Buddhists in Sri Lanka Call for Meatless Lifestyle

While most religions and cultures teach cruelty to animals and make their killing and eating part of daily life, a few faiths do teach compassion. Buddhism in today’s world is one such faith whose followers are advocating for ban on all slaughter and animal killing in parts of the world they inhabit. Last month in […]

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Gravitational Waves’ Discovery Questioned by Independent International Scientists

Last year when mainstream propaganda media ran the “news” of detection of gravitational waves, I expressed my skepticism of the claim here on Word Matters in a blog Claims of First-Ever Detection of Gravitational Waves. Now, international scientists are practically raising questions that are important and serious, and may even undermine the alleged detection of […]

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Petition Asks the White House to Save the National Anthem

In times when the political left has waged a war on the national anthem of United States, backing the NFL knee-takers and other cartels in disrespecting the American flag and anthem, the White House has been petitioned for saving the national anthem. Titled SAVE NATIONAL ANTHEM, the petition says: Let the Congressional side now mirror […]

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MI: Republican Lawmaker Introduces Bill on Vaccination Lawmaking

Some significant progress in the fight against vaccine mafia was reported recently but the mainstream media remained silent by and large on it. After the story of judicial victimization of a MI mom who refused to vaccinate her son, West Michigan lawmaker Steven Johnson of Republican Party has introduced a bill that would empower lawmakers […]

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Film Quiz 4 – Can You Name the Movie?

Time for Film Quiz 4! But first, the answer to the previous quiz. It was Holly Hunter as Inspector M.J. Monahan from the psychological thriller Copycat (1995). How many of you have seen this movie? A good one in the serial killer tradition of thrillers. And now this shot from a hilarious comedy of the […]

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‘Old Mr. Marblehall’ by Eudora Welty

Published first in 2009 in The Audience Review (a publication of World Audience Books), this short review essay of mine touches on key features of  Eudora Welty’s character-driven short story Old Mr. Marblehall . ~ ~ ~ Set in the town of Natchez, Mississippi, Old Mr. Marblehall is Eudora Welty’s one of the few easy-to-comprehend […]

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Inflammation, Acidity, Food, and Cancer

What is the root cause of all disease? And what is one basic principle that keeps you safe from life-threatening illness, including cancer? In this nearly hour-long talk, American medical expert Dr. Robert Young educates people on the internal chemistry of body and how it can be regulated to your health and longevity.

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WorldnBrief: Probe in Russia-US Uranium Deal, Conservative Win in Austria, and More

House and Senate Launch Investigation in Obama-Russia Uranium Deal The tables are turned on the Democrats in America after their failed Trump-Russia collusion propaganda as both the US house and senate have launched investigations into a 2010 deal approved by the Obama administration, giving a Russian-backed company rights to America’s uranium. Though leftist mainstream propaganda […]

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