Inside the Battle to Be Trumpiest Streaming Channel

As Donald Trump faces mounting legal problems, the former president has consistently turned to one of his favorite YouTube channels, the fiercely pro-MAGA Right Side Broadcasting Network, to spin the news in his favor. And yet, RSBN-as it’s colloquially known-is facing criticism for not being Trump-y enough from an unlikely source: current and former staffers. … Read more

Being Literate Is Freedom. We Are Enslaving Our Children

What qualifies as being literate in the United States? It all depends on your measurement. According to the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), literacy is defined as, understanding, evaluating, using and engaging with written texts to participate in society, to achieve one’s goals, and to develop one’s knowledge and potential. Source … Read more

The Misunderstood Reason Millions Stopped Going to Church

Nearly everyone I grew up with in my childhood church in Lincoln, Nebraska, is no longer Christian. That’s not unusual. Forty million Americans have stopped attending church in the past 25 years. That’s something like 12 percent of the population, and it represents the largest concentrated change in church attendance in American history. Source link

Can Portland Be Saved?

The NY Times published a lengthy and interesting story today about the homeless problem in Portland. The story is titled "Fighting for Anthony: The Struggle to Save Portland, Oregon." Anthony Saldana is the central character in this tale. He moved to Portland from Las Vegas back in 2018 on the advice of his sister. Source … Read more

Niger Coup: UN condemns military coup in Niger, demands unconditional release of President Bajoum

Niger Coup: UN condemns military coup in Niger, demands unconditional release of President Bajoum

The UN Security Council on Friday condemned the military coup in Niger and called for the immediate and unconditional release of President Mohamed Bazoum. In a statement, the 15-member council stressed the need to protect Bazoum, his family and members of his government. The Council expressed concern over the increase in terrorist activities and the … Read more

Kurdish Groups: 8 PKK fighters from Syria and Iraq killed in Turkish airstrikes, vehicle targeted

Kurdish Groups

Kurdish Groups: Kurdish-led armed groups in Iraq and Syria have alleged that a total of eight of their fighters were killed in Turkish airstrikes on Friday. Drones targeted a vehicle carrying PKK fighters near the village of Rangina. The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, which controls most of northeastern Syria, issued a statement giving this information. … Read more

After Anju, now Chinese woman reached Pakistan to meet her lover, 21 year old girl fell in love with 18 year old boy

Chinese girl Goes to Pak for Lover

Chinese girl Goes to Pak for Lover After Anju, the Chinese woman went to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to meet her Pakistani lover. The woman also befriended on social media and fell in love. The woman reached Islamabad on Wednesday by road from China via Gilgit on a three-month travel visa. The 21-year-old girl was met … Read more

Australia: A helicopter crashed during military operation, four military personnel missing since the accident

Accident during military operation

Four military personnel are missing after an Australian military helicopter crashed into the waters near Lindemann Island off the coast of Queensland. The Defense Department has informed about this on Saturday. Accident during military operationThe department said the Australian Army MRH-90 Taipan helicopter was participating in a night-time training activity as part of Exercise Talisman … Read more

French President Emmanuel Macron made a historic visit to Sri Lanka, bilateral discussions lasted for 1 hour and 15 minutes

Emmanuel Macron Visit Sri Lanka

Emmanuel Macron Visit Sri Lanka: French President Emmanuel Macron visited historic Sri Lanka. Here he met Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe and the Sri Lankan delegation. During this, bilateral cooperation between the two countries and the open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region were discussed. Let me tell you, this visit is the first visit of a … Read more

Singapore: For the first time in two decades, a female prisoner was sentenced to death, accused of smuggling heroin

old woman was sentenced to death in Singapore

Singapore Agency. A 45-year-old woman was sentenced to death in Singapore on Friday for trafficking heroin. According to CNN reports, this is the first time a female prisoner has been hanged in the country in nearly two decades. Singapore’s Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) said in a statement released hours after the execution that 45-year-old Singaporean … Read more

Biden to meet US, Korean and Japanese leaders in action after North Korea’s nuclear missile exhibition

Biden to meet Korean and Japanese Leaders

Biden to meet Korean and Japanese Leaders: The White House said that US President Joe Biden will host a summit in Washington on August 18 with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. The leaders will mainly discuss the threats posed by North Korea’s developing nuclear and missile programs. … Read more