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Kansas, Missouri at opposite ends of yearly apple consumption

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Missouri and Kansas are polar opposites when it comes to their love of the apple. The tasty fruit, a sure sign of fall, is a favorite of Missourians who visit many of ...

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Christian group to spend up to $42 million in midterm elections

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The Faith & Freedom Coalition, a social conservative national grassroots organization headed by longtime Christian activist Ralph Reed, will spend between $36 million and $42 million on a nationwide effort to target ...

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Missouri ranks 17th, Kansas 36th in education freedom, Heritage Foundation report finds

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Missouri ranks No. 17 in the nation in overall education freedom, according to a new report from The Heritage Foundation. The state is in the top 10 in school choice, regulation and ...

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Arizona man kills stepfather during argument over Bible reading

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Biblical disagreements occasionally can apparently turn deadly. An Arizona man was arrested last week for allegedly killing his stepfather during a heated discussion about the Bible. Sheriff deputies charged Jay Albert Stevens, ...

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California prohibits travel to states that ban breast removal on ‘transgender’ kids

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California is banning travel to more states who are banning breast removal and other surgeries on children who believe they are transgender. California Attorney Gen. Robert Bonta issued an edict preventing employees ...

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Arizona lawmakers presented with cell phone tracking data of ‘ballot traffickers’

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A well-respected election integrity watchdog this week presented Arizona lawmakers with cell phone tracking data that they allege shows ballot traffickers visited drop boxes 5,700 times during the 2020 election. The evidence ...

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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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Nebraska joins Convention of States effort to amend U.S. Constitution

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The movement for a Convention of States is gaining strength after Nebraska became the 17th state to approve it. A Convention of States to make changes to the U.S. Constitution has never ...

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First Nations Version translates the New Testament for North American Native Peoples

It’s a Bible verse familiar to many Christians — and even to many non-Christians who have seen John 3:16 on billboards and T-shirts or scrawled across eye black under football players’ helmets. ...

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Christian school organization, female athletes ask to join lawsuit about transgender regulations

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Christian Schools International and three female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination. The new policy will allow biological males to compete against girls ...

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Jennie Finch says God is ‘so much more than’ her Olympic gold medal

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If anyone knows what it’s like to win, it’s Olympic medal winner Jennie Finch. At the height of her game, the famed right-handed softball ace was simply unbeatable. Major League Baseball All-Stars ...

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Supreme Court upholds Arizona election integrity laws

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday sided on behalf of strengthened election integrity laws in a case involving Arizona. The court, by a 6-3 vote, reversed a lower court ruling in deciding ...

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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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Arizona begins recount of 2 million 2020 election ballots

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Maricopa County, Arizona is recounting ballots for the 2020 election. The hand audit of more than 2 million was scheduled to have begun Friday. Materials and equipment, including 385 tabulators, were delivered ...

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Missouri House to debate resolution declaring lack of faith in presidential election

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The Missouri House continues to debate the results of the presidential election. On Monday evening, a committee will hear testimony that would declare that Missouri has no faith in election results from ...

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Prominent conservatives urge swing states to appoint own electors

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Some of the nation’s leading conservatives have joined Republicans in Congress penning a letter urging swing states to “exercise their plenary power” to call up electors to the Electoral College. They say ...

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Conservative justices to hear lawsuits in 4 contested states

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When the Trump campaign‘s lawsuits over alleged ballot fraud and other legal issues are heard by Supreme Court justices, they might find sympathetic ears. The Supreme Court on Nov. 20 released the ...

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Here’s where recounts and lawsuits stand in battleground states

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As the winner of the 2020 election remains unclear, numerous lawsuits and recounts continue. The President-Elect will be determined on December 14, by which time all states will have certified the winner ...

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Jewish vote for Republican presidential candidate biggest in decades

Regardless of the outcome of the U.S. presidential race, the close results and possibility of a split Congress indicate that the nation remains deeply divided politically and socially. The Jewish community is ...

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Media expert lays out 4 ways Trump will have Electoral College victory

Donald Trump has won the 2020 Elections by 311 to 227 electoral votes, if you only count legally cast ballots. As of November 11, 2020, the Decision Desk has projected 279 votes for ...

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Church resumes outreach to hard-hit Navajo Nation

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The coronavirus pandemic is having a significant impact on Native American reservations, such as the Navajo Nation in Arizona. “When you go there, I promise you it is a different world,” Pastor Scott ...

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Largest contract yet awarded for border security wall

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President Donald Trump has awarded a North Dakota construction company a major $1.3 billion contract to build a portion of the security wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. In the largest contract to ...

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Vet loses home over $236 in unpaid property taxes

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A disabled Air Force veteran lost his Arizona home after it was auctioned off by the authorities on June 20. Former U.S. Air Force Officer Jim Boerner was gobsmacked when a stranger arrived at ...

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Starbucks forced to apologize to police

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Starbucks has issued a public apology following an incident in which a group of police officers was asked to leave after a customer allegedly complained about feeling “unsafe.” Six officers from the ...

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AZ governor stands by Christian Facebook post despite calls to remove

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey refused to give in to pressure from a state secular organization this week, publicly affirming that he has no intention of removing religious messages posted to his gubernatorial ...

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