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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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Leave it to Behar: A Liberal ‘View’ of Christianity

Vice President Mike Pence says God speaks to him, but some call it mental illness. Oprah says God will speak to her if He wants her to run for president, and liberals cheer. Is this glaring double standard the new normal? It’s not just Joy Behar. Christianity is generally not tolerated in Hollywood and the […]

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The Real War on Women

Abortion is the real war on women (and men). Here’s a tale of two marches featuring two completely different worldviews, and it’s obvious which side the liberal media is on. Every year since judicial activists on the U.S. Supreme Court legalized the practice of abortion, the annual March For Life has been held in Washington […]

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