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  • HRC's emails reveal special access for top donors August 23, 2016
    A conservative watchdog group has revealed more startling revelations related to the Clinton email scandal.
  • Lochte drama swam laps around Iran ransom news August 23, 2016
    You might have heard the bizarre Olympics story about four American swimmers and their troubles at a Rios rest stop. But did you hear about Iran and ransom money? 
  • Trump can pull it off if Clinton fails to pull away August 23, 2016
    A veteran political scientist says Donald Trump can still win the presidency if he focuses on several issues that Americans care about. 
  • Old-school 'protectionism' vs. innovation August 23, 2016
    It's one of the fastest growth areas of the multibillion-dollar dental industry. Some people want to take a bite out of it, while others want to strengthen it.
  • 'Executive amnesty' lawsuit back before judge August 23, 2016
    A federal judge will finally get to rule on the merits of a lawsuit challenging President Obama's executive amnesty programs – a development being applauded by a group that advocates enforcement of current immigration laws.
  • GOA video shoots down 'gun-free' zones August 23, 2016
    A gun-rights group has produced a brief video warning about the dangers of "gun-free" zones.
  • 'Objective' media coming out of the closet? August 23, 2016
    Media bias has reached new lows in this election cycle with at least one major outlet saying it can't, in good conscience, cover it fairly. Evidently the public is beginning to notice.
  • 'Gay gene'? No scientific evidence for it August 23, 2016
    A new study should convince academics and the general public that there is no "homosexual gene."
  • Parents warned about online collection of health data August 22, 2016
    Despite the defeat of a bill that would have allowed the state to collect immunization data from parents, including homeschooling families, the Home School Legal Defense Association says some Colorado state officials want to move forward with that anyway.
  • Failed candidate launches Trump PAC August 22, 2016
    The businessman who unsuccessfully challenged Rep. Paul Ryan in a congressional primary has now turned his attention to helping Donald Trump win the White House.
  • Um, Mr. Silver ... Rules are the same in New Orleans August 22, 2016
    A Christian columnist and biblical scholar describes as "absurd" the decision by the National Basketball Association to change the venue for next year's All-Star Game because of North Carolina's common-sense bathroom policy.
  • Same-sex unions to be blessed in Southern African churches? August 22, 2016
    The Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA) announced that It will decide at its synod next month whether it will bless same-sex unions within their churches on the African supercontinent.
  • Over to you, Kanye August 22, 2016
    President Barack Obama will climb out of the golf cart and into Air Force One to view flood-ravaged Louisiana this week. 
  • AFA to Target: More bathrooms not the solution August 22, 2016
    A family advocacy group says Target's $20-million public relations "diversionary tactic" wrongly implies the retailer has changed its controversial bathroom policy.
  • Children prove terrorism not child's play August 22, 2016
    A messianic Jewish leader says she wasn't surprised to learn a would-be suicide bomber, arrested in Iraq over the weekend, is only 12 years old. 
  • Climate change vs. kids: be fearful and quantify August 22, 2016
    It's not a new idea to Leftists that humans are ruining the planet but a university philosopher, among others, claims we are destroying our children's future, too. 
  • Trump supporters praise 'I'm sorry' speech August 22, 2016
    Some of Donald Trump's most fervent backers were surprised last week when the famously trash-talking billionaire issued an apology for his behavior.
  • Homeschoolers overcome feds' power grab August 21, 2016
    A attempted power grab by the federal government to collect data on homeschooled migratory students was recently thwarted.

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