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Secretary Ben Carson launches new federal effort with faith groups to end homelessness

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Can the federal government effectively work with faith organizations to tackle the most pressing issues in society? Yes, according to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson. The ...

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VIDEO: Google admits work to censor, meddle in election

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An undercover journalism nonprofit has released a video of a Google staffer speaking about the ability of the big tech giant to boost or censor political views. Adriano Amaduzzi, a technical account manager at Google Marketing, ...

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Associated Press adopts Democrat talking points on ‘court packing’

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Newspapers and other media outlets are being criticized for using the talking points of Democrats in their reporting of the hearings for Amy Coney Barrett. They’re being led by the Associated Press, ...

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More ballots found in trash, this time in California

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This week saw numerous instances of mail-in ballots being found in the trash, 50,000 going to the wrong people in just one North Carolina county. On Thursday, over a dozen ballots were found ...

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Political conservatives and moderates more likely than liberals to pray

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More than 160 million adult Americans pray each week, according to a new survey by the non-partisan Presidential Prayer team. In the general public, nearly half of all adults claims to pray ...

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Thousands participate in Kansas City Trump parade

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Thousands of Kansas Citians turned out on Saturday for a Trump Parade from Liberty Memorial to the Country Club Plaza. The local Public Radio station KCUR, which along with the Kansas City ...

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Police officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case but not for her death

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Louisville, Kentucky is bracing for a night of riots after a since fired police officer was indicted, but not specifically for the death of Breonna Taylor. Brett Hankison was involved in serving ...

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‘Future of religious oppression’: Sam Brownback on China’s high-tech persecution

Former Kansas governor and senator Sam Brownback said China’s use of high-tech surveillance to oppress and monitor Uighur Muslims is the future of religious oppression that could spread across the world. Brownback ...

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Top MSNBC producer resigns, exposes network as ‘cancer’ stoking ‘division’

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An MSNBC producer is blowing the whistle on the network’s agenda to divide the nation. Ariana Pekary penned a damning resignation letter Monday comparing broadcast news to a “cancer” that is stoking national ...

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Walmart will be closed on Thanksgiving this year

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Walmart announced on Tuesday it will close all of its stores on Thanksgiving this year. The move shocked retail analysts who point to a trend in recent years in which Black Friday ...

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Oregon official admits faking racist letter

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In yet another example of a faked hate crime, an Oregon politician has admitted he fabricated the entire thing.  Oregon Democrat Jonathan Lopez confessed to penning a racist letter to himself after ...

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Study: Easily offended are bad employees and hypocrites

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A new study has found that millennials who are easily offended are the worst employees. The report, from San Diego State University, says that easily offended people never get anything done and ...

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Kansas City-St. Joseph Catholic Diocese ends ‘The Catholic Key’ newspaper

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The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph no longer has its own newspaper. “The Catholic Key” has stopped publication. “The Catholic Key” had been published since 1968, and the 27 counties in ...

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Media hated Trump Mount Rushmore Speech while public applauded

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President Trump’s Independence Day speech was met with cheers from the right and derision from the left.  Media critics are wondering if news outlets actually watched the speech before commenting on it. ...

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Kansas News Briefs

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Kansas News Briefs – Congressman Roger Marshall Faces Attacks in GOP Senate Debate TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas congressman running for the U.S. Senate has come under attack over a 12-year-old ...

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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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“God, Trump and COVID-19” takes timely look at today’s critical issues

“God, Trump and COVID-19: How the Pandemic Is Affecting Christians, the World and America’s 2020 Election,” a new book by Stephen Strang, brings clarity to the world-changing events of 2020. The book ...

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President Trump encourages Coptic Christians amid Egyptian persecution

On June 1, 2020, President Trump issued a statement titled “Presidential Message on Global Coptic Day, 2020.” (Copts are Egypt’s indigenous Christians, now a minority.) After sending his “best wishes” to the ...

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Christians in Nigeria: Almost 700 slaughtered by Fulani militias this year

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Christian women, children, the elderly, disabled and men continue to die by the hundreds across northern Nigeria at the hands of Muslim Fulani terrorists. A new report from Nigeria details the latest ...

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Home Depot founder accuses mainstream media of fear mongering

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Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus is blaming the mainstream media for “frightening America.” Speaking with Fox News‘ Laura Ingraham, Marcus said that America needs to focus on protecting the vulnerable instead 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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‘Completely dishonest editing’: White House says of NBC video clip

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In another example of what media analysts say is media bias, NBC admitted spreading an edited video clip of Attorney General William Barr that was abruptly cut off, dramatically altering the meaning ...

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VIEWPOINTS: What others are saying about reopening

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Last week, as areas of the country began reopening, United States Attorney General William Barr ordered federal prosecutors across the U.S. to identify coronavirus-related restrictions from state and local governments “that could ...

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World uniting against Communist China over pandemic

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The world is uniting against China after diplomatic frustration and anger over the Communist regime’s secrecy, propaganda, misinformation and aggressive diplomacy reaches a boiling point. In recent weeks, Chinese diplomats have engaged ...

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Plenty of good news is happening even amid the ongoing pandemic

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Reading the news headlines these days is not for the faint of heart. As we know, news outlets thrive and profit from bad news – especially the pandemic. News ratings during the ...

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