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Pew Poll: 80% of Americans say media favors one political side

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A recent Pew poll found that almost sixty percent of Americans believe news organizations “don’t understand people like them” and eighty percent believe the media are biased. “Overall, 59 percent of Americans ...

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Missouri passes Anti-Discrimination Against Israel Act

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The Missouri Legislature has passed the “Anti-Discrimination Against Israel Act.” The vote came Thursday and Gov. Mike Parson is expected to sign it into law. The American Jewish Committee is one of ...

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Globalist movement may be a casualty of worldwide pandemic

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Virus-related disruption to supply chains and China’s threat to withhold medications from Americans has exposed the vulnerability of the United State’s reliance on sources in foreign countries. That’s the growing consensus among ...

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COVID-19 has greater impact on African American community

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Traditionally African American churches may face greater challenges in helping members address the coronavirus threat. The virus is affecting the black community at a disproportionately higher rate than the general population across ...

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Chiefs’ Super Bowl appearance boosts Kansas City worldwide

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The city of Miami will reap an economic windfall from this year’s Super Bowl. But will the Chiefs’ worldwide exposure also benefit Kansas City? Yes, said a professor at the Missouri University ...

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University of Missouri loses donation after ignoring wishes of libertarian donor

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Sherlock Hibbs, who graduated from the University of Missouri, gave his alma mater $5 million to teach free-market economics. Because MU did not honor his wishes for the donation, most of that ...

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Trump signs $47 billion trade agreement with Japan in blow to China

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Lost in the news this week comes a major victory in the trade war with Communist China. The United States and Japan signed on Oct. 7 a trade agreement that would open up markets to ...

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‘Peace to Prosperity’ plan for Israel, Palestinians to be announced

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Attempting to succeed where others have failed, the Trump administration will unveil its peace plan for Israel and the Palestinian people during an international conference in Bahrain in June, the White House ...

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Tear down the tax wall

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The role of government is to maintain an environment for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and not to manage the economy not continue an unproductive tax wall. The best government ...

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Church leaders want to build wealth and homeownership in black community

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Is it possible to build wealth in the African-American community, decrease dependence on government welfare, and ensure future generations of blacks are better off financially than their parents? It is say Christian ...

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