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Biden now says al-Qaeda could come back after U.S. retreat

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After originally, and on numerous occasions, denying that al-Qaeda could strengthen in Afghanistan, President Joe Biden, now says it’s possible. He made the comments on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 ...

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Pelosi to bring legislation codifying Roe v. Wade to House floor

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing legislation that would legalize abortion without limitations nationwide and overturn hundreds of state abortion restrictions, including Texas’ new fetal heartbeat ban. Pelosi made the remarks hours ...

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College of the Ozarks fighting policy that mandates coed housing

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The College of the Ozarks near Branson is leading a fight over government policy prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The Biden policy forces colleges, including private Christian colleges, ...

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UK ditches plans for vaccine passports after outcry

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The UK has canceled plans to mandate vaccine passports for pubs and public events across the country. The announcement was made by UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid on Sunday. It comes after ...

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Our readers share their memories of September 11

For the 20th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, Metro Voice asked our readers for their memories of that morning. For most, the images remain difficult. They still create a pit ...

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Production of The Great Divorce, a C.S. Lewis classic, is Saturday

Most are familiar with the well-known works of C.S. Lewis. In addition to writing children’s classics like The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe he also authored works that delve into Heaven and ...

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K-LOVE listeners raise money for 400 Convoy of Hope hurricane relief trucks

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K-LOVE listeners across the country raised enough money for Convoy of Hope to send the equivalent of more than 400 trucks filled with relief supplies to survivors of Hurricane Ida. “In their ...

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Democrats spar with Missouri Governor over removal of homosexual history exhibit

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The war of words over a homosexual exhibit at the Missouri Capitol is heating up. Gov. Mike Parson said it was taken down after he received complaints and because it wasn’t approved ...

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Biden vaccine mandate for 100 million Americans called “dangerous”

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In an unprecedented move that is sure to find its way to the U.S. Supreme Court, President Joe Biden has initiated a vaccine mandate on 100 million Americans. “This is not about ...

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Parents need to do their homework when choosing a preschool

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As kids head off to elementary schools, many parents are seeking a preschool for their younger children. As in all major decisions, two rules apply: begin the search early and ask many ...

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Supreme Court stops execution of inmate denied pastor’s touch

The Supreme Court has halted the execution of a Texas death row inmate who had requested his pastor be allowed to lay hands on him in the execution chamber. The inmate, John ...

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“We will not comply” has a proud history in America’s social struggles

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In response to the COVID-19 lockdowns and mandates, the phrase “we will not comply” and sentiments of civil disobedience have become increasingly popular. Parents at school board meetings have been chanting the ...

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President Biden’s approval rating continues to plunge in polls

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Fewer than four in 10 Americans approve of the job President Joe Biden is doing according to the latest polls. A new Economist/YouGov poll found that Biden’s approval ratings “on his handling ...

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‘Show Me the Father’ movie explores good, and bad, parenting

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How do you think of your father?  With love, happiness and respect?  With fear, misery and anger?  Your relationship with your dad can influence your self-image and success.  The Show Me the ...

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Biden may announce national vaccine mandate today

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In a speech today, President Joe Biden could announce federal efforts to force vaccinations on Americans. White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday asserted that new restrictions and a mandate could ...

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Biden forces out Trump appointees to U.S. military academies

Board members serving U.S. military service academies are being fired or forced to resign by the Biden administration because many were appointed by Donald Trump. They include well-respected generals and a female ...

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Atheist elected president of chaplains at Harvard

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The newest president of chaplains at Harvard University doesn’t believe in God. Greg Epstein, an atheist and humanist chaplain who says he doesn’t look to God but people for answers, was elected ...

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Crock-Pot remains popular 50 years after its debut in Kansas City

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Chili in the Crock-Pot is as much a part of fall as cooler weather and football games. The popular appliance can trace its roots to Kansas City. Before the Crock-Pot was a ...

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Public-private partnership leads to more than 100 human trafficking arrests

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A local Kansas City area organization, DeliverFund, provided support to a multistate operation to stop human trafficking. Operation United Front resulted in 102 arrests and the rescue of 47 victims and sex ...

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Former Chiefs player retires from NFL to become a pastor

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Offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski, who won a Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2020, is retiring from football to become a pastor. He also won a Super Bowl with the ...

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Texas heartbeat law could affect pending pro-life legislation in Missouri

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The new pro-life heartbeat law in Texas could have repercussions in Missouri. The law prohibits abortion after a heartbeat is detected, typically around six weeks. “The Missouri Times” reviewed several pro-life measures ...

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1776 Action designates September as Patriotic Education Month

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September has been designated Patriotic Education Month by 1776 Action, an organization influenced by former President Donald Trump. The objective is to counter false and misleading accounts of American history in schools. ...

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California, Los Angeles settle with John MacArthur’s church for $800K

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California is paying a steep price for the way it treated John McArthur’s Grace Community Church during the lockdown. The state and the city of Los Angeles have agreed to pay $800,000 ...

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Major religious groups and their stand on vaccinations

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As the debate over COVID19 vaccinations continues, some people cite religious beliefs as a reason not to take the shot. Most religions have no prohibition against vaccinations, although some have considerations, concerns ...

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Texas’ strategy on abortion really invented by the Left

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As I write these words, Texas is virtually abortion-free. No, Roe v Wade was not overturned. Nor has Texas padlocked Planned Parenthood’s clinics. Rather, abortionists have closed their doors for fear of being sued. Here’s ...

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