Legislators from Tennessee want an explanation for what appears to be a secret program to use Chattanooga as a hub for resettling unaccompanied illegal migrant children—a plan that one source says began in Dallas, but was moved to avoid attention.
The prophet Amos warned the leaders of Israel not to desire the prophesied Day of the Lord because “it is darkness, and not light”—especially since Israel had begun to worship Sikkuth (the Mesopotamian god Ninurta) and “Kiyyun your star-god”, both represented in the sky by Saturn.
The world’s largest asset manager, a supporter of the Great Reset, is buying up single family homes, contributing to a growing bubble in real estate prices. The median home sale price hit a record $350,000 in May, up 24% from 2020.
Science often wanders deep into religious territory. This week, we discuss claims that the entire universe is alive and that Jesus was a first-century mushroom hallucination, and compare those concepts to transhumanism, cosmism, and postmodernism.
The chief scientist of America’s new Space Force told a group at an Air Force Research Laboratory event that “human augmentation” is now necessary, despite the risks of autonomous AI weapon systems, “lest we fall behind our strategic competitors.”
The Russian military carried out its largest naval exercise in the Pacific since the end of the Cold War. The drill included the mock sinking of an aircraft carrier with some Russian assets coming within 35 miles of Hawaii.
Support in Congress is growing for a fiat digital currency run by the Federal Reserve Bank. This would ostensibly reach consumers without bank accounts, but it would also mean the government would have a record of your every purchase.