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A coffee shop promotes reconciliation and Chuck Colson explains how abortion will end: Three ways to bring peace today

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If you and someone with whom you disagree politically are willing to discuss your disputes over a cup of coffee, you’re in luck.

The owners of Pax & Beneficia Coffee in Irving, Texas, are concerned that in our politically divisive days, “we are quick to demonize and dehumanize the other side.” So they have a solution: anyone who buys a cup of coffee with someone of an opposing view will get a free cup. 

One of the owners notes, “Regardless of the outcome of the election and which side of the aisle you’re on, the nation still needs to heal, now more than ever.” 

A cell network on the moon 

You and I live in amazing times. 

I learned recently that the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world for forty years; now it doesn’t make the top forty. Starman, the dummy riding a cherry-red Tesla Roadster through space, has just zipped past Mars. 

A NASA spacecraft touched the surface of an asteroid some two hundred million miles from Earth. Scientists engineered the spacecraft to bring samples with it when it returns to our planet in 2023. 

And the space agency has chosen Nokia to build the first-ever cellular network on the moon. Putting 4G connectivity there could support lunar communications at greater distances and is part of NASA’s plan to establish a long-term human presence on the moon by 2030. 

The six stages of world empires 

Despite the remarkable scientific advances of our day, human nature has not changed. Novelist Franz Kafka testified, “I am free, and that is why I am lost.” Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer observed, “You are free to do what you want, but you are not free to want what you want.” 

All our technological progress has not and cannot change the fact that you and I are fallen people living in a fallen world. 

Cal Thomas’ new book, America’s Expiration Date, is subtitled The Fall of Empires and Superpowers . . . and the Future of the…

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