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Reps, Dems differ greatly on Islam, Muslims

Reps, Dems differ greatly on Islam, Muslims

Reps, Dems differ greatly on Islam, Muslims
Geller: Hijab-donning Olympian 'imposing Islam'

Geller: Hijab-donning Olympian 'imposing Islam'

Geller: Hijab-donning US Olympian 'imposing Islam'
Young Christians highly involved with porn

Young Christians highly involved with porn

Study: Young Christians highly involved with porn
'Establishment' pick makes case for conservatism

'Establishment' pick makes case for conservatism

'Establishment' pick makes case for conservatism
Just a note on Super Bowl ads: Sex doesn't sell

Just a note on Super Bowl ads: Sex doesn't sell

Just a note on Super Bowl ads: Keep it clean
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Attorney for Daleiden: Picking on whistleblowers a bad idea

Attorney: Picking on whistleblowers a bad idea

Charlie Butts
Friday, February 5, 2016
The process is under way to obtain justice for undercover citizen journalists who investigated the sale of aborted babies' body parts at Houston Planned Parenthood.
A semi-private idea that's 100-percent San Francisco

A semi-private idea that's 100-percent San Francisco

Charlie Butts
Friday, February 5, 2016
The infamously liberal city of San Francisco has a concrete solution - literally - for an ongoing problem.
Another prediction of The Donald's demise

Another prediction of The Donald's demise

Chad Groening, Billy Davis
Friday, February 5, 2016
A pioneer in the conservative political movement predicts the GOP primary will narrow to two names – neither of them named "Trump."
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CNN's hypocrisy exposed

CNN's hypocrisy exposed

Friday, February 5, 2016
Simply put, CNN had information Monday night from its own journalist about the Carson campaign and failed to state it explicitly. The devil is in the details ... and here they are.
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Another prediction of The Donald's demise

Another prediction of The Donald's demise

Chad Groening, Billy Davis
Friday, February 5, 2016
A pioneer in the conservative political movement predicts the GOP primary will narrow to two names – neither of them named "Trump."
Young Christians highly involved with porn

Study: Young Christians highly involved with porn

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Josh McDowell says a new study shows the pervasiveness of pornography in the church and among Christians.
Ten Commandments display taken down in MS

Ten Commandments display taken down in MS

Charlie Butts
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
A law firm that fights for religious liberty is offering to represent a Mississippi County that's caved to threats from an atheist group.
Reps, Dems differ greatly on Islam, Muslims

Reps, Dems differ greatly on Islam, Muslims

Michael F. Haverluck
Friday, February 5, 2016
A recent nationwide poll reveals that there is a great divide between Republicans and Democrats when it comes to their take on Islam, Muslims and the way America’s commander-in-chief should handle jihadists.
University claims black-only program for anybody

University claims black-only program for anybody

Bob Kellogg, Billy Davis
Friday, February 5, 2016
A public university is accused of segregating black students from other races.
Attorney for Daleiden: Picking on whistleblowers a bad idea

Attorney: Picking on whistleblowers a bad idea

Charlie Butts
Friday, February 5, 2016
The process is under way to obtain justice for undercover citizen journalists who investigated the sale of aborted babies' body parts at Houston Planned Parenthood.
Telemed taking off, changing medicine quickly

Telemed taking off, changing medicine quickly

Chris Woodward
Friday, February 5, 2016
"Telemedicine" is taking off and one analyst predicts it will only get bigger in the coming years.
Just a note on Super Bowl ads: Sex doesn't sell

Just a note on Super Bowl ads: Keep it clean

Bill Bumpas
Friday, February 5, 2016
As the big game approaches this Sunday, the Parents Television Council has written an open letter urging all companies who advertise during the Super Bowl to "keep it clean."
Geller: Hijab-donning Olympian 'imposing Islam'

Geller: Hijab-donning US Olympian 'imposing Islam'

Michael F. Haverluck
Friday, February 5, 2016
Human rights activist Pamela Geller voiced her condemnation of an American fencing champion’s plans to wear her Islamic headscarf while competing for the United States team at the 2016 Olympic Games this summer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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