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A big Christian victory in California with a caution
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A big Christian victory in California with a caution

Make no mistake about it. The news from California is very big and very positive. As reported last Friday in the LA Times, "California legislator shelves bill to ban paid 'gay conversion therapy' for adults." In a somewhat unprecedented move in the history ...
Unisex changing rooms ‘magnets’ for 90% of attacks
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Unisex changing rooms ‘magnets’ for 90% of attacks

Statistics reveal that nine out of 10 sexual attacks at British public swimming pools take place in unisex changing rooms, which have now become tagged as “magnets for sexual offenders.” According to figures obtained by London, England’s Sunday Times, an over...
Nike’s $4B stock fumble
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Nike’s $4B stock fumble

Americans love villains, or at least love to hate them. Darth Vader beating up on dashing Luke Skywalker and Lord Voldemort scaring the innocent young Harry Potter are the stuff of tales that affirm the triumph of good over evil. When the script is flipped and...
Hillary stands on the outside throwing abortion bombs
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Hillary stands on the outside throwing abortion bombs

If things had gone according to her plans, Hillary Clinton would have been the one making the Supreme Court picks, putting justices on the high court who would uphold a woman's right to abortion, as she promised while campaigning in 2016. Instead, her sting...
John Brennan says Colin Kaepernick gives ‘meaning’ to the Constitution
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John Brennan says Colin Kaepernick gives ‘meaning’ to the Constitution

Former CIA chief John Brennan came out with some gushing words of praise for NFL anthem-kneeler Colin Kaepernick, saying the newly minted face of Nike actually gave "meaning" to America's Constitution with his on-field shows and protests. With his kneeling dur...
Why doesn’t Grassley clear the gallery?
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Why doesn’t Grassley clear the gallery?

The 'handmaids' were lined up in the hall again Wednesday in a Senate office building as Judge Brett Kavanaugh faced his first day of aggressive political ping-pong with lawmakers who will determine whether he takes a seat on the Supreme Court. Following th...
The Flawed Retrospectives on John McCain
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The Flawed Retrospectives on John McCain

The passing of Senator John McCain was marked by a sea of eulogies mourning the end of an era of civility and compromise. What has happened, they ask, to those noble, bipartisan days of yesteryear, and how have we descended into today's crude and primitive ...
Bitter NeverTrump RINOS Still Fighting
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Bitter NeverTrump RINOS Still Fighting

Nearly two years into the Trump presidency, there is still a die-hard anti-Trump faction among conservatives and the Republican Party establishment. Many have suffered for bucking their party's populist champion. Wisconsin talk radio's Charlie Sykes also lo...
Impeachment narrative is noisy, but so far it’s bluff and bluster
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Impeachment narrative is noisy, but so far it’s bluff and bluster

Impeachment is the Democratic daydream, but most senior Democrats, who have been in Washington long enough to know how things actually work, are holding their tongues. If they cry impeachment now, with nothing more legally substantial than a wish and the dream...
Democrats, Still the Party of Voter Suppression
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Democrats, Still the Party of Voter Suppression

Democrats and the rest of the left have a somewhat bifurcated approach to the vote. During their Jim Crow regime in the South, Democrats specialized in retail vote suppression. When a potential black voter attempted to register that brave individual was met wi...