Category: Culture

  • How The Mandalorian Saved Star Wars

    How The Mandalorian Saved Star Wars

    Since Disney bought the rights to the Star Wars franchise, there has been widespread outrage at their handling of the beloved cinematic universe. Movies like Solo and the sequel trilogy have caused a lot of division and anger within the Star Wars community. But the Mandalorian series may have saved Star Wars. This time last […]

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  • Let’s Not Let Rioters Destroy The Movement

    Let’s Not Let Rioters Destroy The Movement

    Americans were rightly outraged and disgusted by what took place in Minneapolis. We saw George Floyd being murdered by a police officer without cause. This kind of police brutality is nothing new to our nation. But the public’s patience with this kind of treatment is gone; the whole country is demanding better from our police […]

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  • What Kanye’s Faith Means For Our Culture

    What Kanye’s Faith Means For Our Culture

    Kanye’s new album, Jesus Is King, has been out for some time now. I wanted to time this article right. I didn’t want to publish this when the album had just dropped, and I didn’t want to wait too long to where the album was completely out of sight out of mind for a lot […]

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  • Having Trouble Spotting Fake News? Here’s How To Do It

    Having Trouble Spotting Fake News? Here’s How To Do It

    We all have that friend on Facebook that loves to share links to all sorts of widely inaccurate articles. Or maybe you’re that person. Maybe you enjoy sharing obviously wrong news stories so all your friends have to see it. In that case, you should probably stop. Stop that shit right now. Checking to see […]

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  • Darth Vader Will Be In Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    It’s now been confirmed that Darth Vader will be appearing in the upcoming Star Wars based movie Rogue One. As IGN reported, leaked artwork had hinted at the possibility of Vader making an appearance in the film, but that theory has been confirmed by Entertainment Weekly. Apparently Darth will be the bad guy to more […]

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  • Seriously, Who Did Negan Kill In The Walking Dead Season 6 Finale?

    It’s been several days since the season 6 finale of the Walking Dead and we’re still trying to figure out who got to feel the business end of lucile. Someone, we can’t confirm who, gets totally destroyed by Negan (a villain that we meet) in the finale in case you haven’t heard. But just because […]

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  • Losing Faith In The Bibliotheca Project

    Update: 11/7/16 The project has been completed. You can watch Bibliotheca’s latest video update below. The books will ship “Fall 2016.” Bibliotheca: Finished from Bibliotheca on Vimeo. From the start, I loved the idea of Bibliotheca. A Bible without chapter and verse divisions; free of distractions that weren’t present in the early manuscripts. It’s just […]

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  • America’s Gun Love

    The people of the United States love their guns. It doesn’t really matter which part of the U.S. you’re talking about, there are gun lovers in every state. Sure there may be higher rates of gun ownership in certain regions, but gun owners are literally everywhere. Let’s look at how and why guns are such […]

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  • The Case For Legalizing Drugs

    As the country begins legalizing marijuana state by state, it’s a good time to start talking about the possibility of legalizing other drugs. While most Americans may support the legalization of marijuana, they’re still weary of other drugs. This isn’t surprising, but why don’t Americans think people should be able to do drugs other than […]

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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson To Bring His Star Talk Podcast To TV

    When Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson isn’t nitpicking science facts in movies on Twitter or deciding whether or not he wants to host a second season of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (or, you know, being an astrophysicist), he’s running his popular science-themed podcast StarTalk Radio. Starting this April, he’ll bring that show to the National Geographic Channel […]

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  • Why Are Planes Going Missing?

    It’s 2015 now, but 2014 was the year of missing planes. And it seems odd that we are still unable to find a missing plane nowadays. With all of our technology–namely satellites, drones and radar–we’ve still been incapable of finding two passenger jets that went missing last year. On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight 370 […]

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  • The second most ethical meat

    Recently, I read an article on Modern Farmer that talked about roadkill. It tried to make the point that roadkill was the most ethical meat you could consume. And I completely agree with that idea. The article got me thinking about other ways we can get ethical meat. Roadkill really isn’t a reliable way to get food […]

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  • All You Need to Know About The Ferguson Shooting

    On August 9th, Darren Wilson, a white police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager. Wilson claims he acted solely in self-defence, while some witnesses’ testimony seem to point to another conclusion.

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  • The best lesser-known Christian bands

    The best lesser-known Christian bands

    Some of the best Christian artists aren’t as popular as they should be. The artists on this list are definitely on par with mainstream Christian artists and in my opinion, better. For me, it’s pretty difficult to find good “Christian Music” and my short list below reflects that. Each of the artists I’ve chosen are […]

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  • 10 Pro Sports Teams and Their Famous Fans

    Here’s our list of 10 pro sports teams famous fans. On Wednesday, October 15th the Kansas City Royals clinched their first World Series appearance since Reagan was President. Long time Kansas resident and celebrity Paul Rudd attended that game and was interviewed shortly after. Who wouldn’t want to go to a kegger at Paul Rudd’s mom’s house? Anyway, that […]

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  • Gun violence in America

    The frequency at which mass shootings in this country occur is startling. I think anyone would agree that something needs to change. However, gun-control advocates are misleading the public on several key facts and in some cases, straight out lying. Everytown for Gun Safety, the organization backed by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, […]

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