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Patriotism in U.S. driven by faith, politics
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Patriotism in U.S. driven by faith, politics

Research conducted by the American Culture & Faith Institute (ACFI) revealed that those who identify as Christians are the most likely of any religious adherents in the United States to regard themselves as lovers of their country. “People associated wi...
Sorry, secularists; you can’t kill Christmas
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Sorry, secularists; you can’t kill Christmas

A new poll from Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life finds most Americans see a decline in the religious aspect of Christmas, and that an ever-shrinking majority think the whole Jesus-Christ-born-in-a-manger reason for the season is just bunk — fairy-t...
Barack Obama used classified intelligence leaks for political gain
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Barack Obama used classified intelligence leaks for political gain

They wanted him dead. For years, a clandestine U.S. intelligence team had tracked a man they knew was high in the leadership of al Qaeda — an operative some believed had a hand in plotting the gruesome 2009 suicide attack in Afghanistan that killed seven CI...
Obama-era conspiracy theories crazy but true
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Obama-era conspiracy theories crazy but true

These days, we are living through a real-life international spy thriller full of vast conspiracies, lawless rogue government agents, unthinkable betrayals all driven by stupendous greed and a blithe willingness to lie about absolutely anything. It could be ...
Alabama secretary of state launches investigation into voter fraud concerns in Senate special election
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Alabama secretary of state launches investigation into voter fraud concerns in Senate special election

ALABAMA (WALA) - Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill is investigating a concern over potential voter fraud in last Tuesday's special Senate election. It all stems from a brief interview FOX10 News Reporter Kati Weis conducted at the Doug Jones victory ...
Gay pride t-shirt case  goes to the Kentucky supreme court
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Gay pride t-shirt case goes to the Kentucky supreme court

In a legal case that mirrors a Colorado baker, the owner of a printing business will defend his religious rights before the Kentucky Supreme Court. The state's highest court has agreed to hear the case of Blaine Adamson, who turned down a t-shirt order for a ...
Five seats are open on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
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Five seats are open on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

Two attorneys are hopeful that the most liberal appellate court in the nation will become conservative. Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announced his retirement Monday after women alleged he subjected them to inappropriate sexual condu...
Trump: A nation without borders is not a nation
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Trump: A nation without borders is not a nation

President Trump signaled a clean break from the national security policies of the Obama administration in a strong speech yesterday from the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. The president spent the first part of the speech outlining a list of reason...
Colleges push hard for Christ-free Christmas
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Colleges push hard for Christ-free Christmas

College administrators around the country, it seems, are rushing to acquiesce to even the most minor of voices on campuses to make sure the "C" word — that's "C" for Christmas, shhh! — doesn't cause angst in some offended student's ears. Basically, they're ...
Amid firestorms, Trump has year of solid policy accomplishments. Can he keep going?
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Amid firestorms, Trump has year of solid policy accomplishments. Can he keep going?

Something is happening in the final days of 2017. People are noticing that Donald Trump has gotten a lot done in his tumultuous first year in the White House. Assume that tax reform passes and is signed into law. If in, say, 2014, a Republican, of either th...