Find out what did NOT happen in Ferguson Missouri & learn the truth about brotherly love this week as host Doug McBurney and his extremely attractive audio engineer bring you their Weekly Worldview.
As a man lay dying of a gunshot wound outside the “Concert for Peace on the Streets” of Philadelphia, another man was desperately trying to get His message of truth out to the concertgoers and the world:
“There is no greater love than this; that a man would lay down His life for His friends.”
And word is getting out! Starting right here at the Weekly Worldview…
But we must also condescend to cover the mundane and pedestrian… like accounts of things like a $9000.00 E.R. bill for stitches and a tetanus shot courtesy of America’s socialized medical system, the bidding at JudgmentMarketplace.com for a share of the money owed by O.J. Simpson to the family of one of the people he murdered, and the temporary “shelving” of a sex ed book so graphic your host could not fully convey the perversion for fear of violating your sense of common decency, by educators who want to discuss with parents the “appropriate age” at which to introduce your children to sexual degradation. (Some of them say it’s probably around age ten…)
Common Core is triggering an exodus from the government schools! Christians are feeling abandoned by the RE-publican party, And Rand Paul makes the brave assertion that stomping on kittens is something he’s against, (sorry, we meant killing babies). But we’re encouraged he says he supports Personhood!
DigitalGlobe’s latest satellites will be able to see your face from space, (but not nearly as clearly as God sees it everyday). A smell is going up to heaven from Denver, but it’s anything but a sweet smelling aroma. And a real life test of an App that warns of sketchy neighborhoods proves an ironic success in Washington D.C.!
A “Wildcat” from Arvada West High School in Colorado has been arrested for supporting the Islamic State terrorists, Mohammed is the most popular name for newborn boys in England, and a civilizational conflict of epic proportion is unfolding from Iraq to Syria to Turkey, to Gaza, to Nigeria and beyond…
But don’t be alarmed! Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has concluded an exhaustive review of approved military hairstyles, and has concluded that those members of the American military who manage to keep their heads in the coming conflict may wear cornrows…
It’s the view from up here, as we look down on the rest of the world from a mile above it all, and you’re welcome to it at the podcast link below.