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Historian explains why Founding Fathers set up the Electoral College

Presidential historian Doug Wead explained why the Founding Fathers created the Electoral College during a recent interview with “Fox & Friends.” “Balance. Checks and balance and to give everybody a vote,” he ...

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Constitution under siege: The Electoral College battle

“Every vote should count.” To many that sounds fair. It sounds right. But is it? “The Electoral College is wrong. The person who gets the most votes should be president.” Does that ...

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What freedoms do Americans value most?

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A new study shows the vast majority of Americans do not understand their constitutional freedoms, and worse yet, cannot name many of them. Of the 2,000 adults who took part in the ...

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Democrat states ensuring Republican president never elected again

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Liberal states and elected officials are mounting an increasingly popular initiative to undermine the Electoral College by awarding state Electoral College votes in presidential elections to the winner of the national popular ...

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Will the Supreme Court protect this 40-foot veteran’s cross?

The Supreme Court seemed poised Wednesday to protect a 40-foot memorial cross on public land in Bladensburg, Maryland, from a lawsuit that argues it violates the Constitution. Though the bottom-line outcome was ...

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Liberal states move to circumvent Constitution in next election

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Democrats across the country are pushing legislation to grant the presidency to the popular vote winner in a move that would undermine the Electoral College system as outlined in the Constitution. That ...

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Letter from George Washington credits God for Constitution

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In an age when secularists try to remove God from the public square and deny the role faith played in our founding, a letter is revealing just how much credit those founders ...

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Vice President Pence’s wife attacked for new job at Christian school

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The battle to force private schools and churches to hire LGBT and cross-gender teachers, pastors and staff is heating up after the new job of the wife of Vice President Pence was ...

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Universities had to be told: Due process Is a right, not a privilege

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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos used a Nov. 16 press release to unveil a new draft rule proposal for the Department of Education to address a chaotic situation that has developed ...

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Visit Lecompton to see Midwest’s largest Christmas trees and ornaments display

You can experience the holiday magic of Christmas when visiting Historic Lecompton, Kansas. Visitors can see an indoor display of over 150 Christmas trees decorated in antique, Victorian, vintage and theme decor – ...

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CBS News’ Major Garrett disagrees with CNN’s press conference incivility

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On CBN’s Faith Nation last week, CBS White House Correspondent Major Garrett weighed in on the fight between CNN and the Trump Administration over the confiscation of reporter Jim Acosta’s White House press pass and the subsequent ...

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Medical Marijuana: Amendments 2 & Proposition C

Missourians will go to the polls Tuesday and for the first time, face three ballot questions about medical marijuana. To be clear, none of these questions on the ballot involve recreational use ...

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Marijuana Amendment 3: Why you should vote ‘NO’

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There is considerable debate over the medical benefits of medical marijuana. Metro Voice understands that debate even extends to the Christian and conservative communities. Reasonable people can disagree. This article is about Amendment 3 ...

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Hawley favors restoring free speech rights to religious leaders

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Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley believes a 1954 law banning pastors from speaking on political topics should be repealed. Known as the Johnson Amendment, it is part of the federal tax code ...

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What you didn’t know about prayer in schools

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The right of religious expression, especially the right to pray, for students attending public schools is alive and well. Most people just don’t realize it. Titled “It is Legal to Pray in ...

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Supreme Court rules Kansas woman can pray in her home

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In a stunning reversal of a lower court decision Thursday, the US Supreme Court sided with religious liberty, ruling unanimously that a Kansas woman does indeed have the right to pray in ...

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Pro-life pregnancy centers win big at Supreme Court

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WASHINGTON – Pro-life Californians scored a big win in the Supreme Court Tuesday. In a 5-4 ruling, justices decided a California law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise information about abortion ...

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Does the Kansas Constitution guarantee the right to life or the right to abortion?

A state court has ruled that the Kansas ban of dismemberment abortion of a living unborn child violates our State constitution. In response, the legislature will consider putting a proposed constitutional amendment ...

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Atheists upset with Sedgwick County Commission prayer policy

Even though a 2014 U.S. Supreme Court ruling said opening governmental meetings in prayer is constitutional, Kansas atheists are again upset. The target this time? The Sedgwick County Commission which has opened ...

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Amendments on Missouri ballot range from cigarettes to voter ID

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Missouri voters to Decide on 6 Proposed Amendments to State Constitution   Six ballot measures have been certified by the office of the Missouri Secretary of State (SOS) to appear on the ...

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