In fact, the Department of Homeland Security has just announced that it intends to compile a comprehensive list of hundreds of thousands of “journalists, editors, correspondents, social media influencers, bloggers etc.”, and collect any “information that could be relevant” about them.
So if you have a website, an important blog or you are just very active on social media, the Department of Homeland Security is going to put you on a list and will start collecting information about you. The DHS has already announced that it will hire a contractor to aid in monitoring media coverage, and they will definitely need plenty of help because it is going to be a very big job… more …
Opinion: What, me worry? The answer is yes, after almost 7 years of doing this, I am not sure what else I would do.
Editor and I just completed a 10 week Bible study with members of our church using Bible Prophecy 101, complete with multiple choice review questions for each chapter. On the first night there were groans all over the room when I passed out the first test, just to get an idea where everyone was with respect to prophecy. I did not ask them to put their names on the test and in some cases we found incorrect answers to basic questions.
Each week I began the lesson with a multiple choice test that covered what we learned the previous week. We would go over the answers and on the last week, I gave them the same test from week one. Everyone got an A+ which for me was great satisfaction.
The group surprised me at how fast they devoured the material. By week 6, after teaching on Daniel’s 70 weeks, I made the review test especially difficult and the group had no problem with the answers.