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Benjamin Netanyahu will address Congress for record fourth time

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress July 24. This will mark the fourth time that he will speak to a joint gat hearing of the legislative ...

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Expect less ‘pride’ this year as Target downplays month

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Target announced that after the backlash it faced last June, only select stores will carry its LGBTQ pride collection this year. The retailer announced on its website that it will be “offering ...

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Judicial Watch: An Inside Look at the Trump Trial

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Judicial Watch has reviewed the New York trial of Donald Trump and provides this look at the proceedings and facts. The Trump prosecution rested its case Monday with a central question unanswered: ...

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Knights of Columbus denied permit to hold Memorial Day service in National Park

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  [UPDATE:] The National Park service has reversed its decision and will now allow the Knights of Columbus to hold a service at a cemetery. Original story below. The Knights of Columbus, ...

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Missouri legislative session ends with new laws on education, crime, abortion

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Another Missouri legislative session is in the books. As usual, it resulted it a mixed bag of successful and failed legislation. Missourinet recapped the bills that were passed and enacted or waiting ...

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Kansas sues Biden administration over Title IX revisions


Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is leading a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education over its recently announced changes to Title IX. The revisions would forbid discrimination based on gender identity ...

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Statue of Billy Graham to be unveiled in U.S. Capitol

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The late Billy Graham will take his place among about 200 great Americans with a statue in the U.S. Capitol. His statue will be unveiled this Thursday during a ceremony that will ...

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UN cuts Gaza death count after Hamas admits inflating numbers

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The United Nations now says that “the fog of war” is to blame for a major overstatement of the number of Gazans who have been killed in the war. The new stance ...

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Today’s Israel News Briefs

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Here are today’s latest news briefs on Israel and its war against Hamas. Biden Administration blocks arms shipment to Israel The Biden administration on Tuesday night confirmed reports that it had held ...

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Americans oppose protests and support Israel military action in Rafah

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Anti-Israel protests are much more popular on elite college campuses than with the American public in general. Two recent polls find that the American people are on opposite sides of the Biden ...

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Report: Saudi Arabia ready for peace with Israel

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Saudi Arabia has decided to normalize relations with Israel and is debating the timing of the announcement, a foreign diplomat familiar with the details told Haaretz this week. According to the source cited in ...

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Government vows to shut down nation’s largest Christian university

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Grand Canyon University, the nation’s largest Christian university, is fighting back after the U.S. Department of Education vowed to shut it down. “Going after predatory schools preying on first generation students,” Education ...

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Governor, attorney general urge passage of anti-trafficking bills by end of session

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Missouri has the fourth-highest human trafficking rate in the nation, and legislators hope to address the issue before the current legislative session ends. “People’s lives, especially the lives of children, are being ...

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Catholic bishop apologizes for saying forgive president for “stupidity”

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A Catholic bishop in Michigan has apologized after he called upon congregants to forgive President Joe Biden for his “stupidity” regarding the discrepancy between his policies and his professed Catholic faith. Bishop ...

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Faith leaders want Congress to tackle religious persecution

More than 100 religious freedom advocates are encouraging the U.S. Senate to pass bipartisan resolution SR-569, which would integrate religious freedom into U.S. foreign policy and address worldwide violations of faith. The ...

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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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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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Beverly LaHaye, founder of CWA, dies at 94


Beverly LaHaye died Sunday, April 14 at the age of 94. She founded and lead the influential women’s organization Concerned Women for America, considered  “the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization.” “Mrs. ...

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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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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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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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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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Latino Coalition for Israel meets with Israeli leaders

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The Latino Coalition for Israel recently met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other high-ranking officials to show their support for Israel. “I believe the church and the Jewish people are ...

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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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Are liberal or conservative Christians more politically engaged?

Forget what you’ve heard about conservative Christians taking over the country. This study turns conventional wisdom on its head about who is really politically engaged. I like tweets like the one below ...

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