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January 4, 2018
President Trump

By: Cal Thomas – washingtontimes.com – January 3, 2018 I do not make it a practice to comment on the work of fellow columnists, though occasionally some care to comment on mine, which is fine. I’m happy to help them make a living. An exception will be made here because of The New York Times “conservative” columnist, Bret Stephens. In…

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January 4, 2018
Make 2018 the Year of Religious Freedom

By: Rebecca Hagelin – townhall.com – January 3, 2018 “Religious persecution.” It’s a phrase that conjures up awful scenes of brutality and human rights violations in distant lands. Christians in many countries are routinely locked up, beaten or deprived of their livelihoods simply for attempting to practice their faith. Most of us can’t imagine what it’s like for the government…

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January 4, 2018
Top Threats to Your Religious Liberty

By: firstliberty.org – December 28, 2017 As 2017 closes, America finds itself at a tipping point, with the stakes for religious freedom at an all-time high. Not only will the results affect the religious rights of millions of citizens in the present era, they are likely to have a long and lasting impact on the religious liberty of future generations….

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January 4, 2018
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By: Paul Bedard – washingtonexaminer.com – December 27, 2017 The media’s coverage of President Trump has been overwhelmingly negative, more than three times more critical than the initial coverage of former President Barack Obama and twice that of former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. The Pew Research Center said that the early coverage of Trump was 62 percent…

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January 4, 2018
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By: Staff Writer – ouramericanvalues.org – Jan 2, 2018 The Islamic Republic of Iran has been rocked the past week by protests across the country. It is hard to get solid information on exactly what is taking place there. Demonstrations have erupted in at least 40 cities. As many as 20 have been killed and 450 have been arrested. What…

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January 4, 2018
Trump

By: Ben Shapiro – townhall.com – January 3, 2018 President Trump is unpopular. He’s unpopular because he’s boorish, crude and silly; he’s unpopular because he has a unique capacity to turn winning news cycles into referenda on his use of Twitter. But the United States under President Trump hasn’t seen any serious anti-liberty revanchism. In fact, under Trump, regulations have…

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January 4, 2018
FNN-Fake-News-Network

By: William M. Briggs – stream.org – January 3, 2018 You know it when you see it, but good luck defining fake news. That’s why there will always be disagreements between what is “fake news” and what isn’t. On the last day of bad old last year, Lake Superior State University released its 43rd annual List of Words Banished from…

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January 3, 2018
Nikki Haley

By: Daniella Diaz – cnn.com – January 1, 2018 US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley issued a stern warning to North Korea on Tuesday, saying the US “will never accept a nuclear North Korea.” “As we hear reports that North Korea might be preparing for another missile test — I hope that does not happen, but if it…

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January 3, 2018
Identity Politics

By: David Brooks – nytimes.com – January 1, 2018 Imagine three kids running around a maypole, forming a chain with their arms. The innermost kid is holding the pole with one hand. The faster they run, the more centrifugal force there is tearing the chain apart. The tighter they grip, the more centripetal force there is holding the chain together….

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January 3, 2018
Logan Paul

By: Bill Chappell – npr.org – January 2, 2018 After publishing images of a visit to Japan’s “suicide forest” that included footage of a dead body, YouTube star Logan Paul is apologizing — and critics are denouncing both the video and Logan’s behavior in it. The video was watched millions of times before he removed it. “I didn’t do it…

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January 3, 2018
Trump Supporters

By: Rachel Kraus – mashable.com – January 2, 2018 A new study confirms your worst fears about fake news in the U.S. — it’s widespread, skews pro-Trump, and is mostly consumed by your conservative uncle. Oh, and fact checking hasn’t worked at all. A group of academic researchers have published what they are calling the first scientific, data-based study of…

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