Paying it Forward Georgia Tech Students Surprise Security Guard Bringing Him to Tears
It is no surprise to recognize how acts of terrorism are increasingly on the rise throughout the world and also within America. In light of the most recent attacks, it is a growing concern of many. When CBN spoke with the Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Michael Mccaul, the concern of a cyber security attach was just as alarming. Re. Mccaul shares, “A cyberattack could actually shut down power grids, financial institutions, cause absolute chaos across the nation…This is the kind of thing that would be highly devastating, highly consequential, and it’s something that we need to protect against. We have great offense capability, ourselves, but it’s the defensive capability that needs to be strengthened.” Because of the rise of terrorism, multiple threats exist within many parts of the world. Rep. Mccaul writes about his concerns within our nations in his book, Failures of Imagination. He shares, “The reason I wrote the book because I think the American people deserve to know the truth about the threats we face as a nation, and I think for too long this administration has downplayed those threats and they haven’t been honest about those threats, and we really need to deal those, as policymakers, head on.” It is important that we are not only clear of the threats facing us, as a nation, but that we also have wisdom on what to do about them. See the full exchange and so much more. Also shared in this segment: EMP, Electromagnetic Pulse, ISIS, Radical Islam, 9/11, and military. Greg and John shared in this segment.
Superintendent Goes Ballistic Over “Jesus Lunch” in the Park?
One might not think that having a casual lunch in the park wouldn’t bring too much attention. But, when a mother organizes an event to provide a Jesus lunch for students, she is greeted by the school superintendent who promptly expresses his dissatisfaction towards the event. According to wnd, “Mothers in Middleton have been hosting a Jesus Lunch 16 times per year since 2014 in Fireman’s Park.” This particular gathering turned out to be different than all the others when the superintendent of the Middleton-Cross Plains School District promptly expressed, “We are asking you to allow our legal counsels to consider this together because this is certainly a question you contend is a First Amendment right”. One particular mother wasn’t swayed as she punctually responded with legal statements from her attorney and this bold reply; “We have permission from the city to rent it. So, whatever legal happenings have to take place, our lawyers can get together. But, you know what guys; we love being with these kids…you can keep that letter; we’re going to continue on and you can take it up with our lawyer. Thank you.”