April 2009 • Volume 20, NO. 4
Should we be bovvered about the decline of language?
Why is the world so plagued with problems?
Australia’s tragic environmental disasters are actually an emergency wake-up call.
America’s new president will irreversibly alter relationships across the Atlantic.
You don’t need to scour the history books. Just look at Britain.
Keeping abreast of Russia and understanding the Kremlin psyche can be challenging. Here’s the simple key to modern Russia.
In South Africa, discontent is fueling communism, and economic collapse looms.
A great cry went up from the press when the pope lifted the excommunication from a Holocaust-denying bishop. Yet again, the press got it wrong on Benedict XVI.
The price tag for all these bailouts and stimulus plans is so huge, it’s approaching the cost of all American history combined! Still, there’s no change yet. There’s a good reason for that.
Whether you’re single or married, here is advice for making these vital relationships work.
Take the blue pill: It will be like none of this ever happened. Or take the red pill and see where the rabbit hole goes. What drugmakers don’t tell you is that there is another way.
In his book Raising the Ruins, available in bookstores, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry exposes the reality of what happened to the Worldwide Church of God. Here is part two of the 23rd chapter.