The 12-mile-long Kerch Bridge connecting Russia to the Crimean peninsula was bombed by Ukraine early Monday. In response, Russia pulled out of a deal allowing Ukrainian farmers to export crops, raising fears over global food supplies.
The Intercept reports that the Department of Homeland Security is broadening efforts to clamp down on speech it considers dangerous by partnering the big tech platforms. This isn’t news to anyone who’s been paying attention.Continue Reading
Drought across America’s farm belt threatens winter wheat and next year’s wheat, corn, and soybean crops. Add to that record low supplies and surging demand for diesel, and higher food prices will be with us for a while.Continue Reading
New research shows that only 7% of people in the UK describe themselves as practicing Christians, while a survey of Christian pastors in the US found that only 37% have a biblical worldview.Continue Reading
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul used the weekend massacre in Buffalo to call for legislation to “silence the voices of hatred and racism.” It appears the Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter has convinced them that they can’t rely on corporate censorship anymore.Continue Reading