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Nike cut Olympic athlete’s funding 70% when they learned she was pregnant

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So much for empowering women. Nike and other companies have been outed for their treatment of female Olympic athletes as the games begin this month. At that level of competition, the stakes ...

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The Chauvin-Floyd trial and the pursuit of justice

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Guilty on all three counts. That was the sentence heard across America, as former police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter of George ...

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Kansas law banning dismemberment abortion of live babies in the womb blocked by judge

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A Shawnee County Judge has issued an opinion siding with Kansas City-area abortionists and striking down a law prohibiting the brutal practice of live dismemberment abortion. The 2015 law received overwhelming bi-partisan support in the Kansas legislature and is ...

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Justice Clarence Thomas: Big Tech has no right to ban speech

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The Supreme Court handed Donald Trump a victory on Monday, saying he was free to block whomever he chooses on Twitter. While the decision may have little impact on Trump who is ...

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Cancel culture catches up with Obama the ‘oppressor’

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“Obama is another oppressor.” Those are not my words. Instead, they are the words of immigrant activist Julie Contreras, who “works with a group that runs shelters for undocumented children at the ...

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar calls for conservatives to be silenced

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Conservative celebrities would be censored if former basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had his way. “No matter their previous achievements, celebrities deserve legacy-killing backlash when they spread ignorance,” he wrote in an op-ed ...

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Dr. James Dobson: The election isn’t about you

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Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, has released a letter about the election to his millions of listeners and fans of his books. Dear reader, This will be my ...

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Here’s the NYT editorial by Sen. Tom Cotton the paper has now apologized for running and now called fascist

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[Editor’s Note: Last week, the New York Times asked Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton to write an editorial on the recent violent protests and rioting. Cotton wrote about the importance of protecting lives ...

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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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Trump more like Churchill than critics want to admit

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British leader Winston Churchill, like President Donald Trump, had his critics and his foibles. It’s ironic and hypocritical that many on the left have been so desperate to criticize the President in ...

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A response to Christianity Today and their call to remove Trump from office

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Like many Christians, I have great respect for Christianity Today. It remains a hallmark, evangelical publication. And although it has leaned leftward in some respects in recent years, it is quite conservative ...

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Barna finds public associates evangelicals with conservatism

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Although evangelical Christians comprise only 6 percent of the U.S. population according to The Barna Group, they have significant political influence, especially in the Trump administration. As a result, a new Barna ...

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After weeks of hearings, impeachment effort still stands on hearsay

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After televised hearings failed to rouse the public or garner support for Democrats seeking impeachment, the mainly hearsay and presumptive testimony came to an end Thursday. Polls show no movement in public ...

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Voters respond positively to President’s speech

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Polls taken immediately after the State of the Union speech show broad approval for the President’s themes. A CBS News poll showed 73 percent of Americans liked the tone of the speech ...

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