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Missouri among states suing Biden administration over student debt scheme

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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is taking the lead in a lawsuit against the Biden administration’s latest plan to cancel billions of dollars in student debt. “With the stroke of his pen, ...

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More than 1,200 churches left Southern Baptist Convention in 2022

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The Southern Baptist Convention lost more than 1,200 churches in 2022, according to the SBC’s 2022 Annual Church Profile, which was released this week by Lifeway Research. The losses in 2022 were ...

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Landowner rights upheld in unanimous Supreme Court ruling

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The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on April 12 that a California county violated a landowner’s rights when it demanded upwards of $23,000 in development impact fees. The ruling curbs the power of ...

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The Dirty Dozen: List of sexually exploitative companies released

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The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has released its annual list of 12 mainstream contributors to sexual exploitation. This year’s rankings includes big tech companies, online retailers and a U.S. law that ...

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Naked biological male charged over Planet Fitness restroom incident

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Charges have been filed against a biological man who identified as female after stripping “completely naked” in front of a minor girl inside a Planet Fitness women’s locker room. Christoper Allen Miller, ...

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Veteran NPR editor blows whistle on newsroom bias


A longtime National Public Radio editor has confirmed what most listeners already knew – as a “public” media entity, NPR does not reflect America. Democrats outnumber Republicans in the newsroom by a ...

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Actor James Woods questions growing list of LGBT holidays

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Actor James Woods is expressing his frustration over a growing list of days dedicated to the LGBTQ agenda. His comments echo many after President Biden stirred controversy by designating Easter Sunday as ...

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FBI details Idaho man’s ISIS plot against churches

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An 18-year-old Idaho man is awaiting a court hearing for planning a “violent plot” for ISIS against 21 churches. In a release, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said Alexander Mercurio was plotting ...

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The federal push for massive mail-in prison voting

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A federal effort to register voters using the government’s vast reach, including throughout the U.S. prison system, is raising concerns from critics who have said it won’t benefit Democrats and Republicans equally. ...

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Kansas City-based NAIA enacts policy to ban biological males from women’s sports


The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, which is based in Kansas City, will allow athletes to compete in women’s sports only if they were assigned the female gender at birth, the national ...

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Nova festival survivors share Oct. 7 stories on campus tour

Survivors of the Hamas massacre at the Nova music festival are sharing their harrowing stories on American college campuses across the nation. The tour is dedicated to the 364 concert-goers who were ...

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Media Watchdog Reveals Google’s Alleged Election Interference


In a recent study, the Media Research Center (MRC) has brought to light concerning findings regarding Google’s purported manipulation of search results to promote leftist candidates and censor their opponents. The report, ...

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Texas clinic dubbed ‘Frankenstein’s lab’ over gender surgeries

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A gender clinic in Texas dubbed ‘Frankenstein’s lab’ has performed hundreds of unconventional genital surgeries that many experts describe as ‘dangerous.’ The Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Austin bills itself as a world ...

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Church food pantry threatened by city

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An Arizona church is the latest to be threatened over its food pantry by the local government. Gethsemani Baptist Church in San Luis, Arizona, has operated a food pantry since 1999 as part ...

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3,000 people experience God at Revival on the Border events

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Not all of the news coming from the Texas-Mexico border is negative. A pastor who set out this month to pray over the entire southern border said his tent revivals, baptisms and ...

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Sen. Fetterman loses top staff over his pro-Israel stance

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The Babylon Bee, a satirical publication, posted a story titled “Democrats issue nationwide Fetterman recall” on Friday. On the same day, multiple news outlets reported that three of the senator’s top communications staff had ...

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Target, Marshalls among retailers closed for Easter

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Several large retail chains have announced that they will be closed on Sunday so their employees can celebrate Easter. TJX, which owns TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and HomeSense, will close its stores ...

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Political agenda robs liberal comedy of its humor, Babylon Bee founder says

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Comedy that comes from the political left is no longer funny, according to CEO Seth Dillon of Babylon Bee. “I think one of the ways that they lost their sting was because ...

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Boston Reparations Commission demands White churches pay

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The Boston Task Force on Reparations is demanding “White churches” to compensate Black Bostonians for transatlantic slave trade-related racial injustices, the Boston Globe reports. A 2022 Boston City Council legislation established the ...

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Half of American Muslims support Hamas attack: poll

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A new Pew Research Center poll finds that roughly half of American Muslims believe that the Hamas terror organization is justified in its war against Israel. The survey among 12,693 respondents between ...

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Kansas Sen. Marshall introduces bill opposing transgender foster care rule

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The Department of Health and Human Services could not force foster parents to accept gender ideology or restrict the work of faith-based foster care organizations under a bill filed this week by ...

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Illegal immigrant arrested for stabbing at Missouri laundromat

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Police in the St. Louis suburb of O’Fallon have arrested Jose Barrera for stabbing two people at a laundromat. Barrera attacked the first victim after the pair engaged in a verbal exchange ...

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Hezbollah terrorist caught crossing into US from Mexico

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A Lebanese migrant caught trying to infiltrate into the United States told border authorities he belonged to the Iranian-backed Hezbollah organization and had planned to commit a terrorist attack on U.S. soil, The New ...

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“Jesus Disrupts” campaign taking gospel to nation’s elite colleges

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The youth organization Christian Union hopes to reach 75,000 students at elite secular universities with the gospel during an upcoming eight-week evangelism tour. Matt Bennett, founder and president of the group, says ...

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Tim Tebow gives Congress gripping testimony on trafficking

Former football star Tim Tebow recently visited Capitol Hill to encourage lawmakers to advance legislation that would protect children seen in child sex abuse material by funding and training more law enforcement dedicated ...

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