "God's Army" said it's planning three peaceful assemblies Saturday, but the convoy has attracted only small numbers so far and some among their ranks have expressed violent rhetoric.
  7. Guy Fawkes Night: What those fireworks and bonfires are all about

    By Francesca Street, CNN Every year on November 5, skies across England, Scotland and Wales are illuminated by fireworks as Brits head out into the night to enjoy Guy Fawkes Night celebrations. Also called Fireworks Night or Bonfire Night, this autumn tradition has been a staple of
  8. Jews, Palestinians and Muslims in the US say they’re experiencing growing fear about rising bigotry and hatred

    By Mark Morales and Jeff Winter, CNN There is a palpable fear and tension in communities across the United States already scarred by the violent incidents stemming from the early days of the Israel and Hamas war , with some equating the bigotry and hatred being experienced by Jews,
  9. Canada removes 41 diplomats from India as dispute over Sikh activist’s assassination deepens

    By Paula Newton, Sania Farooqui and Sophie Jeong, CNN Canada has withdrawn 41 diplomats and their families from India after New Delhi threatened to revoke their diplomatic immunity amid a deepening dispute over the assassination of a Sikh activist . The move follows a series of tit-
  10. Why is Japan seeking the dissolution of the controversial Unification Church?

    By Analysis by Emiko Jozuka, Tetsu Sukegawa and Junko Ogura, CNN Japan’s government on Friday asked a court to order the dissolution of the Unification Church branch in Japan following the assassination of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe in July 2022. The government’s mov