Latest Scare: A planet we can’t see is going to appear out of nowhere and collide with us this month

According to a Christian numerologist, we’ve all got one week to get our affairs in order before the end of the world. David Meade, who’s theories are not endorsed by any church or denomination, claims that a planet called “Planet X” or “Nibiru” is on a collision course with earth Continue Reading

Is Tropical Storm Don a jab at Donald Trump?

A hurricane is named Don is brewing in the Atlantic. The left chuckled at what it saw as an obvious jab at President Donald Trump and his views on climate change, the right cried foul, and once again, the truth simply cried. Tropical storm names are not political. They are Continue Reading

Do you know why we celebrate the Fourth of July?

This video was posted on YouTube by Mark Dice in 2015 and has 1.7 million views. If you were still of the impression that your friends and neighbors were informed citizens, I’ve got some bad news. Watch this video and prepare to lose your faith in humanity. For those of Continue Reading

Things You Fell For In 2015

The Internet is more revolutionary than the printing press. While it has brought to our fingertips new levels of information and new ideas, it is also at times a breeding ground for gossip, misinformation, conjecture and all out lies. Here are some of the memes and false reports some of Continue Reading

2015: The Year In Stupid

It’s the time of year when we media types write endless year in review articles about significant events that happened in an assortment of categories during the previous year. This isn’t one of those articles. This year-in-review is about insignificant events that received much more attention than they were due. This is Continue Reading

Millennials and Free Speech

Millennials have grown up in a world where blogs and social media are taken just as seriously as news and information sources. In this world, the word of a “mommy blogger” is viewed as equal to that of a doctor and the words of a fringe group are equal to mainstream thinking. When there is no discernment between Continue Reading

5 Truths About Black Friday

Just a few short hours after gathering around family and friends to give thanks for how blessed we are, Americans will run to the local shopping malls in droves to acquire more material “blessings.” If Thanksgiving Day is the acknowledgement of how much we have to be thankful for, Black Continue Reading

5 Truths About The First Thanksgiving

While the modern celebration of Thanksgiving is marked by turkey, mashed potatoes, time with family– and more recently– sales events, it is important to note that the first Thanksgiving, (or what we like to think of as the first Thanksgiving) isn’t what we think it is. The celebration we have on the Continue Reading