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Tony Dungy defends athletes who stand for national anthem

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Tony Dungy is defending athletes who choose to stand for the national anthem. Dungy discussed the decision by Jonathan Isaac of the NBA’s Orlando Magic to stand during the anthem. Up until ...

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Adultery: Pastors disagree over how long fellow pastors should stay out of the pulpit

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When a pastor commits adultery, most of their fellow pastors believe they should withdraw from public ministry for at least some time. A new survey of U.S. Protestant pastors by Nashville-based LifeWay Research finds ...

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Top MSNBC producer resigns, exposes network as ‘cancer’ stoking ‘division’

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An MSNBC producer is blowing the whistle on the network’s agenda to divide the nation. Ariana Pekary penned a damning resignation letter Monday comparing broadcast news to a “cancer” that is stoking national ...

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Oregon Christian college students stand firm against protestors attacking cross on campus

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Students at New Hope Christian College in Eugene, Ore., last week stood up to protestors who wanted to deface and tear down a cross that has been on the small private Christian ...

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Evangelicals for Trump event warns of radical Democrat agenda

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Leading evangelicals spoke about the upcoming presidential election at an event called “Evangelicals For Trump — Praise, Prayer and Patriotism,” which was held in July in Alpharetta, Ga. The event featured prominent ...

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Condoleezza Rice calls out liberals for racial assumptions about black Americans

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Liberals are wrong to assume they know how African Americans will think and act, said Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state. Rice, the first black American to serve in that position, talked ...

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Trader Joe’s fights cancel culture, says it will not change food names

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The cancel culture war on innocent names was just too much for Trader Joe’s and their liberal big-city customers. The retailer indicated earlier this month it might change the names of some ...

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Ocasio-Cortez criticizes Catholic saint who dedicated his life to helping lepers

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Father Damien, who sacrificed his life to help lepers in Hawaii, is a symbol of “patriarchy and white supremacist culture,” according to Rep. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). The Catholic priest is a ...

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Protestors in Portland are burning Bibles

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In a scene reminiscent of 1930s Nazi Germany, protestors in Portland, Oregon are now burning Bibles in the street. Protesters carrying “Black Lives Matter” signs threw Bibles into a fire in front ...

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Jesus statue found decapitated, toppled

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Another religious statue has been vandalized as attacks on churches and ministries have increased along with protests in recent months. This time, a statue of Jesus was found decapitated at a Catholic ...

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Riots and Protests: What America can learn from Israel: Q&A with David Rubin

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Israeli David Rubin knows something about the personal cost of terrorism. It touched his family in a horrific way. Rubin is the former Mayor of Shiloh, Israel and was with his then ...

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Congressman asks Smithsonian to remove statue of Planned Parenthood founder Sanger

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A collection of statues in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery includes Margaret Sanger, a racist and proponent of eugenics who founded Planned Parenthood. Rep. Russ Fulcher, a Republican from Idaho, is reviving ...

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Polls: most parents want to reopen schools this fall

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As the coronavirus lockdown loosens, most parents of school-age children want to reopen schools this fall and say it will be bad for students if they do not. A new Rasmussen Reports ...

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AP news service politicizes capitalization of ‘White’ and ‘Black’

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In a move that may have even English teachers scratching their heads, the Associated Press said Monday it will not capitalize the word “white” in stories when referring to race and culture. ...

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Walmart will be closed on Thanksgiving this year

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Walmart announced on Tuesday it will close all of its stores on Thanksgiving this year. The move shocked retail analysts who point to a trend in recent years in which Black Friday ...

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Christian leaders concerned about rising attacks on churches

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Attacks against churches is rising at alarming rates, said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. “It looked like something out of a 2015 news report — a picture from ISIS, ...

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Rioters attempt to burn down Portland Federal Courthouse

Rioters tried breaking into a U.S. courthouse in Portland overnight as they and federal forces clashed with rioters for a third night. Several areas of the building were set ablaze. Video footage ...

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Firing range target of Muslim group over rule to remove head covering

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A Kansas City area shooting range is under fire for not allowing a Muslim woman to shoot unless she removed her religious head covering. The Council on American-Islamic Relations asked the U.S. ...

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New school year brings new sexual harassment and assault regulations

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Universities and K-12 schools are reworking internal policies on how they comply with new sexual harassment and assault regulations from the U.S. Department of Education. The changes, which fall under the federal ...

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The July disaster is here: Taco Bell removing popular items

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Americans wondered what disaster would befall the nation in July. We now know it is not an asteroid. Reports are circulating that Taco Bell is discontinuing its Quesaritos and Beefy Frito Buritto ...

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Supreme Court will hear Christian college student’s case against ‘free speech zone’

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The Supreme Court has agreed to review a First Amendment lawsuit in which a Georgia college belatedly expanded free speech on campus after a Christian student ran afoul of its constitutionally suspect campus “speech ...

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After protester demands, St. Louis will keep its name Gov. says

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Despite rioting and protester demands it change its name, there are no plans to rename St. Louis. “You won’t be changing the name St. Louis, will you?” Trump asked Missouri Gov. Mike ...

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Hearing what black voices really say about police

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African-Americans have mixed attitudes about the police, but an extensive poll finds most are satisfied with their local departments and don’t want defunding. Philonise Floyd testified recently to the House Judiciary Committee about the ...

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Author of beloved hymn ‘Amazing Grace’ overcame racist past

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You’ve likely heard the famous hymn “Amazing Grace.” People the world over love the song. It’s been sung at countless memorial services, civil rights events, and churches. Recently, people in 50 different ...

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Oregon official admits faking racist letter

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In yet another example of a faked hate crime, an Oregon politician has admitted he fabricated the entire thing.  Oregon Democrat Jonathan Lopez confessed to penning a racist letter to himself after ...

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