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Can pastors running for office make a difference?

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The American Renewal Project is encouraging pastors and church members across the nation to seek office. In April 2014, Jerry Falwell Jr. called me saying he was in a bind. Liberty University’s ...

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Judge stops Biden administration from ending Title 42

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The Biden administration is being told it cannot end Title 42, an important border policy that allows authorities to quickly expel illegal immigrants at the southern U.S. border back to Mexico over ...

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Republicans hold strong lead in voter turnout during primary elections

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If Tuesday’s primary elections were any indication, Republicans will have a large advantage in voter turnout this year. In Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho and Oregon, Republicans made up 55 percent of ...

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Mickey Mouse legislation: Hawley bill to remove copyright protection gains support

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The move to strip Disney of its special copyright protections is growing more likely. Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley is finding growing support among fellow legislators and the public for his legislation. The ...

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Kansas Supreme Court upholds GOP drawn Congressional map

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In a rebuke to Democrats and Gov. Laura Kelly (D-KS), the Kansas Supreme Court is backing a new congressional map drawn by Republicans. The ruling reverses a lower court decision that tossed ...

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Is your chocolate produced by child slaves?

Chocolate makes for a perfect gift, a comforting snack and even a health food, thanks to its plentiful antioxidants. It is no surprise, then, that the chocolate industry garners billions of dollars each ...

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School board cuts mom’s microphone as she reads pornographic school assignment

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A sexually explicit classroom assignment was too vulgar to read before a school board. That’s what happened when a Nevada mom’s microphone was cut off after she read the assignment that had ...

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Judge temporarily blocks Biden mandate that forced participation in transgender surgeries

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A Biden administration mandate requiring healthcare providers and religious employers to provide transgender surgeries, counseling and procedures against their religious beliefs has temporarily been blocked by a federal judge. District Judge Daniel ...

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House Democrats block bill to protect Supreme Court justices

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House Democrats are blocking a Senate-passed bill to provide security protection for members of the Supreme Court who are facing pro-abortion violence and intimidation. Since a leaked draft of a Supreme Court ...

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White House cancels oil and gas lease sales as prices soar

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The day after again blaming rising fuel prices on Vladimir Putin, the Biden administration is canceling major oil and gas lease sales on American territory. The move ended the sales of three ...

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Leonid Kravchuk, Independent Ukraine’s first president, dies

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Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine’s first president after breaking away from the Soviet Union, has died at 88 Ukrainian officials announced on Wednesday. Kravchuk may be most remembered for signing a 1994 agreement with ...

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Fauci, other scientists received up to $350 million in royalties according to investigation

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Dr. Antony Fauci and other scientists received undisclosed payments totaling as much as $350 million. The royalties were paid to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and hundreds of its scientists, including ...

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New research questions benefits of public preschool

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The Biden Administration’s proposed universal preschool plan may be stalled, but states and cities are pushing ahead with taxpayer-funded preschool programs of their own. Last week, Colorado became the latest state to pass ...

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Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade, leaked opinion states

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The Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade according to a leaked draft ruling published by the left-wing news outlet Politico. A document that Politico describes as an “initial draft majority opinion” ...

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Supreme Court rules unanimously in favor of Christian flag, speech

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In a rare unanimous decision the Supreme Court ruled in favor of religious speech on May 2. The case involved the city of Boston refusing a Christian flag to fly at city ...

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Suspect in murder of retired police officer David Dorn to stand trial in July

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The man accused of murdering retired St. Louis police Captain David Dorn during BLM protests will stand trial July 15. Dorn, 77, was killed in the early morning hours of June 2, 2020, ...

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Voice of America accused of pro-Islamist bias in reporting

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The Voice of America has a pro-Islamic bias, according to a watchdog group that has filed Freedom of Information Act request. The American Accountability Foundation is investigating allegations that VOA was amplifying ...

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John Ashcroft will speak at upcoming luncheon for area pastors, ministry leaders

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John Ashcroft, former U.S. attorney general and Missouri governor and senator, will be the keynote speaker for an upcoming event for local pastors and ministry leaders. The Missouri Renewal Project is sponsoring ...

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Jews, Christians respond to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s tweet

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The war of words between Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Christians continues to heat up. Omar, a Muslim, commented on a viral video showing a man playing guitar and leading airline passengers ...

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Missouri House advances bill to allow local votes on protecting women’s sports

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Missouri residents are one step closer to being able to decide if biological male athletes can compete on K-12 girls’ sports teams. The Missouri House voted 89-40 in favor of adding Republican ...

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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly vetoes transgender sports ban, parental bill of rights

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Governor Laura Kelly continues to come under heat after she vetoed multiple bills last week, including the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” and a transgender sports ban, the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act. The Fairness ...

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Biden to overturn Trump conscience clause on abortions

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Bowing to pressure from pro-abortion groups, the Biden administration is ending the Trump administration’s religious conscience rule over the abortion issue. The rule, which had been heralded by religious liberty advocates and ...

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IRS backlog affects churches, ministries, leaving donors in the dark

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As the filing deadline nears, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service continues to experience delays in processing last year’s tax returns. Millions of tax returns and filings are still backlogged, including those in ...

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Red states managed pandemic better than blue states, with fewer restrictions

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A new study confirms that conservative states fared much better than liberal ones during the pandemic. The Committee to Unleash Prosperity study compared state performance on metrics including the economy, education and mortality from ...

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Inflation rises at fastest rate in 40 years, now at 8.5%

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New numbers out this week show that inflation is increasing at the fastest rate since January 1982. Economists say the consumer price index — which measures a basket of goods including gasoline, ...

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