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November 6th, 2019
giant rainbow flag
By: Luke Goodrich – townhall.com – November 6, 2019 Editor’s note: Excerpted from Free to Believe: The Battle Over Religious Liberty in America. Copyright © 2019 by Luke Goodrich. Used by permission of Multnomah, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC. Julea Ward was a master’s student in the counseling program at East­ern Michigan University, a few credits shy of...
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November 5th, 2019
Millennials at work
By: Kerby Anderson – probe.org – March 6, 2011 Introduction The Millennial generation is a group of young people whose birth years range from 1980 to 2000. This generation is actually just slightly larger than the Baby Boom generation (born from 1946 to 1964). Nearly 78 million Millennials were born between 1980 and 2000. Millennials are already having an impact...
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November 4th, 2019
Bernie Sanders speaks
By: David Limbaugh – townhall.com – November 1, 2019 People seem shocked that recent polls show millennials are enamored of socialism — an economic system that reasonable and educated Americans have long known is disastrous. They shouldn’t be; this has been a long time coming. The latest survey by Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation shows that 70% of millennials are likely...
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November 1st, 2019
Ambulance, military and bystanders outside Chrisitian church
By: Steve Stockman – October 28, 2019 Persecution of Christians around the world is exploding. The greater tragedy is the sounds of silence from the world. After six million Jews were murdered by the European Axis of Evil, we heard the clarion call of “never again!”- never again will there be a genocide of those who practice their faith. However,...
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November 1st, 2019
man putting on woman's shoes
By: Katrina Trinko – dailysignal.com – October 30, 2019 Lynn Meagher has two adult children who identify as transgender. “A lot of these kids have concurrent mental health issues, and they find a place to fit in because as soon as you say that you’re trans, you get love-bombed,” she reflects. “You get love-bombed online, you get love-bombed on at school …...
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November 1st, 2019
lawrence-vandyke-testimony
By: John McCormack – nationalreview.com – October 31, 2019 What kind of nominee suggests in his ABA interview that he would not be a ‘fair’ judge? Lawrence VanDyke, a judicial nominee for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, choked up during his confirmation hearing on Wednesday when he was asked if he might be a bigot. The day before the hearing, the...
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October 30th, 2019
President Donald Trump stands with Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr.
By: Peter Wehner – theatlantic.com – July 5, 2019 Last week, Ralph Reed, the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s founder and chairman, told the group, “There has never been anyone who has defended us and who has fought for us, who we have loved more than Donald J. Trump. No one!” Reed is partially right; for many evangelical Christians, there is...
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October 30th, 2019
AISD Pride
By: Katie Hall and Aaricka Washington – statesman.com – October 29, 2019 The Austin school board unanimously approved a new sex education curriculum that, for the first time, will teach elementary students about sexual orientation, gender identity and sexually transmitted diseases. The vote, which came in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, had at least one conservative group considering legal action...
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October 29th, 2019
2 girls in skeleton face paint
By: Ed Zwim – nypost.com – October 28, 2019 Welcome to a boo-tiful new world. Halloween used to be an occasion to spook your neighbors in person, with costume and candy sales driven by trick-or-treaters and/or those looking to make the scene at parties and clubs. But even as Halloween continues to generate strong retail revenue, not only is the shopping...
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October 29th, 2019
Kanye West stylized
By: The Ringer Staff – theringer.com – October 25, 2019 Kanye West has risen—12 hours late, but who’s keeping track?—and, after cruising through his new 27-minute album, the Ringer staff divulges their first impressions After multiple delays and the literal scrapping of an entire album, Kanye West has returned on this good Friday (get it?) with his new record, Jesus Is King. It’s...
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