World Economic Forum Beast Metaverse Rising

A Vision for a Global Collaboration Village

Day two of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Davos meeting is underway with The Global Collaboration Village, “the first global, purpose-driven metaverse platform” and “the beginning of a transformative technological development to support global progress.” In partnership with Accenture and Microsoft, WEF is launching the prototype at this annual meeting. WEF hails this virtual reality…

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World Economic Forum kicks off

Davos 2023 Day 1: What to Expect

One of the most dangerous movements against life, liberty and pursuit of happiness of the modern era is kicking off its meetings in Davos, Switzerland—The World Economic Forum. The WEF says, “Under the theme of ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World’, we’ll look at how we can tackle the numerous and interlinked challenges the world is…

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The Farm Chronicles: Grapes of Wrath

A sculpture

When I was about six or seven years old, Mom and her sister Aunt Dorie were given a very rare antique oil lamp for safekeeping. It was their mother’s lamp, handed down from her parents, circa 1860s. Mom and Aunt Dorie were to keep this precious parlor lamp by rotating it between them, both enjoying…

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The spiritual struggle over Washington politics

The spiritual struggle over Washington politics

The news media and Democratic Party had a hey day ridiculing Republicans over their endless ballots in deciding who would be Speaker of the House. They were mocking the seemingly indecisive Republicans, suggesting that they were leaderless, a reflection on former president Trump, a deep rift in the party, didn’t know how to govern. What…

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Stupidocrisy: Biden’s ban on gas stoves

No Gas

I’ve just read several stories that rank among the highest in stupidity of modern man. In September, California’s clean air agency approved a proposal to ban new natural gas-fueled furnaces and water heaters in homes by 2030. The final vote won’t take place until 2025, but the stage is set. Now the Feds are jumping…

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CDC analysis identifies dangers of COVID vaccines

CDC Finds Hundreds of Safety Signals for Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines

The Proportional Reporting Ratio (PRR) analysis of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID vaccines conducted by the Centers for Disease Control indicates literally hundreds of safety signals linked to the vaccines, including twice the proportion of adverse events and seven times that of death when compared with other vaccines. Notwithstanding, the same CDC continues to push…

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Power of prayer

The Power of Prayer

In challenging times, many Christians often quote the Old Testament verse found in 2 Chronicles 7:!4, where the Lord says “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin,…

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The Farm Chronicles: Bringing the outhouse in-house

Mom & Dad were proud of that old outhouse  

The Farm in Northeastern Ohio was handed down from generation to generation of Wilsons beginning around 1818. It took a rugged bunch to carve out a working farm in what was then the western part of this new nation. Cold and snow filled winters, low land, Indians, the lack of infrastructure were all elements of…

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Renewing the most important relationship

A digital illustration of a cross with US flag

Joe Biden and Congress handed Americans an insurmountable debt with the new $1.7 Trillion budget. National debt has now topped a record $31.4 Trillion–that’s about $94,133 for every United States citizen. Even more sobering the taxpayer share of this debt is $246,866. That’s not even counting the budget burden Congress and Biden have recently placed…

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Stupidocrisy: Centers for Disease Control and Wokeness

LGBT Inclusivity in Schools: A Self-Assessment Tool

The Centers for Disease Control Division of Adolescent and School Health is calling on all school administrators to take its LGBTQ inclusivity self-assessment tool to help them “quickly gauge inclusivity at your school.” The 32-page assessment says in its overview, “Schools play a critical role in supporting the health and academic development of all youth,…

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