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Leftwing groups plan protests following November 3 election

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Leftwing protestors have posted their plans “to make sure Trump leaves the White House” by any means necessary should he lose next week’s election. “The Federalist” and Forbes have found recently discovered ...

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National Guard called up as Philadelphia looted, burned for second night

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After a second night in which hundreds of businesses in Philadelphia and even its suburbs were looted and burned, the Pennsylvania National Guard has been mobilized to control the riots. The violence ...

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Kanye West to launch gospel music university

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Aspiring singers will get a boost from Kanye West who is launching a gospel music university. West made the announcement on “The Joe Rogan Experience”  Saturday. West talked for nearly three hours ...

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Actor Christ Pratt under fire for Christian beliefs

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Actor Chris Pratt of “Guardians of the Galaxy” fame is under attack for his Christian faith. Pratt began trending alongside his fellow famous “Chrises”: Chris Pine, Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth. One ...

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Baptist leaders respond to pope’s call for same-sex civil unions

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Southern Baptist leaders have responded with scripture to Pope Francis’s call for same-sex civil unions. “Homosexuals have a right to be a part of the family,” the pope said in a documentary. ...

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American sports, role models and culture

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Nearly 30 years ago, in a 1993 Nike commercial, professional basketball legend Charles Barkley fired the first shot at the “role model” concept popularized by Columbia University sociologist Robert K. Merton in ...

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Does Joe Biden really advocate sterilizing transgender children?

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Based on presidential candidate Joe Biden’s answer to a townhall question on Thursday night, it is only fair to ask: “Mr. Biden, do you advocating sterilizing children who identify as transgender?” During ...

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What can a mouse utopia teach us about socialism and welfare?

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One of the more famous ethologists in recent decades was John B. Calhoun, best known for his mouse experiments in the 1960s. To what extent do the mouse utopia lessons apply to ...

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Amy Coney Barrett attacked for using ‘sexual preference’ as dictionary changes definition

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Political correctness is changing the language faster than most people can keep up with it. Amy Coney Barrett found this out during her confirmation hearings when she used the word “preference” instead ...

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Local churches partner with police for Faith and Blue initiative

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Several area churches are teaming up with police in a community outreach effort. It’s part of a national initiative called “Faith and Blue,” which aims to improve community relationships through collaboration with ...

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County voters to decide fate of Andrew Jackson statues at courthouses

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Donald Trump is not the only president on the November ballot. Jackson County voters also will decide the outcome of Question 2: “Shall Jackson County, Missouri, remove the statues of Andrew Jackson ...

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Tucker Carlson calls Harris ‘most secular candidate ever to run’

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson is not buying the claims of faith by vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. “First of all, Joe Biden and I are both people of faith,” Harris said ...

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‘God working in their hearts’: Zimbabwean Sophie Lancaster has cure for racial ills

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As the daughter of businessman Sphinx Tsikirayi and diplomat Eve Tsikirayi, native Zimbabwean Sophie M. Lancaster has traveled the world, including living for years in Australia and Japan while growing up. But ...

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Justices Thomas and Alito criticize Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage

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The opening day of the new Supreme Court session had a few fireworks. Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito criticized the decision to turn down a case involving a county clerk who ...

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Law professor attributes soaring homicide rates to “Minneapolis effect”

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Homicides are spiking in major cities across the United States because of what a law professor at the University of Utah calls the “Minneapolis effect.” “These spikes are remarkably large, suddenly appearing ...

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More than 1,300 children rescued since 2016 according to US Marshals

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More than 1,300 children have been rescued from sex traffickers and others under President Donald Trump’s directive to the U.S. Marshals Service and FBI. The youngest victim was just two-years-old. The effort ...

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Fired teacher who questioned gender studies sues Christian school

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After sharing two Facebook posts that questioned gender fluidity, a teacher at a British Christian school has been fired. She’s now suing her former employer for alleged discrimination and harassment on the ...

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Ultra-Orthodox Jews and Israel’s future survival

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For Israel, a clash of cultures involving ultra-Orthodox Jews and the less religious threatens society. Following the signing of agreements at the White House normalizing relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates ...

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Clergy of Color group slams Harris for praising Black Lives Matter organization

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Not all African Americans support the Black Lives Matter agenda. Conservative Clergy of Color, a coalition of African-American pastors who say they were called to bring a new perspective to the nation’s ...

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United Methodist pastor demands changing denomination’s “racist” logo            

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The cancel culture may be coming for the logo of the United Methodist Church. The cross and flame -— two red flames intertwined with a thin, black cross — is racist, according ...

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Focus on the Family will share powerful pro-life event on Saturday

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The issue of abortion is front and center as the presidential race heats up and President Donald Trump appoints the successor to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “See Life 2020,” on online event ...

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When noted journalists bashed political polls

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Poll-bashing – the aggressive, even extreme lambasting of pollsters and their work – used to be blood sport among prominent American journalists. Mike Royko, one of Chicago’s most famous, if cantankerous, journalists, was ...

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Mike Pompeo tells Christians to remain diligent in prayer

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo encourages Christians to focus on their faith and remain diligent in prayer. “We should be mindful of our responsibility, our duty, our obligation and our capacity to ...

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Louisville police officers shot as riots break out overnight

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Riots spread to several cities across the nation overnight with two Louisville, Ky. police officers being shot. The riots were in response the jury verdict over the death of Breonna Taylor. The ...

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Bar owner charged for shooting looter, commits suicide

The protests have taken another life after a Nebraska bar owner who shot an alleged looter who attacked him during rioting committed suicide on Sunday. Jake Gardner fatally shot James Scurlock, 22, ...

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