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Actor: Slighting Christianity Is the Sign of an Ill-Read Mind

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Actor: Slighting Christianity Is the Sign of an Ill-Read Mind

John Rhys-Davies is a veteran actor perhaps best known for his role as Gimli in The Lord of the Rings. He’s also a staunch defender of Western Civilization, shunning politically correct fears and declaring that those offended by suggestions that not all value systems are equal “are fools, and ultimately, scoundrels.” Rhys-Davies’ recent statements demonstrate he refuses to be placed in the “fool” category. During an interview at the Movieguide Awards, Rhys-Davies made some blunt revelations about his own beliefs and the role of Christianity...

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India’s Brain Drain: CEOs Keep 1 Million Indian Graduates in U.S. Jobs, Legally

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India’s Brain Drain: CEOs Keep 1 Million Indian Graduates in U.S. Jobs, Legally

Employers have quietly converted an imported army of 451,000 Indian temporary workers into permanent U.S.-based workers. U.S. employers have quietly converted an imported army of 451,000 Indian temporary workers into permanent U.S.-based workers by merely nominating them to join the multi-year line to become legal immigrants. This stealthy inflow of white-collar visa workers was revealed in a February 10 press release from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The release provides the missing piece in a puzzle that shows how at...

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Online Penguin CBD Scholarship Program for Everyone

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Online Penguin CBD Scholarship Program for Everyone

Take participation in the Online Penguin CBD Scholarship to show your latest and skills to explore your personal interests. There are lots of other online quick responding platforms where interested communities can show their interests to meet with their objectives to find prompt initiatives to act upon the prescribed framework. Everything is depending upon the interest and the priorities of the people to which they like to take participate. Eligibility criteria to participate in this Penguin CBD Scholarship are very easy and simple for the...

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Heavy backpack? Good for you

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Heavy backpack? Good for you

Rice study suggests public school students have healthier core strength than home-schoolers HOUSTON – (Feb. 17, 2020) – Lugging a heavy backpack to school probably seems like a burden to most public school students, but it might explain a health advantage over home-schooled children: A heartier core. A study by Rice University kinesiologists compares specific health metrics between two sets of students age 12 to 17 who have been a focus of the group over the past couple of years. While previous work showed home-schoolers should expect no...

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How to Become a Teacher

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How to Become a Teacher

Teaching is an incredibly well-respected job that can be very rewarding. Although teaching does come with its challenges, knowing that you are helping to shape the minds and lives of your students is an experience that makes it all worth it. If you are thinking about becoming a teacher, here’s a few things that you will need to do in order to begin your career in education. Undergraduate Degree In order to become a teacher, you must have a bachelor’s degree. In many cases, your degree subject will become your specialty in your teaching...

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Starbucks Promotion of Trans Kids Charity ‘Incredibly Sinister’

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Starbucks Promotion of Trans Kids Charity ‘Incredibly Sinister’

“This is the crossover of one of the ugliest bits of capitalism with one of the most sinister things in our time.” Starbucks promoting a “transgender youth” charity through the sale of Mermaids cookies is “incredibly sinister” says author Douglas Murray. “This is the crossover of one of the ugliest bits of capitalism with one of the most sinister things in our time,” says Murray.Murray, who dedicates a significant chunk of his most recent bestseller The Madness of Crowds to discussing the hijack of transgender issues by the radical left,...

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg requests government rules on ‘what discourse should be allowed’

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg requests government rules on ‘what discourse should be allowed’

by Joel Gehrke – MUNICH — Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg called on Western governments to provide regulatory guidance for how social media companies can identify the boundaries of “what discourse should be allowed” on their platforms. “There should be more guidance and regulation from the states on basically — take political advertising as an example — what discourse should be allowed?” Zuckerberg told an assembly of Western leaders Saturday at the Munich Security Conference. “Or, on the balance of free expression and some...

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Alan Dershowitz: George Soros Asked Barack Obama to Investigate Undisclosed Person

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Alan Dershowitz: George Soros Asked Barack Obama to Investigate Undisclosed Person

Alan Dershowitz says billionaire left-wing financier George Soros told then-President Barack Obama to investigate someone. Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Breitbart News Sunday this weekend that billionaire left-wing financier George Soros told then-President Barack Obama to investigate someone. Dershowitz would not identify who, precisely, the target of the investigation was, but said that the name would soon emerge in in a lawsuit that had yet to be filed. The revelation was so startling that this host had to...

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What is Research Writing?

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What is Research Writing?

Writing a research paper is a very hectic job. For this, you have to select the topic, conduct a research, and design an effective argument in an organized manner. Let’s have a look at the meaning of Research Writing: Research: It is a physical process of gathering information and the mental process of getting the answers to your questions from the information you have collected. Research Writing: It is the process of sharing your answer to your research question with the evidence on which your answer is dependent and the sources you have...

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Why Healthcare Management is in Demand

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Why Healthcare Management is in Demand

A role in healthcare management is something worth giving serious consideration, especially if you’d like to work not only with other professionals but also make a huge difference to the lives of patients. It’s a role that offers the best of both worlds in the healthcare arena. Over the next ten years, demand for these roles and job opportunities will likely increase, so there’s never been a better time to see if it could be the right job for you. Healthcare management jobs rising in popularity There are many reasons why healthcare managers...

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