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Middle East carnage gives State Dept. amnesia
[Persecution] In the latest example of the need to drain the D.C. swamp, the U.S. State Department is refusing to use the word "genocide" to describe the Islamic State's barbaric march across the Middle East.
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Yes, gay activists want to punish Christian conservatives
[Michael Brown] I've said for years, and been scorned for doing so, that those who came out of the closet want to put us in the closet – referring, of course, to LGBT activists. In light of the recent threat from the foremost LGBT political donor in America, it's hard to scorn my words now.
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Yes, gay activists want to punish Christian conservatives
[Poll] I've said for years, and been scorned for doing so, that those who came out of the closet want to put us in the closet – referring, of course, to LGBT activists. In light of the recent threat from the foremost LGBT political donor in America, it's hard to scorn my words now.
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Marine warned: Lose your guns or lose your kid
[Legal-Courts] A retired Marine was warned by a Michigan judge that if he did not get rid of his guns that he keeps for protection, he and his wife would not be allowed to be the foster parents of their grandson.
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Bathroom battles part of war over 'normal'
[Culture] A prominent Christian leader suggests the ongoing issue of transgendered and public restrooms is more than where people should potty.
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News from Associated Press

WASHINGTON (July 20, 2017) — Battling brain cancer, Sen. John McCain on Thursday promised to return to work, making a good-natured dig at his Republican and Democratic colleagues who were jolted by news of the six-term lawmaker's diagnosis.

WASHINGTON (July 20, 2017) — The Senate on Thursday confirmed a federal judge who once equated abortion with slavery, calling them the "two greatest tragedies in our country." 

WASHINGTON (July 20, 2017) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday he has no immediate plans to resign after President Donald Trump excoriated the nation's top prosecutor for recusing himself from the probe of suspected Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. political campaign.

LOVELOCK, Nev. (July 20, 2017) — O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after more than eight years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel heist, successfully making his case in a nationally televised hearing that reflected America's enduring fascination with the former football star.


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