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  • Celebrating God's mercy and 'second chance' January 19, 2017
    The celebration starts tonight at the third Christian Inaugural Gala, hosted by a number of Christian ministries that are in Washington, DC, for the inauguration.
  • A left-wing 'pillage' of Third World countries January 19, 2017
    Money flowing into Third World countries is doing more to corrupt religious and cultural beliefs than to boost the nations’ prosperity/wellbeing.
  • No voter fraud? Check with the DNC, Mr. Obama January 19, 2017
    A conservative political pundit says President Obama uttered a "bold-faced lie" yesterday when he denied there's voter fraud in U.S. elections.
  • With Obama, becoming trans is 'get out of jail free card' January 19, 2017
    Commuting military prison sentences of “transgenders” can now be added to President Barack Obama’s ongoing pursuit of freeing criminals, releasing Islamic terrorists from Gitmo and ending sanctions placed on jihadist – while paying billions of tax dollars to put the finishing touches on their nuclear arsenal.
  • Trump might sign 'reciprocity' gun permit bill January 18, 2017
    A gun-rights advocate says he's optimistic that a firearms bill honoring concealed carry permits will be signed by President-elect Donald Trump.
  • Palin: Obama departure marks 'end of an error' January 18, 2017
    Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) is calling the end of President Barack Obama’s White House reign a welcome close to eight years of decadence and destructive policies.
  • GM watching out for GM, says manufacturing advocate January 18, 2017
    While it's welcome news that automaker GM plans to invest and add jobs in the United States, it can also be said that companies are acting in their own business interests.
  • In nation's capital, suicide not a local matter January 18, 2017
    Residents of Washington, D.C. are telling Congress to shut down doctor-assisted suicide in the nation's capital.
  • Obama commutes a left-wing hero January 18, 2017
    President Barack Obama harmed national security but pleased homosexual activists by commuting the sentence of a U.S. Army private, say political observers. 
  • Ads offer $2.5K in 20+ cities to disrupt inauguration January 18, 2017
    In two dozen cities across America, job ads are running that offer protesters up to $2,500 per month to cause havoc and form demonstrations opposing this week’s presidential inauguration events held for President-elect Donald Trump.
  • Pastor peeved by Planned Parenthood in pulpit January 18, 2017
    African-American churches showing support for Planned Parenthood are being asked to become better educated on the subject.
  • CA upholds counseling reporting law January 18, 2017
    People involved in child pornography in California could be exposed when they seek counseling.
  • 'Racketeer for life' tells story of pro-life movement January 18, 2017
    A man considered one of the fathers of the modern pro-life movement has written a book hoping to motivate the next generation of warriors for life. 
  • With Trump, et al. comes great opportunities January 18, 2017
    Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, is about to take office – and there's a sense of optimism among many that a new day is at hand.
  • YAF: Obama courted young voters, then ignored 'em January 18, 2017
    Without question, young voters helped put Barack Obama into the Oval Office – but new information shows that demographic wasn't served well by his policies.
  • Islamists have begun new colonization of U.S. January 17, 2017
    A scramble to bring in as many Islamic “refugees” – from Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and other terrorism hotspots – into the United States as possible has been underway over the past weeks, as President Barack Obama makes plans to leave office and turn in the White House keys to President-elect Donald Trump.
  • Pro-lifer decries group's 'absolutely horrific' name January 17, 2017
    A pro-abortion group has taken a twisted view of abortion and women's rights, says a pro-lifer.
  • A 'last hurrah' before a new day January 17, 2017
    A recent Israeli-Palestinian "peace" conference led by France is one of the last examples of a fleeting, left-wing world, say pro-Israel activists.

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