I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for this election season to end. The primary season was exhausting, and both major party candidates come across as the worst possible options ever. Rhetoric is out of control, especially on social media—I have friends and family who are otherwise reasonable yet come across as completely irrational when it […]Read more "From PJ Media: God Is in Control Today and He Will Still Be in Control After the Election"
For hardcore Disney fans like me, October 1 is a special day, one that we hold as high as the birthday of a relative or dear friend. It’s the day Walt Disney World opened, marking the culmination of Walt Disney’s greatest dream—one that he did not live to see. Even marginal followers of Disney history […]Read more "From PJ Media: Happy 45th Birthday to Walt Disney World!"
If I could pick one word to describe the 2016 election season, it would be anger. Throughout the campaign, from the primaries to the general election, it seems both sides have fed off of a sense of anger. All this anger has made this campaign season so tiring, but it didn’t have to be this […]Read more "From PJ Media: Christians Shouldn’t Vote Out of Anger"
Apparently, delinquent parking tickets are a big problem, because inventors keep coming up with ways to make absolutely certain that violators pay. It’s not enough these days to have a paper ticket underneath the windshield wiper of a violator’s car. First there was the boot, which rendered the offending vehicle immobile. And now, meet Barnacle, […]Read more "From PJ Media: Meet Barnacle: The Giant Parking Ticket You Can’t Ignore"
Let’s face it—we live in a world where social media dominates. Practically everybody in the world is recording history as it happens in one way or another through social networking services. We can’t seem to escape it. Another way social media is changing our world comes via the advent of wearable technology. And later this […]Read more "From PJ Media: Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Snapchat ‘Spectacles’ About to Hit the Market"
Lower fuel prices have made summer especially nice for drivers all over the country. But folks throughout the Southeast can say goodbye to low gas prices – at least for the time being. In fact, some folks in the Deep South are seeing flashbacks to the ’70s, thanks to a pipeline rupture in Shelby County, […]Read more "From PJ Media: Alabama Oil Pipeline Rupture Wreaks Havoc on Southeast"
This year, more than any other election cycle in recent memory, many Christians have struggled with which candidate to vote for. While we’ve heard of the Christian leaders who have thrown their support behind Donald Trump, others plan to hold their noses and vote for Hillary Clinton. Still more find themselves unsatisfied with either major […]Read more "From PJ Media: Prominent Evangelicals Weigh in on the Presidential Election"