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Ben Carson calls critical race theory “garbage”

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Ben Carson overcame poverty and racism to become a renowned neurosurgeon and a member of President Trump’s cabinet. In a recent interview with Newsmax, he called critical race theory “a bunch of ...

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Activists hang ‘God Bless Abortions’ banner on Christ of the Ozarks statue

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Pro-abortion activists last week hung a banner reading “God Bless Abortions” from the Christ of the Ozarks statue in Eureka Springs, Ark. Indecline, an activist art collective started in 2001, draped the ...

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Biblical judge Gideon named in newly discovered inscription

A rare 3,100-year-old inscription was discovered during excavations in southern Israel and is linked to the biblical judge Gideon. The partial inscription, written in ink on a small pottery jug, was recovered ...

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Disney changing name of ‘Star Wars’ LEGO ship to be politically correct

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Political correctness is spreading to a “galaxy far, far away.” Disney is forcing a name change for Boba Fett’s ship, “Slave I,” in a move that has Star Wars fans mocking the ...

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Protection orders in Missouri now include social media, pets

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Protection orders in Missouri were strengthened under a new law signed by Gov. Mike Parson last week. SB 71, which was sponsored by Sens. Elaine Gannon and Holly Rehder and Rep. Lane ...

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Presbyterian Church in America supports biblical sexuality at General Assembly

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Pastors and church leaders who identify as gay are not qualified for ordination, the Presbyterian Church in America said in an overture passed during its General Assembly last week. An overture is ...

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Church wins lawsuit over Washington DC Covid restrictions

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A church in the nation’s capital has been awarded $220,000 over limits on gatherings during Covid. Capitol Hill Baptist Church (CHBC) filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Washington DC restrictions that a ...

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Hollywood in the heartland: Major entertainment studio coming to Missouri

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Missouri leaders this week announced plans to build the largest entertainment production services and rehearsal facility of its kind in the nation. The 32-acre, $111 million Gateway Studios development near St. Louis will include ...

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‘Summer of Soul’ and “Mysterious Benedict Society’ lead July streaming

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A wide variety of entertainment options for July include Gladys Knight and the Pips in Summer of Soul to The Mysterious Benedict Society. It’s not easy finding a television series the whole ...

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500 Nigerian students kidnapped by Islamists in last month

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Desperate parents are holding a 24/7 prayer vigil outside a Nigerian school where 140 of students were kidnapped by Muslim extremists. In an emotional scene, the weary moms and dads can be ...

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Is government killing private daycare?

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As the government steadily assumes responsibility for services previously provided by the private sector, small businesses shutter. It is hard for enterprising individuals to compete with widespread, “free” (i.e., taxpayer-funded) government offerings ...

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Nike cut Olympic athlete’s funding 70% when they learned she was pregnant

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So much for empowering women. Nike and other companies have been outed for their treatment of female Olympic athletes as the games begin this month. At that level of competition, the stakes ...

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Americans now lonelier than ever as number of friends declines

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The United States is becoming a lonely place according to a new study on friends. Americans now report they have the fewest close friends since the early 1990s. While most demographics are ...

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Lebanese society on verge of collapse, says its prime minister

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Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab warned on Tuesday that the country is in dire crisis and set to explode, and called on the international community to help. “Lebanon is a few days ...

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First Christians in Iran sentenced under brutal new law

Morning Star News reports the first Christians to be punished under a newly amended law in Iran aimed at halting the growth of Christianity and other religious groups were sentenced to five years ...

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China, digital currency, and the ‘mark of the beast’ linked says CEO

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China is on the cusp of launching a digital currency that will give the communist regime total control over the Chinese people. The move has huge implications for the rest of the ...

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IRS backs down, gives prayer ministry tax-exempt status

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The IRS is backtracking after initially denying tax-exempt status to a Texas prayer organization. Stephen K. Martin, director of exempt organization rulings and agreements, had earlier cited a claim that prayer and ...

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Phoenix Suns Coach Monty Williams perseveres to lead team to NBA finals

The Phoenix Suns have reached the finals of the NBA playoffs for the first time in nearly three decades. Many credit the leadership of Monty Williams, their Christian head coach. “The essence ...

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Mumford & Sons band member quits following left-wing attacks over comments

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A prominent member of the band Mumford & Sons has left the group because of political correctness. In a newly published post on Medium, Winston Marshall said he “failed to foresee that my ...

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Trump files major lawsuit against Big Tech over free speech

Facebook, Twitter and Google are the defendants in a censorship lawsuit being brought by Donald Trump, it was announced Wednesday. The 45th President said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, ...

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Religious and spiritual freedom examined in Magna Carta exhibit

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The Bible and the Magna Carta are two of the most important writings in human history. The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is examining their relationship in a new exhibit ...

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State job growth linked to political party in power

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A study by personal finance company Wallet Hub finds all 10 states with the worst job growth have policies led by Democrat governors. All states with the best job growth are Republican-led ...

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South Korea accepts Israeli vaccine doses that Palestinians turned down

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Palestinian leaders have lost the opportunity to immediately vaccinate residents after refusing Israel’s offer of a vaccine swap. Now South Korea says it will take the 700,000 doses from Israel. Under the ...

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Condo death toll rises with no survivors found in 13 days

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The death toll at a collapsed condo high-rise has risen to 36 with rescuers losing hope they will discover additional survivors. No one has been rescued alive since the first hours after ...

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Teachers union pledges to teach critical race theory in all 50 states

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The National Education Association, which is the largest teachers union in the nation, has pledged to teach critical race theory in more than 14,000 school districts in all 50 states. They’re also ...

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