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McCabe labeled 'a stench in the nostrils of honest men'

McCabe labeled 'a stench in the nostrils of honest men'

McCabe 'a stench in the nostrils of honest men,' says attorney
'No thanks' – School board to campus condom distributor

'No thanks' – School board to campus condom distributor

'No thanks' – School board to campus condom distributor
Trump's warning to Maduro found favor among Latinos

Trump's warning to Maduro found favor among Latinos

Trump's warning to Maduro found favor among Latinos
The fate of cross-shaped memorials is on the docket

The fate of cross-shaped memorials is on the docket

The fate of cross-shaped memorials is on the docket
UMC could choose Bible-affirming 'Tradition Plan'

UMC could choose Bible-affirming 'Tradition Plan'

UMC could choose Bible-affirming 'Tradition Plan'
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Country that doesn't kill killers OK with killing depressed

Country that doesn't kill killers OK with killing depressed

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A study of Belgium prisoners, who were killed at their own request, has revealed tragic irony in a country with liberal euthanasia laws.
Newest 'peace deal' may join fate of many others

Newest 'peace deal' may join fate of many others

Chad Groening
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Any future Israeli-Palestinian peace talks will break down if neither side is willing to compromise, says a national security analyst.
Trump gets food stamp usage down 12 mos. straight

Trump gets food stamp usage down 12 mos. straight

Michael F. Haverluck
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The latest government report announced that overall food stamp participation in the United States has declined for 12 straight months under the Trump administration.
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Malkin's handy history of fake noose

Malkin's handy history of fake noose

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Is it any wonder that American news consumers are at the end of their ropes of patience with the "mainstream media"?
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Pro-lifers describe legal efforts to keep up good fight

Pro-lifers describe legal efforts to keep up good fight

Chris Woodward, Charlie Butts
Thursday, February 21, 2019
A ban on dismemberment abortion in Ohio is facing a lawsuit by Planned Parenthood and a pro-life group in Iowa, meanwhile, is vowing a lawsuit over a heartbeat bill.
UMC could choose Bible-affirming 'Tradition Plan'

UMC could choose Bible-affirming 'Tradition Plan'

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
United Methodists are preparing for an important meeting in St Louis this weekend where the issue of openly homosexual pastors will be discussed.
At issue: Growing popularity in school choice

New era of educational freedom in U.S.

Bob Kellogg
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A Washington, DC-based pro-school choice organization is seeing signs of a new era of educational freedom in America.
With prayerful plans, Wycliffe eyes 2025 goal

With prayerful plans, Wycliffe eyes 2025 goal

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
It's proving to be another busy year for Bible translation.
Rep. Omar's anti-Semitism spurs petition to resign

Rep. Omar's anti-Semitism spurs petition to resign

Michael F. Haverluck
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
In response to new Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-Minn.) anti-Semitic agenda, a pro-Israel group has launched a petition calling for her immediate resignation.
Newest 'peace deal' may join fate of many others

Newest 'peace deal' may join fate of many others

Chad Groening
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Any future Israeli-Palestinian peace talks will break down if neither side is willing to compromise, says a national security analyst.
Country that doesn't kill killers OK with killing depressed

Country that doesn't kill killers OK with killing depressed

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A study of Belgium prisoners, who were killed at their own request, has revealed tragic irony in a country with liberal euthanasia laws.
Media's use of pro-euthanasia talking points hides intent of bill

Media's use of pro-euthanasia talking points hides intent of bill

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Opponents of doctor-assisted suicide are gearing up for a major battle in New York – and the media appears to have chosen whose side they're on.
FCC gets earful from PTC over violent content

FCC gets earful from PTC over violent content

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A media watchdog group says enough is enough: a year after the tragic Parkland shooting, it's time for the Federal Communications Commission to review the media's content system.
Trump gets food stamp usage down 12 mos. straight

Trump gets food stamp usage down 12 mos. straight

Michael F. Haverluck
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The latest government report announced that overall food stamp participation in the United States has declined for 12 straight months under the Trump administration.
Bahrain promotes religious freedom, helps whole society

Bahrain promotes religious freedom, helps whole society

Bill Bumpas
Monday, February 11, 2019
In the midst of increased persecution of Christians around the world, a country on the Persian Gulf in the Middle East appears to be demonstrating how to implement religious freedom.
The 'little green dream' kills the 747 but saves earth

The 'little green dream' kills the 747 but saves earth

Chris Woodward, Billy Davis
Friday, February 8, 2019
It's being described as progressive and ambitious, or laughable and silly, but the "Green New Deal" is definitely making headlines regardless of your views on fossil fuels, air travel, and cow flatulence.