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Courts blocking Biden administration over unconstitutional acts

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Court rulings blocking unconstitutional Biden adminsitration policies are ramping up. Thursday saw a U.S. District Court rule that Biden does not have the authority to issue a nationwide moratorium on evictions. Earlier ...

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Mandatory disclosure of donors to nonprofits ‘especially’ dangerous say lawyers

Lawyers for Alliance Defending Freedom said that the mandatory disclosure of names and addresses of donors to nonprofits threaten religious freedom and privacy guaranteed under state laws. At worst, they say, it ...

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Trump probably will run for president in 2024 says daughter-in-law

Donald Trump isn’t going anywhere and most likely interested in running for president again in 2024, his daughter-in-law Lara Trump says. Her comments come after the second failed attempt by Democrats to ...

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Max Lucado apologizes for LGBT comments after National Cathedral invitation

Max Lucado has apologized for “hurtful” comments about the LGBT community but says his support of Biblical marriage remains steadfast. His statement is in response to backlash after the Washington National Cathedral was ...

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Democrats consider permanent military-style barrier around Capitol

Congressional Democrats are considering a permanent, military-style barrier around the U.S. Capitol. In addition 7,000 National Guard soldiers and airmen will stay another month in the city and 5,000 troops will thereafter ...

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State AGs respond to Biden cancelling sex offender crackdown

Across the nation, state Attorneys General are attempting to persade President Biden to reverse his decision to cancel Operation Talon, a nationwide operation to remove illegal immigrants who are convicted sex offenders. ...

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Retired educator sees first-hand the harm of virtual learning

Fall this year brought with it many school challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many schools still have not returned to a normal routine. They are relying heavily on virtual learning which ...

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Johns Hopkins professor: Covid herd immunity by April

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The coronavirus will be “mostly gone” by April, according to a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Professor Martin Makary, who also teaches at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, says ...

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Lawsuit filed against Capitol Police for videos and internal emails

Judicial Watch announced Friday that it filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Capitol Police seeking videos and internal emails surrounding the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Judicial Watch ...

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Biden reverses Trump ban on Communist influence on campuses

President Joe Biden has rescinded a Trump administration order that required universities in the U.S. to reveal their ties with a Communist organization. The move has human rights activists alarmed. President Trump ...

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Rush Limbaugh has died of cancer at the age of 70

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Rush Limbaugh has passed away. The announcement was made in a personal statement by his wife, Kathryn, who opened Wednesday’s show for the iconic broadcaster.  After her comments, the program played America ...

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Eric Swalwell refers to God as a woman after Pelosi strikes ‘gendered’ language from House

Congressman and failed presidential candidate Eric Swalwell has made it a point to refer to God as a woman.  The Democrat joins Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a Democrat from Kansas City, who was ...

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Kansas City Archbishop calls out President Biden for abortion policies

The pro-abortion policies of President Joe Biden are in direct opposition to Christian teachings, said Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, who also serves as chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic ...

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Ravi Zacharias Ministries releases report on sexual misconduct

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After a comprehensive investigation, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries has released its report on alleged sexual misconduct by its late founder. The lengthy report published by Miller & Martin LLC details accounts by multiple ...

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Biden proposes state travel ban while increasing migrant entries

President Joe Biden is being called out for hypocrisy after he floated a ban on Americans traveling to Florida and other states over Covid fears.  The suggestion comes as his administration prepares ...

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Number of COVID-19 cases drop below 100,000 for first time this year

The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States continues to drop. Much of the good news comes from arctic cold weather and numerous snow storms keeping many Americans home. The number ...

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Trump releases statement on acquittal

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Below is the statement released by former President Donald Trump after his acquittal by the U.S. Senate. – February 13, 2021 – Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United ...

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Biden notifies Congress he is defunding southern border wall

President Joe Biden has defunded work on the southern security wall with Mexico. He informed Congress Feb. 11 that he reversed President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration that funded construction of the wall. ...

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The black doctor who performed open heart surgery in 1893

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While the world celebrates open heart surgery as a modern triumph of science, it was a black doctor in 1893 Chicago that really made history.  In July of that year, Dr. Daniel ...

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Biden Administration flips on schools reopening

President Joe Biden’s promise to completely reopen schools during the first 100 days of his presidency has been considerably scaled back. The new plan is to reopen more than half of schools ...

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Six Republicans join Democrats to move ahead with impeachment vote

The U.S. Senate voted on Tuesday to proceed with what many consider an unconstitutional impeachment of former President Donald Trump. The vote, however, was more important for signaling that Democrats do not ...

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DOJ: It was Facebook, not Parler, that fueled capitol riot

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The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI have released new data contradicting media narratives that social media app Parler was the cause of the Capitol riot. Parler, the main competitor to ...

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Supreme Court strikes down California church closures

Embattled California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday was forced to revise guidelines for indoor church services after the U.S. Supreme Court slapped down his ban on indoor worship. The new state guidelines ...

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Pizza deliveries could set record for Super Bowl today

The Chiefs or Buccaneers will not be the only winner during Sunday’s Super Bowl game. It also will be a big day for pizza delivery companies. “Football’s favorite Sunday is consistently one ...

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Democrats block vote to save babies who survive abortion

A vote to stop infanticide was blocked by Senate Democrats Feb. 4 when Republicans offered an amendment to provide medical care for babies that survive botched abortions. Republican Senator Ben Sasse of ...

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