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  • Left's outrage cannot conceal the corruption March 19, 2018
    A constitutional attorney says Attorney General Jeff Sessions was completely justified in firing the former acting director of the FBI.
  • Turkey warns of 5M-strong ‘Army of Islam’ vs. Israel March 19, 2018
    Turkey sent the world a warning of its intention to form the world’s largest military force – a 57-nation “Army of Islam” to invade and destroy Israel consisting of 5 million soldiers that nearly eclipses the entire population of the Jewish State.
  • ADF: We are fighting government-required speech March 19, 2018
    The U.S. Supreme Court will take up an important free speech case today over whether the government can force pro-life counselors to advertise for abortion.
  • Pro-lifers on board with outcast Democrat March 19, 2018
    Pro-life organizations are watching a Tuesday congressional election and calling on strong support for one of the candidates.
  • A trendy romance? Be wary, parents March 19, 2018
    Christian parents are being advised to be ready for a conversation with their children about a movie that opened this weekend that could have them talking.
  • Applauding mental illness in liberal Massachusetts March 19, 2018
    Parents are in their rights to question the mental health of a Massachusetts elementary school principal "transitioning" from male to female.
  • CA accused of weakening crime-fighting tools March 19, 2018
    A federal judge has deprived Los Angeles law enforcement from utilizing a major tool that fights criminal gang activity, says the spokesman for a police union.
  • NYC cops angry over cop killer's parole March 19, 2018
    New York is set to release a convicted cop killer on parole and it's got the NYPD shaking with rage. 
  • Anti-trafficking efforts during Super Bowl prove effective March 19, 2018
    It's been six weeks since the Super Bowl in early February, but some people are still paying a price for it.
  • Mississippi volunteer shares about relief work in Houston March 18, 2018
    It's week two of the Eight Days of Hope campaign in Houston, Texas, where thousands of volunteers have converged to help people who suffered severe property damage from last year's hurricane.
  • Trump buoys US to new record with 6.3M jobs March 18, 2018
    After a little more than a year in office, President Donald Trump’s economic policy boosted employers’ demand for workers to an all-time high of 6.3 million jobs in the United States at the end of January, putting unemployment at a 4.1 percent – a low not seen since the turn of the century in 2000 […]
  • Obama DOJ had FBI delete 500K fugitives from gun check March 18, 2018
    Former President Barack Obama’s Justice Department forced the Federal Bureau of Investigation to purge more than half a million fugitives from the federal gun background check system, according to FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich’s testimony during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last week.
  • A win for the states against sanctuary cities March 18, 2018
    An immigration enforcement advocacy organization is pleased that an appeals court has backed the state of Texas in its effort to punish sanctuary cities within its borders.
  • Fire safety a ruse to fan anti-homeschooling flame March 18, 2018
    Some fear that a California bill requiring fire inspections for homeschoolers could release havoc and harassment against parents from liberal lawmakers who hate homeschooling.
  • Project 21 calls out university's coddling March 18, 2018
    When conservative speaker Ben Shapiro appeared at a northeastern university, the school provided counselors for anyone traumatized by his visit. But such providence was lacking after a liberal speaker's appearance there.
  • Schools embracing political activism, abandoning duty March 18, 2018
    A Second Amendment advocate believes an Ohio high school should have been educating its students instead of coercing them to take part in an anti-gun march.
  • Top 10 states packing heat, bottom 10 lacking March 17, 2018
    Despite protests and student walkouts for gun control bombarding the mainstream media, Americans who believe in gun rights and exercise their right to bear arms are alive and well, with 42 percent of households in the United States owning at least one gun last year.
  • 'Insanity' to believe Jesus is the only way, says pastor March 16, 2018
    It used to be assumed that if you claimed to be a Baptist, you believed what the Bible says about Jesus being the only way to come to the Father – but that's not the case at a Baptist megachurch in New York City.

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