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Barronelle Stutzman, center, a Richland, Wash., florist who was fined for denying service to a gay couple in 2013, smiles as she is surrounded by supporters after a hearing before Washington's Supreme Court, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016, in Bellevue, Wash. Stutzman was sued for refusing to provide services for a same sex-wedding and says she was exercising her First Amendment rights, but justices questioned whether ruling in her favor would mean other businesses could turn away customers based on racial or other grounds. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

4 arguments against Christian florist ruling

OneNewsNow.com Feb 22, 2017 10

One of America’s leading historians and constitutional experts has divulged four major arguments proving that the recent ruling against a Christian florist was wrong – a decision that penalized the business owner for declining

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Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?

OneNewsNow.com Feb 22, 2017 21

John McCain’s critical comments of President Trump while the Arizona senator was at a conference in Munich, Germany, have drawn raised some eyebrows. McCain never mentioned him by name, but everyone knew exactly who

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Phoenix refuses to declare sanctuary status

OneNewsNow.com Feb 22, 2017 6

An Arizona city that’s home to an estimated quarter-million illegal aliens is refusing to hide behind the designation of a “sanctuary city.” Immigration activists petitioned the City of Phoenix  to designate it a “sanctuary

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Ex-Mexican official to avenge Trump by jamming courts

OneNewsNow.com Feb 22, 2017 15

A former Mexican official declared last week that he is plotting to sabotage the United States court system by inundating it with thousands of deportation cases in retaliation to President Donald Trump’s executive orders

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Group’s anti-Israel reputation earns it a ban

OneNewsNow.com Feb 22, 2017 2

A decision to ban a pro-Palestinian group at a New York university is being applauded as a common-sense measure – not a political statement, as some opponents characterize it. Fordham University took a bold

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Fire fighters in the suburb Rinkeby outside Stockholm, February 20, 2017. Several cars was set in to fire after a riot in Rinkeby.  The turmoil started when the police was going to arrest a man in the area. They where attacked with stones and forced use weapons. Several stores was looted and a least two persons was abused during the night.
Photo: Christine Olsson / TT

Riot breaks out in Stockholm suburb the President referred to in speech about refugee problems

Feb 21, 2017 21

Riots have broken out in the Swedish suburb that Donald Trump referred to in his speech about immigration problems. Police were forced to fire warning shots after a group of rioters began setting fire

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Millennials view Evangelicals, Muslims, atheists equally, favor Buddhists

OneNewsNow.com Feb 21, 2017 8

A recent poll shows that Millennials like Evangelicals as much as they do Muslims and atheists, and that the younger generation is most partial to Buddhists. Despite the latest round of Islamic terrorism sweeping

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First lady Melania Trump speaks at the "Make America Great Again Rally" at Orlando-Melbourne International Airport in Melbourne, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Melania Trump: Our Father, who art in heaven

Feb 21, 2017 11

 She was there to introduce her husband to the masses gathered for a Saturday rally at Florida’s Orlando-Melbourne International Airport, but the moment Melania Trump’s distinctive voice began leading them in the Lord’s Prayer,

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(File) Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt arrives at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Mr. Pruitt, save Colorado from the EPA

Feb 21, 2017 4

With Scott Pruitt confirmed Friday as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, hope is on the way. The Obama administration’s EPA has taken a heavy toll on Colorado’s environment. The agency filed a costly

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U.N. Watch: Russia smacked

Feb 21, 2017 2

Building better relations with Russia does not mean turning a blind eye to the escalation of hostilities in Ukraine. In referencing the fighting between government troops and Moscow-backed rebels, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley recently

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