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  • December 02, 2016
    Chris Woodward

    HUD gets it right on smoking, FDA doesn't

    smoking cigarette closeupThe Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is being praised for a new policy on smoking, but not for reasons one might think.

  • December 02, 2016
    Chad Groening

    Alarmed, but not surprised, in Columbus

    Ohio State crime sceneA pro-family activist based in Ohio is concerned about the growing Islamic population in Columbus in the wake of the Nov. 28 terrorist attack. 

  • November 30, 2016
    Chad Groening

    The 'Trump effect' on law enforcement

    police cars lined upA grassroots organization formed to counter the anti-police violence spurred by groups like Black Lives Matter predicts America will witness a profound transformation in the attitude of police officers when Donald Trump becomes president.

  • November 29, 2016
    Charlie Butts

    Anti-porn campaign finds more allies

    Starbucks McDonald's WiFi 620x300A successful campaign to convince businesses to block pornography from their Wi-Fi service has added another victory. 

  • November 28, 2016
    Bill Bumpas

    Investing technology in a history lesson

    Museum of the Bible (artist drawing)The Museum of the Bible, currently one year away from opening to the public, is investing $42 million in innovative technology. 

  • November 26, 2016
    Michael F. Haverluck

    53% of Americans: Trump will do good job as president

    Trump Pence thumbs upA majority of Americans polled in the United States (53 percent) recently indicated that they believe President-elect Donald Trump will do a very good or fairly good job as commander-in-chief.

  • November 25, 2016
    Michael F. Haverluck

    HUD pays low-income families to live upscale

    cash 100-dollar billIn what it calls an attempt to help “very low-income families” live in better neighborhoods, the Obama administration moved forward with a sweeping order that forces the government to increase its funding for their housing – enabling them to move to areas that offer more opportunity and less poverty.

  • November 25, 2016
    Charlie Butts

    WI lawmaker can't be bullied to stop Bible study

    Bible 2A Wisconsin state representative is showing no signs of backing down after he received a threatening letter from an atheist organization to stop his weekly Bible study.

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