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Southeastern cities are most Bible-minded

Southeastern cities are most Bible-minded

Nine of 'Top 10' most Bible-minded cities in Southeast
Context or not, NBC's decision on 'N-word' challenged

Context or not, NBC's decision on 'N-word' challenged

Context or not, NBC's decision on 'N-word' challenged
Congressman: Let U.S. citizens decide House seats

Congressman: Let U.S. citizens decide House seats

Congressman: Let U.S. citizens decide House seats
LGBT agenda on 'autopilot' in America's military

LGBT agenda on 'autopilot' in America's military

LGBT agenda on 'autopilot' in America's military
Arkansas’ new 10 Commandments monument at Capitol destroyed

Arkansas’ new 10 Commandments monument at Capitol destroyed

Arkansas’ new 10 Commandments monument at Capitol destroyed
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Palestinian wife beatings blamed on Israel at U.N.

Palestinian wife beatings blamed on Israel at U.N.

Michael F. Haverluck
Thursday, June 29, 2017
During a meeting at the United Nations this month, Arabs blamed Israel for Palestinian men beating their wives.
Exporting U.S. energy about more than jobs

Exporting U.S. energy about more than jobs

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
President Donald Trump is expected to talk energy today, June 28, with state governors and tribal leaders.
Courts find a man fit to potty with the ladies

Courts find a man fit to potty with the ladies

Charlie Butts
Thursday, June 29, 2017
A Michigan woman is appealing to the state's highest court, asking for the courts to protect women's privacy.
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But reality isn't fair

But reality isn't fair

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Reality is unpleasant. Perhaps that's why so few politicians seem willing to face up to it.
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Exporting U.S. energy about more than jobs

Exporting U.S. energy about more than jobs

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
President Donald Trump is expected to talk energy today, June 28, with state governors and tribal leaders.
Context or not, NBC's decision on 'N-word' challenged

Context or not, NBC's decision on 'N-word' challenged

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
The president of the Parents Television Council admits being surprised that NBC allowed the "N-word" to be aired six times in 30 minutes during a recent prime-time sitcom.
Former 'Blue Dog' is a bulldog on lawbreakers

Former 'Blue Dog' is a bulldog on lawbreakers

Chad Groening
Thursday, June 29, 2017
A former Democratic congressman from Texas agrees that no one – even a member of his own political party – is above the law.
Courts find a man fit to potty with the ladies

Courts find a man fit to potty with the ladies

Charlie Butts
Thursday, June 29, 2017
A Michigan woman is appealing to the state's highest court, asking for the courts to protect women's privacy.
Families grieving from illegals' crimes fight back

Families grieving from illegals' crimes fight back

Michael F. Haverluck
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Grieving families who are suffering as a result of illegal immigrant crime are banding together to launch a group that fights such activity head-on – sending out the message that “these deaths are preventable.”
Palestinian wife beatings blamed on Israel at U.N.

Palestinian wife beatings blamed on Israel at U.N.

Michael F. Haverluck
Thursday, June 29, 2017
During a meeting at the United Nations this month, Arabs blamed Israel for Palestinian men beating their wives.
Homeless, and now hungry, in Nigeria

Homeless, and now hungry, in Nigeria

Bill Bumpas
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
A spokeswoman for ministry Open Doors USA says Christians in Nigeria are facing a "horrific situation" at the hands of Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram and other Muslims.
Pro-life nun not among rowdy protesters

Pro-life nun not among rowdy protesters

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Some insights into New York's attorney general explain why he's trying to shut down pro-life counselors at a particular abortion clinic.
Minimum wage costing jobs in Seattle

Study says minimum wage costing jobs in Seattle

Chris Woodward
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
An expert on economic policies says a study on Seattle's minimum wage should serve as a reminder of an important trade-off.

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