The World Economic Forum meeting this week brings together people who believe that they, and they alone, have the right to fundamentally restructure human civilization. They don’t realize that they’re dupes in a bigger game.

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THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM meets this week in Davos, Switzerland, a gathering of world leaders who will tell the rest of us how we’re supposed to live.Continue Reading

New research reveals that a majority of pastors thinking about leaving the ministry worry that “Christians are more loyal to their political views than their faith.”

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US credit card balances hit a record in the third quarter as banks offered more cards to consumers with less-than-stellar credit ratings. Meanwhile, subprime auto loans hit their highest delinquency rate in ten years.Continue Reading

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s visit to Beijing last week may be the opening move in an effort to replace the US with China as a key ally and trade partner.Continue Reading

The World Economic Forum has posted a video to its website arguing for a “post-growth economy,” which is a nice way of repeating its infamous claim that by 2030, you’ll own nothing and be happy.Continue Reading

The Federal Reserve Bank plans to launch a new settlement system called FedNow by next summer. While it’s not blockchain-based, like cryptocurrency, it would route credit and debit card transactions through the Fed—meaning instant government records of card purchases.Continue Reading