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Bipartisan group of senators condemns pro-abortion protest outside Kavanaugh’s home

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Pro-abortion activists have forced rare unity among both Democrat and Republican Senators. After pro-abortion activists protested outside Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee from both parties quickly came ...

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UK ditches plans for vaccine passports after outcry

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The UK has canceled plans to mandate vaccine passports for pubs and public events across the country. The announcement was made by UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid on Sunday. It comes after ...

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Trump praises Parson for pardoning McCloskeys on gun charges

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Gov. Mike Parson’s pardon of Mark and Patricia McCloskey on gun charges last month has received the approval of former President Donald Trump. “Congratulations to Gov. Mike Parson of Missouri for having ...

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Just 1 case of covid causes lockdown of Australian state

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The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) entered a snap lockdown Aug. 12, after just one positive Covid virus case was detected. The move is being called draconian as the public and some health ...

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Sean Feucht worship event sees Antifa terrorist get saved

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The attack by Antifa last weekend on a Portland prayer and worship gathering held by Sean Feucht made national headlines. What wasn’t reported in the secular media is that Feuecht, founder of ...

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Coast Guard returns 27 Cubans fleeing dictatorship

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The Biden administration is being roundly criticized for sending 27 Cubans fleeing Communism back to the Island dictatorship. The news comes as over 350,000 other migrants from around the world are being housed ...

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Haitian turmoil increases hunger for Gospel

Haitian protests and anarchy surrounding the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has escalated the risk of starvation. It is also increasing hunger for the Gospel, according to Christian workers in the country. ...

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Human rights groups rally to stop Winter Olympics in China

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Human rights activists will rally in Washington, D.C., today to try to stop the 2022 Winter Olympics from being held in China. The effort to prevent the Chinese Communist Party from being ...

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Biden administration finally describes protests in Cuba as pro-democracy

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The Biden administration is being criticized after it originally described the pro-democracy protests in Cuba as just people protesting “Covid-19 cases.” “Peaceful protests are growing in #Cuba as the Cuban people exercise ...

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New documentary says Canadian church crackdown similar to China

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A new documentary claims that the crackdown on churches by the Canadian government resembles communist China. “The Government War on Worship,” which was released by the Calgary-based Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, ...

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Billy Graham chaplains encourage police as deaths rise

At the height of summer heat and social unrest in 2020, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association brought a message of hope and faith to minority communities hit hard by rioting and protests. ...

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Israel responds after Hamas fires rockets at Jerusalem

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The Israeli army reports that the chief of staff has called in troop reinforcements in the country’s south, as tensions continue to rise, despite international calls for a ceasefire. Israeli Defense Minister ...

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Kamala Harris tells ABC News America is not a ‘racist country’

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In a surprising admission, Vice President Kamala Harris has confirmed that America is not racist. Her comments on ABC News contradict much of the current media narrative that is driven by groups ...

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Cities remain on alert while Derek Chauvin found guilty in death of George Floyd

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Cities across the nation are still braced for protests Tuesday night even after former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted in the death of George Floyd. Jurors on April 20 found Chauvin guilty ...

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Billy Graham crisis chaplains deploy to three more storm-hit areas

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The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (BG-RRT) is deploying more crisis-trained chaplains to three additional locations hit hard by southern tornados. Already on the ground in two locations in Alabama after last ...

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Congress gets bodyguards paid for by campaigns

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After hours of often contentious debate, members of Congress can now use campaign money to pay for bodyguards. The decision came down from Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Thursday. Under the new ...

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Even among blacks, support for Black Lives Matter waning, police rising, poll finds

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The long-awaited trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd began last week in Minneapolis. Americans’ faith in the Black Lives Matter movement has dropped since last ...

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Portland riots break out again at federal courthouse

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Portland descended into chaos once again as rioters attacked a federal courthouse Thursday evening. Fires were lit, windows shattered and federal officers attacked in the riots. The Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse was ...

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Myanmar police raid church as pro-democracy protests continue

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Churches in Myanmar have been drawn into the violent crackdown against pro-democracy protesters. On Tuesday military and police ramped up use of tear gas and rubber bullets against citizens demonstrating the February overthrow ...

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Missouri Senate bill penalizes protestors who block streets, deface monuments

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Protestors who block streets would be penalized under legislation initially approved by the Missouri Senate this week. The bill also aims to prevent municipalities from decreasing budgets for law enforcement agencies in ...

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Parler back online with commitment to free speech

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Parler is back. The interim CEO Mark Meckler said it will continue the company’s vision of being a space that protects free speech in a way that is “more firm and entrenched ...

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USA Today subtly encourages retailers to drop MyPillow

Media outlets like USA Today are seemingly putting pressure on retailers to drop MyPillow. Mike Lindell, the latest victims of the cancel culture, has already seen his linen line dropped by Kohl’s, ...

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The left wants to eliminate competing ideas

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It was President Dwight Eisenhower who once wrote that “in a democracy debate is the breath of life.” Today, it seems as if the left wants to snuff that breath out. Competing ...

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Parler back in business after securing new web hosting service

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Parler has found a new hosting service after Amazon Web Services booted the social media website off their servers. “Now seems like the right time to remind you all — both lovers ...

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Pastors now more skittish to preach on race

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Pastors seem more reluctant to address issues of race in their congregations today than four years ago. According to a LifeWay Research study, 74% of pastors agree their congregation would welcome a sermon ...

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