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Christmas: Jesus is voted the most significant person in world history

Jesus voted most significant person:Christmas-Mary-Jesus Herland Report

  Jesus is repeatedly voted the most significant person in world history. Napoleon and Shakespeare came in second and third place, in a survey described by Professor Steven Skiena and Charles Ward in Who’s bigger? Where historical figures really rank. Jesus voted most significant person: Social research has long documented that belief in the spiritual dimension has not decreased in …

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Christmas and the empowerment of the individual

Christmas and the most significant person in history: jesus-is-born-Christmas-Herland-Report

  The empowerment of the individual is unique to Western civilization and a Christian thought, writes Dr. Paul Craig Roberts in one of his Christmas Specials. Christmas and the individual: The decorations and gifts of Christmas are one of our connections to a Christian culture that has held Western civilization together for 2,000 years. In our culture the individual counts. …

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Academic Freedom Is completely Dead, says Dr. Jay Bhattacharya

Academic Freedom Is Dead Cathleen Norris

  A Stanford Professor who challenged the orthodoxy of lockdowns has warned that “academic freedom is dead,” and that all those who have stood up to the regime narrative now face “a deeply hostile work environment.” “They systematically tried to make it seem like everyone agreed with their ideas about COVID policy, when in fact there was deep disagreement among scientists.” …

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Manipulated Economic Outlook: Financial media reports make no sense

Manipulated Economic Outlook: Ap

  As some readers have remarked in their messages to me, I ceased a while back my monthly reports on the Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs reports and inflation rate.   Manipulated Economic Outlook: The reason is that the numbers are not good enough to be able to discern what is the actual state of the economy.  Yet every new number is …

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