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Death is in the air. Unless you have been living in a cave for the past 12 months, you already know that this is true. Old people are dying, young people are dying, famous people are dying, and countless hard-working Americans that make up the backbone of our economy are dying. For months, I have been writing articles about "the mystery of the missing workers."
For the very first time in U.S. history, we have a severe shortage of able-bodied workers, and this is one of the biggest reasons why we are facing an unprecedented supply chain crisis today. Millions of Americans who were working prior to the pandemic seem to have "disappeared" from the system, and now it has become clear that a lot of them have simply died.
Before I discuss the new life insurance numbers that have been revealed, I want to do a quick review.
Marvin Rosenthal, a pastor, author and builder of the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, died on Jan. 8. He was 86.
Rosenthal was the founder of the missionary organization Zion's Hope, which bought land in Orlando in 1989 to help Rosenthal fulfill his dream of The Holy Land Experience. The Bible-based theme park opened in February 2001.
A Jew of Russian origin, Rosenthal became a Baptist pastor. He organized many trips to Israel to help witness to the Jews.
Thousands of people have descended on the nation's capital today for the 49th annual March for Life—an enormous rally in Washington, D.C., that, year after year, fails to garner mainstream media attention.
Faithwire senior writers Billy Hallowell and Tré Goins-Phillips were at the rally and hosted live coverage for CBN News.
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