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Sen. Josh Hawley maintains strong poll numbers, fundraising despite media attacks

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A number of liberal politicians and media outlets criticized Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, often with misinformation, after protests at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. A year later, the Republican lawmaker ...

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2021: The year of mistrust and suspicion

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Although there are many things that characterize the year 2021, perhaps nothing is more conspicuous than the deep lack of trust that Americans have in their national leadership. From the president to ...

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Parents’ rights, education have voters fired up for 2022 midterm elections

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Voters will return to the polls next November, with the midterm elections being among the most highly anticipated in recent years. Much of that enthusiasm is being driven by parents. Although midterms ...

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Americans disagree about allowing religious exemptions for vaccination but majority support

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Americans are divided over whether COVID-19 vaccination mandates should include religious exemptions, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute and Interfaith Youth Core. The survey, which was released late ...

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Biden touts infrastructure in Kansas City as polls plummet

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President Joe Biden was in Kansas City on Wednesday to discuss infrastructure but its the polls that need rebuilding according to news reports. Biden touted the $1 trillion bill he signed into ...

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Membership slide continues in mainline Episcopal Church

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Membership in the Episcopal Church continues to decline. In one report, the number of baptized members dropped from 1.798 million to approximately 1.736 million between 2019 and 2020, resulting in a reduction of about ...

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Manchin conditions spending vote on saving Hyde Amendment

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Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he will not vote for the proposed multi-trillion-dollar spending bill unless it restores the pro-life Hyde Amendment. Progressive House members responded by saying most ...

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Commission on expanding the Supreme Court against the idea, upsetting progressives

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President Joe Biden’s attempts to pack the Supreme Court with liberal justices may have hit a roadblock. A commission created by Biden issued draft documents late Thursday revealing significant skepticism towards progressives ...

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Fear of the mark of the beast not a valid reason to avoid vaccine, scholars say

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Although some people have legitimate reasons for not being vaccinated for COVID-19, fear of receiving the mark of the beast mentioned in Revelation should not be one of them, a New Testament ...

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Judge jails grandmother for Jan. 6 Facebook posts, not for entering Capitol

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An Obama-appointed judge is handing out jail time for Jan. 6 Capitol protesters even as prosecutors don’t seek it. An Indiana grandmother who entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was sentenced ...

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“Things happen through God,” Donald Trump says in interview

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Former President Donald Trump has indicated that he will run for the office again in 2024. Last weekend, he told CBN News that God could play a part. “I guess a bad ...

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Trump takes huge lead in 2024 matchups

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Former President Donald Trump would be the frontrunner for the Republican nomination if he chooses to enter the 2024 race, according to a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released exclusively to “The Hill.” ...

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President Biden’s approval rating continues to plunge in polls

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Fewer than four in 10 Americans approve of the job President Joe Biden is doing according to the latest polls. A new Economist/YouGov poll found that Biden’s approval ratings “on his handling ...

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Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate in Missouri flip-flops on abortion

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The list of pro-life Democrat politicians continues to shrink. Lucas Kunce, who has announced his candidacy to replace Roy Blunt in the U.S. Senate, now calls himself pro-choice. Kunce unsuccessfully challenged Republican ...

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Democrat Joe Manchin casts deciding vote to save Hyde Amendment

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The prolife Hyde Amendment has survived by a single vote. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia joined with all Republican senators to pass an amendment prohibiting federal dollars from being used ...

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Family Research Council launches website to track taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood

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The Family Research Council has launched a new tracking website called “America’s Direct Deposit to Planned Parenthood” that shows taxpayer funding and abortion data since 1994. This new analysis combines information from ...

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Consumers tire as corporations insert ‘woke’ politics into all aspects of life

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Corporate America, once worried about offending customers and losing sales, now is “woke.” Woke means self-righteous awareness of alleged social or political injustice. Sometimes that injustice is real, but sometimes it’s just ...

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Republicans believe stage is set to regain control of Congress in 2022

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Republicans believe they have the momentum to take back the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections. Conventional wisdom says the party not in the White House — in this case, ...

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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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Fear of Covid runs high in young adults, contrary to actual risk

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New polling finds that young American adults have a fear of Covid not supported by data outlining their actual risk. Nearly 3 million Americans are being vaccinated against COVID-19 each day, but ...

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Polls find record low church attendance, majority of Republicans support same-sex marriage

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For the first time, religious service attendance has fallen below 50 percent while a majority of Republican voters say they support same-sex marriage. According to a Public Religion Research Institute polls, less ...

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Home sales dip as uncertainty grows over taxes, spending

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Is the 4-year housing boom coming to an end? That possibility has some worried as home sales fell more than expected in February and the Biden administration moves forward with a massive ...

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Data reveals gender gap in nonreligious Americans

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One of the most consequential stories in American religion in recent years is the rapid and seemingly unceasing rise of “nones” – those who respond to questions about their nonreligious affiliation by ...

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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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Americans more accepting of churches defying lockdown orders today than in March

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The American public is much more accepting of churches defying coronavirus lockdown orders today than they were last spring. Paul Djupe, an affiliated scholar with the Public Religion Research Institute, and Ryan ...

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