Hunger Is Still a Pandemic Priority

The latest lockdown quickly dashed our new year hopes. In Boris Johnson’s address last week, the Prime Minister warned that the coming weeks would be the “hardest yet”. Cases are surging and patient numbers rising as a “new more infectious variant” of the virus spreads across the UK. And whilst there is light at theContinue reading “Hunger Is Still a Pandemic Priority”

Being a Student in a Pandemic

There are very few things in the world which have remained unaffected by the Covid-19 pandemic, whether directly or indirectly. Studying is one of them. Now, the immediate picture that may spring to your mind when you think about studying is someone sat on their own at a desk, surrounded by piles of books, beaveringContinue reading “Being a Student in a Pandemic”

Christians, Voting Has Changed

The voting patterns of religious groups in the U.S. have been scrutinized since the presidential election for evidence of shifting allegiances among the faithful. Many have wondered if a boost in Catholic support was behind Biden’s win or if a dip in support among evangelicals helped doom Trump. But much less attention has been paidContinue reading “Christians, Voting Has Changed”

Here’s a Look at the Second Stimulus Package

What just happened? On Monday, Congress released the details of the COVID-related Tax Relief Act of 2020. The Act expands and extends many parts of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that passed last March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. How does this legislation affect individuals? As with the last stimulusContinue reading “Here’s a Look at the Second Stimulus Package”

Abortionists Are Using Pandemic to Pressure Africa to Submit

The coronavirus pandemic has been weaponized by wealthy Western countries to push abortion on struggling African nations, according to pro-life advocate and filmmaker, Obianuju Ekeocha. As a result of the pandemic, “donor nations” from the West are tying Covid-19 relief packages to support for abortion and other kinds of sexual radicalism, the Nigerian-born UK-based authorContinue reading “Abortionists Are Using Pandemic to Pressure Africa to Submit”

An Expose You Should Be Glad You Don’t Know About

The pornography website Pornhub announced that it’s enacting new standards after an exposé revealed the company has been profiting off videos of rape and child sex trafficking victims. In response to a New York Times report published last week exposing its child victims, Pornhub announced the “huge changes,” which include: Allowing only verified users toContinue reading “An Expose You Should Be Glad You Don’t Know About”

Suicide Is Killing More People in Japan that COVID 19

While other countries battle rising COVID-19 cases, Japan is seeing a different kind of spike – suicides. More people in Japan have died by suicide in 2020 than from COVID-19. In fact, their suicide numbers in October alone outnumbered the nation’s total COVID-19 deaths in the first 11 months of the year. One of theContinue reading “Suicide Is Killing More People in Japan that COVID 19”

The Rise of Internet Censorship

It is true that Google is not imprisoning dissenters in a vast network of prison camps, similar to what Alexander Solzhenitsyn described in The Gulag Archipelago. But there is a good reason that retired NYU professor Michael Rectenwald titled his 2019 book Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom. The reach andContinue reading “The Rise of Internet Censorship”