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December 4th, 2019
no-aarp
By: Jon Decker & Phil Kerpen – washingtontimes.com – December 3, 2019 The AARP recently hosted a forum that included Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar ostensibly to discuss proposals to lower health care costs. The irony was unmissable. AARP — which until the 1990s was an acronym but now, appropriately, stands for nothing — is crusading for a Nancy...
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November 21st, 2019
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley
By: Michael Brendan Dougherty – nationalreview.com – November 20, 2019 Missouri senator Josh Hawley might be the most interesting thinker the U.S. Senate has seen since Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Or at least, he’s the senator today who most resembles Moynihan as a sweeping and adventurous social critic. Last night, at a dinner held by the American Principles Project Foundation, Hawley gave...
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October 7th, 2019
Mom working from home
By: Erica Komisar – wsj.com – September 20, 2019 Women’s empowerment is usually equated with paid work outside the home. That’s a mistake. Assuming that women who choose to stay home and nurture their young children are powerless or unenlightened is not only insulting but dangerous. A woman’s value isn’t only a matter of how much she can earn, and women’s...
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September 16th, 2019
Foster Friess
By: Matt M. Miller – dailycaller.com – September 05, 2019 Conservative philanthropist and investor Foster Friess donated $1 million Thursday to Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in the Bahamas, according to a press release. Friess made the donation to the Water Mission, a nonprofit organization committed to providing clean water to those in need around the globe. The organization has promptly responded...
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August 28th, 2019
K. Harris talks to seniors
By: Sally Pipes – foxnews.com – August 17, 2019 Kamala Harris is told by an Iowa senior citizen resident to ‘leave our health care alone’ during a visit to a senior living center. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., had a run-in with the Greatest Generation on Aug. 12. Roberta Jewell, a resident at the Bickford Senior Living Center in Muscatine, Iowa, told...
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August 5th, 2019
Francis Schaeffer
By: Douglas Groothuis – oneplace.com  In the fall of 1976, I bought a medium-sized paperback book with an odd abstract cover in the University of Oregon bookstore in Eugene. I was back in school, trying to get my intellectual bearings as a fledgling and intellectually confused Christian. The book was The God Who Is There: Speaking Christianity into the Twentieth Century by Francis Schaeffer....
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July 30th, 2019
By Caleb Parke – FoxNews.com – July 29, 2019 Author Joshua Harris, after announcing the end of his marriage, is now kissing his faith goodbye. Harris, the author of the best-seller “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” a book he authored in 1997 that he later renounced after shaping purity culture for many millennial believers, revealed that he is stepping back from his faith....
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June 13th, 2019
Afshin Ziafat
By: Afshin Ziafat – billygraham.org – January 30, 2019 Disowned for Jesus: A Former Muslim’s Journey to Christ I was born in Houston and grew up in a devout Muslim home. My dad was very involved in the Iranian Muslim community. When I was 2 years old, my family moved to Iran, where my parents are from. But when I was 6, the Islamic...
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May 22nd, 2019
waiting to sign-up for ObamaCare
By: Merrill Matthews & Mark Litow – wsj.com – January 13, 2013 Thanks to mandates that take effect in 2014, premiums in individual markets will shoot up. Some may double. Health-insurance premiums have been rising—and consumers will experience another series of price shocks later this year when some see their premiums skyrocket thanks to the Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare....
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March 29th, 2019
Ken Paxton, AG of TX
By: Ken Paxton – usatoday.com – March 27, 2019 Texas attorney general: Each state can now decide for itself what type of health care system it wants. It’s a sad commentary that alarms go up among Washington elites when the Trump administration defends the Constitution and holds Congress to its word. That is, after all, what the Department of Justice...
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