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The Titanic and the Paranormal

There are many supposedly haunted places in this world, and most of us may think that these spectral forces gravitate towards dilapidated old houses or scary forests in the middle of nowhere. We have this image of what haunted should be, and most often it all comes down to a place or thing with a... Read more »

Praise as Pope Francis Revises The Lord’s Prayer

Pope Francis has long been one of Social’s favorite holy men: Back in February he was pulling 54 percent positives for standing up to President Donald Trump on immigration. The post Praise as Pope Francis Revises The Lord’s Prayer appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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Reviews and review sites help you arm yourself enough knowledge about the product you are planning to buy. The post For Help Finding the Best Products and Gadgets Check out This Site appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Rackets

“Don’t ride through Thong Sala,” suggested my couch surfing host. “The people from the bike shop are looking for you.” The post Rackets appeared first on The Good Men Project.

NET NEUTRALITY: When Will Black People Stop Allowing WHITE PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALISTS To Use Them As Poster Children. GET AN 'INTERNET VPN And Your ISP Can't DISCRIMINATE Against YOUR WEB TRAFFIC"

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY:BOTH SIDES MAKE USE OF FRAUDULENT ARGUMENTS TO JUSTIFY THEIR POSITION.As An IT Security Professional I HATE How IGNORANT POLITICAL OPERATIVES make use of TECHNICAL ISSUES and turn them into POLITICAL/ECONOMIC/POWER issues that always just so happen to align with their BIAS/BIGOTRY. Show More Summary

Comment of the Day: I was Going to use the Hashtag #iPromise, but #IWill gets There Faster and I Don’t Want to Reinvent the Wheel.

I was searching for an article that I could point other men too, and I’m glad I came to GMP first. The post Comment of the Day: I was Going to use the Hashtag #iPromise, but #IWill gets There Faster and I Don’t Want to Reinvent the Wheel. appeared first on The Good Men Project.

What It’s Like To Fight Wildfires From The Front Lines

"I've been doing this for 12 years, and I've never seen fire behavior like this." The post What It’s Like To Fight Wildfires From The Front Lines appeared first on The Good Men Project.

At Climate Change Summit, the Heat Is on Trump

President Donald Trump is finding himself increasingly isolated on the world stage over the issue of climate change. The post At Climate Change Summit, the Heat Is on Trump appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why Liberal Media Must Put its Money Where its Mouth is in the Era of Trump and Brexit

It's time for the left-leaning media to come off the fence. The post Why Liberal Media Must Put its Money Where its Mouth is in the Era of Trump and Brexit appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Strong quake hits Indonesia's Java, kills three

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A powerful magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the island of Java in Indonesia just before midnight on Friday, with authorities reporting three deaths and damage to hundreds of buildings.

To evangelical Christian right, the biggest sin is having a 'D' next to your name

To the editor: Randall Balmer chronicles evangelical Christians’ steady slide to lock-step support for morally compromised candidates. Indeed, since evangelicals’ counterintuitive backing of Ronald Reagan, the GOP has done its utmost to secure that huge, manipulable voting bloc. (“The evangelical...

California's new pot rules violate the promise to small farmers

During last year’s campaign for Proposition 64, which made recreational marijuana legal for adults under California law, proponents of the measure repeatedly argued that it would protect small marijuana farms and mom-and-pop cultivators, many of whom have operated illegally for decades. That’s...

Race in the U.S.: Christina Greer and Ari Berman on Race and Electoral Power

“Race in the U.S.” is The New School’s second University course on post-election America, and is sponsored by the Provost’s Office and the 2017 Henry Cohen Lecture Series of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy. Show More Summary

Jazz and the Politics of Co-Creation -- A Conversation with Professor Robin Kelley

'Robin DG Kelley presents the lecture "Jazz and the Politics of Co-creation". Hosted by the University of the Western Cape’s Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) and Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education, the presentation was part of The Factory of the Arts’ Conversations, a new series of public dialogues on jazz. Show More Summary

Can God lead us into temptation? Readers respond to the pope's quibble with the Lord's Prayer

It’s been a while since we’ve had a proper theological discussion on the Los Angeles Times’ letters page. Of course, the form — between 100 and 200 words per entry and with the focus on a single point — doesn’t lend itself to lengthy exchanges on morality, mysticism or spirituality. Comes now Pope...

Poisoning The Well: The View Of Sinclair Broadcast Group From Flint

The conservative media giant dominates local TV in the troubled city, where people say the press hasn’t raked nearly enough muck.

Debra Messing Narrates This Jaw-Droppingly Crazy Profile of Trump Aide Stephen Miller

Debra Messing Narrates This Jaw-Droppingly Crazy Profile of Trump Aide Stephen Miller 'Will & Grace' actress Debra Messing answers the question, Who is Stephen Miller, and takes us through his history of right-wing craziness Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

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