AR-15-wielding MAGA religious group buys 130-acre holy retreat in Tenn. for $460,000
A pro-Trump religious group, led by Pastor Hyung-jin “Sean” Moon, that uses AR-15 rifles during ceremonies has purchased a 130-acre holy retreat in Tennessee. “Spiritual download”: Moon leads services at Rod of Iron Ministries, also known as The World Peace and Unification Sanctuary, while wearing a metal crown of bullets and carrying a golden rifle. In a recent broadcast of Moon’s “The King’s Report,” he said the nearly-half-a-million-dollar Tennessee property is similar to a spiritual retreat in Cheongpyeong, a city in South Korea, and made him feel a “spiritual download.”news.yahoo.com
America’s gun obsession is rooted in slavery
A series of slave revolts terrified white residents and helped fuel the rationale for gun ownership ‘For too long, the second amendment has been portrayed with a founding fathers aura swaddled in the stars and stripes.’ Photograph: Eric Gay/AP Bodies are piling up all over the second amendment as two of America’s pandemics converge. The “plague of gun violence” and the inability to mount an effective response, even in the wake of multiple mass shootings, is, unfortunately, rooted in the other panews.yahoo.com
Dana Loesch, seeking Limbaugh fans, dislikes 'angry radio'
FILE - Dana Loesch, spokesperson for the National Rifle Association, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), at National Harbor, Md., on Feb. 22, 2018. Radio America announced Tuesday that it had signed Loesch to a multi-year contract extension. She's been doing a show in the same afternoon time slot that Limbaugh occupied since 2014, and is now on about 200 radio stations. On her show, which airs in nearly 200 radio stations, Loesch said she didn't want listeners to feel like they're being lectured to or yelled at. AdRadio America says it has added a handful of stations for Loesch since Limbaugh's death.
Rush Limbaugh’s syndicator to keep his voice alive on radio
FILE - Radio personality Rush Limbaugh introduces President Donald Trump at the start of a campaign rally on Nov. 5, 2018, in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Limbaugh's radio syndicators say they plan to keep his voice alive. Premiere Networks said on Monday, March 22, 2021, that Limbaugh's show will continue with its present format, where a series of guest hosts introduce archival audio footage of his voice. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)NEW YORK – The replacement for Rush Limbaugh is... Rush Limbaugh, at least in part.