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  • January 23, 2021
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Tucker Carlson: Biden canceling pipeline, opening border says a lot

    Biden with flags in backgroundFox News’ Tucker Carlson pointed out that President Joe Biden’s decisions to cancel the Keystone Pipeline and open the border on his first day in the White House reveals the true nature of his radical-left agenda that fails to unify the nation, while putting its economy and security in grave danger.

  • January 22, 2021
    OneNewsNow.com Staff

    WH press secretary dodges over mask-less Biden

    Joe Biden maskless at Lincoln Memorial (PBS image)President Joe Biden promised voters he would tackle the coronavirus pandemic better than Donald Trump, whom Democrats accused of being responsible for 400,000 deaths to date, but in the course of one day the new president snapped at a reporter over vaccine distribution and his new press secretary dodged a question about his mask-skipping hypocrisy.

  • January 22, 2021
    Chad Groening

    Hawley emerges from a heave-ho to a high-five

    Senator Josh Hawley (R-Missouri)A Christian political science professor and analyst says Missouri Republican Senator Josh Hawley is "a fighter" who should be an emerging leader in the GOP going forward.

  • January 21, 2021
    Charlie Butts, Billy Davis

    Media giddy over historic 'her' but 10,000 dead back home

    Rachel LevinePresident Joe Biden has chosen a transgender woman for a top post at U.S. Health and Human Services, earning the new president history-making accolades from homosexual activists and the national media, but there is lingering controversy back home in Pennsylvania, where more than 10,000 have died from the COVID-19 pandemic in nursing homes.

  • January 21, 2021
    Steve Jordahl

    'Unity' under a Biden administration just a pipe dream: Bauer

    Joe Biden inauguration pic 2In his inaugural address yesterday, President Joe Biden called on the country to heal its divisions and unite – but some conservatives say his actions and Democrats' accusations might make that an impossible task.

  • January 20, 2021
    Chad Groening

    Grand Old Party in post-Trump conundrum

    Trump and Mitch McConnellThough a tea party activist says there's no way Republicans can take back the House of Representatives in 2022 without Donald Trump, a Christian political science professor and analyst thinks the party has a stable crop of young leaders who will bind together moving forward.

  • January 20, 2021
    Chad Groening, Steve Jordahl

    Jeffress: 'Slippery slope' set for muzzling of Christians, their beliefs

    aiming at BibleThe Biden administration is promising some quick and radical action as soon as it takes office – leading one political activist to warn America is witnessing the early stages of the establishment of a fascist state. But one well-known Christian leader says God's got it all under control.

  • January 19, 2021
    OneNewsNow.com Staff

    In fractured country, Left determined it will define 'unity' and punish dissenters

    I lean LEFTComparing our country’s post-election political climate to an emboldened Nazi regime is a provocative claim but the Left won’t stop openly stating it intends to destroy the Right at the same time the president-elect plans to call for unity.

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