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May 7th, 2019
Hawksbill Sea Turtle w school of fish
By: Nathan Rott – npr.org – May 6, 2019 Up to 1 million of the estimated 8 million plant and animal species on Earth are at risk of extinction — many of them within decades — according to scientists and researchers who produced a sweeping U.N. report on how humanity’s burgeoning growth is putting the world’s biodiversity at perilous risk. Some of the...
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May 7th, 2019
Rep. Ilhan Omar
By: Frank Miles – foxnews.com – May 6, 2019 U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., has made headlines on some controversial topics. Here is everything you need to know about her journey from being born in Somalia to becoming a U.S. Representative. Republicans were harsh to condemn freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who tweeted Sunday night about this weekend’s violence in Israel, the worst...
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May 2nd, 2019
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By: Paul Kengor – spectator.org – April 3, 2019 Last week I did one of my routine exercises in my Marxism course at Grove City College. In that class, we scour everything on Marx and various strains and offshoots of Marxism. We read all sides — true liberal learning, real diversity, genuine academic pursuit of truth. At this conservative college, we...
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April 17th, 2019
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By: The New York Times – nytimes.com – April 16, 2019 With the flames extinguished, the smoke clear and a new sun risen over Paris, the French got a heartening confirmation on Tuesday: The Cathedral of Notre-Dame still stands. It is scorched, battered and missing its spire and much of its roof, but the 800-year-old Gothic masterwork that symbolized both a place...
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April 16th, 2019
listening to jazz
By: Douglas Groothuis – allaboutjazz.com – January 22, 2015 All About Jazz readers are usually very hip to the joys and challenges of listening to this uniquely American and endlessly fascinating art form we call jazz. Aficionados of jazz like to talk about jazz, like to recommend jazz to others, and like to listen to how others listen to jazz. This is why...
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April 11th, 2019
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By: First Liberty – firstliberty.org – March 6, 2019 First Liberty Institute represents POW/MIA Group that Maintains Remembrance Table at Manchester, New Hampshire VA Medical Center Manchester, NH—First Liberty Institute today sent a letter to Manchester (NH) VA Medical Center (“MVAMC”) officials affirming their decision to display a Bible donated by a WWII veteran. The letter was sent by First Liberty on...
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April 2nd, 2019
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By: Chuck Bentley – christianpost.com – February 22, 2019 Dear Chuck, In his State of the Union Address, President Trump declared that “America will never be a socialist nation.” Some say the Bible supports socialism. Does the Bible support it or any other specific economic system? Unsocial Dear Unsocial, I’m glad you asked, because I fear many people are supporting an economic...
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January 2nd, 2019
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By: John Yoo & James C. Phillips – nationalreview.com – December 31, 2018 Earlier this year, the Defense Department limited the right of the transgendered to serve in the military. Three federal courts blocked the policy for infringing the constitutional rights of the transgender individuals. One of the judges relied on the same clause of the Constitution as the cake...
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January 2nd, 2019
Archaeological site: Image: Carole Raddato /Flickr
By: Gordon Govier – christianitytoday.com – December 27, 2018 Each year, on an almost daily basis, archaeological discoveries help us better understand the Bible and affirm its details about people, events, and culture. Below are the top excavation findings reported in 2018 which have increased our knowledge of the biblical world and the early history of Christianity. 10) Biblical “Yerushalayim”...
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December 31st, 2018
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By: Mickey McLean – world.wng.org – December 29, 2018 In 2018, WORLD’s online readers were drawn to major cover stories and timely features from the magazine, daily news reports from The Sift, and insightful Saturday Series essays. But issues related to marriage, family, and sexuality were often foremost in the minds of our readers this past year, as the website’s...
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