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Questions Still Remain About Two Terrorists in California Attack

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More details are beginning to emerge about the two killers in the California terrorist attack, yet there are many questions that have yet to be answered. On December 2nd, Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, a married couple, opened fire at … Continue reading

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The Starbucks Controversy

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If you have read a newspaper or been on social media at all the last few days, then no doubt you have heard about the supposed Starbucks controversy. The mainstream media is reporting that people, particularly Christians, are outraged about … Continue reading

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Ben Carson Feels Holocaust Could Have Been Prevented

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The Holocaust was one of the most awful and gruesome parts of this world’s history. Over six million Jews were murdered, and Carson is saying this could have been prevented if only one thing had changed. He feels if Jews … Continue reading

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Woman Wins Battle to Have Tubes Tied at Catholic Hospital

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Starting a family is something many people would like to do after they get married. Some people know exactly how many children they want from the beginning. Some aren’t so sure and decide to just wait and see what happens. … Continue reading

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ISIS: It’s Just as Bad as You Think

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The vast majority of people in the United States are horrified by the things going on in the Middle East right now due to ISIS. You have almost certainly heard of some of the atrocities that have been committed by … Continue reading

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Still More to Be Written – Project Semicolon

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A sentence that has more to say might use a semicolon in the middle; the words continue on the other side of the grammatical symbol for “there is more to say about this.” Many people today are tattooing themselves with … Continue reading

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What Would Woody Guthrie Do?

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Big decisions face Americans in the coming year. From the choice of who will be the next president, to budget debates over whether to slash spending that helps families in need while pouring more fuel into the military machine, the … Continue reading

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Politicians and Atheists Make Good Use of Scripture

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In one of two new books he will be releasing this year, Sen. Paul Rand, R-KY discusses politicians and prayer. Due out Sept. 8, Rand’s book proclaims its purpose in its title, Our Presidents & Their Prayers: Proclamations of Faith … Continue reading

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