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Podcast #26: The Divided United Methodist Church

It is with a measure of sadness that I write about the schism in the United Methodist Church. Fifty years ago, in over a hundred venues around the nation, I toured with a one-man show on John Wesley, appropriately titled, A Heart Strangely Warmed.

It was a joyous season, traveling from seminaries to colleges to denominational conferences to churches large and small, sharing the life and message of this extraordinary Oxford don and itinerant evangelist. How times have changed in fifty years. The United Methodist Church of today has lost its way. As I've expressed it before, "If there were tears in heaven, Wesley would be weeping."


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For the Week of May 13, 2024

This is how we will have to fight cheating in the 2024 election: Although some progress has been made, Rachel Alexander argues that the 2024 election may well be another orgy of cheating...but Americans can do a few things to try and fight back

On the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons (1974) -- A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Eighteen): Mark Wegierski now looks at some "dark futures" in gaming

Newsom 2024 v. Second Amendment — Firearm fiction v. facts: The propagation of "gun control" disinformation by the Demo/Leftmedia conglomerate is ramping up for this presidential election year, says Mark Alexander, and so is Gavin Newsom

Jim Grant: The Federal Reserve is broke!: Market analyst Jim Grant argues that if the US Federal Reserve were a private business, they would have been declared broke ages ago, reports Mike Maharrey

Why are we still listening to the central planners?: By any measure, the average American is under increasing economic pressure and much of that is due to the actions of those who are essentially administering the economy, says Clint Siegner

Biden's Bureau of Labor statistics is cooking jobs reports: The Bureau of Labour Statistics has been issuing some rosy reports in recent months but Ken Silwa notes that the latest reports have included some revisions

Bowing to Hamas, Biden and mob demands would be suicidal: Those who are taking heart in the anti-Israel protests across the United States should also be aware that those same protestors are no fan of the United States, freedom or capitalism, notes Paul Driessen

Last Week

The wrath of the Americans: Media, pundits and politicians continue not to get it, says Robert T. Smith. Whatever Donald Trump's faults are, he represents for tens of millions of Americans a message to the system: They're tired and they won't take it much longer

On the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons (1974) -- A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Seventeen): Mark Wegierski relates RPGs to notions of commodity and Virtual Reality

Brazilian UFC fighter delivers economic punch to the face: Brazilian UFC fighter Renato Moicano recently made headlines after a fight by praising free market economics. Mike Maharrey explains who the object of Moicano's comments -- Ludwig von Mises -- was and why he's still important

The UN climate body does not back climate alarmist claims: The IPCC is often pointed to by climate alarmists as the unimpeachable source for how humans are causing catastrophic climate change. So what happens when the UN body doesn't back them up? Tom Harris examines some of the interesting things the IPCC has said on the matter

The corruption of Rep. Adam Schiff is reaching a tipping point: Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff has long been accused of using his power to go after his political enemies but Rachel Alexander says the California congressman is outdoing himself these days with his actions

Most 'green' states are laggards in economic growth: In news that probably won't surprise you, but it turns out that states that focus on environmentalist policies pay the price when it comes to economic growth, reports Bonner Cohen

Biden demonizes companies, seeks ban on "shrinkflation": Regardless of what policy makers are saying, argues Mike Gleason, Americans are facing increasing pressure from rising prices and it's not businesses causing the problem

The Federal Reserve is fighting inflation blindfolded: It was just a few months ago that the Federal Reserve announced a plan to reduce interest rates three times in 2024. Fast forward to last week and Jerome Powell is admitting that he has little clue if that will even happen once this year, says Mike Maharrey

Radical leftists say oil companies are committing climate murder!: Paul Driessen argues that environmentalists are gaslighting voters and consumers that oil companies are destroying everything – when the real mass killers are the environmentalists themselves

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