Interesting: Some readers think they know something about the immigration or citizenship status of the owners of the Corner Store, when in fact, they know nothing. I wonder why some people imagine that they know something when they actually do not.
Mr. Bailey, you asked " What is their agenda?" I'm not part of the Young Skeptics organization, but I'd guess their agenda is to observe HOW you deliver your message to children. There's a gentle way, and there's a sick way (involving fear and negativity). The Good News cult is apparently using the sick way, and that merits observation, regardless of how uncomfortable it makes your operators.
The person who commented about India and China said "no one in America wants to stop THEM". This person is very poorly informed and needs to **READ** news instead of watching 7 minutes of infantile news videos per day, in between helping the kids with homework and falling asleep.
I may have a tough decision to make on election day. Do I vote for a moron whose views of science are based on ignorance, and perhaps hyper-religious insanity? Or Hillary Clinton, whose credibility is being stretched thin lately? I don't even think about corruption any more. I assume they're all corrupt, so that's just a zero level in my evaluations. Aside from that, I can't find anyone whose ideas can be trusted. I'm tired of being lied to. It happens on a daily basis.
There are surveillance cameras all over the city and nobody can get a handle on who's dumping tires? Really?
If you're not affiliated with any particular church, you're not donating cash. Churches need to fight this trend just like any other business. What better way than to scare the crap out of our children?
"The number of Americans who do not identify with any religion continues to grow at a rapid pace. One-fifth of the U.S. public – and a third of adults under 30 – are religiously unaffiliated today, the highest percentages ever in Pew Research Center polling."
Apparently, the Good News Club's mission includes spreading illiteracy. The use of "disciple" as a verb is described in reputable dictionaries as "archaic" and "obsolete". (See second paragraph at www.cefonline.com). I'd wager that whoever wrote that was the victim of intellectual inbreeding, also known as home schooling. People like this have no business "teaching" anyone's children, not even their own.
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