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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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VIDEO: Google admits work to censor, meddle in election

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An undercover journalism nonprofit has released a video of a Google staffer speaking about the ability of the big tech giant to boost or censor political views. Adriano Amaduzzi, a technical account manager at Google Marketing, ...

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Pandemic taking a toll on state’s teachers, Missouri Board of Education reports

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Ongoing pandemic restrictions and fear of Covid is taking a heavy toll on Missouri teachers, Missouri Board of Education leaders said this week. Member Don Claycomb said he expects a much greater ...

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Pat Robertson expects Trump victory, followed by massive civil unrest

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Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network, believes God has shown him that President Donald Trump will win reelection – an event which will be followed by a series of earth-shaking ...

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‘Let Us Worship’ event fills Kansas City with praise and prayer

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Christians are still relishing the outdoor worship event held in Kansas City on Oct. 17. Sean Fuecht’s “Let Us Worship” was held at Mill Creek Park at the eastern entrance to The ...

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Gov. Mike Parson ranked No. 13 among governors for economic policy performance in new report

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The American Legislative Exchange Council ranked Missouri Gov. Mike Parson 13th among the nation’s governors for economic policy performance, “The Missouri Times” reported. The 2020 Laffer-ALEC Report on Economic Freedom ranked governors based ...

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Missouri National Guard is unsung hero in COVID-19 response, governor says

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Gov. Mike Parson last week praised the Missouri National Guard for its critical role in the state’s COVID-19 response. National Guard Adjutant Gen. Levon Cumpton said the Guard has staffed 14 state ...

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Study: Third of Covid-19 deaths cannot be attributed to the disease

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The Washington Examiner is reporting on a new study that has discovered that a third of U.S. COVID-19 deaths could not be directly attributed to the coronavirus. The data was obtained through ...

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Rush Limbaugh talks about Jesus and cancer ‘death sentence’

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Talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh gave listeners an update on his cancer Monday saying he was under a “death sentence” but also talked about his personal faith in Jesus Christ. Limbaugh explained ...

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Is Barbara Bollier a real doctor?

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Let’s Talk About U.S. Senate candidate Barbara Bollier. Call me old fashioned, but I like honesty and transparency in candidates for public office. I don’t respect a candidate who pretends to be ...

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Covid anxiety, lockdowns causing sharp rise in drug abuse

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Drug abuse and other effects of the coronavirus and lockdowns continues to rise with mental health being hit particularly hard. In Ohio, like other states, counties are seeing a startling rise in ...

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More Biden emails to be released as US Intelligence rebuffs Democrat claims

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As the FBI ramps and other federal agencies ramp up its investigation of emails, photos and videos on a laptop reportedly owned by Hunter Biden, Rudy Giuliani says more will be released ...

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First medical marijuana sale in Missouri made this weekend

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Larry Simpson on Saturday morning became the first patient to purchase medical marijuana in the state of Missouri. “When I came home from the hospital initially after surgery, I had a whole ...

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Both Biden and Trump attend church during weekend campaign swings

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President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden included church visits on their weekend campaign swings. Biden was in North Carolina, where he again criticized the president for his handling of the coronavirus ...

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Pastor Greg Laurie returns to pulpit after recovering from COVID-19

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Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Southern California plans to be back in the pulpit on Sunday, just two weeks after contracting COVID-19. In a video posted on Facebook, the ...

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More evangelicals voting to support Trump than to simply oppose Biden

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Four years ago, evangelicals tended to vote for Donald Trump because they were against Hillary Clinton. This year, they are voting more out of support for Trump than opposition to Joe Biden. ...

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Several Christian colleges lowering tuition in response to Covid-19

Ongoing Covid-19 restrictions on businesses and fear of the pandemic is putting a financial squeeze on many families. Several Christian colleges are helping out by rolling back tuition costs as enrollment takes ...

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375 million children in poverty globally after lockdowns

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Government lockdowns meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus have had many unintended consequences. One of those is the loss of over $35 trillion in economic activity globally. In the U.S. ...

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Nation’s first memorial to human trafficking to be unveiled Oct. 24 in Kansas City

Kansas City is the crossroads of many things, from the trails that led pioneers west, the country’s rail and Interstate highway systems, to 21st Century fiber optics. It’s also the crossroads of ...

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Roe not a ‘super precedent’ that can’t be overturned, Coney Barrett says

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The Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion is not a “super precedent” that’ can’t be overturned, Amy Coney Barrett said during Senate confirmation hearings. Barrett made the comments to Democrat Sen. Amy ...

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Trump campaign using radio ads to reach Christians

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The Trump campaign is launching a six-figure ad buy on Christian and conservative radio networks and specific programs in an attempt to increase voter turnout among the core evangelical base. On Christian ...

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Missouri mail-in and absentee voting rules

While the vast majority of Missouri voters are expected to vote in person this Nov. 3, some are still planning to take their chances with mail-in or absentee ballots. Missouri courts have ...

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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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Is Amazon’s new ‘Lord of the Rings’ prequel R-rated?

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In J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, the wizard Saruman turns to the dark side. He tells his old pal, Gandalf, that the evil lord Sauron is just too powerful to fight. “We ...

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Pakistan court acquits Christian man after 6 years

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A court in Pakistan acquitted a Christian man this week who had been sentenced to death after being charged with blasphemy more than six years ago.  The New Indian Express reports Sawan ...

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