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Japan using gas to avoid explosion at nuclear plant.
Of stupid questions and the significance of census.
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2010 (By Year)
IRS's tax help could hurt, says critic
The Internal Revenue Service is offering to do your taxes for you, but a fellow in regulatory studies says there's a catch.
Pro-life group recognizes mom's battle with abortionist
Operation Rescue has named as its pro-life person of the year for 2010 a mother who lost her daughter in a botched abortion.
A lesson to learn from boomers' crisis
Baby boomers nearing age 65 and retirement are facing a financial disaster, but only a few solutions are available.
Politically correct phrase legally incorrect
A "classic effort in propaganda" is how an immigration reform activist views a journalism society's push for the use of politically correct language in news stories concerning illegal immigration.
MS pastors defending civil rights of unborn
On Martin Luther King Day 2011, a special kind of civil rights movement will be birthed in Mississippi.
Anti-porn advocates merge forces
Morality in Media, a well-known anti-pornography organization, is making some changes that should enhance their pro-family efforts.
Denmark, Sweden 'waking up' to terrorism
A Christian convert and former member of the Palestine Liberation Organization says the recent arrest of five Muslim men in Denmark and Sweden illustrates that Europeans are finally rejecting the spread of Islam. Story contains results from Monday's poll
NYC mayor 'rhetorical cheerleader' for mosque
Two conservative legal groups recently released documents revealing that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office has played an active role in helping the developers of the controversial "victory mosque."
Persecution a sign of end times
One Christian author says believers will soon be persecuted in their workplaces for proclaiming their belief in Christ.
California counting calories
The Golden State stands to be the first in the nation to impose "caloric consciousness" by requiring restaurants to reveal to customers the number of calories in meals -- a step one critic says insults Americans' intelligence.
Recording Academy to recognize gospel soloist
The longtime, well-known, 101-year-old gospel singer will be honored by The Recording Academy during February's GRAMMY Awards.
Jesus - the remedy for anti-Semitism
With anti-Semitic acts peaking in one California County, a Messianic Jew says those contributing to the acts may be unknowingly attacking God.
'No room in the inn' for pro-lifers
The Illinois town of Rockford has not been hospitable to a pro-life mobile sonogram unit that is trying to serve the city.
Pure in mind, pure in actions
A nationwide campaign to mobilize youth across the nation to publicly celebrate sexual abstinence until marriage continues to grow.
Op-ed piece on warming a 'bundle' of lies
A climatologist and former NASA scientist says a recent op-ed claiming global warming is responsible for cold weather isn't true.
Calif. still has a sunny side
Despite the results of the midterm elections, a Christian attorney in California is optimistic about his state's future.
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