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Governors want vaccine mandate lifted on visitors to U.S.

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Republican governors are asking the White House to end vaccine mandates for international visitors to the United States. The U.S. restrictions were imposed by President  Joe Biden in October 2021. Seventeen Republican ...

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Parents with shifting political beliefs expected to be powerful voting bloc in November

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Although many political experts expect inflation and abortion to drive voting decisions in this fall’s midterm elections, parents will have a big say in which party controls Congress. “The New York Times” ...

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Can we keep our children in the Church for life?

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For thirty years the answer has been “NO”. For each of those years, nearly all protestant denominations have lost 70-86% of the children raised in the church (Barna research and many others). ...

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Cocktail napkin among items taken in FBI raid at Trump home

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A baseball bat and cocktail napkin are among items taken by FBI agents from Mar-A-Lago according to records and video. The heavy-handed raid is uniting those on the left and right concerning ...

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Music, rides, livestock and Casting Crowns on tap as Missouri State Fair opens this week in Sedalia

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Summer is winding down, but the fun is about to start at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. The popular event opens on Thursday. The celebration of Missouri’s agriculture, which dates to ...

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Both left and right say raid on Trump home dangerous for American democracy

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Legal experts and politicians from the right and left are questioning the legality of the FBI’s raid on the Florida home of former President Donald Trump. The FBI action was “outrageous and ...

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Missouri teachers share frustrations over low pay, short staffs during state hearing

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Teachers in Missouri schools may be in short supply this fall. The issue of teacher recruitment and retention “is literally the train coming at us through the tunnel,” said Rebeka McIntosh, a ...

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Town votes to defund library over sexually-explicit children’s book

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After a library system in Michigan refused to remove sexually-explicit children’s books, the town overwhelmingly voted to defund the library. Jamestown, Michigan Library Board President Larry Walton doubled down on his decision ...

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Sermon on the mound: New Royals pitcher wears Bible-themed glove

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Pitcher Luke Weaver of the Kansas City Royals, who was acquired in a recent trade, wears his faith on his glove. His self-designed “Bible glove”, which resembles the binding of an old ...

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University of Kansas offering course in “Angry White Male Studies”

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Families planning to send their kids to the University of Kansas this fall may want to take a close look at the course offerings. “Angry White Male Studies” will examine the rise ...

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IRS will be larger than the Pentagon under Democrat bill passed without any Republicans

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The IRS is about to become the largest federal agency after Democrats pass what they call the Inflation Reduction Act. The bill includes adding an additional 87,000 IRS bureaucrats making it larger ...

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Sending your kid to school will cost a lot more this year

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Although back-to-school shopping is always expensive, parents this year must cope with the highest inflation in four decades. That’s in addition to real wages falling and expected higher taxes. As the cost ...

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Stop having sex, CDC tells gay men in attempt to stem monkeypox

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Just days after the Biden administration issued a monkeypox public health emergency, the CDC is telling homosexual men to halt sexual activity. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on ...

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Atheist group takes exception to Justice Alito’s speech on religious freedom

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Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito recently gave a speech discussing religious liberty and the importance of helping nonbelievers see its value. Atheists were not amused. Speaking at a recent conference ...

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As monkeypox spreads in homosexual community, Feds declare health emergency

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The Biden administration on Thursday declared Monkeypox a “public health emergency.” But while the disease is spreading, officials confirm it is primarily targeting sexually active homosexual men and those in close physical ...

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Ron Sider died July 27: Here’s why it matters

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Ron Sider was an Evangelical Christian caught in the political crossfire and his voice will be missed. It was the kind of John Paul II quotation that was powerful and prophetic — ...

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Trailer for Amazon’s ‘The Rings of Power’ series thrills Tolkien fans

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Amazon has released the action-packed new trailer for “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” a highly-anticipated series based on the bestselling books by Christian author J. R. R. Tolkien. ...

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Why handwritten diaries are still relevant

The first time I taught a college course called “The London Diary” for young Americans studying abroad back in 2002, each student ended up with a tangible book of memories, a handwritten ...

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Living in hostile environments, people share how Sat-7 satellite programs bring hope

Christian satellite television ministries like SAT-7 have grown significantly over the years. Some may ask themselves, “Do they make a difference?” The broadcast and online media ministry of SAT-7 offers current event ...

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Back-to-school supplies are tax-free this weekend

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Soaring inflation is making it more difficult for families to get their kids ready to go back to school later this month. They will get some much-needed relief this weekend during Missouri’s ...

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First known depiction of biblical heroines Jael and Deborah uncovered in Israel

The earliest known depiction of biblical heroines Jael and Deborah was discovered at an ancient synagogue in Israel, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced in July. A rendering of one ...

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Car crash kills Indiana Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, three others

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A car crash has taken the life of Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski. The popular Republican represented Indiana’s 2nd Congressional district since 2013.  She died with two others in her vehicle in Elkhart ...

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National Review columnist from Kansas puts defeat of Value Them Both into perspective

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Pro-life Americans may be discouraged after the defeat of the proposed Value Them Both amendment in Kansas on Tuesday. Ramesh Ponnuru, a native Kansan and senior editor of “National Review,” wrote a ...

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Herschel Walker says racist critic on MSNBC “needs Jesus”

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Herschel Walker, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Georgia, has turned the other cheek to an MSNBC contributor who suggested he was one of the “negroes” who would do what ...

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“Onslaught of misinformation” defeated Value Them Both amendment, say supporters

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The constitutional amendment in Kansas was defeated in Tuesday’s election. Amendment 2, named “Value Them Both,” aimed to overturn a controversial Kansas Supreme Court decision in 2019 that declared access to abortion ...

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