Miraculous image of Dr. Fauci appears on cast-off coronavirus mask


Well, this is long overdue. See it?

A mysterious stain on a cast-off cloth mask has been found to display a blurry image of infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony S. Fauci.

The mask was first noticed a few days ago in the parking lot of a Walmart in Greensboro, S.C., by a security guard as he made his rounds. Continue reading

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Patriotic Prayer Time with Paxton: ‘Overcoming Adversity’

texas_capitol600Editor’s Note: We were lucky to persuade Texas Atty. Gen. Ken Paxton to succeed former Gov. Rick Perry as our devotional writer. This is Paxton’s first submission.

Focal Passage: Proverbs 24:10 – “If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.”

As a first-time devotional writer but long-time fan, I’m honored to be asked to deliver these devotional moments for Blind Folly. (But, please, let’s not call it a “submission,” considering that word’s intimation of surrender, subservience and humility). Continue reading

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Our Online, Hamster-Ball Life


Hamsterdam, portrayed in this stock photo by a Hollywood actor.

My six-year-old grandson’s hamster, “Hamsterdam,” loves his plastic hamster ball.

At least once a day he is taken from his cage so we can clean it, and is either placed in a wire pen we set up in the living room or put in his plastic hamster ball, which he uses to roam around the house. And… it’s reminding me of something.

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Ugly Christian Band of the Week: Demon Hunter

The Seattle-based Christian hard rock band Demon Hunter is known for its “brazenly transcendent” melodies and the “defiant heaviness” of its lyrics. But so far no one has complimented them on their fashion style.

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‘Audacious in their Conjectures’: Why ‘MemeWatch’ Doesn’t Work


Hercules battles the Hydra

Conspiracy theories are in the news again. Actually, it seems like they’re everywhere.

As I was binge-watching “Money Heist” on Netflix the other night, I noticed all the talk on that show about “sticking with the Plan” and “trust the professor” and team loyalty. It had a very “Where We Go One, We Go All” vibe.

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