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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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The strange greatness of Donald Trump

With the Democrats still trying to throw a Hail-Mueller Pass with time out on the scoreboard and with the economy humming, it’s time to confront the central issue: “Has Donald Trump been an awful, OK, or ...

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12 practical steps for protecting children from sexual abuse

The Metro Voice’s recent articles (see links below) on child molestation provide detailed descriptions of how pedophiles and child molesters think and act as described by members of law enforcement. Here is ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Alone time

Alone time – Years and countless nights were spent helping prepare my son for sleep from the comforts of our sturdy rocking chair. We may have outgrown the ability to snuggle comfortably ...

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Anxiety: Can we beat it?

In my 32 years of practice I have found that anxiety has continued to increase, affecting people who seldom would have wrestled with it in years past. A certain amount of anxiety ...

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What is a Real Man?

What is a real man? Esquire magazine published the article, “How to be a Man.” The author wrote a series of proverbs on manliness.  One stated, “A man knows how to lose ...

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How liberalism destroyed education and how to fix it

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In 1953, historian and educator Hilda Neatby ignited controversy by publishing “So Little for the Mind: An Indictment of Canadian Education.” She wanted to know why otherwise bright high school students entering ...

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Memorial Day: They sacrificed their tomorrows

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Memorial Day This weekend, we celebrate Memorial Day, which was initiated to commemorate and memorialize our nation’s war dead, those men and women who gave their last full measure of devotion to ...

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Why have we become numb to demonic entertainment?

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Why is it that a kid wearing a MAGA hat smiling at a Native American drumming in his face can become a national scandal, but a mainstream performance can have a performer ...

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Founding Fathers: Without virtue there is no freedom

The Founding Fathers believed one thing was absolutely essential to a free society: virtue. Sometimes the term they used was “self-government.” What did it mean? Informed by thousands of years of philosophy ...

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I was conceived in rape; I’m the 1% they exploit to justify 100% of abortions

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Missouri. Iowa. Kentucky. Mississippi. Ohio. Georgia. Alabama. What do these states have in common? Courage and compassion. They’ve passed Heartbeat bills (Missouri and Louisiana are on their way), banning the brutal act ...

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Letter to the Editor: Times Square Witness

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor, A few days ago there was a prolife event in Times Square, New York where legislation against the unborn is currently at its most harsh. There ...

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How child molesters think and act and how to protect children from them

As previously reported in the Metro Voice, scandals involving child molesters are rampant. The release of the documentary, Leaving Neverland, recently has increased the national conversation about pedophilia and child molestation. A ...

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The cure for our culture of contempt: Love your enemies

New York Times bestselling author and economist Arthur C. Brooks says America is being ripped apart by bitterness and contempt, fomented by public bullies and self-interested leaders – but following the plan ...

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Why God? Why?

I was recently visiting with some high school seniors and asked them what their classmates thought about God.  “They’re sometimes confused,” they said.  I asked them to explain. “They see bad things ...

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Untold history and Germany’s invasion of Russia

There is a great deal about the history of World War II that has missed our history books. Like how the Soviet Union waited until the day before VJ Day to declare ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Promised victory

Last month I wrote about a little boy who maintained a countenance of joy and hope, even when met with constant defeat along the way. A boy who aspires to be a ...

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A critique of the Kansas Supreme Court decision finding a “right” to abortion in state Constitution

The verdict the Kansas Supreme Court was going to render was as tardy as it was predictable. (The decision was held for two years, until after the Kansas governorship election.) On a 6-1 ...

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Jerrold Nadler: another socialist in Congress

Jerrold Nadler, the socialist we will be exposing may surprise many people that really do not know who they elected. Let us hope that becomes true so we can get rid of ...

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Is this Indiana mayor who espouses faith the new Obama?

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ANALYSIS. More than a decade ago, a man by the name of Barack Obama burst onto the political scene with charisma and communication skills that propelled him to the presidency. Part of ...

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Encourage Gov. Kelly to sign the Abortion Pill Reversal Notification bill

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Kansans for Life’s top legislative priority this year has been passed by both the Kansas House and Senate and is now on its way to Governor Laura Kelly as of April 15, ...

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Constitution under siege: The Electoral College battle

“Every vote should count.” To many that sounds fair. It sounds right. But is it? “The Electoral College is wrong. The person who gets the most votes should be president.” Does that ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Defeat

My little guy is entering the third season of his soccer career. With current aspirations to be a famous soccer player when he grows up, this is a big deal in our ...

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EXAMINING OUR VALUE Part III: Where does our true value lie?

I was standing by the main doors of the Topeka Rescue Mission, preparing to meet with a large group of leaders who were interested in learning more about the value of our ...

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‘Leaving Neverland’ stirs controversy, discussion of abuse

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On March 3 and 4 HBO premiered a four-hour, two-part feature documentary titled Leaving Neverland. The film features two men, now in their 30s, Wade Robson and James Safechuck. They allege Jackson ...

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