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Commentary On Christmas Day in 1776, Gen. George Washington led 2,400 troops across the Delaware River. The weather was cold and miserable. The troops were exhausted; they had to contend ...
December 24, 2020
Jackie Gingrich Cushman
I Believe in You Guys
I believe in you guys and what you're doing.
April 25, 2020
The Reader's Turn
Ron Archer on the Power of Belief
After surviving abortion attempts and enduring a painful childhood, Ron Archer turned tragedy into triumph.
February 18, 2020
The Quiet Spiritual Awakening In the US Government
A moral and spiritual awakening is taking place in the United States, and it's being helped along by ...
September 22, 2019
Americans, and the World, Are Becoming More, Not Less, Religious
Commentary It's commonplace in many of the most influential public policy precincts in the nation’s capitol these days ...
July 15, 2019
What Kind of People Believe in Psychic Phenomena?
A look at the psychological profile of people who tend to believe in the paranormal.
August 19, 2015
This Man Tested the Universe by Asking for ‘a Sign’—He Got It
He wanted a sign—something to rekindle his belief if indeed what he experienced came to him across a ...
May 16, 2015
7 Crazy Things That Really Happened on Friday 13th
Bad or unusual events on Friday the 13th are imbued with the creepy allure of the day, and ...
March 13, 2015
Why and How Different Cultures Bury the Dead
From the hanging graves of Asia to burials at sea, sending loved ones to the great unknown has ...
May 23, 2014
April 25 Brings China a Miracle
Remaining true to one’s beliefs—we all wonder whether, if tested, we could do that.
April 27, 2014
Economic Progress and the Primacy of the Individual
Members of an Austrian School of economics forum to which I belong have been discussing the source of ...
April 19, 2014
Does the Depth of the Relationship Determine the Breakup (Video)
Whether we are tough or tender, most of us find break-ups and rejections difficult.
April 18, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Right to Life–Does It Really Belong to Everyone?
I've always found it quite interesting--and somewhat puzzling--that certain issues are always linked politically, even though they may ...
April 8, 2014
What Is Unhealthy Skepticism?
Healthy skepticism can be good for science and maintaining rational thinking, but sometimes skeptics go too far and ...
April 5, 2014
The Science of Coincidences
Is it chance, is it selective memory, is it synchronicity, is it divine guidance? Perhaps coincidences are a ...
March 25, 2014
Trump Leaves Washington for Florida, Skipping Biden’s Inauguration
CCP Virus Updates: China, WHO Should Have Acted Quicker, Panel Says
Epoch Times Staff
Two More Chinese Cities Go Under Lockdown, as Beijing Mandates Four-Week Quarantine for Travelers
Biden’s Defense Secretary Pick Vows to ‘Rid Our Ranks of Racists and Extremists’
Industry Leader Calls on Aussie Diplomats to ‘Step Up’ Amid CCP Economic Coercion
Graham Calls on McConnell to ‘Unequivocally’ Denounce Fresh Trump Impeachment
McConnell Pushes to Preserve Filibuster in Divided Senate’s Power-Sharing Agreement
Biden to Rely on Executive Orders, Appointees to Push Progressive Agenda
Trump’s Anti-Communist Legacy
Pelosi ‘Not Concerned’ About Contents of Laptop Stolen From Office