The former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey (1991-2002) was a strong advocate for Queen Elizabeth II. “Her faith, strong on conviction, but also generous and hospitable, is an example to us all in a time of radicalism and extremism. She reflects the best and most noble values of what it is to be British,” he […]
As I attempt to follow the R-rated activities of the US presidential elections, I find myself asking, ‘How did they get to this?’ How can students charged with this campaign as a study subject, emerge confident or assured of their future? Will either candidate deliver anything other than their ego to the White House? The […]
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in the US presidential race share one thing, negativity ratings north of fifty percent. It is hard to understand how either became their party candidate. Personally, I follow US politics closely maybe because of the years I spent reporting news in Israel. America with its superpower status effects nations all […]
This time last year the United Nations approved The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It introduced ‘a new universal agenda’ for all mankind. (In other words, a scheduled approach to one world government). Among those who gave endorsement to the programme were US President Barak Obama and Pope Francis. The plan bypasses US Congress and […]
In an article for the Holocaust Educational Trust Justin Welby placed anti-Semitism ‘at the heart of racism.’ He pinpointed early church teaching as erroneous. “It is a shameful truth that, through its theological teachings, the Church, which should have offered an antidote, compounded the spread of this virus,” he wrote.
“Come on in. Make yourself comfortable but please be careful my TV and the computer are both listening and recording every word.” No I am not joking! The Berkman Centre for Internet and Society at Harvard released a report to warn consumers that many smart home devices have spying capabilities. Do you remember the movie […]