Thursday, January 18, 2018

3 reasons for optimism at the March for Life; Massive Child Molestation Cover-Up In USA Gymnastics...more

3 reasons for optimism at the March for Life
Tomorrow will be the 44th annual March for Life, where hundreds of thousands of people will gather on the National Mall, then march on the Supreme Court to protest the 1973 Supreme Court decision making abortion a constitutional right.

More so than at previous marches, this year the protesters have reasons for optimism. Here are three reasons why...

7 Things I Love about Liturgical Protestant Worship
Sometimes the idea of “formal worship” scares people. I hope to make that less scary. The Protestant traditions include Anglicanism, Lutheranism, the Reformed, and Presbyterianism. Although these traditions have important differences, they reflect important similarities in the way they worship. I could feel more or less at home in any of these traditions. A liturgy is an order of worship in which God gives grace in the gospel and we respond in faith, hope, and love.

100 Victims Testify In Court Over Massive Child Molestation Cover-Up In USA Gymnastics Nearly 100 women will read victim impact statements this week, sharing their accounts of the horrific sexual assault they endured when they were young girls, at the hands of Larry Nassar—and in doing so, they are also revealing that USA Gymnastics enabled the predator...

VIDEO: James O'Keefe EXPOSES Twitter Bans Users Under Pressure From Chinese Government   ...On January 1st, Conrado Miranda, a former senior software engineer at Twitter admitted to Project Veritas that the social media giant routinely bars users at the behest of the Chinese government...

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested   A former C.I.A. officer suspected by investigators of helping China dismantle United States spying operations and identify informants has been arrested, the Justice Department said on Tuesday. The collapse of the spy network was one of the American government’s worst intelligence failures in recent years.

The arrest of the former officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, capped an intense F.B.I. inquiry that began around 2012, two years after the C.I.A. began losing its informants in China. Investigators confronted an enduring mystery: How did the names of so many C.I.A. sources, among the agency’s most dearly held secrets, end up in Chinese hands?...


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