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    We celebrate Christmas "because God gave us the gift of His son to show us the way toward salvation," says Lauren Green in the new book All American Christmas by Rachel Campos-Duffy and Sean Duffy.  It's an important point that often gets lost in all the hustle and bustle associated with this time of year. Fortunately, co-authors Rachel Campos-Duffy and Sean Duffy have devoted an entire section of their new book to the real reason we celebrate Christmas.  "All American Christmas" by Rachel Campos-Duffy, along with her husband, Fox News contributor Sean Duffy, is available now.  In a section of the book called "The Joy of Faith," the Duffys share their own strong faith beliefs and practices as they raise their nine children to know and understand the religious meaning of Christmas.  In addition, they've invited other Fox News personalities, contributors, and staff to share their beliefs, stories, and convictions about Christmas as well. Some of the Duffy children are shown honoring the true meaning of the Christmas season. This photo and many others appear in ‘All...
    How many Decembers have left you feeling like a dish rag that has been wrung out? It can be the most overwhelming month of the year. As exciting and festive as it is, frazzled can describe how many of us feel in December. But this December is going to be different. On Dirt Road Believer, we are approaching December from a new angle this year. In 2 Timothy 1:6 Paul reminded young Timothy to fan into flame the gifts that God had given him. Have you ever fanned a small ember that is the only thing remaining of what was once a raging fire? It will become a raging fire once again. One small ember has the potential to start wildfires that spread, well…like wildfires. The same is true when we begin to fan into flame the gifts that God has given us through action. “Be the Ember in December” is a way to focus you fanning into flame the gifts that perhaps have been dormant for a while. What...
    ROME — Pope Francis denounced the use of barbed wire to keep migrants out as a “form of hatred” Friday, insisting that the West is responsible for the “universal enslavement” of migrants. In some places, “barbed wire is set up to prevent the entrance of refugees, those who come in search of freedom, food, assistance, fraternity, joy, those fleeing from hatred but then find themselves facing a form of hatred called barbed wire,” the pope said during a meeting with migrants during his visit to the island nation of Cyprus. Looking at you, I think of “all those people who had to return because they were turned away and ended up in concentration camps, real concentration camps, where the women have been sold, and men tortured and enslaved,” he told them, while insisting that such horrors stem from the indifference of “the West.” “I see all those people who were kidnapped, sold, exploited… and who are still on the journey, we know not where,” the pontiff said. “We are speaking of slavery, of universal enslavement. We see what is happening,...
    TV host Charlamagne Tha God called out the liberal media Friday night for going "quiet" on former President Bill Clinton's ties to the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.  Earlier this week, Epstein's former pilot Lawrence Paul Visoski testified during Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial that among the high-profile names that have flown as guests on the deceased billionaire's private jet were Clinton, former President Donald Trump, Prince Andrew and actors Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker.  On Friday's installment of his Comedy Central show "Tha God's Honest Truth," Charlamagne took a moment of his "I Call Bulls---" segment to call out the lack of media coverage of Epstein's jet, "aka his child sex-slave dungeon in the sky," since the scandal involves a Democrat.    JEFFREY EPSTEIN'S PILOT REVEALS NAMES OF HOLLYWOOD STARS WHO FLEW ON HIS PLANE "Are liberal news media outlets reporting on this?" Charlamagne asked his audience. "I don't know. I've been out of the country. They're not, right?" "Are liberal news media outlets reporting on this? I don't know. I've been out of the country. They're not, right?" — Charlamagne...
    Wow. This guy. Seriously. I know that the potentially seismic Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Supreme Court case could vaporize Roe v. Wade and its precedents once and for all, so this is the anti-choice crowd’s Empire Strikes Back moment, but sheesh. Is this really the way to reach out to women who may be feeling just a bit marginalized as the 66% Catholic Club (aka SCOTUS) signals it will likely, at the very least, sand Roe down to a nub? All y’all with female partners: What do you think would happen if you called her an “earthen vessel,” even in jest? I have an inkling that said “vessel” would be shut down for repairs pretty much indefinitely. Personally, I prefer “Play-Doh Fetus Factory,” but what the eff do I know? Then again, I’m not nearly as savvy as North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn. Watch: xTruly one of the most disturbing things I’ve witnessed in a long time. A Congressman, in a bid to overturn Roe V Wade and deny American women reproductive rights. Publicly referred to them as “Earthen vessels,...
    Mario Tama/Getty Images The New York Times said Friday it was investigating an editor for its product review website over abusive voicemails and other messages directed at a gun rights group in Michigan. “We are currently reviewing this matter, which involves an employee of Wirecutter, our product recommendation site,” Danielle Rhoades Ha said in a statement, emphasizing the employee, Erin Marquis, “does not work in the The New York Times newsroom.” The matter arose after the National Association for Gun Rights posted audio on YouTube of voicemails directed at the Great Lakes Gun Rights group, one of its affiliates, after a November shooting in a suburban Detroit high school left four dead. In the messages, a woman repeatedly claimed an affiliation with The Times as she berated the group. “Hi, I’m a journalist with The New York Times,” she said in one message. “I’m just calling to wonder, I have two questions. How do you sleep at night? Aren’t you just, like, a little bit worried that there might be a hell, and when you meet God he might send you there? The...
    The group later shared a video that reportedly featured Marquis' angry comments. "Hi, I'm a journalist with the New York Times. I’m just calling to wonder," a voice was heard saying. "I have two questions. How do you sleep at night? And aren’t you just a bit worried that there might be a hell? And when you meet God, He will send you there? That’s just my only question. The third question, the only people politicizing this seems to be you, because you’re the only people I got a f***ing press release from." The voicemail continued, "Again, I am from the New York Times, and I’m letting everyone in the New York Times know what kind of f***ing a**holes you are. Congrats on being a laughingstock. You f***ing ghouls. I hope that there is a God in heaven, so He judges you when you die." A spokesperson for the New York Times told Fox News that the company expects all employees to "behave in a way that is consistent with our values and commitment to the highest ethical...
    The daughter of a woman who abandoned her family to join QAnon's JFK-obsessed cult became terrified that her mom might commit suicide - after finding 'delusional' journals filled with messages she thought were from JFK Jr. himself, and her desire to 'follow God.'  The woman, 56 - whose name has not been revealed - was one of hundreds of conspiracy theorists who traveled to Texas last month to gather at the spot where John F. Kennedy was killed in 1963 under the instruction of a man named Michael Brian Protzman, who predicted that the former President's son, JFK Jr., was going to be resurrected.  According to Protzman, the late JFK Jr. - who died in a plane crash in 1999 - was going to come back to life at 12:29pm, the same time that his father was killed, on November 2, and then announce plans to run for Vice President in 2024 alongside Donald Trump.  Speaking to Vice News, the woman's daughter revealed that her mom left home to join Protzman and his other supporters in Dallas, Texas, in early November after discovering...
    By Jake Coyle | Associated Press Paolo Sorrentino’s films can be overwrought, grotesque and uneven but they are rarely not alive. His latest, “The Hand of God,” is a catalog of wonders — of miracles both banal and eternal. The glittering night vista of the Naples harbor. The soft thump of a motorboat across the water. The naked body of a beautiful woman sunbathing. Sorrentino’s Oscar-winning masterpiece, “The Great Beauty,” too, was crowded with awe and sensation as it rambled around Rome. In “The Hand of God,” which Netflix opens in theaters Wednesday and begins streaming Dec. 15, the director has turned south to his hometown for an autobiographical film based on his 1980s childhood. Still, Sorrentino, a melancholy but ecstatic filmmaker with an eager, energetic camera, is in much the same mood here, finding divine splendor in the everyday and the profane. “The Hand of God,” winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival and Italy’s Oscar submission, is a more personal detour for the 51-year-old Sorrentino. Its exaggerated cast of characters pull from his own family....
    WEEKS before his death from Covid-19 complications, Christian broadcaster Marcus Lamb called on followers not to follow "the crowd" and interviewed public figures who have been publicly critical of vaccination. In a Tweet from November 8, Lamb implored his followers to "follow the calling, not the crowd," and just under a week later, he advised them to "Ask God, not Google!" to answer their questions. 2The network founder's wife, Joni, announced his death during a Daystar broadcast The network founder cross-posted to Instagram, and on both platforms was met with dozens of "amen" responses from followers. Lamb, 64, was the CEO of Daystar, which launched in 1997 and is popular with evangelical Christians.  "It’s with a heavy heart we announce that Marcus Lamb, president and founder of Daystar Television Network, went home to be with the Lord this morning," the network said in a tweet. "The family asks that their privacy be respected as they grieve this difficult loss. Please continue to lift them up in prayer." The televangelist was known for "speaking in tongues," a skill he openly spoke...
    Image source: WBBM-TV video screenshot 'Thank God I had my gun, or I’d probably be dead right now' She also was thankful she had a gun for protection. “Thank God I had my gun, or I’d probably be dead right now,” the woman told the station. She also told WBBM she hopes that lawbreakers consider that their victims might be ready for them with lethal force. “I pray every night that I don’t have to shoot nobody, but if I have to, then I’m prepared and ready,” the woman told the station. “So God, I was ready.” Anything else? It was unclear late Monday if any of the woman’s shots hit the would-be carjacker, WBBM said, adding that Chicago police were reviewing surveillance video and checking area hospitals to see if any patients were hit by gunfire.
    Shmuley Boteach, rabbi and author of Kosher Hate: How To Fight Jew-Hatred, Racism, and Bigotry, described the continuity of Jewish people as proof of the divine hand in an interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Sunday with host Joel Pollak. Pollak remarked, “There’s something about the mystery of Jewish survival in this Hanukkah holiday. What can we learn about that? How is it that Jews were celebrating this miraculous survival thousands of years ago — and we’re still celebrating it today — when many other civilizations [and] empires have come and gone, and there’s almost no trace of them except what we find in archaeological records or what was preserved by other civilizations?” Boteach replied, “The survival [and] continuity of the Jewish people against all odds, for many people, is proof positive that there is a God. The longevity of the Jewish people is itself a testament to God because we are the most persecuted of all nations.” Boteach linked Adolf Hitler’s genocidal pursuit against Jews to Roman emperors Hadrian, Titus, and Vespasian. “We’re still here, and Rome is a footnote in...
    Two of the 13 siblings rescued from a California 'House of Horrors' three years ago have told of how their parents used the Bible to justify the abuse they meted out. Jennifer, 33 and Jordan Turpin, 21, speaking with Diane Sawyer, explained in detail the extremes parents David and Louise would keep the children captive and in line, and even quoted the Book of Deuteronomy to claim they would be justified in choosing to murder their offspring.  The kids were threatened with belts and sticks and even told that if they didn't behave, the parents would chain them to their beds and pull their hair.   'To be honest, not even all of us know every single thing each one of us went though,' Jordan told Sawyer. They also said that the parents 'literally' used the Bible to justify how they treated the siblings.   Jennifer and Jordan Turpin (second from left) spoke to Diane Sawyer about their rescue. The full interview is set to air on Friday Jennifer (left) and Jordan (right) Turpin spoke out for the first time about their horror...
    (CNN)Like millions of other Americans, I am bewildered and frustrated by the inequities and abuses of freedom that have defined our current moment. Our collective brokenness, exemplified by the acquittal (and by some, celebration) of Kyle Rittenhouse and the racism on display in the trial of the men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery, casts a darkness that at times has nearly overwhelmed me. Lately, when that happens, I look to my Hanukkah menorah standing on my bookshelf, awaiting its role in the upcoming holiday. Joshua DavidsonThe Jewish mystics say that the world was created in a state not unlike the one we live in today: broken. The legend can be one of meaning for us all, Jews and non-Jews alike. The 16th-century rabbi, Isaac Luria, taught that God formed the universe by contracting the ubiquitous light of the Divine presence to make room for the physical world. But God's brightness was so overpowering, that the vessels into which it was gathered shattered in a blaze of Divine sparks. The shards of the vessels and the sparks embedded themselves in...
    The Biden family offered their services to a huge, Chinese-government-linked energy consortium to expand its business around the world. How do we know? Because of hundreds of emails documenting the deal found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, left in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019. In her new book, "Laptop from Hell," New York Post columnist Miranda Devine tells the tale: James Gilliar, a wiry, 56-year-old British ex-SAS officer, got to know Ye Jianming, the 40-year-old chairman of CEFC, when they were both working in the Czech Republic. CEFC was a Chinese conglomerate, one of the largest energy companies in the world. Ye’s task at was to spend $1.5 billion as quickly as possible to ensure the Czech Republic would become China’s "Gateway to the European Union," a priority of President Xi. Gilliar connected with Hunter Biden through trusted Biden family friend Rob Walker, a former Clinton administration official whose wife, Betsy Massey Walker, had been Jill Biden’s assistant when she was second lady. Gilliar emailed Walker in February 2015 to praise Hunter’s appearance in Beijing at a board meeting...
    A shrimpy little teenager shows to the battlelines of the Philistine and the Israelite armies and immediately wants to take on Goliath. When King Saul heard of this teenager names David, he called him aside. “You can’t go fight this Philistine, you are just a youth and he has been a warrior since he was young”, King Saul overlooks the size difference. Goliath is nine feet, nine inches tall and his armor alone weighs 125 pounds. David replies to Saul, “Your servant has been tending his father’s sheep, whenever a lion or a bear came and carried off a lamb from the flock, I went after it, struck it down and rescued the lamb from its mouth. If it reared up against me, I would grab it by its fur, strike it down and kill it.” That was all the credentials King Saul needed to hear to tell his soldier to suit him up for battle. Only the armor was too big and too heavy for David, so he takes...
              moreby Andrew Oleksiw   Do you ever wonder why Democratic politicians frequently resort to name calling when challenging Republicans? Why do the so-called mainstream media always seem to have the same anti-Republican talking points? Why are Republican judges consistently portrayed as evil? Why do progressive commentators and democratic policy makers always seem to “talk down” to their conservative opponents? Alternatively, does it seem odd that most Republican politicians and conservative speakers often try to portray their arguments as policy disagreements and their opponents as “good people” with “differing views”? Republicans and most mainstream conservative pundits generally answer policy questions directly. They try to show respect and yield to opposing points when they make sense. Republicans in general just want to argue for practical solutions to problems. The reason for this is simple: the Democratic Party over time has embraced an all-encompassing ideology that governs the way their politics and quest for power are shaped. All Democratic politicians and their pundits embrace at least some key aspects of this ideology. This fact is not readily apparent to everyone because Americans are...
    Kanye West posted a five-minute-long "Thanksgiving Prayer" to social media in which he opened up about his desire to reunite with Kim Kardashian and how his 2020 presidential campaign put a strain on their marriage. The 44-year-old rapper, who recently changed his name to "Ye," shared the video of his prayer to Instagram. In it, he discusses the importance of taking accountability for his actions and declared that he thinks daily about "how I get my family back together and how I heal the pain that I've caused." "I take accountability for my actions. New word alert: misactions. The one thing that all my successes and failures have in common is me," West begins. The Yeezy founder opens up about drinking alcohol, saying: "I would drink to take the stress away and knock the edge off. Drinking affected my health and the health of people around me because I already had a hair trigger temper and this just heightened it." KANYE WEST SAYS GOD WILL BRING KIM KARDASHIAN BACK TO HIM AMID DIVORCE Kanye West says he thinks daily...
    Kanye West claimed God will bring him and estranged wife Kim Kardashian back together despite their pending divorce. The 44-year-old rapper shared a black and white photo of him kissing Kardashian to his Instagram story Friday along with a TMZ story. "Kanye West Says God Will Bring Kim and Him Back Together, Inspire Millions," the headline stated. Kanye West said God would bring him and estranged wife Kim Kardashian back together and inspire millions of families during a visit to Skid Row on Thanksgiving. (Pierre Suu/Getty Images) West tagged Kardashian in the post. West's social media declaration comes after he revealed God would reunite him and Kardashian during a visit to Skid Row on Thanksgiving. KANYE WEST SAYS KIM KARDASHIAN IS ‘STILL MY WIFE’ AMID PETE DAVIDSON DATING RUMORS "The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed in all these relationships," West said via Yahoo!. "We've made mistakes. I've made mistakes. I've publicly done things that were not acceptable as a husband, but right now today, for whatever reason — I didn't know I was...
    College football fans have found a new great love in booming San Diego State punter Matt Araiza, also known as the “Punt God.” In college football, usually, it’s quarterbacks and wide receivers or running backs and pass rushers who capture the imagination. Who could have guessed the biggest celebrity in the sport could be a punter? San Diego State punter Matt Araiza has created a loyal following with his ridiculously strong leg. He’s hit more 60-yard punts this year than anyone ever. He’s boomed multiple 80-yarders. Grateful for #OurGuy @matt_araiza, who just extended his FBS record with his 18th punt this season of 60 yards or more. — San Diego State Football (@AztecFB) November 26, 2021 In the words of Rick Neuheisel, “punting is winning” when it comes to watching Araiza. He’s reason No. 1 to tune into San Deigo State football this season. College football fans love Matt Araiza, the “Punt God”Loving the Punt God isn’t a hobby. It’s a lifestyle. AHHHHHHH PUNT GOD STARTS THE DAY WITH A BOMB!!!!!!!!!!IT WENT 77 YARDS IN THE AIR AND BOUNCED...
    More On: kanye west Kanye West rants he ‘needs to be back home’ during visit to Skid Row Kanye West and Drake announce benefit concert to free Larry Hoover Kanye West and Drake bury beef at Dave Chappelle show Kanye West’s new girlfriend, Vinetria, once called Travis Scott ‘annoying’ Kanye West isn’t giving up on pursuing his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, anytime soon. The rapper, 44, shamelessly posted an old black-and-white photo of him kissing Kardashian, 41, on his Instagram Story on Friday morning. West also included a screenshot of a TMZ story with the headline, “Kanye West Says God Will Bring Kim and Him Back Together, Inspire Millions.” He tagged both Kardashian and the website. The billionaire’s latest proclamation of love came after his Thanksgiving Eve visit to Skid Row, where he ranted about how God wants him and Kardashian to get back together despite her filing for divorce in February after seven years of marriage and four children: North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2. “The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed...
    Kanye West is doing whatever it takes to be back in good graces with his family. The 44-year-old rapper reminisced on happier days with his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, in a kissing snap shared to Instagram on Friday morning.  Despite the fact that Kim has moved on to date comedian Pete Davidson and Kanye was reportedly romancing supermodel Vinetria after breaking things off with Irina Shayk, the Heartless hitmaker claimed he publicly did 'things that were not acceptable as a husband' and 'God brings Kimye together' in a bid to win back his wife.  Love locked down? The 44-year-old rapper reminisced on happier days with his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, in a kissing snap shared to Instagram on Friday morning Kanye was on hand to give back at the Los Angeles Mission's annual event for the unhoused in Skid Row on Wednesday evening where he revealed a few thoughts on life lately.  'The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed in all these relationships,' he said. We've made mistakes. I've made mistakes. I've publicly done things that...
    Written By Dr. James Spinnati As I look at America today, I see a secularization of Thanksgiving and exclusion of God from this holiday. And my friends it isn’t for the betterment of our society either. For many it is all about turkey, football, and stuffing ourselves instead of stuffing the turkey so we can prepare for the rush and the fight for “bargains” on Black Friday. Food, Football, and Fun have become the staples of this once beloved holiday. In times past it was all about God, family, and expressing our thankfulness for our faith and family. We once had a desire to honor our Heavenly Father and all the blessings He bestows upon us. Instead, today it seems that the holiday is all about us! America is in a rush for Black Friday. People are more interested in Halloween than they are about November 25th. In fact, for many it is a blimp on the calendar; it is sandwiched somewhere between Halloween and Christmas and has become irrelevant in the minds of millions of Americans except for the...
    KANYE West shared a photo of him kissing ex Kim Kardashian. The rapper's new post comes as her romance with Pete Davidson heats up. 1Kanye shared a photo of him and Kim kissing on his Instagram Story The 44-year-old rapper took to his Instagram Story on Friday to share a screenshot of a TMZ article with the headline: "Kanye West Says God Will Bring Him and Kim Back Together, Inspire Millions." Kanye seemed to endorse the article by tagging Kim in the post. In addition to the headline, the post also included a black and white photo of the former couple kissing. Kim, 41, filed for divorce from Kanye in February following months of speculation that they had called it quits. The former couple share four kids together: North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2. KANYE'S CLAIMS Kanye recently went on a rant about how he and Kim will end up together while stopping by the Los Angeles Mission to drop off 1,000 meals for skid row. Most read in Entertainment'SHE'S WASTED!' Teen Mom Maci ripped for trying to SLEEP during...
    Her Christian faith was unshaken, and she obeyed Jesus' commands to love God and to love others as herself. She volunteered with Restoration Ministries in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, distributing food to those in need. Jessica was sweet, and she was kind and helpful. Everyone who met her loved her. Many tears were shed for her from relatives and friends at the funeral. She is remembered well by all who knew her. This year, the Thanksgiving celebration in my family is tinged by sadness, because we loved Jessica and we miss her greatly. But we are nevertheless grateful to God for the life that she lived, for the joy she brought us, for the service she gave to others out of love for them. We are glad that we can gather together to remember Jessica and give thanks to God for the blessing that she was to each of us, and to many more. We are also thankful for the doctors and health care workers, who valiantly fought to save her life and the lives of many others. And for...
    Kanye 'Ye' West said on Wednesday that God will reunite him and estranged wife Kim Kardashian. West, 44, spoke out about his marriage as he appeared at the Los Angeles Mission to deliver 1,000 meals to Skid Row ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. 'The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed in all these relationships,' the Grammy-winner said, according to Page Six. 'We’ve made mistakes. I’ve made mistakes.' The latest: Kanye 'Ye' West, 44, said on Wednesday in LA that God will reunite him and estranged wife Kim Kardashian, 41, as he appeared at the Los Angeles Mission to deliver 1,000 meals to Skid Row ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday He continued: 'I’ve publicly done things that were not acceptable as a husband, but right now today, for whatever reason - I didn’t know I was going to be in front of this mic - but I’m here to change the narrative.' West spoke out on the status of the relationship as Kardashian's new romance with Pete Davidson continues to make headlines. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    Montani Wallace and many descendants of the Moses Cemetery are hoping for a memorial in the future. (Courtesy BACC) This Thanksgiving, a Maryland woman said she is thankful for a developer’s decision to hopefully open the door to a place to visit with her ancestors. Montani Wallace’s deceased husband Henry had family buried at the Moses Cemetery in Montgomery County. His great aunt Rosa Mason, who, Wallace said, was raised on Seven Locks Road, where she lived a small home in a community that had some 100 homes, one church and one school. “Our family on that side was Christian people. They were slaves. They worked in the field, they died in the field, and they were buried in the same place, in the same neighborhood they worked and played and died in,” Wallace said.   Wallace thinks of a cemetery as a place where you can remember who you are, and where you came from. More Montgomery County News More Maryland News “It’s a connection. It’s a connection to your ancestors. It’s a connection to your family,“...
    KANYE West admitted he "wasn't a good husband and God will bring Kim Kardashian back to him." The 44-year-old rapper made the comment as his ex-wife moves on with Pete Davidson. 1Kanye admitted he 'wasn't a good husband'Credit: Getty On Wednesday, Kanye stopped by the L.A. Mission to drop off 1,000 meals for skid row. Before the rapper's visit was over, he grabbed the microphone and shared a message about faith with the audience. He said: "The narrative that God wants is for you to see that everything can be redeemed and all these relationships we've made mistakes. I've made mistakes." Most read in Celebrity'SHOCKING LOSS' Mean Girls star Lacey Chabert's sister Wendy is dead at 46OH KHLO Khloe Kardashian gets 'SUED' for sharing pics of Bella Hadid wearing Good AmericanExclusiveFAMILY FEUD Serena's half-sister blasts 'King Richard' film - and won't go to dad's funeralKHLO NO Khloe slammed as 'desperate' for offering fans $35K cash in 'sketchy' giveawayKOURT OUT Kourtney's nine-year-old daughter Penelope's secret TikTok gets 'BANNED'MEET THE SHUMPERTS Get to know Teyana Taylor's husband, NBA player Iman Shumpert More...
    Ahmaud Arbery’s parents delivered some brief, emotional comments Wednesday after their son’s killers were found guilty. Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan were all found guilty on multiple counts of murder. The McMichaels chased down Arbery when they spotted him jogging in Georgia in February 2020 before Travis McMichael fatally shot him. “It’s been a long fight,” Wanda Cooper-Jones said, as she thanked everyone who demanded justice for her son’s murder. “It’s been a hard fight, but God is good.” “I never say this day back in 2020,” she said. “I never thought this day would come. But God is good.” “Thank you for those who marched, those who prayed,” Cooper-Jones continued. She concluded by saying her son “will now rest in peace.” Minutes later, Marcus Arbery similarly thanked everyone who supported their fight and said, “I want to give all glory to God, because that’s who made all this possible.” “God put us all together to make this happen!” He told the crowd of supporters that “we conquered that lynch mob” and said, “Let’s keep fighting. Let’s keep...
    (CNN)Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder may be one of Hollywood's longest standing "marriages."Reeves has once again addressed talk that he and Ryder are actually married, thanks to actual priests officiating the wedding scene performed in Romania for the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola directed drama "Bram Stoker's Dracula.""We did a whole take of a marriage ceremony with real priests," Reeves said in an Esquire video. "Winona says we are [married]. Coppola says we are. So I guess we're married... under the eyes of God."Back in 2018, the two actors talked to Entertainment Weekly while promoting their rom-com "Destination Wedding," and Ryder said she believed that the pair had wed."In that scene, Francis [Ford Coppola] used a real Romanian priest," she said. "We shot the master and he did the whole thing. So I think we're married."Read MoreRyder had to remind Reeves that they had done the entire ceremony, including saying "I do.""Don't you remember that?," Ryder asked Reeves. "It was on Valentine's Day." "Oh my gosh, we're married," Reeves replied.
    The eternal question of our time: Are the media evil or stupid? The case of Kyle Rittenhouse is the latest example to expose the dishonesty and/or stupidity of the media in America today. Every step of that tragedy was encouraged, poisoned, hyped, or distorted by the media. “Who cares what the media do or says?” you might ask. Well, in a system of self-governance, success or failure depends entirely upon an informed electorate. That is why one of Thomas Jefferson’s very proudest achievements was the establishment of a university. The single most important manner of informing the electorate for self-governance — even more important than good universities — is an honest and accurate media. This is why the news media was called “the fourth estate” since the founding of America. The riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, began as a figment of the media’s sick imagination. The unrest was sparked by the police “killing” of an innocent, “unarmed” Black man. The looting and mayhem was justifiable vengeance, according to the media. Democrat politicians — forever at the beck and call of crazy loons in the...
    Kyle Rittenhouse said in a new interview that Lin Wood was fired as his lawyer because of his “insane” political conspiracy-mongering. Wood, you may recall, was one of the craziest fringe voices pushing lies and conspiracy theories about the 2020 election. At one point Donald Trump retweeted Wood saying top Georgia Republican officials will be going to jail soon. Trumpworld started turning on Wood for saying increasingly deranged things. He was fired as Nicholas Sandmann’s lawyer weeks after his proclamation that Mike Pence should face execution by firing squad. Rittenhouse said on Fox News Monday that both Wood and former attorney John Pierce used him to raise money. He reiterated that point to NewsNation’s Ashleigh Banfield Tuesday and said, “That’s part of the reason why I fired them.” Rittenhouse said they wanted to use a false militia argument to defend him and “didn’t respect my wishes.” Banfield asked when he knew they had raised enough money for his bail but “still weren’t posting it.” Rittenhouse said that happened shortly before his mom fired Wood last December. “Did she fire him...
    North Carolina's far-right Christian nationalist Lt. Governor, Republican Mark Robinson, set his sights on LGBTQ people once again, attacking same-sex relationships as inferior to heterosexual ones while proudly declaring even cow manure is superior because it serves a "purpose." "I can't stand to turn that TV on and I don't want my grandkids watching that television because I don't want to have to explain to my grandkids why two men are kissing," said Robinson, speaking in a church, according to Right Wing Watch (video below). "And I don't care what anybody thinks about that. Get mad at me if you want to you. Ain't no child got no business seeing no two men kiss. If they did, God would have made it that way! He didn't!" "Everything that God made serves a purpose," Robinson continued, as his attacks on LGBTQ people were applauded. "I don't care how ugly it is. Let's get a little ugly," he said proudly. "I want you to think about what the cows leave behind. It don't get no uglier than that," he said, explaining that...
    Jennifer Lawrence recalled her near-death experience when she was flying from her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky to New York City by private jet in Summer 2017.  The star, 31, who is expecting her first child with husband of two years art gallery director Cooke Maroney, spoke to Vanity Fair about the experience which saw her praying 'that she would not lose her hair' and that her dog would survive. While conceding: 'I know, flying private, I deserve to die', she remembered how the air pressure in the cabin dropped and she discovered one of the plane's two engines had failed during the flight with her two brothers.  Pained: Jennifer Lawrence recalled her near-death experience when she was flying from her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky to New York City by private jet in Summer 2017 Jennifer insisted she knew she would then die, saying: 'My skeleton was all that was left in the seat. We were all just going to die. I started leaving little mental voicemails to my family, you know, "I've had a great life, I'm sorry".' When asked why she apologised, she...
    Kyle Rittenhouse discussed his future in an exclusive first interview since his acquittal on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Monday.  Rittenhouse told Tucker he is a student at Arizona State University and has his sights on nursing; another career he is considering is law.  "I want to be a nurse, so I've been doing the prerequisites for that," he said. "I don't know for sure yet … I may change it. I've been looking into the law. I may want to become a lawyer. I haven't completely decided yet, but I've been looking." Kyle Rittenhouse reacts to the verdict during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., November 19, 2021. ( Sean Krajacic/Pool via REUTERS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) Rittenhouse says he hopes his life will return back to normal, and that he plans to keep a low profile. JESSE WATTERS ON TRIAL OF KYLE RITTENHOUSE: THE LEFT IS CONDITIONING THE COUNTRY TO BOW TO THE MOB "I was an innocent 17-year-old who was violently attacked and defended myself," he said. "I feel my life has been...
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    Jennifer Lawrence said she'll never really get over having her privacy breached when nude photos of hers were leaked on the Internet in 2014. The 31-year-old Oscar winner told Vanity Fair she cringes thinking about how "anybody can go look at my naked body without my consent, any time of the day." "Somebody in France just published them. My trauma will exist forever," Lawrence admitted. Other high-profile women including Rihanna, Selena Gomez, and Kim Kardashian also had photos leaked when their iCloud accounts were hacked.  Lawrence previously compared the hack to being "gang-banged by the f***ing planet." The "Hunger Games" star told The Hollywood Reporter on a podcast, "There’s not one person in the world that is not capable of seeing these intimate photos of me." JENNIFER LAWRENCE'S BABY BUMP IS ON FULL DISPLAY DURING LUNCH OUTING WITH HUSBAND COOKE MARONEY: PHOTOS Jennifer Lawrence recalled the "trauma" of her iCloud being hacked in 2014 and having nude photos leaked.  (Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP, File) "You can just be at a barbecue and somebody can just pull them up on their...
    A woman has created a dating app solely for people who aren’t having sex, after she said God 'called to her' and asked her to make it. Shakia Seabrook, 33, from Tampa, Florida, started 'The Sexless Tribe' last year as a hub for people who are sexually abstinent - a community she thought was being underrepresented.   The entrepreneur, who made the decision to be abstinent when she was 13 years old, explained that it's more than just a dating app - but that it's also a place where abstinent people can 'come together and connect.'  Per its website, The Sexless Tribe App 'makes it easy for sexually abstinent people to access abstinence resources, find accountability partners, form friendships, and make romantic connections.'  Shakia, who said it was her 'calling' to make the app, uses the platform to give its 8,000 subscribers 'encouraging messages' and 'late-night check-ins,' and to remind them that if 'they're having a little itch, they can go to the app and listen to a song or a video or a podcast.' 'This lifestyle isn't talked about enough....
    Pop stars Kanye West and Drake will put their long-standing rivalry to rest for one night at least by teaming up for a  concert for jailed Chicago gang leader Larry Hoover. Kanye West announced the “Free Larry Hoover” concert event in an Instagram post, calling the December 9 event at the Los Angeles Coliseum “God’s Plan.” The rap star mogul previously attempted to persuade then-President Donald Trump to grant clemency to Hoover, who is serving six life sentences for murder, extortion, and other gang-related charges. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ye (@kanyewest) The concert announcement comes after West pleaded with Drake in a video message earlier this month to bury the hatchet and work together on Hoover’s behalf. “I’m making this video to address the ongoing back and forth between myself and Drake,” West said. “Both me and Drake have taken shots at each other and it’s time to put it to rest. I’m asking Drake, on December 7, to join me on stage as a special guest to share the two biggest albums of...
    "Fox & Friends" co-host Ainsley Earhardt sat down with Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on a new episode of Fox Nation’s "Ainsley’s Bible Study." McEnany shared how her faith guided her through her personal and political career, ultimately leading her to the White House.  McEnany was appointed Former President Donald Trump's press secretary in April 2020 at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now a co-host on Fox News' ‘Outnumbered,’ the former political official opened up about the emotions she felt before taking the podium for the first time. "On a spiritual level, I was a mess," she said. "All of a sudden when I took the podium, all those tears, all the fear, it had melted away and I had this total and complete serenity that I know was only made possible because of Christ and because of Christians across the country praying for me and the entire administration."  McEnany told Earhardt that she initiated a new tradition with her team before press briefings to pray that helped overcome the "good and evil battling each other."  CLICK...
    Today I drove by someone’s home yelling out the window and waving like a crazy person. It wasn’t road rage; it was a welcome home. I was in a long line of cars that were welcoming home a neighbor who had been in the hospital for 83 days with Covid. Michael Nicholson is a young man still in his thirties that, like many, suddenly found himself on a vent with little hope of recovering. It was while he was in the hospital that his wife turned to God, not just in prayer over her husband, but for salvation. As a new believer, she went to work in heavenly realms like she had done it her whole life. She called believers to action to pray for her husband’s specific needs, she gave God the glory in her faithful posts when she updated everyone about Michael and each time she visited with him, she prayed with him. “You will be coming home to a different family,” his wife Brittney would tell him....
    Thanks to Netflix’s Squid Game and Apple TV+’s Dr. Brain, South Korea has lately become a wellspring of binge-worthy streaming entertainment, and that trend continues with Hellbound, a new Netflix series from Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho that, like his modern zombie classic, focuses on the social unrest that arises in the wake of inexplicable supernatural phenomena. In this instance, that would be the sudden appearance of angels who prophesize people’s impending deaths and eternal damnation, and a trio of demonic goliaths that carry out those executions for all to see. Unsurprisingly, this rocks the citizens of Seoul, what with it seemingly proving the existence of God—as well as confirming that there’s a Hell to which some unfortunate souls inevitable go. Based on Yeon’s webtoon of the same name, Hellbound (Nov. 19) doesn’t beat around the bush, opening with a café patron patiently awaiting the moment of his doom. When the clock strikes the forecasted hour, seismic tremors shake the Earth, followed by the arrival of three dark, smoky titans intent on murder. As envisioned by Yeon, these creatures...
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    (CNN)Young Dolph, the rapper behind albums like "Rich Slave," died in fatal shooting in Memphis on Wednesday, according multiple local media reports. He was 36."All of us at APA are shocked and deeply saddened by the sudden and tragic loss of our dear friend and client, Young Dolph," a representative of the management company said in a statement to Variety. "The world has lost an icon, a great man and beloved artist who has been taken too soon. His dedication, drive, hard work and loyalty to all those around him always came first and he will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this most difficult time. "CNN has reached out to APA representatives for comment.Young Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Robert Thornton, Jr., was reportedly buying cookies at a bakery in Memphis, Tenn. when someone drove up and shot him. According to the Memphis Police Department, "no suspect is available at this time."Read MoreA native of Chicago who grew up in Memphis, Young Dolph released his debut album, "King of Memphis" in...
              more   A private Christian school in West Tennessee has triggered LGBTQ activists as well as Shelby County Commissioner Tami Sawyer into an angry frenzy. Officials at Briarcrest Christian School, in Eads, held a training session for parents and students about how to respond Biblically to gender theory. A flyer for the event, which school officials held November 9, asked participants to “look into the craziness our culture is throwing at our kids.” “When Superman is rewritten to be a homosexual, when parents allow children to choose their genders, and some schools are embracing students for being courageous and ‘coming out’ and considering transitioning…how do you respond Biblically?” Sawyer, upon seeing the flyer, tweeted about the event and expressed strong disapproval. “There has to be a reckoning with these institutions on the oppression they uphold and the gates they keep. @BriarcrestHs once educated their students that segregation was God’s will and is now spreading this hateful drivel against LGBTQ children. Just be better,” Sawyer wrote. There has to be a reckoning with these institutions on the oppression they uphold and...
    Who is America's god? The Christian god of the beatitudes, the one who healed the sick, helped the poor, and preached love of neighbor? Not in these (dis)United States. In the Pledge of Allegiance, we speak proudly of One Nation under God, but in the aggregate, this country doesn't serve or worship Jesus Christ, or Allah, or any other god of justice and mercy. In truth, the deity America believes in is the five-sided one headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. In God We Trust is on all our coins. But, again, which god? The one of "turn the other cheek"? The one who found his disciples among society's outcasts? The one who wanted nothing to do with moneychangers or swords? As Joe Biden might say, give me a break. America's true god is a deity of wrath, whose keenest followers profit mightily from war and see such gains as virtuous, while its most militant disciples, a crew of losing generals and failed Washington officials, routinely employ murderous violence across the globe. It contains multitudes, its name is legion, but if this...
    A kayaker screamed with joy as a large whale breached the surface of the ocean off the coast of Maui, Hawaii.  Brittany Ziegler, 31, moved from California to Maui, where she films the whales when they visit the Pacific island for six months over the winter.  Footage shows her shrieking with excitement as a huge humpback breaches repeatedly, getting closer to her kayak each time, leading her to exclaim: 'Oh my God, it's right under us.'  She said every time she sees a whale she screams - despite seeing them on a daily basis over the winter.   
    Former PGA Tour reporter Teryn Gregson, who is roughly three months pregnant, claims that the Tour fired her after denying her request for a religious exemption for the mandatory coronavirus vaccine. Gregson says that she was fired last Friday, and she charges the Tour with violating her freedom of religion. “On Friday, I was fired by the PGA Tour. I was in need of religious exemptions from their vaccine protocols of masking and testing,” Gregson explained in a Facebook video. “They would not accommodate me in such a way that I did not have to violate my religious beliefs. The PGA Tour notified employees that starting on November 1, those returning to the offices after working from home for the last 20 months will be required to be fully vaccinated. And those allowed an exemption must wear masks at all times. Gregson is an open and active Christian and even has a religious-grounded blog that she frequently updates that focuses on her religious ideas coupled with her life in golf and broadcasting. The former Tour employee also often uses...
    A Texas megachurch was filled with chants of "Let's go Brandon" as the San Antonio place of worship was home to the ReAwaken America conference. The event at the Rev. John Hagee's Cornerstone Church hosted speakers such as former national security adviser Michael Flynn , who worked in the Trump administration. "If we are going to have one nation under God, which we must, we have to have one religion," Flynn said, according to a report . "One nation under God and one religion under God, right? All of us, working together." 'LET'S GO BRANDON' CRYPTOCURRENCY SEES MASSIVE BOOM Attendees of the event chanted "Let's go Brandon" and clapped, according to footage of the event. "One more time — here we go," a man with a microphone told the crowd. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER "Let's go Brandon" refers to a slogan stemming from a NASCAR race in which a journalist misreported the chant "F*** Joe Biden " as praise toward winning driver Brandon Brown. News...