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  1. Owen says:

    Liked the article, made some good points.
    Quite some years ago, I read a book, “The Illuminati”. While it was purely fiction and not intended to be in any way prophetic, it was my first glimpse into how news is packaged and sold. (“The Prophet” is another good example). This article laid out more of the same. The twists and leanings of the media still surprise me, although by now I shouldn’t be surprised.

  2. Duane Arnold says:

    For those interested in the Anglican Rite of Baptism, this is an excellent introduction. While the 1662 language may seem archaic to some, it is magisterial and rich…

  3. j2theperson says:

    I was going to post that link. You beat me to it, Michael. 🙂

  4. The New Victor says:

    Years ago, I read the book The Gift of Fear by Gavin deBecker. He pointed out that a lot of the security measures society has put in place were due to the actions of a small number of men. He wrote it in the 90s. Safe food packaging? Tylenol poisoning which was an isolated incident (and think the Halloween candy scare which the USA still fears). Metal detectors. Updated: TSA and a lot of the stupidity thereof? 19 men.

  5. Em says:

    i woke up wondering who won the baseball game last night and learned that another bigoted hater of God’s creation has walked into the midst of innocents killing as many as he could. America has been called the melting pot of the world. In this 21st century it seems the pot is melting. Our national pride and our national identity is being fractured. God be merciful to those mourning their loved ones now – praying

  6. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    Em, as it seems you got sidetracked with the news, the Dodgers won 3-2 in 18 innings. 🙂

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