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‘Not What Our Founders Said’: John MacArthur defies judge’s ruling forcing church to close

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Los Angeles County’s Democrat officials have convinced a judge to end indoor services at the megachurch John MacArthur pastors. Four previous attempts had failed and now the church is defying those orders. ...

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‘We Back Blue’ march in Kansas City shows support for law enforcement

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On the day two deputy sheriffs were ambushed in Los Angeles, marchers turned out in Kansas City to show their support for law enforcement. About 140 people participated in the We Back ...

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Fan reaction is mixed to social justice protests at Chiefs’ opening game

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Thursday night’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium was a trial run for the NFL’s new social justice policies and support for Black Lives Matter. The ...

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Sweden battles for its streets as police beg for citizens to stand up to violence

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Sweden needs help and its law enforcement is begging citizens to respond or risk losing the nation. Analysts say the situation in the nordic country has deteriorated to such a degree that ...

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Communist group to hold anti-Trump rally in Kansas City, other metros on Saturday

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Kansas City is one of more than 20 U.S. cities targeted by communist groups for anti-Trump rallies this Saturday. The event is scheduled for noon at 47th and Main Streets at the ...

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‘Leave it to law enforcement”: President Trump asks supporters not to confront rioters

After numerous attacks on supporters of President Donald Trump, including the murder of an African-American supporter in Milwaukee, is warning his supporters to be careful and leave Antifa and rioters to the ...

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Chiefs’ owner Clark Hunt looks to past to guide decisions during tumultuous times

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As the NFL season approaches, Clark Hunt, CEO and president of the Kansas City Chiefs, is faced with more than just football decisions, “USA Today” reported. “Going back to the beginning of ...

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Sister identifies brother as Antifa shooter who killed Trump supporter in Portland

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A woman has turned in her brother saying he’s the Antifa member who fatally shot a supporter of President Trump. The shooting happened during demonstration over the weekend in Portland. “We reached ...

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From riots to Hurricane Laura, Samaritan’s Purse, Operation Blessing respond to human toll

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Now that Hurricane Laura has blown through the Gulf Coast, it’s time for families to begin rebuilding their lives and property. Two leading Christian relief organizations, Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Blessing, already ...

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Kansas City church forgives vandals at center of recent attack

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A Kansas City church is putting the admonition to turn the other cheek into action even for vandals who recently attacked their property. It’s not known if the vandalism is related to ...

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Attorney General Barr praises arrest of LeGend Taliferro’s alleged killer

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The U.S. Justice Department’s “Operation LeGend” in Kansas City resulted in a murder charge against the alleged killer of 4-year-old LeGend Taliferro. “Today’s arrest of LeGend Taliferro’s suspected murderer marks a significant ...

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Mom of 5-year-old Cannon seeks the death penalty for neighbor who shot him in the face

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The grieving mother of a pre-schooler who was shot and killed by the boy’s neighbor has said through tears that she wants justice for her child. Five-year-old Cannon Hinnant was allegedly killed ...

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Former football star Herschel Walker criticizes double standard on protests and church gatherings

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If people can protest, they also should be allowed to attend church, according to Herschel Walker, former NFL and Heisman Trophy-winning running back. “We keep hearing the importance of freedom of speech… ...

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Murder charges announced in death of 4-year-old Legend

Charges have been filed against a man in the killing of 4-year-old LeGend M. Taliferro. The child was shot in June while asleep in his home in Kansas City. Ryson Ellis, 22, ...

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Tony Dungy defends athletes who stand for national anthem

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Tony Dungy is defending athletes who choose to stand for the national anthem. Dungy discussed the decision by Jonathan Isaac of the NBA’s Orlando Magic to stand during the anthem. Up until ...

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Oregon Christian college students stand firm against protestors attacking cross on campus

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Students at New Hope Christian College in Eugene, Ore., last week stood up to protestors who wanted to deface and tear down a cross that has been on the small private Christian ...

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Protestors in Portland are burning Bibles

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In a scene reminiscent of 1930s Nazi Germany, protestors in Portland, Oregon are now burning Bibles in the street. Protesters carrying “Black Lives Matter” signs threw Bibles into a fire in front ...

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San Francisco Giants pitcher refuses to kneel because of faith

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Pitcher Sam Coonrod of the San Francisco Giants recently took a stand by refusing to take a knee. He said his Christian faith was the reason he refused to kneel during the ...

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St. Louis County prosecutor clears officer who shot Michael Brown

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Six years after a police shooting of Michael Brown triggered riots in Ferguson, Mo., the St. Louis County prosecutor has announced that his office will not seek charges against officer Darren Wilson. ...

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Riots and Protests: What America can learn from Israel: Q&A with David Rubin

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Israeli David Rubin knows something about the personal cost of terrorism. It touched his family in a horrific way. Rubin is the former Mayor of Shiloh, Israel and was with his then ...

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100 police agencies withdraw from guarding Democratic Convention

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In a historic announcement, more than 100 police agencies are pulling out of agreements to send personnel to the Democratic National Convention (DNC) scheduled for August. The police departments stated they could ...

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After endorsing Obama/Biden twice, police unions now support Trump

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Families of police officers applauded this week as the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection. It had supported the Obama/Biden ticket in 2008 and 2012. The ...

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Christian leaders concerned about rising attacks on churches

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Attacks against churches is rising at alarming rates, said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. “It looked like something out of a 2015 news report — a picture from ISIS, ...

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Gov. Newsom sued for banning church singing but not protest yelling

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Civil rights proponents say Gov. Gavin Newsom has once again trampled on religious freedom as he bans gatherings, not only in houses of worship but also prayer groups and bible studies in ...

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Missouri attorney general calls out controversial St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner

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St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner continues to be in the spotlight for making controversial decisions including releasing rioters arrested for looting and arson in recent protests. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt responded ...

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