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White radio hosts asks blacks to comment on whites and Black Lives Matter

One of the great benefits of hosting a daily talk radio show for the last 12 years is that you learn a lot from your callers, gaining new and different perspectives. That’s ...

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Facemasks, virtue signaling and claiming the moral high ground

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Dozens of articles have been written pro and con relative to the wearing of facemasks. This is not one of those articles. People may be able to arrive at a conclusion they ...

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Here’s the NYT editorial by Sen. Tom Cotton the paper has now apologized for running and now called fascist

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[Editor’s Note: Last week, the New York Times asked Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton to write an editorial on the recent violent protests and rioting. Cotton wrote about the importance of protecting lives ...

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Did God send the coronavirus?

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Is the coronavirus a plague from God? …or from the devil? …or just a coincidence? Does it signal the end of the world? Or, is it a wake-up call for this world? ...

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How coronavirus has amplified the evolution of technology in business

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Recently, I was in a meeting — via video technology — with two coronavirus-frustrated entrepreneurs. They have a game-changing product, they’ve invested millions into it, and had the official rollout ready to ...

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Where you can find hope during coronavirus pandemic

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The title of a USA Today story read, “Holding on to hope in the coronavirus pandemic . . .”  The Wall Street Journal wrote in one article, the “world’s best hope is ...

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Israeli Sovereignty Is the Key to Lasting Peace

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Opinion: Sovereignty declaration over the Israeli heartland of Judea and Samaria could come as early as July 1. In the coming months, Israel is expected to apply its civilian law and administration ...

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Isolation, quarantine, executive orders and the constitution

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Overwhelmed by all the news coming out about the new coronavirus, including isolation, quarantine, executive orders and the like? This article attempts to place the coronavirus pandemic and recent executive orders by ...

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Rising optimism about economy bad news for Democrats in November

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Americans are famous for their optimism. What does that foretell for the economy and the 2020 election as the nation opens back up? The New York Times recently ran a piece declaring ...

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Letter to the Editor: Bill Gates and Vaccines

Why is Microsoft’s Bill Gates full throttle on keeping America locked down until he gets a vaccine for you? People are still shocked about who is behind the Invisible Enemy. Corona Virus/Covid ...

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Why reopening churches after COVID-19 will be hard

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Reopening our country will not be easy. And neither will be the reopening of churches across America. Most organizations are facing significant challenges brought on by the virus. Business owners feel overwhelmed ...

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Mother’s Day: The interesting history of our most celebrated holiday

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Mother’s Day is the one day a year when children make a point to visit their moms. Hanging baskets, cards, flowers, candy, a picnic, or some other special meal commemoration ensues. But ...

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VIEWPOINTS: What others are saying about reopening

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Last week, as areas of the country began reopening, United States Attorney General William Barr ordered federal prosecutors across the U.S. to identify coronavirus-related restrictions from state and local governments “that could ...

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God. Our only answer to the coronavirus

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Sunday, March 14, is when the coronavirus pandemic flipped upside down the religious world. Tens of thousands of churches suddenly closed their doors to worship services and moved to online platforms. For the first ...

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And stay out! Councilman says Samaritan’s Purse must leave New York City

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In his farewell address to the city at his Flushing Meadows crusade in 2005, the Rev. Billy Graham said, “I will be praying for New York every day when I leave here ...

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Topeka Capital-Journal cites discredited group to attack Alliance Defending Freedom

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When two churches filed suit in Federal Court against Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s Executive Order limiting the size of church gatherings, The Topeka Capital-Journal newspaper denounced as a hate group the Alliance ...

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Finding peace in the pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused disruptions in our lives at a level not experienced for generations. As a counselor, I have recently heard people describe feeling paralyzed, paranoid, hopeless, fearful about the ...

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Trump more like Churchill than critics want to admit

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British leader Winston Churchill, like President Donald Trump, had his critics and his foibles. It’s ironic and hypocritical that many on the left have been so desperate to criticize the President in ...

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Isaac Newton, creativity, and the Bubonic plague

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Who knew that 350 years after Isaac Newton and the Bubonic plague, he could be an example for how we  handle forced solitude during the coronavirus pandemic. In his 1993 book, “Don’t ...

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Pastors: Join this call to learn about your rights during COVID-19 crisis

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Pastors area asked to join a call with the Family Research Council and the nation’s top lawyers to learn about your rights and how the Trump administration is defending them against over-zealous ...

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Coronavirus cabin fever? Learn some history from your car

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With the continuing coronavirus pandemic, students may not return to finish the current school year. Can it possibly be an ideal time to learn history? It can! But wait. The museums are ...

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Quarantine and isolation can draw us closer to the Creator and family

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There is solidarity in hardship and isolation – even for a family. This is a lesson that has become clear to Americans over the past few weeks as communities form “militias of ...

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An Easter without going to church

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The pandemic has laid an egg on our worship. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a formal recommendation that public gatherings be postponed or canceled for the next eight weeks. For organizations ...

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Kansas Stay Home Order extended; Topeka attorney answers questions

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By Joe Patton:  (UPDATE: The governor has now extended the Kansas Stay Home Order to May 3)   If you listen to the news, it’s Armageddon. At Patton and Patton, Personal Injury Lawyers, ...

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Most Americans don’t see Democratic candidates as very religious

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Religion has been a topic of conversation during the Democratic presidential primary, and some candidates have pointed out how their religious beliefs have shaped their political positions. But Americans don’t consider the Democratic candidates ...

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