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  • Witnesses: We never saw Moore, Nelson at Olde Hickory November 21, 2017
    The campaign of U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore has produced three eyewitnesses who are refuting the claims of a woman who says Moore assaulted her behind a Gadsden, Alabama restaurant in 1977.
  • Church security in the 21st Century November 20, 2017
    Following the deadliest church shooting in the U.S. earlier this month, one Texas church is hoping to help other congregations get a security plan in place.
  • Trump to UCLA dad: I should've left your son in jail November 20, 2017
    Soon after LaVar Ball downplayed to role that President Donald Trump played in getting his son, UCLA basketball star LiAngelo Ball, out of Chinese jail for shoplifting with two of his teammates, the president tweeted, “I should have left them in jail.”
  • Islamic Republic rejects Israel's quake aid to Iran, Iraq November 20, 2017
    The Islamic Republic immediately rejected Israel’s offer of humanitarian aid to those who survived the devastating 7.3-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 530 in Iran and several in Iraq last week.
  • Larger Navy required to check bigger, stronger China November 20, 2017
    Legislation authorizing the rebuilding a of 355-ship U.S. Navy is headed straight to the desk of Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump.
  • Army trying to rebound after 8 yrs. of Obama November 20, 2017
    A conservative military watchdog is not convinced that the United States Army has truly changed its mind about lowering recruiting standards to deal with enlistment shortfalls.
  • 'Christmas-friendly' or not? AFA helps you shop November 20, 2017
    American Family Association (AFA) has issued its annual rating of retailers and how they market to Christmas shoppers.
  • Professor masquerading racism as social critique November 20, 2017
    A mathematics professor at an Illinois school is bizarrely claiming that skills in algebra and geometry are perpetuating "unearned privilege" among whites.
  • Beware: Franken out means Ellison in … November 20, 2017
    A political pundit maintains that conservatives hold their applause about the news that Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) might being forced to resign from office amid growing evidence of sexual misconduct.
  • Female teachers initiating more school sex abuse November 20, 2017
    As the age of enlightenment on the seriousness of sexual abuse dawns, Americans are seeing more and more powerful men in both entertainment and politics held publicly accountable, but sometimes the perpetrator is not a powerful man … and the victim is not always a woman.
  • Another 'buffer zone' gets tossed out of court November 20, 2017
    Abortion proponents in New Jersey failed in a legal attack based on false allegations against pro-life counselors. 
  • More protection in the womb for future Ohioans November 20, 2017
    The Buckeye State is moving closer to dealing with abortions based on Down syndrome.
  • District ends voluntary lunchtime 5th-grade Bible class November 19, 2017
    After receiving a complaint from a local church-state watchdog group, a Michigan school district was intimidated into cancelling a voluntary lunch hour Bible class held by a fifth-grade teacher.
  • Jones blurs radical abortion stance to steal Moore votes November 19, 2017
    Doug Jones – the Democratic Senate candidate looking to capitalize on sexual harassment allegations waged against Republican rival Roy Moore – is trying to change his radical anti-life, pro-abortion stance to usher in the pro-life votes of his competitor.
  • Abortionist untried more than a year after patient's death November 18, 2017
    An abortion industry watchdog group hopes a New York abortionist will finally face trial over a botched abortion.
  • Female pastor steps in, SBC votes out November 18, 2017
    A Christian apologist is praising the Tennessee Baptist Convention for rejecting a congregation that chose a woman to be its senior pastor.
  • An end to millions in U.S. taxes fueling P.A.'s 'pay-to-slay?' November 18, 2017
    Looking to put an end to U.S. taxpayer funds that have been used to pay for the Palestinian Authority’s (P.A.) “pay to slay” terrorist program that has killed numerous Israeli Jews, a House subcommittee has unanimously passed a bill that would work to end paying jihadists’ salaries.
  • World-class Bible museum opens in D.C. November 18, 2017
    The executive director of the capital city's newest museum is excited to invite all people to engage with the Bible.

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