Good Soul Ties, Fantasy Maps, and Pop Stars Doing Weird Things
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BY TRULY FREE SOCIETY, April 1, 2021
We get it. There's only so much time in a day to browse the news headlines. That's why Truly Free Society staff is bringing you just a few news highlights of the week. Check out these news recommendations below.
News Highlights from Teresa Yanaros
5 Signs God Is Preparing You to Make a Good Soul Tie with Someone
by Mark Ballenger, March 21, 2021
The Biden Administration’s Mileage Tax Idea Is Not Just Stupid, It’s Elitist
by Elle Reynolds, March 30, 2021
3 Ways Elearning Is Disrupting the Education Industry
by Ademola Alex Adekunbi, March 30, 2021
News Highlights from Marcus Oujla
3 Signs God Is Preparing You to Overcome Your Fear of Abandonment
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EXCLUSIVE: Actor Kevin Sorbo discusses big tech censorship and cancel culture
by Ari Hoffman, March 14, 2021
The proven ways to stop taking things personally
by Blaz Koz
News Highlights from Arielle Wolfe-Fritz
9 OF THE BEST FANTASY MAPS IN BOOKS
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A new environmental education site for kids
by Mongabay.com, March 25 2021
Soft robotic dragonfly signals environmental disruptions
by Duke University, March 25, 2021
News Highlights from Teal Day
Drag Queen Story Hour Activist Arrested For Child Porn, Still Living With His Adopted Kids
by Katy Faust and Stacy Manning, March 25, 2021
The PRO Act Could Destroy Millions Of Women's Livelihoods
by Sarah R., March 24, 2021
Rapper Lil Nas X releases 'Satan shoes' with human blood in it, stars in music video giving lap dance to the Devil
by Paul Sacca, March 27, 2021
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Teresa Yanaros, a degreed journalist with a passion for uncovering the truth, has dedicated her life to investigating images and messages received through media outlets. Due to Teresa's experience with seeing just how deep the rabbit holes of online culture go, she is devoted to understanding the media effects of online subcultures upon their communities. Teresa is the founder of Truly Free Society.
Marcus Oujla is a researcher, knowledge seeker, and lover of the truth. He shares his passion for freedom and liberty through delivering impacting articles about pop culture, memes, and philosophy. Marcus brings his own piece of the puzzle to the Truly Free Society team. With a huge heart and gentle soul, he hopes to inform others while building them up. Marcus believes that we are all in this together.
Arielle Wolfe-Fritz, a creative writing enthusiast, researches anthropology and folklore. Through her captivating mini-docuseries, collaborations, and multi-media projects, she inspires people across the world to open their minds to the sociological, anthropological, and historical aspects of legends and folklore.
Teal Day, an adventurer aficionado, has traveled the world and lived quite the incredible gypsy life. She now shares her stories and insights as a means to inspire the masses to tap into their own ability to have fun and enjoy each and every moment of this winding road.
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