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KY clerk case didn't have to go down this way

KY clerk case didn't have to go down this way

KY clerk case didn't have to go down this way
Jailed clerk's attorney: Marriage licenses for gays are void

Jailed clerk's attorney: Marriage licenses for gays are void

Jailed clerk's attorney: Marriage licenses for gays are void
'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn

'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn

'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn
Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers
Trump makes 'pledge,' Dunn makes prediction

Trump makes 'pledge,' Dunn makes prediction

Trump makes 'pledge,' Dunn makes prediction
NEWS YOU SHOULD READ
5 ticked-off judges come to aid of nuns

5 ticked-off judges come to aid of nuns

Charlie Butts
Friday, September 4, 2015
A group of nuns suing the federal government over the contraception mandate in ObamaCare has received a boost from an unexpected and unsolicited source.
Is Common Core losing its luster?

Is Common Core losing its luster?

Bob Kellogg
Friday, September 4, 2015
Twenty percent of third through eighth graders in the state of New York did not participate in Common Core testing last year, possibly weakening the controversial curriculum.
Global warming or natural variability?

Global warming or natural variability?

Chris Woodward
Friday, September 4, 2015
A new paper attributes spring floods in Texas and Oklahoma to manmade global warming. Still, critics say it could also be an issue of natural variability.
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
What we learned from the arrest of Kim Davis

What we learned from the arrest of Kim Davis

Friday, September 4, 2015
If Kim Davis had been on the opposite end of the conflict and stood for "gay rights," refusing to obey a law that she felt discriminated against them, she would be praised from coast to coast.
VIDEOS YOU SHOULD SEE
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Is Common Core losing its luster?

Is Common Core losing its luster?

Bob Kellogg
Friday, September 4, 2015
Twenty percent of third through eighth graders in the state of New York did not participate in Common Core testing last year, possibly weakening the controversial curriculum.
Immigrants use more welfare than native U.S.

Immigrants use more welfare than native U.S.

Chad Groening
Friday, September 4, 2015
A study shows that both legal and illegal immigrants are more of a drain on America's social welfare system than native-born Americans.
TX pro-lifers decry dirty, dangerous clinics

Pro-lifers decry dirty, dangerous clinics

Charlie Butts
Friday, September 4, 2015
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court could impact abortion laws throughout the country.
OMM wants Staples to rethink 'Impastor'

OMM wants Staples to rethink 'Impastor'

Bill Bumpas
Friday, September 4, 2015
A pro-family group is continuing to contact advertisers whose dollars are supporting a controversial program on TV Land.
Bullets, bombs - a dangerous mission field

Bullets, bombs - a dangerous mission field

Bill Bumpas
Friday, September 4, 2015
An evangelical missionary organization is helping to meet needs in Eastern Ukraine as nearly 7,000 people have died since April 2014.
Global warming or natural variability?

Global warming or natural variability?

Chris Woodward
Friday, September 4, 2015
A new paper attributes spring floods in Texas and Oklahoma to manmade global warming. Still, critics say it could also be an issue of natural variability.
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