Turley: ‘We are Witnessing the Death of Free Speech on the Internet’, by Michael W. ChapmanJanuary 13, 2021
Saint of the Day for January 13: St. Hilary of PoitiersJanuary 13, 2021
By John Zmirak, The Stream, January 13, 2021
I came to understand our political situation today by watching gorilla documentaries. Let me explain.
At day’s end, when I’m exhausted, I wind down by finally turning on the television. The last things I usually watch are nature films, on the diverse, fascinating, and mostly apolitical channel CuriosityStream. For a grand total of $12 per year (as of now), you get access to thousands of polished, beautifully produced documentaries on every subject from ancient history to contemporary science. It’s the best entertainment money I’ve ever spent.
Invariably, I look for animal films. First of all, I’m a sucker for God’s innocent creatures, especially the furry ones. But I take delight in all the evidence of direct, Divine design all through the animal kingdom — from speeding sharks to circling condors. I do wish CuriosityStream would air some programming from the Discovery Institute. Its scientists do much better explaining nature via design than Darwinists do with their “just so” stories and smuggled-in teleology. (“Evolution developed the eagle’s eye to make it a better hunter… .”) …