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Missouri sues Biden administration over “vast censorship enterprise”

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The Biden administration tried to censor or suppress conservative voices and critics of its COVID policy, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey alleges in a lawsuit. “This is about protecting the Constitution, and ...

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IRS says millions of Americans missing this tax credit

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Millions of Americans are eligible for a tax credit that last year averaged more than $2,000, according to a statement just relased by the IRS. Some 20 percent of those entitled to ...

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Memphis police video released, protests continue

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Protests took place Friday night into Saturday morning in cities across the nation after body camera video was released in the killing of Tyre Nichols by five Memphis police officers. On Thursday, ...

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Baptism of hundreds of Indiana inmates upsets atheists

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After hundreds of inmates gave their lives to Christ and were baptized while in sheriff’s custody, atheists are trying to shut it down. The Sheriff’s office is “[pushing] Christianity onto inmates” according ...

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Here’s the difference between Biden, Pence document discovery

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There’s a big difference between the continuing discovery of classified documents held by President Joe Biden and those connected to Mike Pence. They’re “very different qualitatively” says former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. ...

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Nancy Pelosi still quiet on exorcism

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Former House Speak Nancy Pelosi has not made a public statement about the exorcism performed at her home. Many see the exorcism as out of character because while Pelosi calls herself Catholic, ...

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Missouri legislature to address biological males in girl’s high school sports

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As state legislatures across the country move to protect women’s sports from biological males, Missouri is addressing the issue this year. But the effort is getting off to a rocky star. A ...

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Democrats want to mint $1 trillion coin to further spending

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In recent years, left-leaning economists and Democrat lawmakers have floated the idea of minting a $1 trillion platinum coin that would then be deposited in its bank account at the Federal Reserve, ...

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Schiff, Swalwell denied seats on Intelligence Committee

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Democrats Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell have been denied seats on the powerful House Intelligence Committee. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday rejected the controversial legislators after House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries ...

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Sexual orientation challenge to Christian schools dismissed by judge

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A federal judge recently dismissed a case that could have forced a coalition of Christian schools to abandon their biblical beliefs on sexual orientation and gender identity. The high-profile lawsuit was filed ...

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CDC left adverse effects off post-vaccine surveys, documents reveal

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Newly released documents show serious side effects like heart inflammation were purposely left off post-vaccination surveys distributed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The documents also show the ...

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Trump: evangelical leaders ‘disloyal’ for lack of 2024 support

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Former President Donald Trump is criticizing evangelical leaders for not yet endorsing him for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. “I don’t really care, it’s a sign of disloyalty,” he told David Brody, ...

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Court dismisses LGBT lawsuit against Christian colleges over

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A federal judge recently dismissed an LGBT case that could have forced a coalition of Christian colleges to abandon their biblical beliefs on sexual orientation and gender identity. The high-profile lawsuit was ...

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Jerusalem Leadership Conference focuses on support for Israel

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Leaders from the worlds of business, government, and media gathered at a conference in Jerusalem recently to share ideas on strengthening Israel and its relationships with other nations. “Being here today is ...

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History: Whitefield and the Great Awakening laid groundwork for revolution

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George Whitefield’s second trip to America in 1740 was one of the most important events in American history. Spiritual revival had started in different areas and denominations throughout the colonies: “The Great ...

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New Rep. Mark Alford lays out agenda for 4th District

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Former news anchor Mark Alford is quickly adapting to his new role of representing Missouri’s 4th Congressional District. It is the only district in the state that has a new representative in ...

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Democrats vote to deny medical treatment to babies who survive abortion

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The Republican House on Wednesday passed a bill that would require health providers to protect infants born alive after an attempted abortion. The vote tally saw 210 of 212 Democrats vote against ...

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Opinion: ‘Twitter Files’ vindicate Parler

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This week marks two years since Amazon Web Services, following closely behind Google and Apple, took burgeoning Twitter competitor Parler—which had been number one in Apple’s App Store—offline. The reason given was the ...

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Republicans push to abolish IRS, federal income taxes

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The IRS and federal income taxes could be abolished by legislation soon to be put forth by Congressional Republicans. Both would be replaced by a simple national consumption tax. Rep. Buddy Carter (R-Ga.) will ...

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All flights across nation canceled this morning

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The Biden administration is scrambling to deflect criticism as all flights across the nation were grounded Wednesday morning. The debacle of systems operated by the Federal Aviation Administration revolves around a key ...

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Rep. Jason Smith of Missouri selected to lead House Ways and Means Committee

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A congressman from Missouri will lead one of the most powerful committees in the new Congress. Republican Rep. Jason Smith has won the nomination to be chairman of the Ways and Means ...

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Classified documents at Biden office were found before Nov. election

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Joe Biden Monday refused to answer questions about classified documents discovered at an office where he worked before becoming President. The announcement has put the National Archives, Democrats and media outlets in ...

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Biden Administration may ban all gas stoves in homes

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The Biden administration may ban the use of gas stoves and furnaces in American homes and businesses. Gas ranges are found in 40 percent of all homes and most commercial restaurant settings ...

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Pro-life leaders respond to Trump’s blaming abortion position for midterm results

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Pro-life leaders disagree with former President Donald Trump’s assertion that Republican candidates’ positions on abortion led to the party’s lackluster performance in the midterm elections. Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, which spent ...

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Missouri carries out first execution of transgender criminal

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Missouri on Tuesday evening followed through with the execution of an individual identifying as a woman. Scott “Amber” McLaughlin, 49, a biological male who identified as a woman while in prison, was ...

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