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Republicans trounce Democrats in Congressional baseball game

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The Republican red wave took place just as expected say commenters on social media. The GOP shut out the Democrats 10-0 in the annual Congressional Baseball game at Nationals Park in Washington ...

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Real-life Top Gun school founder says God-given discernment made it possible

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The movie “Top Gun: Maverick” is shattering box-office records this summer. The man who founded the real-life Top Gun school gives credit to God for his success. “When I look back at ...

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Why T-Mobile is feuding with Christian colleges

A fight over an FCC license has put a small Christian school at odds with cellphone giant T-mobile. The best decision Bob Harris, president of Christian College of Georgia, ever made for ...

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BRANSON CARES: How the entertainment industry is leading its community for global impact

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In the center of America’s heartland, Branson, Missouri, has embraced a mission to help children with severe disabilities across the globe through an initiative aptly titled BRANSON CARES. Dubbed “The Live Entertainment Capital ...

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How taxes on vaping are pushing more young people to cigarettes

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When the government tries to micromanage the everyday habits of millions of people, it doesn’t always go well, to put it mildly. The latest example of nanny-state meddling backfiring comes courtesy of ...

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The 5 top reasons to never eat farmed fish

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Farmed fish are growing in popularity with consumers because of cost but there are plenty of reasons to say no to all the problems that come with it. While it may seem ...

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Tributes continue for fallen NKC officer

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People from across Kansas City continue to make tributes to a fallen North Kansas City police officer.  The comments across social media and community groups come after metro-area residents gathered at Vineyard ...

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Harrisonville teacher sues district over firing a year ago

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A former Harrisonville science teacher is suing the school district, alleging it violated his civil rights when it fired him last summer. John Magoffin’s suit centers around the Harrisonville school board’s decision ...

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Judge halts Air Force from punishing members over religious exemptions

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A federal judge is ordering U.S. Air Force officials to stop punishing service members who are seeking religious exemptions over the covid vaccine. U.S. District Judge Matthew McFarland, a Trump appointee, entered a ...

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U.S. in recession after 2nd quarter GDP released

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The United States is in recession. The realization came Thursday morning after the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that GDP fell almost 1% in the second quarter. For the last 10 recessions, ...

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Tony Dow, who played Wally on ‘Leave It to Beaver,’ has died

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Tony Dow, one of television’s most iconic figures for his role in “Leave it to Beaver,” died Wednesday. The actor passed away while on hospice after it was announced his cancer had ...

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Judge rules in favor of Canadian pastor jailed for holding services during lockdown

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Artur Pawlowski, the Canadian pastor who was jailed for holding church services during Alberta’s pandemic lockdown, has won a major victory in court. An Alberta appeals court panel ruled that the health ...

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Judge halts Biden administration holding school food program hostage over transgender equity rules

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Attempts by the Biden administration to expand the definition of sex discrimination to include sexual orientation and gender identity have been blocked for now. The administration is threatening to withhold funding for ...

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Baltimore’s Soros-backed prosecutor defeated in Democrat primary

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Baltimore’s Marilyn Mosby is the latest progressive prosecutor to be defeated at the polls.  The George Soros-backed two-term incumbent lost the Democrat primary. Ivan Bates, a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor, ...

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China has “all your data” says Joe Rogan about TikTok

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Communist China, is collecting data from  TikTok users warns Joe Rogan. The social media platform with ties to the Chinese government continues to deny claims it has compromised the privacy and safety ...

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Letter to the Editor: Preston Smith for Jackson County Executive

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Dear Editor, If you’ve seen Preston Smith’s campaign signs and wonder who he is, he’s a true fiscal conservative running for Jackson County Executive. Preston is extremely knowledgeable about how property taxes ...

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OB-GYN who delivered 5,000 babies: Abortion is not health care and miscarriages are not abortions

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“Don’t let the sun set on an ectopic pregnancy” was an axiom we were taught the first week of OB-GYN residency – it’s as true today as it was before and after ...

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Jordan Peterson encourages churches to get back to business of saving souls            

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Churches should focus on saving souls before it’s too late, renowned psychologist Jordan Peterson shares in a “Message to the Christian Churches.” “It is, of course, completely presumptuous of me to dare ...

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Missouri representative Bush linked to antisemitic activist

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Rep. Cori Bush, a controversial Democrat from St. Louis, is under fire over antisemitic remarks made by an activist who once organized a fundraiser for her. Neeven Ayesh, who describes herself as ...

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12 inches and counting as rain deluges St. Louis region

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Large swaths of St. Louis remain under water after historic rainfall fell through Tuesday morning. Emergency officials are concerned that additional rain forecast for Wednesday will cause additional flooding. The rain broke ...

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Parents missed the LGBTQ curricula for decades

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Across the country, parents are reacting with shock and outrage as they discover what their kids are learning in school. These children are being indoctrinated by an aggressive, one-sided, radical LGBTQ+ curriculum, ...

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Plurality of Kansas voters support pro-life Value Them Both amendment

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Forty-seven percent of likely Kansas voters plan to vote in favor of the Value Them Both amendment on the August 2 ballot, a new poll found. Forty-three percent said they intend to ...

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17 states warn Google about censoring pro-life women’s clinics

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Google is being threatened with a lawsuit by 17 states if it censors pro-life crisis pregnancy centers in search results. A coalition of 17 attorneys general are organizing an anti-trust investigation against ...

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The real climate crisis: A look at Kansas City in 1936

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Daniel Fahrenheit invented the thermometer in 1709. So, before that the nature of temperature was a hot or cold day. It is said that on the hottest day in Germany, the temperature ...

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Frightened thieves return relic said to contain the blood of Christ

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In what seemed like a scene straight out of “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” thieves in France have returned a stolen relic that is said to contain the blood of Christ. The ...

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