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Early American History You Should Know…But Probably Don’t: John Adams

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John Adams, the mind of the American Revolution. It was with more than adequate reason that Founding Father Richard Stockton referred to John Adams as “the Atlas of American Independence.” Adams did ...

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What’s happening with my adult children?

Maybe you are a parent with teenagers or adult children that are living destructive lives.  Can you identify with this dad and mom? “Pastor Miller, thanks for coming over on short notice.  ...

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Can the church participate in political debate?

A public debate has started concerning the Kansas Supreme Court, who recently found the right to an abortion in the Kansas State Constitution. Is the church legally restricted from participating in the ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Will there be real football in Lawrence?

If you want to see just how bad football has been in Lawrence, just check out last year’s attendance numbers. The Jayhawks had 24,000 folks show up for their season opening loss ...

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Amnesty International gets political over guns

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Amnesty International has issued a “travel advisory” for would-be visitors to the United States, claiming that “rampant gun violence” has “become so prevalent in the United States that it amounts to a human rights ...

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The not-so golden silence of the Nigerian diaspora

In my comfy suburb of Washington, D.C. where I take care of my three beautiful girls, build my web-based media company and live my dream, there are no wild elephants as there ...

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America’s Founders left us the answer for the massacres

The horrific massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, are stark reminders that something is disturbingly amiss in American culture. Leftists will politicize these tragedies and use them as weapons against ...

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How one Christian birthed the nation’s WWI memorial

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Have you ever been to Longview Farm? Or visited the Kansas City Museum or the nation’s official WWI monument and museum, Liberty Memorial? Kansas City enjoys all these landmarks thanks to the generosity ...

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What Canada’s crackdown on religious liberty means to Americans

Religious liberty has been under attack in Canada for some time. This has led to many in the United States wondering if their own religious freedoms may be under assault, as well. ...

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Analysis: The debate over Food Stamp reform

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Conservatives are applauding the Trump administration for proposing new regulations that would save taxpayers $2.5 billion a year by ending food stamp benefits for an estimated 3 million people, by taking away ...

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Early American history you should know…but probably don’t

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Many in academia, the media and politics believe that separating us from American history and our Christian heritage is a necessary step in a campaign to move the country towards a “workers’ ...

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Learning Jewish Beginnings and Why Israel Matters: free classes July 29

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This Monday, July 29, you are invited to consider a five-week class on one of two critical topics for Christian (and Jewish) learning. Going into its 23rd year offering studies for Christians ...

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University of Alabama finds global warming temperatures manipulated

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No, the planet isn’t warming. That’s the assessment of some brave scientists who have looked at actual temperature recordings verses data found to have been manipulated. As exposed by the Australian press, climate change ...

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Media misusing 3 decade old video to tie Trump to Epstein

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News Analysis | Following the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein on charges of molesting underage girls and sex trafficking children, media organizations have tried to tie him to President Donald Trump. On July 17, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” ...

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Platforms vs. Publishers: The Big Tech War on the First Amendment

Media platforms and publishers are a big part of our lives, and they can have a huge influence on our culture. Recently YouTube pulled the plug on, or demonetized, many YouTube channels. ...

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Now Chris Pratt called racist for t-shirt choice

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Popular movie actor Chris Pratt has, you guessed it, been called a racist for wearing a t-shirt with a popular pre-Revolutionary War symbol. The conservative actor was slammed for wearing the historic ...

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‘Right to life’ in Bill of Rights protects the wrong people

The Kansas Court Supreme judges have changed the meaning of an important line in your Bill of Rights. These judges decided that Section One of the Bill of Rights in the Kansas ...

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CNN reports Antifa attack on reporter while others whitewash

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Antifa, a group of leftist terrorists, wants to violently shut down your opinion. Any ideas other than their own are not only wrong, they’re dangerous and must be stopped by, and I ...

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Gillibrand promotes bill backed by discredited Southern Poverty Law Center

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Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand is throwing her weight behind legislation that would have the government catalog hate crimes, something the FBI already does. But waste and redundancy are nothing new in ...

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Lay your burden down

There are millions of people carrying such heavy burdens all across our world.  They cannot sleep at night and wake up tired.  They have regular appointments with their counselors.  Their attempts at ...

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An afternoon of hate for Israel

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Jeff, are you a masochist? Why would you choose to spend a precious Sunday afternoon at a program featuring Jewish Voice for Peace, an anti-Israel group, that was sponsored by the public library ...

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America began in a covenant with God

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Covenants are viewed as the most sacred and binding of deals – an oath that’s never to be broken. America’s earliest settlers made a covenant with God to serve and proclaim Him ...

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Americans should worry that Britain ordered disabled woman to abort child

While the debate over abortion in our country rages around the issue of life vs. choice, many Americans may have missed the news that a British judge recently ruled a women under ...

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James Dobson letter explains his border investigation

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This week Dr. James Dobson visited the southern border and detention centers set up by the US government. Here is his report: Dear Friends, Several weeks ago, I was invited by White ...

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Medicaid expansion is a failure: Lots of spending, little benefit

Researchers from MIT and Harvard recently released a report concluding that Obamacare had a “clearly positive effect on access to and consumption of health care.” Nearly 16 million people gained coverage through Medicaid expansion while just ...

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