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September 30th, 2022
young man sits slumped on front stoop
By: David Brooks – nytimes.com – September 29, 2022 If you’ve been paying attention to the social trends, you probably have some inkling that boys and men are struggling, in the U.S. and across the globe. They are struggling in the classroom. American girls are 14 percentage points more likely to be “school ready” than boys at age 5, controlling...
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September 27th, 2022
traditional family
As most Americans now realize, America is experiencing a societal breakdown. This should be obvious to anyone, even those facilitating this breakdown as they openly acknowledge they seek to break down American society.
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September 27th, 2022
B&W empty swing set
G. K. Chesterton once observed that modern people have a pernicious habit of “sacrificing the normal to the abnormal.” We fixate on exceptions as if they invalidate general truths.
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September 15th, 2022
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Watch and Grow in Jesus, Every Day Disciple your kids with instant access to hours of faith-filled shows.  
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August 24th, 2022
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An estimated 5.6% of U.S. adults rate their lives poorly enough to be categorized as “suffering,” the highest level in 14 years of measurement.
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August 22nd, 2022
Sight & Sound® is a ministry on a mission to create spectacular entertainment experiences for the whole family. Since its beginning as a traveling multimedia show in 1976, Sight & Sound has inspired over 25 million people with stories of faith.  
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August 19th, 2022
budget inflation graphic
Neither headline numbers nor reasoned economic assessments reveal the toll that surging prices take on many households. The non-monetary cost of today’s high inflation follows hard on the heels of the very different but similarly wrenching COVID-19 pandemic, and will likely have two profound consequences.
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August 10th, 2022
Households in lower-income countries typically spend a higher percentage of their income on food, making the pain of food inflation more extreme.
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July 26th, 2022
Interactive graph of regional percentage of difficulty
The share of Americans who report having difficulties paying their bills has surpassed its 2020 pandemic peak in a US Census Bureau survey, underscoring the toll of soaring prices on budgets.
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July 21st, 2022
meat case at supermarket
How can it be that with so much cattle in America, we sometimes can’t buy meat? At the beginning of the pandemic, Costco, Wegmans and Kroger limited purchases of beef.
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