Prophecy in the News

Pope Francis Prays At Bethlehem

Pope Francis made a surprise stop on Sunday at the wall Palestinians abhor as a symbol of Israeli oppression, and later invited presidents from both sides of the divide to the Vatican to pray for peace.   In an image likely to become the most emblematic of his trip to the holy land, Francis rested […]

The Military Is Building Brain Chips to Treat PTSD

How well can you predict your next mood swing? How well can anyone? It’s an existential dilemma for many of us but for the military, the ability to treat anxiety, depression, memory loss and the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder has become one of the most important battles of the post-war period.   Now the […]

A decisive setback for European unity

s popular uprisings go, for a 28-nation bloc run from Brussels, this one was pretty cataclysmic. European Parliament election results, which the region is still digesting, reflect a wave of voter disenchantment with the area’s most ambitious post-WWII policy idea — the European Union.   Over the weekend, Europe’s centrists took a beating at the […]

Is America Starting To Target Thought Crime?

Last week, Michelle Obama made headlines when she exhorted graduating high schoolers in a commencement address to monitor their families for politically incorrect thoughts and behaviors.   To one journalist, this was more than an off-hand comment made by the first lady. In the opinion of Cheryl Chumley, a reporter for The Washington Times and […]

UN replaces millennium poverty plan with sustainable development

When a handful of technocrats from the world’s most advanced nations gathered in a UN basement in 2000 to establish global development goals, their objective seemed simply to create a blueprint to help the world’s poor by 2015.   But as the deadline nears and many targets remain to be met, the UN is shifting […]

Utah school defends yearbook editing for modesty

Wasatch High School acknowledged Thursday that its yearbook staff made some mistakes in its “graphic corrections” of student photos, which were edited to add sleeves and higher necklines.   In a message on the school’s website, the high school said the staffers “were not consistent in how they (corrections) were applied to student photos and the […]

Charlemagne: Who will run Europe?

THE deceit of the European election was summed up by posters around the continent: “Use your power. Choose who is in charge of Europe”. The votes were cast. People used their power to kick governments by supporting parties of the far right and left. But they did not choose who would run Europe.   The […]

Global Cooling, Not Global Warming

Global cooling rather than global warming or “climate change” doomed ancient societies, despite the New York Times’ latest efforts to invent a new global warming alarm.   The Times published an article Tuesday claiming “climate change” doomed ancient societies to famine and collapse, but those societies thrived while temperatures were significantly warmer than today.   It was only […]