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San Diego: Islam is awesome and we are its prophet

San Diego: Islam is awesome and we are its prophet

San Diego: Islam is awesome and we are its prophet
Study: Pain a minor reason for those requesting suicide drugs

Study: Pain a minor reason for those requesting suicide drugs

Pain a minor reason for those requesting suicide drugs
Dems' leader spews profanity, zings pro-lifers

Dems' leader spews profanity, zings pro-lifers

Dems' leader spews profanity, zings pro-lifers
Anglicans challenge Church of England's homosexual agenda

Anglicans challenge Church of England's homosexual agenda

Anglicans challenge a homosexual agenda
Most persecuted Christians: Evangelicals, Pentecostals

Most persecuted Christians: Evangelicals, Pentecostals

Most persecuted Christians: Evangelicals, Pentecostals
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Saudi Arabia appointed to women's rights body – no joke

No joke ... Saudi Arabia on women's rights panel

Steve Jordahl
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
A perplexing appointment at the U.N. has many observers shaking their heads, but those familiar with the organization have seen it all before.
A wish for a non-political surgeon general

A wish for a non-political surgeon general

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A critic of the now-former U.S. surgeon general thinks his resignation came at the appropriate time.
Coke called on carpet re: human rights

At issue: Coke and its hypocrisy re: human rights

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
An organization is hoping Coca-Cola shareholders will deal with what it sees as the company's hypocrisy on human rights.
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Low cut tops, sexual harassment, and Bill O'Reilly

Low cut tops, sexual harassment, and Bill O'Reilly

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
If a woman wears suggestive attire and a man checks her out, is that sexual harassment? Can a friendly compliment be construed as sexual harassment? I'm just asking ...
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San Diego: Islam is awesome and we are its prophet

San Diego: Islam is awesome and we are its prophet

Chad Groening, Billy Davis
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A pro-family activist says he's appalled by a California public school system and its plans to become an apologist for Islam.
Lawmakers being urged to end gruesome abortions

Lawmakers being urged to end gruesome abortions

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Texas residents are being called upon to give lawmakers a nudge on pro-life bills.
Most persecuted Christians: Evangelicals, Pentecostals

Most persecuted Christians: Evangelicals, Pentecostals

Michael F. Haverluck
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A newly released study reveals that evangelicals and Pentecostals are persecuted more than any other Christians on the face of the planet – a fact that is mainly credited to their passion to evangelize … even in regions that are hostile to Christianity.
A wish for a non-political surgeon general

A wish for a non-political surgeon general

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A critic of the now-former U.S. surgeon general thinks his resignation came at the appropriate time.
Anglicans challenge Church of England's homosexual agenda

Anglicans challenge a homosexual agenda

Michael F. Haverluck
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
As the Church of England continues to soften its stance on homosexuality, conservative Anglican leaders are preparing to unleash their “nuclear option” by moving to elect their own bishop to depose Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby over his embracing of same-sex “marriage.”
Coke called on carpet re: human rights

At issue: Coke and its hypocrisy re: human rights

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
An organization is hoping Coca-Cola shareholders will deal with what it sees as the company's hypocrisy on human rights.
Is Trump a deal maker or Deporter-in Chief?

Is Trump a deal maker or Deporter-in Chief?

Chad Groening, Billy Davis
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
A pro-border enforcement group says the Trump administration may be leaving a controversial Obama-era policy in place as a bargaining chip to negotiate with Democrats.
Saudi Arabia appointed to women's rights body – no joke

No joke ... Saudi Arabia on women's rights panel

Steve Jordahl
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
A perplexing appointment at the U.N. has many observers shaking their heads, but those familiar with the organization have seen it all before.
Vendetta against Catholic activist sinks in court

Vendetta against Catholic activist sinks in court

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
An attorney says a failed lawsuit against a prominent Catholic activist was rooted in personal animosity, not true legal grounds.

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