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Driven by God to speak up on social issues

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This is an often-asked question, “Should a pastor or other Christians address cultural or social issues or just keep focused on the gospel?” Sometimes speaking on culturally touchy subjects can cause division, ...

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Democrats consider permanent military-style barrier around Capitol

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Congressional Democrats are considering a permanent, military-style barrier around the U.S. Capitol. In addition 7,000 National Guard soldiers and airmen will stay another month in the city and 5,000 troops will thereafter ...

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You are essential

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When the pandemic hit in 2020, an odd term became part of our common vernacular: “essential worker.” As some states implemented massive shutdowns, many people were forced to stay home — whether ...

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The U.N. confirms: The U.S. doesn’t need the Paris Climate Accords

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The United Nations has released its Emissions Gap Report 2020, which gauges a country’s contribution to greenhouse gas and carbon emissions. The data has put President Joe Biden in an awkward position ...

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How should we respond to the Ravi Zacharias scandal?

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In the aftermath of the shocking and tragic news about the sex scandal involving Ravi Zacharias, someone wrote me asking, “Would you consider writing something in regards to the Ravi scandals? I ...

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How the cancel culture stifles creativity

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We saw it during the Super Bowl on Sunday, as many of the commercials fell flat. We saw it with the cancelling of the Washington Redskins name, only to replace it with ...

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Helen Keller and her remarkable friendship with Mark Twain

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Helen Keller was 14 years old when she first met the world-famous Mark Twain in 1894. They became fast friends. He helped arrange for her to go to college at Radcliffe where ...

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Perfect peace in the midst of troubling times

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In 1555, Nicholas Ridley was burned at the stake because of his witness for Christ. On the night before Ridley’s execution, his brother offered to stay with him in his prison cell ...

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To Christians who voted for Biden: Did you not see this coming?

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For the last four years, those of us who voted for Donald Trump and who identify as committed followers of Jesus have been asked incessantly, “How could you vote for him? If ...

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Dear conservative, corporations are not your friends

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Over the past three decades, the Left-Right debate in America has been full of oddities and contradictions. Perhaps the strangest of them all has been the conservative movement’s devotion to the interests ...

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Letter to the Editor: Why does President Biden have a Power of Attorney?

Dear editor: Millions of people watched Joe Biden on major news networks holding press conferences in his basement. President Trump referred to Joe Biden as “low energy,” “sleepy Joe” and other acronyms ...

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USA Today subtly encourages retailers to drop MyPillow

Media outlets like USA Today are seemingly putting pressure on retailers to drop MyPillow. Mike Lindell, the latest victims of the cancel culture, has already seen his linen line dropped by Kohl’s, ...

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Ely Parker: An American Indian’s lesson of unity in a divided country

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Ely Parker (born Hasanoanda, later known as Donehogawa) was born in 1828 to Elizabeth and William Parker of the Tonawanda Seneca tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy in western New York. Parker became ...

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The left wants to eliminate competing ideas

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It was President Dwight Eisenhower who once wrote that “in a democracy debate is the breath of life.” Today, it seems as if the left wants to snuff that breath out. Competing ...

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Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King

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“A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is out of harmony with the moral law.” –Dr. Martin Luther ...

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In letter to public, Sen. Josh Hawley explains why he objected to electoral votes

Last week, I objected during the Joint Session count of electoral votes in order to have a debate on the issue of election integrity. My objection proceeded according to the letter of ...

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Letter to the editor: Covid-19 tester has more lives than morris the cat

In May 2020 a letter to the editor in Metro Voice titled, “Bill Gates & Vaccines,” blew the lid off what was really going on with the “Invisible Enemy Corona Virus” and ...

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WATCH: Dinesh D’Souza looks at Twitter’s reasons for banning Trump

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Conservative author, documentarian, and commentator Dinesh D’Souza examines Twitter’s interpretation of the two tweets by President Donald Trump which the big tech behemoth used as an excuse to ban him. Dinesh D’Souza ...

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To Michelle Obama: No, Trump should not be banned from social media for life

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It’s one thing to debate whether Twitter and Facebook were right to block President Trump’s account in the immediate aftermath of the storming of the Capitol on Tuesday. I would argue that ...

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The story of Ignatius provides guidance for completing 2021 resolutions

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Can a 15th-century Spanish nobleman named Ignatius offer lessons for succeeding at fulfilling our New Year resolutions? Making and breaking resolutions is a familiar and discouraging annual ritual for many people. Almost ...

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Amazing 45 pro-life new members of the House sworn in

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Understandably, almost the entirety of the news coming out of yesterday’s swearing in of the new members of the House of Representatives was the very narrow margin by which Nancy Pelosi kept ...

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How childhood play enriches education

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When I was a kid, my parents let me play. I grew up homeschooled, so I had more time than other kids—the bulk of which was spent running wild. I did do ...

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College student finds there is no mercy in today’s cancel culture

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It is one thing when, as an adult, you are held accountable for the choices you make, especially if you are unrepentant. It is another thing when, as a new college student, ...

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End of the year is a good time for a financial review and tune-up

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People who are home with a little free time between now and the end of the year may want to get a handle on personal finances for 2021. CBN News made these ...

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Christmas and the Pursuit of Truth

In today’s world, does truth still matter?   “Passion for truth.”  That is what I wrote down in my Bible some years ago after reading Luke 1:1-4.  This is the beginning section of ...

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