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Pentagon will monitor service members’ social media “likes”

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The Pentagon is being criticized for including “likes” on social media as extremist activities. The revised policy comes as the result of the controversial Counter Extremist Activity Working Group established in the ...

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Supreme Court tells White House to respond to mandate lawsuits

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In a rare move, the U.S. Supreme Court is telling the Biden administration to respond to dozens of lawsuits challenging its controversial vaccine mandate for private employers. Justice Brett Kavanaugh told administration ...

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Senate Parliamentarian blocks Democrat amnesty for 7 million illegals

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The non-partisan gatekeeper of the U.S. Senate has ruled that the Democrat attempt to insert amnesty for illegal immigrants into the Build Back Better bill violates parliamentary procedure.  Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ...

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White House denies cutting Taiwan video feed during democracy summit

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After the White House allegedly cut the feed of Taiwan during a worldwide symposium on Democracy, U.S. lawmakers and Democracy activists are furious.  the foreign policy disaster ocurred during last week’s Summit for ...

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Court finds Maryland violated Christian school’s rights

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A federal district court ruled Friday that Maryland officials violated the First Amendment rights of a church-run grade school. The state had revoked the school’s eligibility to participate in a voucher program ...

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Supreme Court hears arguments in school choice, parental rights case

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday heard oral arguments in an important school choice case. Carson v. Makin challenges a Maine law that prohibits parents from using a state student-aid program if ...

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How does government welfare measure up against church or charity help?

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It’s that time of year again, the time when Americans consume more than ever, but also the time when America highlights charity more than ever – including to the local church. Indeed, ...

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Missouri attorney general, St. Louis mayor spar over mask mandates

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The battle over mask mandates in Missouri has become a war of words between Attorney General Eric Schmitt and St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones. This week, Schmitt sent letters to local public health ...

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Biden touts infrastructure in Kansas City as polls plummet

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President Joe Biden was in Kansas City on Wednesday to discuss infrastructure but its the polls that need rebuilding according to news reports. Biden touted the $1 trillion bill he signed into ...

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Democrats ridiculed for bragging about 2-cent savings on gallon of gas

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Democrats in Congress are being mocked for celebrating the news that gas prices have dropped by 2 cents per gallon. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee tweeted out a graph that featured half-cent ...

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Biden’s FCC nominee poses threat to free speech, conservative leaders warn

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Conservative speech may be restricted if President Biden’s nominee for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is confirmed, Republican leaders warn. A nomination hearing for Gigi Sohn could happen as early as this ...

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Bipartisan tributes pour in for Senator Bob Dole

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Condolences continue to pour in over the death of former U.S. Senator Robert Dole. The Republican died over the weekend at the age of 98. Dole is survived by his wife, former Sen. ...

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Laura Ingraham adds to growing chorus warning of dangers of “Incompetent” White House team

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As even some left-leaning political commentators question decision-making in the White House, Fox News host Laura Ingraham says the problem endangers the country.  The best-selling author and host of the Ingraham Angle ...

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Attorney general proposes Parents’ Bill of Rights in Missouri

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Parents’ rights have been at the forefront of the battle over critical race theory and school closings during the pandemic. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is encouraging lawmakers to pass a Parents’ ...

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LGBT compliance forced on Church daycares in Build Back Better plan

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Child care provisions in President Biden’s massive Build Back Better plan will shut out Christian and other faith-based facilities that affirm traditional biblical doctrine. The controversy involves language within the House-passed bill ...

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County mandates masks ‘inside private homes’ for Thanksgiving

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Masks are now required in private homes (pdf) on Thanksgiving in Santa Cruz Couty, California. The draconian indoor mask mandate applies to all groups of unrelated individuals gathering for the holiday. That ...

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Missouri funding for highway projects includes controversial component

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The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to address many unfunded projects with new revenue from the state gas tax increase and massive federal infrastructure bill. The funding totals $6.5 billion. It includes ...

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Chase Bank reverses cancel culture decision on Donald Trump Jr. event

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JPMorgan Chase, owner of the online payment system WePay, has reversed its decision not to handle payments for a Missouri Donald Trump Jr. event. Organizers said even after public pressure forced the ...

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Missouri Senate president pro tem enters already crowded field for Republican Senate nomination

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The Republican primary field for U.S. Senate in 2022 continues to become more crowded. Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz announced this week that he is entering the race. It will be a ...

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Lawsuit accuses Springfield schools of avoiding scrutiny of curriculum and training

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Springfield Public Schools are avoiding the Missouri Sunshine law to prevent scrutiny of its curriculum and training materials, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt alleges in a lawsuit filed this week. The district ...

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Policy protecting religious liberty of federal contractors to be rescinded by Biden administration

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The Biden administration plans to end a Trump administration policy that protected the religious liberty of federal contractors and put them on an equal footing with other contractors. At issue is a ...

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Columbia, Mo. tackles its violent crime as elections loom

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Columbia is gaining a reputation as one of Missouri’s most violent cities. The deep blue city, an outlier in an otherwise deep red central part of the state, has dealt with a ...

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Court: Biden mandate “likely exceeds the federal government’s authority”

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The Supreme Court could be the next stop for the Biden vaccine mandate after a U.S. appeals court reaffirmed its temporary halt of the plan. The court rejected a challenge by President ...

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Despite ‘temporary’ inflation, home heating bills to soar this winter

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The temporary inflation mentioned by the Biden administration shows no sign of letting up. Americans should expect to pay higher prices to heat their homes this winter, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm admitted ...

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Navy SEALs sue President Biden after religious exemption denied

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The Biden administration is being sued for denying religious vaccine exemptions to Navy SEALs. The vaccine mandate deadline is approaching for all service members and thousands are speaking out about their denial ...

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