Dara Kerr, Shara Tibken June 16, 2020 10:16 a.m. PT Experts say these groups serve to indoctrinate and radicalize like-minded people with racist rhetoric. This makeshift memorial and mural were put up in the location where George Floyd was killed by a police officer on May 25 in Minneapolis. Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images At first glance, a private “Justice for George Floyd” Facebook group looks like many of the dozens of other groups created to collectively mourn the killing of an unarmed black man by a white… Read more Private Facebook groups are using ‘Justice for George Floyd’ as a cloak for racist behavior →
The panic-mongering ramps back up; re-centering the George Floyd narrative; on Big Boy and Big Girl pants and the propriety thereof; and calling out yet another federal evasion of the law.
The June 15, 2020, Lost Horizons Newsletter …where real knowledge– and actual solutions– intersect with real Americans! *** Hey, People!! It’s less than three weeks ’til the 13th (and very possibly final) Declaration Day Party, July 4, 2020!! Get Your RSVPs in, NOW!! And, HEY, II! Please don’t just read what I post here (or anywhere), and nod your head sagely or approvingly and then move on to other things. I don’t post in order to affirm your sense of things. I post in order to equip you with perspectives and… Read more The panic-mongering ramps back up; re-centering the George Floyd narrative; on Big Boy and Big Girl pants and the propriety thereof; and calling out yet another federal evasion of the law. →
Artist: Israel & New Breed – Song: It’s Not Over (Official Live Concert) – live album: “Jesus At The Center” (2012) Chorus: It’s not over It’s not finished It’s not ending It’s only the beginning When God is in it All things are new Verse: I know it’s darkest just before dawn Might be the hardest season you’ve experienced I know it hurts It won’t be too long ‘Cause you’re closer than you think you are You’re closer than you’ve been before Pre-chorus: So look to the sky Help is on the… Read more It’s Not Over (Live) – Israel & New Breed [Official] →
Healthy’ Choices You have a lot of options when you’re trying to eat right, but not all choices are what they seem. Some that sound healthy can actually have the opposite effect. Drinking Diet Soda While cutting down on sugar is good for you, artificial sweeteners may cause different issues. Studies show that people who drink diet soda tend to eat more, especially more high-calorie foods. They also usually have a higher body mass index (BMI). Your healthiest choice is always water. You can always add some flavor with things… Read more Health Habits That Can Backfire →
By Stephanie Watson Just as innovation has changed the way we shop, bank, and search for information, it’s transformed the way we manage chronic diseases like diabetes. These new technologies have made life easier for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Stick-Free Glucose Testing Frequent needle sticks to test blood sugar are a crucial, but sometimes unpleasant part of the daily diabetes routine. Testing your blood sugar helps you make decisions about what you eat, exercise, and insulin dosing. Continuous glucose monitoring, or CGM, helps you avoid the stick.… Read more What’s New in Diabetes Technology? →
Fred Price Triggers Debate Over Racism Los Angeles pastor focuses his national television program on racial tension in the church Frederick K.C. Price, pastor of the 16,000-member Crenshaw Christian Center in Los Angeles, believes racism is alive and well in charismatic churches in the 1990s. That’s why he began televising a lengthy series of sermons on “Race, Religion, and Racism” on his Ever Increasing Faith the program, which is aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network affiliates and other stations. To illustrate that racism permeates churches today, Price has played portions of… Read more RACISM IN THE CHURCH – TEAM SOTERIA MINISTRIES →
This idea of unity starts with us. We have to pull together and then we have to keep on climbing. The secret is not giving up. Unity isn’t… Read more Unity →