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Supreme Court throws out case alleging Trump profited from presidency

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The US Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lawsuit that alleged Donald Trump had illegally profited from his presidency. No justices dissented from the ruling which gave Trump a unanimous victory ...

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News Briefs: Biden and the power grid, Fauci’s salary, and Mars rocks

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Here is our daily news briefs on headlines that matter. Today we cover the nation’s power grid, Mars, transgender sports, the salary of Dr. Fauci and more. Biden stops effort to prevent ...

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Federal court strikes down transgender mandate for health-care professionals

A so-called “transgender mandate” that required medical professionals and religious health-care workers to perform gender transition procedures on patients has been struck down by a federal court in North Dakota. According to ...

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Actor Jon Voight defends freedom in interview with Sean Feucht

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God-given freedom is at risk in the United States, Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight said in an interview with worship leader Sean Feucht. “I think about freedom as this amazing thing that God ...

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News briefs, some of which you won’t believe

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News briefs from around the globe. New Speak on immigration The Biden administration will now refer to an individual that has entered the country illegally as “noncitizen” instead of “illegal alien” which ...

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Legal organization formed to confront ‘critical race theory’

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A new coalition of legal foundations and attorneys will combat critical race theory in education. Christopher F. Rufo of the Discovery Institute is leading the effort. Rufo, noting that President Joe Biden ...

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As Biden rolls back pro-life laws, Trump made today Sanctity of Human Life Day

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Friday, Jan. 22 is National Sanctity of Human Life Day. The proclamation was made by Donald Trump as one of his last actions as president of the United States. It is also ...

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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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Those inaugural flags on the National Mall? They funded abortion

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The inauguration of Joe Biden on Wednesday prominently featured almost 200,000 American flags on the National Mall. Meant to represent members of the public who could not attend due to COVID-19, the ...

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Biden signs executive orders reversing Trump administration policies

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Immediately after being inaugurated, President Joe Biden went to work signing dozens of executive orders reversing Trump administration policy. Biden wore a mask while seated behind the desk President Donald Trump had ...

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Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond boycott My Pillow

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The department stores Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond have joined cancel culture in boycotting the “My Pillow Guy” Mike Lindell. According to Lindell, both companies have stopped selling his products over ...

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Here’s what President Trump said in his farewell address

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday delivered a farewell address to the American people. You can read the full transcript below with video of the speech at the end. It is the goal ...

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Pastor to George W. Bush sentenced for investment fraud

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Houston Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, who was a close and prominent advisor to President George W. Bush, is going to prison for his role in a multimillion-dollar investment scam. In addition to his ...

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National March for Life in DC canceled, will now be virtual

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The National Right to Life March in Washington DC has been canceled, citing Covid-19 and security burdens. In a press statement the organization stated, “The protection of all of those who participate ...

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President Trump declares National Sanctity of Human Life Day

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President Donald Trump continues to make the sanctity of life a priority even as he leaves office. The president on Sunday evening signed a presidential declaration making January 22 National Sanctity of ...

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Trump leaves long list of economic success

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As President Trump prepares to leave office, historians, economists and others are pointing to what some say could be the most successful presidency in recent memory in terms of accomplishments.  Many of ...

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Parler back in business after securing new web hosting service

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Parler has found a new hosting service after Amazon Web Services booted the social media website off their servers. “Now seems like the right time to remind you all — both lovers ...

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Senate has no authority to try Trump after he leaves office: Sen. Tom Cotton

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Although the House of Representatives impeached President Trump last week, the Senate has no constitutional authority to hold a trial after he leaves office, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas said. “The ...

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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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Moderate Democrat Joe Manchin calls Trump impeachment “ill-advised”

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With Congress divided evenly between the two parties, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia has become one of the most powerful people in Washington. He recently told news outlets that the ...

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Trump ban on social media costs tech giants more than $50 billion

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The decision to ban President Donald Trump from Facebook and Twitter has caused the two companies to lose a combined $51.2 billion in market value. A large number of pro-Trump, conservative, and ...

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Illinois Democrats push through statewide ‘defund the police’ bill in middle of night

Illinois‘ law enforcement community is warning Illinois citizens about a bill they say would effectively defund the police in the state. HB 163 could be passed the Illinois General Assembly‘s “lame duck” ...

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Democrats impeach President Trump, again

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House Democrats, led once again by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, voted to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday. The vote, based on false allegations, as the Wall Street Journal outlined in an editorial ...

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PBS attorney advocates violence, reeducation camps for children of Trump voters

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PBS has fired a corporate attorney who advocated violence and sending supporters of President Donald Trump (and their children) to reeducation camps. A video released by Project Veritas on Tuesday depicts a ...

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Presidential inauguration will proceed, Sen. Roy Blunt says

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The presidential inauguration will go on as planned despite covid and last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol, Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt said. “We will be outside, and just as it was ...

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