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  • Feb20, 2015

    Unless you're a police officer in California, hitting the target range with your favorite revolver might not be an option soon — let alone, protecting your family from a home intruder. A decision in a federal lawsuit could prove any day now to be the latest victory for gun-control activists at the expense of millions of Californians who want a "piece" of mind.

  • Feb19, 2015

    Apparently apprehensive about packing his bags to exit the White House in less than two years, President Barack Obama is at it again trying to lock his successor into carrying out his policies.

  • Feb13, 2015

    Barack Obama's comments at last week's National Prayer Breakfast - in which he called out real and perceived sins from Christianity's past - were an act of pride, not humility, says an observer.

  • Feb13, 2015

    Not that they thought so in the first place, but conservatives and Christians will be relieved to know that famed neurosurgeon Ben Carson is no longer considered an "extremist hater" by a left-wing advocacy group.

  • Feb12, 2015

    Smart TV viewers might be a little more guarded next time they strike up conversations in front of their flat screens.

  • Feb09, 2015

    For the fourth time in the last five centuries, four blood moons are appearing before the Earth's inhabitants. Whether these celestial rarities are a mere natural phenomenon or a historical and biblically prophetic occurrence is explored in renowned global evangelist John Hagee's big screen docu-drama Four Blood Moons, which divulges how the infrequent lunar signs of 1493, 1948-1949 and 1967-1968 coincided with monumental events for the Jewish people.

  • Feb03, 2015

    Shooting down a Super Bowl weekend record by pulling in $31.9 million at the box office in its third week in U.S. theaters, Clint Eastwood's American Sniper is breaking more than tallies at the box office — it's breaking the back of an anti-war, anti-America campaign that has maliciously attacked the movie and anti-terrorist maneuvers by the United States.

  • Jan30, 2015

    One thing was noticeably not present for the first time in Greece's history when ultra-Leftist Alexis Tsipras was sworn in on Monday as that nation's first atheist prime minister — a Bible.

  • Jan22, 2015

    When Americans flock to services across the nation on Sundays and for mid-week Bible studies, the fellowship wouldn't be complete without the element of worship. Because the worshipping of God is so vital to Christians' faith, eliminating the distractions that can inhibit one's praise has been found to be of great importance.

  • Jan23, 2015

    Ironically, President Barack Obama's State of the Union message declaring that "the shadow of crisis has passed" couldn't be further from the truth, says one New York Times bestselling author. He also contends that America's 143-year reign as the world's strongest economic force officially came to a close ... months ago.

  • Jan22, 2015

    The first Navy SEAL elected to the U.S. House of Representatives has some choice words for liberals in Hollywood who are taking pot-shots at the blockbuster movie depicting the experience of the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.

  • Jan19, 2015

    Calling it their "Night to Shine," special-needs teens from coast to coast who are 16 and older can thank former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow for sponsoring almost four dozen proms just for them.

  • Jan15, 2015

    A perfectly normal boy at age 12 in the late 1980s, Martin Pistorius found himself drifting into a vegetative state – one he would disappear into for a dozen years, then through love and faith emerge from to celebrate a life reclaimed.

  • Jan14, 2015

    With rows of multi-million-dollar radio antennas pointing to the heavens across the globe for decades in search of extraterrestrial life forms and life-sustaining planets, science fiction enthusiasts and atheistic scientists alike have become disenchanted over the years with the preponderance of evidence pointing away from life beyond Earth. As some exasperated scientists would put it, the chances of finding extraterrestrial life forms in the universe are "bubkis" – a zero followed by nothing.

  • Dec13, 2014

    Under the second term of an administration that champions everything from abortion to homosexuality to illegal immigration to big government, many Americans who lean to the Right side of the White House’s Leftist agenda can see the prophet Isaiah’s warning as something directed squarely at their culture.

  • Dec10, 2014

    For the third straight year, homosexual activists have taken to the streets of St. John's and marched at Newfoundland's Christmas parade, which has resulted in the annual event's float entry count dwindling by 50 percent this year.