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Targeting Black Babies for Abortion is Not Racist?

Referring to black people and the propaganda of the birth control agenda, Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece, Dr. Alveda King made this compelling statement: “When we said we will no longer sit in the back of the bus, a place was being reserved for us down at the abortion clinic.” Has the conscience of our […]

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Signs of Life on Mars but not in a Mother’s Womb?

This just in! Once again, researchers are thrilled about the possibility of life on Mars! Maybe. A recent report of water a mile underneath a slab of ice seemed to boost the odds of life on the red planet. One scientist from the University of Arizona stated if they did find life, it would be microbial, somewhere […]

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Whoopsi Daisy! Progressive Delusions Exposed

The clapping seals in the View audience went wild with liberal lust when host Whoopi Goldberg lost her cool and shut down the conversation during a heated interview with conservative guest, Judge Jeanine Pirro. The sad display of intolerance may not be surprising, but did you know that Goldberg pushes the progressive agenda outside The […]

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The Unraveling of the Left Will Help Trump

Their emotions are overriding their self-restraint, and they are pouring gas on the political fire. They hate Trump and want him impeached, but the vitriol and unraveling of the Left may in fact backfire, leading to the very thing they don’t want: the reelection of Republicans in November and support for Trump. Many of us […]

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Suicide: America’s Epidemic of Despair?

Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Is. 40:31  Two famous people took their own lives last week, and the same week, 850 others committed suicide in the U.S. alone. Every human being is equally valuable and created […]

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Supreme Ruling: You Don’t Have to Bake the Cake, Jack

You’ve probably heard the U.S. Supreme Court decided in favor of Colorado baker, Jack Phillips; that the State violated his religious freedom when they punished him for operating his business according to his Christian faith. Even though the Court ruled 7-2 Monday in favor of Phillips who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex […]

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Our Mother Who Art In Heaven, Hallowed Be Beyonce?

You may have heard Grace Cathedral, an Episcopal church in San Francisco, held what was called a ‘Beyoncé mass’ last week, and at an evening service where fifty people typically attend, about 900 turned out to hear music by Beyoncé featured. People are free to worship however they want, but doing this at a church […]

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Toys “R” Us Aborts Its Business

The bankruptcy and closing of a previously successful corporation can often be attributed to many factors, and Toys-R-Us is no different. The company specializing in newborns and young children is sadly going out of business.  But don’t miss this irony: a business geared toward families with young kids, the parent company of “Babies-R-Us,” has openly […]

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Resist the Media-infused Resistance

Over the years, irresponsible reporting has destroyed trust in the news media as well as our society, and they just keep stirring the hornet’s nest of division. Education and entertainment are lost to the left, but when the institutions of journalism and justice are corrupted, prepare to say goodbye to a free republic. The consequences […]

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God, Guns, and Government Schools

After another horrific school shooting by another disturbed kid bent on evil, the gun debate returned to the headlines. But some of us wonder how things might have been if God, prayer, the Bible, and the Ten Commandments were top priority again, rather than having been expelled from government schools in America decades ago. There […]

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