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Court bars pro-life group from releasing new videos

Court bars pro-life group from releasing new videos

Court bars pro-life group from releasing new videos
Congress about to hear from pro-life students

Congress about to hear from pro-life students

Congress about to hear from pro-life students
IRS: College tax status not at risk over gay marriage

IRS: College tax status not at risk over gay marriage

IRS: College tax status not at risk over gay marriage
Does 'The Donald' really want to be POTUS?

Does 'The Donald' really want to be POTUS?

Does he really want to be POTUS?
Critical national need: A pro-Israel president

Critical national need: A pro-Israel president

Critical national need: A pro-Israel president
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An atheist advising the Pope? About science?

An atheist advising the Pope? About science?

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A climate scientist is concerned that the Pope is aligning himself with secularists rather than theologians over so-called global warming.
High cost of Medicare merits looking into

High cost of Medicare merits looking into

Chris Woodward
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A former reporter turned conservative advocate for seniors is sharing his thoughts on what leads to the high costs of Medicare.
Tough stance on tenure is Hitler-like? Who knew?

Tough stance on tenure is Hitler-like? Who knew?

Bob Kellogg
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Gov. Scott Walker's budget plan that ends guaranteed tenure in the state earned him yet another comparison to Adolph Hitler.
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Obama cronyism + your personal data = trouble

Obama cronyism + your personal data = trouble

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
It's the most far-reaching scandal in Washington that no one wants to talk about: Tens of millions of federal employees had their personal information hacked as a result of Obama administration incompetence and political favoritism.
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High cost of Medicare merits looking into

High cost of Medicare merits looking into

Chris Woodward
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A former reporter turned conservative advocate for seniors is sharing his thoughts on what leads to the high costs of Medicare.
NYT backtracks, a little, amid email scandal

NYT backtracks, a little, amid email scandal

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
A media analyst says the ability of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign to get The New York Times to change its story about her email scandal shows they know how to spin the controversy.
'Gay' adults no threat? Think again ...

'Gay' adults no threat? Think again ...

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
A traditional values leader finds it ironic that the largest pro-LGBT lobbying group in the U.S. criticized Scott Walker for voicing support for a Boy Scouts policy the Wisconsin governor said protected children.
Tough stance on tenure is Hitler-like? Who knew?

Tough stance on tenure is Hitler-like? Who knew?

Bob Kellogg
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Gov. Scott Walker's budget plan that ends guaranteed tenure in the state earned him yet another comparison to Adolph Hitler.
An atheist advising the Pope? About science?

An atheist advising the Pope? About science?

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A climate scientist is concerned that the Pope is aligning himself with secularists rather than theologians over so-called global warming.
A Bible for NK, for such a time as this

A Bible for such a time as this

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
The first English/North Korean Parallel Bible has been published and copies are being distributed to people of the communist state – at a particularly opportune time.
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