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Biden now supports death penalty for Boston Bomber

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In a surprise turnaround, the Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to reinstate the death sentence against the Boston Marathon bomber. The request comes while President Joe Biden promised on the ...

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Justice Department will defend Christian schools against lawsuit

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In a twist, the Justice Department this week said it will defend a rule that exempts Christian schools from anti-discrimination laws. The announcement comes as the Biden administration moves to force schools ...

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Arizona election audit nears end while more states send observers

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Arizona officials say that the audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County is nearing the finish line as legislators from numerous states visit to observe the process. In addition to having ...

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Minority-owned businesses join suit against MLB for moving All-Star Game

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The decision by Major League Baseball to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta because of Georgia’s new voting laws is having a significant finical impact. Now Black, Asian, Hispanic and white ...

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After Facebook ban, Trump launches national tour

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Just days after Facebook banned Donald Trump for an additional two years, the former president has announced he will commence on a national “history tour.” The event promises a “never-before-heard inside view” ...

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Republicans believe stage is set to regain control of Congress in 2022

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Republicans believe they have the momentum to take back the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections. Conventional wisdom says the party not in the White House — in this case, ...

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Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler running for US Senate

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Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is running for U.S. Senate according to a source close to her. The popular Republican from Harrisonville currently represents Missouri’s 4th Congressional district. The seat is being left vacant ...

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Legislators want special session to stop critical race theory in Missouri schools

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Two Missouri lawmakers have sent a letter to Gov Mike Parson to request a special legislative session to address the teaching of critical race theory in state schools. In the letter, Sen. ...

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Democrats threaten to pack Supreme Court as abortion case nears

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A court case that could reexamine the Roe v. Wade abortion decision has Democrats again threatening to pack the U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court announced this month it would hear oral arguments on ...

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Three Jewish Congressional Democrats urge Biden to name anti-Semitism ambassador

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As the “Squad” continues to promote anti-Semitism, several other Democrats in Congress are pushing back. Three Jewish House Democrats are calling on President Biden to appoint an ambassador-at-large to combat anti-Semitism that ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley’s new book outlines threats from big tech

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“The Tyranny of Big Tech” is the book that corporate monopolies don’t want you to read, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley recently told CBN News In his new book, (at end of article) ...

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CNN loses motion to dismiss defamation lawsuit

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CNN has lost its effort to have a defamation lawsuit dropped. The suit, brought by famed Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz, was upheld by a federal judge. CNN had selectively edited ...

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Some Democrat lawmakers criticize anti-Semitic members of their party

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Anti-Semitism among some Democrat members of Congress is becoming so bad that even some of their fellow party members are calling them out.  The lawmakers’ remarks come after an intense two-week conflict ...

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Missouri college appeals Biden order requiring dorm rooms, showers be opened to opposite sex

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The College of the Ozarks plans to appeal after a federal judge who ruled the school must open its dorm rooms and showers to members of the opposite sex. The Missouri school, ...

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Senate could vote today on controversial commission to investigate January 6

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Missouri’s Senator Roy Blunt opposes forming a commission to examine the capitol breach on January 6. He’s not alone given the history of investigations “gone wild” during the last four years. “I ...

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Missouri legislature may call special session over Kansas City defunding police

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Missouri Republicans are calling for a special legislative session to address the Kansas City Council and Mayor Quinton Lucas defunding the police department. Lucas, who recently traveled to Washington DC to meet ...

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State Department memo directs embassies to display BLM flag

The U.S. State Department is being criticized after it issued a memo directing American embassies to fly the Black Lives Matter flag.U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gave the directive to U.S. ...

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Florida now allows citizens to sue Big Tech for censorship

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Florida has become the first state to allow citizens to sue Big Tech over censorship issues. The bill was signed into law by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and is seen as a ...

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Poll finds viewers of conservative news more likely to get facts right

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A new poll finds that those who watch conservative news sources have a better grasp of the facts. The findings disprove misconceptions that conservatives are less informed on important issues than liberals. ...

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Ad campaign exposes hypocrisy of ‘woke’ corporations

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A backlash against “woke” corporations is growing. Earlier this week, Consumers’ Research launched the Consumers First Initiative, a major name-and-shame campaign against corporations that try to distract attention from their corporate failures ...

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Judge blocks Biden restaurant stimulus based on sexual preference, race

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A federal judge has prevented the Biden administration from handing out stimulus restaurant grants based on gender, race, and sexual orientation. The funds were part of a multi-billion dollar COVID-19 restaurant relief ...

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Biden administration seeks policy input from atheist groups

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Biden administration officials recently met with several leading atheist and secular organizations for the first time. The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, including Executive Director Melissa Rogers and Deputy ...

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Kansas City Council considers controversial plan to slash police funding

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Despite soaring murder rates, the City Council in Kansas City, Mo., on Thursday announced a proposal that would significantly reduce funding for the city’s police to the minimum allowed by state law ...

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Should we dismantle the family?

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Last fall, the Black Lives Matter organization quietly deleted a section of its website in which it professed an intention to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement.” The statement was removed after ...

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Why a funny Christian satire website is under attack

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In 2017, a fan named Seth Dillon bought the Christian satire site, The Babylon Bee. However, since becoming the owner, Dillon has become a primary target for censorship by the left. But ...

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