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January 17, 2018
Supreme Court building

by David French – nationalreview.com – January 16, 2018 The Supreme Court case NIFLA v. Becerra could have huge implications for free speech, religious freedom, and the pro-life cause. Late yesterday afternoon, I filed an amicus brief in one of the most dangerous free-speech cases in a generation. For the second time this term, the Supreme Court is considering whether…

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January 17, 2018
lonely-man-smart-phone

By: Clay Routledge – nationalreview.com – January 16, 2018 In these politically polarized times, we are repeatedly reminded that humans are a tribal species. But our sociality goes much deeper than that. Whether our idea of a good time is a quiet evening at home or a night on the town, all of us must form and maintain rich interpersonal…

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January 17, 2018
Aziz Ansari

By: Caitlin Flanagan – theatlantic.com – January 14, 2018 Sexual mores in the West have changed so rapidly over the past 100 years that by the time you reach 50, intimate accounts of commonplace sexual events of the young seem like science fiction: You understand the vocabulary and the sentence structure, but all of the events take place in outer…

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January 16, 2018
Millennials at work

By: David Sparkman – mhlnews.com – January 16, 2018 Recent research finds some real surprises in how Millennials view themselves and their work, and this new knowledge could help employers manage them more effectively. Principals at Deloitte Greenhouse Experience, the international consulting firm’s human resources management consulting and training unit, have developed a way of studying generations that they call…

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January 15, 2018
Martin Luther King Arrested

By: Jason Jones & John Zmirak  – stream.org – January 15, 2018 In the 1980s, thousands of courageous pro-lifers across the country tried, via Operation Rescue, to apply the Civil Rights movement’s tactics to defending unborn children. They failed. Today we mark the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. He’s not just some ethnic hero, but a true American one….

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January 15, 2018
constitution vs abortion

By: Robert Knight – washingtontimes.com – January 14, 2018 After Roe v. Wade plaintiff Norma McCorvey became a Christian and revealed that she had not been gang raped as her legal team had claimed, many Americans came to understand that this landmark ruling that legalized abortion was based on a lie. So was the companion case of Doe v. Bolton….

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January 15, 2018
Don Blythe - supreme court

By: Don Blythe – atthewellministries.org I’m Don Blythe, Christian Abolitionist. While in college in the late seventies, I asked the Lord to lead me into a career ministry that would make a difference in the halls of Heaven. Wow! Did He answer that prayer… and then some. My mom always wanted me to be a doctor or a lawyer and I’m…

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January 15, 2018
Bernie Sanders, Chuck Schumer & Nancy Pelosi

By: Matthew Continetti – freebeacon.com – January 12, 2018 Oh, to have been a fly on the wall in Elizabeth Warren’s house as people went crazy over the prospect of Oprah 2020. I can only imagine Warren’s reaction. Did she yell at the TV? Mutter under her breath? Immediately call her media consultant in panic? We know the slight got…

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January 15, 2018
Renew Temporary Protected Status

By: Ed Stetzer – washingtonpost.com – January 12, 2018 When my ancestors came to America from Ireland, they left what many people considered a “s‑‑‑hole” country. A potato famine, combined with Ireland’s bad reputation in much of Europe, led many to call for an end to the immigration of the unwashed Irish. “Filthy,” they called my family. But, let’s face it,…

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January 15, 2018
Jim Paris Bitcoin

By: Jim Paris – christianmoney.com – November 12, 2017 I am always on the lookout for article ideas, and that was the case in 2012 when I heard about a new kind of Internet money called Bitcoin. The idea of a computer software program replacing everyday paper money sounded more than a little crazy, but I was just looking for…

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January 15, 2018
dog

By: Allan Adamson –  techtimes.com – 15 January 2018 An AI algorithm can convert the vocalizations of prairie dogs into English. Now, animal behavior expert Con Slobodchikoff is working on a pet translator that can translate a dog’s barks into human language. When will this device become available? Using artificial intelligence, scientists learn how to translate vocalizations and facial expressions of…

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