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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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Palestinians say they’re in a police state not of Israel but of their own leaders

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Palestinians say they’re living in a police state. But contrary to what some may think, it’s not at the hands of Israel, but their own Palestinian leaders. Earlier this year, Palestinian Authority ...

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Salvations skyrocket in Iran as young people oppose government

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Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei rigged the recent elections to install Ebrahim Raisi as president for one major purpose: to warn citizens who are disgruntled with the regime and angry about their ...

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Netanyahu ends 12 years of service as Bennett becomes prime minister

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A record twelve years straight of Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister came to an end Sunday night as Naftali Bennett was sworn in. The new government, which at least temporarily, ends a roadblock ...

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Israel may replace Netanyahu with more conservative Naftali Bennett

Israel may soon have a new leader as an opposition leaders moved closer to unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday. It comes after several parties agreed on terms that may lead ...

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Report: Zuckerberg’s grant program demanded control of elections

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The Amistad Project, an election integrity organization that has spent much time since November reviewing the outside and possibly illegal influences on the 2020 president election, already has filed a complaint with ...

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Kobach announces run for Kansas attorney general

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Kris Kobach on Thursday announced he’s running for Kansas Attorney General. The former Kansas Secretary of State addressed a crowd at the Sedgwick County courthouse, outlining his plan to fight the Biden ...

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Senate candidates Greitens, Schmitt tied in polls

The two declared Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate in 2022 are in a dead heat, according to a recent Remington/MO Scout poll. If the primary election were held today, 40 percent ...

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Netanyahu will not work with Islamist party, instead seek direct election

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Israel still doesn’t have a leader a month after its fourth election in two years. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now says he will seek a direct election for prime minister instead of ...

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Trump focused on mid-terms, looking at 2024

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Former President Donald Trump is focused on taking back the House and Senate next year’s mid-terms while keeping his options open for 2024. His comments come as President Joe Biden suffers disastrous ...

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Benjamin Netanyahu wins his biggest victory ever in Israel’s fourth election in two years

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has secured his largest-ever electoral victory over his rivals after the fourth attempt in two years to unseat him.  Netanyahu’s Likud party is currently leading as the largest ...

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Israel goes to the polls, will Netanyahu survive?

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Israel is at the polls for a historic fourth time in just two years today capping what many hope is the end to a tumultuous political era. The Middle East’s only democracy ...

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What you need to know about H.R. 1: The ‘For the People Act of 2021’

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As a bill giving the federal government power to control local elections moves to the Senate, opposition is growing in many quarters. Constitutional scholars to State Attorney Generals to local election boards ...

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Senator Herschel Walker? Respected football star encouraged to run

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Herschel Walker is one of the most respected athletes of all time. Now, he may be able to add “Senator” to his resume. The legendary running back for the Georgia Bulldogs is ...

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Top 20 stories affecting Israel in 2020

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2020 was one for the ages – one of the strangest, most painful, most bizarre, yet most historic years in modern global history. This was certainly true in Israel and throughout the ...

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Donor disclosure laws threaten constitutional rights, attorney says

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The freedoms of speech and association are under attack according to sixty-two percent of Americans who are afraid to reveal their opinions on matters of public importance. Nearly one-third believe they will ...

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Poll: Missourians support term limits by wide margin

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By an overwhelming majority, Missourians favor term limits. According to a new poll conducted by Scott Rasmussen, voters want the state legislature to advance and defend limits at all levels of government. ...

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Israel could face new election if budget deal fails

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Israel is heading toward more political turmoil as lawmakers look like they’ll fail to compromise on a new budget. The collapse of the government will mean another election in the spring. If ...

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From police reform to expanded mail-in ballots, the Missouri Senate prepares for 2021 session

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Like everyone else, the Missouri Senate is eager for 2021 to arrive. These are some of the pre-filed bills that will be addressed in the upcoming legislative session. The session will cover ...

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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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How history guides us in a contentious presidential election

How can American history be our guide in a modern contested election? We are in the thick of what could become the greatest Constitutional crisis in American history. The mainstream media and ...

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Christian music icon John Michael Talbot says keep your eyes on Jesus during the storm

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Acclaimed musician John Michael Talbot has advice for Christians as they process the results of the recent elections. “Don’t be overly exhilarated if your candidate wins, and don’t be overly depressed if ...

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Local Catholic bishop criticized for letter encouraging pro-life voting

Bishop James V. Johnston Jr. of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese is under fire for a letter he wrote encouraging Catholics to vote for pro-life candidates. The letter does not explicitly tell ...

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When noted journalists bashed political polls

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Poll-bashing – the aggressive, even extreme lambasting of pollsters and their work – used to be blood sport among prominent American journalists. Mike Royko, one of Chicago’s most famous, if cantankerous, journalists, was ...

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Johnson County Republicans elect two conservative immigrants to lead the party

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The Republican Party in Johnson County, Kansas has a new public image after a surprise ending to a vote for party chair and other board positions. It has huge implications for the ...

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