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IMF: US recovery 50% stronger than expected

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The U.S. economy is recovering faster than anyone thought. That assessment is not from the Trump administration but from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The IMF has issued a “significant upgrade” to ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley wants government to tackle mental health aspects of lockdowns

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The ongoing pandemic and accompanying lockdowns is taking a toll on the health of many Americans, U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri said. “This time has been extraordinarily hard on people from ...

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U.S. to tighten Mexico City Policy restrictions on taxpayer funds for overseas abortions

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The Trump administration this week moved to tighten restrictions on the use of U.S. tax money to promote or perform abortions overseas. Those restrictions will be part of the Mexico City Policy. ...

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Mike Huckabee praises launch of National Association of Christian Legislators

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A new association of Christian elected officials has gained the support of Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate. The National Association of Christian Lawmakers (NACL), which was founded by Arkansas ...

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Leaked audio now shows Goodyear lied in responding to policy

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Leaked audio now shows Goodyear executives lied when they denied the company was hindering the wearing of specific clothing with Blue Lives Matter slogans.The audio, which was secretly recorded by a Goodyear ...

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No results on election night? Get ready, says Federal Elections Commission

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The head of the Federal Elections Commission this week warned Americans that there is a “substantial chance” the final outcome of the presidential election may not be known on election night. The ...

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Supreme Court will hear Christian college student’s case against ‘free speech zone’

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The Supreme Court has agreed to review a First Amendment lawsuit in which a Georgia college belatedly expanded free speech on campus after a Christian student ran afoul of its constitutionally suspect campus “speech ...

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Lawmakers demand records from states that forced nursing homes to accept Covid-19 patients

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Five states that mandated that nursing homes take in COVID-19 patients despite federal pandemic warnings against the deadly practice, are being investigated by Congressional lawmakers. The governors are being blamed for causing ...

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Here’s the reopening schedule with all 50 states as COVID-19 flattens

The debate whether the nation’s governors and mayors overstepped Constitutional boundaries will be debated for years. In fact, lawsuits charging unconstitutional restrictions of freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, have already ...

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The ‘Squad’ wants $14,000 debit card for illegal immigrants

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Unpopular Democrat Congresswoman Rep. Ilhan Omar has been joined by three other  Democrats, commonly referred to as “The Squad,” in calling for American taxpayers to pay out stimulus funds to illegal immigrants.  ...

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U.S. Supreme Court says it will hear same-sex adoption case

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a case that could determine if, because of their religious beliefs, faith-based adoption agencies can decline to place children in same-sex homes. The ...

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Trump administration, Taliban sign deal to end Afghan war

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Polls show overwhelming support for ending the war in Afghanistan and today President Donald Trump made good on his campaign promise to do just that. The United States signed a peace agreement ...

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California farmers get help from President in fight over water

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California farmers have received relief in their decades-long battle with California Democrats and the Obama administration over the fight for water. President Donald Trump on Feb. 19 signed a memorandum to develop and deliver more ...

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New Yorkers banned from future Global Entry passport participation

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New Yorkers applying for the Global Entry program and other trusted traveler programs have a new reality. They’re no longer considered “trusted.” That’s because the Department of Homeland Security is suspending enrollment ...

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Students talk to President about religious discrimination

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While it was virtually ignored in the news this week, students, teachers, coaches and religious freedom activists with diverse faith backgrounds visited the White House to talk about religious discrimination and intimidation. ...

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President Trump honored with ‘Witness for Life’ award

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Pro-life organizations have repeatedly said Donald Trump is the most pro-life president in American history. Now, he has been chosen by a major pro-life organization to receive the first Dr. Bernard N. Nathanson “Courageous ...

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Are evangelicals who support Trump fools?

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In a lengthy op-ed piece for the Christian Post, Chris Thurman claims that “evangelicals who support Donald Trump are being both blind and foolish to do so.” Therefore “labeling them as such ...

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Migrants returning to home countries from Mexico under Trump policy

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Thousands of migrants who entered the US illegally and were sent back to mexico to wait for asylum hearings, are returning to their home countries.

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Planned Parenthood opens Illinois abortion clinic to attract women from St. Louis

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Missouri has a pro-life governor and legislature, while Illinois has one of the most liberal climates for abortion in the nation. As abortion options dwindle in the Show-Me state, Planned Parenthood has ...

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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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Leading scientists send letter to UN stating there is no climate emergency

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A group of scientists and professionals in climate and related fields sent a letter to the United Nations on Sept. 23 declaring that “there is no climate emergency.” “The general-circulation models of climate on which international ...

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News Briefs: Robo calls; China hacking cancer research; DOJ releases eye-opening arrest data;

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Here’s your daily news briefs. DOJ says majority of arrests are non-citizens Noncitizen immigrants in the United States accounted for a whopping 64 percent of all federal arrests in 2018. That’s according to new ...

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Local officials learning tax hikes doom consumer spending

City and county officials in Johnson County recently told the Kansas City Star they are ‘puzzled’ by sluggish sales tax collections and consumer spending. They shouldn’t be.  Local officials should realize the obvious. Kansans ...

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Trump looks at ending birthright citizenship

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It’s a policy in which the United States stands virtually alone in the world – allowing individuals to come to the country solely to have a child who is then automatically a ...

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Omar, Tlaib now want to cut Israel aid

Democrats are considering punishing Israel for its right to deny two anti-Semitic Congresswomen from entering the nation after it was revealed their trip was sponsored by a group sympathetic to terrorism. Rep. ...

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