The coronavirus outbreak is proving to be the Trojan horse that justifies increased digital surveillance via our smartphones. All over the world governments are increasing surveillance of citizens using their smartphones. Some places now require a smartphone application's permission to travel around the country.
The coronavirus crisis has brought many aspects of life to a halt, but the world of kindness never stops - especially not now, when those that are in need are more desperate than ever.
This film director could have finally proven that the Tribulation is about to begin. Has already appeared on numerous national TV and radio shows.
No one could understand it at first. Arkansas's Cleburne County isn't big -- but it still had the second-highest number of coronavirus cases. Eventually, local health officials started to piece it all together, a puzzle that led them straight to the doors of the Greer's Ferry First Assembly.
With the chaos of the coronavirus, will Iran take advantage of Israel's perceived weakened state to attack through proxies? Iran may perceive Israel's military as being unable to call up masses of reserves or send large groups of civilians into close quarters in rocket shelters due to coronavirus restrictions. Will Iran attack?
After 20-years of research and development, a team has successfully retranslated the New Testament with the original lost Greek meaning!
Numerous people have reported being given "travel papers" over the past 48 hours. Those working in food delivery, the medical field, distribution, and grocery stores have said that they've received papers from their employers to show the police if they're stopped during their travel to and from work in the event of a lockdown.
As Americans, we are fiercely independent. We are not like a collectivist society like China, which can mandate the behavior of an entire nation. We are individualists, and we prize our freedoms. How, then, should we respond when our government restricts these freedoms in the name of public safety?