The Year That Never Ends
Category: November Issue 2020
Late modernity symbolize’s the archetype of a tyrant. Disturbingly tyranny comes in many forms concerning the new coming age. Hence statism, corporatism, and globalism as actors to this effect. Each of these institutions push a similar agenda onto the masses.
Indoctrination can simply be defined as the repetition of an idea or belief so that the listener accepts the idea as true without question and without opposition, regardless of how true the idea actually is.
Mac Donald argues that diversity is fashioned into an ideology for coercing compliance, contrary to the spirit of a university education.
(November Issue 2020) By Kimberly Hagen “Her very existence repudiates the left’s binary thinking about womanhood, that women have to deny what makes women different from men to achieve professionally. And that’s why they hate her.” – Joy Pullman Justice Amy Coney Barrett is debunking all the leftist well spun narratives. She goes against everything the anti women coalition and what they stand for … Read More The Left’s Feminist Narrative Killer
Virtue is dead. Sin abounds. Evil has taken the place of good.
(November Issue 2020) By: Brandon Galbreath In today’s crazy postmodern society Christians cannot really define themselves with words such as orthodoxy or heterodoxy (heresy). Indeed, both words by definition are clearly direct opposites, such as right vs. left. However, the “doxy” of ortho vs. hetero is really just a paradox. What I mean by that is heresy can easily be orthodoxy because, the side … Read More “In-Doxycated”